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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 8 February 1894

BfeoffcaiSociety Vol. XI. No. 28. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1894. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. crpwe^C*nmtu ^rg.t* PUBLISHEDweekly BY JOHNM V ROOM AN. Editor and Proprietor. tntsrsd^t Ls^itto*n P O sssecond clsssmsttsr TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION:^(If paid in advance.)^One year^^ ^* 5iX IJ.Ul.t ll* ........ MMMMMHMMMMM 1-80 I t.. :u..l.t li^ ........ .............. mMM I*** AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: Oneyear_13.00 Sixmouths~2-00 Threemonth^- I^M ADVERTISINGRATES: Oneinc'i. ons insertion1 1.00 Oneinch, one month....^....^^...^^^^^ 8-00 Oneinch, six month*- 15.00 Oneinch ana rear-^ 24.00 SnM rates glren on large space and standing^ad . i-rtisementa. hosi notices 15 cents per line. S.ecialadrertisemenU payable strictly In ad- OFFIIIAL ROSTER. StateDireetorr. tiorernor- John e. Kirksrds LieutenantGovernor-Alex. C. Botkin Mcmlieruf('ongress_....Cbas. S. llartman Secretaryof ...

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 February 1894

gevnwe(Cmmtu Ax-flite. LKWI8T0WH,THURSDAY, Pt*. s. ^^*. offic:alpaper of febgos county. rL'iii.imiikdwkkki.y I1Y JOHNM. VROOMAN, a^ Editor and Proprietor. AmilciBstatesmen c.iniKit legislate^for this ('(iiintry and Europe Bt the^same time. AiiordiiiKto Mm Wilson Ml^^ill not tie placet! nn the free list^At^I 2, !^'.'^. wooluntil Thepublic MM keeps right on in-^ONMiag M the rute of about ^S,0O0,tAX^^a month under the present adminis^^tration. Whata pity Admiral BwfcM did^not have occasion to test one of his big^guns at Hio. 1 ^e OUM tried to run a^blnllon the wrong man. Itis n^ w prophesied that the world^will come to an end in IMS. Thank^the Lord time will be given to knock^^out the Democratic party before the^final collap-e. Senatorl'erkins of California has^presented a petition from 1^i,(m^ wool-^growers of that state, irrespective of^political party, i.rotcsting against the^reduction of the duty on wool. TheHelena Independent assumes to^be a sir.ng advocate of patronage to^Montana...

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 February 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PREnflYTEKIAn chibch. I.EWisroWN Regular service. ^re held erery^Sunday morning ^t 11:00 o'clock. Sab'jmth achool^every danday ^t 3:00 p. m. Chriili.nEndu^^or .Society meet, every Tl.uri-^u.r .Toning at 7:30. Geo.Edwards Pastor. methodistMM^Lewistown^Service every Sunday morning at^1 o'clock, and evening at 7:30. Sunday Kchool be^^fore morning service- Prayer meeting every^Wednesday evening.I', r. hawk. Pastor rUUMOE.^ Monthly appointments^1st Sun^^day, 1 bet, at 11 a. ni. and 7 p. m.; Beaver t****;^:;rd Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7 p. in.; phi br...^k,-Jnd^Sunday, 11a. m. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek, 4tn^Sunday, 11 a. m. Iaslor's residence, Philbrook. K.M. (haven. Pastor LOCALHAPPENINGS till! t Mum mi ^ Im Whoiulv^TtiHe^In winter, Mitriin; An.l(all.^Itilt winer vet^At*' t hey, you lief ,^Who never let ll|i Atall. ^ Mm. I!.mlLittle's ad. on editorial page.^Tiki; Of MM] your watch to I^ittle's^tor MCMaira, Kidianl^^ies of MakUn was at the^county seat Tuesday. Aranelmiati was ...

