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

HistoricalSociety *Vol. XL Xo. 13. LEWTSTOWN,FERGUS COUKTV, MOKT., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1893. Price10 Cte. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY gct-gitegtfuntB 2^r0^o PUBLlHHKnWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VHOOHAN, Editor and Proprietor. -.-tared at L^^i(town PO assecond classmatter rgRMSOF BVBOCHIFTIOX: 'I'mM wi advance.) BANK -OK- ThomasF. Oakes,Henry C. Payne, HenryC. Rouse, Receivers. IS THE O.MY LIMB OR T H E R N PACIFICR. R. h^* *^ - ^ i m fin' [.roughCar STPAUL^MINNEAPOLIS a( ... -4.U0 vfii *SJ ^..:.^ ph.- .tamling .. i . t'ltlii paf int;.^rtiM'ii^ ,-Hyai.lt- .iriellj in ad- i ^ if in. K^^rKK. -i.i Iiry. NT - John K. RickariiH MII4MM il lltMIM mmAlex. C. Butkin : .rM-r *' I^n uresaCtria. m\ llartnian arj1*4 *tate -Loui^ K.hwiii inr ^ _V. W, WliKlit V, liltjff^ A. B. OMt tltoraeyliaaeral Henri J. Haskell tin I Ju-iiif Supreme Court W. Y. Pember on _1 ^. N. llarwoou^^Aaawiakl MMM supreme wan ( w u iiev\ itl 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. — 30 November 1893

Jertiue (Comttu 3^rii^^. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY.Nov. 30,TO. iFFICIAL PAFEK OF FERGUS COUNTY. rt'BI.IPIIKIlWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. GroverCleveland'^ extra session of^congress, culluJ to knock silver out,^cost the country $3,:$O0,0U0. Thenew warship, Colutnhia, made a^record of thirty miles an hour on her^Brat triad. This is ahout equal to the^time made hy western railroads. Thenew tariff hill will probably be^made public in a few days. There^seems to he little doubt hut what wool,^lead ami iron (rill go on the free list. Cometo think ahout it, there is some^resemblance between President Cleve^^land and (jueen I.iliuokalani. We^tru^t there ir. no family relationship. Theofficial count shows MeKinley^had a plurality of 80,968 and a major^^ity over all of 44JSS^. Four years^hence when he runs for president his^majority will be 180,000. TheHelena Herald last week cele^^brated its 'J7li^ aniiiver.-ary. It is the^best all around paper in .Montana^the^weekly unquestionably...

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 November 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. FREnSYTKkIAN CHUBCH. t.KWIsroWN^ Regular service* are held every^M^ morning at 11:00 o'clock. f-ab')^th school^every Buodsr at ^:^^^ p. m. _L ChrlsllanEndeavor Society meets every Thurs^^day ^veiling at 7:30._ _^I Geo. Edwards l'astor. MMMCHl'rch. Lewi^^town^Service every Pundaj morning at^11 o'clock, and evening at 7::t0. Sunday School be^^fore morning service- 1'rayer meeting every^u. Iiu-^da^ evening. 0. t. HAWK. Pastor. I'lllINML^Monthly appoilitineMs^l*t -uit-^.Ihv i at 11 a. ni. and 7 p. in.; Reaver Creek, r'i Sundav. 11 a. ni. and 7 p. in.: IMil-l.rook, 2nd^Minday, 11 a. in. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek, ^h^rimday, 11 a. m. iaalor'a residence, l*hllbrook. 11M. Ckave^. Pastor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. itli tnulc Turkey! Duncein KaaaMsVl Mock thi^ evening^F. K. .Smith in confined to hi^ Inline^the grip. \\i-T luilitH lire having K good^Times are improving. SergeantI'luiu of Ft. Miiginnia, vwitcd^|Im county ^,^it Tnesduy. Ten|ier cent will lie mlileii to your tan*^^ if not ...

