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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 2 August 1882

LOCAL N O.TE . .'rni Satnrday' l)aiiy. (4round vwas broken ye.teri.ay for Mr. Morrow's new building. I,. t ans, jr., bought the wool cili of` M. Sweetland, of Chestnut, yesterday. ;ans & Klein recently sold 2,400 head 'of wvetl hers to (Gutlhrie & Ming at $3.2" a tltc.atl. The \.ool li (it, Dave Folsoli and I l'nry ( oodale, of Smith river valley, :a reI Ieroiss the river. ('Clark 'Pingley brought to lcliton t.wenty-one tonls af Whoop-up coal on) his last trip Ifromi the north. The rnemainder of tihe BuritL clip of wool is now on the opposite side of the river and will ,he delivered to L. (Gans, Jr., ito-day .1 . li. tandill reniounceid llegiance to the queen yesterday, and proposes to INe(cliiW a, full tledged citizen of the I ,nit'ed< ýtaUtes. ( ;eorge [Lyon= p)tur(haaseM.4 a buggy ye' t er.lia.y from Mf r. Young, the fruit tree roan. uiggy riding on thie Musselshell, will now lte in order. Had For(d is in ,harge (iof Asa Sanmples herd of nearly 700 beef eattie, which w...

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. — 2 August 1882

TRE MONTANA DISTRICT. An Interesting Letter from Our Regular Correspondent. NEIITARi , M. T., July ' 182. Editors of the River P-res: I herewith send you a few items re garding this district, as development is now proving to be a certainty what has been long suspected, viz: that here is going to be an extraordinarily rich camp. The road question iseems to be now taken in hazid, as the enterprising citi zetns of White Sulphur Springs have al ready raised a fund for the construction of the road from the county seat to this place, and will from this cirotmstance alone obtain the lion's share of the trade next season, as the distance is only 34 miles with easy grades. This road will then place us about 90) miles to. Hel ena, with good roads the entire distance. As only about 10 miles of new road is required to place this camp in direct communication with Benton, it seems strange that no steps have been taken in the matter, especially as large interests are held in thie camp by Benton me...

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. — 2 August 1882

future a pretty lively trade in corner lots.. May they not be disappointed in their expected boom.--Herald. Jonas Jones and J. L. Randall, stock einen, are in the city. Those gentlemen rormed a partnership some months since, and purchased a. large band of cattle in Gallatin county, intending to drive them to the north fork of the Old Man river, in the Northwest territory-.1 Mr. Ran dall, however, finally decided that he would rather remain on this side of the line, and a dissolution of partnership will probably follow. Mr. Jones has a land grant of 100,000 acres within thirty five miles of Fort Macleod, and will go into the stock business extensively at that point. PERSONAL From Weduesday's Daily. -Mrs. H. B. Brainard and children, of Helena, arrived on yesterday's coach, en route to the states. --Prof. E. R. Clingan and D. I)utro will probably arrive in the city to-day from the Montana district, where they have located a number of valuable quartz claims. From Thursday's Daily. -W. ...

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. — 2 August 1882

RIVER NEWS. . The Black Hills. The Slack HilLs, of the Benton "P" line, arrived at the Coal Banks at 1 p. m. Saturday. The following is a list of passengers and freight: Passengers--Mrs W H Buck, Miss M Hannigan, Mrs P W Genan and five children, Miss Mollie Chambers, Mrs D) A Winne and three children, WV J Dunn, D J McDonald, James Massic, Wmn Downs, Robert Seifert. Freight-T C Power & Bros, 917 pack ages and 5 cars lumber; Quartermaster's agent, Coal Banks, 32 packages; C Imo da, 1. The Far West. The following is a list of passengers and freight of the steamer Far West: Passengers-Madame Cappiani, Mrs A B Taylor, Miss Mary Taylor, C L Josselyn and wife, Miss Lizzie Pieper, Sam Heron, J WV Lother, W King, P P Nelson, James Dezell, T Pierson, R Bice, J Wilson, J A Gamble, L Cogs well, John Wilson, James H Wells, J F S :mirlo, A Haney, J McDaffin, Don Francis, J E Patterson, A Aiken. Joe Conrad and Sheriff HIealy got off at the Coal Banks. Freight-I G Baker & Co, 173 tons; Dav...

