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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 19 July 1882

THE' RI"VER' PRESS _ E Wy Vol, Ii, Benton, M0ontana, Wednesday, July 19, 188Q.No3. J NO. W. TATTAN, Attorney at Law, BENTON, M. T. (Otcd at county Clerk's Office, Court House v Idinr CONVEYANCING A B1PE1CAL1'T. P. ROLFE, ' Attorney and Counselor at Law, 'A Rsoeiate1 with , anderd & Cullen.) t. )DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. 'earf experience in government surveying. The p~ t ijmtrunments u.ed. Collections, Insurance, ,M inl 1i; limeýted and all land claims attended to. Br NTf)N. M. T. S ETTLE & LYTLE, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, 1;ENTON, M. T. I 4pa il all t he Courts of the oTerritorl; buy, v! :1,vey veil estate mniuvI: and town property. Lions 1iI ,,'1 kins promptly atttr.tded to. -0:1 ,)-( orne: of Main ':a! !ond streets. 1.1; InA.1 i. G. MiofTIRIax. yATERMAN & MclNTIRE, Attorneys at Law, , :1;.1 4 1 ( to'-t^ of ilw Territory. Spe I :Itiol giv I to C ilfl]ll41 [)'dCtice. BI NIT N. M' T OP. C. COODRICH, V. ~BI.NO\Z.V 'V Dentist. M*ruIons(.. `t WeILiAM TURNER, SR. Physic...

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. — 19 July 1882

THE RIVER PRESS Terrms.................... ......$5.00 per Year COLLIN3 & S tEVENS, A PI fttefrs ald ct' uani i't iwio c futaning mnatter ii; ti'ur ed for ,tu b. i-aftiui, iin (h%.4 paper ,4aboud bhi ddresd'ca to '17e 1. ir'ar ,. ." tarnl t/e' vqam" ii the witer miuset be firn(' t(, iixure? ' attiratifni. lwd a n.,rtiwnet'nent will f;, in crited in thflxe columnns at the I ate ft pts* It ceitt jpIr jins train t imasicLt fatd ten cre. e ; er liHt ,f, 7h retgcttlar Ldvertierf. RATES OF AMVEIRT S.N O ne (Zoi::m t. i > a ............... ................ I15 ..on h ....... ... .. ............. 10 lial ('olutmii, I %ear.............................. 100 6 0 m ti u....................... 75 .. 3 i. ................. ... .... 40 tne-Thihd ('oumanij. 1 year............. ... ...... SO 6 mottis ........... ...... 45 ntaonth ...... .... ... .... 30 Quarter olunzu, I year........................... 75 6 tao. th4 ... ...... .... ....... 40 ** 3 m in-h ....................... i8t 11,ei t i[...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 19 July 1882

A HORRIBLE TRAGEDY. OtIf ;ARRISON FIRES THREE TIMES AT MISS CUTLER. jealousy the Cause of the Shooting-The Would-be Murderer Lynched by the Mob. From J. V. Blaine, who was a pas . ger on the coach whicth brought the .ew to Bozerunll, of the attempted inur d.randi lynching in the Yellowstone ý;llley la-t week, we glean the following 1pai'ticub: rs of the terrible af tir : Joe 1 h nij1'i'ul, the v'ctimi of the mob, was a r-4idcnt of Sweet Grass, aid a brother of Waiue Harilsoll atnd Al. Harrison, vho live in the sable vieinity, the latter hlJlidn'' thlie osciti P of deputy sheriff of (;Tii.1tin. Mi.' Cutler, fromi Minneapo li-, 1nn., the young lady up1n whom e cw adly attack ws nmade, or some lt;: pa t ha. been s huol teacher in the *E ( c ' sdi~t ricj nd made her honme ! e ai:of Wa1 \de H'arti (en. As v, r. B:aine could learn the facts cld aliy .a fol S.1 H arri-oil had l ct. Ml,. at M inuoupoli~os, had correslpond 1 ' ¼ her .1.trwar'idS. r.nd wvliun the \(;liIj la.dy' (aXteL to Mt n...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 19 July 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. THE RIVER PRESS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 19. 1S3. (ºRt.ýILLE 1. ()C uHY has been re lIeºmiilatV, it1 for delegate to coigress .from .\rizonlua by lie (ldemiocr'atje coiivention. 'ti 1- little unpleasantness o(ver in Lgy1)t NVili not Iast l01. The "powers" will sooi lxriing the unruly E1 ptianis to y.A I)iToNE wa 1W8 defeated in the house of cmmn1111º11l o11 the Irish repression) bill, and there is talk of his resigning and the organization of a new cabinet. A E1{CENT bulletin issued by the cen sus bureau estimates the number of quali lied voters in this country at 13,000,000 -that is so many uncrowned kings. Ex-SENATOR SPENCER, of Albania, is wanted as a witness in the star route cases, but has mysteriously disappeared. Uncle Sam's minions are in search of him. IN the sundry civil service bill as agreed upon by the house there is an ap propriation of $1,500 for the contingent expenses of the office of the surveyor of Montana. TJiE proposition is before congress and receivin...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 19 July 1882

