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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 18 April 1883

Vol, III, Benton, M1Vontana, Wednesday, April 18, 1883. No. 26. MEAN AND SLANDEROUS. Dr',., hard all mornin.g-such is fate; Thu,, center church some minutes late; i ''.'s will then be turned on you, i '; il oblserve your bonnet new. I.ct lh i;tnbl modesty wreath your face, l1 ti;ke' your seat with humble grace; y. u : xr thoutrhts be fixed on high. Ani' rirrange your cardinal tie. 'iki holw reIigion's prone to bless, _grud criit'ise your neilhbor'- dress. oi.t :! \ he!lt" rts be filled ztah praise, I ,l ,tit c 11r,. Mlagee's lace. p fr,', vo:;r mind all thoughts of sin, ,:. :, ,i ,i ',. vollr diant:oied p!li; . : ,'.l ,, li .o (ion proveS, ,i .. , o.Iln (tliCh u ou ir buttolned gloves. i, f: ' ,;'ri o ,)a l as they fall, S itlh tine 1.\ rinkles in your shawl: •, : ,i , !r's tb e arful fate. ut.,! 10t; bouid straight. ' . "' iil n, ci-('t' ,ivine ,r .. ý. 'i - :'. i .ll ,: i i' (1.'a , t 1, ,. rw. i ! silk ent t.. . ?l, i d, t eiv t' ' n ril: t thel re . ,H l; hiin " 011 of phluac , ...

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 April 1883

THE RIVER PRESS. RLATES OF AVERTI1SIG: One Column, 1 year ................... ........ .... . 6 months ........... ............... 10 S6 months ........................ S . ... ............... ........ 40 One-Third Column, 1 year........... . .... 80 6 months ........... ...... 4 " months .................. 30 Quarter Column, 1 year....7..................7 " 8 months ..... .........40 " months ... .... ...... ........ Three inches, 1 year .............................. 50 .. 6 months ........................ so a months ........... ..... Professional Cards, 1 inch, 1 year ................. 15 Rates for Transient Advertisements given at office. THE democratic mayor of Cincinnati got drunk the other night in a club room and tried to shoot the city jailor. A FRIEND of President Arthur says that the latter is planning a trip west the last of May. He intends to goto Yellow stone park, and possibly to the Pacific THE question as tc whether a husban has a right to axact that his better hal...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 18 April 1883

ANOTHER CREE RAID. Ie ead of Stock Cattle Killed by Brit sls Subjects at Willow Coulee, Near the Marias. From .J. G. Dunlap, range rider for the Sun River stock association, who ar rived in the city yesterday, we learn that parties of the Crees are still on this ýide of the line, killing cattle and com Ilitting other depredaticns--a work in hicll tIhey have fully proven them telves experts. ()~ lte 6th inst. Little Dog and a ::1uil party (Piegans) discovered a party of (_reet.. at Willow coulee, about three 1Uxabove hpencer's ranch and some twenty .IIlh'5 Ijelo'w Kipp's. Not being able to .,,' wit li the suljects of John Bull, who t,,~itl.IIntercd the Piegans three to one, ii tte 1),g and party rode down to ,jer's to) give the alarm. On the ri;, (," the next day the Indians, ,,, itli b~' y Mr. Dunlhi and one or :., r h\ite mllen, sallied forth to the bu, but ithey were too late. The i,., vbol· gone, taking with them the hitiýlIe porttion of the meat of five , eu-. they had killed in...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 18 April 1883

THE RIVER PRESS. Published every lVednesday nmorning.by the River Press Publishing Company. JERRY COLLINS. JAS. E. STEVENS. Editors and Managers. All letters and communications containing matter in tended for publication in thik; paper, should be addressed to "The River Press," and the name of the writer must be given to insure attnti n. Local advertisements will be inserted in these columns at the rate of fifteen cents per line from transient and ten cents per line from regular advertisers. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1583. HANLAN, the famous Canadian oars man, says he only learned to swim last summer. He can now swim only a lit tle, the muscles of his arms quickly be coming tired-a singular confession, he admits, for a sculler to make. DENNIS KEARNEY is now a broken down ward pol'Vician. He was kicked out of the California legislature the oth er day, where he was button-holing members to help to the position of chief wharfinger in San Francisco. AN inquisitive observer has announc ed tha...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 18 April 1883