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. — 9 August 1882

IVER PRESS. Vol, II. Benton, Montana, Wednesday, August 9, 1882. " . 42. J J. DONNEILLY, Attorney at Law. se.ord Bauidiag, Fort M. T. WId praetle in all the Courti. Prompt attention _Ive to all basin.s. J O. W. TATTAN, . . Attorney at Law, BE.TON, M. T. egCcs a+ County Clerk's Office, Court Hoise wat~lng. CONTYETANING A 'SPECIALTY. 1` WATrBnxAn I. G. MCINTIP. . WATERMAN & MoINTIRE, Attorneys at Law, w r fra~ctice in all the Courts of the Territory. Spe :s, attention gvin to criminal practice. IfEN'TO7', M. T. HI P. ROLFE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, (Awsoiatced with Sanders d& Cuien.) Ui. 8. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. Ten years' experience in government surveying. The test instruments used. Collections, Insurance, Min. tg. Hoemestead and all land claims attended to. BENTON. M. T. W, B. SETTLE. C. L. LYTLE. SETTLE & LYTLE, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, BENTON, M. T. Will prac.,ce in all the Courts of the Territory; buy, seal and convey real estate. mining and town pro...

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. — 9 August 1882

THE RIVER PRESS Terms,............................. $5.00 per Year RATES OF ADVERTISING: OnU Colu n, 1 year............. ..................$1 S " 6months........... .............. 100 S. " ... ...... 75 iali: Cohlumn, 1 year .............................. 100 *" 6 months ................ ...... . 75 ..3 .... .. ... .... 40. O*w-Third Column, 1 year.=............ ...... 80 " 6 months ................ 45 S "i 3 months .................. 30 QParter ColumD, 1 year........................ 75 6 months ... ................ 40 c" 3 months ....................... 0 ftree inche*, I year ........................ 50 6 months...................".. 30 3 months .............. ........... . PWofesional Cards, 1 inch, year ............... 15 iRates for Transient Advertisements given at office. THE president has signed the river and liarbor bill. THE breeze raised about the reserva tion lots is an indication that Benton dirt is esteemed pretty valuable. THE river and harbor bill as passed by congress...

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. — 9 August 1882

ITEMS OF INTEREST. "The fan eof a fair woman is thescepter of the world," is the epigraph of Mon sier Octave Uzanne's dainty book, "L'Eventail." The Mohammedans believe that a new Mesiah who is to restore to Islam all its pristine glory, will appear on the shores of the Mediterranean on the 12th of No vember next. Of Lamb's report the Inter-Ocean says: Reed and Scoville made a great mistake that they did not get the New York hIerald to print that picture of Ouiteau's brains while the trial was in progress. It was a horrible conglomera tion. A man with brains like that would be likely to kill a man every morning before breakfast. An old tobacco dealer says that Ha vana tobacco has been robbed of its char acter through the use of fertilizers, which has been applied to the soil, and the leaf in the greed to make more tobac co, and, therefore, make more money. The peculiar character of the Cuban to bacco, he said, was derived from the natural, unambitious cultivation it re ceived; but t...

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. — 9 August 1882

THE RIVER PRESS COLLINS & STEVENS, A dN letters and c` Lmmurications contai1ing matter in tended for p.,bli~at;on in thir paper. should he addressed to "The Rirr Press,'' and the unr n at thc writer must be ngi.e to insuure attention. L tel adcrertisement. wiltl be inse tcd in these columns at the ri'e qf fi'te n cents per line froiu trUsfent and ten ent, px'r 1te from requar adv ertiser" WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, l.b_. THE de~iocratic territorial convention wrill be held within less than a month, and tht( candidates rn:vlt now bestir themn.elves. rTELE(NAMs of the ;1st u!t. stated 'the president would that day sign thc river and harbor bill. Later advices are to the effect that hle vetoed the bill, which was Xootn .~t'terwards passed over his veto by both houises of congress. T HERi ; is general disatisfaction among the democrats of Benton in reference to the place of holding the territorial con vention. Butte is not centrally lccated, and it will work a hardship upon the delegates ...