TIUE RIV EI3RP8E LOCAL NOTES. From Saturday's Daily. The Far West left Bismarek for n toll on Thursdla. The Butte is loaded with 9,200 pounds ot ire g'ht for Fort Shaw. The famnily of J.mes McDevitt has uiove I to their ranch across the river. . S. \Vetzel's new and handsome residence on the hillside is beginning to loo1m. up. The freight at Bisniarck is pretty well cleaned up. None of it, as last season, will lay there over winter. The Big Horn left Bisniarek for up the river yesterday, cleaning up every pound of freight for points above. clerk Coulson thinks the Josephine will be able to make another trip to Benton and have a little time to spare. Torn Hamilton's teams arrived from Fort Macleod yesterday, and Tingley's traia « ill show up in about three days. Hirshberg & Nathan received a large Marvin safe on the Josephine, and the same was put in place at their store to (lay. W. .1. Minar, the druggist, has re ceived a handsome perfume case which has been given a prominent pl...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 19 July 1882

THE RIVER PIRESS. SINKING OF THE ICED CLOUD. She Strikes a Snag Below Round Butte, and Sinks in Three Minutes. Telegrams received here Thursday an nounoed the sinking of the steamer Red Cloud, of the Baker line. The accident happened just below Round Butte,. just below the mouth of the Musselshell. The following telegrams tell all that is known here at present about the disas ter : BOUcHiE>' GRAVE, July 12. To I. G. Bak-er & Co, Bcnton : Red Cloud struck a snag and sunk in 1 three niinutes. About 3,000 bags of flour lost in the hold. Will re-ship pas w ngers on the first lwt. I. G. BAKER. BISMARCK, July 13. Joe. A. yBker, Benton Red Cloud sunk. Your father and all asseng ers were tranwsferred to Rosebud. No lives lot. T. J. Tom). BISMARCK, July 13. To I. G. B-ak' r & (u., rntow Red Cloud can!,: yesterday Gust below Round Buttc. T'otal loss of ffceight in hold. Peck freight saved. No lives lo-t. Struck a inag and su .k in three ur.inutt:s, b]eaki1n in wo. Watier in' cabin....

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. — 19 July 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. LOCAL NOTES. Fytn Wednesday's Daily. Work will be commenced on Gans & Klein's new building next week. Thcrte i a great demand for help .uneng t he Eheep men who are in town W. H. Burgess sold a nice little bill of ; ocer ie, amounting to $1,500, to Mr. L. i. Burnt, yesterday. J.C. Bou'rasa has sold half of his wood, ['1110 cords, to John C vanaugh, of fhl Marina, al-o a wocd dealer. We overheard a couple of capitalists -y'derday discussing the project of putting in a steam ferry at this point. The oflice of the Helena & Benton stage company was yesterday established in IT. P. Rolfe's office with B. L. Powers, i-r.oAher of the superintendent, as agent. Ache Northern Pacific surveying party :onm Billings were on Sage creek Mon d )y, on the Arrow creek road. They will probaily be in Benton early next week. W. H. Wright purchased a four team mule outfit yesterday from Thos. Haley, and last evening pulled out for High wood where he will cut hay during the sCeason...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 19 July 1882

THE POLITICAL POT. OPINIONS OF A CHOTEAU COUNTY DEMOCRAT. He Does Not Believe in the Existence of a Ring-A Chat Over the Delegate Question. As the RiVER PREss had announced in a previous issue that it would endea vor to give the opinions of different parties on the political situation, a repre sentative of the paper caught one of our citizens the other evening and inter viewed him on the subject. The sub stance of the interview was as follows: "What do you think of the expres sions of the gentleman interviewed the other day oni the political situation in Choteau county? I)o you believe in the existence of a ring here?" ''`No, I (10 not." "1 (10 not mieani a corrti t ring, but a political ring." "'T understi'nd. I do not believe there is a [olitical ring such as would be understood by the remarks of the gentle mani. Of course it is natural to expect that if a,, man is in a position to help a friend in securing a good office he will do so. You or I would do the same thing had we the o...