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 November 1893

IndianSlavery In Connecticut. Dr.Bernard C. Steiner, librarian^of the Enoch Pratt Free library, has^completed a monograph on ^Slavery^In Connecticut.^ Among the inter^^esting facts in the work is the state^^ment that the fii-st slaves in Connect^^icut were not negroes, but Indians,^beiiitr of the Pequot tril^e, which was^overthrown bf settlers in lf.38. The^first law against the slave trade, too,^was passed in 1715 against the im^^portation of the Tuscarora Indians,^who had 'n captured by the Caro^^linians in war The first iilf^a of^slavery In ('ouuecticut was then that^captives in war were slaves. Soon^aft^-r t'i^* ( liindaiion of the colony^ni^_rroes trera introduced, a few at a^time, cliieily from the V^^est Indies^and nut from Africa. They were^owned for the most part as houso^hold servants, and the Connecticut^notion of slavery was the patriarchal^one. thai slaves lieloncing to the^family of the master differed from^apprentices only in being bound to^service for life. Slaverywa...

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 December 1893

HistoricalSociety crnu Cotmtg Hill)I ^ |jtltff^* '^^I ' Vol.XI. No. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1893. Price10 Ota, REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. gtvgnm(C^mtty ^r^tto Clb1.1.- ii 111^ wekki.v by JOHNM VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. tntared at Le^i^to*n P O as second c I ass rr attar TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in advance.i Iiric year^mm Tmi asiatVr i 11 urmraiKTi Mm J.t.OO .IM .1.00 ..txso ^^^^)^^^'^^ Sixmonth*^mmmmm*wm^mmm^mmm^ 2.00 TaaseMath l.^o ADVERTISINGKATES: OnkM i one in-. rii.iii11 . mi, T 1.00 ^iie inch, one i.i. lit i.m 3.00 Oneinch. .11 iiioutliH- 15.00 Oneinc.li on. vear, _ 24.00 .iii.itcs nivcu on large s|iace and ^landing^ml -itiaeiui'llla. La);tl unlit-en lfi cents i^er line. ..- i.n :iilvcrliseuieut!i payable strictly ill ad- ia . ^ e. inl l' I tl. KO%TEK. MaleDirectory. ijvi.rn.ir^.John E. Kiekards l.iiutenaiil lllHHW Alex. I'. Hotkiti MeaaaeealCkaa...

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 December 1893

LEWISTOWN.THURSDAY, Dec. 9*. 11 u M( |t \ Iti^I- UFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY. rOBLIHHEDWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. TheWilson free trade bill will make^good times in^Europe. Thenew taritf bill pleases the English^DrOBsV Condemnation eDough. Congressis again in session and there^will tio eight or nine months of chin music. Thecabinets of France and Servia^resigned last week. This is a good ex^ample for a pari of Cleveland's cabinet^t^^ imitate. Withcharacteristic dishonesty the^Helena Independent resorts to the^subterfuge that wool has declined in^price under protection and particularly^uuder the McKinley law. It is careful,^howeve, to say nothing about the in^^crease in the production of wool^throughout the world, and the conse^^quent decline in value. A comparison^between the Boston and London mar^^kets shows that the McKinley law has^prevented wool from falling to the for^^eign level, taking grade for grade.^Woolgrowers know this, and it is all^protectionists c...

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 December 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. 1'REnflYTKHIANCHI'RCH. LkWigtownKefu.tr Rervicca art* belJ erery^ftutxlay tuumiiigat I l:w o'clock. MMI school^^\vcr^ HuodftT atp. m. 'hrUt.anEndeavor Society meeU every Thurs^^day ^veiling at 7:30. Geo.Edwiruh Pastor. *ETIIODI-T CHl Rt H.^LlUMRtVl^Service every Sunday morning at^1 o'clock, and evening ^tSunday Klwul be foremorning *-*rviee- I'rayer meeting every^\\. in.^Ja} ^ \^ iiing.I^. K. HAWK. Pastor. 1'im.BKooK^ Montht\ :^p|ioiiitnieiit-- 1-t r-mi^^slay, Ubet, at 11 a. m. aiid Tp. in.; Beaver Cn-ek. idSunday, U a. m. and 7 p. m.: Phi or^^ok, 2nd^.-undar, 11a. m. and 7 |^. m.; Willow i m k, 4th^-t.inlay. 11 a. ni. iastor'n refideiiee, 1'hilhriHfk. K M CkaVKN. 1'aator. LOCALHAPPENINGS Itiiyyour toyn at IIm iojf Hti^r^'.^^'otnity i-oiumiHwi. iiiftf are in hchhu^n thin^week. Overa ti11w^l1 pffMM paiil their taxon^on the l^t in*t. 00to Kit h;mlrt' for ChrtHlimirt gootlit ''iirirtt inuN goods' are imw on dirt)day in^t h-- Hhop windowH. Notewhat Mr. Puule ha*^ to nay...

