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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 23 April 1891

crcm Vol.VIII. No. 38. LEWISTOWK,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, ei-tfit*(Count*! ^truu* HBLI^HKI^ WKKKI.Y BV JOHNM. VROOMAN. : Editor A Proprietor Enter.d^t Le^i^to*n PO as second class matter TKRMSOF SUBSCRIPT'OH : (Ifi^aiJ in :^'iT^nce.) one^^r --- ixmouth* leA**** Ihrat month*^ Aimthirty days: t)ii*y yvitrRM ailiimiithn2.00 1lire* luittilbs 1.50 ADV ERTIS1NG RATES : 1 ucli. on* Insertion 1.00 1 ^^uiouth_ S.00 1 '^ ^ix ^^ is.oo 1 ^ one Tear .- -'J4..UO .~j.c-i^l rate* given uu large -pa, e and Mauding lrertiM.iuei.ts.^Local notice* l-l eenl^ per line,^-pei-ial advertisement* rayal^le striclly in ad-^unci limillHOSTtK. MM*Uirectorv- 'M,vernorJo^epl, K. Tonle, Helen:, l.ieut.(.iovcrnor.... Jolm E. HI, hard- Hun.^Member ol Congress, T. H. Carter, Htltaa Secretary[Mil Kolwilt, Helenn TreasurerK. O. Hickman, Helena kaditorE. A. Kenney, Hel...

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. — 23 April 1891

LKWIKTOWN, THTRSUAY, April 2.1, ^Jl OFFICIALPAPEtt OF FERGUS COUNTY. Pl'BI.ISHKPWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Pennsylvaniawill give $f^0O,0O0 for^the world's fair. Nowcomes Colonel George W. Will^^iams, whoever he is, and says Henry^M. Stanley is an iniposter andafrand.^Another idol sent glimmering. .ludgeDeWolfe was defeated by 200^majority. By a strange coincidence^there were just KM reasons advanced^by his late Judgeship why Precinct 34^should not be thrown out.^Journal. Thedeadly cyclone opened the sea^son in Texas last week by destroying^^ Ml court house in HanM'ord. Trail^ing in a nottheasterly direction, it^cleaned up a town called Paladora, in^^ ^kIahoma Territory. Col.Daniel Searles, who for two^years past has had editorial charge ol^the River Pi ess, has accepted a posi^tion on the Ureal Falls Tribune. The^colonel is an able writer and a thor^ough gentleman. The Tribune is robe^congratulated. Aboutone half ol the population of^Boston is engaged in gathering...

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. — 23 April 1891

JamesA. Shields Pout. No. 1*1 ol^Lewistown, meets tlie last Tiles^day of each montli. at 2 |^. in. T.J. Frost. B.II. B^^^m^n.( oIlllliallillT. Adjt. LOCALHAPPENINGS Thecurlew has arrived.^Road* are getting in food shape.^Duct urn are kept linsv these ^1h^K. K. Smith spent last Sabbath in Msidmi.^i^. H. Weidman is in from ArmoH's rreek.^L. Burner viaiU-d Maitlen lirst of the^week. i.HT. Norman a ^^iliWl i* uu'virni Btoag^l apiill v. Oatsare worth three conta a pound in^t hie ma rket. Dr.Williard mad.! n professional trip to^^ ^ka hist week Thehall pln.v.-rs have eent to I'hirngo for^halls and l^;i i h. JohnFogartv was in IrOH his sheep^ranch, Tuesduv. Welearn that Mrs. Alice Barrows of 1 het^has been t^uite ill. Thetrack of the bull whip will soon ba^heard in the land. OliverJ utras has been sick with the grippe^for the past week. Agreat many children are afflicted with^the whooping cough Goto T. C Power ^fc Bio. for sugar. A^new supply just received. AndrewJackson Dawes, of f'bet, v...