LOCAL NOTES. lFrpin Saturda : Da.Y..)a .....~ " :.S everal train loads of timbers for the i1 arrived yesterday. T;ie DClatraz addition to the Benton townsite has been filed. .Jini Matkin returned last night from a shlort trip to Sun River. 'The Northern Pacific construction train n1ow runs to Gallatin City. .Jack Wilson is cleaning house in his LI()oon and getting ready for the spring rush. I)avis & Wallace, the well known gro ,.ers of Helena, have dissolved partner silip, Mr. Davis retiring. 'Billy Grant," the oelebrated trotter, purchased by T. C. Power last fall, died near Helena on the 5th inst. The business men, and especially jew elers, are being notified that profession al burglars are coming this way. Passengers from ngs are unani mously of the opinion that Billy Wine hill, of the Springs station, is the most accommodating man on the road. Th'e painters are at work in T. C. Power & Bro.'s dry goods store, and oth ,r iniiprovements are going on in what i already 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. — 18 April 1883

MONTANA MINES. What is Being Done at One of the Coming Camps of the Territory. Peter Fehrenbaugh, the well known prospector and miner, arrived in the city yesterday direst from the Montana district, and from him our reporter gleaned the following facts in reference to mining operations at. that camp: Pete is the principal owner of the Samson, one of the best leads in the dis trict, although he has but little to say in praise of it. He thinks it speaks fully for itself. He tells us, however, that he has driven a tunnel sixty feet on the lead and sunk a shaft twenty feet below the tunnel level. iHe has over 200 tons of excellent ore on the dump. Pete has worked on the mine all winter and pro poses to stay with it until his pockets are tull of "rock," or thereabouts. The tunnel on the Fitzpatrick is in between 75 and 100 feet, and the mine is showing up well. It is proposed to drive this tunnel about 200 feet, and by that time the owners (the Messrs. Fitz patrick, Largent and Ulm) will...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 18 April 1883

LOCAL NOTES. From \Vednesday's. i... . ... .......... I,. A. Baker came in on the Helena (0,oa,.l1 le t ig ,? lt. ... .... Th11 Brewery saloon is undergoing ex tensive illlPr'oveme.l . --i It is pretty nearly time the boats were leaving Bisiark i-4br up) the river. Mrs. W. S. Wetzel retfioIE om the cast )II last night' laxin s 1The farmers have renewed the work of turning up the "sweet-scented soil." J. 11. Wilton returned fr.tT f p,' Benton Southern coach, last even ing. Malcolm Morrow, jr., was in town vesterdly from his home on the Shon kiui. ''Thle lawyers are expecting a lively andil ilmpiortant session of the district (colurt. Willie Samnples arrived from the east, where he has been attending school, last l'ecorder Murp)h, . is kept as busy as h'c (can h1e putting quit claim deeds on .Jle IKipp, of Fort Conrad, and Chas. Tl'hoimias of Maplle creek, are at the ver!an(1. 1)r. ('. von I-olzschuher and son, of ('Cl)pianli ranch, Belt creek, are at the ('rai(ld L ien. I..1. . Wacke...

Publication Title: River Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 18 April 1883

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Horseshoes made of three thicknesses of green rawhide compressed in a steel mold are used to some extent In England. They weigh about as quarter as much as an iron shoe, and are said to wear longer. Why do all you Americans say "deep," for station?-English Tourist. Some of us say deppo, others say daypo, and a few others depot. Now tell us why you Englishmen say "ye knaw" every six words when you know we don't know. One by one the more precious metals ate found deposited in this country, and in some cases as in nickle, the unsus ýpected supplies prove greater in volume than the precious yield of all other countries combined. The latest of these discoveries is that of vanadium, which has been taken from an Arizona mine in larger paying quantities than ever be fore known. The story is told of an infidel lecturer, that he once gave an opportunity for any one in the audience to ask questions. A plain woman arose and said: "Sir, al low me to ask, what has your belief d...

