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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 30 April 1884

LOCAL NOTES. From Saturday's Daily. The Helena & Fort Benton railroad is 11'\. an assured thing- --------- Nelse Vaillaux, at the Teton crossing f the Macleod road, expects a school htue' rected on or adjoining his ranch his sunmriier, this being a central loca tio,, with several families of four or five childrell each both above and below hill. S(. (.riffith and Benj. Webster re tur,(1 yesterday from Sand Coulee. 'IThly .,oi' rt great interest manifested in th., (.,a+1 lands of that section. The big nil' ,wed by Culbertson & McGiffin j i v (lveloped and is looking splen j..ci. Thompson, Moore, Harmon and r,·v, rthe delegation sentenced for I erl..s to the penitentiary dur j 11, late session of court, will take S, ºl('te ar,: re for Deer Lodge this ,,, i >,, the Helena coach. They .iil in charge of Deputy Healy. S'. M. organ is now at Stanford, • ii, l. i is building a store 26x40 feet i:I; l s, acid before many weeks , n there a first-class general mer ,i estallishment. ...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 30 April 1884

EXPERT EVIDENXE, Showing How County=Affairs r Have Been Managed. The Report of the Grand Jury, Including that of Messrs. McIntire and Maclay. The Grand J ury's Report. To the Honorable D. S. Wade, Judge of the Third Judicial Court in and for the County of Choteau. The grand jurors of the county of Cho teau duly empanneled and sworn for the April term, 1884, of the district court, report they have diligently inquired into all the offences of the county that were brought to the attention of the court and its officers, and have hereto fore submitted to you the report of our labors. We have given careful attention to the report of the committee who were appointed by the grand jury and court at the September term, 1883, of this court, to make an examination and in vestigation of the records of the county. We find that they did their work well, and their report has our earnest ap proval. The task they entered upon was a difficult one, requiring great re search and labor, but they have per...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 30 April 1884

-t j dee .......211.45 66 1............... ........... ... 18..00 1 E W etzel.. . .... .... ..- .... .......* 86.98 l .................. .......917.'3 17'2 .........................332.77 6i ... ............ .......... 101.92 211 , . ..... ............... 13.30 , ,6 .... ... ........ .........139.63 S ,, .. ... ........ ............ 8.75 1 ; Baker & Co (C E Conrad, comm'r) ... 71.84 $2110.72 ;, //,iT Honorable, the District Court ,, tird Judicial District of the Ter ,,. qf 4ifontana, in and for the County (;i NTIIEMEN-lII submitting our re ,,rt ,f Ilhe financial affairs of the county, wliH.ii ill our opinion have been con ,.in.ti, ly administered, we take e lile,.ity of making the following ,. iits as to the manner in which t11,, a..,(,unts have been kept, resulting ~ ji f omission and commission in i1,- l a ellent, of which we have f:llUni,:ttit evidence. 'IeI, gieneral books of the Treasurer are Ir l,.;s of neatness, and reflect great ,.liit ulpon hiim, but from the manner in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 30 April 1884

STOCK DEPARTMENT. (Contributions for this page reepectfnlly solicited from stockmen and others.] Stock Sales. The Cheyenne Live Stock Journal re ports the following recent sales which we reprint to show the prices which stock of different kinds command this spring : P. E Frederick, of Shelbina, Mo., to J. M .Chad wick, one two-year-old three fourths Norman stud and one two-year old Clydesdale halfbreed for $300 each. To W. B. Lovering & Co., of Rawlina, fifty grade yearling Durham bulls at $65. To E. H. Cowles, for the Concord cattle company, one hundred two-year old grade Durham bulls, delivered at Miles City, Montana, at $80 per head. To the same party 2,000 one and two year-old native Iowa hiefers, half and half, at $26.50. To J. M. Carey, 100 grade yearling Hereford bulls at $75 per head. To Wilfred .Jevons, fifty grade shorthorn yearlings, delivered at Oga lalla, at $50 each. To the Converse cattle company fifty high grade two-year-old Hereford heifers at $55, and one thor ...

