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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 8 January 1891

Vol.VIII. No. LEWISTOWK,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, J-crgueCCcmnty ^.ruM* rlBLISHEDweekly by JOHNM. VROOWAN. : Editor t Proprietor. Enteredat L^^i^town P O as second cl^ss matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION : (Ifpaid in adrance.)^Oat year _ 13.00 Si*month.. 1-50 Threemonths...1 -00 AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: tineyearS3.50 Sixmonths- 2.00 l'breeuiunths- 1.D0 ADVERTISINGRATES. 1 ncb.one insertion 1.00 1 ^month^ 3.00 1 ^^ ill ^ _-1^00 1 ^ one rear - tUB Specialrates given on large space and standing^a i rertisetuent*. ;Oi -al notices 15 cent., per line. Speciala^!rerti^eiii^uts payable strictly in ad-^unca OFFICIALHUM I It stateDirectory. UovernorJoseph K.Toole. I.ieut.tiovcrnor....John K. Klckurd^Member ol Congress, T. H. Carter. Secretary!1Louis Kolwitt, .K. O. Hickman^..K. A. Kenney, l.oins riOLWiit, TreasurerK. O. Hickman AiuiitorK. A. Kenney, Alt...

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 January 1891

gergtte(Eornttu -At-aite. LEWISTOWN,TIU RSDAY, Jan. h, ^jl OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY. Hl'Bl.ISHKDWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN, Editort^ Proprietor. Bij{Footis dead and theChicago girl^is without a rival. Nothingas yet from the Montana^legislature. Ws predict a state of^chaos. Thetotal cash in the 1'nited States^treasury December 31, 1 s'.iO, was^$fi7^J,440,05^^. GeneralMiles has taken personal^command of the forces now arrayed^against the Indians in South Dakota Anearthquake shock was felt at^Klwood, Indiana, on the 3d inst^Those old states require a shaking up^occasionally. Theimprovements in Great Falls^for the year ISitO reach the grand^total of $2,014,400. Great Falls is^the coming metropolis of Montana. Thethermometer registertl sixty^degrees below at Fairfield, Maine, on^December 31. Yet there are several^thousand people living in th.it state Nowthat so many farmers have^turned politicians we would sngycst^that the proper wuy to even up things^is for some of the politicians 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. — 8 January 1891

Jami-sA. Shield* Post. No. It of^lewistown. meftM the hint Tiles^dny of each month, at 2 p. in. It.II HliKMAN. ('.M. Spem'EK. luiiiiiniinler.^Adj't. BUSINESSMENTION Kreitliegue ami buttrr at l^e Witt's.^Cigars from ~i innts to ^J.^ **i^th at De^Witt*. Forboh sleds or a nice cutter, call at the^Old Tinslmp. Stove and Hardware store.^^ ant of the bridge. * (.Imicut wines mill fsSJfJSJtVSj dnmestic and^imported, jajafl reet-ived at \V. W. I)e Witt's^These goods are t he finest ever brought into^the Basin. LOCALHAPPENINGS Soberup.^Goufl ttlvighing. Thereis no cessation iu l^uiMin^.^M. I.. I'oiatnl whs tltiwn from Maiden ImhI^FritlHv. fienrgeW. l ook sjisiit last Sunday at his rauchon Dlpf creek. Mr.and Mrs. T. .1. I'rt.st of McDonald^creek were in town last week. Thomas^^ur^und of 1 ^i^ I^u^|n^ iai in^town Momlav on laud business. OeorgeStone and K..I. Morison of Phil-^brook visited the county seat last week. I).J. Kane A Co. have just completed a^high hoard fence around the county jail...

