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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 14 June 1882

IM a Vol, II. Benton, Montana, Wednesday, June 1-4, 1882.,o J. A. KAN OUSE, Attorney and Counselor i! FORtT RENTON, MONTANA. ¶OTARY PUBLIC AND JUSTICE of tkh 1 ACE Main St., bet Baker and Nt Jobx. ARTHUR G. HATCH. Attorney at Law -AND NOTARY PUBLIC. WaIrTT Scx.ruun SPRiNGe, : £liSpecial aittentioi' given to collecti(4s, JNO. W. TATTAN, ATTOR EY AT LAW, FORT RENTON, " - MONTANA. WilI buy and Pell real e.itate and mining property of every de ript.i n. Wi'l turnish abstracts of titles of real ee.tatc in Choteau County. Commi.sions and terms reasonable. !'o.,V.Telrnctfng a Tpecialty. Offlce at County Clerk'i Office, Court House ba lding. CHAS. DEXTER, Assayer and Mineralogist, 315 So. 8th St. MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA. 10ery asniy warranted. Immediate returns by next mat!. First-class reference. COPPER, GOLD AND SILVER, $1.00 EACH. JOHN W. DEWEY, Civil Engineer, AR CHITEOT -AN!)-- United States Dep.DIineral Surveyor RI$. vTO . ITIONTY'l!A NA. DR. WILLIAM TURNER, SR. Physician & Surgeon...

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. — 14 June 1882

THE RIVER PRESS Terms,..........................$5.00 per Year COLLINS & STEVENS, 1"*.blishers. A ll letters and communications containing matter in tended 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 ffteen cents per line from transient and ten cents per line from regudar advertisers. RATES OF ADVERTISING: One Column, 1 year..............................$175 6 months........... .......... 100 3 " ............................ 75 Half Column, 1 year.............................. 100 "' 6 months.......... ....... ....... 75 S 3 "i........... ... .... 40 One-Third Column, 1 year....................... 80 44 6 months ........... ........ 45 " 8 months .................... 30 Quarter Column, 1 year........................... 75 "' 6 months ... ........... ....... 40 46 a months ....................... 30 Three inches, 1 year ....

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. — 14 June 1882

PURELY PERSONAL. From Friday's Daily. -J D. Weatherwax leaves this morning for Utica on a business trip. _Tbomas Ptotemy, Butte; F. Dreher, Ft. Shaw; and Lew Bradbury were the arrivals on yesterday's coach. -Max Waterman will go to White Sul phur Springs soon to try the benefit of the healing waters of the springs. -Mr. Cameron, a prominent sheep grower of the little Snowy region, is in the city after supplies, and will remain a day or two. -J. G. Boyle, Chicago; Thomas Ptolemy, Butte; A R. Barrows, Ubet; and G. P. Clark, Big Spring Creek, are at the Over land. --W. C. Carothers and Mrs. Smith, both of Arrow Creek, were made one in flesh last evening by Judge Kanouse. The buckboard will carry 'Ioblube in the future. From Saturday's Daily. --R. S. Ball, of Sand Coulee, is in the city. -Dave Wareham has filed on a splendid ranch on the Shonkin. -George D. Patterson will go to the states after shearing time. -Mr. Lacy, of Peck & Lacy, stockmen, is in the city. -Mrs. Clegg, of Warm ...

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. — 14 June 1882

THE RIVER PRESS THE RIVER PRESS. It ought not be considered vain to say something about ourselves in this con nection. The RIVER- PRESS is but a year and a half old, but during the short period of its existence it has made some rapid strides in the way of pro gress. It is rarely that a paper is com menced under more embarrassing cir cumstance , and its patronage at first was necessarily limited. But month by month its influence has extended and its support has become more generous, un til now, we think, we can justly claim a larger advertising patronage (omitting legal work) than any other paper in the Territory. The circulation of the RIVER PRESS has been constantly increasing, as has, we feel safe in saying, the num ber of its friends. Last Tuesday morning the first num ber of the Daily was issued, and so well has it been received by the good people of Benton that we are now, at the end of the first week, compelled to enlarge to a five column folio in order to meet the demands on ...

