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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 19 April 1894

6'oc C0ttttt Vrol.XI. Xo. 38. LEWISTOWX,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1894. Price 10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, i-cvijtt*C^mttu Avatto Fl'BLI.HKI)weekly by JOHNM VROOMAN, Editor and Proprietor tntered at Le^ istow n P O as second class matter TERMSOf SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in advance.) no yearmm-^^ f.~50 -11aasaatfca1-50 T.... uioiitlia-- ^^^* AKTKKTHIRTY DAYS: MyearW ^ -i x t !i.^'^*^*** Tuva*munili... t.50 ADVERTISINGKATES: ..,^.- ii,e^.^^iie insertion........S 1.00 Oneinch, one month-~~ *-00 Out-inch, -^^- month.-* 15.00 UMinch vear^^M uu -, tmm Utmm on larne ..pace and standing a,lertiaeiuenta. IAt al notlcea 1^. cenla per line. ,!a4^l rti.i mcnta payable atrictly in ail- OFKKIAI. ROSTER. MateUtreelorv. OamiatJohn e. Rl.aarda l.icutenaniUvvaraof-Alex. ^: Rotkin Memberul ConaraaaCha*. s. Hartmau he.mtarj ..( AiataUiii^ ^^^!*^^' I'=- ai^ (..^. miiffv'i SS2 thief Juatice Baan...

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. — 19 April 1894

$*Vflix*Comttu Arnue. UtWISTOWX,THl'RsDAY, April in, *M OFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COUHTY. 1'IHI.IHIUI) UKKKI.Y BY JOHNM. VROOMAN, * Editor and Proprietor. DttvMDudley Field, the eminent^lawyer, died in New York on the l:ith^in^t. N.va.li has sent out $.Vi0,0OO,(K)O in^silver ami Bold, $-J0O,000,(K^0 of which^1'iiine from the Comstock mines. ItalyprodOOed f.T.^oOO.OUO (^^lions of^wine last year. Who wouldn't he min-^iatei to Italy if he were offered the job.' Alate invention in a scheme to il^^luminate keyholes. The want of some-^thing of this kind has laag been felt by clubmen. UhodeI-land is a small state^larjje enough to contain a ballot^full of protests against Cleveland^free trade. butbox^and TheHnvernor of Wyoming may in^vite the governor of Montana to take i^drink a little later, but at present their^relation* MM somewhat strained. Itdoes nut yet look as if the Kepul^licMM will carry Texas this year, but^the rising tidal wave may even reach^that miraculous altitude of possibilit...

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. — 19 April 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY lIti - i ^ 11! AN I m m il. I.f.wisroWNRegular service, are held every laidmorning au.1 owning except the lir^t bun-^il^T of . ^. h montli. Smb^^.th nhool every (tun-^. 1 iv ^t SrSS p. Ml (hrl^ti^n Endeavor Society meets every iniirs-^ilsy evening at 7:*^. 4EMKM.-Service- morning anil evening tint^Suli.luv ^t fin h month ^t Christian Wiednian's. Ki-WAKH-Pastor. METHODISTCHl'KCH. it \* Rfrawa ^Service every Sunday morning at^1 s^*^ 1.., k, a%4 *-v*-iiing at 7::lu. Sunday 8choolbe- fan inniK MTvice- 1'rayer meeting every \\..Ii^ -..la^ i i. niiig.I . r. HA^K. Pastor. I'll11.lilt.-ok.^Mont iii) ^j.poiiitmeut^^Ut Sun- in.;Beaver free*.^.; I'hi.l-rook, 'Jnd^Willow i reck. ttb iluy.i del. at 11 a. ni. and 7 p.^:^.r-i Sull.liiv, IJ a. ni. and^.-^in.lay. II a. lu. and 7 p.^Sunday, 11a. ui.^i aaaT^l mbMmm a, 1'hlUirook. k.m. Craven, faator LOCALHAPPENINGS. BandLittle's ad. on editorial page.^Read notice of liotel property for Newswas received here by telephone | Copp's Mining...