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 January 1891

WhyH^ Failed Talkingof snow,^ said the man^with the tan-colored goatee, ^you^ought to see it snow in the Winnipeg^country. We don't know what snow^is down here. Lotsof it up there, eh ^^ asked the^man with the ej'e-glasses. Lotsdoesn't express it. Why,^gentlemen, two winters ago snow fell^where I was to the depth of nine feet^hefore Christmas, and on the 17th of^January it was fourteen feet deep^around my factory. Soyou hud a factory^ Yes,sir. Whatsort^ Asnow-shovel factory.'' Gosh!Yon located in the right^place to strike it rich. How many^thousand did you sell Neversold even one single shovel,^sir. Youdidn't^ What was the diffi^^culty ^ Why.the people up there have^nothing to do but wait for snow to go^off, and that happened to be an early^season, and a thaw came on about the^middle of May! Yes, sir, I lost six^months time and S^12,OOOup there.^^^New York Sun. Archaeological. Sanso^What was the population^of the .art h at the time of the flood^ Rodd^It is hard to say. You see,^it w...

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 January 1891

JFerp 2kp Vol.VIII. No. LEWISTOWX,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. -frHueCounty ^.v^u PIBLIfWfctl WEKK1.Y BY JOHNM. VROOMAN. : Editor k Proprietor. Entsrsdat Leoiitown POassecond class rr.attsr TKKMSOF SIBSCRIPTION :^(If paid in riMtl^i me year ~ 1:100 sixlilollt ll* I 1lire* months '^^^' aktkkti1iktv Mill iiic year$3.-vi SixinonthM^ 2.00 threemonths l-M ADVERTISINGRATES: 1 nch. one illM-rtion 1-00 1 ^^muuth~^ 3.00 1 ^^ sis ^^ _.ia.oo 1 ^ one vesr 'j4.0u Specialraltvt given on large .psi-e and ilan.liiiK^a ivertiiieiiittiits. Localnotices H MOSS per line. -neeialM.lvertMeiiii-lil* BSS/Bjesl strn-lly in ad-^all n OFFIII A I. KOSTKK. MuleIHlri lory. i-overnorJo.-eph K. Tool*. Heleno I.ieut. OaMaiiflolin K. RickHr.C Unite MemberoM'tingre-s, T. H. Carter, Helena KeereturyLouis R.ilwitt, Helena TreasurerH. O. II irk man. II e! en a AuditorK ...

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 January 1891

$crime (Cmmtu prints. LEWISTOWN.THURSDAY, Jan. IB, HI OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY MUMWF.KKI.Y BV JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Gen.Miles says the Indian! must^light or MrrmMr. Thereare emiiloye'l by the mines^and mills of I$utte4,7.^^7 men. ^ If this^unrulier the Anaconda employs 1 ,.^^tlO. Themineral land bill has heen re-^poftad to the house liy Ifr.Cutter and^he is working hard to secure its pass^^age. Arumor was current last week that^lieiieral Miles had heen killed hy the^Indians. The General still wears his^hail'. Thar*were seventeen million six^hundred and twelve thousand bushels^of coal mined in Montana during the^v^ur I MO. AssociateJustice Charles l^veiis. of^the Massachusetts supreme court, i.-^dead. He was attorney general undei Hayes'minimis! ration. (icn.Mile* favor- the removal of tin^Cheyenne Indians at I'ine Kitlge to the^Fort Keogh reserve in this slate.^Miles must have a grudge againal^Montana. OldKed t'loiul. who wants to lie a^good Indian and no mistake...

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 January 1891

JnmpnA. Sliieliix Punt. No. 19 of^I.ewiHtown, niretH the l;int 1,'ueH^day o( MMh month, at^B. II. I ('.M. SPKMEic. t'uininaii'h r.^Adjt. 5oHM A .#. De BD8IHE88MENTION Kreitlii-^a ami hutter at I^e Witt'it.^( iuaro from mmtm l^^^nt^ at Witts. Forbob uleiln or a nice cutter, pall at the^i^UI Tin^*hop. Stove and Hardware store,^tant of tin hridKe. Mum-putwineH and lii|iiorn. drtmentir and^iniporttfd, just reci-ived at \V. W.DeYVitt'H^TlMM pnn4^ an' the finest ever brought into^1 Im lianin. LOCALHAPPENINGS Thedays are pMmf loneer.^Kittle (juivt nine*' the holiilaVM.^KstUag the matter with this weather.^Win. I.i^'hn wuh in fmrii I ttt't hint uf the^*etk. *atholir NTVlM were well uttt-mled lant^Sunday. hewrightliros. were in from I'hilbrook^lattt week. C.W. Mlltn^M wii^^ in from Mitt Willow-^last week. MerthantH rvpttrt I ra^h^ a lit t le ^111 i*-t^a:nce the h^^li^lHVH. JudgeM^a^her ia tSp*Ct^ri home from hii*^^ intern trip next week. I...II. Sm ret I a mi of Rh^' Kork w a^ in^fr^w Ii'ih ...