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. — 23 April 1891

NEWSNOTES. Spottedfever has broken out inMii-^quite, Texas, and is spreading rapidly^with fatal results. Wni.T. Baker, president of the Chi^^cago Board of Trade, has been elected^president of the board of directors of^the world's fair. to*^ucceed Lyruan J.^Gage, resigned. Theemployes ot Wostenholm'n cut^^lery works, Sheffield, England, have^^truck against a reduction of five per^cent in wages, due to the loss of trade,^because of the new American tariff. Advicesfrom Now Orleans announce^the settlement of the celebrated suit^of Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines, and the^successful heirs in the will probate^struggle now going on in Brooklyn^will be some $800,000 richer thereby. Mrs.Halford, wife of the the presi^^dent's private secretary, E. W. Hal-^ford, died in Washington on the 15th^inst. Mrs. Halford died of bronchitis,^from which, combined with asthma,^she has been a sufferer for many rears.^She was 42 years ^f age. InChicago, after a sensational trial,^John C. Cosgrove and James R. McEl-^l...

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. — 30 April 1891

Counto Vol.VIII. Xo. 39. LEWISTOWX,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. gtrgtt*(CtftmUt ^.rnu II BLIsHF.tl WKKKI V BY JOHNM. VROQMAN. : Editor a Proprietor. Entaradat Le^vis!ov^n P O as second class rr attar T.C. POWER ^ ERO, TERMSOF BUBBCRIFTIOK: (Ifpaid in bAwmBwI On*year ^ WtM sixMBtti ^^'r* 1lire*, months^ I^SB 1KBTHIKTV KAYS: .ne yearSS.50 siimonth*2.00 Inree months l.hO ADVKRTISIXO KATES: 1 nch. one insertion 1.00 J ^'month~~ s.OU 1 ^^ all '^ 16.00 1 *' one vear 24.00 -pecialrates given on large spare and standing^a ivertiaementa. .ot mI notices l.ri cents per line. -portaladvertisement! payalile strictly in ad- BtMi OlFK IAL ROSTEK. MatrUirrctorr. i.iiveniurJoseph K. Toole, Helena I.ieul.QmvmtmiMlolin K. Jtlckurd*. Unite Mtuber hi Congress, I, H. Carter, Helena secretaryboat* Rotwitt, Helena TreasurerK. O. H irk titan, Helena minorK- A...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 30 April 1891

fevkut (Ctnmtu ^vii*te. I.EWLSTOWX. THURSDAY, April M, *^1 OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY M'BLI.HEDWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor k Proprietor. Lain!Commissioner Carter has been^ill with the |ti|H^, He in a^tiiii at the^helm, however CountVon Molt lie ^lie^l in Berlin on^tliei^ It li inst. of heart failure. Europe^lias lost its greatest military genius. Thepresident was given an enthusi^^astic welcome on the Pacific coast.^He received a baptism of flowers at^some point 8. Withgood prices for beef, wool and^mutton and a market for wheat, Fei^^gns county should soon Mr it MM more^prosperous t imes. TheShermans will accept the $100,^000 fund being raised tor them, but^are sorry so large a sum is being raised.^It is, indeed, pit iful. Thefamous McHale anti-tights bill^got left in the shuttle on the closing^days of the Minnesota legislature, and^did not become a law. SenatorCower arrived in Helena^last week from the east. In an inter^view he predicts a prosperous year for^Montana and th...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 30 April 1891

Jami-sA. Shields Post. No. U of^I.ewintnwn. meet* the last Tueo-^dav of Mck month, at 2 p. in. T..1. nm i.^K. H. Hon mis. t'liiunmiiilor.^Adjt. BD8INE8SMENTION Lowestpricra on Bom! i)uulity rt^nir at^T C. I'ower A Br... lMjt^M*Hob*MMcklar ^ l.ar.lw;.!.-. v.erk . MMMMQ.V^- through court LOCALHAPPENINGS. S.I BAm .^ ^^ fri.ii. I ii....^Mmkm mmd hail T.i.-^.l...v ninl.i.^Court raWMMManf M^^i.il:i\.^Ilfiul nolicr of reward for bafMI h-nt.^.1. J. I^avi^. of Mwatags Hot. btm hi town l.mt^wk. WnHifainpalsSah court docket ami i^list of jurors.^0. M. StaHi.nl took a hiiaiumut trip to | ^ka last wrek. CI., (.oiler, of Alpine, whs in after sup^^plies first of the week Q,W.Cook viaited his sheep raneh Fri^^day, returning Sunday. M. I.. I'..land, ^.f Maiden. waited the .njnt v seat last Monday. T..1. Frost and A. .laekiuan were in from^McDonald .'i.-.-k yesterday. Hughiir.-en was over from Ft. MaginniH^last Monday after supplies. Hanson.V. Powell received a Ii. sh supply^^^t drugs ami candies thi...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 30 April 1891

