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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 6 September 1882

LOCAL NOTES. Vroni atarday" 7 Daily. Rieports from the upper Shonkin are to the effect that the grain is turning out well. 1). . Browne's teamis arrived yester ,ay 'froi Fort. Macleod and will load for I lclnu. iAnother good democrat cards the plub li" this morning, repudiating the secret canll(u , " re horse '' and all. I con 1H,,isseaat and Frank Birrow's teaalIs pulledl ilt for Helena yesterday Iiled l for' mnerchlants at the capital. Medtlicinc Hat is definitely fixed as the !ulace where the C. P. Railway will I-ru,..-. 'eoleare flocking to that place, i;,r the n;ort part froml Winnipeg.-Fort .Joli lilqpord, one of the ranchlnen in the Missouri below Benton, finished tllrcshling yester'day. He had 700 bush cls of oats, a better return than he antici lUId '1 lthis dry season. P'artics having coal and woo(I for sale ,an (lispose of them by applying to Mr. Hlarry Hlingwalld. He is prepared to contract for a sufficient quantity to run thte' new hotel this winter. Edl. Smith's bull t...

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. — 6 September 1882

THE RIVER PRESS Terms,.....................$5.00 per Year i.RATES OF ,'lI'ERTIS,~,: One Coolumn,1 ra.t ................................ l . h i ........ ........ ............ 1141 HBaf CEolumrn, t ear.............................. 100 "* " mi i tis .......... ....... ....... 75 ." : " .............. ....... . 40 One-Third Column, I year............. ...... SO 6 mol thw ........... ...... 4. :3 monltth- ................... ufa.rter tllumn, 1 year............ .............. " 6 ino, s h ... ......... ..... 4... " s mn nn h. ................... ..... S Thrc!e inc : r . .......................... . ........... S ' m or oth- ..... ... ............. .... .2 P " -ofmrn l C. . h.. ...... 1 e.................. 15 Raie. for rI'`Eu ent I-vcru'.ieenrt- give. at office. tr{:AL estate in candicdate row is look ing ulp. "W\'HoM the gods would destroy they 1irst make u:d. ' THErr "grey horse" is losing speed, even i; the first quarter. CHIOTE:AU county doesn't need a boss. He ought to be retired. T...

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. — 6 September 1882

INDIAN TROUBLES FEARED. What a Prominent Stockman of the Teton Has to Say of Major Young. The R.IVER PRFSS has heretofore been inclined to give Major Young, Indian agent at the Blackfoot agency, the benefit of the doubt in reference to the various charges made against him, and believe that he is more sinned against than sin ning. But there is unquestionably a strong feeling agains.hbiln on the part of the stockmen, at least such is the repre sentation madce to us by one of the most prominent cattle owners of the upper Teton. At this time matters are assuming a dangerous phase at the agency. The annuitle~ for the Indians have been cut down, and as they were poorly enough fed before they will now be reduced to starvation rations. But the average In dian will not starve while there are "cattle on a thousand hills" about himl and the result will be a general onslaught on the herds in that section, or, if steps are taken to prevent this to sonie extent, a general uprising of the Indians....

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 6 September 1882

LEAVING THE AGENCY. A Great Number of Piegans Leave the Agency to Rustle for Themselves -What may Result from the Starvation Policy qt' the Government. I n confirmation of what the RIvER PRESS had to say on the subject we quote the following ' from the Independent in regard to the Indian troubles at Black foot agency: We are informed that about three fourths of the Piegan Indians of Black foot agency, under Major Young, have left the agency and are out rustling for themselves. The total number of In dians belonging at the agency is about 2,000, and there are now only about 500 there. One cause of this move on the part of the Indians was that they gained the impression that their arms were to be taken away from them, and when troops were stationed on Birch creek, sonme twelve gmiles distant from the agency, the majority of the Indians left. This occurred some three or four weeks ago. A startling rumor at the same time gained currency in the tribe tha the rigorous Fort Baker method of...