Publication Title: River Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 25 April 1883

S TE IVER p5RESS. 27 o!l.II Benton, Montana., Wednesday, April 25, 1888. o. 2. ' SE SONG OF THE BALL. t: ih figers jeweled and white, t S ebrows arched till they met, iI ma.de' stood in unmaidenly poise, A -nA .i'. "the head" in the set- lDa, ce! dance! dance! Forntard, and backward, and swing, i .till with a grace no art could enhance he miioved the queen of the ring. Whirl'. whirl! whirl ! I Till Iti brain hbeins to swim! Wh irl . whirl! whirl! Il wý~iary in back and limb! b id and Newport, and Raquet, l.ý,i' t. and Newporrt, and Glide- Ti; move about in a mystic maze, iLOciios of time or tide. t I',nceO: (lance I dance! Th t, ite;nlCt nceer grows less. ;, ..v.,a! have you gained? A broken fan, r c.r;,'d howe s and a ruined dress, i langutor, a vague unrest, A , ic a regret, a sigh, t] Agn :p feeliuýg so drear that it will be queer r It it (toes not end in a cry. i Flirt' flift! dirt! .'i ,he "'promenade" to "Sweet Home !" Fli t! flirt! flirt ! A.- mpty and va:n as foam: t \,itz t...

Publication Title: River Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 25 April 1883

THE RIVER PRESS. RATES OF ADVERTISllNG: One Column, 1 ear ........ ........ .... 1 S 6 months........... . 100 Half Column, 1 year.............. .....i 10o 6 months ........ ...... ....-.. 75 One-Third Column, 1 year ................... . 80 6 months ........... ....... 45 " 3 months ........ ... .... 30 Quarter Column, 1 year.......... .. ...... ... 7 6 months... * ................ 40 S 3 months ..................... Three inches, 1 year ....... . 50 S months ....................... 30 3 months.......... ... ........ Professional Cards, 1 inch, 1 year ............ 15 Rates for Transient Advertisements given at office. Miss DAWES, the daughter of United States Senator Dawes, of Massachusetts, contemplates taking a' position on the editorial staff of the Pittsfield (Mass.) Journal. Miss Dawes has had expe rience in journalism, having written from Washington as correspondent. WVE can remember that when we first came to Montana some of the territorial papers spelled the name of our cou...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 25 April 1883

SLIPPERY VS. STICKY. Sthe Bad Boy Got Even on his Pa for oi" trescribing Tar to Produce a Mustache. ,IWlhat oni earth is that you have got S\-- ur li,)?" said the groceryman to the aiid ln s he came in and began to , t tbaga, and his upper lip hung v er his teeth, and was covered 1ill 0in)etCiiiUg that looked like shoe Ier:" wax. "You look as though :l ]l.(d ,been digging potatoes with ;.ur nose. 0,) that's some of pa's darn smartness. S ,,, 1i111t if he knew anything that ii .ulmli" ake a boy 's mustache grow, and ye t.old me the best thing he ever tried tar, and for me to rub it on thick l ~p.went to bed, and wash it offin . 1.1.rning. I put it on last night and t a5.h I can't wash it off. Pa told me I had to do was to use a scouring 1rci. :"'ind it would come off, and I used ri.i ~ck and'it took the skin off; and , tl is there yet, and say, does my Slook very bad?" h1 Th(,ery man told him it was the .t li, he ever saw, but he could cure vi rublbing a little cayenne pepper in t.r,...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 25 April 1883

THE RIVER PREss. Published every Wednesday morningf by the River Press Publishing Company. JERRY COLLINS. JAS. E. STEVENS. Editors and Managers. All letters 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 will be inserted in these columns at the rate of flfteen cents per line from transient and ten cents per line from regular advertisers. WMDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1883. THE prisoner, Curley, who has been on trial for complicity in the Phoenix Park murders, was found guilty and sentenced to be hung on the 18th of May. THE Rev. Mr. Black, an evangelist, in a sermon at Clinton, Ill., recently, prophesied the conversion of the Jews in 1947, and the arrival of the millenium in 1987. KEELEY, him of the celebrated motor, is explaining the secrets of his machine to William Beckel, who' has been ap pointed by the courts to be the recipient ther...

