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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 8 June 1893

Vol.X. No. 47. Cmmt LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUKTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1893. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED to THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, stock AND wool interests of THeVrEAT JUDITH COUNTRY. Price10 Cts. JT-cvint*(Cv-muttf .At-flu* imI1I.ISHKD wkkki.v BY JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. entered*t Le^nto*n PO^ssecond classmattar TERMSoK siBSCRIITION: (IT|.aid in advanee.1^m year _~^ ^* ~i MMmm^m^....^^..^^^ t,r.i- months^~100 afterthirty days: ..year^ ixmouth* ^....._.... 2.00 'I rt^ ni'iiitlii l.oO ADVI Bran NO RATES . Oneineh. one insertion...f 1.00 Onein* h. one month-.^^^ 3.00 Oim-inch, ^i* months- 1^-00 Ont:iiK-tt ^,^. rear ~ 'H.OO Ar:in^ ijivcti on lartfe space aud standing^ad .'it isemelita. I....i! notice.. 1^^ rents per line. -, ., k. 11is.-uu-iiis payable strictly iu aU- OFIII IAL KOVfEK. MateDirectory. QatwnaafJohn E. Rickards UMtnul(..n. rii .r_Alex. C. id.t kin Mi-iiiUtoICongressW. W. pixon Ittwtataij ot .-tnicLouis Hotwitt inantra*_F. w. Wiight Aii.lilnra. B. C...

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. — 8 June 1893

- fernttftCottntu 3ltr^jtt*. LEWISTOWN,THl'KSDAY, .lune N,'9:f. OFFICIALFAPL^ OF FERGUS COUHTY. I' I : i-n Kl. weekly by JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. MiirtinM;it;iiiiii.s and Mrs. Gov.^Biokmnh delivered excellent addresses :ittlie WllsililNJ, of the silver statue.^^8ilver^-lormu6d, 't w.ere. TbflMfr^-lmiit^' National bank of^I n oma, ttie oMmI hank in that city,^Mid Em i'Unkerlon hank of Milwaukee^are AHIOtM, the latest to suspend pay^^ment. Davis'remains^final resting place the Nowthat Jefleraon^have found a^south will not have another holiday^until some defenseles.-. net;ro is burned^at the .^lake. InDenver last week eleven young^men waltzed for seventeen and a half^boars witbool stopping. Ihefool-killer mii-tb^va thrown up his job and gone^to the World's Fair. TheBotta Ucduction works are said^to ihow a clear profit of BEX/XMI per^month f..r lion. W. A. Clark. The^would-be-senator will soon get even on^thi' (200,000 dropped in Helena last^winter at this rate. Dr.BfifJNJI s...

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. — 8 June 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. 1'KEsfiYTEKIAN CHl'HCH. LEwisroWNlingular service. ^re held every^KuiMlaj moriiinirat 11 :^*^ o^rlock. SaL'jath achool^^van Sunday at :t:UU p. m. hrixtian Enjl. av..r .-.,^ iity meets every Thum ^^day evening at 7:Uu. _ Geo.EiiWakiw. Pastor. IICTHOtlin^ Ht K^ H. Lkmi-town^ s.Tvii-e every -un.lajr morning at^11 oYWk. utid .-v.-nitirf at .:^^^. .-uiMlajrfcbooltie-^|..r. ni.'riiuiK xrvi.e- l'rayer meeting every^WiillHvday . v.niiiKI^, r. HAWK. I'aator. Iii ii.hiioiik ^ Monthly appointnienH^1st t*un-^.l.i\. I lit. :il II a. in. and * p. am.] Beaver t'reek.^:.r.i Min^la^, II a. in. aiwl 7 p. in.; i'lii brook, -n-i^- t ^i.iy, 1*1 a. in. and T p. m ; Mm ere^*L. 4th^riunda) , 11 a. in. Ia*1^*^r'^ residence. i'hiiliriKjk. I;,M i kavkn, l'antor. NOTETO SUBSCRIBERS WmJu*t m^I hmi mm* wwmjmmmw .|ii;tit*-ri^ ^^^^!^^ t*m nr til** mmwmmw^ tfmww*^ril.**i - ^ ^., ouri i|^f ^^^^^ l^^m^k ami mmmWmw a* |^^ ^^ m |^t raMMtMMwmm pMMMMa*, \V^-^. .* ^ pitirliioi-u a mailing mntliinr t^ CbtH...

