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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 17 September 1884

A Big Victory in M..o. on Saturday's Daily. W. F. Parker has gone to Great Falls and will return to-morrow. Dlenis Halpin and J. B. Schroeder lets l(,r the iunes yesterday. T'he Iank of Winnipeg is soon to es ;bli-li a branch at Calgary. HliJggins & Ayres Little Alder expre will leav'e to-day for the mines. Chester B. Fowler is talking seriously of taklIg a trip to Little Alder. slugging matches seem to be the prin cipal almusemUent offered to the citizens ot Butte. The money found by Charley Kelly was claimed by Jack Parnell and turned over to him. `Wakerlin & Co. are prepared to f nijh c(oiilplete mining outfits - g Id pat, sl uice forks, etc. . ;. Brooke, of Whitehall, has on exltib,,lion at the Helena fair fitet lajdl o,t Angora goats. P'eter Smith, who was unfortunat enough to lose his watch a few days ago, recovered it yest;erday-- -... (ottoii wood is now selling from $6 to 6jb0 per cord and pine at $7 per cord. (oal is worth $10 a ton. -Choice specimens of ore from t...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 17 September 1884

NOW FOR THE ROOKIES! The Richness of the Mines Fully Confirmed. Perry Aspling and fDenis Halpin Report the Result of Their Investigations. From Wednesday's Daily. The reports from the Little Rocky gold fields continue of the most favor able character. Clark, the Assinaboine driver, says the excitement at the post is still at white heat, and that nearly every civilian-including bull whackers, wood choppers, and all others-have gone to the mines. The few who come into the post bring glowing accounts and only stay long enough to buy an outfit of grub, when they return. Dick Brennan received a letter yester day from R. R. Mills, written at Ander sonville, on the 8th, he having just re turned from the mines. Mr. Mills say the country has not been prospecte sufficiently to say with certainty what the result will be, but the indications thus far are most encouraging. He says that up to the time he left, the company consisting of Aldrich, Lan dusky, Myers and Brown had taken ou $600 from th...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 17 September 1884

LOCAL NOTES. Fromn Wednesday's Daily. C'hs. G. Fish and M. R. Barr arrived frolim Belknap yesterday. Miss Kellogg and Mrs. Edwards ar rived frolii Assinaboine yesterday. 'Thle cstilnated loss by fire at W. H. \~\'atll's big Casino mills is $50,000. ',fri (;itbsoni has a large force of men e11g,,.(l in building the wing dam at (;rteat VºIls. .Samuiel Kohlberg left Helena for Fort Ieinton' yesterday morning, and will be hiert thi;; evening. __._... _ _ Mr.;u ad Mirs. C. E. Conrad and Mr. an11d rs. Jos. A. Baker returned from jighw\,(l yesterday. ei.irs. Waterman & McIntire. expect to leave f1r White Sulphur Springs to tiny, golog by way of Neihart r. j. W. ( rowley, a commercial traveler tro ll S"t. Louis, was one of the arrivals at the ( rand Union hotel yesterday. ,cev. ;. G. Dodd, post chaplain at Fort A.ssinaboine, and Mrs. Dodd ar rived last evening and are registered at the (rand Union. Lieult. J. H. Baldwin, of Fort Assina boinle, arrived yesterday with the pay master's esc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 17 September 1884

STOCK DEPARTMENT. (Contribatioas for this phae respectfully solicited from stockmen inad others.] CATTLE QUARANTINE. OTTAWA, Ont., September 10.-The governor general yesterday signed a new quarantine regulation affecting the transportation of Montana cattle in bond through Canadian territory, and it will go into effect immediately. They do not interfere with the former order, allowing the transportation of cattle in bond from any Canadian point to an other, but provides for a stricter inspec .tion and collection of quarantine fees at Forts Walsh and Emerson. The dura tion of detention will be subject to the og~er of the veterinary surgeons at these poi)nts, and they have been officially no tified to that effect. The Canadian Pa cific railway will not be allowed to trans port Canadian cattle on the same train, and they will be required to fumigate cars used for transportation of Ameri can cattle. This new quarantine regulation is cer tainly a remarkable one, considering that there is...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 24 September 1884