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 January 1891

WhoOwns the Country! Wnboast of our republic. We say^it is the only country und^r t he heavens^where man can enjoy full freedom and^t*qnal rights. We say our government^is of the people, by the people, and for^t hefpeople. We point to (ireat Britain,^with her landed interest* in the hands of^a few. find with her titled aristocracy,^and exclaim: How different from our^own (rM, beautiful republic' Well,^who owns our country^ It is but a^lit tie over a hundred years old. It is^an infant compared with (treat Britain.^Who owns it^ The people, you say.^l^o they^ Now look here. We have^MO who are worth an aggregate of^$1,000,000,000. We have 40O who^ara worth an ablegate of $4,000,000-^OOO, or more; and altogether we have^31,100 who possess $.V_^, 2.^S0.000,000.^Now the estimated wealth of tnecoun-^try is $00,000,000,000, and 31,000^persons own more than half of it. It^is a startling array of figures. When^in a nation of 00,000,000 people a^mere handful owns more than half the^wealth, whic...

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 January 1891

ev^n*^omttu ^rgn* PIbli-ui II wkkk1 v BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Enteredat Le^i^town P O auecond class matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION : (Ifpaid in advance.) On.year _ S3.00 3i otolith*- 1.5*1 Threemonth*m I.UU aptkkthirty i^ays: (Hieyear*$3.fiO Mlnmiitha2.00 I'iireemonths 1.50 ADVERTISINGKATKS: 1 nch, one insertion 1.00 1 ^month^ 3.00 1 ^^ six ^^ 14.00 1 ^ one Tear 24.00 Special^Um given on large space aud standing^a iTertiaeiuenta. lxwalnoticed IS cents per line. specialadvertisementi* payable strictly in ad-^- a tic officialROSTER. StateDirectory. 'overliorJoseph K. Toole. Helena J.ieut.Governor... John E. RIckardN, Butte^.Member ol Congress, T. H. Carter. Helena HecretaryLouis Kolwitt, Helena TreasurerK. O. Hickman.Helena AuditorK. A. Kenney, Helena Att'yGeneral,...Henri J. Haskell, t.len.live hiefJustice Supreme Court HenryX. Blake.^Asiaociale Justices J E. X. H SupremeCourt ^' 1 \V. H.^' lerK Sup. Court, \V. J. Kennedy,^rjniieriiit.-intent Public instriictinii-^Jolin G...

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 January 1891

4Per(jit Comity ^rtn^^. LF.WISToWS, THUKSDAY. Jw. 22. *M^OFFICIAL PAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY. JOHNM. I'lKil'HM VROOMAN. WEEKLYbv Editor^ Proprietor Thesenatorial linlit^begin this week. in Kansas will Thereif too ninth of th^ rninj. at^Helena. Let us have a little hmnp. Thereis not imicli iloulit hut Gov^Hill will hr the next senator from New^York wtate. GeorgeBancroft, the venerahle his^^torian, died in Washington on ihe^1 7th inst. Upto the hour of going to prees^Young-Man-Ati ai^l-ol His-tiirl had not^surrendered. Forone elected governor by Repub^^lican votes Joe Toole is the rankest^partisan of modern times. SenatorPower has our thanks for^a copy of the congressional directory^of the second session of the 51st^congress. SenatorIngalls made a powerful^^pweh on the financial bill last w.-ek.^Golil bugs and speculators were raked^fore and aft. TheOgallalas and Billies gave n^dinner of boiled dog and cotTeeoneday^last week. It was the event of the^weapon at Pine Kidge. TheNew York state...