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. — 8 June 1893

nan APICTURE OF GRANT Atlowery upland ol the Ohio farm, Aboy, MM hand MM the plow;^flow pure and indescribable the charm Ofboyish beauty, cheek and brow!^(I. thoughtful boy, keep hope and energy, 1'ndyingfaith and lumor'n ways,^For the everlasting stars will cometo thee. Anddark, inevitable days! Anall unconscious poBe in white and black. Wheredeep, fresh furrows stretch away;^One hand upon the plow, not looking back, Butto the future's golden day;^A little bird flies up, so airily Shescarce leaves shadow on the ground.^He starts a* if a troop of cavalry Thunderedacross the nearest mound. Knee-deepin prairie pinks blown to and fro^In the wind the plow lines round his neck, Hashe a vision of old Mexico, Monterey,San t'oame, ( hapultepec Ilretet-tw orks of Corinth there beyond the^tree* Ai^ ni,l the bend a gun-boat fleet^^Counts he the miles and miles of batteries.^While musket balls drop in the wheat Yoncountry wagons laboring along, Heavywith fruits maybe, or meals,^Mijiplie* are th...

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. — 15 June 1893

JFermt Vol.X. Xo. 48. LEWISTOWX,FERGUS COUXTY, MOXT., THURSDAY, JUXE 15, 1893. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, |WgWi(County ^Ar0it* publishedlilUI bv JOHNM. VROOMAH, Editor and Proprietor tnteredat Lewittown P O sssecond classmatt^r TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION :^(If |^aid in advance.)^nr year -^-~~ ^^^ -iiinoiiili.-^^.^...^^ 1.80 i'PH monOm^am. AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: neyt-ar^^.^^^^$3.50 -i* months_~.^ ^ *^^ Tureemoat ha .^^^ MM ADVERTISINGRATES: Out-int-ii. one insertion.^$ 1-00 Out-inth, a*M month^- 8.00 Oneineh. six months- 15.00 OMi i ,h on,- vear- ~- 24.00 s. . rates given on large space and standing^ad ^^^ rl isementa. Localaajtaaaf |i ( cuts iht line, . f ;t^lverti*eiuenls payable strictly In ad- OFF1CIALROSTER. StateDlrrclorv. ttovernor-John E. Rickards 1,. atsMal Omim-Alex. c. Kutkin Msaaluril OaaajMH...W. W. Dixon .-.I r. l.irv ^f B1HLouis Rotwitl IHIfI. W. Wligbt AuditorA. B. l ook Atto...

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. — 15 June 1893

gtviuiatCoamtu Arjiitfl. LEWI8TOWN.THURSDAY.Jww15, ^.):!. OFFICIALPAFEK OF FERGUS COUNTY. JOHNM. VROOMAN HKl ISHKI1 WKF.ki.y by Editor^ Proprietor. Inthe death of Edwin Booth Amer^^ica |MM bW urealot tragedian. He^probably had no *tipprior^niatic world. inthe dra- TbaHiggllM Western bank of Mis- oolaekwed its doon a*a4 week. Plasty ofSMSal l^ut not siillicient available^OMh caused the rolla)^^e. Iti^ really amusing how a Demo^^cratic woolgrower prefers to discuss^scab, crossing, breeding and wages^^when the condition of the market i themomentous question. Iumm \i-ited by a three million^dollar lire on the 7th inst. Thegreater^portion of the business houses^swept away by the flames while^dreds were made homeless. werehun .lustsuppose that the 1. i^ Hi.UK) union^\ at) ran- in their grnves had lished in^^t^r| ,,f fought and died from 18U to^1865, where woaM (irover Cleveland^have been today''^Inter Ocean. Accordingto the old version the^place is;.pe!Ied with four letters. Thecelebratio...