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. — 19 April 1894

THEDUST-HOI MAN. Oneof the Many Queer Character* to Be SeenIn Lomlou street*. Asit in now morning, writes a Lon^don correspondent of the Boston Her^^ald, we shall see some Diekenslike^eli;uac-ters. What American fails to^find such of interest^ Listen! A^strange cry hursts on the ear. Pres^^ently we make it out. It is ^Dust-^Vtoi! Dust-hoi!^ Then a man ap^^pears, walking beside a huge cart and^plodding horse. He is one of the reg^ular parish collectors of dust and^cinders. He has his rounds in this^partic ular vestry twice a week. He^comes to your side house entrance^door, which is also your servant's or^tradesman's door, and removes your^refuse; in big ljaskets. Thetradition is that you pay him^nothing, as you are entitled, being a^househ^ Mar and ratepayer, to have^your dust bin cleared at such times as^you wish. Ordinarily this is alxmt^once in three weeks. You must not^empty green vegetable parings in the^bin. These must be burned. Like^most traditions, it is honored better^in 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. — 26 April 1894

HistoricalSociety Vol.XI. No. LBWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY* MONT., THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1894. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. gtV0Mm O'inuttu ^.i-iiu* rSMHinwkbklv BY JOHNM^ VROOMAN, Editor.'and Proprietor. tnteredat Le*i^to*n P O as second class matter TKUMSOF SUBSCRIPTION:^(If paid in advance.) Itmm year^^^- $2.50 |irM ii...tnaci_ l.W AFTKKTHIRTY PAYS: y.-.ir$3.00 Sixmulllhs-^^^2.00 Tlirrfmonth* 1M ADV^ KIM M KATES : Oaainou.on* tsaaawtaaas,_.....$ 1.00 Oneinch, out: month~.-. 5.00 on.im ti.-.1 x months 15.00 Uminrli aa*j vcar- -^ 24.00 s. c.al rale* given on large apace and standing^ad 'Tl i^^-mcnta. Laaj aaaJaaa sf Mali ner line. ,^^.ial advertisements payable strictly in ad-^va mc. OI'FIIIAL KOSTKK. stairOlrrclorv- OavarMf. ..^Lieutenant liuvernor John E. Ki. karda Alex. C Hotltin lleaslsaralI^Wagraaa.CtMaa. s. iiartiuan .r.-tar, of Stale.Laaaa Kuiwiti Ii * urn ret_1^. \V. Wngbt Audito...

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. — 26 April 1894

I.i:\VISTOWX,THl'RSDAY, April 2H, i^4. OFFICIAL PAPER OF FEBODB COUNTY PUBLISHEDWKtKI.Y HY JOHNM. VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor, Hroi-kcnridgesays he will ac.nn be a^candidate for congress. He is a lit^candidate at large for oblivion. Thepress of the state will have a^W^^d word for Jerry Collins, the suc-^eastM candidate for receiver of the^Helena land office. AdtotingaMMd ^-tatesman and a^I.rave Boldiw have died in the past ten^d i\- -Senator Vance of North Caro^^lina ami Henry W. Slocuin of New-^York. Withthe DllIII ^rwVf trial, a Dem-^neratae congress and (^oxey'^ army.^W a-liinglon has a corner on sensations^this year. It is hard to determine^\\h.ch is the greatest ^lisi;race. t'ol.Hre.-k^Miridge returned to hi^seal in the house last week. He dui^not receive a \ cry cordial greeting aim^-..on I. nr. d lo the cloak room. Hi^nrctns.nl Stall for a Is*) moments^that i.e could take shelter in a ^closed^carriage.^ Wehear nothing these days about^the admission of Utah, Arizona anil^...

