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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 30 March 1893

Vol.K. Xo. :J7. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1893. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, ferine(Cottntu Artjite nhmmWEEKLY BY johnm. V room AN. Editor and Proprietor. enteredat Le*iitown POissecond classrr.^tttr^TERMS OF ^l INSCRIPTION : llfpaid in advance.) meyear ^-^ 18.00 -i iiimiiiIh-^^^^ 1-50 lttm ^Mm--^^ MB UIBTHIRTY DAYS:^i ^ ;i ir^wm$3.SO Umm kaa.00 tire. months LM advertisingKATES: OmtoHtfM in (Wirt ionmmma^ Mi Oweiiu h, owe mouth^^ 3.00 One.mil, ^^.! months^^ 15.00 pMiwt-U on, vearp ~ 124.00 ratal^ivew on large spate and standing^ad iTiis* men I*. IAt .t|- l-'i cent m |^vr line, Haria] iv-ru^^nit-ni!* payable strictly iu ad-^va u e. '^ 1 i 1 ^ t \ 1 KOM'llK. JtMMMDlrn-forv*^BvvnfflMff.John E. Kit-kanl* LlentensnlU*ftrMT.Alex. C. Rotkin M.iiilxTiil Con*-re**...W. \V. Dixon .i trial v vl MateL^fcl Kotwitt Tnl-nr.'i^^... y. W. Wlight Anlitora. h. Cook AtiorneyG...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 30 March 1893

LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY, Mch.30.'92 OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY. Pl'BLISHKnWKEKI.Y by JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor^ Proprietor. Abill has been introduced in the^Minnesota legislature which prohibit!)^Chinamen ^from wearing their shirts^outr-ide of their pants. Anearthquake shock lasting thirty^seconds was felt in Helena last Friday.^Here is a chance for Butte apd Ureal^Falls to become envious. SilasYV. Lamoreaux, of Wisconsii ,^has been selected for general land com-^mi^i^^ner, by 1'resident Cleveland. Tht^west devoutly hopes he will not prove^a second Sparks. Prof.Yirchow, the eminent German^scientist, in a recent lecture, decl ired^that ^the missing link is far from being^found.'' We fe;tr the professor has^been hasty in reaching this conclusion.^He should lirst examine some of the^members of the recent Montana legis^^lature. Guoakkmbtafault has been found^with Governor Kickards for signing the^anti-scalper's bill. If Mrs. Partington^were alive now she would say the^governor did just righ...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 30 March 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY MMfflWICHl'RCH. iMMffflRegular gerrlces are held ^^^^Imorning HI ll:DOo'clock. Bab mth I everyschool even- uidar al 8:U^I p. in. iliriMKi^ fciidcavor rwiety meets every Thurs^^day tveniiiK Ht 7:3U. GEO.1 i a \ i.i'-. Pastor. HKTHOMSTCHIKCH. Ii iii-TuiTN^Service every Sunday morning at 11o'clock, und evening at 7:JU. Sunday Scnoolbe-^fore mmwmhttt ^nkr Prayer meeting every^Wt iiuMia) evening.V. r. HAWK. Pastor. I'llli.lu:^^^k.^ Momiily Hii|Hjintiuei.t^^Kt Sun^^day. I Let. at 11 a. in. Biiil 7 p. m.; Heaver Creek.^Sra Miinia), H a. in. and 7 p. ui.; Phi it .ok. -nd^Buadaj, 11 a. m. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek. 4tU^Sunda^. 11 a. ni. I'a*t..i re.-iilen. ^-. Phillirook. K.M. Ckavk.n. Pastor. LOCALHAPPLNiinOS. Schoolelt ction S.it unlay. Cull imiMAp will be louml elae- .1. T.( Thai rpiiK i!-ton Imm tuken a poHition with^I'o^er .v. llro. ic.11-1^it-rn 1 ile Mickneaa iiiiiung chil.lretiin I.c^ i^ti)wn. K'si'wlii-n-wiii be found the annual etate-^ment of county affair*. Aglio--l...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 30 March 1893

