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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sun River sun. — 22 January 1885

Sun River Sun. Agents of the Sun, Domed .fltlnjt Ore n~nntu tn The fl*ltning tn unttlwnriaofr, V the un,ýn r·on ittliarhed to r' c j · t np uorotfl( i 'aaip' ' · h· ·u · U1 Iome$ I w h a .................... ".. Nun i r ,a II 1P *ý, ern U * 3. ttt P R O F I O N C AR.......... . .... . Aw. wi.ý.............. ......···; ,11 1..lh....: iC;. Creek~i PROFESSIONAL CARDS.. B.NEWMAN, PHYSICIAN AND SUROZON. eon Rlver, - Mon Ia. THOMAf ROes, USTIro0 or THr PEACE. A!l k JPdn of 1oe al Inltrtmall Prosrly ad yro np·r ezuteu on appllotiton. (Co lraem8 aundo 1mattanow promptl mrade. SUN RIVER, MONT. SlAAO D. McOUTOHION, ATTORNEY-AT.LAW, ownest einst at·oCE. gggLgU THOMAS H. CARTER, ATTORNEH.AT.LAW, Ol.: Maain be, oot of Broadwar, Heles, M.T. .14y DL A.4. FoorCL DENTIST, Ireadway, . • * Helena, Moet. (ABOVl BERALD OPTICE) JOHN W. WADE, " , L P#OUTT LAND AND MZIIISUAL slatlOl, o rdsmm foe isd suroetnl art Jotn River uad vi* nftt wWL reewvo prompt attention.. Car. ioawajl JNaokson, I elme. Tr. a OOD....

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. — 22 January 1885

SUN RIVER Sus. DLYWD B. £LL I....................... zmr~a WILL, MANKS..... .................. 11AAoLI 233MM, per Year, 8trr Arhdre.... :.%) I)EAIIOHN c'OF NTY. An Intereuting Papper on the '4aflect of the ProIoRsed New (comity, Bead at a Ilcent Meeting of the Stun, hIketr Debatlng Society. BY 8. M1. Conasx. . The question we are called upon to discuss tLis ovening is one of vital in) portanco-not only to the people of Sin River, but to the entire commun ity within the limits of the proposed new county. It concerns them either for weal or woe, and if there are any objections to the Dearborn county reheme now is the time to put them forth; and, on the other hand, if there are any benefits to be derived from such new county we should hasten to coure them. Let us, therefore, take council of one another and arrive at some con clusive, and at the some time, correct understanding of our situation. Thi.s can only be done by "taking in" the sitnation- not at a glance. but ly looking at it a...

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. — 22 January 1885

Sun River Sun. PILIREUD llY3y TUDIIISDA AT sun River, Montana Territory. ADVIJRtTI81NG i1AT1~s. it I I. f I $10.' 0 I dL...mtonts to o Ruttled or quair. d~e Orea rsra n1 - "t-se - .. do - te fr- m opecaI 1Yota6e. We desire tio settle up all outstanding secounts oq our hooks on or before Junn. ty is, 1885. All parties knowing them. gtlves indibted to us will confer a favor by promptly comWhtf ltcrard and settling h by cash or note. . iii i iv bills agalnst us, eith. 4ndlvdividualy or. as a firm, will plean 'aant themt~ rldr to January 1, 1885. HANKS UALL. 'ecimbher 18, 1884. SUNBEAMS. Helena is is ly P ited to the oplumn habit. A Bar Assoliation has been formed at Helens. Business is reported quiet and steady at Augusta. Mr. Fred Troutman, of AugustA, was In town the other day. The gr.uud ,pereabout is frozen three ad a half feet deep. James Intkan is painting the village of sew Orleans "pale red." Ed. Stevenson, formerly of Chestnut, I was in town last Tuesday. Ii Mike Maloney, of A...