Publication Title: River Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 7 May 1884

HE RE PRES Vol. IV. Fort Benton, Montanna, Wednesday, May 7, 1884. No 8. THE HONEST MINER. ,o r. S of the knights of old Stir vlorous deeds so often told; Th,". ring are braver still, hno lr pO ;gan foes they kill. It1 º : th' depths of the earth below . ,,,, d feet my heroes go; ; ,d nrn in the sp)ectral light Sr• il.umes the eternal night, ,I or dri ft, you will find them there, T. b:-au' feet from the upper air. + th, dangers the soldier dares, han t"he perils the sailor shares, .~ t, , anr that everywhere surround 7'h11' ,aJl'tt Iitner under the ground! .,h:c.',' r le n v\es lurks sudden death, T , . , r. :: s ilential breath. S .r, blast when the fuse is lit, fri , ll down the yawning pit, : ;, r: fromn the mad descent S.: .. !;ri cage when the rope is rent; sr II: h:ppcn, whate'er befall, s.- miner must brave it all. ro! . u rilte to save 'rll to ai living grave av ,:;ul doom of the dreaded cave? I'z~ tl':, t, t rescue he hastes, he flies, od .- col his work he plies, 'f:; ,. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 7 May 1884

THE RIVER PRsss . ULATV ADVY : . One olaumn,1 year .............. ... .,........' i " 6 months ........... .... ........... 1 " months ........... .............. T6 nHal-tOolumn. ,1 year ....................... 6 menths ................... ." 8 " o.. ............... . .... 40 One-Th rdColumn, I year ......................... 6 menths .................. r" 8 months .......... .... as Quarter Column, year. ........ .......... 7 6 months ... ............... " 8 months ........................ so Three inches,1 year......................... 60 86 months..................... so " 8 months.................... .. Professional Cards, 1 inch, 1 year...... ......... 15 Rates for Transient Advertisements given at office. THE Western Union will extend its line to Eagle City in the Coeur d'Alenes, and the associated press franchise has already been sold to some enterprising newspaper man in that camp. TAM3MANY has secured 410 rooms at the leading hotels of Chicago for con vention week. Tammany, ...

Publication Title: River Press, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 7 May 1884

GENERAL MANUEL GONZALES. President of Mexico. 'l'l[e unsettled condition of Mexican p,,liti.S just now, a revolution being threatened on account chiefly of the exactions made by the government, makes a sketch of the President, to whoim his enemies ascribe the difficulty, opportune. Mexico is short of money for the use of the government, and is rep,,rted to be anxious to borrow $20, tfJI),000 at the present time. Two years iago, under :,imilar pressure, congress passd a law granting the president extraordinary powers. In pursuance of this law President Gonzales recently iC.ued a stamIp dlecree, thereby creating thie present con plications, which is miore disastrous to business than the previous financial stringency. (;eneeral Gonzales has been president of Mexico since December 1, 1880. He was born about fifty years ago at Mata mora-, state of Tamraulipas, Mexico. Preferring a military life, he joined the arrnyl as a private soldier, and rose rap idly in his profession. He served wit...

Publication Title: River Press, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 7 May 1884

THE RIVER ?iuSSp Published every Wednae m+ the Riveir Press Publshing Company. JERRY COLLINS. W. J. HARBER. Editors and Managers. ersdfor pub&.ateioer tin .eparper, a be ed44e o "The River Press," and the name of the writer must be given to insure attention. Local adverossements wil inserted n these 'ht sss at the rate .1A ess cents lir tine from tranmiert ea ten cents per Ir~nerpos regedsr idertisar . WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1S.~ A HOME COM P 1)" AILBOA1% ? We publish elsewhere the principal portion of the circular sent out by the Helena committee and which gives a great deal of information in regard to. the proposed enterprise. The subject .ai: presented in a rather plausible light and the way clearly indicated by which the road can be built and controlled by a home company, this being an important and desirable feature of the scheme. Considering the importance of the ei terprise and the great benefits that would accrue from it to Helena, Fort Benton, Sui River, Great Falls and all ...