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. — 14 June 1882

THE RI VE R P*RE SS. * LOCAL NOTES. From Tuesday's Dally: The streams between Benton and Fort Macleod are booming. Pres. Lewis brought down from Hel ena a lot of material for the new hotel. A number of cases of petty larceny are reported. Where is the noble 3-7-77 band ? Harris & Strong, of the Park stables, received a handsome livery rig on the Black Hills. One hundred dollars a foot has been offered and refused for a business lot on Front street. Charley Crawford sold a fine team of grays to Col. C. A. Broadwater, yester day, for $500. On April 14th an order was issued de fining by metes and bounds the military reservation of Fort Maginnis. Our merchants and their clerks per form about eighteen hours' labor out of the twenty-four hurs nowadays. The favor with which the I)ILY RIVER PRESS has been received is in deed gratifying to its publishers. % W. E. Cassadin loaded for Barker yes terday, for Jack Killally. A big portion of his load was put on at T. J. Todd & Co's. The M...

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. — 14 June 1882

. RIVER NEWS. The KeyWest arrived in Benton Thursday morning at 7:30 o'clock-her second trip this season-with a cargo of 330 tons. Jos. Todd, master,. Wm. Perkins, clerk. PAUSEKGBBB. A Erickson and family, John G Boyle, B F Williams. Wm Glen, Robert Burton. MANIFEST. O nignee. Destination. Pkgs. L Pennington.............Benton. ............ 14 S C Ashby. .............. do ................ 3 Mrs W G Comad......... do ................ 1 W G Conrad.............. do ................ 1 T J Toad & Co........... do ............... 609 IG Baker & Co........... do ..............4310 do do ...........Fort Calgary.......... 16 do do ............Fort Macieud..........1330 NWM Police........... do do ........... 117 do do ............Fort Calgary......... 84 Deschamp & Co..........Benton.......(thresher) 1 The following is the manifest of the Big Ho n, which passed the Coal Banks Friday evening: MANIFEST. Consignee. Destination. Page. Gans & Klein.............Benton ................

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 14 June 1882

IN TOWN AND OUT. From Frid:'y's Daily. Ed. Lewis is loading at I. G. Baker & Co. with supplies for the Mounted Police at F.,rt Macleod. Two two-horse teams loaded up at Mur phy, Neel & Co.'s Wednesday for the Shon kin round up. The neatest meat delivery wagon' in Mon tana is that of Rennedy & Kelly, recently received from the states. Capt. F. H. Hathaway, assistant quarter master, left St. Paul on the 1st inst. for Fort Maginnis to resume work on the post. From the number of people arriving in Benton daily from Butte we would judge that the latter will soon be a deserted t~amp The boundary line between Montana and Wyoming will be surveyed this season as there is much dispute over the line formerly established. F. C. Roosevelt received on the Rosebud a handsome spring furniture wagon. It is a beauty, and might be driven over the "rocky road to Dublin" without wrecking even a looking glass. The Independent says the Benton branch surveying party is protected by an escort of...

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. — 14 June 1882

MONTANA MATTERS. Mormons who intend working on the railroad are arriving in great- numbers at Missoula. Track laying on the Deer Lodge ex tension of the Utah & Northen will be gin on the 15th inst. There is a report that the Canada Pa cific consents to the Northern Paciflo running across the boundary line into Manitoba. The trial of David Morrison, of Deer Lodge valley, who is charged with as saulting his wife, is set for trial on Fri day next. Morrison is now under $300 bonds. General Anderson says the ends of the Northern Pacific will meet in Montana in 1883. He says the scheme for work ing in the center over the Utah & North ern has been declared off. The bridges on the Greenhorn, be tween the Seven and Eleven mile houses, were swept away on Thursday afternoon by the swollen stream.. The bursting of a water cloud caused the freshet, It is reliably reported that inire thori. oughbred stock has been purchased for Montana this year than ever before. In Beaverhead county the ...

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. — 21 June 1882

IVE, Vol, II Benton, Montana, Wedn ' , June 21, 18. No. 35. sosmna m snma m mam e m a m a u mm mTe11 m m8e" ,, . o. 35 H p. ROLFE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, .. .,,,',1i; ','t!, v .l.i rs d.: C lh'la.) S. :. DI -2TY 31NEIL\L SUTR'VEYOR. -t : tl-'rul tn an: . o.I.ec',(.tionfl, Insurance. *3in . .I, -:( :m i l, ; and (laimnr attended(1 to. I eNTI N, J `. T. F L. SETTLE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, I;ENTUN, 3. T. SI praeil c .it all tce Courts of the Territory; buy, ..I'crn; y , ,ell e,.tate. I lllllnD g anll towl prop"o rty. !" 1ii)- of 011 k ' Oi i t porptly attended to. 'g, Utli f.l --(c o:ier 01 \o Main and B]ond Streets. \ cV.'. I A . If. G. A.IeINTIE. W ATERMAN & MolNTIRE, Attorneys at Law, S": ( iil ;1 I (the C urts o' f the T'''rriltory. Spe 1a OaIt A i,; give: t criminral pactice. I ENTf'N. 'Q. T. N. W ATTAN, Attorney at Law, fENT'ON, M. . ,l,. a u'u.ti `t' Clerk'c Oiice. Court IIouse l,)NVEYiEN LNG A iI'E('IALT'. DR. P. C. COODRICH, Dentist. DE\T' )N-, 31. T. (L-i"...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 21 June 1882

