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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 28 June 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. _ LOCAI. NOTES. F'rom Saturday's Daily. (;oDods are )being shipped( to Ba.lenger (t I oiss5onnealult, at Mlaiden. .zlaiiso11, the Irish hunter, is on his \.iv to ()Mont:lul fIor :inother season's ,l)orit. 1'aris (;i1. oi has noCe to) the Judith illllut ry 1to .ok lft'er the wool of that -i'(tl i( 1. -10111(1 t:a.ke no( ti e(. .1i m Mel)evitt --a girl baby-bornl on l'il iirs'lday niihi- . Don't for get to cOlt ,ratllullat'e hill, )boys. ientlon ;rwilI s.oon he inotedl foir fst horses. lEve\n T. A. Cummings has a lively stepper comling up the river. (iuus. Sen, ei. ' has the contract for )inil(ling \V. . Wetzel'sresidence on the lill side, whiich is to be one of the hand i()lliet l ('uses ill Hollt1ana. ; us. Ayres iiet with ar a'eeident ;11 ,,l1 :1 week ag:o in fording the Judith :at 1:Half)-re(ed (c.rosing, h is wagon and l1:,1 ()tf lumllbler' (eillo' swept(I down the . Is. IitVf'Uii Ain'"isu Selhlutter broke .jtil at Helena (on the night of tihe 21st; a:iI. ste:ali...

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. — 28 June 1882

P6 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Men and Their Hobbies-What Makes the Good Fellows. The blowing of noses in the nothwest corner of Paradise Hall finally came to end, and when Trustee Pullback had flung his whole.soni into.one grand ef fort to cough his head off, and failed, Brother Gardner arose and said : "My kentrymen, when you meet a man who knows just where he ken bor row a dollar-who has friends in boaf po litical parties-who gets invitations to all church festivals-who am ginerally spoken of as a good fellow, you hab found a man who makes a study ob hu man natur'. De student ob anatomy carves up a cadaver to discover how de bones am put together-whar de muscle lie-whar de vital organs am nailed on. De good feller studies de livin' instead ob de dead-de mind, 'stead ob de body. De human mind am full ob co'ns. Tread on one ob 'em, an' dar am a back-ack shun to once. If I should want a five dollar bill airly Monday morning I should slip over and ask Deacon Jackson fur i...

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. — 28 June 1882

L' TEsR YE1JrPRESJS. LOCAL NOTES. J'From Thursday's Daily. There is very little sickness in Be~too at present, although quite a number of cases are coming in from the outside. The DAIAY RIVER PRESS has ap peared, and like its mother, the weekly, promises to be an ornament to the news paper society.--Missoulian.. Prof. H. Walker has ch.,ged hi title to "buck policeman," having enlisted in the Northwest Mounted Police for a term of five years. Poor Harry! The cattle corral, situated a short dis tance below Fort Buford, was destroyed by fire on the night of the 10th. 'The corral had a capacity of 2,000 head of cattle. From Mr. Kennedy, who was out on the Teton yesterday after beef cattle, we learn that the water in that stream is falling, being now over a foot lower than it has been this year. Mrs. Webber, mother of the young man who was adjudged insane in Hel ena recently, arrived on the coach yes terday, and will take the next boat down the river for St. Paul. Capt. Norwood, of the 2...

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. — 28 June 1882

i THE RIVER PRESS. PERSONAL. From Saturday's Daily. -Jos. A. Baker left for Helena on the coach yesterday morning. -Sam Dean, of Sand Coulee, is in the city purchasing supplies. -John Steele, of the Arrow Creek House ranch, is in the city. -E. E. Bywater, of Sahd Coulee, is making one of his regular visits to this .ity. -Mose Solomon, who was in from his ranch on the Marias yesterday, reports that stream falling gradually. -J. P. Dapper, of Baker, is in the city after supplies. He reports that the camp is becoming a lively place, there being quite an influx of miners and pilgrims from Maiden. -Mrs. J. E. Sprague and son Fred., sister and nephew respectively of Judge A. R. Barrows, arrived on the Josephine and left for Ubet yesterday morning. Mr. Sprague. will follow soon. They came from Hannibal, Mo., and expect to make Montana their permanent abid ing place. From Sunday's Daily. --A. S. Leavitt, the jolliest man be tween Benton and Barker, is in town. -.1. C. Bothinc, of San Franci...

