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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 17 August 1893

UntoricalSociety Vol.xi. N1 ^ ^^. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY. M(L\T.. THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1893. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. piHJMHM ^^MM by^JOHN M VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor .J tnter.dat L^^isto*n POassecona classrr.att.r | rERMSOF BUBBCBIPTIOH: BANK -OF (Ifpaid )ti ^dvance.) 'm-year *ix month* T.re.^ im.ntli* AFTERTHIRTY DATS : '^n.. y^-ar.... ^ sixmonths T.rev loom Ii- ... J3.UO l.SO1.00 ..rt.vj ..2.00^.. l.SO ADVERTISING KATES : Oneinr'i. one insertion* 1-00 Oneinch, one im-nth^^.-.. 3.00 Oneinch. afl months- 15.00 Oneinch Ma rear~ _ Sml rate* Riven on large spate and standing^ad rrtisetnenta. Lo-al ii^^ti^ H cent* \*-t line. S,wial advertisements payahle strictly in *d- mwwmhi rosiek. KtatrUlrn mrv. tiovernorlohn E. Ri.kar.l- Lientenanttiovernor_Alex. ^'. H^tkiu MemlierolOManM_.....^'lia*. S. Harlmai Secretaryof state.l.mti* Ra4wltt Treasurer^. t. W. Wlkfkl Auditor--..A. It ...

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. — 17 August 1893

ietriiuo CComttu Ax*un^. LBWISTOWX.THDS8DAT.Anc.IT, VS. OFFICIALPAPEK OF FEHOUS COUNTY. hihi.i-hkii^^^Hit bv^JOHN M. VROOIWAN. Editor ^ Proprietor. AMichigan MM MMie4 William^Te-gler in posse.-seii of two loapjM*.^How fortunate he is not a ^Ibet of^the present COfsgiese. Silvermen aboold place no confi^donee in the utterances of l^avid B.^Hill. His vote is what will count. He^is an oleaginous politician. Clevelandand Carlisle claimed that^the Sherman law was driving tbe^gold out of the country. Now it will^l^e in order for them to state what is^driving it hack again hy the millions. Inhis speech accepting the Chicago^nomination Mr. Cleveland declared,^^Ours is not a destructive party.^^There are a good many people now^arSM wouldn't helieve Grover under^oath. GroverCleveland has reiurned to^Bu/./.trd's Bay to remain a month.^Anticipation of an event of great per^^sonal interest rails iiini away from^W ashington, it is sai l. W ell, here's a^silver spoon to the youngster. Therewill he...

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. — 17 August 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. 1-RKi.BYTKRIAN mm IIflHMI^ ^ Kegular ntvtai ^^^ l^-''1^Sunday in,,ruin* at lltuOo'elnck. Sali'mth ICMM^rTerj Ma ^i 'J-fi p. in. r'hrialianE iiil.uv.r i. ly m.*t^ - v. n i unr- ^^t-\.al 7:;ii^. I.Ko.hliWAKI**. 1 ii-tor.^MKTIinl^l-r ^ HI^K^ I1. I.iMMtm-svrvkc ^*^*{ '-umlaj i.n.ruii.* .^;^11 o'clock, aud rwnluu at ^'^ -un.Uy s. Ii.k.I m -^f.,r.- morn.uk- -.rvicc^ IT^^. ti WIJ^\\.^ln. ^d^y .-v. iiiiitl1 ^ 1 HAWK, I'aitnr. rult^*H^K.^Monthly .^j^poimiiin.l^1*1 Sun^^lav. DM, iii 11 a. in. MM 7 p. in.; U av. r ^ rt.k.^|4MMV^ 11 u. hi mm.1 7 p. in.: Phi r-'.A.-n^l^.-unil^^. fl ^. ui. Mid 7 |. ill : Mb* . wk. Mil^^uiid^v. 11 tt. Ul. Pastor'-n-iiili-nri-. I'liilhr.mk. K.M i'RAVKN. Pm-tur LOCALHAPPENINGS. .itTm t'ourtMMfNM on B^pt. ^^^'I'-^The DmMM Batfpb tMMM) I'm'1^liny. MWMll|.u|iiln to lw f^^w li^Te. Jolinny.net your gun.^ IIm aMabM*^ill on tli*- run. PHMJmachine repaint at CfeaW. Mfc llltttl.V ^',!.'*. Mth.\S . U. Krlly, %^ho Imm bin ill for^th^ past week in coiivalfHiiii...