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 December 1893

ANarrow B^P^ I or a Bald Head. Ithas always been a mystery to^me,^ said u prmmnenf society youpg.^man of the west curt, ' how [irifple^can be N^b-*^b^-Btiiitedt (l. jWMiwt heardgood stories alwur- absent-^minded people, but none letter than^an incident which 1 know to be a^fact. Their is ia society ctrx*% in^mir section a young ranrneil BtfUd^whose craiiinni is not profit fo sin^overproduction of hair, but it would^seem that what his head lacks his^face makes up for. The yoirqj man^aforesaid is Mo* partial to bearAs nor'^iMirbers and acts as his own tonsorial^artist. The other day he made all^arrangements for a comfortable^shave and had taken his position be^^fore the glass, razor in hand. Now,^in his toilet room there are two large^mirrors placed opposite each other,^and as the young man stood with^his luick toward one the reflection of^his bald head shone as a secondary^image in the mirror which he was^facing. Asal^sentminded people are ac^^customed to look rather into the dis^^ta...

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 December 1893

Hist o'icalSocietr Vol.XL. No. -^i^. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1893. Price10 Cts. republicanin politics, and devoted to the mineral, agricultural, stock and wool interests of the great judith country, cviiu^^SoUMtv ^r^ue MMMBWEEKLY BY JOHNM VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor tnteredat Lewistown P O as second class matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in adTanee., OMy*^r^^ S3.uo *ixmonth*~~.....^...~.....~-e....~^~.....e~*^ 1.80 rir.it iuonthi...M^..m.^mmm LOO AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: UMfMB^^-|MI Sixmonths....--^~~^ !^.00 TtSM uuti^th^t LM ADVEUTIHIXGHATES : Oneilic i. une insertion^._...9 1.00 (tin:inch, out' nirnth ^ 1.00 Oneini'b. .1* months- 15.00 Oneinch ollr vr^r- - 24.011 .1rules given ou large space and standing ad^-i tiwciuentii. Laal noiicc lti cents i^er line. -.^ i.ii uilvcrtisciueiita payable strictly in ad- IIFI'HIAL Ki^-I I It. Min Directory. OoveruorJohn E. Kirkard* Iiaiileaaat IIwnM-Alex. C. Bethla Mii .. r .i titmgnttCkaa.ll. Marina r,-iaa of laiaa...

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 December 1893

Jtarnue(Ccmntu Ax'iiua. LEWISTOWN.TlITRSDAY.Dec.14. 'M OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY. JOHNV Pl'BI.lSltKOWEEKLY BV VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. \V.II. Clannctt has joined the Popu^^list party. He is a back number who^does not enjoy obscurity, evidently. Thebounty on sugar is to be re^^duced gradually. The government^will take a ^lick^ at it now and then,^so to speak. TheWilson bill puts bladders on the^free list. A compliment to the ^wind^bags^ who preached free trade on the^stump, probably. Ifby chance Queen Li I should have^M use for her new throne robe, ktM^can send it to Cirover. It would answer^for a slumber robe for Little Huth. AWashington special says the free^coinage men of the house do not see^any silver lining in the message of^President Cleveland. Certainly not. VicePresident Stevenson is president^of a coal company down in Illinois.^Under the pressure of ^good old Dem^^ocratic times^ the men have been re^^duced V2\ cents per day in their wrges. Womansuflrage carried in ...