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 July 1882

R . ~ Vol.~ II Benon 1\ot.a Wensay Jl ,182 o us ammo umum mmo a w re men mm m am m a m a m m amm abittha ge g m m so m a eem am p m mme em m immaerw as amm gemm emsI~a me su s em ma meau ma em meag m s m unem guea re an H. P. ROLFE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, (Aassc~iated w th Saunders & Cullen.) U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. Ten years' experience in government surveying. The best instruments used. Collections, Insurance, Minm irg, Homestead and all land claims attended to. BENTON. M. T. W,, B. SETTLE. C. L. LYTLE. SETTLE & LYTLE, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, BENTOXN, M. T. Will practice in all the Courts of the Territory; buy, sell and convey real estate, mining and town property. C,oilections of all kins promptly attended to. ItgrOffice-Corner of Main and Bond Streets. M.TA WATERMAN. Ii. G. MCT.TIRE. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, Attorneys at Law, \Will r-ijueice in all the Courts of the Territorv. Spe ,iai attention given to criminal practice. BENTON, M. T. O. W. TATT...

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 July 1882

THE RIVER PRESS D Terms, ......................$5.00 per YeSt t COLLINS & STEVENS, "'ubl5li,ý2ers. A lI letters and omu'mnicazttoL.. containilnm miattter i,- r tevdetd for publicatioQl in this paper, x.hotlh be addressed to "The' Rirce Presx'." and tit lE 'ot tlhe writer -iwtt C be ,,icen to inrure attenti, n. Loca(l adr,irt;.uiements will be inserted in thes e colirlnsi at the r'(tte otf.;ftee~n ce.its p'.r !ihe fron. traI(.diet and I te,,. e t.s pert !;,'e ,frorm rera tldreti.,:.. - ......... _ --- -- --- hATES OF AlE ERTI1SlX(: Onei (Colu:mn,. 1 year....... ...... ..............$175 6 monlhs.......................... 104) IIalf Column, 1 year ............................ 100 6 monthl ....... . ..... ....... 75 One-Third Column, 1 year ... ......... 84 6 mnonths ...... ..... ...45 S3 months .................. 30 Quarter Column, 1 year ...................... .... 75 S 6 months ........... .. 40 ,, 3 months .................... .. rhreee 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. — 5 July 1882

THE MISSOURI RIVER. W~HERE THE APPROPRIATIONS SHOULD BE EXPENDED. The Amendment Offered by Delegate Ma ginnis-A Gallant but Futile Fight for Justice. Wlheni the river and harbo)r bill as under consideration in the Iouse, onil tihe istlt in st., I)elegalte Maginnis made :1 ,Lood tiglht to secure :i larger share of I)l'e iioney aplpropriated for the Missouri rier \i fior the Ii pper portion of the stream ibut without success. Anybody bult a lot iI Illintl(',lllpOp ('IongrsI1ell Should see that his position was unassailable. The till as ret!orted frolc the coliunittee pro Si del for a:n .appropriatiolt of $900,000 for til i llr'ovCilent Of the MisitUri river- sS'0,(iP,) fronm its mlouth to Sioux City and s51,00!0() frontl the latter point to Fort Hli.tonl. 1Mr. s[Magihlllis sought to (liie114 :+, will be see(n ill the fiollowinlg: Mr. Magliutis-I movd the aniieml il,,tit whichl I send to the desk. Th11t, elerk read as follows: ()it page :', lie 774 to 777, a:uend as follows: "lillr.v\i...

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 July 1882

THE RIVER PRESS - -- - - - - · - - IF he is not "God's mait" now lhe is t he devil's-one or the other. (i-Es. IloS.ENCRAN, has beenl reaolili ,lated tfor iongrt's in thll lfirst district of ('ali fo.n.ia. T'alt voters of Chotoau county shoulld take a detqerminedl stand in favor of the h)et o111u t1or the local office.. M1:. .lB r.\N), the speaker of the Hlouse of ( 'olilnolIs, has held that position for nine .vaLrs. His salary is $25,0,0. Tit; "-country postmaster" i" begin ning to protest agatnst the assessments made by the congressional ca nmpaigi c(ommittee". ,PA tsoN TALrMAGtiE delivered a sermon on horses recently. , He encouraged fast equines but frowned upon the evil prae tice of betting. OUR neighboring territory of I)akato is badly stirred up over the contest for delegate. Candidates are coming to the front in every county. The indications are that there will be more wool marketed in Benton this sea son than ever before. The crops is larg er and this is the favorite market ...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 5 July 1882