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 February 1894

ARAILROAD JOURNEY. Ilit before this maH'ic window, and the world runspa-^t. Revolvinglike a wheel, whose hither rim^Whirls fast lx neath ray gMaV whose thither^edge roll.-* slow.^And tliese the MMM that reel by endlessly:^Green KlisteninK seas of corn unto^bintf feath^^ers of brow n spu me.^And yellow shored with bcache^ of ripe^wheat. Which,like Ulysses feigning madness, farmers drivealong^And sheaf in heaps of rich, unsterile gold.^Unceasing meadows leveled unto oceanic calm Andsprinkled with faint tinkling herds that graze Andwind hoofed colts that flee us, half foi^fear and half for fun:^Hills dotted with snowdrifts of huddled sheep; Thickshadowed forest1* haunted by lithe Dry^^ads fond of flowers^And thirsting alway for cool deeps of shade.^Bnt hear the sudden roar that shoots with us^the trestlcd stream.^Come gavlv sauntering its winding path.^Which leads from wide skied hills through^dingy twilights of big towns.^And fill unto the everlasting sea.^Betimes our ten^i*st footed ...

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 February 1894

H ^rjcai Society Vol. XL No. 29. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1894. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. cx-iiuo(Cottwtu ^riiue weeklyby JOHNM VROUMAN, Editor and Proprietor. tntsrsd^t Lewistown P O ^s second clsssmsttsr 12.501.50^1.00 TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in advance.) I'oryear^^.^^.. 3iKmonthsmmmwm Tureemonths ..... AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: Oneyear_~-*3.00 Sixmouths-2-00 Threemonths- l-*0 ADVERTISINGRATES: Oneinch, one insertion-I 1.00 Oneinch, one monthmwm^mmm^m-mm^mm 8.00 Oneinch, six months^ 15.00 Oneinch o,lc Tear- 24.00 St-osl rates given on large space and standing^advertisements. Loal notices 15 cent* per line, strial advertisements payable strictly in ad- ,11I K I VI ROSTER. StateDirectory. Governor^John E. Rirkards l.ieutenaatGovernor.Alex. C. Botkin Memberof Congress_....Chss. S. Hartman Secretaryof State--Louis Rotwitt Treasurer.....^-^^ W. W. Wiight...

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 February 1894

jFerane(Ccmutu 3lrmte. UWHUWiTHL'RSDAY, Feb. 15. 1*4.^OFFICIAL PAPER OF FERGUS COUlfTY. NMMwkkki.y by JOHNM. VROONAN, * Editor and Proprietor. Thebill repealing the federal elec^^tion laws passed the senate by a vote^of M to _'S. It19 a queer state of affairs when^American wool is being shipped to free^trade England to find a market on a^free wool basis. Thepeople of Hawaii should invite^Minister Willis to take a long voyage^and it he refuses to take the hint kick himinto the sea. Ofcourse Mr. Cleveland's Hawaiian^policy will be sustained in the house.^In the language of Mr. Flanagan,^' What are they there for. Thehard times has seriously affected^the matrimonial market. Free trade^is unpopular in Cupid's domain. The^gentler .sex demand protection. Vaillant,the bomb throwing anar^^chist, lost his head one day last week,^(irover Cleveland and Walter Cf^Gresham lost theirs several months^ago. Itis said the groundhog came out of^his hole on the 2nd inst. on schedule^time, hut upon lear...

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 February 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PREn BYTE HI A N CHt'RCH. I.F.wisrows^Kt.^ular service^ ^re held eTer-*^RuihU^ mumiiiK at IMtVatMk. s^b'.^th Mbuol^ever^ diindar at :^:(^ p. ^ Tll^r, rViiimafTit ^ '-*r raw daj.Teuing at 7:3u. ^ mtfh plu^tor.^MM C'lll RCH.^I-kw istoW*^ Servite every Sunday uinniiiiK at^1 o'clock, and evening at T:'M. .-unday txiliool be^^fore luoming ^rvice- Prayer meeting every^MedueiNlay evening.I', r HAWK. h an tor rmJMML-Montlilyappoinlmei.t*^ l^t Sun-^lay. I'liet at 11 a. m. and 7 p. in.; Beaver ( nek.^Uti Sunday. 11 a. in. and 7 p. in.: J'lii r.rook. -na^and 7 p. m ; Willow creek. ^b Sunday. 11 a. lu. ana 7 p.^Sunday, 11 a. in. Iaslor's residence, l'hilbrook. M.t'baye.n. Paster R. LOCALHAPPENINGS. MissMaggie A. Nickolson and Will-^iitin Newton of Philbrook, were uni-^1e^l in marriage at the Presbyterian^manse, in Lewistown, on We latwUj^evening of last week, Rev. Kdwards^officiating. The bride has been a^resident of the county about a year. Thegroom has many friends in Lew- j ...