THE RIVER PRESS THE RIVER PRESS is still of the opin ion that T. C. Power, if nominated, would be e(lected delegate to congress fromh Mo:nt.na. TEti-: Nort hei n Pacific earnings per mile have ineraer,-cd Ii.ty per cent. in the last year. The N. P. managers are boomers ani1d nio miI take. BENTON ought, to he the manufactur i; , .,wiw of Montan:a. Reside having od war tter oweWr sin lha the ,est. coal in the northwest at her door. Tilv democratic statesmlen are busy (xplainni the c dt'-eat in Oregon. As looked, at . O.a tfi, pjoinit of view the chief: trouble seemed to have been a lhck of tvoies. Ii- t . {: c1.) ii.dn..i'.;h'I' io ld nOt retm e to gr int t.'; pý)aytr o, the petitioners for a briri'~,e ac.:ro>-, - . .. .. e.,,`. The wish of -i s nmattcr. TI'l Turtle imiountain coun1try i5 set tlin tin w,, ri a- idly. The. i)ropo:º.cd road 'ron (i lli n I Fyoi' is to Benton lasses tlilol('ii t' 1; '.iO. .n a l. I -ett .i vwil I.ito:tn the .on-truct:ion of the road. .A ..; !...:r aph...

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. — 21 June 1882

T HE RIVER' PRESS . PERSONAL. Fpo. Tk'ur-day' Da ly. ....ohii (. McD)ougal, who has been in BcInt,)n the ;past six weeks. reeciving 1 pii, al treatment, returned to the Nort)chern1 country Wednesday. He came hlre eailOmst dispairing of his li:e, as he was« attlicted with paralysis, together witth ý.ome peculiar disease of the skin that 1,aftled the physicians at Macleod. lie returns, however, a well man and be fore leaving expressed to a RIVER PRES3 rep4)rtcr his sincere gratitude to Dr. F. Atkisson, to whom, he believes, he owes his life. Mr. Mel). says that no man ever received kinder or more careful at tention and he will always remember the Dotwtor with feelin~g of reFpeC and gratitude. From Frid, y'$ Daily. --M rs. Massena Bullard left town this morningz for a month's visit to her par tunts on Highwood.--irerald lah. -4'ol. Patrick Woodes, sasoompanied ,y h.s family, removed from this city this morning to his ranch on Highwood. j.. ',r:,y d 10th. --1-r. C'arl Holzsc hurer, of N...

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. — 21 June 1882

THE RIVER PRESS Terms, ..........................$5.00 per Year COLLINS & STEVENS, Subl:11s'rsers AIll et.tter and cofntal4nications eontain.fing matter in tended for publicatioV in thisd paper, ,.ovld be addressed to "The Rivcer Preis,s" and the maie .( the writer must be .ice, to ii'.v,'e atteat ion. Lo'al adrertis.enL#ts will be inserted in these colnl.u at the rate of fftee; cents per line fronm tranlsient and ten cu'td per linte from retulatr adcertisers.. .......- --2 .............. RATES OF ADVERTISiIG: One Columna, 1 year............................... 175 S 6 monlth ........ .. ....... ..... 100 " . " ............................ 75 Hall Column, 1 year ................ ....... 100 6 months .......... ...... ....... 75 3 ................. ... .... 40 One-T'hird Columnn, 1 year........... .......... 0 6 months ........... ... 45 " 3 months ............... ... 30 Quarter Colmnn, 1 year ......................... 5 6 months ... .......... ..... 40 3 months .....................