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. — 9 August 1882

L)OCA.I NOTES. From Sjtarda2. y. Da.ais. '.The mcXitViment about town lots has nearly died out. The stakes and barbed wire arc about :all ieft on the reservation to tell the tale of the struggle. Tlm case against "Kidd" Carson for larceny has been withdrawn, as we un derstand the fact was established that there w.s no intent on his part of wrong doiing. There are alieady three or four appli cants for the lower room of the proposed new Odd Fellows' building, an indica tion of the demand for good business rooms in Benton. James McDevitt was around yesterday soliciting subscriptions to the stock of the new Odd Fellows' building project. He secured subscriptions to the amount of nearly $5.000, insuring the succe.,s of the enterprise. Messrs. l)elzell, Pierson and Mclntyre left yesterday for the Judith country to gather the cattle purchased by the latter lduring the sumuner, and will drive the band through to the railroad. They left; on Col. Siinnsi' two-horse train. Judge Tattarn expect...

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. — 9 August 1882

HALLELUJAHI! The Reservation Bill Ha Passed ! And Will be Law When the President Affixes His John Hancock. Intense Excitement in Benton Last Night---The Whole Reservation Fenced Within Three Hours. A Few Parties Have Corralled the Whole Business, but Will They Hold it ? Text of the Bill-How it WVill Operate Lots for Everybody, and To Spare. HURRAH FOR MACINNIS ! We doubt if there was ever quite so much excitement in Benton as obtained last evening. As soon as the twilight shades came on there was hurrying to. and fro at the lower end of town, and wagons loaded with light stakes, lumber and barbed wire could be seen hastening to the reservation; then commenced in vigorous style the work of making rude inclosures and staking off the reserva tion lands. The first parties in the field were observed by others, and it soon be came bruited abroad that the reservation bill had passed, and the work of "gobb ling up" the lots was in progress. Others then rushed to the scene of action, and wit...

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. — 9 August 1882

LOCAL NOTES. From Wedlnesdy's Daily. The thermometer registered 96` in the shade yesterday in Benton, and Jim AMatkin says it snowed in Barker! The Helena & Benton stage company have a drawing room cir attached to their line in the shape of a handsomely trimmed coach named "The Palace," which paid us a visit Monday. James McDevitt has the contract for putting up fifty tons of hay for Paris Gibson and W. S. Baker for their sheep rach onR1eIt creek. wH.al.d betweenR Belt and Wý k 4 already se~e 125 tone up A private dispatch. rce0r) y. from Col. Ilges ou t a officer will leave; Whingt t or Fort Assinaboine t o ume m at that post. 'Cot Illg will v welcome to hi new fl d of ty of Mike Foley, one f tnh h'h'-othe.ha proposed road ,froo u i as the trail, to enltect wi h , Benton road, reports that goo I can be built by wy of ...y.Eij for .3,000, shortening the ~~tance from Benton to Barker some fifteen miles. Maxinermer, an Indian who has lived with the Crows for twenty years, called 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. — 9 August 1882

-I --' -~i rIFIF BENTON IlR E! gto `te extraordinary speculations in the BALANCE OF OUR SUMMER GOODS 25 per cent. less than cost, to. give all those who have been left on the land grabbing scheme a chance to get even. Complete Line of Summer Suits in Cassimeres, Worsteds, Flannels, Linens, Etc. Also Lisle Thread, Balbriggan, and other Ilight Underwear. Straw Hats in an Almost Endless Variety. Linen Dusters, Alpaca and Linen Coats. In fact all goods for Summer Wear now remaining in stock. The entire stock must be sold before our GRAND OPENING At our NEW STORkE, on or before September 1st, 1882. Call and be convinced. GANS & KLEIN, 3Upper Front Street, BENTON, MON TAN A- . W M. H. TO D. Real Estate Agent, OFFERS FOR SALE ',two z Np14lredid lBllta's e-a Lots--with three buildings, on Marn StCret. near 3. G. Baker & Co.'s store. Price very reasonable. A~ Rsaidealncs.--good house two rt, enclosed with neat fente, ret-cla~s property, very cheap. .A Ita, mc a L.,ocatici-n-on th . T...