MostHave He*id From Montana. Littleclumpn of wtiieker, Kittleseeds ot hay.^Often make the statesman OIthe preBent day. Wanbingtoti Star. Litt le rhunks of boodle, Littlerolls ul notes.^Often reach that statesman JiiHtbefore he vote*. MinneapolisTribune. ABarren Trail. BarajarHark! Femininevoice within^ And now,^deHr Geonje, I have a confession to^make. 1 bought enough silk today to^make a pair ol sleeve*. HurybirC'onie, Bill; we're wasting^time here.^Inter-Ocean. TheAmerican Wool Clip. Tlieestimate of the American wool^dip tor 18SS, I^mm by the National^Ansotiation of Woolen Manufactur^ers. is 889,018,411 pounds. The clip^for 1891 was but 307,401,507. Thus^thuni was an increase of more than tS^par esat. This is what has been done^under a protective policy, and in the^meant line, with a larger domestic^product and higher duties upon im^^ported wools, American consumers^have had lower prices. The reduction^of duties-in the tariff of 1883 was so^destructive that the wool clip declintd^...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 6 April 1893

rem Mr*. Vol.X. No. 38. LEWISTOWX,FERGUS COUNTY, IfONT., THURSDAY, APRIL ^J3 1893. Price10 Cts. republicanInpolitics, and devoted to the mineral, agricultural, stock and v/col interests of the great judith country. fcvDita(c^xuttu ,AviJxto BANK JOHNM 1UMU weekly by VROOMAN,Editor and Proprietor tnteredat Le/^i^town POassecond classirattar TERMSOK SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in advance.)^mi- year ---*3 t* -iki,ninth*m^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm l.w T.1..- l.ulitlia~ '-00 .in-ytar AFTEKTHIRTY UAYs :^^ ..3.50 mittu 2-^* Trec month* -- W ADVERTISINGKATES: Oneilie i. on*- insertion.. IHit' iiuh, urn- month... Oneinch, ii* months oi.rinch ().,.. war- ... .^ IM 3.U0 . 15.00 , 24.00 .- -., nMi ^iveil uu large ^|^^ce and ^taudin^^ad -n winetit*.^Ia^ .i\ mMmi 15 ceuU per line. .. ! rt^t-iiK nt.i payable strictly in ad- va' e. OKKM IAL ROSTtK !^!^^1 i.-M. J.din K. Ri^ kar-! Al.x ' . lint kin W. \V. DIMS 11^it Kotwiit y. \v. wiicbt A. B ^ook Henri .1. H^fc^r ....W. Y. I'fiuU r on ,^ t. N. Bamtd nrt\ w. H ...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 6 April 1893