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. — 13 September 1882

S. It. Be n, M tnan sdY, tem v 3 18 . N AN INTERESTING PAPER. Extralta from the Annual Report of the Surveyor General 'of Montan for the Fiscal Year Ending Juni 30, 1888. The number ~ of tuineral surveys ex amined and approved duringthe fiscal year was 227, and during the same per iod 222 orders for the survey of mineral claims were issued, the amount deposit ed thereon, for offlee work, i eing $6,575. Two hundred and thirty-four thousand one hundred acres of the public .hnds have been sub-divided. With regard to the general features of business and the outlook for the mnar and varied industries of Montana a vol unme might be written. but I will con fine myysel f to a brief strtement of f'acts. lBy the most conservative the population of Montana is estinmated at 55,000, and the incrase, during the past.two years is almost wholly in the producing classes, nrlny agriculturalists being attracted to the eastern portion of the Territory by the progres. of the Northern Pacific road ,.nd t...

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. — 13 September 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. Terms, .......................... $5.00 per Yeas [RATES OF AliFETISlI : One Column, 1 vear ...............................$17 " 6 months........... ............... 1{K Half Column, 1 year .............................. 10 '" 6 months .......... ...... ....... 7t ." " .. ..*.......... ... .. .. 44. One-Third Column, I year.r.................... 8C " 6 months ........... -..., .. A " 3 months n h........... ....... 3 Quarter Column, 1 y ear........................... 7 t C 6 months.. ........... ....... 4. " 3 mouaho ...................... SC Three inches, 1 year .............................. 50 6 months ............ ....... ...... " 3 months..... ..................... Profeeesional Cards, 1 inch, 1 year ................. I. Rates for Transient Advertisements given at office. THE caucus ticket is the way it is usually referred to. MAGINNIS made the Missouri river to run past our town. A VOTE for E. R. Clingan is a vote against one man power. THE next democratic terri...

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. — 13 September 1882

UNAU MEIcI AND DEFELNSELELSS. Calitornis Girls Dying For Fun. A not her one of these annoying sleep itg car mistakes occurred on the Union Pacific the other night. In the car were twwo young California girls, two kiln lried old maids and a Montana miner, \Vinri the berths were made up at night .1(' t.wo old maids had a. double berth i~,Ni) I, the Montana miner, and on the ,lpt)osite side of the aisle were the two ('aiftornia girls, dying to have some fun. (n,, of t !1ec old maids retired moderate iv (arly. but the other one kept flitting ,,Ulc.1 :ul !'orth between her berth and t. d re,'..-:il.,.g r),oom until everybody got )l. .'iiatly ~l~e went !o the dressing n,, with iher tooth brush, and after ,.rii. h lier teeth pretty thoroughly, i., ca .ie. back tot retire. In order to ;voidt :itiv c'r)er lshie had pinned a piece ,; e'ir ,t the curtain of her berth, 'vyol,oib 1,it'ce of paper one of the Califor !,ini, aifils had changed to the curtain -, ,ib. c')lonlceaced the Monttana rmine...

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. — 13 September 1882

Ti HE RIVER PRESS. tCOLLINS & S TEVENS, A tl letters and communicitiona Co ntaginir martter- in, teinded for publication in this paper. :-huld be ,ddresned to ` The Rieer Pr eF.." and the namne of the writer rust be :fiken to insure attention. iAcal Wvirertirslnents tcill be .nserted in these columns a' the rate of fifteen cents per line from transient and t it cents per line from regular adertisere. WEDNESDAY, EEPTEI3BE 13,.1 82. CHOTEAU COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. (OUN'IL.... ..........._). .0. 11. CURCHILL. HO:USE ...................................... ...JERE SULLI VAN, H. G.. MCINTIRE. ?IIERIT F' ................. .... WM. ROWE. PR1-OBATE JUDGE...........E. R. CLINGAN. 'CLFRK . SND RECORDER...... H. B. HILL. ASSESSOR ..... ........DAVID G. BROWNE. TREASURER .............. C. ROOSEVELT. CoiMM ISSI(ONER............ WM. MULCAHY. PT. 'SCHcK)LS... .....(GE. D. PATTERSON. BURltVE.:Y,.OR ............CIAS. (. GRIFFITH. C(,RONEr.......................... L. KELLY. BENT ON TOWNSHIP. JI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 13 September 1882