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. — 15 June 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PRESBYTERIANCHl'BCH. LEwnrowN^ Regular nerrlce* ^re held every^Vun.Uy morning at 11 :^^io'clock. 8^bS^th school .-. rv Sundav at fc-MI p. m. hrintian fcnd^'*vor Society meetii every Thurn- Iny evening at 7:10. (iEO.Edwakim, Factor. MKTHonir MM I.i.hhTi^VN-s^-rvitf every Minday morning at^11 o t i^.. k himI . vwiing ^t 7::*4J. Sunday School b^-^|M BinUai Mrvite- Trayer meeting every^w. in. ^lay ^ rniiKB. HAwk. I'aator. l'nli ^!t^ m ^k.^Mont hiv appoint rnehts^l^t Sun-^Hay. I'M, :n 11 a. in. aii^l 7 p. ni.; Beaver Creek.^. t.l Sunday, II a. m. and 7 p. m.; r*tai'^r^m^k, lM^MttnUy, 11 a. in. Mi T |i. m.; Willow em k, 4th^Sunday, 11 a. m. B^inr'^ residence, 1'hilkrook. li.M. Craven. Pantor. NOTETO SUBSCRIBERS. Welinve ji^Mt went out our regular^ajKfjHJ lerly notice** of the Mtai.ding of nub-^^i rihfi-s on our *til^**riplion book atifl^Ask for as prompt rrmltUncr ^^ poaalble.^Wi-bnve pur* nn^*-cl a mnllliiK machine^to IfctllHltl our work, which will at the^same lime kff~...

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. — 15 June 1893

OFFICETIME IN OEORGY Tbecampaign an' the cotton is a-ooenin' nightan' day,^An' the Georgia niule is ready ler a ride or runaway; An'we're callin' in the kernals^fer the honey'sin tbe comb,^An' the bees are jes'a buzzin' 'round the' oilicesat home! Youkin git up in the mornin' when the^dew is on the grass, An'the blue ura-a is a-priinpin' in the^river's lookin' glass; An'beforeyou've eat your breakfast, an'^before you think or know You'lllieur the old-time music of the can^^didate's ^hello! Youkin sit up in the evenin', when it's^kinder growin' late. An'the whip-poor-will is singiu' of a love^^s' nig to his mate; An'before you've half got rested, an' you^haint had time to blow, You'llhear the gate a creakin' with the^candidate's ^hello! Ferthe campaign an' the cotton is a-openiu'^night an' day; An't!ie oilices is wishin' fer tbe legs to run^^away! An'the bees is in the clover, an the honey inthe comb.^An' we're jes' a-rollin' over in the offices at home! Atlanta Constitution. Theyall...

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. — 22 June 1893

Vol.X. -No. 4t^. LEWISTOWX,FERGUS COOTY, MOST., THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1893. Price10 Cts REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. / -CV0ltO^l^IMrt| ^.X*4^^* ^IBI.tsHKH WEEKLY BY JOHNM VEOOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. Lnteredat Leoistown P O assecond claJirrattsr TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Iri.aiil in advance.) Hyear^ MMi.ionlhe^mm^www^ 1.50 T^, MMlkl^^ LOO AUK II TII1RTV days: ti.foes-mm^$8.50 itsa^2.00 in.- MMh-i-fto \KYF.U TISINU KATES: Mm-in. - ^^^,. inM'iilon^$ 1-00 -it, MM month.^^ 3.00 *,.. V ^^-^- mutiilis- l'VUO vi.r 24.00 -,ivi'ii n:t large BMI ^ud wtantliiik, I.*.i5 i.'t'Tits per line. T-iiyn-ili* strictly in a^l- BANK OF wo-u.-CL.t37-. (Incorporatedunder the laws of Montana.) LEWISTOWN,MONT. N OR T H E R N PACIFICR. R. I'assesthrough Wisconsin, Minnesota, Isortt Da^^kota. Manitoba, Montana. Idahc, Oregon and^Washington. THEDINING CAR LINE. DiningCars are run between Chicago, St. Paul,^Minneapolis. Winnip...