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. — 22 January 1885

Sun RIiverSun. P'; Lt~Ul!?f I)I'I T'UIVI'I)AYU THn Sun River Publiihint Ccinjl:inv WASHIN1T(O 'ILOET T1ERII. [FProm our Regular ('orrspAr llnt.] WASHINXTON, .IJan. 10. IR5. When Congress rea.,u-omhled this. week a'tsr its Christmas vafeation, th,' IHouse of llepresentatives p1roee,'dt,'l l at once to defeat thre imp"ortat hills.. The Hiscock revenue ir,·irln scheme was sent to the rear with great decis iveness. A cold shoulder was turned on an attempt made by Representa tive Collins to fix a day for considera tion of the Lowell Bankruptcy bill, and the Mexican veterans were warn 'ed that they need expect nothing fro:n the House so long ats the Senato re fuses to recede from its amendments made to the Mexican Pension bill last session. It was the day for making motions under suspension of the rules, and a delightful post-holiday harmony had prevailed in theHouse up to the mo moment that Representative Hiscock precipitated the first tariff conflict of the session. He wanted to pass 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. — 29 January 1885

SUNY RIVERSUN.; 'Sun River Sufl Agents of the Sun, t TnerollmTunr n ntlrd. to.n l,,,nar.lvr ,uotr Job Printing a ,p~ci~lty , j9t0 tIl li.nUlllf N h I"..NIIi , t .. t l , 1? Uil~ orhrlm'.. ·· · ····.....U l.· \il I~: .r· 1I . l Frrr r u SA&, Irrl ... ................... lit ,0 with ;. k hfaIe p rih. 'll .. ........... e ., tull p irlý, ,, I. ,r , ' tllr r doreitI; io b k' w-." ..... ... . lhr,.-- - _.. _ - . . - ..- ._. _. .....-. .... . .. .. ',t ,w :h '., I ill h, lt b , .,.,, J.....................H ,iar,, Vo,, SUN RIVER, MONTANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29 1885 No,5, 5i .... "... "... .... ", S-- - --t u - i tItI r" . ; - I~~·n I! -.----.--'--.------.--...-..- - ------ - PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SB. NEWMAN, PHYSICIAN AND HUlt(alON, Son River, - - Montann. ISAAO D. McCUTOHEON, ATl'OIINEY-AT.LAW, Will Le.special a tttntn to 'oeru yneieg, rollerttiloz, water rlglltn altil uflluweg It thVi Uilted L.teta Land 0llkhv. irricW:OAL.EN BLOCK, MILIEA. THOMAS H. CARTER, ATTOItNILY.AT-LAW,...

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. — 29 January 1885

Sun River Sun. MUWI. ltt .................. .....,Mntro WILL, MNE.. ................. ANa t.U4, prit Year, Strkltl n dvanreo.... .4..' Wa have no fear that our new coun ty lines and boundaries will ever be changed: it is the most compact and comes nearer bring naturally bound ed than any other county yet organ ized in the Territory. Tae advocates of the proposed new county have their eyes on prospective ofices. -River Press. Inasmuch as there are some six hundred advocates, we are afraid the offices wont go round. Ilepresentatives Potts and Soligmanu have the least mileage of all the mnem bers of the legislature, being allowed only two miles apiece, and the Repre' sontative of Dawson county. T ingle, has the m st. being allowed 928 miles. According to an Indian tradition the bad lands between Gloudive and and Mfandan were at one time high level plateaus, but a terrific earth quake several hundred years ago changed the country to its pr(esent condition. Tns Committe on public lands h...

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. — 29 January 1885

SUN RIVER SUN. penLISEED EitAT TIVOIIDAY AT un River, Montana Territory. ii ...r .. l -. ADVERlTIBING IIATES.. ea notices in reading matter, 25 cents Ion If r I mi ~'lll l. Lost j fou te. I ian aotiinrniiila era, amts pa, r )Ior 1 acI I It , nrton. isirint aldvrtioments must be paid in ad. srl ladvertilements to be settled for quar. .ertislne algents and othler wUIl oave pomtnge -Aumo, by ogrrfll e ammm.Ipn ofr atro rten, -ir so EcrcumsOe will We levltO from SUNBEAMS. -- '7 iount Helena Is I,280 feet high. We regret to learn that Mrs. Blossom is 'to Ill. As wego tapres, Mr. James GIlb Is ed no better. John Largenut, H. D. Blossom and J. J. lliB are at Helena. James OGibson returned from tha. Teton rountry last Friday. I Ira W. W. Evans has opened a lan-. Iry on Largent street. Sleiglhlng ls first.class In town, but is rtld not to be outside. The New Orleans exposltson es sald not , be a success so far. Joe Klpp aiss been appointed trader at te Blackfoot Agency. Robert Vaughn reporte...