TariffPictures Acheap coat is tne demand of the^age. So, at least, Cleveland says. He^should add, however, that a cheap^coat means a cheap tailor. averaoedaily wages.^Tailor*.^Germany, SAe per day. England,$1 ,9S. UnitedStates (New York State), $2.50. Howshould we profit as a nation to^reduce the price of clothing and estab^^lish OO cents per day as the current^wages of tailors^^New York Press. Ifwe cannot sell unless we buy, how^is it that wesold to British Australasia^last year $11,206,484 worthot goods, and imported there^^from only $4,277,076. NewYork Press. Rentsare a little higher in thiscoun^try. Why^ Because it costs more to^build. Who is benefited^ The wicked^carpenter, for one. Look at this: EnglandAverage daily wages, six^^teen cities, $1.28: I'nitedStates^Average daily wages,^thirty-two cities (sixty-nine unions or^associations), $2.35. Inthe above compaiison we have in^^cluded a large number of the smaller^townsof the states, where carpenters^are only paid from $2 to $2...

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 May 1891

Vol.VIIl. No. 40. LEWISTOWK,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, MAY 7. 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. gci-giie^C^nmty cA.rtiu* BillWtEKI.V BY JOHNM. VROOMAN. : Editor t, Proprietor. FnUrd ^t Le*ltto*n POas second classiratter TERMSOF MJBOCKIFTfOW : (If|^aij in advance.) OneMM ~- MlUJOIltbs^m 1.50 1lire* luulilb*- Mi AMKRTIIIRTV HAYS: DMyear83.S0 -ixiiivntb........ 2.00 i!. r. . Itiuulbj* l.bO ADVERTISING KATKS : 1 I ch. MM insertion 1.00 1 ^mouth..-^ SOU 1 ^^ tlx ^^ m 1 *^ MM Ml 24.00 spvci.ilMH giveu on Urge space MM* staudlus^a I rertikt'iuelita. MnIMWj 15 ceula per line, 9MHMIMlVMIMMMBM payable atrirtly in ad-^i mice OFFICIAL.ROSTER. SlateDirectory. UoMflMICMMJM K. Toole, fiiratOanreraxsrtona K. BJcHwmI MmMMol Congress, I. 11. Carler. llsnHfjLovaia Rocwiti, TreasurerK. O. 11 ick man. .auditorat A. Kenney, Alt'yGeneral,...Henri J. Haskell, ^ liiul .1 usl i^'i- Supreme Court Henry...

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 May 1891

gtVQtxe,(Coutttu ,\viute. 91 LKW'ISTOWN , THI KSDAY, May^OFFICIAL PAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY. published weekly bv JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. Theepidemic of influenza^increase in England. ison the Itis estimated that the public debt^was decreased over a million dollars duringApril. Wehear but little now of Marquis^Hudiui. He is probably tekiag rudi^^mentary lessons in diplomacy. lerrySimpson says Judge (Jresham^w ill be the Alliance candidate for pres^^ident. Perhaps the Judge will over^^rule his motion at the proper time. andthe promise is that this country^will be able to supply it. If the con^^ditions now indicated shall be realized^the farmers of the I'niteJ States will^have a measure of prosperity during^the next two years greater than they^havi- had at any time for a number of^years past, and it would seem that in^any event, assuming that this year's^crop will not exceed the average for^several years, American farmers are^assured a generous return for their^industry. The o...