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. — 17 August 1893

BOTHSIDES AGREE Continuedfrom First page. bodjor any party that undertakes to^tlo it, will, in CJoil's name, be trampled,^as it ought to be, in the iltist of con-^ilemnation, now and in the future.^[I'ontinueil applause on the lloor and^in the galleries. | I speak as a. Demo^^crat, but yet as an American above^Democracy. | Cheers. | Wedo not intend that any politi^^cal part3- shall survive that will lay a^confiscating hand upon America in the^interest of Kngland and of Europe,^and demonetize silver in this country,^and, my friends of the eastern Democ^^racy, we bid you farewell when youdo^it. If you demonetize silver the re^^sponsibility will be yours, not ours.^^[Applause. | \Vaiiim;tos, Aug. 12.^The full text^of the silver law proposed by Mr_^131.-mil of Missouri is as follows: Beitenacted, etc., that from and^after the passage of this act all hold^^ers of silver bullion to the amount of^S100 or more, standard' weight anil^fineness, shall be entitled to have the^snriie coined at t...

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. — 24 August 1893

HistoricalSociety manirani by JOHNM VROOMAN, Editor and Proprietor tntered^t Leontown POassecond classn-atter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION : (Ifpaid in atlvanec.) rjwjHi-^~^*3^* -:k moll! Ill wmm^^^^^ a^B Tirw hiunllii...WWHH^- Ml iRBIHin hays : ... year_~*3.50 sixBMNa*_~2-* Tufwuiontha^ 1*6*' ADVERTISINGKATES: OneInc'i. one innerlioll^.....^ L00 OHiiu li, one month^^ 3.00 Oneiiu-h. -a* months,^ 15.00 OMiiii.li on. Tear -^^^00 Si rial rales given on large space aud standing^ad ^^rt inenienta. lalal 11 ol 11 e^ 1', rents |^er line. S,#eialadvertisements |.ayanle utrictljr in ad-^vt ^ e. HIHin, K^rvr*:R. stateUlrrclorv. Governor-John K. Rit kards UnMHIBcWMIAlex. ('. I4.itkin Melillier.il Coinjrei......('lias. S. Ilartman sveretaryof Mai.-_Lmm Kotwiti Tummi\ w. Wiicht Anlit..rA. 11. foot AttorneyGeneralHenri J. Haskell ThiefJustice Siij.remc Court W. Y. Peiulier on AssociateJustices Supreme t'..urt | \y* j| i\r*Viu ilerk Supreme Courtltenj. Webster Snj.eriiiteiileiit I'ul.lie Instruction ..Eug...

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. — 24 August 1893

IFetrnu*(Comttu ,\vnn^. LEWISTOW N, THl'RSDA Y Aug. L'4. '!^3. rKICIA I. PAFEH OF FERGUS COUNTY hibii1b^ WEEKLY B\ JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor^ Proprietor. Thequestion of renting i.ee Mantle^came up in the senate Monday but was^postponed by unanimous consent. Asthe BehrinK sea decision seems to^satisfy everybody the high court of^arbitration should feel greatly flattered.^^All's well that ends well. WhileLewistown and Fergus county^may not feel the financial depression^so keenly as some other portions of^the state, it is still severe enough in all^lines of business. As regards labor no^inducements can be offered the unem^^ployed of other cities and it would be^folly for men to come here in the vain^hope of getting permanent employ^^ment. We say this in justice to the^unemployed already here and to those^who think they might improve their^condition by coming. Nothing can be^gained by giving a false impression of^the situation. Whilethe president fishes and con^^gress talks the hogs are li...

