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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 11 October 1882

THE RIVER PRE SS S,O CAl NOTES. From Caturday'- Daily. The government bakery was burned ,it Fort Maginnis on the 1st inst. No further damage done. Murphy, Neel & Co. shipped a large lot of freight for F. W. Reed, of Gold RUIn, yesterday, by Dave Thompson's Me srs. Wood &. House have the con r:, t :or pa'ntinl ; W. S. Wetzel's house. nu+d lhave at rea iy a considerable portion (f :lhe work (ldone. +,,a Maiis heat wilth a cargo of 20,0C:0 po';:i.ts will :siart down the river this ni,, in , i ound for \Wilder's Landing, theI( o: ,lio ror j Maginnis" precinct. ieris. I'aynie & Keenan expect to S.,rlete the pain'ing of the new hotel 1.:K the 20thi. They are doing some ia1; nl-uine grainiing in the dining room. Dave Tliolips-n an(d Pete Cabell's i,. in l eaed lfr Barker, le:t ye-terday. i'tievy lhaive goods for nearly all the nier ,hluantt- i n! the etii l), :ind there are several tilius:; ndl ptounds waiting shipment. IPatriclk Murphy has gone to Helena ,,n i(l i. (,ullliecte...

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. — 11 October 1882

THE RIVE 1 PRESS. THE CAMPAIGN OPUiNEJl . SPEECHES BY COL. BOTKIN AND t MAX WATERMAN TUESDAY r NIGHT. A Large and Enthusiastic Meeting and an Excellent Address by Our Next Delegate to Congress. The meeting at the court houseTuesday evening was an unusually large and enl thusiastic one, the cm)urt room beinu filled to its utmost capacity, while many wishing to hear the speeches were ac tudlly debarred admission on account o, the crowd. The martial band was on hand at an early hour, and plan3ed sme stirring music, while two large bontire: cn Main street, in front of the tour house, together with the firing of anvi:s added further to enlist the enthusiansri o the crowd in attendance. If the weather had been more favorable and streets ano sidewalks in a passable condit ion, it i. safe to say the cro'wd would have beeni at least as large again, and tl.at a num ber of eats would have been occupliet. by the gentler sex. Under the circum stances, however, it was a meeting o which the republ...

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. — 11 October 1882

THE RIVER PRESS LOCAL NOTES. f,;:1 Wed;: cnsdav's Daily. The Big Horn, with the disabled Rose bu, in chia.e, reaheied Bismarck on the 'T'ihe' rpuli'aJ.s haveop)Cened the cam ,,,x:"'i hlder m1ost favoraible anlmpices, ,,? rhy re ' c ertaii, to (<do good work in iv,i i:: U Iiu ext I i ut)1ll . liit t toe ,illei 'ous eh(i',rgces miiadut agai iist hinr, ' hi.h is not a!t(o,,ether in keep)ini ,iP t I i .'ren' arkl-able ."rd ltie 1)ubiished t'1 Io Aý. l" ( .' . t-· ::S '.,, '., Io ) press we learln that .l:itL .' W rifiit. afitr an iilness of . r::weeks, died last niIht at. half-past '.V i: o'!lock. The time of the funeral : ,t ys'Et been fixed. i,- new aiditioii to the snmelter at i: , , s.iill i ' a duplicate of the present :,.i.tlu'e, and when completed the re ,lutLion wxorks will be the largest and ,a rram.ed in the territory. (.l ,ain nanmed McKinzey died at Bar i, last week and was buried on Friday. le was in the employ of the Mininga nd Smi.ilting compainy, working upon the ,rad...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 11 October 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. From Taeteda .' sur. TOWN LOT TALK. The Exctoement in B 3nton Over the Open ing of the Reservation. t Since the announcement in Sunday morning's Riv.Ran PREss that the plat of the new addition to the townsite of Ben ton had been filed in the land office and that applications for entry of lots would be received in a short time, the land question has been the one of absorb ing interest at the river metropolis. Little else has been talked of .or thought t oi, and as the time for getting action on the lots approaches, the interest mani fested grows in intensity. Yesterday morning the plat was hung up in the probate judge's office for the inspection of the public, and as soon as the door was opened by Deputy Clerk Murphy the crowd gathered, and during the entire day the office was thronged 1 with would-be landed proprietors, anx ious to get a glimpse of the plat or learn the modus operandi by which they could come li possession of a portion of the released reservation. J...