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. — 29 January 1885

Sun River Sun. PrnusLalll 1.VIIr TIIIuR.AY In T ns Sun River Publishing ,.onmpany W'ASilINS(T'O N IETTER. [Froml our ltgular (Correspondent.) WAti~rOTox. Jan. 17. 1885. This has been a weeok of suprisew in Congress. Without any warning. the' e'x-President of the ex-Conf'lderate States was the subject of an nerimo niou.s debate, that comtmanded a good of attention. This controversy was brought on by some opposition to Senator Hawley's resolution asking that the President furnish the Senate ' with the statement recently filed in the War Department by Oen. .Sher man, concerning Jefferson Davis' p,,d icy. Several Democratic Senator, f maintained that Davis was loyal to his cause, honorable and patriotic. As ti many Republican Senators pronounc- e ed him a conspirator and traitor. and I commented in sarcastic terms upon the spectacle of men who had been i: relieved of their political disabilities. and who had taken the oath of alle- e glance to the United States, landing o Jeff. David as...

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. — 5 February 1885

. S UN RIVERS UN. Sun River Sun.t - - -V: Agents of the Sun.T NP X7 " ,T ,a- iLfolio LsX. -"l(m- Job Printing a 8plcLalty. .rnM I AN sato r m., Ii -el - --oTI,.le rt?,llrlh! , r ti hll d.prtmtl5 has I . rtiOckllly .................. ...... But It s rn , wAI 'iri t ,ir, % k vitlt . aArmpYlt ___ __ __ __ __......_ _ _ _ _ __ _ __...... ...... ._ _ -"I 'a,.tls ~l ' ., r S't,ltll 'Y Marder, [,gi I -r- --r- -, . ........ . .. .. ..,.................. .........,,.o O,, SUN RIIVER, MON`TANA TERRITORY, THURSDAY,FlEBRUA RY 5 1885, J . m... i t o .... " ' . r... " . ....... .....i e.t, ,. .... },"' ". " " " . F E .... ,.n uh---'l'--.. "- "rn nne T -_ "m-t-Z L7 Y -7 :" - 7 .. . . .. . . . . . .. . . .. . ... . . . . . .. . .. . .. . . . .. . . . .. . .. . .' ... . .. .. ..x t im o t a .h PROFESSIOINAL CARDS. SI.NEWMAN, PHYSICIAN AND sBURGON, -sa River, " Montaa. IAAO D. McCUTOHMON, ATFOIINEY.AT.LAW, eolloclon., water rights •ndt bfnsha in the United States Laud Oksa. ewes:A OAL3W ILOO[, E.aIA....

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. — 5 February 1885

SUN RIVER SUN. DAVIlD D. BA LL. ... .. a.R W1,L I4R Lr . ....................... Mseasn TIU3S, per Year. StrIt';inAdvance .... 2.O. O'DoNOvAN RoF, editor of the Irish American was vhot in the back by a woman, Feb. b, but not dangerously it appears. Svavzw-,as are at work on the Ten mile and Red Mountain railway. Wc hope to be able to tell our readers in a week or two that thc Helena and Benton railroad scheme is materializ ing. Indications, which we are unable to make public at this writing, seem to insure us a railroad this summer. CoL. Bob Ingersoll contemplante a grand spectacular reproduction of his stirring oration on the "Mistakes of Moses." In this connection, (as the brakeman said whcn he coupled the caboose to a freight car loaded with watermelons.) in this connection it is worth remembering that the gr(aepnt it mistake of Moses was his failure to get a man like Col. Ingersoll to pilot his celebrated but somewhat unfor- 1 tunate expedition. The second great- i est mistake o...