STH i.rvE PRESS. Vol, IVa Fort Benton, Montana, Wednesday, September 24, 1884. No. 48. THE LATE CHARLES J. FOLGER, Secretary of the Treasury. (Ch.ar i .J. Fl'ger, secretary of the treatsulr, d(iet.d at his residence, Geneva, New Yorl;, on. the 4th illst. He was ,1orn ,i the island of Nantucket, April 1;, 1,s. When lie was twelve years old his parents removed to Geneva, Ontario ceounty, New York. He was educattd iin Nantucket, the Plainfield iC'onii. academiy and Hobart college, (aeiiva, where he was graduated in 1836. iHaving readl law about three years he w:as admlitted to the bar. He then opened an office at Geneva, and suC cceO(ed in establishing a good practice. In 1S44 lie was appointed by Governor ,uik, judllge of the Outario county court of common pleas. Soon after he was made a master and examiner in c(hancery. In 1851 he was elected county judge of Ontario. At the end of the tour years' term he became an active politician in the interest of the re)publican party. He was ele...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 24 September 1884

THE RIVER PRESS. Published every Wednesday morning by the River Press Publishing Company. THE great republican victory in Maine has had a depressing effect on the dem ocratic campaign. PATRICK EGAN, the recently elected president of the American branch of the Irish land league, has declared for Blaine. HENRY VILLARD has made a lengthy statement defending his course and ac tion as president of the Northern Pa cific railroad. THE alleged German revolt against Blaine does not pan out very well. It has been prospected thoroughly and scarcely a color found. THE live stock market at Chicago is brisk and firm. Range cattle were ten cents higher on the 15th, Wyomings being quoted at $5.00@$5.50. THE republican primary election at Miles City was an interesting and close lv contested affair, as shown by the fact that there were 243 votes polled. THE democratic territorial convention will be held on the 25th inst. The con test for the nomination seems to have narrowed down to Joseph K. Toole a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 24 September 1884

DEMOCRATIO DIVISION. The County Convention is Split in Twain and Two Tickets Put in the Field. Various and Ineffectual Attempts to Harmonize the Discordant Factions. The Result of Yesterday's Work Fully and I ntirely Satlsfactory to the R.epublicans. The dlemlocratic convention Thursday resultc' d in aI "bust up" or split, and two coUnvUetilons were duty organized to pro ceed w \ith the business of the day. The couvelltio assembled at the court house somie mini ul.s before the appointed time, hearlv all the precincts being represent , bIy fIuli (lelegations. At 12 o'clock, Iloon1, 011 live minutes before by miiost of the wat lhe, (us Senieur waltzed up to the desk auld called the .ASSi:MIBLAGE TO ORDER, wheni T. E. Collins suggested, that it was the province of the chairman of the central committee to open the con1,etion, and that that gentle uan :('. E. Conrad) was within hail ing (lli.taliee and would be on hand in a few liiiinutcs. He suggested that if ,11e oiti(r party had posse...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 24 September 1884

THE RIVER PRESS. All letters and communications containing matter in ended for publication in this paper, shotld be addressed to "The River Press," and the name of the writer must be ?iven 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, SEPTEMBER 7, 1884. For Prcsident JAMES G. BLAINE, OF MAINE. For Vice-President JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. The twelfth regular biennial Republican Territo rial Convention of the Territory of Montana will be held at Helena, on the 27th day of Septem ber, 1884, at 12 o'clock, Noon, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Delegate in Congress, and the transaction of such other business as in the judgment of the convention appertains to the welfare of the Republican party in Montana. The several counties of the territor3f will be en titled to r presentation in the Territorial Repnblican ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 24 September 1884

LOCAL NOTES. .o.m Saturday's Daily W. H. Hunt, T. E. Collins and Paris (jiblonl left for Great Falls yesterday. James A. Wells was about yesterday. Hie lhais been confined to his bed Tor the past t\vwo months. The New Orleans tourists, after re riyjng their boat, started down stream ,terý.ay( afternoon. ThelI delegation from Choteau to the idemcirIrat ic convention will leave for their io).'es to-day. (c W. Price, Tom Todd, A. J. Samuel andl A\shl)y Conrad have gone to the lakesl ojl a (ltu.ckla.. , .---. ,llianiond R" Brown arrived from i rach of the Benton & St. Louis i'attl,' co)pany yesterday. The dl,-.essiment of Silver .sow county will reach $7,000,000 this year-an in ,,rf:1e o(t (one million over last. To-dWy is the Hebrew new year (Rosh tIashamtl~:, and it will be observed the w~ildl over by the Jewish people. (;: <,s &- Klein are receiving goods on ,very coach, these days, the latest and (,l)ljicest suits for fall and winter wear. A tollmato weighing five and thr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 24 September 1884