Yromn Saturd.ý&ý'" D lily The p)iaatcring of the new hotel was conmpletcd yesterday. Frank P.,meroy is reported by his phly ician very low of typhoid fever. O()n of the children of John Gal breathl, (I the Teton, is dangerously ill. The coutnty commnissioners will meet fir the tr:ansaction of business on the ' tii ihst. Henry Neehoffs teams are at the Marias on their way to Benton, loaded with coal. T. E. Collins is the member of the ter rtoridl dcmIlocrat ic central ummnnittee fron't (hoteau county. Andy C ummings, recently quite ill in Benton, has gone down the river, ex prcetin'r to spend the winter at his home in Ohio. ( lark Tingley is in regular and faith `.'!l ittendlance at court. We understand that he 0rotellplates seeking admission Io the bar. The vigilant reporter almost over looked the fact that a te n pound girl was bi,o'n to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bain, in this city, day before yesterday. Th-, physiecians report several cases of typhoid ievcr in the city. This is per h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 13 September 1882

RESULT OF THE ROW, Forty Odd Delegates Obstin ately Refuse to Acquiesce in the Nomination. The Withdrawal of Disgusted and Indignant Democrats. Maginnis Accepts the Empty Honor Tendered by a Divided Party. (Specials to the Herald.. BUTTE, Sept. 5.-Under the extreme pressure brought to bear by the conven tion at the 8 o'clock p. m. session yester day, NWoolfolk was forced to decline, who thereupon nominated Maginnis and asked that he be declared the nominee by acclamation. By vigorous obstruction of the minority this was prevented, and amid much confusion and excitement the convention adjourned at 11 o'clock p. m. The "boss" is on the ground and has the medicine prepared for this morn ing at 10 o'clock. BUTTE, Sept. 5.-On the assembling this morning of the convention, an effort was made to place Stapleton before the convention, but it was ruled out of order. After an hour of exciting filibustering a motion to suspend the rules and declare Maginnis nominated by acclamation re sulted i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 13 September 1882

IOCOAL NOTES. Yrom Weidnceday's Daily. Jamcs McDonald killed five buffilo on (Attenwoodl day before yesterday. William Rowe and Howell Harris yesterday purchased Crook's entire brand of horses, 165 in number. William Mulcahy, the republican can didate for commissioner, is building one of the finest houses in the Sun river val ley, which he expects to have completed in a short time. Mr. M. is yet a bachelor but the indications clearly point to the fact that he will not continue as such very long. While workmen were engaged yester day in tearing down the old building adjoining Bryer's barber shop, the roof of the latter building fell in and created havoc in the shop, damaging to the amount of probably $200. Bryer has moved out and the building will be torn away and replaced at once by Rowe lBro~. with a line two story brick, ad joining the Masonic temple. ]ryer has Rased the Front street room of the Ben topn hotel. "Io-llo! old sport! What is the mat tier with you?" "Oh, I anm all bro...

Publication Title: River Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 13 September 1882

District Court. The case of Bradbury against Wetzel was the only one tried in the district court on Friday, and it excited consid erable interest. The plaintiff, Brad bury, was in the employ of the Martins dale stage company several months in the capacity of horseshoer, which com pany, he alleges, is indebted to him $378.75 for wages.' The suit was brought against Mr. Wetzel. as agent, for this sum, it being alleged that the latter be oame personally responsible. This alle gation Wetsel denied, claiming that he only acted as agent for the company, and was in no wise responsible for the debts. The evidence pro and con was submitted to the jury, which retired about four o'clock and soon afterward returned a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of $376. Mr. Wetzel will appeal the caseto the supreme court. Saturday morning the court was oc cupied principally in hearing and deter mining motions, etc., after which the familiar case of Herman vs. Mee was called up. This is a suit brought b...

