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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 24 October 1895

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PRKSBYTKHIANCHl'^CH. i.kwktown-Ke|ul^r aerTlcea are held erery^r-tuitav morning aud eTening- except the third 6una/ oi eat-li .nonth. H^h^^th school erery Bun-^day at -i-.ixj j. m. i'tiri.tiaiiiind^-ator society nieeUerery Thurs^^day ev.-niug at 7-3U. (iEO.A. F^ lc1ikr. I'Mtcr. METHODISTCHURCH. Ltuim(iwn^Service every Sunday morning at^11 o'ciocfc. ..ii i evening at 7:;i0. rianday school be- tore inorninK service.^U eiilo--^lay iv.-liiiig. 1'IiILHROok^ Second^earn month at - p. rn.; Cbet^ Kirat and Third^Miii.Ij)- at 11 a. m and 7 30 p. m.; Trout Creek^^Monda}- lollovinji Kirat Sunday at MR l^ '^ I- rc^i-tt*tice. 1'hillirook. T.a. tiaRvlH. Paatar. I'rayer meeting arery^Ion Vior*. Pastor.^Fourth Sundays^Thii TOWNAND COUNTY NEWS. Jm,Sliclion Iiiim oiH'iicd the liar at tin-Lew a*to Wl Hotel. Tlifnext vena ^^f tlic tliMtrift court^will IIWH1I NovciiiIkt 11th. IffmA not ice of slitt'ji wantttl. Now^is the lime to Imv and well xhet'p. Win.M^-^iinnoiH, who haw been in^Soul...

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 October 1895

Picture Connoisseursin the framing of^pictures like those frames best that^are designed after a model furnished^by a well known architect. This^model has tho outer edge very thin,^so that it gives the impression of be^^ing a part of the wall behind it The^thickness gradually increases toward^the center and then decreases to^^ward the canvas. The width and^thickness are regulated by the size^of the picture, as is also the orna^^mentation, which many persons of^fine taste think should never be^heavy or in any way overshadow the^picture. Dark photographs of fig^^ures or landscapes are often set off^to advantage by a narrow gold^frame, or by a gold mat, or if one^chooses the frame may be of oak^with gilt next to the picture and on^thf i outer edge of tho frame. En^^gravings usually look best with^white mat.^Now York Post. Voluminous. APhiladelphia lawyer said a very^bright thing the other day. He was^seated with a group of friends, and they^were diM-ussing in a desultory way the^leading...

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 October 1895

X' OUtoricl Society tx%n Cowtitri nkhiiweekly BY ,'OHNM. VROOMAN, Editor and Proprietor. Entered^t Lewi^to*n PO asjecond classmitter ti;kmsof BUBUtlllll HOW: (Ifpaid in advance.I^'lie year_~ $2. So 8.\month*^^^' rur.-*-tuontlis ..^_ Mi AFTKKTHIRTY DAYS:^H yearmmH.U^i s^i*m*m- Ihi^' months^^^^*- Lo^) ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. irrXIAL ROVTKK. MiilfUirrtlorv. Isjvemor_^John K. LieutenantGoreraor^Ylex. M.-liiU-rnt DNBWmmm ii1 i-l ary ol Stuff TreMWmmm Auditor AttorneyBnMl lliivl Justice Supreme t ourt.. ,\m(miate Justices S u prellic O Ki.tar.l-^('. Hotkih^.^'has. S. Ilart 111:111^in laMll Kotwi.t r. w. WiiciM A. B. Cook Henri J. Ha.-kcl: ....W. Y. I'cmlier on^I Wu.. II Hunt,^j \V II. He A 111 'lclk MMMM Court lien). Webster !l)HlJnta 1'ulilie Instruction JpniM^telle IK I lliicalory. s.Marshal..Wia. Mctleriiiott ItjhkrD.a,band oiticel^avl.l linger I'.ie.-iviT L. S LesMl OiReeJohn r, Barnes surveyorOencral^ J. S. M. Sell! I. s. Attorneyrre^toti II. Leslie BANK OF C0-U-.r...