Publication Title: River Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 26 July 1882

Ii. Benton, ontana, Vedesday, July , 188. No, 40. Vol, it. Benton, 2hontana, WVednesday, July ?-G, 1882. o,40 I .DONNELLY, SJ. DONNELLY, Attorney at Law. ltecord Building, Fort Benton, M. T. Will practic, in all the (Courtm. Prompt attention (i10i to All busaixes--. JNO. W. TATTAN, NO.Attorney at Law, BENTON, M. T. (ttice at Coiinty Clerk', Office, Court loflnCe bijlijini. A' ONVE\'ANCIN'. A $I'X(IALY. 'JAX Vi'ArYRMAN. il. (G. Mt1NTIItiE. ATERMAN & McINTIRE, Attorneys at Law, ':1 tratic( ii all the Courts of the Territory. Spe .i9l attention given to criminal practice. BENTON, M. T. P. ROLFE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, (A s.o. ated v'ith Mouedrs d,' Ctilleie.) . S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVIEYOR. . ear&' experience in goverlnment surveying. The he.~., iii.trunlents used. C'ollections, Iusurance, ,lin* i,, li( esteo:ul and all land claim;, a:ttend(ed to. IiENT)N. M. T. N;, li. SETTL .i:. I. .. LVYTI.E. 8ETTLE & LYTLE, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, !DENTON, M3. T. \I! pra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 26 July 1882

THE RIVER PRESS Terms, .............. 5.00 per Year 'COLLINS & STEVENS, I lE democratr (i ic territorial con en tion will probably be held at Butte. Thisreie fthct will giye Messr::. Cl'ark and WVord, or either of t em, soj"and he advant',.'he over the other candidates. AIe e) persnonol fiends of Gen. W. Local. Hancock retpor't that h e will not1. accept a renomination for the presi tdency. In the acase of lMr. r-S. J. T. of( tn eramarenty Park, itis probably different.dvtr RATES O1F ADV ERTISING : .u. re6ublican territorial central com (.ot~ii i s ............................ mittee is called to meet at Helena on Ihul: (ioluuuun, 1 year ..............................100 6 m 1f4fthu........... ....... ...:... 75 ..Saturday, August . J..P. Woolman i..40 Ochairman and R. E. Fisk, secretary............. The......S political ball throughout the territory.................45 :3months ........... ... .......30 will soon be put in motion. QrH d emocratic territorial committee5 " " l lon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 26 July 1882

Chased by Indians. On his return from Fort Macleod the ,other day Clark Tingley, who was riding on horseback alone, met a war party of In1dianss and was chased at full speed fifteen or twenty miles by three of the bucks. Mr. Tin'gley had a good horse and was enabled to ride away from them without any difficulty. Had he had his trusty rifle along he would have been per tectly content to interview the pesky reds, but being unarmed he sensibly concluded to keel) ahead of theni as far possible. What their intentions were, he doet n(ot knlow. Coal Within a Mile of Benton. M.essrs. .John (Oraham and \VW. Tlholnas are pjrospcecting for coal in the imme ,liate vicinity of Benton, and c(lainm that they ha ve found indications that war railt a goo(d veill of coal. Their discov ery is within a mile of Benton, and if it proves all they expect it would be a big ger thing than the best silver uline on earth. Mr. Thomas is an old and ex periened coal miiiner, and he muaintains that he has niever s...

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. — 26 July 1882

, E .-VE : WEDNESDAY, JULY I ,G. 192. .JERB BL.Acd A I, reports from the Barker district ..r;eth that the Vniis just 0'ter, .'I Ti -; political pot begins to boil to some purpose in Choteau county. The demo cratic delegates are named and in a few weeks the convention will assemble. THIn session of congress will continue but a few days longer -and as 'ft.t~ known the bill throwing open the Fort Benton military reservation is not yet a law. BEN TON real estate is firmer uthan ever before and what sales are made are at big figures. This is especially true with reference to property in the business part of town and building lots favorably located. Tfi-: stalwarts and independents of Pennsylvania fail to mix. Senator Mit chell proposes to keep up the fight until the Cameron clan arc conquered. The senator has undertaken a big task. EX-I)DELEGATE CANNON, of Utah, re ceives full pay for the time he was pros ecuting his contest in the house. This snug sunm will enable him to take two or thr...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 26 July 1882