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. — 22 June 1893

er jitto ^^^nuitu A roue. LKWI8TOWN.THUR8DAT.Jmm22. '93. OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY mwnaweekly by^JOHN M. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. [Ihas* liecn definitely settled that the^World's Fair will open Sundays, hy^Chief .Justice Fuller's decision over^^ruling thai of the federal circuit court. Itis very douhtful whether there is^any Spotted Horse gold in the base of^the silver statue at the World's Fair.^55..me of those who have seen it say tiiatit is only embossing. The fact^that it be us a placard containing the^words, ^JIands ofF,^ add to the sus^picion. However that may be the j;reatmine is all right. 'IlieMud Gcyaw last week published^a long artieli from the l^oi-ky Mountain^Husbandman, to prove that Grover^CleYelaud was a friend of the wool^grower! and that free tiade would ben^^efit the industry. The article was^probably written by Hob Sutherlin,^who may b ^ authority on chicken lice^but perfectly daft when it comes to^discussing shssjp and wool. To show^that Bob is not reli...

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. — 22 June 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. rRFaflYTKKIAn church. IJWMWIRfegul.r serricen are held every^Siimlu.i uiuriiiiig at 11:^J0 o'clock. ts^b'^^tta school^^-vcr_i S jii'lay at 3:00 p. m. GklMtaihtanr ^ssssts meets every Thum-^iIkv .veiling at 7:30. j^o.Edwards. Pastor. METHODISTtHI rc h. I.kui^tiiw.n^Service every Sunday morning at^11 a'efeek, tmi mult at T^ Sunday School be^^fore DiorniiiK MTtice- l'rayer meeting every^W, h^ ads] . I^If; U. r. IIAwk. Pastor. I'llI MtitooK.^Monthly appointments^1st 8un-^imf, I sat, ^t I' ^ ^i. and T p. in.; Beaver Creek,^Sra Suaxtay, n a am. ami 7 p. iu.; Phi^t^n^ok. 2nd^Sunday, 1*1 a. in. and 7 p. in.; Willow creek, 4tb^Sunday, 11 a. lu. I;i^!or'* residence. Philbrook. K.M. Craven. Pastor. NOTETO SUBSCRIBERS. Wrhnvc iu-t ftrlit out our n-.iilar^^lti n In l^ Dolkra of tlir ^standing of ^ub-^H ribrr. on our ^ut^^t-ript Ion book and^MM lor M pvtBfl NMlMMMM poM.ble.^Mrlnvr pBjvhtMi * mailing machine^1^ f..^ i .ititt** our work, whith will at the^sum. time krr|^ milx.cr.be...

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. — 22 June 1893

CHKONICWOES Notdinuto ilo but work. Nothingto eat but food,^Nothing to ^ear but clothes Tokeep one from iioing nuire. NothiiiKto breathe but air. {:fk hh a lli^*h 'tis gone;^Nowhere to fall but off. Nowhereto stand but on. Nothingto comb but hair. Nowhereto aleep but in bod.^Nothing to weep but tears. Nothingto bury but dead. KotMagto xing but HongH. Ah.well, nlan! alack!^No w bare, to go but put, Nowhen-to come but back. Nothingto MS but night*. Notliing to i|uench but thirst,^Not bin.' to have Sut w hat we've got; Thusthrough life we are cursed. Nothingto ntrike but a gait; Everythingmoves that goes;^Notlnng.it all but common sense Canever withstand these woes. Chicago Mail. OneLesson of the Naval Beivew. Howiiit'iiraliys MMswSS the thought thattheUnited 9tmtas. aMes) is now 1.i.linj all the civilized world in the^direction Ot liee institutions,is to lend^in thai path that .-hall Ill-inn the |^eo-^l^leof the earth to universal peace. In^that difcctioa our past history points^ii-. ...