Publication Title: River Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 7 May 1884

LOCAL NO l'S. From Saturdaya. - Joe Jedlica will commence the work of plastering the hospital next week. .-F 1 ter wasborn - and Mrs. P. H. Hughes of Clendenin on the 28th of April. E. It. Clingan returned last evening from a ten days trip to the country in the interest of the RIVEJ PiWBs. { P'il Manix bought the caord Bros' ,t(,('k of goods at Sun River, and is mov ig the sale to his store at Florence. ('ltteiauI county was honored at Boze zaln vc~.terday by receiving the seere tLr.vhlip, of the republican territorial ( hit Vt'l~ 0 [ o11. '1'1(e receipts of the telegraph office Vr, ..,i more for April than March, in that the removal of the office h,- i.I.:reased( its business. T1'h.~ new church at Sun River is to be ijlt inlnediately. We understand thai:t Hlev. Jacob Mills, of this city, con trilt,'(ld $500 personally to the building fulnd. J:,. v.. .J. (;arvin, presiding elder of li,' 'a district, arrived in the city last .vnriiigº by private . conveyance from if tla,,t; and will ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 7 May 1884

A Daring Attem$ tb Medicine Valley $ri'f at mediciiie Lod6t6 kati. Republican State Conventions Stil Continue to Show a Majority in Favor of Blaine. Attempted Bank Robbery. KANsAs CITY, April 80--The Timp' Harper, Kansas, special says: A coti ier this evening brings the news of a daring attempt to rob the Medicine Val ley bank, of Medicine Lodge, thirty five miles west of here, in which the cashier was killed and the president fatally wounded. At ten o'clock this morning four men, armed with Win haiter repeating rifles and revolvers, rode up up to the bank. TWO remained with the horses while the others entered the building and demande, the money. E. W. Payne, president, and George Saphurst, cashier, were in the bank, and they refused to comply with the ro quest of the robbers. The city marshal just then appeared and opened fire on the men outside. The citizens gathered rapidly, and the robbers, seeing that their game was up, quickly mounted and galloved away without having ob tained...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 7 May 1884

LOCAL NOTES. Froin Wednesday's Daily. Brick laying on the new school house is inl progress. ('astner's teams arrived yesterday with lime for the new court house. A new Catholic church is to be com ,,enced at Livingston at once. Thlere are quite a number of passen gers on the boats leaving Bismarck. T'l'tiq are now three or. four boats on t,,ir way from Bismarck to this city. : anji, named Muller was run over by tli~ :s and killed at Miles City on the (',,lct's circus will be in Montana ,.xt June. It will come from the ;\ 1iner named Pat Kelly was killed by a cave in the Bell mine at Butte, . .1. Morison, the rustling merohant ,,iiirook, Judith valley, arrived in tili, ity yesterday. llltry Miller has moved his family ,i,, fr',t Sun River, and has taken at ,,:ir at Duke's Grand Union barber I. (. Browne's teams will pull, in to dlay flrom Helena. They are loaded With liaic, lumber, lath, and goods of various `Ir. w (. C. Swett, of Chestnut, one of AI:l,gher county's cattle kings, arr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 7 May 1884

"MOM@ D1ERTAMENT. (Contributions foyc this pa popectfully solicited from stocklmnd or O r o T4 Matters/f Interest Spoken of Among Stockmen. The spring meeting of. the Shonkin asooilation in this city ;Jst evenig is is reminder that the time for' bratding: calves and marketig beef is near .a hand. What =the r~ult of both will be is a matter of interest not to the tLiock. men alone, but to consumers, for it is now an admitted fact that the popula tion is increasing in a greatsj ratio than the increase in cattle. Of grain there is more raised in*the United States than we can consume and find a market for abroad; and as England is developing the agricultural possibilities of India at a rapid rate, the American export trade in cereals is likely to get a black eye. Much of our grain -area will have to be devoted to stock farming to increase the meat supply, else in another decade we shall have to pay as much for a pound of beef as for a bushel of wheat. Under such circumstances it is not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 14 May 1884

