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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 1 November 1882

THE RIVER RESS. Vol. III. Benton, Montana, Wednesday, November 1, 1882. No. 2. JOHN M. MIARSH, U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor, BIBNTON, MONTANA. Use bad fifteen years' experience in.Montans. Al erders left with John W. Tattan or at the Centennial hotel wil receive prompt attention. J W. CALDWELL, Assayer, Clendenin, M. T Is prepare to pay the market price for ores. J. J. DONNELLY, Attorney at Law. Record Butlding, Fort Benton h. T. Will practice in all the Courts. Prompt attention givon to all bseiness. M. WAnntanM41 aH. G. Mohrana. WATERMAN & MOtNTIRE, Attorneys at Law, wifl prctice In all the Courts of the Territory. Spe. dtl attention given to criminal practice. BNTON, M. T. H P. ROLFE, Attorney and Counselor at Law, (Aeoami&d wdoth nders & £'tles.) U. S. DEIUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR. .en yeant' experienoe in government earveying. The be nstr~uents used. Colleetions, Insurance, Mmat ing. Homestead and aM land claims attended to. BiNTiON. M. T. W, B. BETTLE. C. L. LYTLR SETT...

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. — 1 November 1882

T E RIVER PRES~. |rmrrrar-"-- iHti KRIVER ?R.SS. Terms .................... ..... $600 per Year RATE` OF AlVFERTIS. ': Onoe Column, 1 : ..a...... . .. . i - " M o h ........... .. ............ '? 3 "c ... ... ... . ....... Hal: (c ui:." , . . . son "" 6 mn /nth. ................ ...... 70 " 3 " .......... ... .. .... 40 One-Third oo'"r( n Ii t y . , . 4uariter . oinmn, I yesr ................... ..... . S 6 zmoubth ... .................. 44' " "l3 nl h ......................... '" 6 month? ........................... i' P. " 3 months...... ................... 9. Profeusi.nal C .rdi. i inh. I vear ............... IN Rater for Tr mnient %dvtrtwnieent ..v. t ct ntc, BorKIN cl uI,, u.t. Ak..... ... In their joint dis,.ussio:n at Iade rAh.r . Martin. with Iii. t ii.e w1 : t ' ~l not cope with the re .dyv .ntl brilliniit rc MrAx WA rEin_1MAN's ('n111%v" h::,s I C(11 an able on,' and h.. is ('Vervwherr '"1(vr ably reediv d. Max is hill wor:IV o the positi-n he seeks.: nl as :i i tt.• .' co...

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. — 1 November 1882

tilE it V i iIt L J A COVERT THREAT AND AN OPEN BID. We. quote from a speech delivered by (;l. VWoolfuk at Radersburg, and re ported for the In~J~ptndlet by XWoolflk himself, the ollowing words: He knew that Maginnis had anothea. tecrmll to erve ill Collless t tiltilhe 4th of next Marnh, wlhet!lhr elected again or r nOt. and that imtportant legis'ation for tht: N',rtliein Pacific wrs pt uding he fore that xxly. 'Thlis ccorporation. con- 1 ;teq y 'tlt y, could not atlffrd to take anll :itive .stand against Maginilli,. andt all 1 t!,. dcviiocratie party wanted was '"han ds If theo words do) not contain a covert ture.:, then we cannot read the Enzlish lan. usage aright. He saiys in substance, :n.rd givcY the railroad due notice, that if t tl:e. d( not stzind in with Maginnis he w:u. u.- a.. ai the influence lie possesseed iL."intlit th.ukei when this "'imiportant leg ij.ik,"t cor_-et up before congress. The'lre is another thing to e found in this paragraph which d.eserves attention. HI...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 1 November 1882

THE RIVER PRESS amaiN ~ ~ ~ ~ ` Cumi an|I m mmu. •n Ul wua THE RIVER PRESS. Terms, ............ ...........$5.00 per Year COLLINS & STEVENS, ýE1tilishers. A 11 letters and cinmmunications containing matter in. rtnded for publication in this paper. should be addressed to "The River Press," and the name of the writer mus, be given to insure att~ation. Local advertieesets willUt be inserted in these columns at the rate of fifteen cents per line from transient and ten cents per line from regular advertisers. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1e~2. CHOTEAU COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. DEI.wEATE TO CONGRESS, ALEXANDER C. BOTKIN. 1) [STRICT ATTORNEY, MAX WATERMAN. COUNCIL .............O. H. CHURCuxLI,. H OUSE ................................. ............ ...JERIE SULLIVAN, H. G. MCINTIRE. S1 I:.I R F......................... W.. M. ROWE. PRI)LATE .JUD). ..........E. R. CLINGANl Cry1,RK AND RECORDER......H. B. HILL. As;I:sOR ..............DAVID G. BROWNE. TREASUER ...............F. C. ROOSEVELT. CoW...