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. — 24 August 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PRKifiYTKKUNUlWii LaTWlnroWN^Regular services ^re held ever/^KunJay tuoruiiiK mto'clock. MMI school erery.-.n..l.i^r ^t ;^:oti p. in. ChrUtianfelid^'^vor So. it-ty uieeta every rhui^- Hayowning at 7:ltu. lieu.Kmvaki^, rastor. mf.thooiti HI K^ H. LkwistownService every Sunday morning at^11 O'clock, and i-vetunK at ~:M. -inulay Scbo..l Ue- foreiiiorniiJK service- Prayer meeting, every^Wednesday evening.1'. 1'- HAWK. Pastor. PiilLBHooK.Monthly appointmebts^1st sun-^Hay. I'ls't. at 11 a. ni. and . p. m.; Beaver I'reek.^3rd Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.: Phi it .^k. Sm^Sunday, 11 a. iu. and 7 |^. ui ; Willow creek. 1th^Sunday, 11 a. iu. Pastor'sresidence. Philhrook. K.M. I l'.A\ l.N, Pastor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Finehhower M.Hulay.^Read initio- i^[ HteerH f^r Bat*,^Rend notice ot ranch for mile on the^Judith. Buvyour hiiwItT twine from ^4eo. T.^^'hamU rn A* ^ '^^. JucJe DuISone is holding cuurt in Valley^county nt prcrtent. Atimber tire hart been raffing in the^Ju^lith ranii*...

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. — 24 August 1893

FOUGHTFOR HIS LIFE TheLargest Reptile in America Make* it^Lively for a Snake Dealer When Taken^Out of Its Box. XewYork special: Mr. Burns got^from a White Star steamer last Thurs^^day, the regular old papa snake, a^boa captured in Africa and taken by^traders to London, whence he jour^^neyed here. He is the old, original^snake, Mr. Burns says, that ran the^apple stand in the garden of Eden.^Burns sells snakes to shows, and^when he tried to transfer the big boa^down stairs yesterday and get him^into a box in the Btore for shipment,^he found to his sorrow that the snake^was in training. The reptile since its^arrival ha* lain quiet in a wire netted^parlor up stairs, digesting a couple ot^rabbits which had been fed to him^alive. But when Burns went up to^move him at 10 o'clock yesterday^morning, and opened the door, he^pulled up the lid ot his eye and looked^to see if it was his breakfast that had^1k. ii Li-ought to him. Seeing that it^was an empty handed man he oozed^lii- shiny I wenty-...

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. — 31 August 1893

l' ; nVal Society Vol.XI. No. 5. LEW1STOWK,FERGUS COTOTY, MONT., THURSDAY, AUGUST 81, 1893. Price10 Ota REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, II BLlsHEn WKEKLY BY JOHNM VROOMAN. Editor'and Proprietor BANK -OF enteredat Lewistown P O as second c I ass rr attar TERMSOP BUMOXPTIOM (irpaid in advance.) .^ne jear^ ^.^^.... Sixmonth* T'.it*MrikHMMManiMai^ AFTERTHIRTY HAYS:^'^!^^ year_-^^ HiK lUOOttUNMMMMMMMMMMai 'i'ii rev months ADVERTISINGKATES : DMinc ' IBM insertion Oneineh, one month^ dmlash, bis lu.iutbs Oneinch on- Tear- -- S.-rial rates it ireu on large space and sta^ad ertSBMMBSW \joal MMta 15 cents per line. s,^^^ ial advertiseim-tils payable strict!} i H.uuLM 1.00 43.50^2.00^LM I1.00^8.00^15.00^. 24.00^riding ad- (lucorpurat.i underthe lnws of Montana.) LEWISTOWN,MONT. S.S. HOMOBT, T.C. I'OWKK, JAMBAH. HOB. r.k. muoHT. President.Vice- President.^- Cashier.^Ass t Cashier. Boardof T.C. Power,^Alox. 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. — 31 August 1893

ferine^^tnmtu -Xrmte. UtWI8TOWH.THDB8DAT.Aaf.SI, VS. OFFICIALPAPEK OF FEKGOS CJUNK MHmnan bv^JOHN M. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. droverCleviliintl lias cracked the^wliip ami free ^ilver lias been defeated^in a Democratic house. CfcamjnjaaaaMaHartnmn Mdl a Tat^^tling tive minutes speech in favor of^freo coinage, all the time that was^allotted him. (iuvernoiFlower of New York sayn,^^Let the tariff alone.^ The governor^is a Democrat and BaM a leve'-headed^business man. TheWilson bill, calling for the un^^conditional repeal of the Sherman law.^p.i^sed the house last Monday by a^vote of Si'.l to 190. Lastweek a Chicago girl upset a^lamp while heating a curling iron,^causing a confl igration tbat dotroyed^a million dolfcum' worth of property^That was a costly beau-i atelier. Ferguscounty should have a good^delegation at the wool^rowers' conven^UOfll wMok M^tl in Orent Falls next^week. What are our w^'olgrowers d^niK in relation to representation ibere Congre-sman Bryan put the ^'gold^bfj...