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. — 25 April 1883

STHE RIVER PRESS. ' .- - - ,1, - . .. . . W . . P " - - ".-, " . . . .-: --- - . .. . .. .... LOCAL NOTES. From Saturday'9 Daily 1Ir. I)odge, the operator, got in last n iht. The Nortlhern Pacific track has got to (allatin City. Wild geese and ducks are reported 1,leidtiful up the river. i,. Reinieke, the proprietor of the Sun River Leavings is in town. Paris Gibson. who has been out on his raich, returned to the city yesterday, .Jo(nl Lepley and Thomas H. Martin, of the Big Sag, are at the Grand Union., HIelen ha - ittireaking IAs-hT Tues lday niiight, three prisoners getting away. The Belt creek bridge is finished but has lnot yet been turned over to the com issioflCi'ers. Several teams arrived yesterday from the railroad, going north to work on the ('aiadian Pacifle. .Jlo. Zimmerman has reurned from a tip to his ranch on the Marias. He ex pects to move out next weei. the boats tire on the wafy' u1p4w 4 twe weeks more we will begin to look fiY" the smiOke around the bend. I iickor...

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. — 25 April 1883

A GOOD SCHEME. Such is Our Opinion of the Pl'n that Mr. Clinton Faucett has on hand. A Project that is not only Feasible, but Carries with it the Assur ance of Success. A Chance for Big Money to Anyone who has the Enterprise to Take Hold and See it Through. The desirability of water power near Benton has lately set our citizen's to looking upl some means to secure it, and we think Mr. CJlinton Faucett has caught on to about the best and most feasible project yet, and one which we hope to see carried out to fulfilment. Some time ago Mr. Faucett located a water right and right of way to conduct the water of the Teton through the bluffat the Cra con-du-nez, claiming 4,000 inches. To explain more fully the scheme which Mr. F. has on foot, we show the follow ing diagram: At the narrow point in the diagram, and which is about two miles and a half below Benton, the bluff is a trifle less than 300 feet through. The Teton at this point is 50 feet higher than the bot tom land on the Missouri ...

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. — 25 April 1883

LOCALNOTES. From Wednesdav's Daily. .Jolhn S. Atchison, of Overland, is in toWInl to attend court. Ir. . I). . Phillips and Mrs. Dan TlhilIas, of Stanford, are at the Grand 1nlioln. Two iumilitary companies are now be int organized in Helena. There are. lifty unlnles already on the roll of one. A lmulog the arrivals in yesterday's ,,oaches were John O. Hussey, of White ,uilpiur' Springs, and Chas. Severance, of ( )ka. tMr. (Uc,. C. Raymond, of St. Paul, ,alIme in on the coach from Billings last nigh^t. He comes, we understand, to lethrelase furs. ('harley Rowe came up from his :aiinch Monday by private conveyance. ('hirley says walking is not very good down his way. Yesterday Mr. White, superintendent of the Cochrane cattle company, in the Northwest country, purchased a $325 t(eamt from Harris & Rowe. He also bought a saddle horse for $100. Court convened yesterday morning, and the first day's experience resulted in expressions of a high opinion of .Judge Galbraith by the attorn...

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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. — 25 April 1883

MORE DEVIl ','t* Seventeen Horses Taken by the Thieving Crees--Troops in Pursuit. Wednesday morning John Galbraith, who resides some twenty-eight miler from this city, on the Teton, came to town and reported that the night befor( Indians, presumed to be Crees, went to Herron's stable, but could not get in, and from there went to Galbraith's herd and drove off seventeen head of horses. Mr. G. got what supplies he needed foi the trip and started in the afternoon fo= the Northwest to endeavor to recovei his horses with the aid of the nmiunted police. The other day, when the news reach ed here of the party of Piegans going out to steal horses, a citizen of Benton telegraphed the fact to Col. Ilges, at As sinaboine, and received the following answer: I thank you fo¶" your information, which is particularly important and use ful to me now. We must put a stop to this horse stealing. ILGES, Lieut. Col. Comd'g. Yesterday the same gentleman tele graphed to the colonel the news of Gal brUith's...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 2 May 1883