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. — 16 August 1882

yi ..: ·:lrýl iý S a "'AL Vol, IL ý ý j J. DONNELLY, Attorney atLaw. Record ihiiu?±ung, Fort Ml. T. Willi practice in all the Conrts. Prompt attention ye":! io all liu~iIec . ________ 92 rio. W. TA~TTN Attbrney at Law, BENTON, M. T. Gt~ice at County Clerk's Clcm, 'Court. Rouse! C3NYEYAXCTNGr, A SPECIALTY. `MAX 7AsTTll-MA4 A\II. G. MCINTRE.I S&Mcl !NTIRE, WATE~MAk Attrneys at LawM, Aet rn y at aw, mr:,; en ai! i ble Court s o r the Territory. Spe ciajl attention gli;' l to criminal practice. DE]ZTON, '.r. T. r P. P ROLE, A torncey and Cnun.3 for at Law, (AI 4eirwvt'c i 'lth S,1tekr . { COlen.) ? S. I)EPLITY IUNER AL SUrVI-YOR. 'f'l'l N.r"' "' cp('Y1' f (PC in grovrnlnent strIe CVti 9'. The I -i ' Hir ''i · Li '' 1 1` . (0th C ti ns. Iasi rS aice, M lii i1l!l,. I11,n' ( -tt a.'j iiad ail Iaad C..l) n):tatTI Ic d to. (~Er '~ &LYTL. ~t ~l~Ct3and Counselorm not Law, 1 BI' Tr ) r M. T. i tr."' ý ittll the Courts of the-Terri-tort'; buy, ftt a 'in 1 l) roIlliptly al'.endedI to. .f'...

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. — 16 August 1882

THE RIVER PRESS Term .......................... . 5.00 per Year :.'rit:S OF 'I"ITTIS : One C,)a.nII., 1 ar .....,......... ...........$lTa ' t , ...... .. .............. "l " ......................... 7t ""a'f Voll m t Ir, .. ........................... "(N " 0 t i ilit a ....... ...... ....... . t . ,"' .lo lil!. .... ....... ... .... 43) ( 'lla ie. !ll la~ , 1I yv'''. `.................. . ... S Fi itl tl , . .......... ...... Slihre ; incites, I y.,tr ................ ............. u a. otll-. . ..................... .... " . timi tlih-. ..... .............. t15 Pro .t.-1 ltal C ittt, I int t. I t .ar;.... .......... 1. I ?lar t- for i'r iit- :. lut l tv rlteiue a t;i ve 1 at tllic.. IRE2U-LLIOAN TERRITORiIAL CO:J VENTI.ON. The Reputli'a K ,f '' c:at ra are rel',1'"te d to -ei d del *gat. t- to a ItCl 1 cai 'LTrr t r at tonvy- lion lit h ', I a Bu to a itv o.ri ilh"' 13th day oft p enber, l-St. a' 1 *' 10 k a m , fir 'he p iri ,t) e fit li, lta ing it c; ndid toe ir Del F ate (a....

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. — 16 August 1882

LO)CA l NoT'L1S. Fr )mU Wednesday's Daily. It is probable that work on the new 1ch,_ol lhouse will begin this year. There is more building going on in Ickntfoi at this timie th~u ever be.ore in thel history of the town. The Nick Welsh iuilding z-ill be re fitcd in fine style, and in a short time (1. M. M. Iunning will open o,"t there with a: largc sV,ek of jewelry, etc. Spencer & Co., the enterprising mer ch!ants of White Sulphur Sprin.s, will load over $3.00i worth of hardware this wc,( k firorm WVacker.in & Co.'s. The delegates to the republican county c(veiLcuitioni elected at Sun River lust Saturday are O. H. Churchill, Wni. Mul eahy °,nd .R. P. Walker, all good men. Charley Merrill went out to Dave Morrow's, on the Shonkin, yesterday evenini. to make arrangements for putt inr up an addition to Mr. M.'s residence. The Areco, rd man says we are a pilgrim. The charge is doubtless true, Lnd a grievouU one it is. But there is a pal iiatiivg circumnstance that we hope the ole...