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. — 31 August 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. prf.nAYTKHIAn MMK I.kwisiown^ Regular ^*rvlce^ ^r^- hfl.l eifry^Basrfa* Mnfe^alUilla'cWek. s^i.'^^ih mm^^^t^ry tiun.Iar at :l:UO p. ni. hri^tl^n Kn.l. ^v..r S... iily iiiettn every Ihur^.^Hhv matai M Idl'-.. . HMEi.mahks. i .^^:..r^aaaSaaMSt I hi b^ h.^lmaMM-4wmmq Suiioay morning at^11 a'ckck, and evening ^t 7*. -un.iay School be^^fore morning ^ervlce- l;rajer_ meeting ever)-^\\rdi^,*i^; evening U.r. II Aw K. l^a^tor I'iiii.bkh^k. ^ Monthly appointments^l*t Sun-^^lay. I b*t. al 11 a. m. ami .p. m.; Heaver Creek,^rl -tin,lay. 11 a m ami 7 p. in.: Phi iT.^^k. fcM^^omlay, 11a. in. anil 7pm.; Mn ^ reek. 4th^-umlay, 11 a. m. I'at'ir'-* MMMai I'hilhrook. It M.CKAVKN. Pasta* localHAPPENINGS OMMtoflVMHWiMIVMllin iinarlerlv^HesKldll lieKt week. Danieltjciinl.y ^inl Inmily ^'^^ ...iiipy^their new wUHMt, t'.uirtOOWMMM next Mninlay. Pocket^ttml liat ni famaa will be found elsewhere. MiasEmmie ^ ^^rl^in nan MWVi the p^^i-^Hm of principal of oiiool the Butte schools. Choicewines,...

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. — 31 August 1893

(ICRDADDIES' DOLLAR InterestingFacts About the Great Americas SilverDollar. Hereis the chronological history of^the silver dollar: Anthorixerl to be coined, act of April^2, 1792; weight, 41 ^^ grams; fineness,^S^2.4. Weightchanged, act of Jan. 18,^1887, to 4121, grains. Finenesschanged, act of .Ian. 18,^1837, to 900. Coinagediscontinued, act of Feb.^12,1873. Totalamount coined tS Feb. 12,^1873, 88,031,238. Coinagereauthorized, act of Feb.^28, 1878. Amountcoined from March 1,1878,^to Dec. 31, 1887, $283,295,337 (in^^cluding 81,837 recoined.) Totalamount coined to Dec. 31,^1889, ^357,909,239. Dmfirst silver dollar was put in^circulation in 1794. Itwas a crude design,^ says the^historian. ^On the obverse face of^the com was imprinted the head of a^young lady facing to the right. Her^hair was (lowing to such an extent^that hlie looked as if taken in a gale^of mind. In179*3 congress stepped in to the^aid of the typical damsel and tied her^hair up with a bit of ribbon. Thelifteen stars we...

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. — 7 September 1893

HistoricalSociety ftrgtt Vol.XI. No. ^J. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER T, 1893. Price10 Ota REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. fergu*^r smtty Je*9*** imMH*flW^1 ^v^JOHN M .V ROOM AN Editortand^roprietPr titsredat Le^uto^n P O as second class rrattar termsof Buautmirnon: (Ifpaid ill advance.)^me year-~^ *^.uu I'all -i*month*^^^^^^^^**^^ *' T r. t- month*......-- *-^]t) AFTKRTHIRTY DAY-**: ii.-yf^r^-$3.50 Sixnioulht* '^^^* Tir*f month*- 1*^* ADVERTISINGKATES: Oneiiic i. one insertionS 1.00 Oneinch, one month^3.00 Oninch. ti^ mouths- Oneii.uh vear 24-^ |. rate* given on Urge space and standing^u.l frtiHcinviits. Ix al noticen 15 cents (.^ r tine. Serialadvertisements payable strictly in ad- BANK -OF- N OR T H E R N PA C I F IC R. R (Incorporatedunder the lawa of Montana.) LEWISTOWN,MONT. S.S. HOBSON,^t.C powb, .1A!NIKS H. MOE,^F. K. WHICH I . President.Vice-I'resident.^- Cashier.^A...