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. — 20 September 1882

HE IVER PRESS. V0l. It. .._ Beaton, Montana, Wednesday, September 20. I .8 ,. No, 48 V al It _ _ n m " m mmm n m , rmm.mm ..a U. S, Deputy MInierI surveyor, BDiETON, MONTANA, wl. n hcr 1ttee " ra s pR e IerieOce in Moatasa. All iierr Left wttk J.ha W. Tattan "r at the CGenteaald r w ill eca ai prompt attentao . W. CALDWELL, S&Asesayer, Clendenin, M. T ; r. _,~,.: to d ay tghe.atrket price for cro'. j. DONNELLY, Attorney at Law. 1Rcortrd Iluildin-, Pert Bantoin X. T. I ; xtice *{- all the C ourts. P!F mpt atteitic, n ::TER~BAN & MclNTIRE, Attorneys at Law, 1, . :: o,; i( .i( ur of t ih T. O:lIll. e y. p SENTOn . ~i 'r a u.MII 1 rdT . , ,,. ROLFE, hAttorney and CounseLior at Law, >4?At *i 4i 4'rtjIfd EL4: (C esn.) . t a,',. 7' 'i^li tio si , lauran "; 't ' : in, ij; , + ,_,] t i: :+i R[ u s'1t'i h' tteItlnd(ed to. :NYT'ON. M. T. ,I L. LLYTLX'. T l"rr- & L YTLE, At.'tcrtneV aand CotYuselors at Lamtv , &7 . 3 i t ihe (iOUr. of ,lie Tl.'erit.ry; , u , : 'f : , . Jt- 1i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 20 September 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. Terms,................... ...... 5.00 per Year RATES OF AlVERTISAC : One Coiumn, I ac .....a.........................5175 h mouth- ........... ... ............ 100 .. .. . . . . ........................... 75 H lf C1 olumn, 1 ear .................. ........ 100( 6 6f me i, ld .......... ....... ...... 75 3' . " ................ ....... 40 One-Thid ('olumn, I year. .................. ... 80 6 mouths ................ 45 3 molth- ................. 30 quarte:r oiumn, 1 year ........................... 75 6 inonthe ... .................. 40 " 5 itln h ....................... 30 flren. inchc., I yeur ............................ 50 " h i olths ........................... 30 " h miohith. ................... ......... 0 Prot f- iE. nal C id . I in, h. 1 year................ 15 Hate.- for T'ra.uitent Advertaxemenurt ,;'VCe at office. As Maine goes so goes the Union. THEi: big star route thieves go Scott free as might have been expected. THE election, so iar thiu year have be...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 20 September 1882

TRE NATTONAL PARK. ti 12 'The Plan to be Parsuedi by the Lessees tl in Impr,,v)'g the Park o for Visitors. 5 WAszIN(ThO`N, Sept. 2--The project to erect hotels and provide other acceommo dations for visitors to the Yellowstone f Park promniise to be a grand success. d The kcsees of the parcels of land within the park, to be used for the purpose, will t prxeewd at an early day to organize a compiany to carry into effect the stipula tion in the wontract executed yesterd~ y. A number of parties are interested in the scheme. Rufus Hatch of New York althoigh not one of the parties on the t contract with government, will vepre- I sent one class of interests and will oc- t culy a very prominent place in the com pany. C. T. Hobart of Fargo, and H. F. I)ughlas of Fort Yates, the contrac tort, with the government, will each rep rccvnt certain interests. The nauies of Itheir C;laociates in the compul y have ;nt yet lb(n agreed upon. A mevtinyg o. p, litiies inierested will he held some ti ; ,h...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 20 September 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. TermS, ................ .....$5.00 per Year COLLINS & S TEVENS, Puablishýertý All letters wail rcoxnunieation~ con2tafninig matter in .:,adtd for utmbliation 'in th.is paper. should be addreascd to "The Ri,',r Pries," and the name of the writer mut. fe rittvn to tiraue akmntion. Local advertierents will be inserted in these columns at the rate (if fiftenz cent.s per line .fr'm transient and ten rent.. per lin.e j.fkcn rerqidar advertisers. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1582. CHOTEAU COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. J)ELEG ATE TO CONGRESS, A.\LEXANDER C. BOTKIN. )IsTISICT ATTORNEY, MAX WATERMAN. COUNCIL.................(.). I. CIIURCInILL. .H OU SE .............. .................... . ........ ...JERE SULLIVAN, II. G. MCINTIRE. SH ERI F. ..........................VM. ROWE. PROBATE JUDGE.........E. R. CLINGAN. (ILFRK ANI) RECORDER......H.. B. HILL. ASSESSOR ................DAVID G. BROWNE. TREASURER...............F. C. ROOSEVELT. COMMISSIONER, .E.............WM. MULCAHY. SUP...

