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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 8 July 1885

THE RIVEIR PRESS. Vol. V. Fort Benton, Montana, Wedrtiesday, July 8, 1885. No. 37 - - . .. . STOLEN HORSES RECOVERED. The Good Work That the Mounted Police is Doing. At dlfferent times during the latter part of April and through May, several war parties of Blood Indians have left their reserves, and as it has ultimately turned out, directed their attention to the horses of both whites and Indians south of the International boundary line. They returned nearly at the same time, viz. about the middle of June, I,ringing a large number of stolen horses witlh them. These horses were picked ul, on the Marias, in the Gros Ventre riIp,, in the Bear Paw, on the Judith river, and just beyond the Missouri river. T'the information was laid by an In dian, and acting on this, Major Cotton seint out Sergt. Spicer to look the matter up. Accompanied by the Stand Off de tacliment, who had previous run in a number of horses from the Blood camp, he hunted though the reserve, the re sult being that twent...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 8 July 1885

TINGLE Y'S TALK. Indians Still on the Rampage.-A Sheep Herder Perishes.-Various Interesting Stock Notes. R. S. Tingley returned from a trip to the Judith country yesterday. He re ports that the South Piegans and Blood Indians are raising Cain on the Judith ranges in the vicinity of the Moccasin mountains. They have raided cablns, killed cattle and stolen horses, and have been so bold in their depredations that the settlers are arming for protection which the military refuse to give. Sixty head of horses are known to have been stolen, a Mr. Van Nesse being the principal loser. Granville Stuart with fifteen men from that section, well mounted and armed, have gone after the Indians. The thieves are known to be South Pie gans and Bloods, as parties have con versed with them. A sheep herder, with three hundred head of sheep, is reported to have per ished in one of the recent storms on Flat Willow. All of the Judith round-ups are now completed, and reports are that the calf crop is larger...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 8 July 1885

LOCAL NOTES. From Wednesday's Daily. C. E. Beale arrived to-day with twenty-three sacks of wool. Fort Benton is fortunate in one res pect. A fellow can walk out with his best girl and not pass an ice cream parlor. C('has. Reahm, an old timer, died al Helena a few days ago, the result of an :accident, he having been knocked down and run over by a team. .John D)avis, superintendent of the Benlton & Billings stage line, will leave to-norrow morning for Fort Conrad to put the new tri-weekly mail route in ,pe!ratlion. Service will commence at i'The New Northwest says that Thos. ,:,ue will be appointed warden of S rritorial peiiitentiar'y as soon as itl Kelley as-sumies the duties of if ,t,'. r. Mr Tague is now UIder I of l ,r Lodge counlty. l , 1,''t A-ssin:dtoine b's1 e 1la1l nine 'lit : 1lialienlge to SNant l ou1stonl ' i l u-1 e ',ith a l)ick.ed 1 ine S I, ila), toe gaile to oe !pla' y.d 1. ,', theioc i+ 111 d 4i1t of , i.;11 , At .lolig the i':qui - ,j: oig ji the hort l;C'0tl'1 ...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 8 July 1885

THE RIVER PRESS. ended fº;iý pea t 1oKi ti' his poper, *lwouWd be .ddreind to "The River Press," and the nam of the writer must be given to insure attention. Looa advertisements will be ierted in theereolins at the rate of fifteen cents per line from transient and en cents per line from regular advertisers. Term~ of ub6seriptie4s. One year.............. ...............I8 Six months.................................... 2 00 Payable in advance. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1865. JOE MACKLIN, the Chicago ballot box snuffer, gets five years in the pen. THE advices from Mount McGregor are to the effect that the death of Gen. Grant is now only a question of a few days. THE new Ryan hotel at St. Paul was opened to the public on the 4th. It is probably the finest hotel in the north west. THE census report of Iowa will show a gain of 600,000 in the state since 1880. Des Moines has 30,000 now against 12, 000 in 1880. MIDDLETON, N. H., has no doctor, lawyer nor clergymen. The last physi cian lived there ...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 8 July 1885