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 May 1891

Jamr-aA. BMtM* Pm*. Kb. I* ot^UtWon, M**^ ^h^ lnct Tiien-^dnv ,.f I'iirli iiiontli. at I p. in H. II HO^ M AN. Adj't. T.j, Front,^4 'oiinnunilt-r. BUSINESSMENTION Italiaami (iertrmn millet need at C K.^chanls. *^^ range*. Irmoiia and tine maple ^iig;ir at^K. Itirliariln.^owt-Ht prices on finest ^|uality flour at^rtirtl .V Bro.^^ .liitriis iV Hohensai-k for linn.'^ins in!^rilwure, iniit-liiiisrv ^Vf. through court k. LOCALHAPPENINGS. A-adailvi riImnI al HMMfc toi snle.^MMiubtr the coiieerl to morrow ^ven- heattendance at the concert promises^be very lar^**. ulver.V N'ohle are fin ninliin^ music for^K. I arson this week. ,.V. RWm, the Mhp hardware^in, arriTeil in town yesterday.^fas'HiS have commenced work onClius.^well's residence, on Filth a\enue.^he efforts to establish a lair and racing^ociation promises to lie a success. \V. Taylor, the well known Great^}% attorney, arrived in town Sunday,^he weather last Saturday night and^nday was rather severe on the little^ba M.Emery, represe...

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 May 1891

GRANTS BIRTHDAY Commemoratedby Two Annual Dinners in^New York NewYork, April 27.^ Tli^ annual^dinner in commemoration of the birth^^day of Gen. Grant was held at Del-^iiionieos to-night and attended by^many notables. The banquet hall^was beautifully decorated. After a^toast to the memory of Gen. Grant^was drunk in silence, the gentlemen^present all stood up and greeted Mrs.^(^rant, who was in the gallery, with^applause. She was accompanied by^MT daughter, Mrs. Sartoris. and other^ladies. Hon. Joseph H. Choate pre^^sided. Among the other prominent^gentlemen present were Senator Ev-^arts, Chauncey M. Pepew, Minister^Romero, of Mexico, Senator Brice,^George M. Pullman, Gen. Swayne.^Senator Evarts spoke to the toast,^^ The day we celebrate,^ briefly review^^ing Grant's career and closed with an^eloquent tribute to his works. Col.^Pougla-s, of Baltimore, an e.x-confed-^erate, made an address, in which he^said: ^Grant said 'let us have peace,'^and, thank God. we have peace, and^^Oath and ...

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 May 1891

Coimtii Vol.VIII. N^^. 41. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, gtl+nm(Ccmntu ^ra^* 11BL1SHK1. HOI i BV JOHNM. VROONIAN. : Editor A Proprietor. Enteredat Le^isto^n POassecond class matter TKKMSOF SUBSCRIPTION : IIf paiJ in aiW^iu t-l oneyear ~ *300 *iimonth* e^BJ Jlire** mouths ^^'I*! aTTalTHIRTY DAYS: ('lieyear$3.50 -I*ii...i.Hi- 2.00 ii.i...' montb* ~ 1.60 ADVERTISING KATKS ; 1 nch. oiie insertion 1.00 1 ^mouth^ $.00 1 ^ ill ^^ _14.00 1 ^^ on* rear 2*.00 I....in. ral*^ g-iveu uo large ^uace and staudina^a leilisement..^..ucal notice. 15 cents per Una.^pasts! a-lveruaeiueni. payable strictly in ad- .H1 11 I VI. ROSTER. iiuiiDirectory. overiiurJo^epli K. Toole, I.ieui.ciov. rnurlolin K. Klckurd .*l:iuber ol vJuugreas, T. 11. Carter, secretaryLouis Rutwilt, TreasurerK. O. Hickman, vu.iitorE A. Kenney, Alt'yUeueral,. Henri J. Haskell, O...