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. — 1 November 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. LOCAL NOTES. Prom ~sturday's Daily. Portland advices of the 19th inst. say that on that clay the first through freight for Missoula, over the Northern Pacific, was shipped. Assistant Surgeon R. W. Johnson has been relieved from duty at Fort Assina hoine and ordered to report for duty to tho commanding officer of Fort Buford, Dak. Henry Courtney has been engaged as head waiter at the Grand Union, and no better man for the place could have been found. lie is par exellence in the din ing room. Maj. A. G. Robins;on, the disbursing quartermaster at Helena, has been or cdericd to take charge of the business of placing in position near Big Hole pass the monument which will commemor a:t the battle which took place there with the Nez Perces Indians. Max VWaterman, Choteau's candidate lor district attorney, who reached home nIiiJhil before laut, says the boom for Bot kiit wherever he went during his recent trip is almost incredible to those who do not know the feeling in the ...

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. — 1 November 1882

..R. V PRE S WHO CAN VOTE.. What the Law is as to Who are Legal Voters, and the Penalty for Violation. C n'y ten days mote intervene between now axd electihn day, and it may be that some of our readers are not exactly posted as to who are or a re not legal vot ers. For the benefit of these we quote the section of the election law (page 68, 12th seasiom)1,earindg on this point. It reads as follows : Section 6515. That all male citizens of the Unit, d States above the age o. tw n ty-one years, and all male perstons of the ae age who hall haue age who -hall have ceclart d their inuention of beco.tl.ing c-itizens, and who usi d r existing laws of the Uniled States ti, y ultimaltely becoiiie cititzels tlheravo, yshail be deen.ed electors of this Terri tory and I4 entitled to vote for Deled.ate to Congests, and for Ter itorial. Di -tricr, County, Precinct and Municipal officer.; Provided, They shall have resided in the Territory six m onths. and in the county where they may offer to vote,...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 1 November 1882

-___ IgRf f I ,)CAI N o_ l*tS. A lnuTrow guage to Castner's and Bar her .hou tl b he built next x ascn. ./ de',;(º?tcat, y csteida(-', spc nt three o)art, atelmplting to induce a fellow (lemllcriLt to v)te , b.it Magirlis, blIt tihe *: 'LvF ItO * Vii ti voted for MAa S.led that thert. gcould ;: ,'.i;c.i . L4ots :of demroerat T'iwo yc( r4 itgo the democrats wanted -.-aniner- r n iin .niried. aay'injg they could !:. : 0yallkr" dtog. To-day . :: t, adniit thetiI e(essity of r ,*, it thtir .-lonfest nman. It ., v. :y ° i1r the repl)uib S"e ieeed. A f(ew S" rfl <oelivereed last i :': Ili tent voters .a.r·v M.i mlont<na will VCity P1' AS. S,:;.: terdvy recelved a ton . Milller'- tine on Belt e, r roo p1)-ite ('zIt ner's, which he ,)rotro'incf",s -u..;erior to anything he has vet seen in Mentana, both for household . .... . This is is a new rumiE', which is ( ny d',veloped as yet to the depth of ftifteen yrds, and shows a vein of ten tetet in thieck ness. Mr. Miller ais ;a valuable p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 1 November 1882

THE RIVI - PRESS. A WILD MAN IN IDAHO. Two Veraioues Oow Boys See and Chase the Bolitary Savage of Snake River. Two cow boys who just came in from Camas Prairie relate an experience whioh will probably go a great way to ward re-establishing the popular faith in the wild man's tradition. On the first day of this month two cow boys searching for cattle lost gn the storm passed over some lava orags, and were startled by suddenly seeing before them the form so often described to them. They were so terrified that they sat up on their horses, looking at it in dread. Mustering courage and drawing their revolvers they dismounted and gave chase, but the strange being skipped from crag to crag as nimbly as a moun tain goat. After an hour's pursuit both young men were so utterly worn out that they both laid down-seeing which the wild man gradually approached them and stopped on the opposite side of the gorge in the lava, from 'which point he regarded the cow boys intently. The latter would not...