HE ontana ednER RE, SS.. o 28. Vol III. Benton, Montana, Wednesday, May 2 18:3. No 28. GALATEA. A !r oment's grace, Pygmalion: Let me be A b:recth's space longer on this hither hand Of aret too swest, too sad, too mad to meet, Whether to be thy statue or thy bride An in..tant spare me! Terrible the choice As no man knoweth, being only man; Nor amy. raving her who hath been stone Aw! loved her sculptor. bhall I dare exchange Veins ( f the quarry for the throbbing pulse? Iisen(,sate calm for a sure-aching heart? ]-epo-.e eternal for a woman's lot? Vorero (;od's quiet for the love of man? T, ihat on his uncertain tenderness. A w-ave. tossed on the shore of his desire, 'O, lb and flow whlene'er it pleaseth him; I mnembered at, his leisure and forgot, Wo-shipped and worried, clasped and dropped at oilod(, o)r <ootthed or gashed at mercy of his will. , aradise my portion ind now -Hell; ev. Ii err siL'l( several nerve that. beats I; ,(,u!d or body, like sonime rare vase thrust !r: fre a...

Publication Title: River Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 2 May 1883

THE .RIVER PRESS. RATES OF ADVERTISING: One Column, 1 year ........ ..............i175 6 months ... . .. . ............ 100 " 3 6 ............................ 75 Half Column, 1 year........................... 100 6 months ........................ 75 3 " ............ . ..... .... 40 One-Third Column, 1 year....................... 80 6 months .................... 45 " 3 months .................. 30 Quarter Column, i year............................... 75 6 months ... ........... ....... 40 ." 3 months ..................... 30 Three inches, 1 year .............................. 50 " 6 months ........................... 30 ' 3 months ....................... 25 Plofessional Cards, 1 inch, 1 year................. 15 Rates for Transient Advertisements given at office. AMONG the various international ex hibitions set for this year, the electric exposition which is to open at Vienna on the 1st of August has a special inter est. A comparison of the exhibits there assembled with what it would ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 2 May 1883

JAY GOULD'S NEW YACHT. cr":ption of the Latest Model and the Miost Luxuriant Interior Finish Known to Modern Ship building. S,-t ,only tlhe wood and iron skin of 11 ,;-f.allious ple(asure eraft waits up ,11 t w *ays introductory to her future ,:.'ntu. I)ecks are iot yet planked, oit l,. ast, bowsprit or spar gives ,'lof the canvas she will spread, 0i1,,l !her hiiolds are not yet occupied by •.,ns and machinery which are to • u'i. 1 r propelling power. Still her I(', u'. iJsibl, and conlpetent judges , I:i l, arclliteeture foretell of her ~,,r, Imt;ýV tiv t battlilg with tempetstuous t,- th Nornioulna, therefore the most ! t'('(ille i l of, steaiii pleasure S i. itru'tioll. A nlotable conltl'rast !,1, ~· 1' I t1e1 two steaiiers lmay be sum :ri, l':En l-lish and(1 Anmerican nild l 'i'T NI:louan: has the square.stern ; I. i n l'!isli uilders, while the ltiL , ( u-fai''iI s llell think, will run t.,,r:i'tahlyv before a danlge'rosll stiea ' of lel.' eiiipltieal stern. Fronm -tl ,t tio ti...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The River press. — 2 May 1883

Published every Wednesday morning by the River Press Publishien' C- -- Company. JERRY COLLINS. JA,; E. STEVENS. Editors and Managers. All letters and communications confaining matter in (ended for publication in this paper, .hould be addressed to "The River Press," and the name of the writer must be given to insure attention. Local advertisements will be inserted in these columns at the rate of fifteesn cents per line from transient and ten cents per line from re.ular advertisers. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1SS3. AROUND Fort Worth the cowboys are on a strike for $50 a month. FOUR inches of snow fell at Quebec on the 27th, and sleighing was resumed. THE supreme court of Iowa declares the prohibitory amendment uncqnstitu tional, and the whisky party is jubilant. THE Irish convention that recently as sembled at Philadelphia gave the dy namilte fiends no encouragement. Sen sible. THE cyclone is'putting in an appear ance early this year. Some Mississippi towns were badly shaken up by one a few da...

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