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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 14 February 1884

SUN RI ERSUN. VoL 1I, -. .. SUN RIVER, MONTANA TE ITORY, FEBRUARY 14, 1884, No, i, o f Agents of the titu. ...toll ..... t I .1.0e SUN RIV , astt, Present and bre.. p:Ciographical 8keteh. of .its Two First 8ettiles. "HiSdry of its Early SettleAent..Orig. letl Locators of the Valley Ranches. Beautiful Homes--ilmMien Wheat Fields of the Future.. -*- - - . --...- ... Tle beautiful abeam teows Mhoatthgh this agl anording to Lewis & Clarke mouns tcjwcine or Sun river, hence the nanmo th which those c-plorers christoned t,.and which our town and valleybear 1day. It would be impossible to rt~ ever so brief an outline history this town and valley without men oning the names of two men who ve boon identified with it from its st ettlement until now, therefore , w:ill endeavor to give a slight bio r)phical sketch of each. Mh'. John Largent, Hun River's first ttler, was born in Illinois and caind ,b . ,atana in 18(12, and entered th.e ue of the American far company ., ,t Benton. Leaving tha...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 14 February 1884

Sun River Sun. ftSun. sa D oEr TItRtiDAY BY THtI Sun-River Publishing Company. l 1DAVID ALJIA. ,o" ........................mra.. pter soar, Stritly in Advncn,.... $ ot. Thursday, February 14. OUR BOW. "obday we Inunch the B.S Rtvxn Stu. Out On the Montana sea of journalism wtHe so many broad and stately rlhets tat already spread and being wtlfted by the steady breeze of popular patronage on toward that very desirable haven, flilu. enaO, and ask and expedt the lileral sup. ort of tall the people in this vilinity, .s well as a share of the patronage of rest. dents in other parts of this territory. Our faith in the future of Montann is unbounded, and especially of that portion within a circuit of eighty miles, having its center at this'town. Being inntimatly acquainted with its ultual, mineral aed stoek.ris.I ¢'te hfio r faith In " ln tI s g our place atnong the other I.rnals of the tenritoy, we do so with th~e declaration that the Sun shall be a thoroughly independent, hon.partiian pa...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 14 February 1884

UN RIVER SUN. ADVERTIBINGO HATES. -*i - '.Tl.- , $ . 12. .k 2t, R. ; l h . A l. 12. m. thse . t. . * . '" 11 montl . 1 , 1 I?. 6 .r 1a. ,aIl. tmlnners notices It reatlin matter, 2 1 cents ftnalnaaa nattleP lr ct ntt pe r lin for tirrt In rtilln .ad tIII ctlt p1r lin for each rotia qortli otlona of unrn mld t.1r EtPirtY, taint, Foundm \nntntlu Snd otlhr "Intllnr ttlce a, ,ll . a ils tpr Iin, for eaehl It.ollot. Ta'atualat ndrertivlebrnts muut Iao pnid In nal. lr ndvertisnnmrut to be ettled for qunr AtlvortlsjnA ngnnts and othorn will ývwo Plnln;t, nn lim pH . y lrnel pemiIIinn nol f hlfaIve ri.t',, for under no ircutrrianotc will we dulrinle fitranl them. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. B. NEWMAN, PLIYIS('IAN AND BUl(IIEON, iun hiver, - - Mtontana. THOMAS H. OARTER, ATTOIINEY.AT-LAW, COtler: bMain St., Foot of Brotadway, HIelena, 1. T. W. n. RlrrrTt,. . W. a.trri.. 3ETTLE & SETTLE, ATTOIINEY8-AT-1,AW, FT. nan.l.O., x. T. - Will trnctlo in all t ('tuurta of the Terrltory: ny, sII ld :mve rnta...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 14 February 1884