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. — 8 November 1882

r]--HE ER RESS. Vol, I Benton, Montan, Wednesd, November 8, 88 Vol. III. Benton, lMontana, Wednesday, N.overmber 8, 1882. o0. 3, ELECTION RETURNS. MAGINNIS ELECTED BY THE RAIL ROAD VOTE. It will be Nip and Tuck between Water man and Johnson. CHOTEAU. BENTON. Maginnis, majority, 36. Johnson, 14. Hamilton, 87. Settle, 69. Baker, 84. McDevitt, 82. Browne, 66. Tattan, 94. Murphy, 61. Hunsberger, 172. Wetzel, 133. Arnoux, 95. Wheelock, 100. Solomon, 13. Marsh, 75. Holland, 53. McDaniels, 9. Brinkman, 70. Austin, 42. Bywater, 60. HIGHWOOD. M1aginnis 36, Botkin 18. Arnoux 46, Mulcahy 10. Wetzel 39, Wackerlin 15. Hunsberger 44, Roosevelt 12. Tattan 38S, Clingan 18. McDevitt 36, Rowe 20. Wheelock 41, Patterson 13. Kennerly o3, Browne 24. Murphy 51, Hill 14. Ha:milton 51, Churchill 14, Johnson 3-, Waterman 18. Solomon 38, Kelly 18. Marsh 39, Griffith, 17. Settle 42, Sullivan 14. Baker 42, Mc Intire 14. :SUN RIVER. Maginnis, 24; Botkin, 19. Johnson, 26; Waterman, 17. Hamilton, 14; Churchill, 3...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 8 November 1882

THE RIVER.RiR S.1 Terms. ................... ...... $5.00 per Year RATES OF Al)VEiTiSANG : i ( )t.c Col 1mnn, e . ......... ........... ... ..$17 , o nioi hr............. ............... 15 Ha!f Colnmu'; ! scat............ .............. 1 - S 6 m,,nttis .......... ..... ...... 75 2 , "................. ....... 40 One-Third Column, I year. ............. ...... 80 6 month .. ........ ..... 4. 3 -monthh ............. .... .. 3 Q(uart.r Column, 1 year........................... 75 S 6 months .............. .. 401 " 3 tion hey ............. ....... 0O rhree inches, 1 year .............................. 5 • " 6 months ........................... 3o . . 3 months.............................. 25 Professional C rds, 1 inch. 1 yea:....................... 15 R ters for Transient Advertisements given at office. GOOD MEMORIES. As Exhibited by a Negro and Several Gam blers of St. Louis. St. Louis can probably furnigh some of the most wonderful and best authen ticated cases of good nieaiory on re...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 8 November 1882

,P .QSONA1L. . -F. Madcdoik, :bf Gold Run, was registered at t030 Merchant's hotel,' Bis' marek, on the 22d ult. -Alex Staveley Hill,netmber of parlia rcunt, England, with party, arrived from the Northwest yesterday and are ,t4ppin, at the Grand Union. They re turn c.~st by vwy of Billing;. --,-jim Wells and his little son, Lee, arrivetd l st evening from Clagett. Jim is looking bettor than he has for many n.l-ny months, and his many Benton frieutls observe the change with much plea.4ulre. lie cornes for supplies and will remain but a short timte. - Lieut. Col. Ilges, formiurly comman dant at this place, is in the city, on his way to aassulme command at Fort Assina I)oin. The.Col. says he will leave this mnornin', but he has so many warm friends in Benton thaw we doubt very much if they do not persuJLde him to re main a day Cr two more with us. The Grand Union Rotel. The finest hotel in Montana and one of the best in the west will be formally opened this evening under most favor abl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 8 November 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. COLLINS & STEVENS, Al l. etters and communications containing matter in tended for publication in this paper, should be addressed to "The River Press," and the name of the writer must be given to insure attention. Local advertisements w dl b: inserted in these columns at the rate of fifteen cents per line from transient and ten cents per line from regular advertisers. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1382. THURSDAY, the 30th of November, has been set aside by the president as the day for thanksgiving. BOTKIN may not be elected,. but he made a gallant race and can proudly claim a large majority of the eitizens of Montana voted for him. THE faet.that Maginnis receives a ma j ority of only thirty-six in this precinct, supposed to be his stronghold, shows how the republican party is growing in Benton. Two years from now not only the town but the county will give a re publican majority. IF you had not accused an honest man of dishonesty we should not have called your honesy in...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 8 November 1882