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. — 7 September 1893

rci%%X0Cmmtu Avmt*. I.KWIHTOWN,THL'RSDAY, Sept. 7. '93.^OFFICIAL PAFEK OF FERGUS COUHTT. rl'BLlSHCI)WEKKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. Thinkof another session of the legis^^lature with Coder in it. Witha clear majority of 100 in the^house the Democratic party will be^held responsible for the unconditional^repeal of the Sherman law. 1'itsident Cleveland has got back to^Washington from Buzzard's hay. He^can now crack his whip so as to touch^up the leaders now and then. Reportsfrom the east show consider^^able improvement in money centers,^while a number of industrial establish^^ments are resuming operations. SenatorTeller has taken his winter^clothfs with him to Washington, and^says he will need them before the Sher^^man repeal Sill has passed the senate. Dun'sreport of Augu-t 2Gth says:^^Sales of wool are about the smallest^exer known at this season, amounting^last week at the three chief markets to^1,633,^^12 lbs., against 7,101,602 for the^same week lat-t year. TheKsqiii...

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. — 7 September 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. mEaVTKKIAS tM^^Id h itom n ^ Kef ular utrTlnea are hel.I tier/ Smi.tasMiml-t lUSSa'aluk. .-al.'.ath Mtaal^rmr^ - in l^^ al ^:0^i p. in.^rivialtaa EaSisTir * *rtn or1M day^venillif at 7:3m. ... liKo.EliVARIfs. raator. MtTlinr!^T CHl'BCH. IBWI-11 **v^ ^ .service everr Sunday uiorninte .^t^11 e'claek, evening at 7:.^^. :*uii*lay hcbonl l^e-^f..rr ^ ^mtra. -.rvice- I'rayer meeting ever)^^\. hwataf . wnirg0. r. HAWK. PaMor. PlIII.hu'.ok. Monthly :ip|^*^inli.iei.I^^l-l -uu i, Dfaet, at II s^ m.awi I p- ^^.; flmtn^et ri Sun lav. ii :i M. ami 7 p, in.: I'M 't.x)k. aM^.-m..t^y, 11 a. ii and 7 ax a*.; Willow HM.W^Sunday. 11a. iii. 1aMor'* reM.lem e. l'hill^riM^k. li.M . i Ri VEN. I'aatur. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Iiiurl in mom ill MaMi^MaWMMMM h Inul KiiKiki- iniikis Mmnjni'ii Mas**,^ll'limjIf^risyrf !'t. Rent ^^n. h in I t. iiiliitj' nt court. Tin'|m^vaMag aVRMSM i^ .iti riliiited to^lire in t In- aWH r.uiue. .ln. Jl. Una lett for UMM MkaVJF to I.-ulnteiit it week or ten days. Baa m...

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. — 7 September 1893

OurWool Industries Tht!woolgrowers of the I'niteil^St.ii.-i have called a meeting at Chi^^cago for the 28th and 29thOt Septem^^ber to devise meannresi for the protec^^tion of their industry and to protest^against free wool legislation. The^cotton growers of the south are in^^vited to join in the movement. Woolis very low and hard of sale^at present. That is partly owing to^general hard times and more to fear^of what the Democratic majority in^congress will do. There is littledoubt^that wool will be one of the first ob^^jects of attack. In fact, it has already^been attacked in the house, but to no^purpose, liecause then the senate was^Republican. Two principal arguments^are used against the wool duties^that^they have failed to maintain the price^of wool, and hence are of no use to^grower, and that our wool product^has fallen off under them. Itis true that wool prices have^fallen off of late years all over the^world. That is chiefly owing to new^supplies which have come in from Aus^^t...

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. — 14 September 1893

lilst rica.Socie y Vol. xi.x^^. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COTJKTY, MOST., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1893. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, ftVn* tComtty Ar^uo HMMIMIby^JOHN M VROOMAN. Editor and!Proprietr.r. kits'edaf L^* isto*n P O asseccnd class matter TERMS^^F BCBBCRIFnOH: IIf paid in advance.! meyear -iionll-^^ '-M T'rw months..^^ 100 AFTERTHIRTY DAYS:^^. _w.SO s^ s. n^T .re OM tIne i^Out; i^One i ^i.OO I.ho a.I ulullth*.^mtmmmmmmmm AI)V ^ RTISING BATH : Mi M insertion* LOO iih. one month~~^- 3-00 nrh.-i^ iiiuntbs- 1A.00 Mbon,, vear- - 24.U0 ,.nl rale- flven on larg* space anil *t aiiding-^t i-ctiients. alnotices Ki renl* per line. rialadvertisement* payable strictly in ad- BANK -OF- (lncoriorate^i under the laws of Montana.) LEWISTOWN,MONT. S.S. HOBSON, T.C. POWER,^JAMBA H. MOB,^F. E. WBIOU P. President.Vice-President.^- Cashier.^Asm t Cashier. N IS THEONL1 OR T H ^ R N PACIFICR. R. LIMi Run...