STH RIVER PR. ESS.29. Vol. IV. Fort Bexton, Montana, Wednesday, May 14, 1884. No 29 REPORT Of Levi Newcomb, M. E. on the Exami nation of Mining Properties in Neihart, Montana Territory. To f/,' l//tuHlson Mining Co: (;ý.ni ineni :--On the 25th day of a1rh last, Messrs. F. K. Ballou, Geo. N. MIarch, and myself, reached Neihart, Mlontat a Territory, via Northern Pacific jjailw:V. This new mining camp is on thel, ,-t ti.le of Belt creek, and is in the 8,h! rantge of the Rocky Mountains, I1V;l(her county, Montana Territory. i.Li nie- are on the west side of the ratge', running north and s)uth. The Neii, are large and well defined, in walls of al~rite and porphyry. The mineral z,,., is very extensive, and has been ,r.-" ,'(.ted over a distance of two miles, :,1wwi i,) 'a, e has the miner failed to fi1dl djmi erial, an(! in paying quantities. '1,, ,rv is gray and brown carbonates, , lithroughly diffusled with chlorides antd iiuilihtlrets of silver, and in some ,..,,(.( so lid and malleabl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 14 May 1884

THE RIVER PRESS. e ATES OF AI ERT=:ISII: One (olumn, I year..........................175 6, 6 months ...................... 100 A 8 ... ........................... 75 Hsal Column, 1 year ............................... 1 6 months ................. ....... 75 " 8 " ........................ 40 One-ThirdColumn, 1 year..................... 3o 6 months .................. . 45 " . 8 montha ................... 8 Quarter Column, year ................... ....... S 86 monthe ................... 40 I" 8 months ....................... . 0 Three inches, 1 year .............................. 50 6" months ........................ 30 3 months....................... .......5 Professional Cards, 1 inch, 1 year ................. 15 Rates for Transient Advertisements given at office. TWENTY THOUSAND barrels of whisky will leave Kentucky before June 1. FRENCH Canadians are coming to the United States at the rate of 150 a day. NEW YORK'S real estate valuation is increased this year $43,019,789 over last ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 14 May 1884

T]E BOZEMAN CONVENTION. Concilding Proceedings and Resolutions Adopted. I'ullolving are the proceedings of the 130ozc1i11 O- convention, not heretofore ,,illilsh.t as given in the Herald: . tIzI:ANs, Mi. T., May 3.-On motion MI:ntle ind Sanders were declared the tt, :1 ji.1oºus choice of the convention. tfiir ti KInowles, of Silver Bow, and M3 ... L..niiiilg, of Choteau, were chosen 'Fh ,. ci,,vtinti(In took a recess of thirty Tjl .ciiMittee on resolutions report 'K i;t'" -tlicats of Montana in quad r(nliilOti l\covention assembled to elect tcl,.t.tl' It o attend the national republi So.ell\ .nllttion to be held at Chicago, .I111 ;,I1, 1 84, grateful for the privilege ,,.,,,,l(,I tihelii of participating therein, ,,.,-iarn, their conlviction that the great ,t i,;illºis should occupy the chiefest l, ad that the selection of a Paine 1,i.'nte(l by the republicans to t11 .i'tr. ,of the United States for tihli r::l)1.ovall should be above personal ,,,1iil.r;atiolls and private aims; that...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 14 May 1884

THE RIVER PRESS. Published every Wednesday morning by the River Press Publishing Company. JERRY COLLINS. W. J. HARBER. Editors and Managers. All letters and communica ionscontaining matter in ended for publication in this paper, should be addressed o "The River Press," and the name of the writer must be given to insure attention. Local advertisements will be inserted in these columns at the rate of fifteen cents per line from transient and ten cents per line from regular advertisers. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1884. KENTUCKY recommends Carlisle for the presidency. H-is jomination would settle it. SENATOR EDMUNDS has introduced a bill to place U, S. Grant on the retired list of the army. J. B. GENTRY & CO. sold,.at Sedalia, Mo., on the 3d inst., 614 head of Short horn and other high grades of cattle and horses for an aggregate of $34,000. Now THAT the tariff bill has been disposed of we trust that congress will pay ;omn attention to the pressing busi ness before that body. If Mr. Maginni...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 14 May 1884