LOCAL NOTES. From Wednesday's Daif. Thers were 65 more votes in the Ben ton precinct yesterday than two years ago. Being short handed, we are unable to give our usual amount of matter this morning. It is rumored that a company of cav alry will soon be stationed on the Flat head Ihdian reservatioh A ten pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Stanford last Friday, the 3d inst. Congratulations, Jim. Peg Leg, Kelly the Rake and Pat 0' Fallon made several enthusiastic demo cratic speeches at the polls yesterday. Dr. Goodrich leaves for Fort Assina. boine this morning on professional busi ness and will be absent about two weeks. We didn't notice any zealous officers at the polls yesterday trying to keep the peace while the disgraceful rows were in progress. There were 492 votes polled at this pre cinct yesterday, and of that number on ly 193 were "straight." The democrats polled 113 straight tickets, and the re publicans 80. Benton will be pretty well supplied with apples this year. Cra...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 8 November 1882

-"liWARD CLARK . "Gath' on the Sewing' MReh hi Mi lmire. are. ,"Edward Clark died last week worth $20,000,000-some say muore-and he..re ceived just twenty lines average notice from the.newspapers. Sueh'-is the scale measure per million now; a newspaper line. Publicity has its exchange value, and he who expects it must be s umething above his million. Here is Herbert Spencer, sick, and the beneficiary of an American subscription to make his days easy, gratified by columns of attentiofn. while the greatest capitali-ts in the sew ing machine industry, though he invest ed nothing, pas.-ed into eternity with a "dasda." Old Singer, vagrant, inconti nent, with no more care for marriage rite or posterity than the birds from whom he drew his name, died a newsy singularity compared to the person who left three times his fortune. Mr. Clark had a Turkish bath at his Cooperstown re dence which is said to have cost tens of thousands of dollars. He was attract ed there by his wi e, the daughter of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 8 November 1882

Fromrn Wedneadavs DaR.. Dy ; . -ihe two newu bri~,k residences being erec.ted .i J. R. Wilton- & Co. for the Build in r ass ,ieation are rapidly n iting oompleti( n. : The citizels of Helena appear to be c-isiderably exercised just now about the loeation of the Northern Pacific de pot and railroad yard.. The membhership of Crescent Lodge, Knights of Pythias, is growing very rap idly. From one to four applications are received every meeting. Has anything been done yet to secure a supply of coal? The committee and merchants must "rustle" if they expect to accomplish the promised results. The article in Saturday's Helena Her ald on the coronation of King Maginnis I. is one of the best things we have seen this year. Whoever wrote it is a good one. Little Dick, the noted 6;)0-yard horse, who has scored many victories and but few defeats in Montana, is prancing about our streets preparatory to a trip to Oregon .-- lis.'oulian. The R(cord had the cheek to send a reporter around Monday ...

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

A Bandy-Whiskered New Yorker Gets Up a New Bible and Religion. The Tribune says: Six reporters gath ered in the parlorof No. 128 West Thirty four street, at the invitation of J. B. Newbrough, who had [promised to give then and there to the world a new re ligion and, a new bible. There were present, besides the reporters and Mr. Newbrough, a short, jolly-looking old man, who introduced himself as "the little gentleman," a white-haired person with white moustache and gold specta cles, of diminutive stature, and three other men 'whose names and object in being there were as mysteaious as the newv religion about to'be promulgated. The "little gentleman" Mr. Newbrough introduced as Thomas A. M. Ward, "a distinguished Orientalist," and the gen tleman with silver pin and gold-rimmed glasses' as Dr. B. L. Cetlinski, a "Pole andischolar." Each reporter having been presented with a copy of "Oahspe, the New Bible," Mr. Newbrough rose to address the gathering. He is a dentist by occu pation, an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 15 November 1882