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. — 26 April 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. mKBYTKRIA N CHl'BCH. LBWaMeWaKegulur service* sre heM every^^-Uinta) morning ami 1-vi-niiig- except Ihe lirat Sim-^.l^y at sash MMi Ssb'uuh * hiwl ererf Sun Jy itt :t:uu p. m. 'hnstian btem '^^^^^ ^'eets every lliur*-^day (*\ciiiiiK ^ 7:.i^. \i' ^ \M BsFsflsai morning *lnl evening tiril^Kumlat ..l i i. Ii in..nlli :it lliri.ilian Wiediuan'a. t*Ki. bVUM 1'aslor. IMMMcm Ki H.^Lkwi!.t*iwn^Service every Sunday muming at^1 .. . I... k. mmi evening ul 7::W. Sunday School t^e^fure in..riling *^-rvice- I'rayer meeting every'^Wc.lncs.iay . i.-ning.I . V. HAWK. mm I'llI i.lti.i^ - K.^Monthly appointment*^1*1 Sud-^mmj, 1 Ul. at II a iii and 7 p. in.; Beaver Creek,^^ i,i -.in.lav. 11 a. in. and 7 p1'hl 1-riM.lt. M Mill.lay.II a. in. and 7p in.; Willow treek. 4th^r- un.lay. 11 a. mi. Ia-.li.l - n-iidi-lM-c. I'liillirook. K.M. i'ravkn. Panlor LOCALHAPPENINGS. ReadLittle's ail. on adit octal paga Takeor Jaod your watch to Uttlt'l^lor repairs. 11tigii Given of Fort Maginnis was^at ...

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. — 26 April 1894

AVOICE FROM THE TOMB. ItSpoke In ^ BhM Ml Told ^ Tale of OtanRttyHorror. TheR^-v. Mr. RsttridgS was on.e^the vn-.ir of a iiari^h in the suburbs^of London. He had the BBat#rtt*M^to ln^e a favorite son. \vho^e ImhIv^was interred in a vault in the church.^Two nights after the interment Mr.^Partridire dreamed tliat he saw his^Bon, haluted in a shroud utiotted with^blood, the expression of his counte^^nance being that of ftpenm eti.lur-^iasj some piiroxysm of acute paiu. 'Father,father,^ he cried, ^come^and defend me! They will not let DM^re-t quiet in my coffin. TheapjKtrition was so vivid that^the dreamer awoke, trembling from^excitement. He ar^rued with him-^Felf that it war- the rer-ult of the grief^he felt on account of his sou's death,^and after awhile managed to over^^come his agitation and po to sleep^again. But it seemed to him that he^BCTOCljf lo^t conx ii msne^ when the^vision rea;^]^eared. beseeching more^ptteooaly than lajfoin that his father^would come to Ins aiil. as they ...

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. — 3 May 1894

HistoricalSociety Vol.XI. ^ No. 40. LJCWISTOWN,FERGUS COlWTV, Mo.NT., Til U USD AY, MAY 3, 1894. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, MUMHVIIU1 by^JOHN M. VEOOMAN, Editor and Proprietor tntcfedat Le^viito*nPO *s second clats mattar TKKMS4 ^ W S D BS( IK r R EOH: (U|^ai^l in bAwmbwI BMyrar^mmm f'-.^O ill IllOllthltM..MM-MMNMWMHMINMH fM month*- Wl Ui hi: THIRTY [^AYS;^t ^!!^^ y^-ar$3.00 MmmmmMi Tur*** uiuiilh*- 1.64) ADVERTISINGKATES: oneinc i. ^it*- insertion9 1.00 oneinch, one ini'iith^ S.00 On,inch, -i^ mouth. 15.00 ifur i ^^^-1. ^inv vear^^ 24.00 -ratal (ha ^u large space anil .lauding a-l.-it ix'iiM'litn. \aia\ uotlcea !^'^ cent, par Una. hMH'lal adverttaeuieiila |payahle strictly in ad- IIKrilI VI. ro^tkk. Man-MmMrT ..v. rn.ir.. John K. Kickar,!* LieutenantuMMMI M-iiiImt of Couijre-i-, Haatasaejaf Buaa haMMiM^~~ Auditor_ AttataafU^^t^. (Tbiat*Jaatta* lifffMM ^ :ourt... A iatc .lu^l ice...