LOCAL NOTES. From Saturday's Daily. An Odd Fellows' lodge has been es tablished at Livingston. There was a real old-time dance at the Overland hotel last evening. .JI11n W. Power and bride will return to Fort Benton in about three weeks. Jack Hammond left day before yes terday with a six-horse team load of i,,1 lies for Neihart. (;u, senieur informs us that the brick wrk ~,n tie new court house will be (.omlel(.ted ne . . .1,1111 Lepley and A. W. Kingsbury, Ithe. c,:ttlie kings of the Big Sag, returned to tI1c'ir1 ..4h" syes .. ip'F R. e Ied and his sister arrived by :lriv.~-. ,on.,1veyance from Clendenin yes tr,,ila, ntld are at the (rand Union, t r.(. (riflith is in the Sand Coulee .,, fi.l:s, making surveys for parties wnli) .1ave located mineral lands in that Will Kelly has accepted a position v, it.i xlurphy, Maclay & Co., as book ,.,,,. lie is succeeded at F. W. Buck ty iCharley Kelly. ,\\, s-o that 11. L. McCulloh and J. t. .,11ý ighit, two well known and !,,,!,lrii MoIut...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 14 May 1884

tix ý PREcsgA55.h *b ' LIEUT. ADOLPHUS W. GREELY. Lost in the Arctic Regions. At last the first vessel of the Greely Relief Exjpedition, the "Bear," has set sail for the Arctic regions on its hu mane mission ),f rescue. Two other vessels-the Thetis and Alert-will very soon follow, at.l if Lieut. Greely and party are still survivors, they may yet be rescued and r.turned to their coun try and friends. It will be remembered that the Greely expedition set out in rnidsunmmer some three years ago, to tman one of the polar stations in the north, established for scientific purposes, by the leading gov ernments of the world. The party left the ship Proteus at Lady Franklin Bay, and proceeded northward. Nothing was heard of Greely and his followers for some time, and then reports were received at the war and navy depart ments that the party was in distress. An expedition was immediately sent to their relief, which was compelled to re turn without being able to accomplish its purpose, or even ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 14 May 1884

II ---- - - - - - - LOCAL NOTES. From Wednesday's Daily. Rev' c. C. Fackenthall returned from Fort Shaw yesterday. It L. Edwards, a Miles City druggist, hI:s failed in business. M. E. Milner, of the, Shonkin, made "1. T. Marsh, of the firm of Massie & - (viees.fronl Barker state that the ,lltier will start up again on the 10th loa '(on, beer, and other articles that h:,I b eein scarce in the market, are sup plied hvy the Helena. - nif-'brif'IMc.I)evitt seenis to have gotten ;i .vwithll both the hay and wood coni 1' o :i t Fort Assinaboine. 'I, (lance given b)y the Knights of h, 'lils: at their hall Monday evening (i e.l,,,l to ie a very plleasant affair, there ,,jit 1a good atteldance, and all seemed t,, (.i,()Y tilemiselves to the fullest ex .1. >). Veatllerwax's teams will load i,, ,l withl iterihandise for the Judith. 11,' talis alsoi a few thousand brick for ,Stýuit'fo i and Utica. T"'let( steamiler Helena carries the elec trile light but it has not proved an emi 1º,ilit ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 14 May 1884

STOCK DEPARTMENT. [Contributions for this page respectfully solicited from e~6ckeu and oth.r..] } ANNUAL MEEITTIhG Of the Sun River Stock Growers' Associa tion. The Sun River Stock Growers' As sociation held their annual meeting in Murray hall in this place on Saturday, the 3d inst. All the ranges in this section were re presented except Chestnut. The meet ing was very harmonious and all the members present seemed well satisfied with the results accruing to their bene fit from the association. The following officers and committees were elected for the ensuing year : D. J. Hogan, of Florenoe, president; Matt. Furnell, of Sun River, vice-president; R. S. Ford, of Sun River, secretary ; G. Steell. of Sun River, treasurer. Executive committee--Wm. Ralston, Choteau; J. J. Ellis, Wm. Wyatt, Sun River; Ben Rumney, Choteau; Winm. Mulcahy, Sun River. Arbitration oommittee - Sam Burd, Choteau; Thomas Clary, Byron Strong, Thomas Dunn, Sun River; Wallace Taylor, Chotean. It was agreed that the ...

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