LOCAL NOTES. From Monday's Daily. Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. Potts were pas sengers down on the Rosebud. R. P. Whiton, representing Luce & Manning, wool commission, Boston, is in the city. The Independent goes into ecstacies over the appointment of S. T. Hauser as (overnor. The Governor has appointed Dr. G. If. Keifer veterinary surgeon for the ter ritory, vice Mr. Stuart, resigned. Six horses ran in-the cow-boy race for the basket of champagne, on the Fourth, and it was easily won by Joe. Contway. I). L. Smith and Mrs. Woodward, both ,)f the Teton, were married at the Over land on the evening of the 3d, Rev. Mr. Clewes officiating. TIhirty-eight sacks of wool for Rice, Kohlberg & Learning; 29 for Geo. D. Patterson and 24 for Hobbins & Heffe ran arriyed to-day. Mr. R. A. Luke has resigned his di rectorship and position in the First National Bank of this city and will leave for the East in a few days. Mr. O. G. Cooper, the sheep king of the upper Teton, arrived in the city on ...

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. — 8 July 1885

THE RIVER PRESS. Published every Wednesday morning by the River Press Publishing Company. JAs. D. FISH, president of the swind ling Marine bank, has been sentt need to ten years in the penitentiary. THE Canadian government has wisely voted to increase the Mounted Police force in the Northwest to 1,000 men. THE Sandwich Islanders seem to de sire annexation to the United States and negotiations to that end have been opened up. DIRECTOr. OF THE M1INT BURCIIARD has been suspended by the president and James B. Kimball, of Pennsylvania, ap pointed in his stead. TIl'E weekly statenmeint of the associat ed banks, publishled on the 27th ult., s-ho-ws a 'rest:'v increase of ,'0.54,.000. The lb..nKs low hold $w23,3.4,000) in ex (.e-'s of legal re1if tireilelts. No() wonder TiH :: ,rsit l ie nt !has nia: e the fliwing app)(;,inlnts: Edwad L1. 1H..ddt'n, to i ('1 )llctor (i custoi] ):s for the di trit )i Nw Yj k a: Hn S. lBeatt ie, to ibe suve yor of cu.tiis; iin the 'istritt " New York; ;Hiias ...

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. — 8 July 1885

N,'..'E55 A55 ~N" JOHN B. STALLO, The New Minister to Italy. Thle newly appointed minister to l:.Ioii is a man of great learning and an a.ltlhor of eminence. His record is that of a high minded and useful citizen. III, is practical and energetic, as well as a .l.in of books, in full sympathy with t)he spirit of progress, and his stay in Itnle cannot but be of service to both thle -nhited States and the progressive c.,untry to which he is sett, in the en (,ouragement of commercial intercourse l,et\ween them. In sending Mr. Stallo to Italy, President Cleveland has pleased his (merman fellow-citizens. We may add that the new envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary of the UInited States to Italy is before all things an American, and that his chief produc tions have been written in our language. Hle is now somewhat above sixty years of age, and came to the United States from Germany forty-three years ago. Blesse(d with health, energy and con sidltrable learning, the youth made a...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 8 July 1885

STOCK DEPARTMENT. [Contributions for this page respectfully solicited from stockmen and others.] STOCK NOTES. Ten car InA- ' atock were received azL Millings a few days ago for W. P. Turner & Sons, the rustling stockmen of the Marias. Filty thousand cattle (Texans) will be driven to Montana this year and turned out between the Musselshell and opposite the mouth of Poplar river. Messrs. Seims & Armington received two fine thoroughbred Shropshire bucks on the steamer Rosebud. They are from J. J. Hill's unexcelled thorough bred flock at St. Paul. Wm. Fly has safely landed at his Gal latin county ranch the 1,000 head of Missouri heifers which he ran past the quarantine a week or so ago. No pro ceedings have been commenced against him as yet by the stock association. It is expected that the Northern Pa cific cattle shipments this year will reach 5,000 car loads. Last year the number of car loads was about 4,000. The company expects to ayerage a train load (in refrigerator cars) o...