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. — 29 June 1893

Counts Xcx-ito (Ccmtttu ^.vtjtte t%KMU wkkkly by JOHNM VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. hnteredat Le*i*to*n P O as second classmatt.r TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION : (If..aid iu advance.) .year~^ *^^^ .Malta^^^^^^^ 1M T^.. anMai-^^^ Ml AnnTHIRTY DAYS: ... yiil ^$3.SO .* !..uiilhs-2-00 '! , '^.untie- ...^^^1 1 *-*^ advertisingrates: MM1 aM insertion^^mhmmJ 1.00 lim-in, li, ^^ne molilh_......^...... 8.00 iii^inch. -ii mouth*15.00 dmi lli-ll it... vear_ ^2* 00 . ^i v .-ii on large space and ilanding^ii.I ^ ^ i Incidents. I.u.it ,...ti^^^ ir^ rent* per line. -. i !\, rii-i inciiin payable Mrictly in ad- 1)11 l^ I A I. R^^-^TI-'.K. MulrUirrttorr. ,J..bn E. Riikards am..r_Alex. ^'. Botkin W. W. Dixon Ltssta K.itwitt F. W. Wiiglit A. B. Took HenriJ. 11a^kcl!^vv. Y. lvint.er on E.N. Harwood^W. H. DeWilt^..Benj. Webster^instruction ..Eugene Stecre^rDirectory. II.8 V. ratalWm. F. Furay. Butte IL-yiM.r . . S. :..:^^] ^ iflice.^I.irriiri I . - Ijiii.I ^ Mice BANK (Incorporatedunder the laws of Montana.) ...

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. — 29 June 1893

.fernita(Cumttu ^Ari^%te. I.K\V I SToWN, THURSDAY .June 21*. 03. 0FFICIAL PAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY. BI.IHHEIIWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. I'niu-'lBUttat Senator Leland Stan^^ford died at hi* home at Palo Alto, California,on the 2Uth inst. Currythe news to Massachusettf.^Montana hits twice as many men is^women in the make up of her popu^^lation. Hi^ k- M tlmt .Montana, orator that^talked about the deairmbiHtjr of Mon-^Umi woo! fot ^anixinfj purposes^^ He^jimli ibly ^mixed^ bit drinks and hasn't obwtdup yt''- Putt**app'yi^K f^^* ^ divorce at^Butt* l**t week averred that they uever^tgrm 1 ''lit twice in anything, and that^w.i- when they got married and in the^RMrtlH of ^ettiiiK a divorce. Acyclone vi.-ited Perry, Kansas, on^mi the 22ad beat, killing ten people and^destroying an old ^tone house formerly^no upied l^y John Brown, located on^tlie hanks of the Kaw river. thatorders are falling, off that imports^have greatly increased, that the future^looks not only uncertain,...

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. — 29 June 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PREftYTF. HI a N CHrRCH. I.kw[-town^HeffuWr services are held e^ery ^Wlajiimming at IKO a'Huk. S^h'^uth schcul^Stall Mia Ht :i:UU p. m. 'krtatiaa grtaaiar tfll lltT meet* every Thurs-^^Iay ewiiing at 7::iu.^ . ;eo.Kkwakiw. Pantor. Mkthowst CHI'RI'H. l.Kwi-h'WS-Nruit'evcrySunday morning at^11 ^'clack i .M iiii.n at 7 :m. Sunday School be- t,r,ri.nii! ^^^'*^' Prayer meeting every Wedaeadajunit0. r. HAWK. Pastor. PMILMOOK. Monthly appointments^1st Sun-^flar, 1 hat, :,\ 11 a. in atid 7 p. ni.; Heaver Creek,^snn-iav. It a. aa. ami 7 p. ui.; l'lii .rook, 2nd^,. II a. m. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek, 4th^Sunday, 11 a. iu. iactor's residence, Philbrook. H.M. Craves. paMur KOTETO SUBSCRIBERS. Weriiive Jll*t went out our regular^^tjallUljl not i^ i-^ of ^tn^i^ll^K of ^ob-^^ribrr^ on our ^ul^^erl|itIon book and^^aft for M i^roni|^^ i.miitancr aa poaalblc.^Urii.nr aaaatataaaiaal a niailiofs aaMMM^to faallttflt^ our work, wliitli will at the^^ame time keep aiibacribrra poated aa to^...

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. — 29 June 1893

TheBurden of Civilization. Theeditor of the wentern wind sat^at his desk gloomily. By his side lay^^ revolver covered with dust, towards^which he cast his eyes longingly at in^^tervals. Manw ants to, see you, sir,^ said^the office boy, disturlv.ne his reverie. Whatdoes he want^^ asked the^editor, fiercely. Don'tknow, sir. Well,go hack and see. Ina minute or two the boy re-^t urned. Will . ^ iiicjuired the editor, laying^his hand on his revolver. I Ml him what he wanted,^ said theboy. Whoi~ rif'.'^ iiueried the editor,^staving oil the critical nuestion. Sayshis name's Hill Muzzle, from^BMM Waller, and he^s got a gun with him. ^Aha,''and the editor showed signs oihopefulness.^^Did he say he wanted to see the editor^^^^That's what. ^Will, show him up,^ and theeO.itor^braced himself for the encounter. Veryshortly the boy returned with^the visitor, a tall, lierr-e-lookinir, man^attired in rou.'h, heavy clothes, who^walk. 1 promptly up to the editor's^desk. Well,sir'^ said the editor in g...