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 October 1895

$evgxt0^otttttu ^Lrgne. OFFICIAL PAPER OF FEROU5 COUNTY. IMlU.lsHKll weekly by JOHNM. VROOMAN, Editor ^ Prop'r. LEWISTOWN,MONT., Oct. 31. '95. Adet)]^erate attempt will he made^tu pull the Curbett-FitwiniDionH^fight off at Hot springs today de-^Hpite the authorities. Thelawyers in the Durrant trial^are now talking against time,^verdict will probably be reached this week. Uevery woolgrowingcounty in the^state does as well as Fergus the meet^Ing at Helena will be a representa^tive one in every sense of the word SenatorBrice says there is no dif^^ference between handling millions^and handling cents. The experience^of country editors leads them to^t liink differently. Spainpromises to rip this country^up the back its soon as she finishes^with Cuba. If Corbett and Fltzsim^mons want to flght now is thel chance. Ithas been estimated that electric^railways have already displaced in^the United States no less than 2T5.000^horses. When the electric wagon^perfected horses will be traded for^Jac...

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 October 1895

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PRtSBYTKBIANCHriCH. PmiiiRook ^1st and 2^J Sunday* of earn month^at 11 o'c-lot-k a. in-^I th a^Ut and -'nil Sundays at 3 o clock p. m.^aj| A *toki^^and 4th Sundays in tbe afternoon^Utu. LOiiin, Pastor,^Kesidence, Stanford. METHODISTCHl'RCH.^Liwistuwn^Serrice every Kundaj morning at^11 o'clock, and evening at 7:30. Sunday School be^tore morning service. Prayer meeting avery^ttciuenday evening.JoelYioi's. Pastor. Piiilbrook^ Second and Fourth Sundays of eachmonth at *- p. in.; L'het^ r'lrst and Third^Sundays at 11 a. tu. and 7 ;^ p. m.; Trout Creek^^.\Jol-aay lujlowing r irsl Sunday at 7:30 p. m.^l'asu^r's realdence. I'hilhrook. T.A. Uakvih. townand county news IN-.-nlDr. linl.v's ilciiiHtry appoint^iiu-n 1 * in another column. Airs.J oka Inland of LM1 iHviHitinjr^with lu-r sinter Mix. .1. K. Murray. P.imjnTo -Mr. Ms] Mi*. Clint VWz^liujrli on Kiinila.v. October STth, ^^Iiiiv. i.a. Kccdcr jukI .liiki- Miller went^to Twin I'.ntles MoikIiiv in search of ileer. h.irleh 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. — 31 October 1895

WHENMARIA JANE IS MAYOR. WhanMaria Jane'a elected to the mayoralty chair. There11 be many wrongs corrected that are nowapparent there.^T4e sidewalks will be carpeted, the streets sweptthrice a di^-.^The alleys be as fragrant as ft-Ida of new mownhay. Whatwith parties and receptions and oora- s alonally a ball.^There will be a transformation around the cityhall. Andeach ward in the city will be represented then Bylovely alderwomrn and not horrid alder^^men. WhenMaria Jane is mayor, none bnt ladies will,of coarse,^Be appointed members of the city police force.^And in their bloomer uniforms they'll look so verysweet Thegang to be arrested will consider it a treat. Thestores will be compelled to have a bargain saleeach day.^And for chewing gum and aoda you will not beasked to pay.^Oh, great reforms will be projected, all the wrongswill be corrected^When Maria Jane's elected to the mayoralty chair. WilliamWest in Chicago Record. NEEDEDNO LAWYER. TakeAci- forInfants and Children. TTynrV o...

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 November 1895

ftVCLU gcrtme(Ccmtttu ^riiite. MMMMWKKKLV BV JOHNM VKOOMAN, Editor and Proprietor. Eitereri at Le*ik'o*n P O assecond classmattar IHUMS OF BUBBOWJ TION (Ifpaid in advance.) o-iryear~.^^ 81:. eoliths^.. mmmtmmummtmmmM^mmmam^m I'1, iuont lis^.... AKTKKTHIRTY DAYS: vyear S2.501.50^1.00 S3.00 v^ ' 1.11! li*-^- 2.00 hrMMIM MMMMM \M BANK OF (Incorporatedunder the law of Montana.) LEWISTOWN,MONT. ThomasF. Oakes,Henry C. Payne, HenryC. Rouse, Receivers. AOVERTISINCRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. 1)1111ial rostkk. StateDirectory. 11ae^lohn E UmmMNMHQafHMffMM -Alex M.nnU'iof i'ongress........ .r. -ury of stale. KickardsI Holkin^QMS. A llartinan^laWla Kot.itt r.w. wiigw S.S.HOBSON,^T.C. POWKK. - r,k. wuKiH r, - AISTINU^. WAKIl. PmmAmI Vire-Presilient. Cashier.Asss i (^ashier. AnMM* Attoriny licncral 'Inef Jii^tie*. Soprcine i 'ourt .A.li OMk^..Henri J. flasket:^W. Y. r*ctul**r on^. I Win. H Hum. A-.w Ut^- Justiies!supreme ^ urt ^ \v. H. DeWJII lit SmMMMiOMM Ken|. Webster -i.|.ciiiiteiidenPul.l...