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. — 5 February 1885

Sun River Sun. rpfLISZHD .YVnY TUlltRIDAY AT Sun River, Montana Territory. ADVERT'ISIN(l ItATES, I week. tI bla. 1 4,1$ $ ,15.i S S e b. . 7. 1 I 2.1 2 s a . 8. I l. t., I .I , 9.| 1. 1 8, 14o. , 8. Ito -r.... I , . .I I8, 21.1 Gt. I _ .f.I . 2(N). lelamis notices in reading mlatter, 25 rent" 'A..inea notic". lII oClts Or lhut' fr lrlrat lIt. HwI, end 10 tcoant por line for oa nIu u ntm .rlllt pertol of arnsme nnttn r. Ih t ,, Lost, Fo.and Wantrd,antl ot her.imllar .e·tt1ce 1i cents |)er Iln for rsllh I "n.rrtiru. Trialent advert inesmuts must I,r Id in ad. j-filar advertisements to he settlad fIr lquir. YAdertislng ., ents and otherwill .ivo lmn.Ii"ue esd tlme, by (arefal examhn!.tici of ahovt, rat',, tr siodr no clrcemstance will we deviuto from SUNBEAMS. Wanted-A heap less mud. Mr. John, Largent is still it ielena. We have got the roller skutl craze, and ot it bth _ R. I'. Walker was satief.ctorily marrted ,,u the 28td ult. Ezra Craig, of Angusta, was in town on Iueniness last we...

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. — 5 February 1885

Sun River Sun. .---v : ,, , " ,-, Posttnxs Evlar TRSupasnIA BY TiI Sun River Publishing Company THE LEGISLATURE. (ONCElNlM O TilE SUPPI.8MioN OE AtM LINe. B1 Fonts. Sac. 1. Any person who shall set up, keep, manage, or use, any table, wheel or other construction, or any eards, dice, balls, or other device, scheme, contrivance or thing of any name or discription, adapted, suita ble, devised or designated, or which ean or shall be used for gambling purposes, and induce, entice or per mit ny person to gamble, bet or play for gain, with, at, or upon, or by means of such table, wheel or other construction, or such cards, balls, dice, or other device, scheme, contri vance or thing, or to bet or wager anything at or upon any game what ever played by such keeper, manager, or any other person, by means or use thereof, or o shall open or keep, or manage any common gambling house, shall be punished by imprisonment in the county jail for a term not less than ten days nor more than three month, ...

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. — 12 February 1885

STrN" RYTE h Agents of the bun. mitt. C n ' ....~·.·... .'.. ' ........ qu~ B P K1SBIO1NAL OAxbs. juNIWMA1 t AND EUSGEON, pe021er. Meatana. 1g$9 p.. qOUTOMEON, A'dl ORIIY. "'.LAW, ATTORNIT.AT.LAW, pg..: Nlai It., Foot of flnoadway, Eehaa, M. T. - s NTIST, raadway, .' Helena, Mont. 1JOHN W. WADE, V~a. IL DVTZ.4NP AND UIXZCAL 0u1g1to3. ,Orden r gi nhd sprytlax at Siun River and vi .Ialttlw 1 rko VOrutflt att~ntion. tCII-rUaai r Taun alana. Carllrad drJarswn T,, :W06ot. NOTARY PUBLIC A U. B. LAND ATI'Y. garalul promptly attended to. Florenoe, Montana. SSIArrASa. DONola . ILlDRT Db. WMs. EDOERTON &.AWEED. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, fTh law of oal U statet and water . ot-. ,l mad. a sp.oiaclty. PAIROLN B1LO-*OOR. MAIN AND BIOADWAT, HELENA, M. T. O C. MORTSON, " Notary Public, NAND COULEE, I. T. [laal i "lxm nto of every description proper. RIFFITH & INGERSOLL, . 9 1711 Esi eaern & Dep. U. S. Dep. MINERAL SURVEYORS, Inapting ditohe and ranch surveys a rpeclalty. OFPICSI: SUN IVEI A DEN...