LOCAL NOTES. i- ron Saturday's Daily. Wanted*a ,girl to do general hb6se work. Apply at this office. The Helena pulled out for Bismarek at ,ne o'clock yesterday afternoon. Henry Neehoff loaded his train at Wetzel'r yesterday for felen me n - Bob iBlal kenbuaker, of Box Elder, ar rived in town 1 ast evening with his crop o1f wool. .. P. l Inhmas, one of the enterprising sheep menC of Wolf creek, arrived in town yesterday with four loads of wool, about 16,000) polunlds. The horse thieves who recently escaped: from jail at Helena-Jim Iliff and "Raw hide Bill"--were recaptured near Copper opolis, andi are again behind the bars at the capital. John Evans has about 1,000 cords of pine wood near the mouth of the Shon kin which he wiU put upon the Benton market this year. He expects to get twelve dollars a cord for it. Wynne & Tellson's bull train 4eaded yesterday for Smith Bros., of Fort Mae leod, and will pull out to-day. Sam is now happy as the last of his big stock of goods will soo...

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 July 1882

THE, " r"' tiCKET. Judge Tattan Denies that there is Such an Institution in Choteau County. Fol BEi:NTo. , June 28, 1882. Editors of the River Press: In commenting upon what .some poli tical Simple Simon asserts to be the "democratic slate" for candidates for county offices, the RIVEER PRESS says, "If the people get ti understand that it is a 'ring' ticket we wouldn't give much for the chances of any of them." I do not know in what sense the RIVER PREISS used the word "ring" in con nection with candidates for 6ffice- among Whom I have been numbered- so for the present will pass by that feature, but as far as the officials of Choteau county are concerned I propose, with your permission, t0 setth ri,- t iiow flhis question of a "ring," which is being insinuated into the minds of the people of this county by false inuendo. "RIing" is synonymous with disreput abl ation and tranaction antransactios; gener*lly speaking, it is a combination of persons, official or other, for. the purpose o...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 5 July 1882

LOCALNOTES. Iromii Wcdu'day's Daily. M. S. Brown loadecd his ox-t raits to dav for IHeclna tllCerlItts. The \ilesCity )(ci'/ 1'fc:%x I1tlc, it-4 .A Ioa(l of I0,0IH) pºountds of Jiullioti li' mt. the Sn ieiter at Bal-hr 'was (h.1iv ill 1"catch tO1 'e~crdtav. 7, 1 ilhe hlacwk-iiti ýv Iho took the place (o \Valtclr Buirike'k oui the iBetitout ct ,- iCICI i te i \- have )lot ltarnl d his atlte a k icked1 1)y a :1 A('iou ill tile \,este'r lard av l tionall pox f Itnt t'kli 4'I " lk1re t tiihere tlhle ben (dtiri ig tle piss m-lini1ftelr a4 u41 spr)ihg- l htir V"-lOUV cae: of which! 1111ii ber eighlt pro0ved fa.tal. A 1 eleg;ruiti rc'cei Ved yestet'hIV by one1 ot the m~emtber's of the (ThnP~g~iational ('hu'crht, this city, states that a minister olr Beaton le'ft Mlintneapolis oni the :3rd eln route to thisi plu('e via Ilisiia-rek and till( river. 'F he u\- lock boxes for tilie Benltoln postoflice ar Pe oni the steailer BIenton, which I)passeC Bufored oi her way up Ycsterdalty. There is no ...

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. — 5 July 1882

PERSON'AL. From :unday's Daily. -A. J. Davidson, of Helena, is ex pected in Benton in a few days. He will enter the lists as a wool buyer. -John Healy, of San Francisco, the well known wool buyer, has arrived at Helena and is expected in Benton in a few days. -Dick Mee has returned to Benton af ter an absence of several weeks on the round up. Life on the boundless prairie seemed to have agreed with him. -J. WV. Harris, Nashville, Tenn. ; J. H. Seifried, IBelt Creek ; T. C. Leary, Judith ; J. L. Martin, Miles City ; and O. W. Bayliss, Stanford, registered at the Overland yesterday. --Major Davenport arrived in Benton on yesterday's coach and is receiving a hearty welcome from his friends at the river metropolis. After spending a few days in the city he will pay a visit to his ranch in the Big Sag, to look after the stock interests of Davenport, Ray & Co. -J. C. Bothine left for Helena on yes terday's coach. Mr. B. is very much pleased with Benton as a business point, and will pro...

