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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 27 September 1882

• IL 1Ebpntý Monirm t, .Wedn y ...... : ?,S ýpt inbeýra 27,. 188 2. f B( : JOHN M. MARSH, U. 8. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, BENTON, MONTANA. Has had fifteen years' experience in Montana. All orders left with John W. Tattan or at the Centennial hotel will receive prompt attention. J W. CALDWELL, Assayer, Clendenin, M. T is prepared to pay the market price for ores.' J J. DONNELLY, Attorney at Law. Record Building, Fort Benton M. T. Will practice in all the Courts. Prompt attention given to all business. MAx WATRMxAN A1. G. MoINTrzE. WATERMAN & MoINTIRE, Attorneys at Law, Wii. practice in all the Courts of the Territory. Spe cial attention given to criminal practice. BENTON, M. T. H P. ROLFE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, (Associated weith Sanders & Cullen.) U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. Ten years' experience in government surveying. The btet instruments used. Collections, Insurance, Min ing, Homestead and all land claims attended to. BEjNTON. M. T. W, B. SRTTLE. C. L. LYTLE. S...

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. — 27 September 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. Trm..... .............. ......$5.00 per Year IATYS A IPUBTISIliG: One es .. .m" ............................... _ « 5ar ......... . ** * - 75 " S mo, .......................... Smon.. ....... .... ... .. ...... 75 B d .aaman I e .............................. SS mnt. s ...................... ... Oa o4l,1ar.. .................... T8, , OIwea t~ i ............. ...... 4 " a months ............... ......... y oetw ... 50............S E *meate s .......................... 95 • . Is 1 o nur. .. ..................... U •~~P r Sm "ot hil........................... 35 Pro tesol Caida, 1 inc. 1 year ............... It Rateo tar Trasitent Advertisements given at office. THE soratching brigade this year will do good work at the polls. ERINEST L. CAMPBELL, is the republi can nominee for governor of Colorado. HON. J.. B. BELFORD has been renom inated for congress by the republicans of Colorado. THE democrats usually achieve some victories off years, but 1882 seems to be an excep...

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. — 27 September 1882

)4j4 C IYL_ __ Tam DIAMOND WIDOW. The Second Marriage of the RHroine*ofthe Diamond Wedding. anddmennd Claronce Btedman's Poem. Mme. Frances Amelia Bartlett-Ovideo whose diamond wedding with Don Fat eban Sancta Cruz Oviedo in 1859 caused a s(ceial sensation, was married T'uesd, ay morning in Trinity church, New York :1 j .l",. t,' , n * ,, the M exi can army. The bride ha:, lived in Ha .n i., niai y t wenty years, having ni.e' there after her marriage in 18;9. 'i'lhe laSt year silc has spent at the Park '\· n;l hIoel. In that time she has S: iai on!v ,le trip to Havana and cn ! ..r t 1'r plº sage to this eily is said to h.tv' ni:tl(' the aequa int Ine of her pres :t hi b~,!nd. M rs. Von tlum.er, who is iorty-thlree years of age. has -till a large landed property in Cuba. left her by her tir.,t husband. Her parents are 4ie-ld, and she has no children. Col. Von (;lumer left Geruiany in his youth and came to America; he served in the Con ederale army, and finally entered the Mexio:rn ar...

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. — 27 September 1882

tVR~ ' Tim RIVER K MtS. u ' Terms .......................S00. per Year COLLINS & STEVENS, AlU letters and communications containing matter in. tended for publication in this paper. should be nddresed to "'The River Press," and the name of the writer musa be given to insure attention. Local advertisements will be inserted in these oleume. at the rate of Afteen cents per line .from transient and ten vents per line frrmn regular advertisers. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1S82. CHOTEAU COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. DELEGATE TO CONGRESS, AIEXANDER C. BOTKIN. )IlSTRICT ATTORNEY, MAX WATERMAN. C'OUNCIL ...............0. H. CHURCHILL. HOUSE ........................................ ...JERE SULLIVAN, H. . MCINTIRE. SHI ERIFF. ....................V..VM. ROWE. PROBATE JUDGE..........E. It. CLINGAN. CLFRK AND RECORDER......H. B. HILL. ASSESSOR ............DAVID G. BROWNE. TREASUR ER...............F. C. ROOSEVELT. COMMISSIONER .............WM. MULCAHY. SUPT. SCHOOLS ...... GEO. D. PATTERSON. SURVEYOR ...