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. — 18 October 1882

V HE tn IVER PRESS. Vol. It; I e lto tn . Nontan i. Wedn enda~y, Octob: · I". L 8 ~. · No..52. JOHN M. MARSH, U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, ;E.NT.1ON MONTANA. wa led t tteren years' experience in Montana. All ord,,r left with .iohn W. Txttaºn, or at the Centeunm I i ote wit' re ev, prompt MttrA*tion. . W. CALDWELL, Assayer, Clendenln, M. T B. preprae to pay the marke" price for, re,. J J. DONNELLY, Attorney at Law. Rlooord Buildiun, Fort Beuto,, M. T. Will practice in all the Coarts. Prompt attention ~lvee to all badsnesa. 1aaZ WABMagua H. O. .Motrnrw. WATERMAN & MoiNTIRE, Attorneys at Law, eet1 praet in al the Court- of the Territory. 8pe ial attination kiv n to crcmin,al practce. " BENTON. M. T. . P. ROLFE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, lMscdaAtd with Sndmrs de COtden. ) U. s. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. Ten years' experience in g. ,vernmeut surveying. The bent iPX ntrrme.nts Used (uCollectiUn, Insurance, Min •iag Hom.xe ened and aH land claims attended to. BEsNTON ". T 7. B. 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. — 18 October 1882

ITHE RIVER PRESS. SITerms,................ ......$5.00 per Year RITES OF AVERTIStlIG: One Coluan, 1 vear ...................... ...... 11.... " mo6thr..................... ............. 10 3 " ...................... ... ... T Stltdf Column, 1 Sear ..................... ... . .10) *" . 6 months ............ .......... 75 .: 3 "4 " 3 mo t...... ....... ... .... 40 SQn-Third Columrn, 1 year ...................... 80 6 months ~ ............4 3 months ....... .. .. ....... 30 S ;lree iC. o)u u, 1 year............................ 50 3mouthe .. .................. 30 flhree inchees, 1 year .............................. 50 ' 6 month ........................ 30 " months ...... ................... .. SS P;-ofessiouai CazrdS, 1 inch. 1 year ............... 15 R ttcs for Transient Advertisements given at office. UNEASY lies the head-that has to wrestle with a townsite. tBoss rule in this county should be stamped out on the 7th of November. FRANK JAMES has surrendered to C:overnor Crittenden, of...

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. — 18 October 1882

The Morey Forgery. CHICAGO, Oct. 1.--The Inter Ocean's New York special purports to give the inside history of the celebrated Morey letter on the Chinese question, whose publication carried California against Garfield in the last presidential election. The dispatch is to the eff'ect that John I. Davenport has been at work twenty three re.oths in the endeavor to ferret out the authorship of the forgery; that he finally got the whole story, its concep tion and execution, together with the confession of the forger, and that he is about to publish the facts in pamphlet form; that the msn who forged the doc ument was named H. H. Hadley, a ren egade Republican in the employ of the Iemocratic National committee, and that oeine of the leading spirits in that body were cognizant of and approved the forgery. The story told is that Hadley, as, tho piofessed lea:der of a certain body of voters in New York, wrote to Gen. Garfield asking an explanation and ;an swer to the Credit Mobilier charges....

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 18 October 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. Terms ................... ......$. .00 per Year COLLINS & SFEVENS, Pu2blishears. All ltter~ and com~munic tir~h c~mt4irnp matter in. toeuled for pu.lication in this praper xhould be ddrewed to -'The I.iver Pr. xe " and the narnw of the writer munt be giv.en to insure atte1ntCm. Local adverti,.e:nt will be inserted in the.e oolumns at the rate of ffteen cents per Iine ,frMn transient and ten eer.ts per line fr r regudar adccrtircre. WEDNESDAY, O T BER IS, ISri. VHO ..~ U JOUNTY RErw..kLICAN TlKET. DELEGATE TO tfONGRESS, A1,EXANDER C. BOTKIN. DISTRICT ATTORNEY, MAX WATERMAN. COUNCIL.................O. H. CHURCHILL. H OUSE .................... ............ ............ ...JERE SULLIVAN, H. (3. CMUiNTIRE. SHERIFF ........................... W M. ROWE. PROBATE JUDGE........ ..E. R. CLINGAN. CLFRK AND RECORDER......H. B. HILL. ASSESSOR .............DAVID G. BROWNE. TREASURER ............... F. C. ROOSEVELT. COMMISSIONEERS..{ W M. MULCAHY. OMMISIONE H. J. WACKERLIN. SU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 18 October 1882