MCtTISTOWN,THURSDAY, April*;, *M tilCIALPA^^K OF FEEOU8 COUNTY. I'lHLIollKll WEEKLY ill IOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Come,coinc, (trover ! Tliii roMier^tarill'is ju^t ripping the country up the^lirttk. Uut, we forgot. Tlie campaign^U over ami tlie 1 Viiioirai'v i^ in; who^cures fur the tariff Ex-Seeni iry Bayard of MsWMf will^BUOCScd MioialCf Lincoln nl the court^of S:. .1 imcK. This settles the rumor^that |Im -oiis of Lincoln anj Orant^were not to ba aiolwtad. AOulwrad RUM nniriee QWMgC Hartl-^MM MM mid on the auction block at Mexico,Mo., a few imya since. Think^of RtlMbiMJ Hawaii to this countiy^when lln-le i- -mil great need of mis-^^sonaro work in .MisMjuri. Fr.-rIrada lle:n icttUi are |^rc|^ur'ng^to ceh-l.rate the hirtiel ly of Tliomus^.'lil'er-on, \\i.i:!i fill- on April IMk^W.i it a ^ii uue to l*MM t ike ailv.iu-^ti^ ^ of * dead man. b there no pro^^tection for tiu- great etwlectiopiet! Anelectrical expert says tleit il^Wolll 1 be dangerous for a MMM w . ;ir-^ing erino...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 6 April 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. IKR-HYTEKtANmike 1,kwi ^ [ ^u n ^ Uegular nervier* ^rr ht-M ever*^iMin MntMII il:^K.io*cl^K.k. P*aij'^a.!i iM.iio*^:^evcrj :* iniiav at ^:UU |^. iu. liriMiaii fcuilt-uvMr :-^^^ it ty in veto *v^r^ Thui^-^^lav ^Mittlig at 7::i^^. ;eo.ti^WAKi^s, 1'aMor. METHODISTMM LWi-h^w.n^ Strvicf t.crv Hwlv muriiiiifc at^11 o'clock, ami evening ut 7 :.:^^. MimUy Mm u^^fore MioruiitK x-rvite* I*r^yt^r tutttiug every^\\f.:iit^.lu\ mn Btag.I . r. HAwk. I a^lnr. l'iiii.ni:m.K. ^ Monthly i.|*pointiuei*1^ 1-t ftun-^^lay. I Iwl. ui 11 a. in. and 7 |^. in.; Heaver Creek.^:;i ^1 ^iiii^ia^, 11 a. iu. mixI 7 |^. iu.: I'lii r *^k. Sm^.-i.ntlav, 11 h. in. and 7 p. ui.; W||N * r.. * It Ij^htimla} . 11m. in. iHint*! rcMtii m t'. l*hiil^r^^ok. 1:.M. ^ RiVK.v, l'astor- Nn for April alio WW.^Timothy ^^ v*\ :it 1 lulu n-;n i. ^V MoM**.^K l St.uv in HCTioiirtiy iilrtitli |^nt'inu^Miia.^B, S. Pliilti;^n wan in from I'tic.t Tueo- \.\u\ UriH. iin* laying tlM i^t^^ne wall for^their m wuivhoiiw. TheBcfcoo...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 6 April 1893

Safe. Hecmwlr.1 it round upon the duor iin both In- li.iTnl- and kMMi^A^.I H.iftly to Iimii-.-ii he HWore, Tui.tiithshe said, ^Don't,George, plraHf!^^He puiled the liureau nut of place. Andrould not t it hack:^lie hogged tin- carpet with bis face 'Tillit vm hhic and lilack.^II*' yanked a drawyer and nlippecf a cog. AndMS relied lieneath the l^ed.^fiHiited lik a tired dog. Andthen his dear wife Maid.^Ah from the haby'tt mouth tdie took Tliething he prized ho dear:^^oh. my! how stfMMJsl Why. tieorge jllHtlook! Thatcollar button's liere. CIBAKKUM OF FAYETTVILLE TLeMan Who Once Thrashed Giover Cleve^^land. Fayvttvilla(N. V.) W-tter in Ouce a Week:Then v.f moved on over hill to^ot her duties, .-cikuiu IBM habitation^of the cst'nnalde Q Uarkume, who.^tOOtbleM iind sfriikeii to the l^st de^^cree, hade M weli-onie to his rttliin. ^Ion e had a t\j.Ut with drover,^^Mid file aSjai Ci, hiiai^htenin^ up and^li. eonniii; very earnest. - It wasniany^year- ayo. We both went to Mr.^King's school, (i...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 13 April 1893

ountil Vol.X. No. 39. LEWISTOWX,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1893. Price10 Cts PUBLICAFIFPOLlflCS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND'WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. X-cvcixto(C,nutty cAv^u* BANK JOHNM mUMMWEIKi.Y BY VR00MAN,Editor and Proprietor. mtered^t Le^istown P O assecond class rr.att.r^~TKl{^IS OF SUBSCRIPTION : (Ifpaid m ^d-aiice.) iih year ^*^^* T'^^** inonlh*....^^^--^^ AimTHIRTY DAY.-: m*y^^r..........^^^ -ix -M-tha^.^...^^....^. T .^**- months^^ ADVERTISINGRATES: 13.U0 .l.OU _tM ...li.nh^... LM SIM tM 15.00 Oneinc i one insertion OHinch. MM month-^ Outinc h, -i ^ months Oneinch i^^. vear ^ mm*gtRRfJ on large space and ^tandiha^ad ^ .: i -cinema. la ' .i..tin. 1. tints per line. S.^^ :i .etvert aWMMMi payable strictly 111 ad- OlI It I U. ROUTER. Ntnlt-MfMNfff. J..'in K. ^IllR.ll t;..\|.rtMr^- l.ieuleiia:itiJovernor- Metnlierol( ontre-s se.r.-lary of stale Treasurer Auditorj Alton.,y io neral thief I^Ilia supreme Court Assm-ialeIm...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 13 April 1893