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 July 1893

Vol.X. No LEWI3TOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JULY ^^, 1893. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL. I : LTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, |rgm Kottttty 3vx*iu** mUNMiW'KtKl.V BY johnm vkooman, Editor aud Proprietor. enteredat L ,-wntown P O sssecond daisrr.atUr TKUM-OF SUBSCRIPTION ! (Ifpaid in advance.! ..,.-.r-~ IMI I.ilartti--^^1-so r ainrt*-~ 1.00 4RBTHIRTY PAYS: i^. year--*3-50 ii.^..,.iitli^-^^^ ^ 2-00 'X.t*. BMStas l M AiWERTISING HATES: Oik-|Mk sas insertion-* t-00 linein. b. one month^ 3M Dmiluk. luoutlis- 15.00 Onetask ut.. vear~ '-M-Uu ,,. [.it.- glssa *^n llBBI sj.Mf and BSBBdSSg *! .-rtiM-uienU. .^\a^ al MUlMi H ^ ^ ut^ per line. S.. . ial ailvertlwiuenla payable strictly In ad- vai.e. MHHIIIiIMBk Mattblrniorv. Waiaf^^-J^h^ K Ki.-kard,. IiMlcaaal Q^wnm-Ua*.^'. lt.itkin Mrmher.,1 UaagtosiW. w. Pix.ni entan ..I Stun-l*iili. Hutwitl 1r.- ^.ur.-r~_' ^ Wuglit Auditor-^^ ' y* MlaciM)UcncialHenri.I. HaafeaC i'lii.1 i i...

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 July 1893

LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY. Jely ^, ^.^:^. OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY JOHNM. VROOMAN. i'lltllslli 1^ V* KKKI.V BV Editor^ Proprietor. 1^i^); ilnys^ Crtnii!^vi-ur than usual. ulittle earlier this TIMlloekhoMw of the Mini Geyser^siioiilil i^ay si license. Or^ Falls wi'l^men. I.iwi-ti^vvii oncannibal*. nottolerate Cliina-^^hould draw the line Awell developed case of ^rallies''^has made its appearance in Lewistown.^The dot; should be disposed of in some^way. Iti-- lid ^every dog has^The vicious brute owned by I j Mf o unpnnj should { twelverem, hisday.^^the Mud^et about Oceansteamers of today make better^time than w a- made on railroads lifly^jresn ego. The new ocean greyhound^riimpania recently covered Ml miles^in twenty-four liours. Andnow tb^ silviT mines of Mon^^tana are clearing down. The miners^who voli d fur Gmm Cleveland can noweongratalsla themselves. Be it^Weilblfl we had the Sherman law^through (he greater portion of Harri^^son's ad miniitf ration and there was no^thought or atti...

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 July 1893

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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 July 1893

Howto Improve tbe Saloon, Theone necessary thing to our city^workinpnmn is a place where he can^^pud liis afterntion and evening. He^lias no home, only a part of a room^at best, perhaps ^ haw to lnmselt, and^this is doubtful. The place where he^sleep* is cold in the winter evenings^and intolerably hot in the summer.^He is actually driven to the saloon;^there is no other place for him. To^ex peel him to sit in his single room^and look at his hare walls is ridiculous.^He might almost as well be in Sing^^u\j,. Nor will your average working-^man rush to take advantage of your^readirg room, collee-house, etc., as^soon M you throw open its doors to^him. He has preindioM. He is afraid^of being; ^sasiMifl by those who look^down on him, or with whose opinions^ha does not agraa. and he has a right-^eoui objection to being patronised.^This is exactly tbe condition of scores^of thousands of unmarried men (I^have not time at present to deal with^the question as it applies to the mar^^ried man, w...

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