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 February 1894

HEFORESTALLED COLUMBUS. HowAmerica XVmm First Discovered by a^Scandinavian Boy. Almost450 years before Christo^^pher Columbus was born America^was discovered by a Scandinavian boy^named Biorn, 6on of Hergolf. He^was known by no other title, for in^those days sons did not share the fa^^ther's name. Inthe year 1002. Hergolf, an Ice^^land colonist, fitted out two small^vessels for a trading voyage to the^Greenland settlement and placed^one of these under the command of^bis son Biorn. a youth of 16 years,^who having been bred to the sea al^^most since infancy had mastered the^details of bis profession by the time^that he arrived at an age when other^boys commence their apprenticeship. Whennear the southern coast of^Greenland, Biorn's ship encountered^a heavy northeasterly gale, which^lasted several days and drove his ves^^sel far to the south and west. The^storm broke in the night, and when^morning dawned he discovered a^strange land close aboard. Sailing^along the coast for some distan...

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 February 1894

HistoricalSociety cx*il^^(Comttu Jkl'pM* riBl Ml.,. WEEKLY BY JOHNM VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. bntaredat Le*i*town P O as second class matter^TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid io adrance.) ne year-._^........ $-.50 -ixmonths l..r)0 1 .. months^^ 1.00 AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: iidcyear^I3.U0 siamonths-_ 2.00 Threemonth* 1.50 ADVERTISINGRATES: Oneinch, one insertion..t 1.00 Oneinch, one monthmmmommmm-mi 3.00 'ii.. inch, ill months_ 15.00 trueinch oi,_ vear^~ 24.00 saM rates niven on large space and standing^ad .'crtisemeuta. Loal notices 15 cents per line. R^*'^ ial advertiaetueuta payable strictly in ad- OFFIIItL ROUTER. m.h.-Directory. (iovernor~_John E. Rickards LieutenantGovernor.......Alex. C. Botkin McmlwroffaMMWi-. liartman Secretaryuf StateI^Rutwitt Treasurer_F. W. Wiigbt AuditorA. B. Cook Attorney(ieneral......Henri J. iiaskel! ChiefJustice Supreme Court VV. Y. reiulier on .... a~ _, ] E. N. Harwood AssociateJustices Supreme Cuiirt ^ |j x^eWitt ClerkSupreme Court........Benj. Webst...

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 February 1894

efiiite^^omtttf ^rjjwe. LKWISTOWN,TUl'BSDAY, Feb. !4. OFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY. JOHN mUHiweekly by M.VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. DaveHill has again discomfited hin^enemy, Grover Cleveland, by defeating^l'eokham for associate justice of the^supreme court. Theanti-free wool petition presented^in the United States senate is signed^by thirty thousand woolgrowers own^^ing one seventh of all the sheep in the^United States. Thereare three younger men in con^^gress than Charles S. Hartman of this^state. They are Thomas Settle of^North Carolina, 28; Joseph Bailey of^Texas, 31; Claude S. Swanson of Vir^^ginia, 31. Mr. Hartman is 33. Montana,fortunately, was out of the^path of the recent blizzard that swept^across the country. It was a terrible^storm from all accounts. Many peo^^ple lost their lives by freezing while all^business was suspended in a number^of localities. Thelaboring men of the country are^paying rather dear for the small bene^^fit the free traders claim they will re...