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 May 1891

IFergue^otmtu Argue. LEWISTOWN , THURSDAY, May. 14 01 OFFICIALFAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY. publishedweekly by JOHNM. VROOMAN. : Editor ^ Proprietor. LandCommissioner Carter will arrive^in Helena this week on a fortnight's^absenr-e. TheJudith land office has received^instructions to accept application*^for final proofs in timber culture. TheHelena Journal is running a^^tory in its Sunday edition entitled^^The Master of Silence.^ It is unnec^^essary to state that, tbe leading char^^acter is a man. Jin Ice Shiran of South Dakota has^decided that Indian tribes are not^nations and that Indians are amen^able to the same laws as other people^The .fudge has a level head. essary,when tbe spirit of justice and^retribution transcends all forms of law^and becomes impatient of its slow^operation. A majority of the people^of Louisiana and no doubt of the^I'nited States, approved the action of^the citizens in the affair and the weight^of public sentiment as well as the^convictionsof the men composing 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. — 14 May 1891

JamesA. MrfaUa Tost. No. 10 of^Lewmtown, meet* the lnnt Tues^^day of each month, at 2 p. in. T.J.Fromt.^B K. bowmax, ^ ommaniler.^Adj't. BUSINESSMENTION !-**^(! at C E Alfalfaand Herman millet^Richard*. Oranges,lemons nmi tine map!.- sugnr at^^'. K. Rirlinnl*. Lowestprice* on tinest .pnility Hour at^T. C. Pawer A Bro. Biirnon.1 Ball's sheep shears at .lutras .t^HokMMtk'i liai.lttiir.- store. LOCALHAPPENINGS. 1 barley Kelly is gradually improving. OuriiierctiHtits are hnvinu a good trade. D..1. Kane has the tower erected for Alex^Branson's wind mill. FredDpNagM has n-l uriinl to tows) from^the Castle mining region. W.W. HeWitt will soon commence work^on his new store building. Notethe change iu.lutras A Hohensack's^advertisement on first page. W.O. Straw's horse brand will be found^in our ^Horse Brand lhrectory. D.A. Meagher has sold bin bunch of cat-^\ lis to S. S. Hobson, realising $20 per head. TheGrand Army veterans will observe^memorial day, May Mtfc. See programme^elsewhere. C....

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 May 1891

DoablePay. Sleeping-carPorter ^ ^Half ilollali^more, sah, if you please. TheHon. I). B. Hill-^What^ Porter^Yes, sah. Fifty cents fur^de guvner ann fifty cents fur ^le sena^^tor.^^Chicago Tribune. ASuitable Preaent MotherFreddie, to-morrow isyour^father's birthday and I must makehim^a present. Can't you suggest some^^thing he would appreciate Freddie)whosefather is bald-headed |^^ Yes. ma, give him a comb. He will^nnver part with it.^Brooklyn Eagle. BeenThere Hiinaelf. Aman with a satchel and umbrella^struck a banana j^eel on Jefferson^avenue, near Wayne, yesterday, and^as he went up and came down and^tried to cover the whole town his sat^^chel hit a passing dray horse and hi*^umbrella thrashed the legs of a tele^^graph boy. A second man, who was^close behind him, extended a helping^hand, and as t be victim scrambled up^lie looked at No. 8 and remarked: Isn'tit funny^ Notvery. Youdon't laugh'' No. Youdon't even smile^'^^^No. Itisn't because you can't, is it^ Oh,no. Tht^ reason is bec...

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 May 1891

fttm ountil Vol.VIII. No. 42. lewjstowx,fergus county, mont., thursday, may 21, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. ,ci-o^t* CComttu II BLIMJKI. WKKKI.Y HY JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor^ Proprietor. Enteredst Leoi.toAn POas second diss rr.sttsr^1 KK.MS OF Sl'BSCKIPTION : (Ifpaid in advance.) Oneyear -- 13.00 Sixuiuiith*- 1-50 Jlire* uionthft 5-00 AFTEKTHIRTY DAYS I Oneyear^3..v) Sixmonths^... 2.00 Ibree luuiilht,^ l.bO ADVEKTISING KATES : 1 i.cti, uti^ inaertlon1.00 1 ^wouthS.00 1*^ mix ^ woo 1one v*^r ^24.00 -peci*]rules giveu nu Urge f|^^i e ^u^J stmuiiinK^^ ircitiMtuieDti. ^^I. mMm iSceittf I*' line,^.-pccia! :rtvt'rti3fiiit-nin payaMi strictly ju *tl- T.C. POWEE ^ BEO., LEWISTOWN, MONTANA, OlMl I II. HUM KK. Mlr llilrtlorv- l.overnorlo^cph X* Toole. Hetaaa I.ieut. Uov.-niorlohn K. Itlckurd.-,, lintlv Minber of Congress, T. II. ^ 'arter. Helena HeptelalJLoeia liotwin. Helena I Treesn re...