FROM i4E NORTH. btU8U),yePM ih Cr'edi*-The Pioean R W.I ºý. tIrrigat Ing Ditch lt -Plenty of Room for more Settlers, Aoutc. CaQll.!io or '.ttRelt (nltt~E loFtltthtl. try 10, 114. Taking this nl ft statulpoint I will brieily drsteiib the atrrounlding ptountry. lillch creek fronm the ppIl.Iips fo itts jtunctlon with Dadger rAks, a dastnuce of nearly fth ~ ul , fqmn that part of the sut~ll. gwb of ,Cheo great flaktfoot, or Son popeoly, South Plogan reservatlin, meloquently any description of the roun t . .th of here would be of but little Jit to t pattles .contemplating at trip to -Is section; but as there is a bare poisl. bilily that the Indiuns may be entlrely ml.lsoed to another part of the country, I may have a few words to say about the meervatlon. Dirch crek was first settled by partl's, who came ,to stay, last summer. T1'l --polt Ja .about flfteen miles below thte .moutlslat between here and the allotlt. ,t. lldart & lDavis, sheep muen, halue .loated two sheop ranches; ~cLea...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 21 February 1884

Sun River Sun. Agents of the Sun. The following namtedl gntlint nr nerto ntf tin un, end any uuthorilud to recolye tiau -rlp. taons and receipt therefor. homentiAN e .............................sn Rive SA. H ............ .. .....(hotnut . G. arrnt.. ............Johntown in. (t. Grtt,...............y I ('htru Sialnn n&(ter .'r i a P. or No.eon ........................... n .fltri'n A . cihot ...... t_ . ,arhorn a;ien in, .....:..:.: .aor ('roo, 'rTHE_ REIDENCU ERECTED BY JoHN. behold tihe mansion reared by Jack. i'thb malt In many Rulethorle iaank, n thle proud olrqno of van's bivounac, ,Tnrk how the rat's frlonious fnnom tunmlo The golden atore in Jolm's pavilion laid. Ann, with vevet foont and Tnrqltll strides, thtl fi.rlma kinn o his inIrrlZ ifl',- (itimaalkin rm, ft s1 ti l.rn, Iln1t fit hose naI--i.ceutlShah.r'a sackcloth rent. 1 now is plneep-momntl tl lnn fe's nslnult e e theilnlowr prinn a tihe ,ntl tti ass complete at aok's craeatl l. ampetonrm Cnow with crmphla horn, r...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 21 February 1884

.Ui+LTI.IIU~ t'YpIIY I I114tflH.~ ltY JuNil DAlVI P. I.U.1 .... ...................... W LL U11Awu ........... ............. MANMIICI TM- 8, pur yo r crl, I.l) iI Adv:inunr, U. THUIISDAY, FEIJUI U'AY 14i. THE SUN'S ROUND-UP ---f Interesting Territorial Para graphs. The Mille Laos Indians are reported short o. provimions. D. W. Felton has been elected may or of Virginia City. It was 80 dog. below zero at Butte on Monday morning. BDozoman'n prisonor's are utilizred in ,clonu..lg the strec'ts. Jay Gould lpredictL that good finan cial times are coming. The proprietors of the Butte skat ing rink admit ladies free. Last weaook Butte shipped bullion to tho uamount of $86,2i~2.25. A board of trade will be organized in Whito Sulphur Springs. There is eighteen inches of snow betwoon:Benton and Assinaboino. A contract has hoen signed for the Sreotion of 8a $2,000 hotel at Belknap. Our exchanges have it that the Bar- v ker smdlter will start again the 25th. t Caour d'Alene means in the Indian ....

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 21 February 1884

SUN KIVER SUN. ADVEItTIf.I3N( Ji ATES. I lnalr i drh t mll e' t )l e e p t' tln for lint In.t t0rlyon, Lest, Found W 1ntitn'.1, an . Spec 7. N Il. cs . Iunt ', n l n eltles ifn redintl miOto r, 2i11 rentsa irn ltr, nati re a I lra t n ttiuiL wuit llwe' lhtinurt.tr tre uald Brusness Notrnicesd. i . .nn .e advetil tn'l ir t mu'in lh ir TI tIn actd. t el'a ,l.r ,do ,iicmi ntl .to hie se'itle tl Iir 'nnr,1 of FTHlrUnry uDAt, for iivAti Y t ,' i' i i' UNma AtainSrtltinta Iiltgire of th iniwllt ('or. ntl||ti''. lim h, by fl innt inln of nlhtt e rig t , orenet an clr ail tdta JOwill w . d:lI;u ... 2-ltlt HiTIOtAli ItomE. DISOLUTICEON NOTICE. __ Not i e rey atvi n tiiit tiie ca.prtni r thii o tl Fehrlunry "1111" for revirtin tIllthe ew cllla llll-ll of Hurr Ihlrsr-uF>,t1',iaiai' rodi. Fl'r slprifiitt. --utlrlntr aealitnra.. will t.lhe lt l,II lhtii im·t a'. - a--- l ln'td11 clllt't ut the llate hit. 11i.rr . ri ghtt. R OM' r-un r uller 4. 'r, .. 4 1AItA1Tli OB PLU TION NOTICE. Ti l tif n...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 21 February 1884