LOCAL NOTES. From Saturdy's Daily. Brurlo & Santinlo load for Macleod to dlay. Tom. Hamilton's leamns pull out for ( 'algarry to-day. The 1Helena leaves this mlornilng for down the river. ('lark Tingley's teams will arrive to day from Calgarry. Charles Price bought nine head of horses from Mr. LaMarsh, of Missoula. N. A. Lewis loaded for Spencer & Co., W\'lite ,Sulphur Springs, yesterday, and pulls out to-day. The Rosebud will pull out for Bis miarck to-dayl. She tskes down about 100 tons of wool. The J osepllhine leaves Bismarck to-day for Benton with a full cargo of freight and a number of passengers. She will not stop short of Benton either. The pummneling contest between Sul livanl and "Wilson at Madison Cardens, New York, was won by WVilson, who pockets 81,000 and the gate money. There are 5,,000 feet of flooring and inlislling lumber on thp Black Hills, which will mlake over 20,000 feet re .eiveld )by the last three boats of the Power line. Buck RIaiiiey purchased a mu...

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. — 26 July 1882

RAILROAD RUMBLINGS, SOMETHING' ABOUT THE RAIL. ROADS HEADING FOR BENTON. The Great Northern Transcontinental Sur. .. vey- interview with Gentlemen Con nected with the Northern and Canadian Pacific Railroads. It begins to look as if Benton was to be the great railroad center of the new northwest. The indications to this effect are as clear as sunlight. If you do not believe that the eyes of railroad builders are upon Benton, go and exam ine the hotel registers. At the present time we have Prof. R. Pumpelly and party, Prof. R. being chief of the topo graphical party sent out by the Northern Transcontinental survey company, in reality the Northern Pacific conipany ; James Colvin, supply officer of .the Ca nadian Pacific survey party ; John H. Waters, upper river navigator and rail road builder-while the Northern Pa cific survey party are only twenty miles away anJd moving towardls Benton as rapidly as they can can drive the stakes. This is certainly a goodly arrayv of railroad talent, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 26 July 1882

.1)1 oi ie o)l(-tl i (l ) 1t li:hi ( targl() of the ,rck.,kYl( Ie('l Clou)d was slaved, but the .alllanti (l",af will he a total loss. Ai i(,l 'c,)il( last ilight Constable ,o. \ :- ,,walking the streetwitlh a war ilnt il hi:- ,)(lket for the arrest oI Chas. .\ eiS.r <Call leav'C i.h(ntoi) on iie iunt.(o', Soultl1('1rn s5tUhe, aft one o'clock i. .. li i a.rrive at Martinsdale in time f' su))pper the next day. This is what \V wolll (:aII making good timeic. A s.ci.imien of the growing oats from the( ranch otf Stanton & Carter, Shonkin, canl he s4een ati ,V. S. Wetzel's. The stalks are fully five feet in height, as line a~s we have ever seen at this time of the year. and Messrs. S. & C. claim they have 0() acres of that kind. The p)ro)pose(d meeting of the comumnis -ioners last evening did not materialize, ()wing to the faet that the president of the hoard had important business that called him away. A meeting will be he!l this morning, however, when the first step)s will h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 26 July 1882

EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEM ENTS OFFERED AT THE OF SUMMER CLOTHING We have marked down the remaining stock of our Summer Clothing, consisting of Cassimere, Worsted and Flannel Suits, Alpaca and Linen Dusters and Coats, Light Underwear, Straw Hats, and other articles ap pertaining to Summer wear, BELOW ACITAL COST! Owing to our removal to new quarters, on or about September I st, we will close the above goods out at a sacrifice, so that we can open in our new store with an entire new stock. Bargains for All! Call and Exanmine ! SANS & NI K, Adjoining the Bank of Northern Montana, FRONT STREE T, FORT BENTO N, M. T. HARNESS SHOP Benton, 1MI. T. Cheyenne Goods, C:haps, Sad dies, Spurs, Etc,, Etc., A Specialty. Repairing done lower than at any other place in the city. L. H. ROSENCRANS, Corner Front and Bond streets, Benton. JO ' ti `I&£r1 LL` a"1 ,i Contractors an emu GENERAL JOBBERS. : SBank, Store anls Olcc Fittint a Specialty All orderspromptlvy iledh. Shoon Frankiin street, above T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 2 August 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. VoL, IL Benton, Montana, Wednesdsy, August '2, 1882. No.41. Jj , Attorney at Law. !:,cod ll lilldrih, Fort M. T. W-i. pra~:ti.e in Nil the Courts. Prompt attention :, i toi4 be alaesa. JNO. W. TATTAN, Attorney at Law, -ENTON, M. 1. t ot,. t 'unty Clerk'a (Ofi$l, Cou'rtr twIote ',,tding. (CONEV AN"TEIN A fPZJIALTY. M1A U. G. MUC1TIRE. WATERMAN & MolNTIRE, Attorneys at Law, , ,,.,:.f" in all the Conrts of the Tvrrtoryr. Ka ,fal Ot! tentlon giv. n to criminal prIctI'e. BENTON, M. T. P. ROLFE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, (A wiaei0 trl rt! .Lrnlderd d' Cdtllef.) : . I",PUTXY MINERAL ,IURV'EYOIl . ar' expt l,el nC( in ..)overnmont surveying. "T'i.,. i :t,r(irumncat. u . Collections, Insuralnce, MITi liEitlr'' Et'::i t tr.l !L n d la ad claims att,.nd d to. IBENTON. M. T. ". T -Ti,. ;. L. IYTLE.. SETTLE & LYTLE, Attornteys and Counselors at Law, i;ENTON, M. T. , a l i the Courts (it ther'l ritoty ; buy, ; o(''tvey i* I (-.taf minimig and ttowl property. ',; .inm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 2 August 1882