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. — 20 September 1882

LOCAL] NOTES. From 5aturday's Daily. (Gans & Klein will have their grand opening in their new building on Mon lday, September 25. T he miining and smeltiug comlrpany at larker has leased the celebrated Joe Mceks lode, and will at once put on a considerable force of men to work it. WVilliam Rowe yesterday sold his flue telam (,f roa(lst'rs to Harris & Strong, who have mated them with other horses, thus giving them two additional livery teams, and ais fine as the territory iffiords. I)r. Smith, who will teach the school at Old Agency the ensuing year, and at the same time practice his profession, has been in Benton the past few days, and yesterday morning left for Sun River. We arc glad to report that John Gal braith has found his horses, the span he supposed were stolen from Eight Mile Springs. They were found beyond the Twenty-eight Mile Springs, not far from the road, and it is supposed they were taken by some tramps and ridden that distance. Madame Cappiani is a heavy iose...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 20 September 1882

POOR RATIONS AID BESULTS. Lieut. Hannay, Unite& States Army, Tells of the Troubles wa th the Piegans and Blaokteet Feflowing the Be duction*f YFood Issues. The following report of Lieut. John W. Hannay Ia regard to the threatening attitude of the Piegans and Blackfeet, and the situation at the agency, will be read with interest in this section. The danger of an uprising seems to be greater than is apprehended, as the brain of a starved redskin is a veritable devil's workshop. But even if the settler is spared, his herds will not be, and un less the government deals more liberally with these Indians it will not be profit able to have.cattle on a thousand hills in Northern Choteau county. Lieut. Han nay reports as follows on the subjeqt: Lieut. Hannay arrived at the agency on the 14th of August, his object being especially to ascertain what reduction in the rations has actually been made, the feeling of the Indians in regard to it and the probability of an outbreak. And first a wo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 20 September 1882

L()CAL. NoTE;S. From Wednesday'ti Daily. { 1ackerlin's new store begins to look nice. Dick Stanton brought in a load of oats from his ranch on the Shonkin yester ,lay. Paris Gibson & Son yesterday sold sixtet n nmerino rants to Bayliss & Huy, of the Basin. Toney Moseberger was tiiled tens dol liars yesterday for being tardy at jury call 5oric T;fw minilutes. FP iellds & Neehoff's teams arrived yes teri:ay evening from Fort Macleod. They are loaded wit coal from the Whoop Up mine. Johnny Tingley found a dark purse, diay be:ore yesterday, containing a small arnount o ' ltmoey. 'The owner can secure :tmne by calling at this office. _). (U. Browne & Co. are building a hius: at the ferry boat landing on the th .r side of' the river for the accommo ,lation of the public in cold and dis agrt cable weather. Three of the best suits of rooms in the Benton hotel have already been engaged for a year, and parties are negotiating for others. The hotel bids fair to start off under ...

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. — 20 September 1882

A BEXANDER C. BOTKIN, EI the Namne of the Next Delegate to Congrest s front Mon Max.. Waterman, of Benton, Nomin ated for District Attorney. tj.:ia% Ii patZc to tie DaIly Riwer Pars. U13vrrT Sept. 13, 1881. iTh cxns vout1on K met at eleven o'clock and pe4lrfc-taed a tlul.mory organisation by the election of Alex. H. Beattie, of IewL and Clarke county, president; J. E. Stevens, of Chotcau, secretary, and J. I . latdhaway, of Gallatin, assistant see Srtary. The various committees were ipporotild aand the convention adjourned until thr'.: o'cock. Reassembling, the oomlmittcc on p ermranent organization reported tnhe following ofieers of the con vcntion : P'residcuat, Ilon. H. Knowlee, of ilvter lwowv county; vice-presidents, T. M. Pomeroy, of Mis.oula, and W. W. Alderson, of (illatir; s.cretary, J. E. Stevens, of Chot.au; a.s tiant secretary, Tpom B. Warren, of Jefferson. The first ballot for delegate resulted: ;le. C. Hotkin, Vii; Tom C. Power, `-. '¶he nomination of l otkia was made ...

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