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 January 1891

JamesA. Shields Pout. So. Ill of^Lewintown, meets the hist Tues^dny of ench month, at 2 p. in. B.H. Bowman. cm. Irmn Omhmw'*. AUj't. BUSINESSMENTION Fresheggs himI Imttrr :it 0^ Witt's. *^Opus from S cents t^ 2T^ eentn at Ue Witts. 0bolss4 wine* iiwl liquors, rlnmastii- and^import.-,!, just received at W. \V. l^e Witt's^These goods are the finest ever brought into the Basin. LOCALHAPPENINGS I'd11 m rt was in Trom Bock creek Satur^^day. K.A. HmM u( Deeitield was in town^Sniida v. M.I.. Poland iM d..wu from ^laidcn^ModiIuv. Henry^iii ard was How n from Maiden^Tiii'sday. O.M. Stsffsnl tuok a trip tu Oka last^Thursday. Neiharthas a heer garden with female^beer jerksrs. BenMonitor) (mm in If Mil louald^creek Monday. I'hurlesHall of Annell's creek was in^town last Friday. Agreat many have been troubled with^rnlds the past week. W.P. Brainerd was down from Maiden^Monday on business illsOpheini came in from Qttal liange^Tuesday on land busiasss. MissF.dwards is giving excellent satisfac^^ti...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 22 January 1891

INDIANSENUMERATED Total Redikin Population^Made Up. 244.705-How Washington.Jan. 12.^ The census^bureau has issued a bulletin giving the^population and other information of^various Indian tribes, exclusive of Al^^aska. The bulletin shows the total^Indian population of the United States^to be 244,702. This makes the^total population of the country, in^^cluding Alaska, estimated at 37.000,^almost 0.1,000,000. The Indian pop^illation is made up as follows: On res^^ervations or at schools under control^of Indian police, not taxed, 1 .'10,254.^Indians incidentally under the Indian^office and self-support ing are as follows:^Indian Territory, 25,37:5; Cherokee*,^3,404: Chic kasaws, 9,t^9rt; Choctaws,^!i,2f*l; Creeks, 2,5311. There are also^about 1 4,247 colored people, of mixed^Indian blood, living with and membeis^of the above t ribes. The total popu^^lation of the five civilized tribes is^therefore, 04,871. I'ueblos ^f New^Mexico, s.27N; Six Nations and St.^Regis of New York, 5,301; Kast...

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. — 29 January 1891

Vol.VIII. No. 20. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JANUARY 4 Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, gtfgMiComttjj Avtuxe PI'BLISIIFD WEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Enteredat Lewiitown P O as second class matter TERMSOF SCBSCRIPTION :^(If paid in advance.)^(^ii* year ^^_ $3.00 Si*UlOIltbA_ 1.5)0 Ilire* month*__ 1.00 afterthirty days: 'lie year$3.50 sixmonths.... 2.00 Threemonths l.bO ADVERTISINGRATES. 1nch. one insertion . 1 11 month 1'^ six 1 ^ one Tear ^ 1.00 _$.00 li.00 ^24.00 .speeialrates given on large apace and standing^a Irertinemenu.^Local notices 15 cents per line.^-|^. advertisements payable strictly in ad^^mit-* OFFICIALROUTER. (stateDirectory. inventorJoseph K. Toole, Helena l.ieut.Guv.-morJohn K. Rlckards, Butte .Memberot Congress, T. H. Carter. Helena SecretaryLouis Rotwitt, Helena 1'reasurerIt. O. Hickman.Helena viKtitorK. A. Keuney, Helena Any General....