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. — 12 July 1882

IL- - M --u - 1 Vol. II. _ Behton, Montana, Wednesday, JUly ·1, 1882. No. 38. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . ... . . . . . . . . ... " . .. . . .. . ... . .. . . . . .. . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . .-:i b. .. . . . . . .. . .. . . . .. ... .. . H P. ROLFE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, (A4 F"si Xt'J with ,.,rlers d; Cudlen.) D. ). EPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. ,e:t a' experience in government survyling. The ,.; :str:u.:nts uisd. Collections, Insurance, Min. : l, !.-st,'ad and all land claims attended to. BiENTON. M. T. v:, j'. SETTLE. C. L. LYTLE. SETTLE & LYTLE, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, IENTON, M. T. .i ,act;'C in all the Courte of theTerritory; buy, S.; . convey re~l eetate, mnining and town property. S:c:tCons of :all Line promptly attended to. SI7 '..tffT'e=-Corner of Main and Bond Streets. .' iRAx . i. '. ' CM NTTIE. WATERMAN & MCINTIRE, Attorneys at Law, sc it. tiAl the urts (,f the Territory. Spe t at'eni(ion given to criminal...

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. — 12 July 1882

THIE RIVER PRESS Terms $..... .......... ... $5.00 per Year COLLINS & STEVENS, t 'Publzsers. All letters and communications containing matter in tended for ptblication in this paper, should be addressed to "The River Press," and the name of the writer must ( be given to insure attention. Local adverºt sel'lats 2will be 'lnserted in these columns at the rate of.fifteen cents per line front transielnt and ten cent pjer line fro'mn regular advertiser.. RATES OF ADVERTISING: One Cclumn, 1 year...... ................ 100 S 6 inoths.......... .. ......100 ,'.... ,............. ...... 75 Half Column, 1 year ................ ..100 S 6 months ........... . 0 .5 3 ,................. 40 One-Third Col umn, 1 year........... . .......s S 6months ................ -45 3 months........-- ....... 30 Quarter Column, 1 year................ 75 S - 6inonths.............- ....... 40 ,, 3 months ....... ...-......... .0 Three inches, 1 year..... ..............- -. - ' ... 50 6 months ... ................

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. — 12 July 1882

POLITIOS IN CHOTEAU, THE PRESENT SITUATION FROM A' NON-PARTISAN STANDPOINT. The First of a Series of Interviews for the Benefit of Readers of the "' Rver Press." lii in, heiard Ia rtItlior' to the elihet IIlat it Wa( )0(-ssii)1e a ('itizen,' tick(et w\oul(l I1t il lt ill the tlciit, a rep)orter of tlle H lt:i: l', :i·ss .sta1rte(d out Thursday afternooni ( to e.l the public pulse on the otiij(t. 'lhite iir. r gentlemaii he iiter Vic(' ivel was ni"(v' who 1ia ! so flr tkei lno part ill )ulty ()oliti,.s, lut who -.'eted t ho Ililnk soiec ]Move should be tladf to take the control of atfairs out ,of the hanlls of those who have held the r(eill- in thie ast, and wa"s abn)Ot as flol lb,)yorte'i'--'T'hi(,ln \')lo think tll(h r(, is a i'in ,' in ('1oteaAt c( ou it.ll .' \VWetl, lot exact ly a ring; s the ter.lin is 'i(neralvly appl)iedi, buit there is undoul:t ('(ly a rill'2 of Oflic(' holders who work w\itih ea('ih other to keep, thle oflices il their 1hands lt '(;1 h sake of( the salaries...

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. — 12 July 1882

TimE senate ha1s postiionld until the n(,xt pession the bankruptcy bill. J. E. WR WrIrrT, an Illinois man, has heen appointed Irdian agentarlt IP-oseJbud ag.ien11y. Tim'I-, naval appropriation bil pass d ~---Aj the house on the Gtl by vnt.. yo 119 ayes to 75 nuys. O() county tathers. are slow atbhout giving c(<ii(Ic-ration too the ii ,lt creek I 'ri(l,,e project. fitS. LANGTRY :S Ttie htat s lItot tlded cV(1n if'her bountly has. She 'is gzranlteed i .00() a 11ight for her A meicaii tour. TII.t-: Rli.cordt has a spasmn every tiime the word "r'ing"' is men(ltioned, in these columns. It seeCmls to toi"v na tender ' pot. A. cOA.\L discovery within twelve miles of Buenton is the latest. Such a mine, if it proveis a good one, wouldl 1ec worth mnillion+ t,+ the lucky owners. WIHEN will the (omnIiiissioners meet to consider the proposition of building a bridge across Belt creek. If it is to be d(lone 'tis best 'twere quickly done. (urri. EIT 's body, was buried beneath seven. feet of ear...