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. — 27 September 1882

aAll Vi]S jlv #Ra1raS1 LOCAL NOTES. From 8aturday'e Dailry. The Butte reached Rocky Point on the 19th. The Northern Pacific is within eighty five miles of Benson's, and moving along at tile rate of one-and-a-half miles a day. The Bl;isiarck Tribtwt sayrs it is re ported that the Northern Pacific branch from Billings to Benton will he built immnflelia tely. The wreck of the Rosebud is the first serious mishap the Coulson line has met with. having been otherwise unusually ,.UccQssful. The Benton (P) line, how ever, haIs been the luckiest of all this year. No news at all was received yesterday in reference to the sinking of the Rose bud. It is supposed the boat was on her trip down and consequently was lightly loaded. She had quite a number of cattle on board for T. C. Power & Bro., which were to have been delivered at Fort Berthold. The Rccord asks how much I}lVER P'itr S stock is worth. The fact that the full amount was readily subscribedl, with scarcely an effort on the part of ...

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. — 27 September 1882

7Bn3 9 VER R mRIIS - aG JE3r.. T.q Leader of a Band of Horns Thieves .,ad How He Conducts His Operations. A gentleman but recently from thi lower country, and who came in con tact with Big Jeff and his band on hi: way to Benton, ga.ve a RIVER PRESS rt porter soime pointers yt iterday in refer ence to that well known oiiK:,!w. J. with a band of plrobably. a dozen c(Il genial conmpanions are located at thll general cro-.sing of the 1Muselsihel where they have rather rude and tens -ral'a'ry actonulrl(odation.+l. for the;loelves but a large and very title cE"ori'l fbr tilii. I;oi'ses. Their LbuI.inles-, lure and¬.-iiil l" ts we are i tl oi (')r ,l, i- to1 St+el hior-esuall cit. t:, =e v= tIhem:t. 'l'ie Judith i zasini _Mu-,,elshell, Yellowstone and Miissouwt va leys are their tields of ojerataiion. andii the numterous reports of horst stealing in these valleys go to indicate that they are carrying on a large and prosperous business. W\hen they steal an ani.tul north of their rendezvous ...

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. — 27 September 1882

ii'UtI YalftER WI EP IO.CAI. NOTES. From WedntWsdar' Daily. Oi UW'e iath inst. a daughter was bhor to the wiae of the lute Nick Welsh, this city. We.:: I;-·;y t, see that Boss Tattan had r.n ',ot,cUn letter"' in laMt night's ReJord. R. W. .1uckhu.,nd, of Highwood, is about t b.egin the erection of a new resi dence. IR W. .ucklland, of Highwood, has just in :.':: ,' i:a ig, and h .. good yield o!f grn.i Pete t3mii, a b; :y uilding tw9.mack inaw tf'r W:- i'ker & Donavan, the Mis suri river traderm. Mr'.. !K:,- :, c'f f-;,,i River, who was bro.wiIt io . e,! :a ,u Lito ick soruodays ago, is imuprovinr rapidly. The ..i ile ,it c i,: been movied one door below i' -~ in r 1(h2cation;,into the rooml !6t'4 2g16,w by the RIVIER Joe C(Xniad ri tiu;.. : aturday from a trip ot. severai weei.k. down the river, where he w&a looking alter th.bfreight of I. G. lBker & Co. The fiv iior.se.1 and four mules, be longing to the govei nmient, stolen trom the Cot.l BUnriki, have not yet n rep o...