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. — 3 May 1894

l.KWISTOWN,THI KSDAV. May ^.*^*. OFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY KlUMMtWKKkl.Y HV JOHNM. VROOMAN, ^ Editor and Proprietor. Tin-a-.-.istallt ittHM) gMMfltl of ttl^' Vniti.dSt:it.--. \ia^ ili-iiileti that any^train vhieti coatai^ nail em m ^ mail^tram. HmMart- limes wlii-n iln-r^- is MM^salisfartiim in living ell from a railroad^line, .lu-t MOV mm to hi- dm of tin- HWi Defeatthe W'il-on I ^i 11 and o|.eii the^faetorie- ami tnill^ of ihe country an^t^t'oxey's army will M MaysMSw one-half^in thirlv ilavs. W'ln-nmensttuek two years Bflfl it^was for a greater share of thi'ir MM-^oloyer's profits. The strikes today are^a^ain-t starving wn^*'s. Anexrhan^'t- say^, ^The DuMMMM^in MtMSTSSS MMM to he taking ^ 11^ with^Keed, while those outside of congress^a|^|iear to he joining MeKinley. Clevelandmust he an im|ier\ion-^olil eu-s if he e.in (ja/.e upon the dis^tress and ruin his iioliev has hrou^'ht^about in the country and then sleep^soundly at nights. iSoOfrMMMI Spriicr was riyht^when he said t...

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. — 3 May 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PKF.*YTKHIAN chi Ki ii. I.KWlTimv^KcguUr WHM are Ml erery^P^il] morning ami i-vi-ning exri*|^l Ihe lir*l Sun-^tagaaMStfc. Sah'mlli MMmQ .la al Mi l^ ^^ chriMMiiKn.l. a^^i^^ i' l) ma-a-la eviTjr Ilium-^liay wvi-iim*; at 7:ifc*.^ABaiauj Saarri*aa morning ^^^^) ratal in-i KunUajuCrai li iHi n CMM WirJuimn '^. i.l.n.Kl'WAKHt Pastor.^NfcTllllliIsT i hi iii H.^I.l ul-luviv ~.-r. ii ^^ i-u-i) RvllVBHltal *t^1 ^i'^ to^ k. uml aaallliug al 7:.:u. Sunday Stliool l^ai- ;..romnia: M-rncic I'rayer lurHtng ntry Wmmjnnk| ^'^ r. Ha^k. I'mior.^PMILaauoa - M^fal| iMriMi 1^' smi- cliv.I Ul. al II a ^^^ ami 7 |. in , Heavi-r ^ 'ri^ik. r.iWlf, II a in. an.l 7 ,^ m , I'l^ ^*^^^^. -'^^^^sumUy. II ^. hi ami 7|.. in.; RMN ir.ik.llli^Mimlay, 11 a. in. IaMur'n n-ciili-liri', I'hillironk. K.M I'RaYEN. l'aator LOCALHAPPENINGS. Dr.A E KroNMr, Dentist. ReadLittla'a ml. on editorial pagp. Thefrwky lambs arc piwhotiw^ on IIn' 4IVCU. Take^u oen^l your ^^tch to Laittla'a^lor n*pairs. .1.II. Moe viait...