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. — 12 July 1882

1(OCAL NOTES. From 5atu:'day's Dally. Paris ( ibson sent east, al)out 20,-000 pounds of wool on the Benton. In ))some cases sheep) men will cOine 2BN? miles to market their wool at Ben toil, the )het market in the territory. l'aris (; ibso p)urchased 25,000 pounds ,if wool yesterday anmd day before. Prices I:ii ranullge front 20 to 2- cents a pound. Norris r:a.v's hull train pulled out for 1I,1e Coal IUnks to-day., wh(rc it will i!,:- wvit ,_,,'vi(rniu ent freight ifor Fort 1 psvinabilwlb01 (. Settle & lytle sohl yesterhday to Sam Kelly, four lots in block 9, cousidera tion 8100. A trip to WVashingtoi will probably be in order next year. Ma loir \Vallaee reports that there is about, 100,000 pounds of wool 1)between ithe; Judith and Benton, en route to this (ity, and a start in the way of maketing the clip has Ihardly been made yet. W\e were shown yesterday a lot of gold taken from the Yogo gulch this year by Mr. Mel)onald. It looks pretty good, but of course we don't know anythi...

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. — 12 July 1882

HOT. The following suggestive lines were handled us to-day by a subseril'r, and they are certainly appropriate lir this kind of weather: Oh, for a lodge in the garden of cutcumblern Oh for an iceberg or two at control : Oh for a vale which at midday the dew culmbers O(h for a pleasure trip up to the pole. Oh for a little one-story thermnometer, With nothing but zeroes all ranged in a row" Oh for a big double-barrelled hydrometer. To measure this moisture that rolls from my brow. Oh that this cold world was twenty times colder : (That's irony red-hot it st;emieth to me) : Oh for a turn of its dreaded cold shoulder : Oh what a c6mfort an ague would 1,h:' Oh for : grotto to typify heaven. Scooped in tilhe rock under cataract vast : Ohtt for a winter of discontent even : Oh for wet blankets judiciously c:ast Oh for a soda fount spouting upI boldly From every lamp-post against the hot sky' Oh for a proud maiden to look on me coldly. Freezing my soul with a glance of her eye: 'Then oh for...

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. — 12 July 1882

OTES. i Fro' 4Wq' llay"1ilv. 1 ti 'I'h& I ý4p.4,'l ielid \ ices .1 i'll 1rekl to-(lad-, :41111 tlhe Helenla to-111(4'ITO\V. Tu'le 1zced (it~hild left .IlVi itltiek %est41' ,la ' (\i111g, 10,:1(1(411 with 2.5U tons for I. t. Bake r' & ('(. I. (;~. 11.1 k('1 :11141 famiily ;44 l re 1 4(411r(1. C' IP4(,t. I'-' jc - i=ic\i1110W in I e ot~ana diir, 1iiH"t makinik lug !1g~ltll exa1ni11atioir l of I 114 l('td&". 1\"e \V0l1(1 like to hear 14 is ()piion :)f ~4t 1 'lil. .1441 i es & MN 1 c r1 i l h av1 1 e t h e c "o u l r tt 1d o ,1.(41''. a g f r n e 1 u i ~ i g 1 6 1 . A 'lutI Iirg11M11g5. )1l4.4l4l '('1 s1tr'e' , ill the rear i II( · the ('r.il 11 (II'(I l 11('I'.a: mf tl 'I'l1 iiiail "'eVVI(e' fromºº I'- Snhaw~ to hi )1(1 ' 11 c\* c'. h:1c- ii(( 11 ill(TO 'e(1 1'oili % (' Iv 1(1V to e1 1't' Iv'L'y, anid Itlhe ('ititi'el1 I IN' the pel tt 'k, 1(i) :1(111 :Ire dll'* grateful to J. It. \W'iltnui i'- 1uVitt intg tit) 11. A I l ke's 1h4ll1( 411 \\'1a-1 higtoil Street.( Al li(l...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 12 July 1882

PERSON AL. -Turner & Cressop, wool growers of Box Elder, arrived in Benton yesterday with a part of the season's clip. -Hon. John Barnes, of the Judith, formerly of Spokane, on the Helena and Canyon Ferry road, is in the city. ---. N. Dickey, one of the prosperous wool growers of Box Elder, arrived yes terday with his clip, some 10,000 pounds. -W. T. W. Miller, the energetic young sheep man of Utica, is in the city to dispose of his wool and lay in sup plies. -The father and a brother of Fred Pool, Wolf Creek, .came up on the Big Horn, and will accompany the latter to his ranch. -Jonas Higgins starts this morning on his return to White Sulphur Springs. He will accompany Major Wallace as far as the latter's home on the Judith, and take the stage for the rest of the journey. --E. J. Moreon, postmaster and pro prietor of the town of Philbrook, ar rivi.d from the Judith last evening. He was aucompanied by It. W. Clifford, his partner in the sheep business. Their wool will be in to-d...

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