THE RIVER PRESS WEDNESDAY. JULY '6, 1~S2. RATES OF AYERTISG: i Col nn, vea. ...............................171 6 mrnoi th.......... .. .. ............. 10 " .^ l .. ....... ... , ..... ... e,5 H:l0f Colum n, 1 ea-r.............. ....... ........ 100 "" 6 mlilthtS ................ ...... .. . ... . ......... ... .... 40 lUni-Third C-:.lumn, 1 year....... .... ...... SO ' 6 months .......... ...... 4. 3 mnonths ................... 3 Qiuirt.t r ('oinmn, 1 year........................... *T5 6 months ..................... 40 SmonuIhe ......................... . j f:re. inrthe., I year . ............................ 50 S i monthsa ............................ 30 S 3 months...................... . 25 I'P,,fessional Cards. 1 inch, 1 year ............... 15 R Itte' for Traueient Advertisemer.ts gl-etn at office. THIE railroad mileage of the United States is equal to that of all of Europe co.ibined. A.RTHUR and Harrison, of New York and Indiana, respectively, ii a ticket suggested for 1884. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 2 August 1882

A HIGHLY FINISHED GIRL. 8,he Come Home and Gets Acquainted With the Faraily. A day or tw-o ago a Brooklyn girl re t!rnit& home from a male and female hoarding school with her degree of A. ,., and plumnlxwl down at the dinner to Vrcnw her zticuaintance with the family. 'I say, dad, you but I'm glad to get tllnugh book-banging for keeps! I just hold a full hand of literature, now you liatell ! Jerk the grease, will you?" The o(ld man passed her the butter and went- ,quietly on with his meal. "It's my innings for society now, dad," she cntirmued, '"and you've got to pile up the sllc:kels for the shucks ! This water melon vine is coming forth in lisle thread, and doni't let it slip your forget ,uln s ! There is going to be consider ;.I,: ia.rlgn.ess on. the top row of hooks this season, and the late lamented is to locate thereabouts.! `What's the latest thin tin gum-',hewers' row, anyhow ?" 'T f'ithe~ contemplated her for a rnt) IlO:, t in silehnce', and then told her who 1,)' ,':,v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 2 August 1882

THE RIVER PRESS COLLINS & STEVENS. A ii ie'ttr.s antd coU)ntU.tflLtýo4n cefnttaingq 'natter in t.',id,:d for ptublcation in this paper. shwui!d be addressed it "The Ricer P',es.s," and the n.aua'3c tif the writer 'must i, -Le::ce.; tv ;sto a re attlntion. r oe. t tdvrlisemeints 'wtill be in.ert:d in thwse eobtnmns a(t the ,'rtte of fifteen' cents per liae fcroL transient and t , ,- it c r lin uLt * 'r l(re ilar t dw;ertiseRr4. W\EDNEI.)NIAY, A\GUST 9, 1.S2. JREv. PAIT izci A. FEHEN, of (Chicago, .Aill be elected a( cardinal at the next '- ) T'lii: river and harbor bill has passed both hIiuses of congress, butit is thought it. will lie vetoed by the president. JIT has cost: the government to date over 815,(K0)o to prosecute the star route tlhi(,ves, and nobody has been punished. ALEt. . II. ETEP'l ENs, the champion light weight statesmann, has been nom inated by the democrats for governor of ( eorgia. W\V understa'ld thalt ta few alleged plromineint republicans have gone into the...

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