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. — 3 May 1894

THELONELINESS OF DEATH. Thesilent chariot Htandeth at the door; ThehouM- IiiisIiimI and still from roof to floor. Noueheard the sound of its ui^ sterioua wbevla. Veteach its presence feels. Nochumpint; hit. no tramp of pawing Meed;^All dark an^l silent up and down the street.^And yet thou luayst not keep it waiting there Forone lasi ki-s or prayer. Thywords, with some strange other inter^^changed, Strikecold across us like loved eyes e-tranged^Ti lth Ikiafji that are not fraught, or tilings ihat are^Fade hkf a sun struck star. Andthou, loo weak mill H^mii/iil to lift^Tie- cup to quench thy dy ing thirst or shift^Thy pillow s. now w it h^^ut our help must rise Norwail our ministries. Thou.I^\ wm Mil uri-ln-il. must go forth alone.^None sec thee fondly to thedoor, not one.^No head is turned to see thee go; we stay^\\ I., if tlcti ait not ami J^ray. Nopanel iuir- thy white, re^i-tli^i feet;^Oil w a IN are mi^t to I hec; out on the st reet^Jt wait*, it wails for thee, for theealoue.^Ari...

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. — 10 May 1894

HistoricalSociety JFergtts Vol, xi. No, n LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTT, MONT., THURSDAY, MAY 1^^, 1894. Priceiu Cts. kepublicanin politics, and devoted to the mineral, agricultural, stock and wool interests of the great judith country. 4;cx'tuioO^nmttf Avon* MUMWfMUay^JOHN M. VROOMAN. Editor and Proprietor. tnteredat l.e^iito*n POassecond class matt^tr TERMS^)K SUBBCRIPTIOll: flfin rilMMj ur^4'^r^ WUM ~,\lilutllle -^^^ I.W T luolitha, uu AKIF.KTHIRTY KAYS; Itin- M^tS.OO -ivtuoliltln-~ Titrft-montha l-irti A1)VKRTIS1NO RATES : Omiuv t. mm inuertion..mm~M 1.00 tint*iii^ h, om- month S^00 Onein^ Ii, itJ KiitnlhH^m 15.00 On.-inch on,, vcar- ^ 24.00 sn ul raicn ^-1 v in ^^u large apar*^ and itanUiog il xTllX-lllfltlH. Ia al n^^l MM M MM! |mt line. riMstolB-.Tertiaeuienta |^ayat^lt* -iri.ii^ in a^i- BANK TbomasF. Oakes,Henry C. Payne, HenryC. Rouse, Receivers. -OF- ^ll It I \l. K tlx I IK MalrUlrrrlorv* QmmTw.inii. iila--We^ jr Kirkants l.i.-iten i d t ItfMM^Alex. *'. rUrfkiii MfinhrroiUmmj^,....

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. — 10 May 1894

4erntt^* (Cvnottu, .Avinto. LKWISTOWS,THCmOAT, Maj lit. in.^OFFICIAL PAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY. I'llll Islll ll MM KV JOHNM. VROOMAN, * Editor and Proprietor. Itis lianl to ileterinine wliich is the^greater ilisgrace, ('levelnnUi^in or Cox.^eyiam. Bmiatorhuah 15- Btockbridge of^Mu lligan ilioil M Idenly M GUaMJO on UmM mmC CoxoyMlmita tliat lie was once^a Democrat. Hut even f'oxey is^a-h unl it to wear that kind of a lahel^now. Washing)i I'ost: This t'oxey husi-^ii^M is very amusing for persons m)^don't happen to live along the line of^march. 11is really amusing to note the rea^nous given for the hard times hy Home^of the anarchists who edit Democratic^papers. Therewere M9 ^common wallers.^^under the last Republican administra^^tion, with the exception of Democratic^demagOglMI Who wanted otlice. Thetileiiientof the Great North^^ern strike i- a great triumph for the^principle of arbitration. There is^much rejoicing over the quick and^peaceahli adju-tment of all dltlerences. HenryWatteno...