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. — 12 February 1885

Sun R1iver Sun. .. a; s a ............... ... ma Wf'i thiflDo o'we clse ~ l. 1 01 thtWWr m mrStnfr - - t b ef4 li'e' siow S athb ya R. I dh1jn i 'Ed our first Issue, we cannot help i.uar4jing tha the thanges.bt.4havq;a'o.e to cur tow.arsdihat ltkgethes. of thei pro grftAiu db6rk' b htfttek 1it 16Wh a loom,. ,d:Q enit)' gradu allug tt davn t9 itq present l osl tiol. The ttiansition was aot abrupt, but gentle sad.mooth. Now and thied .46 a ebhisotbuean, light jolt sir"`t iir s d. ii Eianifd i financial life by a sudden and some time Pnt unexpeqta4 jar, as some firm or individoual:gav up the lights until today we astd id a much worse po uitfon than didl bieforb the boom of 1988 was inaugaurated. It is not a good place or time to -trt pbewspaper in a .town which is juIrsIIpgi.hIPh the edg&eof a boom. Te' liberal support which has been Sit isduring the past year not wiqti4t t,. general financisl depresuio, willever staud as a monu mnntto ,our peoples energy and on We hve learned many...

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. — 12 February 1885

SN RIVER SUN. pO.LIIeIP eVECIrY Tl'IRIDATY AT Sliver, Montana Territory. ADVIUTISING ItATES. rti . it .. ti 1.i t , 48 - k i l 1,, 16 80. 1 U I , 8I ess no.l.es in roadino matter, 21 cents 'Ionotices 15 cents per Dino for thirt i -_, ad 10 cents opr line fur .ach subsequent tlon of saumem m rtt ,f. t.ay, Lost,. oundn wanted,l iuothe'ra|allnr is.03- , eapnnts'otirtt ta mild in ad. slsr advorttisments ti;'o'ettled for quar. *, b .e,~afsaid otxa lltjonor ,v ve rpotagu -dsr no oircmtunon will we daerau from ; 8U..NBEAMS. The Sgt Riven SUN is one year old to. Boller -skates should be rigged with. SeAW ..Sguat... sports were in town ht week. See ad of.the Augusta minstrel s.ow in thls issue. " Justices of the Peace blanks for sale at bhis ofice. Sheep hlve wintered excellently so far thc' winter.. We've got our .Loap less mud. Adver. tising pays. James Wells, on old.timer, died at 'o t Benton last week. James Lee, of, the Dlrdtail House, was in town last week. Smithy has moved his barber ...

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. — 12 February 1885

Sun Rfiver Sun. Pos.wrmmt svr T AsonAB avU Ta Sun RiverPublishin,. Compiany ITEMS OF INTI,'IEST. It requires the labor of five an en tire year to, build a locomotive, and this is the average at each of the six teen locomative works in the United States. Denaition parties are in order in tMihlganta enable the Governor to make both ends meet. His salary it only $1,000 a.ear, while his Secret .ry gorges and fattens on $1000 a Edior McClure of the Philadel phia Times was welcomed at New Or .eans btl' sheri, who served a summons in a $100,000 libel suit brought against the Times by the Loumisns lottery company. An avlanch in the HaEtes Alpes crushed a church the other day in which a aitmbei of persons were worshiping. What would have been said had it been a theatre? asks the New fork Commescial Advertiser. IF_~asaA, all of whose names end ed rl(tA wpae letter, rscently met In a retaurant at Jacksonville, Fla, without previous arrangement. Their names were Wilts, Fitz, Ketz. Fritz Drits B...