ermt0(Comttit Av^ue. LIVI STOWH.TB I K-1'A V.April IS, '*.^:t. V21CIAL1'APEK OF FEROTJS COUNTY HI.I'll!Il wkkk1.y b\ !OilNm. VKOOMAN. Ed.tor^ Proprietor. Tlicrc.arc a Rood many men who^Ihink Ibejf knowall ^boot lb* aawpa^pet buaincM- A Hltla cxpmtitnw will curethem. Thwu ihe birthday ^^f Thomas Jef-^fera m. Ii will b^ dc.-icrated in rati^^on* port^ at tawcountry by the modern^Democj at y. AWaatlillgUMI ^peCMl Mutes that^K^liti^r Lytuaj*;at the Iii()e|^^ mienl. has^heen al^|Miiiiteil PultoclQf of internal^r retiu^ and David G. Diowb, of Ben^^ton, eoHouto* ^^f eMOtoMS. Sil.iil.ir ftiiiilcrs was gi' en u reeep- lionon iii- return to 1 lelcna, a few dnjra^siri'e. Th^WarHotaa will return to^hi- law urnntiac, hut will he loud re.-ttly^to h.ittl^- for his party when occasion^demand*. April ^ i.^iid i- iiamad Omm Donovan^was killi-il at .Maple BajT, New York^slate, a few days since, hy a hlow from^his adversary. This is a small matter,^but it may have lue i lleet of checking^such bralad spo...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 13 April 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PKEsUYTEKlAn chi rch. l.twirows ^Kefulmr services are held every^Kun.laj morning at ll:mJo'crock. Sab'jalu school^^-M-r^ rviudav at :l:OU p. ni. 'tirislian tndeavor Society meets every 1 nurs- davevening at 7:'m. _ tieo.EuwaK[i\ Pastor. METHODISTCHfkCH. Irv. !*tm\vn^ Service everv Sunday -norning at^11 o'clock, and evening at ~:m. Sundr / School to- f.,n'niii|i service- Prayer meeting every V.Inula, etemntj. C. I . HAWK, lastor. fmJMMbMonllily H}^iH^intmet.tH^Nt Suo-^^Ih^ I 11*1. :.l il a ni. and 7 |^. lu.; Heaver Creek.^:.ni .-ui.dat, 11 a. m. and 7 p. ui.: Phi '-r. uk. '-!lid^.- i .Uy. l'l a. m. and 7 p.m.; willow crevk, 4lu^t-uii'lay, 11 a. in. 1aatvr'a residence. Philbrook. km. ^ kavkn. Pastor. HAPPENINGS. Timotliv.^. c^l at BskfWMk * Sloan'*.^Iliivcwhen paaalas] over the bridge. Therei^ :i wan-ilv i.t butter on the^market. TaaattoJ ^.! BMrt mmk i* Arbor day. I'l.il.t11 !!^^^ K.I'iuiu, ^'t Ft. Magiiini*, in the d*J^lirat ul the week. lr. T. K. Dklljr returnee! f...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 13 April 1893

FiveLittle Toes Thislittle toe in sleepy. Thislittle SOS needs rocking.^TUa little too i^ tireil, I know, lintthis little toe k.- \m tiilkinf;.^Thiri toe hit; ami tall is the mischief of all. Forhe wore ^ big hole in Mi stockim:. Now,who in ready to ^o with me,^Olf uml SWnj to !^n-amti^wn Oa,HUrh a joune-y as that will be.^All dfMMd in a snow-white gown! Noshoes norMfoekiiigs- they think it sliock-^ing TewMrndIhlaaalaIsms^Iiipi street,^I'or it's pawl with posies anil leaves ot rose*. AndnotMas; ean hurt vour feet. KIU WbMht Wilcox. Increaseof Imports. mostnotttlile fact connected^with tin- foreign tracts of this country^is that imports ol m.infactured coni-^RtoditMC luive increased largely ^lur-^bjg tin- pant twi-ive month* anil are^Htill iru teasing. Almost without ex^^cept ion this increase belongs to arti^^cle- upon which the duties were ad^^vanced to a lifcuter or less ejctent by^the Mi Kitiley tariff. No more con^^clusive answer could be made to the^compl.iitd Hjjainst that act...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 20 April 1893