I OCAI. NiOTLS. Fr In Saturday'si Daily. The Heiena lair, we believe, has finally adjourned, and we umay now expectsome nice weather. " It is fully expected that 'the Northern Paicitic will be completed to Benson's Landing this year. The Be nion iranch of the Northern 1Pacific wi 1 be definitely located this winter, and work on the same will begin early next sl r.ng. A party of some twenty Piegan In dians were seen on Arrow and Wolf creeks this week, onr their way towards the Judith Basin. No depredations are rt porttd. Mr. Coe, of the upper Shonkin, in forms us that so'me sneak thieves in vaded the premise~s o George Warehain, one night recently. and stole seventy-five chickens and a lot of vegetables. W. C. Swett, of Sun River, purchased of 8. E. Ripley, who left for his Idaho home to-day, the matched span of chest nut miares that carried off the blue ribbon at the fair. Price, $801.--Herald. T. C. Power, of Fort Benton and Hel ena, is unter.-tood to be interested with Paul McC. r...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 18 October 1882

RIGHTEOGU INDIGNATION, Townsite affairs was the chief topic of conversation in 1enton yesterday, and wherever two or more persons were gathered together. indulging in earnest conversation, it would have been pretty safe to bet they were discussing some phase of the reservetion business. At least nine out of ten of the people one met on the streets, and who gave the subject any consideration at all, were mad about something, and for many a day there has not been so much righteous indignation let loose at the river metropolis. When the facts in the case are considered there is not much to be surprised at. From the very beginning it has seemed to be the purpose of the Autocrat in the premises to confuse the people as much as ossible, and the result could hardly have been more satisfactory. All the desirable locations are held by a favored few, and although some are inclined to "kick against the pricks," it is absolutely needrcs on their part to do so. It was stated ozr ca.hedra, we bel...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 18 October 1882

JX)C AL NOTES. 1 he town w full of teamis yesterday. The ,enton mercihants are having ao he i ,.ra johi fn r an othice fall than ever {uCd' ot 1. }roweio 's teams came inh het :hnighty~rt, ballot. "Th}e T.leton fiall round-up begfan .o:pera i 'atr', yesterday, with coal. Heday. i t t $1 t on. T: ini. Foter, byf the haid of paint aond ipcrq+-, is making the Eagle Bird saloon iti . ;oed as fletwd. )ve a hurowne's tea so went to Higt witry have comrdy where to town for the pur-with l,,.tatoes for F'ortf W\als.hl fort T. C.Powe~r &. l+ ro. oflark Takingy tived between 600lo. The Knightsd of Pystee from thias are maShonkin rrrangenelit to give a gCochrane ranchl at the iiing roomal of the ne w hotel on Thanks giving eve. The long expected quartz mill arrived in Saiden last Saturday, andhowing the workshigh esteem in ;ire now being put in position. It is ex wth iat the milldeceaed wasill be in operationld. :b }e 1st of November. I. )d. Chambers willstd with the lot eonveyancu to-morro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 18 October 1882

MONTANA MATTERS. Various Items of interest Culled From Our Exohanges. The smallpox scare is over at Silver iCity. The Gallatin .Ners has been enlarged to a six column folio. A Bozeman Chinaman was shot and killed by a woman last Saturday. Jefferson county's assessment will foot I up a million and a half this year. Marshal Botkin and Col. Sanders are "stumping" the Ye'l, wstone ec.untry. Dnwscn county concedes to Choteau the right to naue the councilman this time. The Billings Post h.'s hoisted the name of Alex. C. Botkin for delegate to congress. j The end of the Noithern 'Pacific track from the weetis now within 125 miles of Missoula. The winner of the Greenhood, Bohm & Co. prize piano has not yet turned up 2,766 is the lucky number. A woman named Carter committed asuiclde at Billings last week by jumping tAnto the turbid Yellowstone. L"Muegins" Taylor, deputy sheriff of ICuster county, who was shot at Billings while making an arrest, is dead. The Billings Post says the cattle ...