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. — 22 July 1885

THE WEEKLY RIVER PRESS. VOL. V. FORT BENTON, M. T., WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1885. No. 39. James B. Kimball, Director of the Mint. Notwithstanding the refusal of Hora tio C. Burchard, director of the mint, to resign the position, James B. Kim ball has been appointed to it, and has assumed its duties. Mr. Burchard's ob jections will come under review when the senate shall convene and appoint ments shall be considered. The new director of the mint has ac quired the scientific knowledge which, as far as learning goes, adapts him ad mirably to the appointment given him. He is a Massachusetts man, born at Sa lem in the year 1836. His course of education included attendance at Har vard university, the mining school of Freiberg, Saxony, and the university of Gottingen. When he had completed his course at the last named seat of learning, he took the degree of doctor of philosophy. Upon returning to this country he found employment in var ious geological surveys ordered by the federal government ...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 22 July 1885

THE RIVER PRESS. FORT BENTON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 189.. LOCAL NOTES. The new dredge boat is named the "City of Fort Benton." W. F. Parker has recently paid a visit to White Sulphur Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Horace R. Buck left this morning for Highwood. They will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. A. Baker. Mrs. John Harris has gone to High wood to visit her mother, Mrs. Berry, who is seriously ill. The gentlemen composing the river commission are expected on Friday next and will probably leave for Bismarck on the steamer Josephine on Saturday. Some of the Canadian papers are kicking vigorously at the action of the Canadian parliament in giving bounties to the officers and men who were wounded in the recent trouble in the northwest. The disparity in the amount voted the officers and the men is considered an outrage. There is nearly nine hundred dollars difference. About 80,000 pounds of wool have been shipped from Livingston this year and the prospects indicate about400,000 pounds as th...

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. — 29 July 1885

THE WEEKLY RIVER PRESS. VOL. V. FORT BENTON, M. T., WEDNZSDAY, JULY 29, 1885. No. 40. m~~ -- .. . . . . . . . .._ an a n u n ,m m m i u GENERAL GRANT DEAD. The Great Warrior Gives Up the Fight at Last. HELENA, July 23, 1885. Special to the River Press. M~oUNT McGREGOR, July, 23, 5:25 a. j.--The respirations have increased to ho and the death rattle occasioned by the filling of the lungs and throat with mucus is heard. He now recognizes his friends by opening his eyes. Gen. Grant died at 8:08 a. m., surrounded by all his family. He passed out of life peacefully and without evident pain. This is the extent of our information, but there is probably little to add, This result has been daily expected and while the country will mourn the loss of so eminent a citizen, the news will not occasion surprise. As the news of Gen. Grant's death is flashed over the world it will carry sor row and regret with it. No man in this age was more esteemed and res pected the world over, and he will live i...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 29 July 1885

THE RIVER PRESS. FORT BENTON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 18S5. THE DEAD HERO. To be Buried with National Honors in Cen tral Park, New York. WASHINGTON, July 24.-President Cleveland was to-night advised by tel egram from Adjutant General Drum, now at McGregor, that he had delivered the president's letter to Mrs. Grant, and she and the children expressed a desire to have the general buried with nation al honors. Their wishes will be respect ed and the ceremonies will take place as already indicated in the press dispatches. President Cleveland and his cabinet will attend the funeral in New Zork, Satur day, August 8th. Mr. W. J. Arkell has arranged the following time table for the removal of the remains: From Mount McGregor at 1 p. m. August 4; arrive at Saratoga 2 p. m. ; leave Saratoga at 2:30 p. m.; arrive in Albany at 8:30 p. m.; leave Al bany at 12 o'clock noon, Wednesday, August 5th, and arrive about 4:30 in in New York. In the interval from 4:30 p. m. Teusday to noon Wednesday, August 5...