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 February 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. VHEnSYTEKIANCHl'KCH. I.KWisrowsRegular MrTlcea aiv hel.I M^Kaaica m..ruin* at ll:o^^ o'clock. Sati'iath school rn-rvr-itnlay at 1:00 p. 'liri'tiiin Kii.l. avur .Society meet, every riiur-- dayavciung at- . '1,1,1. ti^WAHW Pastor. MMMiclirKCH.^i^KW|.^t^^wn^Service wiry Mtnday luoniinir at^I o'clock, ami evening at ~:m. Sunday School be^^fore morning service- l'rayer meeting every^Wadacadai oening. L'. r. Hawk. Pantor. I'IIILHKoiK.^Monthly a|^|h,ililinei.L^l^t Him-^rlav, DM, m 11 a. di. and ^ p. aa.j Heaver Creek. .-unday. 11 a. 111. and 7 p. m.: I'M ^^^^*. ^^d^Sunday, 11 a. m. and 7 v. m ; Willow creek, 4th^M.ii'lay, 11 a. m.^1 aMor'n residence, Phllhrook. K.M CRAVEN. i'aator. LOCALHAPPENINGS. ThePottf Mer^antile Co. sueceeils^to the bOTMMM of T. c Power A Bro.^of Lewistown. lireitt bargains will be^Q#JSfSjd by the new OO^fj. Kead^their (i^ivert isement. iUaVdLittle'* tvd. on editorial Jiaye. MamimkmAmmm. Ot Anderson and ChilliesHhoden visited the county^neat hist we...

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 February 1894

asong of sunlight. Lifeanil death, ami the |^wer of. love. Mid the strengthof laughter:^Mu-i^- ^f hattle anil ships that sail away to thewest; Allthat hath gone before and all that follow- ethafter: Themad. blind struggle for gold, and the^restler- ^ seeking for rest^^The brain reels round with them all, and^weariness is their name:^Come to the long, low moorland and here,^e'er the winter win it^^Where the broom, like a sunlit beacon flashes^in golden flame^^The music of wi::d and water, of the bee and^the mountain linnet. Blueis the sky overhead and purple the^heather about us.^Far on the dim horizon the white sails gleam inthe haze. Onei- the dre.im within and the song that is ourswithout us.^The joy of the sun steeped present, struck freefrom the whirl of days.^Hark! How she sings in the fern a passionless1 songof content.^The wren, now hanging a moment where the foxglove'sbells are shaken.^Now by the water's edge the iris bowed aa she went. Weavingher melody out of the sweets by...

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. — 1 March 1894

HistoricalSociety Jorgtt Vo}.XI. No. 31. LEWISTOWN,FERG-US COUNTY, MOST., THURSDAY, MA KG II 1, 1894. Price10 Cts. republicanin politics, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, agricultural, stock and wool INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, f-cvotteCinuvtu ^x-^ito pubi.ihki) w kick l y by JOHNM VROOMAN, Editor and Proprietor. tntsrsdat Le-ntown P O as second classm^tt^r TERMSOF .SUBSCRIPTION:^(If |^ai,l in advance.I itne rearI'J 50 -inmonths^ Lsn T.n.o uiontlm-- '-,J,J AKTEKTHIRTY DAYS: On*yearfcl.OO Sisniuntba 2-^0 i in uiodium MM ADVERTISING-RATES: Oneincti. on* in^^rtioii_f 1.00 Ouoiacli, one month^-~ 8.00 Oneinch, tii months- 15.U0 on.-inch tm visr - 21.00 SMsal rale;. Bsessl uu large space auj Ml anding^aj i-rtiMMuenta. Lai] uuticen l'M enlH |ier line. -rt ial advertisements payable strictly in ad- OlI II I 11. It ON I K K . MateDirector*-. (iovirn.)rJohn E. Kirkarda LieutenantGovernor...^Alex. C. Botkin McnilierolPmmjim^ fists' S. llartman^K'crelary of Stale X^SI Kotwitl Tnawrs*_^ f....

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. — 1 March 1894

JFeriiuo(Coimtu SVx*i*mo. I.KWIStown*Tliri:.--nAY. March I, :^\.^OFFICIAL PAPER OF FEEGUS COUNTY. Pirlll-IMHKUWKKKI.Y UY JOHNM VROOMAN. ^ Editor and Proprietor. TheUnited State* senate has done^one patriotic- tiling. It met on Wash^^ington's hirthday and listened to lite^remliiiK of the Declaration of Indetien-^dence. Saysthe Kiver 1'ress: ^With har^silver at tti, wheat al ^^'.^, wool at 10^and a counterfeit American as presi^^dent, tin- lu^g heralded days of Demo^^cratic cheapness are upon us. TheLive .Stock hoard of Chicago is^coming in contact witli lumpy-jawed^cottle. Koi Uitmti lv there are very few,^if any, Montana cattle on the CMeagQ^market tinmm itsjra. They are not that^kind of '-critters^ anyhow. Mgfceven in good times, say nothing^of the present w hen all property has^shrunk in value ahout one-half. Whetherenough money can be^rai-nl under the new appiaisement to^meet the expenses of the county with^^out a higher levy remains to be seen.^Probably with the strictest econom...