THE LITTLE RfOKJIE. Further Reports from the Richest Gold Fields of the Past Decade. Big Pay Diggings Found on Little Rocky and People's Creeks. Little Alder Gulch Yielding Gold in Liberal Quantities to Those Who are Prepared to Work Their Claims. Indications that Scores of Pay Gulches Will Be Found, and that the Little Rockies Will Loom Up as an Immense Mining District. From Wednesday's Daily. Jas. M. W eirick, Jos. Gauvreau and H. S. Brown returned from the Little Rockies yesterday, and give a glowing account of the prospects of the new gold fields. Like nearly all others who have gone to the mines, they took along but a limited supply of provisions, and found it necessary to return for an "outfit," al though the attractions in the mountains were such as would have detained them under other circumstances. A RIVER PRESS representative interviewed these gentlemen last evening, and found that their REPORTS FULLY AGREE with those we have already published, only that they have somethin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 24 September 1884

LOCAL NOTES. From Wednesday'sDaily. Lieut. H. H. Adams, wife and "chil dren will arrive to-day from Fort Assinaboine. F. C. Poole, Ed. Keaster, G. W. Sher 1,n and John Hackshaw are registered at the (.rand Union. ('l as. E. Conrad and Jos. A. Baker turned last evening from the ranch of the lc"lton & St. Louis Cattle company. )au". McKay left yesterday for Great llg,, where he is interested in the brick .ardt lie will build &~, ofh'ceshort y altr hisa arrivaLt ( _. Hackshaw is the delegate to the ret ollin convention from Belt creek, la will be here to cast his vote for the \ in"l ) !ii' candidates. - . -.. ~Luke has several horses which le ýi ll li cheap for cash. lhis will be ; good opportunity for parties to get chlea l, oises to go to the mines. See ijotice inl another column. ... P'aris Gibson and Mr. Huy are the delegatc fro111 (reat Falls to the demrno cra;ttw county convention. Mr. Gibson i, ill tlc city and ready to be interview ed by the several candidates. . 'The d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 24 September 1884

STOCK DEPARTMENT. (Contributions for this page respectfully solicited from stockmen and others. The Publication of Brands. Although the necessity of having brands published and the many advan tages arising therefrom, are so clearly apparant as to need no explanation, we give below a few good reasons for thus giving publiety to the various brands used by a·.g men as set forth by the New Metico Mtock Grower : 1st. It is the first business of the rust ler to know the brand of every member and his range in the section of country in which he operates, as it would be the uttermost folly, and he knows it, to steal cattle from one section of the coun try and drive them to or near the range of any member of the association, as each man is supposed to know the brands of his fellow members, and would ..t once recognize them and know whether they were in proper hands. 2d. It naturally follows that if brands are not given the widest publicity, the rustler will have a better opportunity for carry...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 1 October 1884

THo BIVER PRESS. Vol, IV. Fort Bent ontana, Wednesday, October 1, 1884.No49 BELVA A. LOCKWOOD, eiemale Candidate of the "Woman's Rights" Party, for the Presidency. 'Thje latest political sensation is the calI(didature o1 Belva A. Lockwood, of \th1illgito, lor the presidency. She lot 1011g hl0t1 j)pOsitllhit as an agitator 1,1 wonjaiis rights," a temiperance re tornler, and as a hard-working member ci the universal peace union and of the arbjitration league. She is a prominent lawyer, and has been, since 1879, a imein ber of the bar of the supreme court of the Liuited States. No stranger to iwotonety ipeviously, she is now known every where in the Union as a candi doe if the Womnans National Rights parly of California, for the presidency of the United States. The party name have given reasons to the world wh they pirefer Mrs. Lockwood to othe woolen eminent in agitation, wheth wife, widow or spinster. It seems th Elizabeth Cady Stanton is "too old" f the honor; Susan B. Anthony "too ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 1 October 1884

THE RIVER PR RIVER PRESS. THE RIVER PRESS. Published every Wednesday morning b3 the River Press Publishing Company. As USUAL, Helena "hogs the ring." A YOUNG men's democratic club way organized at Helena a few days ago The political ball is getting well started at the capital. i)n. FAIRFIELD, the republican can didate for coroner, will probably be in (1orsed by the democrats, as he is jus the person for the position. BLAINE has answered the interroga. tories of the sentinel libellersand thern is no equivocation in his replies. If the libeller is not satisfied now he wiil soor JUDGE (AIFVORD, of Canton, secured the republican nomination for delegatE to congress in Dakota. Raymond led in the convention, but did not havE quite votes enough. Tilt' republican managers are going to make a very aggressive campaign in Ohio. All the speakers who participated in the Maine canvass will speak in the Buckeye state, and many others besides. THE democrats of Choteau county do not seem very enthusi...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 1 October 1884
Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 1 October 1884