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. — 5 August 1885

RI RR . 01. V. Fort Benton, Montana, Wednesday, August 5, 1885. No. 41. gg M I I I HIM I I 1 Al MIMt! $MM I MI II IFF m i l i n igin agi I I H I II 115 l a I imi it A GOLD STAMPEDE. A Cavalcade of Butte Men Bound for the Sweetgrass Country. W ord was received last night by mIax 1b,cdl;ýt, from a friend in the Sweetgrass ont.ry. in northern Choteau county. that in1mlor.,npt placer gold discoveries has just Su~,1e there and for him and such of fi f ijnds as desired to make a raise to (k ,:. nd come at once. The result ic, tli:jt MIr. Lalande and some forty or ffty ,,t, r geiitlemen left this morning for ,ýorthlrcI Montana with all haste. Others will follow. The new diggings are said to pay from $5 to $10 per day to the man. ,l.ter-Moou (tain. Delegate Toole Interviewed. 'l'h,, following interview with Delegate Tuole is from the Miner of a recent date: ,You found the weather very hot and the Capital almost deserted, did you not?" nked the reporter. ",The weather was intensely het both ...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 5 August 1885

Railroads for the NLew ,NorthLweas. The raihoad situationt in Dakota is in Wstesting. The tril-ardte hgreement has tridently bhten brok.en and a forward SSvenilt commenced to gain the strat lc point-. In this agreement, existing 1ilCWe f8t82, not to advance bee yondt the Miissouri river, car invade the land grant um.its of th~ Northern Pacific. were the Nort hwe~rstº n. ihe Milwa:kee and North Caf Pacific. iThe Nort;iwestern has bro ken the compact by moving toward the Illack Hill.. aldl as a retaliatory measure, ay, the [ii-mutore' Tribunie. the Milwaukee ali leased the Fargo Shuthemrn and invaded aire mot tertile wheat region in the world. AtltIitinal evihdence of a change in the Sit:!utiozt is the Milwaukee extension of I. enty mile' ncrthwl est from Ellendale. Again, Crawfordt , Livingston and Merri a.m, of St. Paul, who never swap jack ki.t;vte for funt., have purchased the fran tzhi e and road bed of the Jamestown branch to Ord:tway. It is suspected their p'rchole ik for the R...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 5 August 1885

LOCAL NOTES. am Wfednesday'' D ily. , have heard that a wedding will take place before many weeks. heteemeºr Helena took down about 600~e:ek of wol,r a qulantity of oats and Feveral 1asengers. The thirmometer as indicated in the gnal office reached 89.5 o on Monday, ,d q,3.5 g yesterday. Another destructive fire has visited Bil lingP. 'The loss amounting to over $8,000 and insurance $5,200. Sr. L. W. Peck has gone to Helena to bring through his band of thoroughbred bucks, recently' shipped from Vermont. The Billings line is doing a good busi ee now. There were five through and tiree way passengers on the:l.ast coach. About 3,500 sacks of wool have been re cived at Fort Banton up to the present de, the majority of which has gone to 'ton. jbout 400.000 lbs of wool has been ipped from Billings this year and there pin the neighborhood of 150,000 lbs in e warehouse ready for shipment. l'p to the 25th there had been received it Diln, 401, i'89 Ibs of wool. Of this ta0lunt 251,34. lbs were...

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. — 5 August 1885

THE RIVER PRESS. All letters and communications containing matter in tende for publication in this paper should be addres.ed to 'he River Press." and the n.na of the writer muet b given to insure attention. Local advertiaeents will be inserted in thes columas at the rate of Afteen cente per line from transient end en sents per lie from regular advertisers. Ter B.e~ f st.ert.tteipn: One fear ..... ....................... s3.50 Six months.......... ..... S 0 Payable in advance. WEDNESDAY, LAUGUST 5, i985. PACOOCL.AL TION. MAYOR's Onicz, August 4, 1885. To tht Citizens of Fort Benton: Thb death of Gen. U. S. . Grat is a na tional affliction; it removes from a sphere eo usefulness an eminent citizen of the United States and takes from the world she greatest of conquerors-one wh o was able to rule his own spirit and willing to acknowledge his own errors. His deter mination in war ant mnTnanimity toward his fall-n foe has no p>l,,.,(c In history. To the end that we should testify our a...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 5 August 1885