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 November 1895

$cv(m ^ottntu Jlr0tt0. OFRCIAL PAPER OF FERQUS COUNTY. pvbmhhkdweekly by JOHNM. VROOMAN, Editor ^ Prop'r. LEW1STOWX,MONT., Nov. 7, ^5. Tin*HweoplriK Ri-|^ul^lii~nn victory^of InRt TiioMilny haw no uncertain^uicaniiiK It siKtiifiCH that the great^MM of voters in the I'niteil States^are heartily Hick of Democratic times^anil have paitiently waited an oppor^^tunity to vote. It meas the eli^tion^of a Republican president next year^and a return to the policy of protec^^tion for American industries Unex^^pected inroads have been made In^Democratic strongholds, insuring a^gain of two or three United States^senators. From present indications^tlorman of Maryland will retire to^private life, as will also Blackburn of^Kentucky. While later returns may^change the complexion somewhat, in^the shifting of figures, nothing will^occur to detract from the meaning^of the great victory. If the Republi^^cans carry what naturally belongs^to them there is cause for great re^^joicing. Other favors will be ...

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 November 1895

churchdirectory- IMtnWAIchi'KH.^l*nil brook^l^t and -nd Sunday* ofewh month at11 ti'rUx-k a. Ul. 1tii l.l ami -'^'I t-undayn at o u cUM-k p. m.^Ma^M)KI' --i und ltd Mindaynin lhtall^TiuM.n. '.h. LbNAKIf.. l'a-t..i. KildeIH'f, M;ihl.-rd. *ethodit ^ iii r^ h. LkkhT(iw^^s.-r\rv*Tv Miiiilaj-murning at 11oVItx a. au.l evening at T:.M^. Sunday BiSnl be-^ior^ attalai mtv lee. l'rayer muttlng every^Hi- :hvda* MIMgiJuki. Yn^l^s. 1'aatov. I'lllLHULHiK^ttoiid and Kuurlti Sundays of^MMfcMMIi at J p. n^.; DM^Kir^t and lliird^t^ut^Ua)s ul II a. in. ami M) p. ru.^ 'I rout t'reek^^MulKia) lullowiu^ 1-imt .^unday al 7:.CJ p. lu.^rcMilence, I'liiltiruua. T.A. CiARVIH. I'aiitor. TOW\ AND COL'NTV NEWS. taaCBf now of tiii t liis immediate IKS F1 Imil l UHHH next .Moinl.m.v.^i;n^iiyi' votif Tli.ink.-^i viiiK t nrkf.v. s.s. Hudson hi' riii ii eras in Hu^^nt ^^ the Imt of the RMik. A..1. SI^ iiijjli of SI.tnfoi(I witsn \ M-^11il' ;it l.i \\ islou n last \\it-k. Twent J-t w o iinliis of snow VM^reported 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. — 7 November 1895

ALBERTEDWARD'S EXPENSIVE JOKE. BowHe Smaihed the Crockery and Fur^^niture of on Elderly Co an teem. AlbertEdward, prince of Wales, ^^perhaps the most popular man in Eng^^land. This popularity is duo to bis lore^of sports and all manly traits which are^particularly commendable in the eyes of^the average Britisher. As a youth his^audacity ac^l appreciation of a joke,^either as a perpetrator or victim, were^well known. Oneof his early escapades resulted in^her majesty the queen footing a bill for^broken crockery and wrecked furniture^which the young prince caused in the^bouse of one of the lesser members of^the nobility. A rather elderly countess^whose quick temper and sharp tongue^drove even her servants away from her^advertised for a footman. The prince,^to whose ears tales of the peculiarities^of the old lady had come, resolved to^teach her a lesson. He therefore present^^ed himself in disguise at her ladyship's^house and applied for the position of^footman. Thecountess had just fin...