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 December 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY PRR.iBYTEKIANMMi bawalfaWIIRegular services ^re helJ ever/^RamUy morning at 11 :DU o'clock. Smb lath school^pTerv s.imlay at Mi |^- ^^^ 1'tiriMinnIMNM MMf meets every Thurs^^day .vening at 7:30. ^eo.Kdwakim Pastor. MMMchi'KC h. Lkwistow.nService every Sunday morning at^. 1 o'i I... k. anil evening at 7 :.;^^. Sunday School he-^fort- aMfatag service- I'raver meeting every^W^ .hio.lai i .. lung.I . r . HAWK. Pastor I'HII.hrihik. Monthly ajijioiiitiuei.ts^1st Sun^^day, I'liet, at II a. m. ami 7 |^. iu.; Beaver free It,^:tnl Sunday, 11 a. in. and 7 p. in.: Phi hrook, 2nd^Sunilay, 11 a. in and 7 |^. m ; Willow MMI, 4tb^Sunday. 11 a. m. taMoi- rrM'lt'lKe, I'hilltrouk. K.M. CR*VKN. I'astor LOCALHAPPENINGS. Kvi-rjthiii nrw nt Little's.^Htiy y i ^n i tn^^ nt the ^^^}^ ataaa,^Ten Ih Imw zi-r^^ Monday mumim:.^lit- mm nm4 liear the 1'i nke.l SinterM. 00tn tteaataW' for CkrtetiMM iuhmIh S.S. II ibaoM irt h|iettiliiig hi vithI iIh^h in^t In' city. OUrlutln'h will lie ul par tonigh...

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 December 1893

ITALIANMACARONI IN ITALY. How It I. .Served There. I or It Mi.y lie^Matle lit Your Omii Kiltlit'ii. Inoneof the largest American cities^thert; is an Italian restauraut with^real Italian service that has among^its chief ptnMBUJ who have lived^luilf a dozen years in Italy, molt^ or^leeis, and are judges of purely Italian^viands. In this {'articular restau^^rant they find their favorite di-hes^cooked and served in the yenuine^Italian manner. Thereis macaroni, for instance.^Now, macaroni beta in Italy and^macaroni in America are two very^different articles. It was only re^^cently that I heard a pretty New^Yol k irirl say : ^It is so strange that^at home I can't lx ar macaroni, and^here I can hardly 0*4 enough of it.^Do vou know the reason. I^lid. and I told her. aid I will tell^you. so that w ith your perfect dish^of macaroni you may put palmier^great clusters of small pink, roses or^yellow orchids on your labia, bottles^here and there and pretty side dishes^filled with jiat^ ol QBMltod...

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. — 21 December 1893

Vol.XJ. No. 21. LEWISTOWX,F ERG ITS CO U 2s TV, MOIST., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1893. Price10 Cts. EPUBL1CANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. 4,-ci*iutetCi-umtu i'lBI.l^H Kl^ WFKR1.Y BY JOHNM. VKOOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. BANK ThomasF. Oakes,Henry C. Payne, HenryI. Rouse, Rtceiveis. enteredat Lewistown P O assecond class matter termsof SUBBGRirrfOX: titiiaitl in advuiut'.) ntt*yr^r^mmmmm $3.*^) miluonlhn^- Ml t-.:ifwontlii .M^---^ 1.WI AKTEKTHIRTY UAYS:^UM pM....*^.^ S'KlUOIlth*mmmmmmmmm 2-00 t^nr moiitbH- W ADV Bffli NO RATES : Oneine i on^ innertioD^8 1-00 imi. null, one month~mm 8.00 (in*-inch, .11 months- 15.00 oneinch ,^,^- Vf^r- _ 24.00 . wtal rales given on Urge space and aiamiing^.ti .Ttisemeiits. Ia al notices IS cent* per line. II in I mlvertiaeuieiita payable strictly in ail- IIII II I M RCIsll.K. StateDlrrtlorv. Governor^^^^John E Li.-nteriiiril'iitvnmr.. M.;iiiler ^il I'on jress- ritary of Stat...