LOCAL NOTES. tr ,1 t (;.r,,lt \~ill be buried one week fro,. to(-d:11'. fr(;:lma says he is selling out "dead 1re" this time. )r. t, E. Conrad was a passenger on e out going Helena t.oich tlhis morning. e have been informed that the steamer ,ton will unload at the Coal Banks, and Ihe freight be hauled to town. J. WR. ilton and Jas. Werrick returned ~Great Falls yesterday. They report ,rything very quiet at the "future Frank Coombs won the y.acht raffled by oL Wheeler, throwing forty-four. Frank ,now the best boat (barring the dredge bolt) in the upper river. j B. Blackford and family left for i0ouri on one of the last boats, to re ,in probably a year. Mr. B. expects to Irn to Montana with a band of cattle Sseason. Sheritt McDevitt returned to-day from srF Lakc, where he is holding 300 head d0xley Ranch Compaony cattle. They u, held at present awaiting an order of court for their sale. We have lehtarndl that C. W. Price and SE ('gonr:ad have gone to Helena to re eive 5.000 head of ca...

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. — 5 August 1885

THE RIVER PRESS. Published every Wednesday morning by the River Press Publish ing Company. ''JHE RIVER PRESS has been laboring under many difficulties since the fire, re sulting in a delay beyond our expectation in resuming the usual form of publica tion. In the first place, it was necessary to send East for several needed articles and it takes some time to get them at this 9isolated city of the great northwest," even with the aid of the telegraph and ex press lines. 'The "Record" machinery and material which has been purchased by the Rwzva PRmss, had been "dumped" into a warehouse by green hands and it was no easy task to sort it over and get it in ship shape' again. On account of the loss of so much of our newspaper type it was necessary to change completely to that of the Record, nr'd t h, "measure" being different, this task was no easy one. These are some of the diffieulties that have beset us, but we have now surmounted most of them, and hope to have every thing running smooth...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 5 August 1885

CORNELL'S NE W PRESIDEN T. Clrles K, Adams, Late ot the University of Michigan. The :al,pointment of a successor to Pres Tjete White, at Cornell University, Ithaca, y., ihas created great interest every ;,re' throughlout the country. Since ;, when the university was opened on gpia 'iving exceptionally wide range of -oice of studies, and offering liberal in Jrnement: for patronage, its successful operationi under President White has been regarled with universal gratification. T;,e huntdredý, of young people who have ,peat their best years of study in the iovely city of Ithaca, N. Y., and whose aultured wtivities are now scattered over :he world, have a lively concern in all i at appertains td their alma mater. To :hose especially, therefore, must it be welcolme that P'resident White's succes sor is virtually of his own choosing, and PreRidetlt A rlam: was elected to the dig nity by the vote of a large majority of the trustc(:s. lie begins his administratien oupdefully, under conditio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 5 August 1885

THE LIME-KILN CLUB Folds Its Annual Election and Pic nic Combined. At Paradlse Hall-The Procession and the Banners Displayed-Ganmee, Prizes and Winners-lIn the Evening. [Detroit :Free Presa i Delegates to the annual election and pie .'e of the Lime-Kiln club began to arrive Friday morn ng, and were received by local members stationed at different roints. f'early all delegates from the west came in cn the dirt roads, ha, ing their shoes in one Land and a satchel in the other. The Vir ginia, Georgia and Alabama delegates, thirty two in all, arrived in a body on the roof of a £righlit-car, displaying a banner on which wvs emblazoned: "I Should Stutter!" The Ohio and Ioddana delegates, numbering tent y;m -eight, made the best show of any. They arrived on a cattle train, each one wearing a red cap, a blue shirt. orange ei a rnd stocking, and a badges on which was Friited: "We shall git thar if you gin us ( an.tda sent three delegates, Halifax two, California one, and nearly every state a...

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