TELEGRAPH IC The Latest News From all Over the Country. --0---- THE FLOODS. Wheeling, W. Va,, Feb. 18. The people of Wellsburg are destitute and suffering. A dispatch has been sent from here asking the war department to send $10,000 there at once. The work of relieving the suffering pro greases favorably, but there is still great need. The home fund for re lief has reached $25,000 in cash, and an equal amount in goods, but this and the outside help disappear as fast as reeeived. Among the contributors are John] W. Garrott of Baltimore, and S. J. Tilden and J. W. Keeno of New York. Masons desiring to contribute can send drafts to the Masonic Relief committee. The State Fair association is ruined. There will be no fair in September. The eptire city is under water three-fourths of it to the housetops. All of our merchants loseheavily, and one-half of the citizens lose all their house goods. The river has dropped two inehoe sincelast night. Supplies are coming in and a famine is being a...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 28 February 1884

n IiverYSun. Agents of the Sun. liowinea noamed~o Rantlemaen des au~flb of ,ls~neodayiath¶Ie toeere su o w~erliuoa~tlp. uurnum,, , .·Winu rpm/ ::::::::::.... e..w..::# tor ROFESSIONAL OARDS. " WMAN, PHYSICIAN AND IURlGEON, S- ---Montana. S . anOavO. sLaent D. wS1. ON & WtUD, ATTORNEYB-AT-LAW, rLEn-o008. MAIN AND BROADWAYT HEILENA, M.t T. H. CARTER, ATTOtNII.AT.LaW, mawtsT. 0. W. sTTLa. &UATTLU, ATTOBN3!S-AT.aAW. e.T BBsNON, .l T. P. DYAS, NOTARY PU BLl C. BUN RIVER, M. T. WOODS. rAT PUBLIC A U. . LAND AT!T'. Ins promptly attrndr to. lloreno, Montana. RLES OESI4WEND, FASHIONABLE TAILOR. tn and rrpaiing done with neetse patch. Chari,. reasonable. a ' Blotk, Bon itsa, MONTr. F. WELHOU8ER. Ourdener and Dealer in RY and GARDEN PRODUCE ou in nrd of Milk. otter pf Ve on wrllt do well to uehin r Iti ca T lo ao.. - BSn Riveor. Stohol Zouse, Prickly Pecr ý.rn ~lena and Fort irn-.e m ani, and a e., eomtorpil bed hertof Wines, Iquors and OCgars. MAIT MzLcOm.., Paor. ADVERTISMENTS. LOADS...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 28 February 1884

* Sun River Sunt. Sun River Publishinti Company. DAVID 11. HALT,................L...... airrv WILL HANXB ..................... NMIANrS 1i. TE1 I $,:p r pair, Strictly in Aidvrntuc,....~ 3 rl'. THURSDAY, MARCH 6l, SOUlTiH FORK. ItsDfscovery.-Supposed Hidden Treas ures---Itls t:aural Advantages as a - Stock Growing and Agricul tural Section--Gold Mines. FionREsc, M. T., Mar. 3d. Tlio valley of the South Fork of Sun River is considerod one of the finest in the territory. It is well adailed to oitbhr stuok raising or farming, as the vast herds and well filled granaries attest. Its importanco add intorests are identical with Sun Rivertand cihuld .not b, overlooked or nitlofdd 'ThIe'Soith Fork was discovcred in !806'by'Casvi Lewis, when on his re tiiih frt.riThe montuh of th'-Colurnbia 'ndIwtds cblold after the eonio!e-shapod mountain that stands at the upper end of the valley. His in terpreter is responsible for this name; certainly not the Peigans, for they call. it Sic-kah-toe-yis, whi...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 28 February 1884