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. — 27 September 1882

RAND OPEING!RAND PENNG! AT Having removed to our new and spacious Store Rooma two doors above our old stand, we would respectfully ask our old patrons and the general public to call and e xamin our goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere: Our stock in all departments is complete. We have the largest and best assorted stock of i U. l il!i il r Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Blankets and Quilts, Trunks and Valises, Rubber Goods, and all Goods for Mpens, Boys and Children's wear that can be found in the territory. N GOODS ARITVING DWoILY WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED PER EXPRESS A NEW AND ELECANT LINE OF reP oy Wor·dte an Caassizere Siits, Ove.roats, Ulsters, Ulrsterettes, to., so., ato. Complete line of Neck-wear, Hosier , Underwear, White and Fancy Dress Shrts, Collars and Cuffs, ilk Handkerchiefs, etc. etc. OUR OU R ORUR t and Shoe Departm e nt at Department I. s eope ieever particular. Ca t be beat. S.y .. k ML . ","-..-K L tI. 3 • : , 5 .. .... A t : 'ý :X 'kGc ý '...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 4 October 1882

' . .. ,, ý . 4. ., ., r. r - .. , . ... < .:. . . .. i. ý. . . ... .. _ .,., ý . -. +- ' , .-- ýs+ m w , . , - . . a L. .... ,ýd - ý.s ý oa.wr ý ý ..M _ :L e . * ..ý a - " .. . ..ý . . . . ... ," THE 4RiV fIKPRESS. 50 " . o ýotaLna, W_ te 0 b-1. " OI ... , , .. >. .,,- .i "" ' ,. . .. . ... .. . .. .. OHN M. M. ARSH, ' U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, Sf,. NT'~., :MIONTANA. HIT. I <1' fil ere y. '-`' e.:perience in Montac a. A; d "- left witl ' ll4oh W. r i.tta., ,r at ttl:: C ntrlt3 ni 1t ". ,w re eive €v prot ..t tention. W. CALDWELL. Assayer, Clendenin, M. T i _p-epaV1(r to p,' the ' m 1;). " i ' ice for ( re<. j %9, DOaNNEELLY, Attorney at Law. Record iiui:niu;, Fort Boutot, M. T. Vit, pne.tict In all the Courte. Prompt. attentiol' ;t W a, WA EsIA U. G. MuLNTLE. WATERMAN & MclNTIRE, N Attorneys at Law. di 4i.ll pr e~tae in ae1 the Corts of the Territory. Spe- ir cal attc-ntion giv a to crimihal practice. Bg.NTON, M. T. H . ROLFE, ol Attorney and Counselor at Law, ...

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. — 4 October 1882

Terms, ......................... $5.00 per Year , --RATES OF ADVEiTISII4 : r ~c e tc olmn, l vear ...............................1T- - ,, 6 monthbe ... . .. .. ............ . 160 t6 8 ** .......................... - . Half C.olumn, 1 year ............. ........... 1-o " moths ........................ 75 .4 3 ................ ... .... 0 1 4.ne-Third Column, 1 year.... ........ ...... ..- So 6 monthe ..........- .... 45 S3months ..0....*... .. ... 305 q uarter Column, 1 ;year........................... 7 "ý 6 monthe .0 .......... 40 a month ................. .. . So r.ree inchbct, 1 year .............................. 0 6 months ........................... 0 1 "" 8 month ........................... 25 ProfteAviona) Cards, 1 inch, 1 year................. 15 fat." for Transaint Advertiuemente given at office. 'rILDEN hnay authoritively announced his retirement from politics. Two hundred appointments were made ill the pension office one day last week. AI John Kelly has been taken back to...