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. — 29 January 1891

Jer0U0 Caimtu ^rjjtt*. LXWI8TOWK.THURSDAY, Ju. 20, ^W OFFICIALPAPEK OF FEEOUS COUNTY. mumpwkkki.y by JOHNM. VR00MAN, Editor ^ Proprietor. CongressmanCarter is the father of^h bouncing hoy, born in Washington^on the 18th inst. Kochis sending his lymph to Amer^^ica. He has more than he wants for^home consumption, evidently. One-thirdof the legislative session^li.-is now passed away and $10,000^of the people's money has gone to the^dogs. K'ttigKalakaua died in San Fran^^cisco last, week, of Bright's disease.^The world has lost a brilliant poker^player. Thesenatorial contest was settled^in North Dakota by the election of^Hansbrough over Pierce. The Demo^^crats were not ^in it. Europeis experiencing the coldest^weather for a great many years. In^Montana there is alarm over the pos^^sible failure of an ice crop. statesmade a mistake by disposing of^their school lauds at a low figure and^Montana shoul-i be cureful not to^make the same error. W.S. Hutchinson of Chicago, is at^Butte experime...

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. — 29 January 1891

JamnA. Shields Post. No. 1!^ of^Lswiatown, iueet^ the last Tues^^day of each month, at 2 p. in. T.J. Frost.^B. H. Bowman. Commander.^Adj't. BUSINESSMENTION Freidieg^s and butter at I^e \Vitt'n. ^^f'igara from .^^ cants t^ 2.^^ ^snt* at Da WittB.* CbaitMwwinpa and liquors, rinmaatic and^imported, Jaw) receiveil at \V. \V. De Witt's.^Tlnse goods are the tinetft ever brought into^t lie lliis'in. LOCALHAPPENINGS The^german^ to-morrow iNMf,^\V. H. Barney was in t^wn last Saturday.^The trade in skates is lively this winter.^Charley BeUlen was in tram I'tiea last^week. CL. Coder of Alpine was in town last^weak. \V.P. Braiaeid was down frwm Maiden^Mouday. Thedelimpiant tax list will be founil in^this issua. H.fi. Phillips was registered at the Kay^house Monday. MattStow is building a blacksmith shop^on the aaat aide. Kangeridera report greeu grass in the^couleea where snow lies. FrankSage and M. I.. Poland ware down^from Maiden yesterday. BobLeavens of I'bet was in town the^greater part ^^f...

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. — 29 January 1891

SomeSuperlatives Thelongest railroad ia theCanatlian^Pacific. Theheight of the highest pyramid is^486 feet. Mammothcave in Kentucky is the^largest cavern. Fairmountpark, Philadelphia is the^largest park in the world. TheEiffel tower in Paris is the high^^est structure in the world, nearly 1 .OOO^feet high. Thelargest library is the Imperial of^Paris which contains over two million^volumes. Thedeepest coal mine in the world^is near Tourney, ltelgium; it is 3,5-12^in depth. Thelongest suspension bridge is t hat^between New York and Brooklyn. It^is 5,980 feet long. Thehighest active volcano in the^world is Popocatapetl, in Mexico. It^is 17,784 feet high. Thedeepest hole ever bored into the^nirth is the artesian well at Potsdam,^which is 5,5()0 feet deep. Thehighest mountain on the globe^is Mount Hercules, on t be isle ot Papua^or New Guinea, M.^^,7^^3 feet in height. Thelongest tunnel is theSt.Gothard^on the railroad between lucerne and^Milan^nine and one half miles in^length. 'le deep...

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. — 5 February 1891

T Vol.VIII. No. 27. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. crn^t^(Ccnmtu Ar4ut* ri'BLIUCRWBBKLT BT JOHNM. VROOMAN. : Editor ^^ Proprietor. Entered*t Le^i^town P Oat second class matter^TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : (If|i^i^l nrtT^noe.) Oneyesr -~ ^3.00 sixmonths^m^^^-^^-^^ 1.50 Itiree month*_^ 1.00 afterTHIRTY PAYS: t'neyear^.BS.fiO Mlnionthn_2.00 threemonth* UH ADVERTISING RATES : T.C. POWEE ^ BRO, ncli.one insertion... month six^^ oneTear ...1.00 S.OO 15.00 24.00 Specialratoa giren on large ^pace and standing^a Irenirtenienta.^Local notices 15 cents iter line.^^pecial advertisements payable atrictly in ad- official.KONll.K. M.irDirectory* HovernnrJoseph K. Toole, Helena l.ient.Governor....John E. Rlrkards, Unite^Member of Congress, T. H. Carter, Helena SecretaryLouis Rotwitt, Helena TreasurerK. t). Hickman,Helena AuditorE. A. Keiiney, 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. — 5 February 1891