laze/ Vol.X. .No. 40. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, ICONT., THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1893. Price10 Cts REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WCGL INTERESTS OF TH ^ 3 R ^ A T JUDITH COUNTRY, fcvtjtto(C^ttntji Avgito hmmmWBEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN, Editor aad Proprietor tnterd at !.^ ^nto*n P O assecond class rr.att.r^TERMS OK SlBSCKIl'TION : (IIpaid i^ advance.*^^. e year~ HX aaaeataa^-*^ T. r^-e eiont lia...^.-^^-^^ l^w AFT hit THIRTY DAYS: M ;psr-V^^batea *U.ruths *^^ T re, l ionth^ -- M ADVERTISINGHATES: Onein. ^ j v. uriion^% On*inch, one Month...^~^**^ ^.00 Out-inch. |AJ months- wkMA Oneinch ^^^.. MM- ^24.W S; r;ti^- *;iven on large nj.ace am! ^^landing ad.- ; ;^*-uirntv l.o Mllm Uneiiti* i^er line, I^ ^^ il | Ivcrii-c av!::* payable strictly in ad- OFIKIAL ROMKR. Mtal*-On ^ ^ mrv. (-..v.i i.or.. .John K. Kirkanlr- l.ifuNnit-it Qtltflior-.. Alex. Hit kin MaaafjaralQmsmmm. W. I^ixon *eretarvol M:.u-I^oiiin R^twitt TretourerK. W. Wiiglit A.iin.^r--A. B. Om...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 20 April 1893

ferineCCmmtu 3^ruM*. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY. April 20. 't^3. FFICIALPAPEK OF FEKOUS COTTHTY. ribushed WEEKLY by I0HNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. TiikuVailly cyclone has opened for^the HUM i^ Kansas, Iowa and Mich-^^K^'i- Tiikfamous Sioux chief ^No Water^^is dead. We infer from his name that^he had an antipathy for water, both ex^^ternally and internally, which may^pomiUljr account for his early demise. Willi.Ion his recent gunning expe^^dition cx-l'i oident Harrison was asked^by ^ IDMU if he wen- l'resident Har^^rison. ^No, madam,^ was the reply,^^I am Benjamin Harrison of Indiana. TheUnited States senate adjourned^on the 15th inst. without taking action^in the matter of seating Mantle, BecU-^with and Allen. Possibly the legisla^^tures of Montana,Wyoming and Wash^^ington will he called upon to meet in^extra session to make another effort^toward electing senators. The people^of Montana would prefer ^to let this^cup pass. GkwoiJaooa ionmmm, the impostorwmj lays claim to divinity,^is go...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 20 April 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PRE.^VTEKIAN cmm !rnwN ^ Regular services are held every^Kiimla) morning it ll:l^^o'clock. t'ab alh schuo!^Wan ^jndav at :::^^' p. in. Kri-lian Endeavor M^^ itrty nieota every Thiir^-^da\ (-veiling at 7:30. _ GRo.EdwakI*. PaMor. MKTHOrl.^t i hi'kch. Ir^l^Tov^^Sri-vice every Sunday mornii at^11 t'tiufc. Mai avawMaj at 7-.j'. r-unday K-htxil tie-^fore niorniiii: servive- l'r^y^ r meeting every^Wanajaj eniiing.I ^ r. UAwk. I'aotur. I'llilbkinix^Monthly appointment*^l^t ^uu-^da*. 1 let. at II av w. and ' p. lu.; Heaver (^reek,^^i.l Mitittat. ii a. ni. and 7 p. in.; l'ht r afc. 2nd^Hirday, 11 a. in. and 7 p. in.; Willow er.-ek, lib^Sunday, 11 a. in. i'ator'tt rcsidt ihi , l'lijll^r..ok. KM. i kavcn. factor. LOCALHAPP^NiNiiS. Tillllitll.v-.i'll lit WMWMa ft SlllilllV. Notice**i tiiri*'i*l *^1 new | ^ 1; 11 * ^t tin- IjiniI^ofliro will l^ ^ f^^uii^I eUewI.ere. l'arl'niil t- rittjj town Iota ^li;m!cl full mi^Joi*e|^!t i'nitt f ir line hafrt t imie. K:tie*!Haw of fr-'Hh cntn...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 20 April 1893