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. — 25 October 1882

........... ... . ...... -- . . .... .. . ..... I~ --".dlI I II-I d .!...llI .l. --l -l- I .-l*i i-l ! Il - "llI . l"l"l| . . 11" . L i TRHER RIERE. SV.1. I'.. ~i~entou, Montan3, Wednkeday. October 5 'o. , Vol. 1 I Beaon Mota rsa g i ,aaae g esmm g J OIN M. MARSH, U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, BENT' N,, MONTAMA. Ua Itad ittoen ye' a' experience in Montana. All erdr left with Jehn W. Tatta,, or at the CanteSm.. bote wit in el v pronpt ,ttentick. J W. CALDOWLL, Assayer; Clendenin, M. T Le prepared to pay the amarke pi ice f,or re ,. J. J. DONNELLY, Attorney at Law. Record Biti!ding, Port BeAto, Y. T. Will practice in all the Courtv. Prompt attention rtven to Ll beiei.. t" Was3"U M 6a G. MOINYIrrs. WATERMAN & MolNTIRE, Attorneys at Law, WI. praece Is 'l the C~ort of the Terrtory. Spe aIst attntion ~iv n to crnmi l practice. BENTON, M. T. H. P. ROLFE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, (AMoedato with w"wdarerr N 'an.) U. E. DEPVTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. ?t yeaar' experience in g'erUnmebt ua...

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. — 25 October 1882

1 HE RIVER PRESS. Terms,....A........ 3tp RATES OF ADVERT iNGB One Column, 1 v'ar............ . . 7 " m won th , ... ....... .. ............ 5) " 3 " ........................... 75 Tirf d Co lumn. , 1 St ar... ...................... 101 "" month s ................. ....... .75 3 ". . ................. 40 One-Third Column, I ySt:,r .................... So " 6 months. .................. t '" 3 mnonths .......... ....... 30 Quartor Column, I year ........................... 75 'c 6i mouth ................... 40 " 3 men hs ....................... 30 Tjhir.*.a jTrhflý I r'ir........................... 50 " months ........................... .0o " 3 months......................... 25 Professional Cards, 1 inch, 1 year................. 15 R :ter for Transient -dvertisements given at office. IF Maginnis' speech was not briiiant, the publislhed report of it in the Record certainly is! IT is probable that prohibition will be dropped out of politics hereafter. The rep)ublicans have learned tha...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 25 October 1882

N . ovl Way of Catching Wish on. the Columbia River. COLUMBIA RIVEui, Sept. .7.--"How • re so many fish caught? I haven't no tictd any nets." "Nets are of no acount now. Go and s~e' the snail," said the captain, as he .,. ,l .'t c:ver anrd rang the slowing bell for the Dalls. _,acw time after I saw the "snail," and a most ingenious, succeseful, detestable * e:gine of de:ruction it was. The owner :had admirably planted it just above the Upper Cascades, on the north bank of the,river, the south bank being at that poin)it almost impassable to the fish. It " w'as paecd just where the swift edge of !~ current wakes a most inviting eddy, , through which the salmon must natur r, iJy "run" on their way up stream. The current was here about eight feet deep. The salmon r:ever swim lower than four feet below the surface. Erected over what would be the entire width of the run was a hutre frame. Suspended with in. thi. an immense wheel revolved, so " :idjust'xl on pulleys as to rise and fall wit...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 25 October 1882

ITHE RIVER PRESS. Ters, .............................$5 00 Per TYe.r COLLINS & SrEVENS, P bliahers. A l lettern and communiltfmlnc ttocota4inip matter in. trnde.hd rfo pi.licatin7' in this paper rhould be ddrew e t,) "7'*le I iir 'r* -s s" and the nama o/ the writer must be irenm to nmenr attrnman. Iowel advertiaemite will be inerted in thee. oolumns at th, rate of fifteen cents per line .fr tra tranent and ten Cents per line ft ;m regular advertiers. WIDNESDAY, O T BER 25, 1s"2. CHOT1AU COUNTY REPuLuLIcAN TICKET. ?T'.r. c.ryl TTO CON(1RESQ, ALEXAN[ DER C. BOTKIN. DISTRICT ATTORNEY, MAX WATERMAN. CounCIL ............0. H. CHURCHILL. HOUSE ....................... ....................... ...JERE SULLIVAN, H. U. MlIN'rTIRE. SHERIFF ...........................W M. ROWE. PRORATE JUDGE..........E. R. CLINGAN. CLFRK AND RECORDER......H. B. HILL. ASSESSOR ..............DAVID U. BROWNE. TREASURER...............F. C. ROOSEVELT. COMMISSIONERS.. WM. MULCAIIY. ". H. J. WACKERLIN. SUPT. SCHOO...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 25 October 1882