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. — 21 June 1882

THUE RIVER PRESS. LOCAL NOTES. u1,,.n1 Sunday's Daily. The assessment. of Chloteau county this year should reach $2,500.00(). The Wyomoing passed Poplar river, up '1 rveaml., at seven o'clock last evellilg. XCollins, )Duer & Co. have 1)ought ~I,())00 of IMeagher county court house 1-OIlI. lit pIa . 'The HI tuil:'i ig" Association conltempllate I uildin ng several additional mrtsidences t his season. ('olonel Sanders has sold a numll)Cer of lots in his Bento(n "'ranch'" to other par tie( i1( HIelena. Thely bring fancy \Vni. Joyce moved his household ,ood5s to his ranch, near Barker, yester (day-. IHe proposeO to )becomen a pellna n nlllt ý' rangl,('1'. Tholmtx Niolan was yesterday declared iI..1ne(' in the probate court and early lnext \week will be taken to the asylum :t \VWarll Springs. ''Two mull teams loaded with lumber arrive(I yesterday fromn the mill of A. NI. IHolter & B1ro., on Sun Iliver. It was ('colNigrned to W. S. WVetzel. 'I'JThe 1 ankingi hll(,Use of HlePrslict...

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. — 21 June 1882

T.tIE RTvEAR PRESS. THE COUNTERSIGN WAS "MARY." BY MAIRGARET ETTINOE. 'Twa' near the break of day, but still, The mo'n was ehinng brigbhty; Time aeat win') as it paese the flowers tet each one, ewayiug lightJy : The seutry e w psed toe..d fro A faithful night-watch keepintg. While a the rents behind him trettched His omrades-all were sleeping. Slow to and fro the sentry paced, His m seetoo bhie sabOldr, But not a thought of death or war V as with the baye v ang soldier. Ah. no i his beset waS far :wayv Where, on a weietf np14Ti , A rose twined c tt e'-@n. 'that night The counterlgf was "ary ". And theb e his ownt'ioh *W Her blueeyec i+i tlvb·oan ng Above them, Lu herua-+disied brow, ' Her curls Ike e giramlug, A d heard her via.Iag iUt she chatrned The better in thedasry. Th song he loved the beet. Th;t night The coenter~ign was "Mary." "Oh, for one kiss from her," to esighed. Wbe nup the lone road glancing, He spied a form, a little ftrm, With falthrig tep advancing. And a's it nea...

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. — 21 June 1882

THlE RIVER PRESS. LOCAL NOTES. drvm Thursday's Dai y. 'Tom Hamilton loaded at 1. G. Baker & ('o.', yesterday for Fort Macleod. sun river is bocming, and fears are en tertaied( that the bridge at the Crossing iWll"y( he washed away. 'ihe county clerk will receive bids for .;:, ,'i. os ): wood and ten tons of coal on tilt 1:;t h of July. See ad. elsewhere. The. ra,' ni fi)rImlerl- oceipied by the SVI;u Pt:.-ss is: used as a warehouse by iMr. W.S. \Vetz.el aind is now "ehocki T'hI new stage line to Barker will be out on the '-;t of July. We-trust Mr. i'owUr wv.ill nmake it a good line. The boom;l va..v',ant: it. J;i-in):.t:rek h:~:: undertaken the work of !,osil r'P iiutrIe.s houses and beer :shp<( cr,, ý , dy. Thre reis considerable "',('h in*.t" a;ain.;t the prograumme as r'tc ! " ' H , :n)t's prominent citi h. \ n. . , . th. initial steps to es . 11; H , w .t.al.tl l d n inu t' t Stitzon ,t lIar;'(, 'I.' ..e known :as the Iv nive,- i -i v *iof Mln a 11.a1. . (Evlns, lho is 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. — 21 June 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. PERSONAL. From Sunday's Daily. --J. D. Waite, of Howell & Waite, sllCheep li of the Judith, arrived in the city yesterday, and is at the Choteau House. -1). E. G(ray, of Helena, who has been in the employ of Morris Bros. a number of years, arrived on yesterday's coach and will go down the river on the first hloat. -Wce had a plesant call yesterday evenlling from Messrs. Frank Morrison and A. L. Talmage, late publishers and prolprietors of the Spokane Falls (W. T.) (7'ron hi '. These gentleipan have made rather an extensive tour of Montana and express themselves as highly Jpleased with the Territory. They will remain hut a few days in Benton. From Tnesday's Daily. -Mr. A. M. Holter, one of the pronmi iient business men of Helena, is in the city looking after his interests here. -Johnl Largent, of Sun River, is in the city. .John reports plenty of rain in t he "garden spot of Montana," and crops looking nicely. -Sol. Gates has succeeded Ed. Trainor as trainnmaster...