Al RVEIT1I I R1 N.'ai lae r . r! 11 ~ . : 1 1 A U V ý.Iý ý I ..'t I , l "I , 1 . .. 1 UV,1,1 IiN i. +. 10 1;. I UI. II a '~'" ;· :I . I nflfl l 1 I. ;teaIcI'r notlci' In rc:(Iing mntt"r, 2 cente lcxinrýt net lr INc lntI per line for hirrt In. 'p M ii n r 111 0110 i tiotm flt I t o e fu r iwlv' f- r (10111 i;rln r , of~ t, Flou h~ niho ived Oh Ier ýn ll" r f!r · In r n rc linborctIu c mint hoI fell;(' frll , liirri tS~t~;llr ,tvcrtincrmun tt to be a."trllcd for clnnl_ trrlr. t lul flll, i n u . rut, mjl'llll I~1~I,~ ·p:tlr t, r and r nn cl cun u\.lu( W out wull-al t. from Special Business Notices. FOR SALE. 'f'h~ n0 H lon f ivl'vr Ii393trLIt, tl .'tl'vr µ"t4 little- thi Is Tgi t ti or i,l ano t..j'h~ fit,-t'' s'r I w1.33OK to 3'0333(Si 141 the3 ''wt3333ii3. Slvt 333,. AhoIN 13,IS 33++r'«n o11Kv" Al39'ii3i' h '", r Ins ol DISSOLUTION NOTICE. 1tia lIs ritIi' glyiti tlnt tho '"3"Pr1935rolNl. ot' tn3iir' 3.31itJ31) hulwo3.n 1,4 3't:u'i' ,.:tg Helsnry mill ,r, 11111 3ll-3'. 333331"I" I st...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 28 February 1884

Sun River Sun. THE WORLD. Forfeiture of Railroad Lands The N. P. Grant. All Honors to the Dead---Gen ous as Brave. The Emma eond Racket not to be Quelched. A San Franciscolat Gets Horsewhiped. Fearful R. R. Accident--.Ter rible Fire in N. Y. Important Star-Route Documents Re ported Stolen. FOREIGN NEWS. L.outxiihi.it, IKy, February 20.--A Cour. ler Journal special tells of a tragedy which took place in Marion county, Ky., in wich Green Clayton and Wash Burke were killed, Lawrence Clayton fatally wounded and Floyd Burke aimo' .i the arm. The tragedy originated in Lawrence Clayton making some improper remark to MissBurke,daughter of the man killed. Father and sons heard of the Insult and tried to make Clayton npologlze, but fallnd, Young Clayton was sustained by his father. The two families armed them. selves with pistols and guns ,nd when they met the tragedy was the result. The parties killed were among the most re. spectdl ettileas of the county and were the heads of large families...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 13 March 1884

Sun River Sun. Agrent of the r un. 1 M .}r.... . . un .t Du ter.. 1 Dod80 .º'..... ....D.:"' 1s8lONAL CARDS. i W .....~ ...AND .SU ldON, sun tMlr. ..... Montana. a t n . : ... .... ... . .. . .. . .. ( I ft, n u ,. aA fr. t. arg. p.. ... ... .. T D. won D. .4' c., l,... ... ".................Ii f a r r ROFESSIOONAL WEEARDS.D pBIoCI . MAN A ND BrODWAIN, S . Montana. WERT GLN o WE D, ATORNEYS-AT-LAW, OIe: Mainit., Footo BroapwnH ldes, n T. . 'a. -0 . AI N AN0.D w. UODWU A, 1, . N'' oNA, X. T. real . ndt o4LI:OHN P. DYAS,IIKN. trTHOMAS ed to take Ral uo n ruondce eultd. AITOtNEY-AT-LAW, -ffice: Main St, Foot ol Broaulwa, Belws, M. T. FUN BRIVTON, H. T. stt Ito. OOf e : Corner Ma in andt lo u d Et. 2.147 J. P WOODS. QIY PUlC A U. B. LAND AlT. eerng proptly attended to. prompt lorence, Mlontana. CleanI and repauthoringsed too . ith neatnessI addlpa. Caorrespon tconaohite. Devne' Blok, u aa, MonM..T. Ha . WELHOUSEROOD. AIY PULICand GARDEN PRODUCE rntohell Houee, ead Prickln peontl' antend...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 13 March 1884