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. — 21 December 1893

gerrflita(Cotmtu ^ru^o. I.KW 1 STOW N, Till' IIS I) AY. Dec. fll^ ^J3. OFFICIALPAPER OF FEROUS COUNTY. rt'BLIHHKnWEEKLY ^V JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. Timofficial canvass in Iowa gives^Jackson, for governor, 32,210 plurality^gW Hoies. Thebill for the admission of Arizona^as a stiit.- has passed the house by a rataof 186 yens to 80 nays. SenatorsHoar and Sherman roasted^Um ^stnffi.il prophet^ to a finish one^day last weok on his Hawaiian policy. Aboutthe only support Pre-ident^Cleveland is receiving in his Hawaiian^policy is from the English press. The^British will not go back on their friend. Tliabust news received from Hono^^lulu for some time is that ^the pro^^visional government has 1,000 men un^^der arms at the place prepared for^defense.^. Underthe Wilson bill the coal^miners of this country will have their^wages reduced, but as an offset castile^snip is put on tat^smanship. thefree list. This is Hon.Thomas H. Carter, chairman^nftiM Republican national committee^has cal...

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. — 21 December 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PKK.iAYTKKlANt'hvrch. I.F.wisrnwN^ lingular aervKm an he\i every^HumUy morning ^t ll:^^^oVt^ck. S^l^ iatll ncboul^e^ery Sunday tit :i:(IO p. m. ''liriMlMi t^.'ml^ ^^ur .-vM-icty ineeU every Thuri-^day ^veiling at 7:30. ;ko.Edwakim Vantur. ETHOMST MMft Lewixtows^ Service every Sunday morning at^l o'clock, and evening at 7::^J. Sunday School be^^fore nioriiiiiif m'rvice- 1'rayer meeting every^Vetlnoday evening.L*. V. HAWK. I'aslor. rlPinML^ Monthly appointment'*^M Sun^^day. I'uel. at U a. ni and 7 p. in.; Heaver ( reek,^^r.'i -unday, 11 a. in. and 7 p. m.; IJMiftWMk, M^Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7 p. ui ; Willow cre. k. 4tb^Sunday, 11 a. m. raritor'nroidem-e, I'liill.rook. K.M. I'KiVKN. I'aoloV. LOCALHAPPENINGS Buyyour t.^yn at tlie toy Mure. Qoto Little's Inr KMCf ntatiiry. tm t.. Kicliar.lH lor ^ hrim man t;^ii.iii^^If you wavail ^ gotol Hinoke go to Little's.^Huy your |ierfuuieH and toilet soups itt^Little's. Schoolwill adjourn next Kritliiy night^until the lirst Tuesday...

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. — 21 December 1893

THESUN'S HEAT. GREEKAND ROMAN CHURCH. Heluiholtz'sTbeorj of How Its Loss by KadiatitinI- KepalreU. Thosewho havo paid attention to^tbis subject are aware that the re^^markable doctrine first propounded^by Helmholtz removed all real doubt^from the matter. It is to this emi^^nent philosopher we owo an expla^^nation of what at first seemed to be a^paradox. He explained how, not^^withstanding that the sun radiates^its heat so profusely, no indications^of the inevitable decline of heat can^be as yet discovered. Ifthe sun had been made of solid^or Mil from center to surface, and if^that coal had been burned for the^purjM^se of sustaining the radiation,^it can lie demonstrated that a few^thousand years of solar expenditure^at the present rate would suffice to^exhaust all the heat which the com^^bustion of that great sphere of fuel^Could generate. We know, how^^ever, that the sun has been radiat^^ing heat not alone for thousands of^years, but for millions of years.^The existence of fossil p...

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. — 28 December 1893

Histo ncal Society Vol.XL No. '2 2. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1893. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. $Kixu* (Cntntu Ax-titt IMMItffmiby^john M vrooman, Editor and Proprietor. t^ tared at Le^utowri P O as second class matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifi^;tid Hi ttdvaiice., i.c year~^~.^ fS.lhi 'I tldlilh* MMM^M*MMMWM^mM 1.50 T.i.h- u.-mill.^ 1.00 AFTERTHIRTY I^AYS:^^M yearSS.-'iO Mfl IllUlltllbmmMMMmMMMMMMMMMMMM 2.00 '1net- uiontlu^- UM UNBRDBKATES: oneinc i, one insertion-^^...$ 1.00 'ne iitL-h, une month.......m 3.00 Hutinch. ,i* months- 15.00 Uneinch o,^. vcar- - 24.00 ...Irates ttivea ou large space and standing^a.1 .tiseuients. La*J notices 15 cents per line. -...-iai advertisements payable strictly iu ad- IIFFKIAI. KOM'KK. stairOlrrclorv. ...JohnK. Kickartls Alex. C. Itotkin .('tins.S, lariaMi^Louis Kotwitl r. w, wiikiu A. It. I'.m.t ....Henri .1. Haskel...