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. — 1 March 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY PRESBYTERIANMM LBWIktownRegular services ^re h^*M e*er^'^SmiJaj-m orning ^t 11 :'^)o'clock. sab'^^lli school^rv, rv Sunday at :;:^^^ p- ni. Ofcflsttasaaj4^T^f BacialJ^day eTcning at 7:.; meetsevery Thurs- IIEo.Kuwakds Pastor.^MMi MM^Lewistow.n^Service every Sunday morning at^1 s'slnS. and evening at !:.'^. Sunday Scliool i*-^/ore iiioruiiig service- 1'rayer meeting every^Wednesday evening.L'. r. HAWK. Pastor. nuiMMLMonthly MMMM-M ^^^^-^dav. l U t. at 11 a in and 7 p. m.; Heaver ^ reek.^SrJ siindav. 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Phi ^ r .ok. -^nd^Min.lay. l'l a. m. an.l 7 p. m ; Willow creek^Sunday, 11 a. m. i*^:^^; residence. I'tailhrook. K.M. CRAVES. Pastor 4th LOCALHAPPENINGS. VEBYDEAR Thefollowing ^ill he appreciated bf^nil as a clever parody: Howilenr to imr heiirt in C.ihIimi Htii^Hcri|^tioii(^Winn I he pMM Hiiliru rilM-r I'reHciilMit ti^ view!^Hut the limn who tliiu'l |^uy Werefriiin Iriini dssSSSJStl Kor|MTlia|m. uentle SSSKaV r, Tliutman might he you. RiverPress: The...

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. — 1 March 1894

ASONG OF SIGNS. Ifound ii |^in beside the way mi.- air ^o deceivin^^If fortune favors roe today,^Tli:^ one's wuili believin. Yrinv shoulder glows the moon U'n-j ir so deceivin^^If 1 l. eci frciDi ProsiKT'sspoon.^Tins one's wuth believin. Mylove fnund a clover leaf Vigilsair so decei\ ill -^It-', n.nmmieslocricf, Thisone's wuth believin. AImrsolc-e'e uailed above my door i^nsair so deceivin^^If luck follows everruore, Tliisone's wuili believin. VilliKan- I met tM lambs at iday- Siifiisair sti dt'i-i'ivin ^^And are were MlfW \estrrday^^Tula one's wuth believin. -DojmcUobinson in CYntury. PMtaaafjMaalKiiittine;. Whenit is diftirult to choose a gift^for a Mead, ^iVhi'MimIIj the best^plan is to fjiTB Utothing that one^has Im-1'11 at mbm pains to make OneOta imagine that Catherine^Die Grift, Willi^ uf Russia, and^Voltaire, the Fivmli philosopher,^might have lx-en puzzled to know^what really welcome presents to send^each other, since the empress had^everything that wealth eould buy.^and 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. — 8 March 1894

m icty Vol.XI. Xo. 32. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1894. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. -crgite^oimtu ^LrgM* PUBLISHEDWEEKLY BY JOHNM VROOM AN. Editor and Proprietor. tntsredat Lewutown P O as second class matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in ^^iv^uce.) 'me fM^-mmm^t- so *lxmonths IM T.nv- mutitbg~ I'00 AFTEKTHIRTY DAYS: OneyearS3.00 Sixniontha^- 2.00 Tnreemonths 1.50 ADVERTISINGRATES: Oneinch, one insertion-i n % 1-00 Oneinch, one monthmmnmm^-^ 3.00 Oneinch, sii months- 15.00 Oneinch o,,^ Tear- ^ 24.00 Srntmmi rates give^ on large space and standing^ad vt-rtisements. Loal notices 15 cents per line. i.advertisemenU payable strictly in ad- OFFICIAL.ROSTER. StateDirectory. f/grgflTTT n 1John E. Rickards I.ieutenautGovernor.Alex. C. Botkin MemtwrufCongress..... .^ na*. S. Hsrtiuan Secretaryof State^Louin Rotwitt Treasurermmmwmmm F. W. Wiiglit AuditorA. B. Cook ...