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 November 1895

Gist Society Vol.XIII. No. 16. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, HONT., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1895. Price10 Cents. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, fcrgue(Comttu ^Irgue. phumiiWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VBOOMAN, Editor and Proprietor Erite red at Lewi stow n P O as second class matter^TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in .elv^i..^. 1 Iit- year--mmmm i^2.5u Slit hH MMMMMMMMM L^0 1 ^ months^ AFTER.THIRTY DAYS: ...).ar*S.^0 8I sioutba2-00 Ib ^ -^^ niunt lih......^1.40 ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. rVMI VI. RIIVI kk. MatrDirectory. mr liihn F RiirkardM LieutenantliovernorAles. i'. bolkiu Mi-uiIstot ^'^^m;rcvi...t'lia*. s. llartmaii -^creiarr ^^l stale^Ia^ui^ Koiwiii Treasurer^^ F. W. Wiiglit iawlHasA. H Oeea Atiuin^ Qaaaral^atari J. Mahal! chief.hislice Supreme I ^onrl W. Y. rVmlNT on . ,^ ^ _ J Urn. II Hum. A late -lint 11 es Supreme ' oilrt ^ \v. II. I ^^^ A'ill ilerk .Supreme ^'ourt...__Itciij. Wcosur -u|ir...

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 November 1895

frrjme(Comtty Argu*. OFFICIAL PAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY. pi'iii.isiiki)auui by^JOHN M. VROOMAN, Editor ^ Prop'r. lkw1htown,mont., Nov. 14, '^5. Therem no Republican ticket in^t lie field in Mitwimippi. The Demo-^cratH beat the PopullHtu out of Hijfht. DurrnntiH Haid to be writing a^Hketch of hiK life. It nlioulrt lie mip-^preHHed on tlie ground of immoral^literature Theti'MiiKmlgration of thcHoul and^manure M a fertilizer ape favorite^HMM of Democratic papei'H Mince^the recent elections. Mmi.sland will return a Republican^1 ^tin to ^uceeed QssMM iimtead of^tiorman as we stated in our last to^^nne. Well, that will ilo very well. CoventorRickardM Iihm tosued hi*^t linnkKgi ving proclamation appoint^^ing Thursday, November 28th, it* tb^^day to be observed in tlie usual cus^^tom. Itis said President Cleveland is not^losing sleep over the defeat of iUack-^burn in Kentucky. I'.lackburn re^^pudiated his tinnnci.-U policy, hene,.^no tears. liavidB. Hill will retire from the^senate on the same ...

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 November 1895

CHURCHDIRECTORY prksbytekianCM* I'mi brook^1st and 2nd Sundays of ea^h mor tb^af 11 oVliH-k a. ui. .^I Tli a-1st and Jnd Sundays at :l o'clock p. m.^* i a mfCTT Sa and 4t li Mindays in the afternoon. i.Ku.bbWAKDH. Factor,^Residence. Stanford. methodistchvrch. Lewistow.n .Service every Sundaj morning at^11 o'clock, and evening at 7::tU. Sunday School be^^fore inoininK service. Travcr meeting every Wednesdayevening.joei. YlGl'a. Pastor. fitiLBKOoK^ Second and Fourth Sundays of^each otolith at J p. in.; L'het^ first and 'third^Sundays at 11 a. lu. and T'^l p. m.; Tiout Creek^^Muiiuay following First Sunday at MS p. ni. , l'asto-'sresiil* nee, I'hilhrook. T.a. t^ akvin. t'astor. TOWNANI^ COUNTY NEWS. t'niirtwnk, attorneyDmotmo) Great Knlls^is mi tending court. QeocgtDay turn sjoste toChseasjo^m itli bed sMpsaeats .hi'lr Meagher and niece moved^Into the Oregorj renMence tam win-k. \ Hhei man ^^f FUatwlDow. apenl^si \ci:11 iIji\ s in tf^ w ii rlnrlng the psMri^\\ ifk. Mimm-vJ. I . Hnntoon...