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. — 28 December 1893

gtvixG ^^^nmtu :Avtute. 1.KWISTOWS.THURSDAY,Dec. ^J3. JFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COTJBTTY. II Bl IMII l^ WKKKLY IV JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor^ Proprietor. TlrteHelena Independent should now^proceed to read Sam Hauler out of^the Democratic party having disposed^of the Anaconda Standard. sympathiesof Willis are with the pro^^visional government instead of the deposedqueen. K.enhad the queen heen restored to^power she would not have lasted forty-^eight hours unless protected hy United^States troops. This would have proven^that aid from this government was not^required to overthrow the licentious^wench and her corruptdynasty. Cleve^^land is meddling with something that^none of his business. WayneMacYeigh, the notorious^mugwump, who thinks he was born to^bold an ollice, has been appointed^minister to Itjily hy KingUrover. Ascheme for the kidnapping of little^lluth Cleveland has been frustrated^down in Kansas. No ransom would be^offered if Grover was lugged away. Wilson'sbill puts ^edible insect...

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. — 28 December 1893

r CHURCHDIRECTORY. PKCnAYTKKIANCHTRCH. LKWurowN^ Regular aerTicea are held erery^Sunday morning; at lliOOo'clock. Sab'jalh acbuol^erery Sunday at 3:00 p. m. ChristianEndearor Society meeU every Thurn-^day evening at 7:30. Geo.Edwakdm Putor. methodistchurch. Lewistown^Service every Sunday morning at^1 o'clock, and evening at 7:311. Sunday School be^^fore morning service- I'rayer meeting every^Wednesday evening.D. V. hawk. Paalor. I'UILBKuuk.Monthly appointment.^l.t Sun-^Hay. I.'bet. at ii a. m. and 7 p. m.; Beaver Creek,^3rd Sundav, 11 a. m. and 7 p. in.; Pbi i.r..ok, 2nd^tiunday, U a. in. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek, 4tb^Sunday, 11 a. m. i- residence* Philbrook. U.M. CKAVK.N, Paolor. localhappenings Stationeryat Little's.^If you like a good Key West cigar^go to Little'*. HerbertBUnchard spent Christ mas^at I lie county seat. Littleiias a nice line of perfumes^and toilet soaps. BOBSTO Mr. and Mrs. Trask, of^Livina. on Dec. 11th, a girl. Ifyou want a good watch at the^right price, call o...

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. — 28 December 1893

THENIGHT WIND. Haveyou put heard the winj co ^YoooooT 'Tisa pit if ill sound to hear!^It ^e^ ms to chill you thmtn:li and through Witha strange and speechless fear.^It's the v^ire of the night tliat broods outside Whenfolk*should be asleep.^And many and maiiy'a the time I've cried^To the darkness tliat brooded far and wide Overthe land and deep,^^Whom do you want. (J lonely night. Thatyou wail the long hours through^^^And tlio night would say in its ghostly way.^^Yoooooooo!^Yoooooooo!^Yoooooooo! Mymother told me long ago. When1 was a little lad.^That when the night went wailing so, Homeliodyha 1 been bad,^A lid thru when I \v a.-, snuir In bed. Whither1 had been sent,^Wttfa i he Blankets d iwa ap round my head.^I'd tl.ink of what in' ni'ither'd said Andwonder what boy she meant!^And ^Wlii,'. km :i BBS loday'r^ I'd ask Olthe wind that hoarsely blew.^And UmU rail ^ wndd amy in its awful way. YlMMIflMMMlt VaWMaalY00..00000! Trialthis \\a^ i rue 1 bbbbi allow You'llnot believe it. thoug...

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