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. — 16 August 1882

THE RIVER PRESS COLLINS & STEVENS, A l' letters and con r.ounic'tionM c..ntaflnin ln atter in tended for ~publiiation in. this Jpaper. should be addreused to "Tie Iticr 1r ' s," ai; d the name of the writer mwust be given to ina r.c atLeation. ,,a1l arLcert'i. em c nts itill be in&se;-ted in these coluhmn. (t ' ,ate f. i,,r cetitt. per line .,rmntrans. ient and ten c''i s .' " r.'ft . re)#'Itar adverti,:(rr- . " WLD)NLSIsA1Y, AUGU'ST lc, 15S2. vwill 1te heli in itis ('it y next Saturday , t\. N:iixn oN Vii-' h Di enoiats i1 ;shotau cotyii i3 not eqiuialeU 0 to 5ttol1 :}t "',Y. Iln :al y ti 7f S u.:rt la rals it W il .ap,)p.o.. ting CiiiV and on the s". ore ( .,ilf .l; , .'iltifl' II 1CCOl-! ,e , l i. ll een urcaking out uU0 :j ihe ierritorv. ,;b: j oil tio ! :-.e i n, tkgsl a ,: tile sIoon ioe r V'0uInt te-rii an e~fot to c: heck init it, wil be ,taken f ro iira to lv hil V 1w o >*_h( t'itŽ. 12& I oi't 0 rla f it ' ... .. d t 'i i>i : I s ot theli.'. op mzlon!i :,t...

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. — 16 August 1882

LOCAL NOTES. Fr'um' Saturday';; Daily. ~everanwc & Co.'s tennis will arrive c ro-d(v 1Ywithl I1!,t{)Ut SO,VM() pounds of wool. 9 ,-)1 ncci and : tchisoon's teamnns brought in tLtr r i)tof oo ve'terIdav for (lo: C O, 11,1" f"p1 tinli.c ill his lifa Jiohn a4(l Ia-ill '11p. loothache, T ..{ e' 1 th a e.tti (1.i'1' _ I. i(' m ause. ýr ..':··I:;.~.-#(aaV_. H reports the .viii +,k'puc Ii plaec un V .r a. ,`j " 11 ýý . " ý E-i l ¬11"v `'i) 715 to bý.e j.. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i . :F( th 'n- pu 1~ C. t tý, .._'.W! :el ý:* t" 114 :I t 'ý II t1 'I FaiaiU'cl~iii l:~ite JUtltgh p 1 IE t b ; i, '4111 >l t jil t_ ' ti a.'e 111 ~101, it til ha h u ith ', ro cb0 (1, { \ J * 41 !_ } , iý`'1I l'} 11 1 P .j uvi El'C1 a 'i . 1 l' \\ 1''1('11A .. i~ Y: Fe ' 1 -o `.1 i ~ I 4t( '1.11 [l':~l 'i( '''' i V~i ta i, 11'.,`': 1 1'!{4 lt .l. a 1 11 ~ l .i(i. lbl ½d\ý` _'jt .tit:4.. > 1 O1'('d I l '¼e . týe (I 1'ce Ill i Sa) rIi ,~ 1 Ei il:`!ý1ilý.E)t'N iiii e{ IIIIlife p \: 11 lift V·t;ii·.· ia f~l .. 0 l~oi · i~...