THE RIVR PRESS. Vol. IL. Benton, Montana, Wednesday, November 15, 1882. N. V_ ol._.._ . . ..~. ..----~-------- ---- . ------- ELECTION RETURNS. CHOTEAU. DUPUYER CREEK. Botkin 7, Maginnis 18. Waterman 7, Johnston 17. Churchill 16, Hamilton 5. Sullivan (;6, McIntire 12; Settle 17, Ba k-r 13. ]Howe 7, McDevitt 17. Clingan 17, Tattan 4. Hill 8, Murphy 14. Browne 7, Kenuerly 17. Roosevelt 7, Hurnsberger 14. Mulcahy 7, Wackerlin 5; Arnoux i7, Wetzel 18. Patterson 7, Wheelock 17. Griffith 7, Marsh 16. Kelly 8, Solomon 16. M'EAGHER COUNTY. WIIITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. Maginnis 04, Bothin 174. Johnston 97, Waterman 168. Stuart 179, Sheriff 78. Atchison 68, Kanouse 166 Murray 121, Stevenson 131. Anderson 17, Hatch 150, Rotwitt 92. McClintock 66, Folsom 190. Cameron 32, Allebaugh 226. Howell 170, Hughes 87. Berkins 102, McIntosh 154. Tipton 107, Miss Nichols 152. Wight 78, McFarland 182. Lapalmne 82, Potter 175. MARTINSDALE. Bolkin, 38 ; Maginnis, 36. Waterman, 35; Johnson; 31. Stuart, 41; Sheriff,...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 15 November 1882

THE RIVER PRESS." Terms,................................$5.00 per Year RATES OF ADVERTISIIG: One Column, 1 year............. .........m. " 6 months........... .. ....... 100 S 3 ....................... . 75 Half Column, 1 year..................... . ... 100 6 months ......................... 76 . 3 " ........... ...... .... 40 One-Third Column, 1 year......................... 80 " 6 months ................. 45 " 3 months ....................30 Quarter Column, 1 year ........................... 75 • 6 months ... ................. 40 3 months ....................... 30 Three inches, 1 year .............................. 50 c" 6 months .................. ..... 30 3 months........................... 25 Professional Cards, 1 inch, 1 year............... 15 Rates for Transient Advertisements given at office. WVILDER's LANDING was not solid for Maginnis. WV'ATERMAN is likely to be the next district attorney. CLAGETT comes up smiling with a majority for Botkin. THE question of fuel supply sh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 15 November 1882

ELECTION RETURN'S. CHOTEAU. SAND COULEE PRECINCT. Maginnis, 9; Botkin, 16. Johnston, 9, Waterman, 16. Hamilton, 9; Churchill, 16. Settle, 12; Baker, 8. Sullivan, 12; Meintire, 15. Arnoux, 12; WVetzel, 9. Mulcahy, 13; WVackerlin, 10. McDevitt, 9; Rowe, 16. Hunshberger, 18; Roosevelt, 7. Tattan, 8; Clingan, 17. Murphy, 11; Hill, 14. Kennerly, 8; Browne, 17. Solomon, 9; Kelly, 15. Wheelock, 11; Patterson, 13. Marsh, 7 ; Griffith, 15. CARROLL. Thirty-six votes were cast in this pre cinct, of which the republican ticket re ceived 34 and the democrats 2. CLAGETT. Maginnis 24, Botkin 3. Johnson 23, Waterman 4. Solomon 23, Kelly 4. Marsh 22, Griffith, 4. Settle 23, Sullivan 4. Baker 23, Mc Intire 4. McDevitt 21, Rowe 6. Wheelock 23, Patterson 4. Kennerly 23, Browne 4. Murphy 23, Hill 4. Hamilton 23, Churchill 4, Arnoux 23, Mulcahy 4. Wetzel 23, Wackeriin 4. Hunshierger 24, Roosevelt 3. raLttan 25, Clingan 2. ROC(KY POfNT. Majorities : Magininis 13, Johnston 21, Hamilton 19, Settle 20, Baker...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 15 November 1882

THE RIVER PRESS. P.uhl.hca cLery WVednesday morning by the River Press Publishing Company. TERIRY COLLINS. JAS. E. STEVENS. Editurs and Managers. All letters and comntmunicat2ons containing matter in tended for publication in this paper. should be addressed t; "The River Press," and the name of the iwriter must be given to insure cttzntion. Local advertisemets will be inserted in these columns at the rate of ffteen~ cents per line from transient aund ten cents per lin frnm. regular advertisers. WEDNE3DAY, NOV.NMBER 15, 1382. COLORADO will send a republican to the senate, probably Gov. Pitkin. THE congressional delegation of Vir ginia stands six coalitionists to five dem ocrats. A DEMOCRATIC house will result in rallying and uniting the republicans and demoralizing the democrats for 1884. THE republicans will have a short session of Congress in which to accom plish some good results for the country. THE telegraph reports that Gen. Green B. Raum, U. S. internal revenue com missioner, ...

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