Sun River Sun. DAVID B. nlALL ................ . u.. vronr VLLh HIANKS .... .............. . ...M, Aon s. TEUitSI, er yumr, Strictly in Advance,. ...S iVa THURSDAY, MARCH 13. THE IRRIGATING CANALS. During a recent visit to Holena, we called upon J. D. McIntire, engineter and superintendent of the Sun River Canal Association, and he permitted us to make the followingextracts from his report to the comnpany after locat ing the canal: "Tho land which this company pro poeso to irrigate is bounded on the north by the Teton river; on the east by the Great Falls of the Missouri, and on the west by Sun River. There are nearly thirty townships, or 090,080 acres of land which can be covered by water from this canal. The soil Is of a dark sandy loom, varying in thickness, from to four to twenty feet. The surface is level or slightly rolling, being admirably situated for irrigating, while the quality of the soil is unsurpassed anywhere. The canal will start at a point on the North fork of Sun R...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 13 March 1884

Sun 'River Sun. ADVElTIHBINOi ATEB --- 2,1 3 7: 1 .i 1, 2monh . 7. I, 4. M 1. I li, 12. I moonue 12: 116 21. Ix i5. fi. or ' 1 I1. 1 :e2 nlneM ,oties in modinu mattor, 251 cents cltljionh a t o nnt d, nw other amilt r I na. o umointae will we deI iltt. fIrm urflne n 'ý e 1 i cmln ) ain t imttr, en Ir-i C Straw to he n the wn tonwatered. T. li. 'Powar.. FOR SALE. .T ,..* ver. g un ant ,nomthiriir with ti p- t eiRi n l 1and nkwil ltv .t tl dd NDnnon the cheol lf . t Sun iiver, Montana. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. ltneIu, snr eieby egv.nt ow,,ei8 . aetn iaI &Ih iol r'. lt Oj5 i inji i conrtin th nainamI, ul~ mef lt. 0oro . 1 I onlhr w' iin il o ofle t il m l ra ccon thet deh latfof and Pay all dbmt. o .n.rwted bh sold Vott tWI.Nt MILLER. ia Wt, t ont., Feb. 2, i er, .. JOB PRINTING. ent aljqiid offioer i in the Territory". All kindo ai lle rWctiun g mranitd. THURSDAY, MARCH 18. SUN BEAMS. l S ler lUt., Eb, 2,I . Oraind Mask Ihll Monudy evening, March 17. See udlver. Tisment in unother colu...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 13 March 1884

Sun River Sun. lPsmanm EvMS TSusDATr at em Sun River Publishing Company. STOCK NOTES. L Condition of teock. B. B. Wilson, stock inspector of the Northern Pacifio railroad is registered at the Inter-Ocean. He has been mak ing a tour in Montana, looking up the condition of stock. Mr. Wilson re ports theceattle on the Musselshell, H]fartn and other ranges west of hetren good condition. There have been few losses, and what losses have been sustained have been among state cattle that were not acclimated. Na tive stock have passed through the winter so for with very little loss. .ast and south of here the stock is also doing well. North of the Yellow stone there has been some damage done to young cattle by the wolves. Thbi. ate a greet many stockmen in town sad the universal opinion among them seems to be that Montana is the best took country in the world. There willbe a great many cattle brought here aest summer from the States and other territories. They are com ing from the east south ...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 13 March 1884