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. — 19 February 1885

SUN RIVER SUN. pfOFEYSIONAL CARDS. t.NEWMAN, 1BHSI.;1AN AND SDRUKON, tiller, Montana. gMD C. M9OUTONEON, A'VOHN EEY-AT-LAW, .I arpe~inl *ttijtu~n to 8Ctr~yeianomj, UI, e en w11tOerrituto c borI neu a. an "'ý tau t tes Land 1fl1:OeALUH ULOON, IlalaNA MAE 1. CARTER, ATTORNKEYAT-LAW, .. 5c$; Mal B., Footlof Broadway, Heeaa, X. T. ILA.V. vtOcrE, DENTIST, ay, . Helena, Meat, (AuoYN M3RALD OnFICz) N W. WADE, /. a. 3:TI> LAD £30 VINNI&AL SUITIOI. pd tja tfr Iagqd rupr' jinx at Rap iler and vi 1 J1 I Ul oaeln" prompt attention.... o..mroadwe, s Jae aom. 0. WOODS, ?OTARY PUBLIC' A U. . LAND ATI"T. tag promptly attended to. Floronce, Montana. 141 _____________ ACTDC D. 30031'ONO. xI.CB D.a oW . 4D3ERTON &.1WEED. ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAWT, Law of Ja,1 Estatte and wetoj righlta sndo a epcrlalty. 1*30=3 aiDooa-c-d. MAIN AND aneiDWAl, HELENA, M. T. A C. MORTSON, Notary Public NAND ('OIJLE,. M.T. i Lllnn.ttramente of every descrlption proper. bezeentad. RIFFITH & INGERSOLL, Cilfl En.:rena &...

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. — 19 February 1885

Sun River Sun. --" - -- -' " L. DATIDIs. LD..L.................... . E . a ...................... . lnr otr * TUMT. psI Tar. 2 trietllnAdvsnoe.....88. Wais this Issue the Sux launches torth upon the second year of its ex istence, trusting to the liberality of its friends and supporters for its main taeanee. We eatnnot say that the fu turo looks particularly bright. but nevertheles we prolxpoe making the fght for existence in the journalistic ield, a hard one. With this issue, Mr. D. B. Hall withdraws from the St'. We have Just one word to say, and that is, that Mr. Hall has, durfng the past year, done as well, if not better than any other man could, placedl in his posi tion, with his limited experience in the newspaper busainess. As to the future management of the Sti iwe b. nothing to saly,and will mate no promises, trusting to the im partal judgment of our patrons. .Touas truly, WILrL HLbas. imu are unanimously in favor of the oaanisaton of an association. Wnerwill the- River Pres...

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. — 19 February 1885

SUN RIVER SUN. ,)gLgUBD tYBRT THUIIDAT AT Jun River, Montana Territory. ADVITISINO RATES. j I tl"ow ' : ,I 10 O., ' .110 . . notlo in readlng matter, 25 cents tIyUSL 11 aentsr line foer first In soa410 set e ýrIns lfr eacl subsequent Srt soaf ý -d, ad b treol. r mts mst be vtoIn ad. v'I~l dvsehdetseta to be settled for quar. M.;srt/#l'. ejgte and thes willl ve posta.e SUNBEAMS. And still the barrel rolls on. *'Will you rinkulate this evening?" is the way to say it. Will Flowerree recently lost a valuable French imported horse. George Warner's express pulled in Sun. day evening from Hlelena. The stockmen will not give their an. nurl ball this year as usual. John Smith, foreman at Floweree's ranch, was in town Tuesday. II. 11. Wilson is supplying the Maud S. stables with hay at $10 per ton. We acknowledge a call from Miss Anna Gilbert, of Augusta, last Saturday. Horses in the upper Sun river country are suffering from some sort of lung die. ease. Irev. Hunter has been circulating an s...

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. — 19 February 1885

SwtI River Sun. Postasasn EvarT Turnsnr at Tm1 Sun River Publishing Company ITEMS OF INTEREST. Australld has a cave larger than our own Mammoth of Kentucky, which will, by special order of Government, hereafter be known as the Genoian nr. rad Mrs. r Morton's house is pronounced the one place where ar tistic, literary and political colebrities of theday can meet on neutral ground. In the fourteenth century it was the custom to carry toothpicks of silver suspended a ound the neck, and the fashion is' nowi being revrved by wealthy dudes. Over one-half of the mail received by Sould is paid to copsist of let teriai1beWgg~tsi knd cianks, who wmqnofapr or claim to have some wonderful scheme for making money. A very rich old lady wont to hear Mr. ooy in Washiukton. She was so thilrq,1m that when she w4 ! 'he hanged :her will and p a t $10,000 should be given to him upon her.death. Instead of adding any more amend m tpe"present Federal Consti tti Q BQton Herald thinks it tb eeld*cSate the co...

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