THE RIVER PR THE RIVER PRESS. All letters and communications containing matter in ended for publication in this paper, should be addressed to "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 f&fteen cents per line from transient and ten cents per line from regular advertisers. WEDNESDAY, OCTUBER 1, 1884. For President JAMES G. BLAINE, OF MAINE. For Vice-President JOHN A. LOGAN, OF ILLINOIS. For Delegate in Congress HIRAM KNOWLEs, OF SILVER BOW. For District Attorney, 3d District WM. H. BUNT, OF CHOTEAU. Clioteau County Republican Ticket. House...............................W . F. PARKER Commissioner.................... CHAS. H. BOYLE Clerk and Recorder .................... S. L. KELLY Treasurer ............................ W. J. MINAR Probate Judge......................C. L. SPENCER Sheriff ................ ...............0. G. COOPER Assessor..... ............... F. C. ROOSEVEL...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 1 October 1884

TH RIVER~ PR , LOCAL NOTES. From Qaturdav's Daily Judge Tattan left for his Belt cre `ranch to-day.., ar l-s E. Conrad and Jos. A. Baker left for Highwood to-day. Trle remains of the late Dena Murray will be taken east for interment. Geog W\Vestervelt and Jack Waite (1rr1iv1 1 fo the Judith last evening. I . Fulton, New York, was one of the 1rriviIls on the Helena coach to-day. 'S1il (hwab and Win. McCray left ýesterity for the Little Rockies.-Inde pn ulnt. ;, Klein are preparing a large bil ,t t ls for shipment to N. T. Dins lb0 f Maiden. 1)r. (, ,enllief arrived on the coach to (a. :i at once left for the ranch of G. 1) Pattel on, on the Shonkin. l. \V iilianms and T. R. Davis, of MllI 1V. Idaho, arrived on to-day's .iI route for the Rockies. P-at 1Donahue, the well known Barker TV" e and nminer, died at the hospi S<( M issoula, of consum ption, a few j,1 IHil, a freighter from the upper 1l';t", loaded 10,000 pounds of freight tt '. .1. Todd & Co.'s to-day for Hamil t1 &...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 1 October 1884

THE RIVER P ESS. ON THE ROAD. STANFORD, September 19, 1884. Editors of the River Press: The little town of Lewistown, on Big Spring creek, boasts of a store, hotel, school house, blacksmith shop, three saloons and a flouring mill in course of erection. The store, a branch house of T. C. Power & Bro., in the hands of the energetic manager, Mr. Erickson, is the supply point for the large ranching com munity in the surrounding country. Mr. Erickson says that the cash sales this season are considerably larger than for the corresponding months of last year. The hotel, recently erected and run by Mr. Hartop, is deserving of its present comparatively lage patronage, as the management ",¬ ` ry endeavor to please, and judginv m the satisfied expressions of the ibcarders, they are successful. The saloon in connection with the hotel, conducted by L. T. Mar shall (no stranger in Fort Benton), is doing its share of the business and is very popular. The school houme is a new frame build ing, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 1 October 1884

THE RIVER PRESS. LOCAL NOTES. From Wednesday's Daily. L ncle Jesse Taylor, of Choteau, ar rived in the city this evening. J. E. Kittson outfitted at I. G. Baker ° Co.'s to-day and started for the mines. F, R. Cowen has gone to Belt creek 1n lusiness. He will return in a few days. John .J. Kennedy and wife have gone to Missoula on a visit, to remain a few Mrs. C. E. Duer, who has been visit ing friends in Butte and Helena, return;. ed hoe today. If '. Dent, of the sheep growing tire of Dent & Tullock, Wolf creek, ar rived this ,Horning. 'f he school house when completed will 1e il point of architecture, the finest ýchool building in Montana. John Higgins who has recently re turned from the Little Rockies says he i; satisfied that the mines are rich. 11, P. Rolfe has returne'd from Great Falls awl reports matters in that town pretty lively at 1resent. Building is progressing rapidly. wood and coal are coming in pretty rapidly at present. There are several wood yards in operation, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 1 October 1884

THE RItVER PRESS. STOCK DEPARTMENT. (Contributions for this page respectfully solicited from stockmen and others.] Invest in Sheep. This is the most opportune time to in vest in wool growing that has occurred for the past three or lour years. Owing to the stringency in the money market, sheep are ruling considerable lower this year than for some time past, and those wishing to invest may hope for a better opportunity. There are a number of Montana growers who have been oper ating extensively on borrowed capital, and since interest is getting higher, they seem to have, *with one accord, concluded to curtail their operations; hence the weakening of the price. Heretofore these men have been in the field every year as buyers. When they change tactics and want to sell, a slight decline is unavoidable. Then, of pre vious years there has been a consider able demand from new beginners, but this year capital seems to be seeking other channels. Good, clean ewes, not over four years old, worth...

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