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 March 1894

IFergue(Comtti* 2^rnue. LKWISTOWN,THURSDAY,March 8. '94. OFFICAL PAPER OF FERGUS COUNT!. pubusucdweekly by JOHNM. VROONAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. ifbe had to close those in America to^carry out bis pet theory. Would^cheapness and low taxation amount to^anything if there was no profit in busi^^ness and labor. Low taxes are no^boon to idle men or ruined industries. Bland'sseigniorage bill passed the^house on the first inst. by a vote of 167 to130. GeneralJubal A. Early died at his^home in Lynchburg, Virginia, on^March 2d. Martiallaw has been declared in the^coal fields of West Virginia, while 4,000^coal miners are idle in one Ohio dis^^trict. Surely these are good old Dem cratictimes. JasJ. Corbett had to go all the way^to Jacksonville to learn that be was^not guilty of prize fighting. The ver^diet should have been wired Jim and^saved him traveling expenses. He^was simply playing with Mitchell. ShelbyEli Dillard propounds and^answers his own conundrum as follows^^Why is Grover Cleve...

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 March 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY PKKnBYTKKIANchurch. IMMWHI^Regular services ^re held^f^un^U^ morning at 11:1*1 o'clock. ^^ab'^ath school^every Sunday at :t:uo p. m. CbriallanHI Society uieetn every 1 burs- i*jweuing at 7:3U. ^ El)WABD9 P^,^r. METHODISTMM^LKWfTOWM^ Service every Sunday morning at^1 o'clock, and evening at 7::m. Sunday School be^^fore morning service- l'rayer meeting every^Wednesday evening.D. F. HAWK. Pastor. 1'llILBBooK.Monthly appointment*^1st Sun^^day, t'tiet. at 11 a. aa. and 7 p. m.; Beaver ''r***'^Hrd Sunday, 11 a. in. and 7 p. ui.: fU hnx^k. '-'lid^Sunday, 11 a. lu. and 7 p. ui ; Willow tm k. 4tb^Mm.lav. 11 a. in iaMor* re^i'U ii^ c. I'hillirook. K.M CRAVEN. J'astor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. TheBower sheep, 5,000 in nmn t^t^f,^which were unloaded at Big .Sandy a^few days ago because of the cold in OctoberMr. Hilger wired Mr. Peck to^-^-]l a thousand head, which he did^and by so doing enable 1 Mr. Hilger to NorthDakota, were reloaded jester- realize $1.34 per head for his ship-^day an...

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 March 1894

WHAT,VfHEN, WHO, ETC. Pray,what did T. Buchanan Read Atwhat iid E. A. Poe^^What I^lI!^^^ did Elizur Wright^^And wh :re did E. P. KueV IcThomuJHardy nowadays IsKider Hatotard pale^^fa Mlmit Savage^ Osrar Wilde^^And Edward Everett Hale WasLaurence Sterne^ Was Hermann^Grimm WasEdw ard Young^ John Gay^^Jonathan Swift^ and old John Bright^^And why was Thomas Gray WasJohn Brown^ and Is J. R. Green ChiefJustice Taney quite^^fa William Hlack- B. D. Blarkmore MarkLemon^ H. k. White WasFrancis Bacon lean In streaks JohnI.uckling vealy^ Pray.^Was afcafj mnch given to the pen AreUmb's tales sold today DidMary Mapes Dodge Just In time Did('. D. Warner^ Flow^^At what did Andrew Marvell so DoesEdward Whymper now Whatgoodies did Rose Terry Cooke OrRichard Boyle beside^^That gave the wicked Thomas Paine, Andmade Mark Akenslde WasThomas Tickell-ish at all DidRichard Steele. 1 ask^^Tell me, has George A. Sala suit DidWilliam Ware a mask DoesHenry Cabot Lodge at home JohnHome Tooke what and when^^fa Go...

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