From Catur ay'P Daily. The 'l,c t n Iu und-up party were at the Bull's Head station on Thursday even ing. In the Butte cemetery are the graves .:f i s i. i'hs and seven murdered people. The steamer Butte, of the Power line, reatched Clagett ,on the 17th inst., with eighty tons of freight. J. R. WIlton is putting on a porch and finishin , up Pete McDonald's building on W.aVshin.gton street. Thi, 'ec '-t"iry of the navy has decided to restore tile grade of Post Admiral of New York. and it will be given to Cornm mnodore UJlpllur, father of Mrs. W. H. IHeitl o th:i. city. A tten ' o, is direeted to the advertise ment of W. G. Bailey, the jewlder of Helena. Mr. Bailey leads his trade in M;(ieniaI.i. ;n.; is so well known that words of ours ate unnecessary. Will so nehody inform the ignoramus oi the ffcord( what the name of the sec ret:ry o' Mon t na is. Perhaps. though, he sets Co'. MeCuteheon's name wrong willfully in his effort to appear smart. Returns of assays from the Teton lode, in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 25 October 1882

MAGLNNIS AT SUN RIVER. 'A'. ' Stine and Unprofitable' Meeting. SUN RIVER, Oct. 19. :: :, if r er Pre s: Last evening, according to previous :arrangement, sonic of the democratic sturup-ers put in an appearance. A, albot 8 o'clock the people began to a.- ,,omb!, at the school house, and a;te. m~oan:'' cxertions a fair number was ceo lected at a late hour. Mr. Donnelly was lir.rt introduc2d and went to bhow whI labor and capital had taken the oppositte directions, and, in fact, was making -: good argument, suggesting a remedy to be :cfit the p~,jr, prevent organized strikes, and to help the nation on to • -:rarit', Here the slcaker was inter rupted by one of the audience, who .stepiFed up to him, saying he had heard quite enough from him, and wished it understood that he "stood in" with Wilder's Landing and was solid for Ma ginnis. Mr. Donnelly was somewhat upset by this interruption, and con clu:ded with a few scatteiinug remarks not at all connected with the substantitl , argument w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 25 October 1882

LOCAL NOTES. The work of laying brick on the Ma -onic temple will begin to'day. Work has been resumed on T. A. Cummning's brick'' building on Front street, and it is proposed to rush it t!"hrmgh as speedily as possible. It is an ill-wind that. blows nobody .... ;, , Payne: wax! busy all day | cfterday putting in glaýss where broken out by the democratic cannonading.' A school election held in the Shonkin district a few days ago resulted in the helection of Joe Cobell, Frank Bain and Pan O'lPeiley as trustees and A. B. Coc as clerk. The Tingley Bros. crossed 577 fine :.tcers fiom the Shonkin range,yesterday, ,n(td will take them to the northern r , rke! . where there is a lively demand e,; beet cattle. D. W. McCullonl, whose horses were . im .n by Indians some weeks since, re ii 'T. A recently from a thirty days trip i ;.-' :ech of them, but did not,succced in rc I.'overing a single one. The Shonkin round-up has divided :,J1i hoi S',ionkiin members have moved [ heir camp to Highwood ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 25 October 1882

Oboteau County Republic~a Club. The meeting of the republican club 'aet night was very well attended, and much enthusiasm was mani e.-ted. The committee on permLua.ni , oru.a.z.s., tion reported the following gentlemen as permanent officers of the club and they I were duly elected: Presdent--W. H. Hunt, jr. Vioe-Presldent--W. J. Minar. Secretary--H. B. Hill. Treasurer--A. C. Jobhnen. The president appointed the fo'lowing committee Campaign committee--Messrs. Rowe, Coomba, Sullivan, D. utrieulle and Brown. Finance commnltte--Mesgrs. Bothine, Johnson and Mclntire. (Committee on speakers-Messrs. Spen cer, Orane and Flanagan. Committee on music.-Messrs. Grif fith, Minar and Stevens. A number of gentlemen addressed the meeting, and an adjournment was had until the next, regular night of meeting -next Tuesday-at the republican head quart.rsi in the Cummings building, at half-pas seven o'clock, at which all re publicans are invited to attend. The Murphy Clism. We have been requested by a n...

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