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 November 1895

NERVESOF SURGEONS SUFFER8TAGE FRIGHT WHEN FAC^^ING A DIFFICULT OPERATION. TwoWays In Which It Afreets Them ^A^Young Surgeon'* Flr*t Amputation. Threadeda Needle to Steady Hit tferree.^Operating* on a Friend. Isthere such a thing aa stage fright^among surgeons^^ a successful New^York em-aeon was asked. Though the^term stag^ fright -with reference to sur^^gery was perhaps a misnomer, the sur^^geon understood the question. Oh,yes, indeed, there is such a thing^as stage fright among surgeons,^ he re^^plied. ^There are two kinds of stage^fright, or, rather, there are two different^temperaments among doctors, and the^fright, although in itself perhaps the^same, has a different seeming, affected^as it is by the material through which it^posses. The first is the surgeon who is^anxious to perform the operation, sees^no difficulties in the way and nothing^but a successful termination. His rest is^not disturbed by reflections upon com^^plications which may arise. Everything^ts lovely until the...

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 November 1895

tiiitoricalSociety tx%m Count X-cvflue^0*t^t^ JVrptte. JOHNM manmwwn by VROOM AN. Editor and Proprietor. Eiter.datCewistown POassecondclassmatt.r TEKMSOF SUBSCRIPTION:^llf naiil in atlTance.)^On. year~^ .Sixmonths^^ 1 1'uret-montha....^1 00 ArTEKTHIRTY BAYS: ^$3.00 _^8.00 1.40 ^i^.rear Sx month*.. .IllOlltl. ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. IIKIIIial ROSTER. Mlr Directory- Q^!^^^^^^Ju,,n E- UsastaaMMtGsiasn^- MellltttTill t'ullgr*:!*!*..^.....^^ -urclaryof State Amlit.ir- Attorn*'}'tieneral IiicfJustice suiireuie Court Kitkard^^.. . Alrx. f. hotkin^.Chait. S. llartmati Lsasss Kotwitt r. ft. Wiight A. B. Cook ..HenriJ. HaikeH^. W. Y Pcuilier on^I Win. H. Hunt. ...Meiaaa.lassies*anawassMUassrs 1 w.H.DeWiti .ra BMiinOwal^55t rint.ti.l. ii Public Instruction .Lunelle Steen retinalDirectory. . *. Maeafcal^'^^^ Miltermott . ,rl .S. Land Mill..- v !I 'lfZ hurvwracUasMsatal^^ s- ^ ^, - ,1M l .-. AttorneyPre^toti H. Uk* BANK (lncorporaledunderthalaws of Montana.) LEWISTOWN,MONT. S....

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 November 1895

t $ev0ix0(Ecntnty Jlr0M^. OFFICIAL PAPER OF FERQUS COUNTY. Pl'BLIHHEDweekly by JOHNM. V ROOM AN, Editor ^ Prop'r. LEWISTOWN,MONT., Nov. 21, *95. Severalpresidential hooma have^been started during the past week.^Cleveland's boom seems to be con^^siderably frayed around the edges^since the recent elections. JamesR. Garfield, son of the late^president, was a candidate for state^senator in his father's old district^and although the nominal Republi-^majorit y is 10,(HtO. he carried it by over^l.'t.INK). NewYork Press: The administra^^tion apparently has just stumbled^upon the knowledge that anybody^can have a surplus atalltlraessimply^by refusing to pay his debts and^^-xpensee. TheButte miner claims that Cleve^^land Is a Republican. If that is the^case there are a great many Demo^^crats holding office under a Repub^^lican administration. ^Turn the^rascals out. ThemasHi-rt of Armenians still^go s on wuhou. h ek. The conti^^nent ot Bnrrap li^^uld rise in its^might and sup,), ss the savag^^...

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 November 1895

churchdirectory phbyteria n chibch. I'nnbrook^1st and 2nd Sundays of ea. li month^it 11 o'clock a. in.. ^ _ Il if a^1st and Jncl Sundays at 3 o clock |i. in.^-I tNKOKIi^.id am! Itli Sundays in tile afternoon. itKO.KDWAklift. factor.^Resilience. Stanford. WKTHODIHTl'Hl'RCH. Lkwihtow.nService every Sunday tiiorniaif at^11 o'clock, and evening at 7::aj. Sunday School ne-^torr moritniK service. I'rayer meeting avery^b\c^lueMla^ evening.Jokl Vxqi s. Faatov. nUMN^ Second and Fourth Sundaya of^eat-h month at 2 p. m.; L'uet^r'ir^t and Third^Sunday* at 11 a. in. and 7 M p. m.; '1 rout Creek^^Monday loltowinx Kirat Sunday at 7zSJ I^. ni. l'a*to'* renldenee. 1'hilhrook. T.A. ^iAK\ in. 1'aator. TOWNAND COUNTY NEWS. I'.iH.-.n T*J Mr. .-iimI Mm. Phillip I..mix.m NoivmIm1 r.ttli. ;i boy. J.\\. ^ir;iv lifts Micctfilctl Allison^s.iiiiiii is ,-is deputy povtauMter. II.P. K^-n^^^-(t left by M ranis j**^llenfon i ii.'k'li to juiii his tsvmily in HriHM. .1 K. fan i iib o( HlgMeM, was la town this xvtH-k...