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. — 4 October 1882

'T, w,au s,-,li- V eushe h ghr w; Dedicated to- Our Mhule hbkiner ;o i';a - ie hi " act'l t or who --W cke}.hem. PLEN:T FOR T.HE PIcEtAN8. rr >-:r Flo. ,nd 21eef R'ation to be In c" .-.ased 25 Pa her. tent. The atiEti, of t'(he quttion of a l proba~ble outbreak of the Piegans unleoss their ration ,supply wa.sincreased has re sued in bringing the Indian commi sioner to t'hr , a_` will e seen from the following, wchich we 11nd in the Pi/.neer re tn o the +t0th i nst.: Informaton h; s been receiv thate tL- La f. h*'cS f.i~hf4t: hiub tF. the ommi--Woner of Indian afirs has. tr~cr~l:r ý:nw rd B~eef Ration to be In directed tha an in se of 25 per cent.r Cent. in th ai ratio.n of flour and betif be granted to athe outhek of the Piegan Indians un the Blackfeetss r thagency, in Nsupplythern Montana, in order suited in bringing the Indian commis sito remove all cause of complaint andfrom the followiavert any danger of an in the Piane-or t parte of thPiegans. The amount of appro-nst.: Infop...

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. — 4 October 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. Terms,.........................$5.00 per Year COLLINS & S TEVENS, Pulis crs.. A i letters and comm.' itoi'.( cunta=nifngl matter in tended for publicatti? in t.ii parer nimtuld be * ddre.wed to "'I'he I.ner Pr x " aa4d the naem;e of the writer muet Local ad ter .'x .. t will bet. inerted in thexe colhtflmn at the rate qf jfrfce' ce'ntt por lii, .front trand ent and tenr nt s i"r l iii f" mn retular awvertserx. WEI)NED.AY, 0 Ti BER 4, 1532. CHOTEAU COUNTY R PUBLICAN TICKET. 1i EL.IxATr; TO (ONO IESS, A rT.E N-I)R C. BOTKIN. i)ISTRICT ATTORN'EY. MAX WATERMAN. Co'UN 'If ....... ......... O). H. CII'URCIII L. H O uSi: ......... ................................ ....JEI.RiE SULLIVAN, H. G. MCINTIRE. ..11 .:I..'U.................... . . .WM. RowE. P]rJOBA'TE UCDGEl.........E. R. CLINGAN. (.;' AN) .i!.., EIt...... HT. B. HILL. A .....O. ................ D)AVID . BnROWNE. rrREASl iR t.............. F. C. ROOSEVELT. C(O(MMISI(oN ER.............WM. MULCAHIY. S 'I'P. S.C'IO...

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. — 4 October 1882

LOCAL NOTE iS. lr m Saturday's Daily. Bob M in, of Rocky Point, has pur cha.ed a large lot of supplies of W. S. 11eýtzel. [ v{ry ?,oy who p.rlelihass a suit of S, . - t. y '-rs & Klein's is entitled to , ,ý. wh h. beensuf'e'i n ,,y .r ,,e tiC . , vv'. s"tappedl' . , , ,, ;:" nw a4.' t deal bett,:r. ( ' ial is a i'*ftq s 'u C. t "or con n:'' 131i1':l'ing. It is a ten 'y, ior ii t ei jahIt o'(clorc last, . i.'; ttailn (o f or teamsi ar v:i r ay ,dcd with lumber from ,,,, & Dexter's rill for I. G. Baker C ul'(r . scv erve( r rplpe' to, hi, 1 i '(v hlo., , :ms. cv, ning, the ti i:, : p.i:: ikn .i in the Pacific . h .e'', 'tlea~i iiCresher is now : . , 'lleit I 's, on \Vill¶w ('reek, and i I r:,* pwVr (hi rnher at ]foile'N, on " _. t wini1,i inflormn.4 u1, the trans s i,!.; been sent. for the Milk S -. on, aind that the boys are . . . Et.i ir pr;.,fented her l , ,i i L .e boy baby yetberday orf. .!', diad ; t the pr-; lt writir'g Joe i .} o ;. 5: ilaplpiesL mortaLis in Mon WVe a:...