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 May 1891

fevoitaCCoitutu -Aviute. LKWISTOWN . THURSDAY, Mav Jl. t^l OFFICIALFAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY. Pl'BI1*HEH WEEKLY by JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor^ Proprietor. Col.Robert J. Ingersoll is expected^in Helen* this weak. Foresttires have done great dam^^age in northern Michigan. Inless than ten years the Granite^Mountain silver mine of Montana has^paid dividends amounting to over^S1 ^^,i k jo,000. I'rof.Brings is a profound Biblical^scholar and in line with the advanced^thought of the as;e. He sees clearly^that if the church would hold its own^it must lay aside the crude and rigid^doctrines born of a darker age and^accept the results of scientific research^and rational, intelligent investigation.^I'rof. Briggs, in a word, believes there^must be growth and expansion in re^^ligion as in everything else, or inertia^and death will follow. Hut I'rof.^Hriggs will have to go. The despotic^powers abov^^ him are as relentless as^the Czar of Russia. ANew Knglund hand organ factory^MM shut down. Manpiis ^le R...

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 May 1891

JamesA. Shields Post. No. 1!^ oi^Lewistown, meets the last Tues^day of each month, at 2 p. in. T.J. Frost.^B. H. Rowmin, Commander.^Adj't. BUSINESSMENTION iita )^'. Alfalfaand QtrMI millet seed^Richards. OMMajam,laaMMP aaal ''in- !,,8I^i \ E. Kii hnnls. Lowestprii-ca on lim-st ^|U.ilit v Hour at^T. C Power i Hic. Hurgon.* Ball's sheep shear* at .Intra* ft llobeiisavl.'shardware store. LOCALHAPPENINGS. IJuietsinre court adjourned. Courtadjourned Inst Friday. Beadnotice of ranch for sale. NelsonIVotlitt is down with the grippe. WillPowell MM in Ir the Judith Tues- tlay. Arewe Roinu tt^ hMnW Thnt is the^^luestion now. I'eterSchmidt is building a residence on^hia property un Broadway. W.C.Walldorf has taken ^ position with^\V. \V. l^e\Vitt as bookkeeper. .lamesH. Me-e has been confined to h:s^room l.y illness for the past week. atariValentine lUMl Marry Kendall^were dow n from Maiden Tuesday. Miss11 el I e u Oray came in from Tliet^Friday last, remaining until Sunday. Mrs.Sain Latl came...

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 May 1891

Savedthe Oeneral ^ Life. AnintereHting incident in connection^with President Harrison's vi.-sit to At^^lanta wan his meeting with Mr. George^Cook, a piano manufacturer of Boston.^The grandfather of Mr. Cook was the^Captain Cook wbo fir*l tsnd the life ofOeneral William Henry Harrison^from the Indians at thehattleof Tippe^^canoe. Mr. Cook and Mrs. Cook had^been spending a few days with Gov^^ernor Bullock at Atlanta, and on in^^vitation of Mayor Hemphill went up^the road to meet the President. BlaineFond of the Opera. Mr.Blaine is very fond of music, but^admits he is a little backward on Wag^^ner. He says he expects, however,^that his talented young son-in-law,^Walter Damiosch.will tiring him up to^par in a few years. The lirst question^Mr. lilainu always asks when he comes^t o New York, or it used to be so, is,^' W hat operas are there to-night^and many a time when his friends^thought I hat he was secluded in his^room at the Fifth Avenue of an even^^ing he was really enjoying, behind...

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