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 November 1895

THEJURY DISAGREES [Coutiunitlfrom Third Page.] IiiiiImined BwMesVcjr for at lt-ast six^vrain. Tlint he HNM not Htf the^bottom of tli*' hole in bottom of^shaft Mpokcii of on di rtft exiiiiiina-^tion. though 1h^ could Kcclint three^Mm deep. That then' whh a hill^BM feet high between him and the^Golden Kule shaft. He had never^heen to the mine until summoned as^a juror. 1 le said that the hotly laid^lieneath the ladder, the head pro^^jecting: beyond t he furt her side of t he^ladder from the feet of the body.^That he found two drills in the shafl^of a size of from % to % in diameter.^That when loosely tamped the^powder will blow out partieles of^uf dirt. That if the ladder rested as^already testified to it would have^been jarred off the stiek by the ex^^plosion. That blood dripped from^the body when raised. Uponre-direet he testified that he^did not think the hole referred to^eould have been made with a pick.^That this hole was in a slanting^direction. In answer to a ^|uestion^from Jur...

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 November 1895

Ca/Society Count Vol.XIII. No. 18. LEW1STOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, HONT., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1895. Price10 Cents. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. f-crmte(Cmmtu Artut^. rlHMBweekly by JOHNM VBOOMAN, Editor and Proprietor. Enteredat Lewisto*n P O as second class matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in adraDt-e.) Oneyear^_ MM Si3. luontbM^ 1.50 flireemonths^-^^^^^ 1.00 AKTERTHIRTY DAY8: yearS3.00 Ix n'ontba~-2.00 1line tuoutba 1.60 ADVERTISINGRATES FURNISHED ON^APPLICATION. OFFICIALROSTER. MateDirectory. '.^iv.Ti.orI,, ... John i. Kirkariln l.i.-uun.irit BtllfllfrMMAlex. C botkin ' AsrrasaM-XkfU. KV Hart man :.iry.^f tfirrri ii Loui* Kotwitt irei_W. wiagtal I^allies^a. B. Cook Attorac*)liaawrajHenri .1. IIa-,kei: ihiel Justica lllWI Court W. Y. rYiulwr on .I was. H Hunt.^ -at. I t.M i. ^^^ ^ii|.r^jiii^'t ..tirr, ( |y jj ] i^. \\ 111 II. ik .-1M.r.nit-^'..urt....__Beiij. Webster uiiurlaliiaiasPatatta law...

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 November 1895

rri^u*^onntjj Argtt*-. OFFICIAL PAPER OF FER0U5 COUNTY. KIUMIWKKKI.Y BY JOHNM. V ROOM AN, Editor ^ Prop'r. J.EWISToWX.MONT., Nov. ^r^. Theofficial return* of Kentucky^give (Jovernor-Klcct llradley ^ plu-^ralitv of s.474. OldWhinkern of KiUiH.m in ^inu^to inxtittitr a reform InrongrvHHional^hnanls. He tkMa there it* too^much money Hpeut on ^coffin var^^nish. liuttcis again dratted in mourning.^I ler prize foot ball team MM made^to eat tafW clay by the crack eleven^of that city. The (janic was played^on the i'rd itint. ami renulted in a^^core of U to t! in favor of Denver. Accordingto the latent report* the^pi nimt crop will be short thin year.^Bat to offset this it is gratifying to^know that the crop of ^peanut poli^^ticians^' has also been injured by an^earlv November front. t.'ongreHswill convene next week^mid the pn-sideut's animal message^will ben-ad. There in conHlderable^curiosity to know what -Mr. Cleve^^land will say on the ipiestioti of rais^^ing revenue and the Venezuelan c...

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