1 Sun Rilver Sun Suppliment. VOL, 1 SUN .RIVER, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, MARCI 13, 1884. NO, 5, LDEFmERUnD IATTER] BENTON BREVIT458. A Few Pointers Regarding the "Isolat ed City.gqf theVprpowesut." FoaR B.xos, M. T., Mar. S.. ED. Sus:-If a pilgrim should sud donly cahdsA' lot among us he would bo led to-believe that-ovr town was really what it has been represented to be, the "Isolated City of the North west," but in potjf b f.ot,, BaEton can get up more excitement, and in a shorter length of time, than any place of its size in the western country. Only a few days ago, a flood, or the prospects of iane, ptlt bei e dldost inhabitantto ~estng w!at the rosiilt would bp, but after the waters had re ceded with but little damage compar ativolylspeaking, our eitizen~- ere fearfully aroused by the report boing brought to town that a man named William JTones had bean murdered by Indians 6n Arrow Creek, about fifty miles distant from this place. Exbito mont ran high. Sunday morning the bod...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 13 March 1884

The Sheep Industry in Mon:ani. "A. A, ,.," in the Boston Tran script, has the following well timed . words about the wool industry it this territory. He writes like one who has had some 6operienoe on the range: One bi h~e exoolloneles of Montana is th6 healthful influence of its ali }pate, under which the native sheep are free from the diseases to which elsewhere they aure ubject. The Oab can alwayrs be traced to sheep brougt nto t rroitory It i readilyos icat. , dn. iner ently if the range be rift -lfllrd- d by infected shj,. 811 pounds s the ordinary wotiht b4! (raee fle.ee, the averae pricb of *11lh during the poeast ive years has be , . cent. per pound. The llt of wiool Is being'gretly ima l'by e merino buks frm nt, which transmit tbheir meits tittt deterioration or nspositon bet jb wtille'their pirogeny in invig y descent. Montana will yet _dblbeep fa hardy -as theHighled doeks w Scotland, with fleeces as doft e&d llky le any from Aqitrali.. A band should groAl from its own...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 20 March 1884

Sun River Sun. Agents of the Sun. ,Te follodln w nmed g tpoefnn nr ,.ngvnt, of Tile fulnand a, aItlfI d to recIve -utioCrlp. coro A ...WEED, h law of E i and water S HELENA, M. T.. ý,'1 ...:l .... ;.. '.... '.'... ........,oJl,, ,,,, V. (iarr.l et ene................. (...1 t'uto,, h rr ...... ............... . 1 l e. ......1 ........... p.. ( tr.,r eh J . INLWMAN, PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON, Ikm Bhor, " " only. ED"Orro A WILD, ATTORNEYS-AT-LALW, The law oijtl M f :!jtl t sand water pAWQIII IIf.UK-OOIN. MAIN AND IBOADWAY, HELENA, . T. 1SAA0 0. MeOUTOHEN, ATTORTNEY.AT.LAW, rve epecial at to eon,)Pein0g, the United Staute sLand U1Ooo. onws' OAIWg 30L, IIlZ.A. HOiA H. CARTER, ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW, O J Msfal t., Footot Bromadwa, IHelena, M.T. W. a. e3rrrLS . OW. gW ra. 8yrTT & SETTLE, ATIORNEYT-AT.LAW. FT. aSNTON, m. T. will nmetleeoo in all the Coumrt nof thoTorritory; 41, se and .ev..r rd emtate, mining and town -.rti. C'olletion of a11 kinds i.rmptoly -d to. Orioe: Corner Main and end Sts....

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 20 March 1884

Sun River Sun. DAVID 8. f.LL ..................lmwron WILL HANKS ....................... MANAO.n. TERMIt per yonr, Strictly lu Ahvlneo,.... $ (8l THURSDAY, MARCH 02. Tma Bonton & Heolna railroad is now an assured fact, and it is time that our people who are interested in the future prosperity of Sun River should begin to bestir themselves, and endeavor to bring such influence to bear on the promoters of the enter prise as will induce them to build the road through or close to our town. We are not particularly anxious to see a railroad any closer than Helena, but If it must come we would like to see it strike out town, in which case it would not harm and possibly prove a benefit to us. But if it should pass us at a distance of from fifteen to twenty miles either to the north or south, the benefit would not counter balance the harm it would do us. We think that influence in the shape of subscription for stock would be the most likely to have the desired effect. Let our people who ...

Publication Title: Sun River Sun
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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