7 gevxte Countu Arnite. f.EWISTOWX.THURSDAY, Fsb. '.H OFFICIALPAPEK 07 FERGUS COUNTY Pt'BI.IUHKDWKF. ki.y BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. CharlesBradlaw, the English states^^man, is dead. Nearly150 men lost their lives in a^mine explosion in the coal regions of^Pennsylvania, last week. .lamesBoyre, the well-known dry^goods and clothing merchant of Butte,^has failed. Assets $125,000: liabili^^ties, $100,000. Themany friends of Dr. Dfliberry in^this county will be pleased to learn^that he is rapidly recovering; from his^paralytic stroke. torneyof Knox county. In 1855 he^moved to Minnesota, and soon after^^ward was chosen representative in^congress as a Republican, serving from^1850 to 1869. In 1870 ho was ap^^pointed I'nited States senator to fill^the une.,-r^ired term of Daniel S. Norton,^deceased, ai.d subsequently chosen for^the term that ended in 1879, was re^^elected for the one that closedin 1883,^and resinned in 1881 to enter thecabi-^net of President Garfield, as secret...

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. — 5 February 1891

I .l.i in. - A. Shields Pr^at. No. 1!^ ol^Liwiiitown, meet* the IhM Tii^m^-^Jay of each month, nt 2 p. in*^T. J. FnOMT.^H. H. Bowman, L'ommawler.^Adj't. LOCALHAPPENINGS Zeroweather. Thebovine'a hack m bowed,^tlub ilance to-morrow evening.^No Mien on anything thene days.^The chancers for an ice crop ha ve improved.^John iitvk ri'tnrned from lirent Kali*laat^Friday. SheriffSullivan in slightly under Ihe^weather. KrnetitfvieH. of Ft. Mttgiiinis, waft in town^yesterday. Mm.I liarlen Burg ia contir. ^d to her bed withilllltSS. fi.von Tohel returner! from Helena on^Sunday'a coach. TugNo)ile and Krnest Kichanla are airk^with pneumonia. Theatageaart* making good time coitaid-^eting the weather. FrankMcNerney khh in from Flutwillow^tirst of the week. Thedriver of the lliet coach epent last^Friday night on the prairie. The^german^ wna ao much enjoyed that^it will be repeated at an early date. T.R. Carson has rented L. Landt's build^^ing and bun opened up for buatueaa. Mr*.VWamm, ^! I^Uilbrov^...

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. — 5 February 1891

ThreeM'.ners Weare three miners. fill,Tom and I.^Young. strong anil hopeful. Ourtrade we ply.^Fred works fur silver. fiuldis Tom's line.^While I aTMMM make u S utt maiden mine. Lowell ('itizen. HitBminess. 'Whatbusiness are yon in now.^Yabsley^ I'min Mm stationury, fancy and^notion trade. ^ ! 'Yes. Whenever I get a notion to^go to work I fancy it won't pay; so J^remain stationary. Comprene/.-vous^^^^American Stationer. Notice--TimberCulture. Noticeof Final Entry. LandOffice at Lewistown. Mont., |^January ft. j^Notice is hereby given that the following-^named settler has tiled notice of his inten^^tion to make final proof in support of his^claim, and that said proof will be made he-^fore tlie Kexistcr and Receiver at lewis^^town, Mont., on February 14, 1891, viz: JubnBrooks, whomade pre-emption declaratory state^^ment No. !r2.S!l, for the Si SWi. S^'', SKi,^Sec. 14: NW, NE*. Sec. ^1, Tp. 14 N., K.^lo K. Henames the following witnesses to^prove his continuous residence upon, and^culti...

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