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. — 4 October 1882

a co f, co .oLIT4N 1, K -... H. F. Doughlas Telln something of the I Plans of the Park Improvement Company, Whioh will have H tels Built for 1883. Henry F. Doughlas of Fort Yates. t Dak., and one of the prime movers in i the company which is to furnish tht I Yellowstone park with hotel and trans- I portation facilities, says no time will be I lost in making the most of the facilities t granted by the government, and already { saw mills and supplies have been pur chased and will be put up at once, so f that the company can take care of tour ists during the summer of 1833, when a very large number are expected from all over the world, the fame of the wonders I of the park having been sent abroad j more than over throughout the last year. Three hotels are to be put up at once, and the site of the largest has been fixed upon at the Mammoth spring. One of the others will probably be on Fire Hole river at Sheridan's geyser, known as Hell's Half Acre, this being the nearest reachable point...

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. — 4 October 1882

LOCAL NOTES. * yrom Wedu*eGVea Daily. It has been finally decided by the members of the Benton'hotel company to name the new hotel the Grand Union, by which title it will be henceforth known. W. H. Burgess yesterday circulated a paper for the purpose of obtaining assis tance for William Joyce, formerly of this place, who met with a serious accident a few days ago, reference to which has been made In these columns. We are *lad to say he met with gratifying sue ,.c..,e as the case is one that should ap e,,L1 to the sympathy of all. Ifay Bros., of Arrow Creek, crossed "; u, ,.lhelp on D. G. Browne & Co.'s ,'.ry day before yesterday, and yester dtay J. F. Patterson crossed at the same 1,lae `n)00i head additional. The first i,:l is destined for Arrow creek and the other for the Big Sag, and together they make quite an addition to the sheep therdt of Choteau county. Both bands were purchased in Deer Lodge county, ;and are a good grade and In excellent 4)condlition. Yrorn T'ureday's D...

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. — 4 October 1882

When Entries Can be eade and Other so acts of Interest in the Premises. - Judge Tattan says that aqpq Iar 1 10th, although it may be a tew days later, all the preliminary steps will have been k,nd will rea t coiVe fpdlo r the y the unti to the . hI that time, in accordance with the law on the subject, the probate judge will pub lish in both Benton papers a notice ofi the entry of the land in the local land 1 office, "requiring every claimant or claimants of any town lot or lots to file in the office of the probate jud4e a state ment of his or their claims within two months from date of the first publication of such notice." Application for lots may be made im mediately after the firbt publication of this notice in all the papers published in the town, but not before, and any time within two months after said first publi cation. Proof of such cai.m nAst be; made within the six months from and after the expiration of the notice men tioned. , In ca- there is a contest; thtqttest dol wi...

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. — 11 October 1882

___TER PRESS. Vol. II. Benton, Montana, Wednesday, Octobe: [ý[IL 4. ~0._5ýL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . JOH-N MI. MAARSH, U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, B iNTON, MONTANA. ftaF i'ad fitteen yetr ' experience in Montana. Al' order?- left wv'th John WV. T·ttih or at theCeDnteflfi-l I O& will re- eive prompt :tttnition. J W. CALOWELL, Assayer, Clendein, Ml . T F' Ii r pared to pay the malirket price for r re. J, J.. DONNELL-, Attorney at Law. IcaJrd BuildingZ Part BeLtto"ý 5. T. W'1iI pr ictice In all the Coiurts. Prompt attention elvcn to all bo itiei-.-- ; AA WbTCHPMAN (I. G. PI4olNTYII. "WATERMAN £ MeINTIRE, Attorneys at Lawv, -,cwt1 ,:.c l2 in &1 the Couut of the Territory., Spe cial a&ttitiVofn KiV n tI) cr imlital przLeCe. BENTON, M4. T. P. ROL.FE, tAttorney and Counselor at Law, {A siocte'd uwitF4 It t1r cer8 &t alt' m.4 U. 1. 6;,YtF"UTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. o i ý rj(* {'.':" er.ii·c{ i; 47 4venlmcll¶. iiytiw iyJ1. 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. — 11 October 1882