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. — 10 May 1894

CHUHCH DIRECTOHY. . rMMRMU(MM^I iw^nm ^I tegular antai !^^^^^* every 1in*llatlll^laS ^^^ ITtSttS; ITT-Tf* 5^^ iaj..i'. ;.. I. in.mill. laMaUi mbm(*i^1 Hun-^4m mI *an i^ in- ITU1raSSSfsrBSii.t^ ineela every Tlmr*- ssievening ^t 7:*t. Akmi; - s.-r\i^f^ morning a^'l evening fir-t^Km Ml as ^^' I' ^^^^^^^ ^ ^^ ^^ i'briHlian Wieitluana. oku.KliWAKIm raMOr. MKTIinniNTC III R4 H. Itui^rnUN-NTii^' i viiv Miielay morning at 1..Yl.m-b. Mai evening at 7::!u. Sunday School l*^- ;,.r.-lung -en ire- Prayer meeting every Meilnemlayeventng.I'. r . HAWK. I'aolor. I'llll^^^^*^^ MmIIiIt ms^SS*mmm^ l^l^SS*, i act, at 11 a. m. ami 7 u. in.; Beaver ^ reek.^:;nl r-iiii.la.T, 11 ^m. and 7 |^. m.: PbitnuB. ms^Hin.lay. 11 a. in ami 7 p.m.; Willow creek. ^b^Mimlay. 11 a. ^^. i.i-l..r - nulileiiee. rnilbrook. km. i'kavkn, I'aalor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. M.iryli.nl a little lamp. Hutt hut ^ itH long i^t!'^:^She run t uffi.r.l I^ keep it now Silin'WIUll MM |MM r4^) In* . Ir. A. K. Kronier, |^eiiti*t.. RendUtttVa art. 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. — 10 May 1894

ASONG OF SUNLIGHT. Lifeand tleath, ni the power of love, and the Mr.-ngtliof laughter;^Mu-ic ^^f battle ami ships that sail away to^the west; ^^All that hath gone before and all that follnw-^etti after; Theiiiad. hlind straggle fir gold, ami the rcstles seeking for rest^^The brain reels round with them all, and wearinessis their name;^Come to the lone, low moorland and here, er the winter win it^^Where the broom, like a sunlit beacon flashes ingolden flarue^^The Bvk of wind and water, of the bee and themountain linnet. Blueis the sky overhead aDd purple the^heather about us.^Far oti the dim horizon the white ami Is gleam inthe base. Oneis the dream within and the song that is^ours uithout us.^The joy of the sun steeped present, struck^free from the whirl of days.^Hark: How she sings in the fern a passionless sum;of rontent. Thewren, now hanging a moment where the^foxglove's bells are shaken.^Now by the water's edge the iris bowed aa she went. Weavingher melody out of the sweets by 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. — 17 May 1894

'stor/cai *0C Vol.XI. No. 42. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, MAY' IT, 1894. Price10 Ota. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. f**s)*tw^ .nutty ,Ax*ii^* NNMmWMUby^JOHN M V ROOM AN. EditoCand Proprietor. tieredat Lewistown P O as second class matter TKitMS OK.SLBSCRIPTIOX:^(If paid in advance.) Itrit* year^^-^ f2.50 -i\iti-.mmmmmtamammmmmmmmmmmammm 1.30 Tn.w^Mm^_~. l.oo AMKK THIRTY DAYS: Mm^jm^-w oo -I X 'MUlllh.h-MMMMMM 2.00 T.!!^^^ IHUlltll*. l.M advertisix.;rates: (hieWJM i. MM iawwwlion.. wmm*Jl 1*00 on.-iiit-li, one month-*. 3.00 (Mirinch, hi x month*- 15.U0 (Mo-inch ou,. vcar.- 24.U0 - .. r.tl ruff- jjiven ou large ^|^^ce anil fttandlug rij**-mmt*.^l.o .tl wwtvwM 1 ^ i hi - r I i iif. .i.il .flv.TtiM'iiu'iitx (..ivsi.lr ulrirtly in ad ult|^ IAI. KOMiiK. MatrIMrrctorv. i^^vf rnor.. ...M^John K. Ru-kards I.i.utfiiiint UtvirMfmAlex. Q finikin Mt-ia.MTolCwtlgfWM^.....('iia*. S. ILirlman Hwen...