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. — 28 June 1882

I------~-- 7" e -·-- - THE RIVER PRESS. Vo01 II. Benton, Montana, Wednesday, June +, 188g. No. 36. I P ROLFE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, (A ti -;a.te uith. SandeR. d Or.en.) •. . DEPUTY MINERAL:.iURVEIOR. ,,.c .) r ~ p.).rien('-c ii Lgovernment surveying. The Si:r::nn usei. ollections , Insuranice, Alir Si. . an{{~ i ;Ld ail iand claimr attended to. lt.NTON. MT. T. ýW B. SETTLE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, ,ENTiON, .IT. Hi;! prac'icc in all the court' of theTerritory; buy, ,; i counvey rr'al (..atnre, mining and towii property. ,- on, o all x ,1 kj promptly attended to. r' (fl.u-(-C.:ornerJ4 of Main and Bond Streets. ,; v. E\ l:fl N. H. G. 3[CINTItrE. W ATERMAN & McINTIRE, Attorreys at Law, r t' ,l til ( ~urtr (of the Territory. Spe ; : 1,tL'.i4 given tI , crimin al practic(. l;ENTO.' M. 1'T. SW A A , Attorney at Law, i~ : ' , : : y Clerk'a Ofiee, Court lloutse cOJNV14EYAING\ A ECIfAL1TY. DR. P. C. COODRICH, Dentist. i- :Ni I N. 3t. T. THE MISSES SAGE, Teachers of Music a...

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. — 28 June 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. ! THE RIVER PRESS Terms, .................. ....... $.00 p .Year COLLINS & STEVEMS, All letters and crmmnunicatons cmntaiing matter in tended for publication in this paper. shouad be +ddressed to "The River Pr'a." and the name of the writer meast be given to insure attention. Local advertisements will be inserted in there columns at the rate ofteen cent per line frcvm tran7asi.tam. ten cents per line fr.m regular advertiwr. RATES OF ADVERTISIlGI: One Column, I year ..............................75 " 6 mouths........... ............... 100 3 ... ..................75 HBlf Column, 1 -ear .............................. 100 6 months .......... ..... .. .. 75 . . 8 " ................. .. ... 40 One-Third Column, 1 year ............ ........ 80 " 6 months ................. "3 mniouths .......... ... .. 1* Quarter Column, 1 year ........................... 5 . ( 6 monthes ... .................. 40 .. Sneon he ....................... 80 Three inches, 1 year ................

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. — 28 June 1882

THrE; RIVER: PRESS. BIVEa NE'WB. Arrival of the Josephino. The josephine, of the Coutson line, the firt boat in Benton this season, ar riv.d at our 1evee for the third time Thurs(day morning at 6 o'clock with 240 tons of lreight and a cabin full of pas ,zgers-. IV. H. (. Could is nmaster and J. . (,uv!son, clerk, both thorough sea mi . FolIowing is the manifest and* li.. of P ý ENGERS. M:a WH':?, Mrs,. E 'dy and son, john Kcnvsr, and ffmily, Winm. Fulton., Danil C,.i t, Mr. Kendai. p. . Dpinr more & Co., Mrs. t.pra ue, Mr.. Ahm-. Wrm. Halbart, , Wchb, Ed. Kumberlin. If Ar1E +T. SDentinl t ''. q. .. Wetzl ...........Bent 'n ............... .13 G(an & Klein............ o .............. ..... 20 Crane & Green ........... do . ..... ........ 11 W . H. Burgei .......... do ................ 17 Murphy. Neel & C,....... do ................1,240 . H. Evans .............. do .... ........ 11 Jahnu M .Learna........... do ................ 1 C. A. Dinsmore.......... do ............

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. — 28 June 1882

'r THE RIV f; PRESS. nn muummnmm m m n mm lnmm mm u lm ulll ll IN -nmum !nmu l m m m mn|_ THE RIVER PRESS TILE amount of damage done by the recent cyclone in Iowa is now estimatedl at over $3,000,000. TI'lHrI day is not far distant when the great Teton, Marias and Milk river val leys will pay abundant tribute to Benton. BU ILDING promises to be lively in Ben ton this fall. The outlook is favorable for au ahbundlane' of material of all kinds. lME;ll:."l's of the democratic central comnnittee to-night. The candidates should linger laroundl within ear-shot :an1d see that no put up jobl-areattempted. WV'; DOUBT whether or not the demo eratie phalanx of Choteau will present ain unbroken front in the coming con test. On every hand we see signs of w averi 11. (iEN. CROOK has ordered out a conm pany of ea:alry to check the Crows in their raids on the cattle ranges of Wy oming. The Crow seems to be develop ing into a first-clas.s horse and cattle thief. Tii: matter of changing county bIounda...

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