T IE RIVER PRESS. THE RIVER PRESS. Terms,... ....... ......$5.00 per Year . r.T.. ... S OF' AIlF ERTIS • O....e Co.l , .m n,, i.: ............. .................. 17* " 1 i; lr.i l . .... ..... - . .. .. . .. :.; ... . ....................... T4 r '. T! (o l un, I y, r ....... .... ....... 0.. mI rn tihs l. . .. ..... ...... .i0 . ·tc, ci *i .. y 'ar.. ...... .................. 7 • ' 6 nr rhr ... ........... ....... 44 "3 i." r hi. ..... ............ ......51 ', n,: ,... ...... .... ........ ... 5 ! "¢, . :.,:l. ai C .i*: :. ii : h . . . . .. ......... ...... .... . r w;,( "f.i- 'r i': z-, ":1 ,vt,-rttera nfT¢ "V , t offilcc;. T1i: in1 i..:i.i.oi cicrnin the loss of lIthe Jean ±,,tte bega yesterday, and ish z) lo _ng i.. -vilil c)nli I ue no one can teloil. Now it is certain that Judge Folger will .,e electtd(i governor of New York. Henry Ward Beech r has declared :agaiinu t him. THE.; Butte papt rs are indulging in column paragraphs, in an effort to show that that burg is not on th...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 11 October 1882

T------------ CAROTHERB vs. KINGSBURY. T'ho Decision Affirmed by the Commission -B'me Extracts fr, m the Opinion .Deliveredi. aWei . re in:Iebted to the Washington I cr-.;:.e.et.idi~nentre of the Butte IntcrMoun- i .,i:,, for the following: 1 n the r,mattr !of the coniteted ease, of (:-,c,'other v. linugshury, involving the < :c-:tion of the validity of dese:,t llnd -t r.,y No. 2%, I4,dte at the otice :it Hel- ( (-n. boi Adinii W. ]Kinb.bury, alrach ,, 1, .u~ pr'L ing 5130 acrers, the comlmis- 2 ,-: to;-dry a rmed the deci-icn of the iead ot'(-r' , di:nis-.:d the conte t , i:a in.s ing~sbury. S- o l. ." ..e..i :~.s in substance: I :. a c.ar~'f ccu oniderati(;in of the evi ýd..,? , it .-r it hat a large number of 4the L i t- ¾u,"÷. !t'eo conejsanti are wh-olly u etf.quaiL lt.wd with the 1 nd and their tý, io)y is confined to their experience in: the cultiva:tion of bottom lands, other t~han-ihat it qute.tiol, - ,. not more thap. one-half the land claimed by con $;t':s t I,: l. e:I...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 11 October 1882

TH E RIVER r PRESS. THE RIVER PRESS. Terms,.... ..................... 5.00 per Year COLLINS & S TEVENS, l",lal1shers. All letters and communic ition' containini matter in tended for publication in this paper. Hhonld be , dd, eo.ed to "'The I:iver Pr,, s," and the name of the writer must be given to in.ure at43intn. Local advertise7tntu will be inserted in these columns at the rate of fifteen cent per line franc trawdent and ten cents per line fr me regular advertisers. WEDNES)AY, 0 T BER 11, 1s82. CHOTEAU COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. DELEGI ATE TO CONGRESS, ALEXANDER C. BOTKIN. DIsTRI ciC ATTORNEY, MAX WATERMAN. (COUNCi ................... H. CHUCIIHILL. Ho ....................................................................... ....JERI,. SULLIVAN, f-. i. MCINTIRIE. SH EI.RIFF.................W M. ROWE. PROBATI'E JUDGE...........E. R. CLINGAN. CLFRK ANI) RECORDER.....H. BH . HILL., AssiEsso ...... ........DAVID G. BROWNE. TREASURER ..............F. C. ROOSEVELT. COM MIIONERS.. { W....

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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