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 May 1894

flt'tfll^ (Cmmtu -Ax*ntte. LLWlsToW'N.TH0B8OAY, May 1 OFFICAL PAPER OF FEBGIJS COUNTY rt'ltl.lnllKliWKKKI.Y IIY JOHNM. VROOMAN, * Editor and Proprietor. TImtcm OM day lo^t week on^which the GMaagB battel iall olul^ uul^not lo.^^' a gamo. rained. Tin'boat DmmMKI nowadays is tlie^one who litis the lea.-t recollection of whatmu t^id in lac Cbieagu |rialfofB^. Glob* I'eniocrat. Coxeymay iMsA lie can reail law^RiajM ^^f tlie times correctly, Imt it is^apparent lie faileil la read tlie si({n^^Keep nil from the graf**^ posti-d on^the aaaatal cjfiowwwc. Tliemimher of Chinese rwfjwtavai in^thp entire country is 1 ^^.^^,.^'^ 12, of ^llOBi^^57,977 are in California ami Nevada:^I.CtiU iii MoTit.m.i, Idaho and I'tiili.nnil^1,7*1 in Arizona. The CWawaa popu^^lation hy the last census was l'l7,'.^n^^. llis not on record that ^ Irovaff Clevi -^land sent it letter (o the hinietallie eon-^HewS which Bid in London recently,^waeuWMajhwj the movement, ua did a^numbs* of cawatafa. He ptobabl^aemlecled to...

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 May 1894

CHURCHDIRECTORY. ir.k-nnl.KHNcho^ch. LitwisrowNRegular aenlcea ar* held erery^Sunday morning and evening except the brat Sun^^day of each month. Sab ialh acbool erery bun dayat Ml p. in. ChristianKndearor Society meeti erery Thurs^^day erening at 7:30. Akmkli.^S*-rricen morning and erening first^Sunday of each month at Christian NViedman'^. CtK^. bUM I'astor.^MKTHOniST (.hi kch.^l.KwisTt.wN^Service every Sunday morning at^1 o'clock, and evening at ^:.^). Sunday school iw- foreriling service- Prayer lueetlng every' Wednesday. vciiliig.0. r. IIAV.K. ^'a^lor. fUUIMLMonthly h|t|^ointnients^ 1-t .-nu^day, I kali at 11 a. m. and I |^ttm Sunday. 11 a. ni. and 7 p. lu.;^runday, ii a. iu. ni I j^- ^^buuday, 11 a. m BeaverI reck.^I'hiihroolc, tmi^Willow creek. 4th IMstor's n-Mideliee. l'hllhrook. k.m ^ haven. i'aatur. LOCALHAPPENINGS Pr.A. K. Kramer, Ot iitist.^NoticeCaWMSJS in Little's ail. HmmI^oties of usttiiy HMwhare.^Kxinniiif Little'-i Ml stationary.^Candies frenti from tin^ iat-.tory a...

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 May 1894

WEAKNESSOF BIG IRONCLADS. ValuableLesson* Taught by the Victoria^1 ^!-.^-^ ^ . In the UritUh Navy. Thefollowing are the principal poin*sof tha speech in which Lord^Ain:^U ut tho meeting of share^^holders of hi;^ famous couiiiany, ex-^ONSSSw his I Ion I concerning the^dangers involved in the construction^of gigantic ironclads: Theram of the CamiM.'rdowu, al^though Kti-iking with a restricted^momentum, was buried deep into^the ride Of the Victoria, and it can^^not be doubted that while armor is^in a great measure effective, against^projectilM and netting against torpe-^d'x's nothing an withstand the pow^^er of t lie ram. But although in the^COM i ^f iliis dreadful accident the^bli.wof the ram was inflicted with^ini iiinpai-ably less force than that^fag to the full ppeed of the ship the^damage done to tlie ramming vessel^was su^ h :is to place her in imminent^danger of following her victim to the^bottom. It appears, therefore, that^the strength and stability of tho orowand ram of the C...

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