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. — 16 August 1882

8TAGE ROBBERY. Ro L, Agents Go Through a Wood River Co. a, and Get Away With $a 000 in Money and JeweLry. On last Monday,( July 31), the Utah, Idaho & Oregtn Stage company's stage was robbed at a point twenty-two miles north of Kelton. The stage at the time contained seven men and one L1dy, all cn their way in from Wood River. Tak ins the time of day, between 4 and 6 p. in., and the cool mnnner in which the robbery was conducted, and it is oure of the boldest we have ever heard of. From persons who were on the stage at the time we learn the following paIticulars: Besides the passengers, the coach was well loaded with baggage. While pass in , a point where there is a dense mass of cedar trees, and just as the road be gini to ascend a hill, a in an with revol ver in hand came out fro.n the brush tnd cried out, "STOP THAT C).ACH." The driver began to look around to seea whence came the noise, when the robber said: "Are you going to stop that coach be fore I shoot?" The driver answe...

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. — 16 August 1882

CAPT. KELLOGG CAPTURES CRESS. And After Dirarmixig Them and Recover iug itoeem Horses, Lets Them Go L1.;1 a Warnng to H e to the Lii&tiLjh Posse.sio .s. ' reior1t hels been'1 ree ived at depart . Iltog r, Ei::1ýhnl rý iIt antry. givinl . in , t. ii on .cunt of his op r,.ti. n. in he MI I E iver' valley against hlie Crt e i : iA i;r. es who had cotnie ;roin the B: l'W On A aamts we E )) i;( h!unitinl 1,Ufah&o) .nl 1 ieulin ; hii(r'ses this .;; i,;, ii te lii.e TUlner (lte o the : th n.;., (JCapt. Ke:1Iogg stat te that he is en (ga.if d r \iedi tie iL.;(die, in the ::,Iot b;. ii of Milk liver, about 121 ,i1i2 fromI'i1 F, rt Ast imaboin. The filst fo()U' dLiyy:" of the iitarlih weie sovere (Ii he( i, ,ntr'v, o,''ilI. to tohe etMxces.-i'e i:' ;E., tha_' t m.ml2! t er)IlilCt'i i' r I..n4intg lioln 91 ;., !:i c ~ i i' I, sha. On'y two ,!t ii, Wi.W~i = Y.i', oi' Ithi COTHI( pilly Wv ctIe .,ioiM!;sl:: ;eblteCd by the heat. -andl tlhey' re i',ridlly ecovri,. A lew initrud i, ii, u: w...

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. — 16 August 1882

THE UPPER MISSOURI. A REASONABLE PROPOSITION IN REFERENCE TO ITS NAVI GATICN. A Small Steamer to be Launched on the Upper River in a Few Days. At lsI t;t 1tiwjc LiC~llt ]l;!1i 100 ell illn,'%lg r atedl t(11 I jati ; elite upper' I ti-ounri river (iaII'.'Cl 1i ' j( J 1t: . e1te. ' lV4-4 Ias het -1 I blil IilC'1 ' at F 'S I"ii'. a . 1V. weaii a lthV y w YXorker.i v(a'it to Mr. T\tcl=tc'e and l a. tWel b(p l1l4V 'Ii `Iset- IIiti Othe up e rivt I-Wlieii t.', tthat S'iic· tililc 1i lCC flI' Na x 0 t ..i VIC4V1 0 P Olt'(' V'll iR MY 1*1 Ot)l,)i)O ()iI\!. _., .._ St'd ell l1usiv I'.'4I Sl)('Cill ,lw Agr ijtoh 4 vniid ILL 14 14il; 4it 1.~ 1 th ot Oii (Ail' A'Cy; te 1li'st St~ t ('airir (i t1 ilme rivper. - ' 'iby ale il i: a SI0Y 1 0011- . ill 0? 1O'"' (Ill 01 XiIIt ýt e i ptheiife l s I i cX [( t Ii :7)4 l he ?~tl hav 1)0£'''d' t ~'-''IWi II-~'.. ie!ei OWN hrry Ad the hils. I l"4'tt('li 11t )WC ee 1,w yV tut1( 411 ie 1iiit o1.1' I :iiii7" (p44 la r r 'ive 111 I1 V( .,'~:r· 4 ''1 %PU(d have...

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