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. — 14 September 1893

4evfltte (Cottntu Argue. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY.Sept. 14.'^j:*. OFFICIALPAPttt OF FERGUS COUNTY. i^ ^ . ISHI ;^ WEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. Oladstone'shome rule bill was de^feated. in the house of lords t^y a vote^of tlf^ to 41. Agirl baby whs born to Mr. and Mrs.^Cleveland on the lUh inst., whereat^(Irover is much grieved. He wanted a^boy. OldWhiskers^ of Kansas has intro^^duced ^ bill in congress calling for fiat^money. It is in keeping with all of the^visionary financial schemes of the Peo^^ple's party. It should he hung on the^hook. ArchbishopRyan holds up Grover^Cleveland and Wm. E. Gladstone as^two model public men. Gladstone^should bring suit for libel against the^bishop for associating him with Grover^Cleveland. and1894 that will not be affected by^the tariff, even though thechancemay^not t.i.coine operative until January,^1805. The manufacturer is dealing^with an unknown quantity; he does^not know absolutely that a change^will be made, when and to what ex^^ten...

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. — 14 September 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PRF..-BVTEKIASMNB I.KWisrowN Regular ncrrires mm helJ fvery^Kumlay uioniin^^t HKWo'cloek. r-ab'jath nchoul^rrery Sunday at W P- _. rfclUlMITaanam rii lltT roeeUererr rhiir*-^.lay M*| ^t 7:30. ^ Edwards p^utor_ HKTHOtHs'Trlll KTH. |rTt,t,isi n^Sirvlc.' every Sunday morning at^11 1'ilnaT. an.l ^ vminu at 7:.Vi. Sunday !*cbo^.l t*-^^on aaoraiafl ^nMr riajai meeting every^Wednesday evening. L^. K. Hawk. l-aator. I'liiLBiK-oK^ Monthly appointment*^1st Sun-^.lav. DW, at 11 a. ni. and 7 p. m.; lieaver Cn-ek.^^Ar^\ Sutitlay. 11 a. ni. anil 7 n. m.; I'lii ^^r.Kjk. -lid^Sunday. II a. ui. and 7 |^ in ; Willow ereek. 4tli^Sunday, 11 a. ni. iattor'* reiidenee. I'hill.r.tok. K.M. ^'bavi:n. laalor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Schooli* pniarpMMiiiS nic-ly.^The tuir. the f.iir, don't t.Ttfet tin- fair.^Bagnaa TowMMMl ^*^ i^ from Deercrct-k MiinJaj ^ m.iiih.T tin- f.tir iliittn^Sept. 2^^^, 27 IInil JMMH. Mo- returtieil from llelenn Snn-^il.iv evening. Itih now eertnin nil of the rucen will M^ti...

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. — 14 September 1893

BOLDBANK ROBBERS. TheyEaid a Colorado Town and^Two of Them are Laid Low. ACITIZEN WHO SHOT TO KILL. Dki.ta,Col., Sept. 7.^The most^darinu robbery ever consummated in^this part of Colorado occurred here in^broad daylight this morning, the ob^^ject of the attack being the Farmers A:^Merchants bank, and while the sum^secured was small the robbery resulted^n the death of three people^the^cashier of the bank and two of the^highwaymen who made the attack. Therobbery was planned on the^lines of those that have been so suc-^MMfa] in Kansas, where the Daltons^secured so much money last year. It^is the belief that the bandits, if not^members of that gang, have at least^been identilied with other robberies of^similar nature. The bank opened for^business at 10 this morning. At 10:30^three mounted men roiie up to the^door of the bank and entering quickly^rushed up to A. F. Blackley, cashier,^presented their guns and demanded^what money lie had. The cashier re^^fused to give it up. The robbers th...

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