CARAVELSNOT GOOD TO SAIL. SeamenWho Brought Them Over How Mar^^vel at Columbus Oneof the l'nite^l States sailor* who^was detailed to cross the ocean in one^of the caravels sent to the World's^Fair by Spain said today that his^only wonder is that Columbus ever^succeeded in netting over here at all.^The vessels were near as possible to^conform to pictures and descriptions^of them published from time to time,^but there were no plans of well authen^^ticated models to aid in the calcu^^lations, st^ the resulting vessels may^or may not be on the same lines on^w i 111 -11 the originals were built. Bvtanthe Santa Maria, which is lar^^ger than t he ol her t u o, only succeeded^in making a lit t le more than twenty-^five miles a day against only a moder^^ately lie^h he.id wind and not a par^tlclllarly lumpy sea, although she^made a much more favorable showing^wit ii a fresher wind. Theaeeominodations aboard the^Pint a and Nina, were only sutHcient^to call for tk detail of Uvo olliceis and^Big...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 27 April 1893

Vol.X. No. ! 1. LEWISTOW2S,FERGUS COUNTY, MOKT., THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1893. Price10 Ota REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AM) WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. f90um (!T nutty ^v^nm i'cbi.l-HKI^ WKKKI.Y BY JOHNM VBOOMAN, Editor lai Proprietor. interedat Lewistown PO as second class rr attar TKUMsOF 8UBSCBIPTIOK: (Ifpaid in mlvance.) .,7Mr ~^^ a** -!\months* -.^^ ^mm Ml t -^^^ M|R%mm--^^ Ml AFTKKT1IIKTY DAYS: it i tat~^IUI -ixf.unttu Ml Tto*' month*-^ t*M ADVERTISINGRATH: Oneitic ^^it* insertion....... S 1.00 (Mil-inch, one :uonth.^ 3.00 Oneinch, -n month*- 15.00 qbminch ^^... Vf*r.- ^ MM S. MM striven on large njiace and standing^ad lix'iiienla. I.oil ji^ i: iraaj 1*^ cents per line. SfMKil advertiwiuents pay able strictlj in ad*^rm h e. OKKM t \ i ( ti tit;. Slat**Oimtorr. (*overn^r^John K. Rlrkarda Lieutenant^iover^orHAlex. C, Jt*^tktn MViuU-rut CMfftMW. W. Mxajaj **ii n tary ^^J *-luif(joui* Hotuiti Tmbmnm^MM.F. W, WiiKiii AuditorA. H...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 27 April 1893

Crinoline,My Crinoline. Theyany you're comiDg back again. Crinoline,my crinoline!^To drive tlie ineu-folke half insane. Mycrinoline!^Wlientwo yount! maids will chance to meet.^With smilex aii'l kiHses stop to greet,^The men will take another street. Mycrinoline! There'sone thing makes men bear this ill. Crinoline,my crinoline!^And causes them their wrath to still, Mycrinoline'^Ami they'll look on with heart resigned^At the ugliest fashion c er designed,^And Mesa each routing rampant wind. Mycrinoline'. ^Truth. AFacetious Bird. Aroliin w;it on a 1m'tiding spray \r,1 warlded * carol tender.^Awl bin mateoliserved. as he pied his lay. M ) husband is on a bender. TheD.fference. Thisdifferent-, still lingers AiHoti.'the women in all landc: Tin-Hi h oie s ring their fingers Andthe poor ones wring their hand*! Mother'sDoughnuts. Lottie,^said tbe young husband,^as be sulkily inunehsd bia provender,^^eoaMn't you make some doufihnnts^like mothet used to make^'' Iran try,'' said the ) OMR wife,...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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