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Will Practice, and Make Collections in al.
parts of the Territory.
J. J. DONNELLY.
Attorney at Law,
FORT BENTON, M. T.
Prompt Attention Given to Collections.
SHOBER AND LOWRY,
Attorneys at Law and Collecting Agen'f
Jackson Street near Wood Street.j
HELENA, M. T.
Wm. JOYCE, "
Fashionable Boot & Shoe T.
FORT BENTON, M. T.
The finest quality of French) Calf-Skin T.
boots and shoes made to o;.d "r
antdiwarranted to fit.
Repairing Neatly Executed.f,
Country orders solicited and t promptly
BRBAK OF DAY llOUSlE
LEE ISABEL, Proprietor.
M AIN St., FORT BENTON.M. T.
The Best Brands of
WINES. LIQUORS, AND
E.V A&N-S & C/O,
Wines. Liouors anid Segars.
We have T. M. Blnnwick & Balk's justly celehrated
Non ,ariel Billiard Tables,
osjlV tale and other nece~sary implements for playing
We keep constantly on hand and for sale at low pri 0,
!FRUITS, JONFECTIONERY, CANNED
.ANTD APILLARY '.REJUVENATOR,.
PRONT STRIEET .
HOT & COLD BATHS.
Isaac Richard Mo.ee.
BicIs 4ithniis &Wliaet1it,
,~sMBrIS~,'AZIW*4 IsHOrING Ikc
8 3 ..iiarket street. C( ira 'go, iiiiu fs
BENTON, HELENA and BUTTE.
The above named Steamers are three of the finest vessels on the Upper Missouri, and are conmmnanded by three Bi
of the most exlerienced -and polli Steamboat Captains on the ri e r.
T. C. POWER & Co., Helena, M T T. C. POWVER & BRO., Fort Benton, M. T.
T. C I. P . BAKER, St. Lon, MT. L. F. BOOTH, 415 Broadway, N. Y.
I. P. BAKER, St. Loms, r10.
DATE OF: DEPARTURE'
Steamer Bejnton will leave Bisrmarck on or before April 15. Steamer Ifeleiua, JAMES MIcGALiR'~ Master, (
will leave Sioux City April 10. Steamer Bite, AN Jo iKsoN, 3Master, will leave Pittsburg April 5,
and St. Louis April 12. For ;ght or Passage apply to Agents, or at the office of the Cornpa :- , 83
Market Street. Chicago, Ill
T,'lhrotnh Bills of Lading from New York, lhicaho. Saint Louis, and all Eastern Cities.
T. C. POWER& BROTR '
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
(ENERAL ERCHAN DISE.
FORT BENTON, M. T. A
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION.
O3I1RAB TORS, BANKERS AND FREIGfTlERs,
We have always on hand the largest assortment of merchalndise, and
onr facilities for supplying the local and general trade are superior
to those of any other house in Montana.
Farler's, Frig~ll "ra, ilr'8 .antiithallies suallia,
~gricultural Implements of all kinds
Highest Prices Paid for
Ownring he fastest Steamers on the Upper Missouri River, and having our own
O wion trains constantly plying between the head of navigation and all points
in Montana and the Northwest Territories, we are enabled to offer more
satisf ac tor inducenents to shippers than can b o!btained firmn
' any other house, and will give
Trou Bills ot Lalin Rorm ihica.o & St, Lois to llola
We are also proprietors of the
BONDED "BLOCK" P LINE.
Will Transport Freight In Bond.
15From the Seaboard to the British Northwest Territory.
Mfarine Insurance Placed at ow i Rates
Eatern OIfflce,8S3.7larket Street, ..hicago, Illinois.
J, W. MATKIN, J. HUNSBERCER
EIUNSBERGER & MATKIN, Proprietors
FOIRT BERNTTO2 " - - - VIONTANi A.
low Hono,, Now Rioos, Now Fur.tll.r, Attollhlo aiters
Excellent Accommodations for Ladies and Families. -
II E DIELEý7VJ ST*JGE STOPS J T TTIE DOOR
The Superior accomnmodations and conveientlocation of the Overland make it the most desirable stop
w . w. ITrI;(;ls 1. G. B
£,T. SAMUEL NEEI, C. E. C
MURPHY, NEEL & CO., T
Dealers in Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Milnr's, Freighter's FO
STOCKMEN'S and FARME's SUPPLIES.
At Helena, Deer Lodge & Ft. Benton, M. T.
And Fort McLeod, N. W. T.
COMMISSION AND STORAGE, s S'
R ECEIV~ERS AND FORWARDERS.
Frei-hters byT Land and River,
In connection with the reliable OE A
COULSON LINE STEAMERS ON MISSOURI RIVER
AND NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R' St. PAUL TO
through rates from Eastern cities to all points in Montana. BA
Livery, Feed 8 Sale Stable
Main Street, Fort Benton, M. T.
We are prepared to furnish sceommodations for all kinds of stock.
GOOD HAY AND FEED ALWAYS ON HAND
Se have in connecion with our stable
Fairbank's Standard Platform Scales
and will do weighingat reasonable rates
GEO. STEEL'S For
STEAM SAW MILL.
Wolf Creek, Prickly Pear Canon, Benton Road 8
BOARDS, 80ANTLING, SHNLS, , Etlc. 4tc
Assortmnent ofLumber Constantly on Hand at the 0
Sun River Lumber Yard.
YE M. A. FLANAGAN,
BENTON DRUJG STORE
Notions Confetionery, Paints Oilt, 'arnishes ri aO bss, S &g1be ,i E iL Loampzi. ..IGtsc
Is879 B.A.Et LIN E 1879
RED CLOUD AND GOL. MACLEOD
Thie elegant and commodious Steamer Red (loud will leave St. Louis on tbe 25tl day ( O Ma:ob. isT~ ..id
will ply between Fort Be:ton and Bi.marck dunri g the comig e.." eason. Th< StCr e" Col. ,iacleH wi ,
Bismarck at the opening of ,-vigation and pl5y between Fort Bentonii and BHlli;rek (lurin the season. Te
Company will run four of' th, lbess steamers on the Upper Missouri.
For IF eight or Pssage .Apply to
I "- BAKER & CO., FPort Benton, M.- T. S. C. ASHBY. Heien,, M. T
I. G. BAKER & Co., 219 Olive Street, St., Louis, Mo.
TROUGH BILLS OF LADING FROMI THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THE EAST AND CANADA,
_ ". - - mo. . 7ý ý r r w`~_2 .
1. G. GBAKER, St. Louis. Mo. W. G. CONRAD, Fort BRnr,or
C. E. CONRAD, Fort M,,,leod. JOHN H. CONRAD , FeI Bnonr~.,
T. C0- I B...0E1EMA
Fort Benton, Montana Territory
EASTERN OFFICE, 219 Olive Street St. Louis, Mo.
WHQOISESALJE AI\T-D IETAIL
DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE
And Proprietors of
BAKER & C0.'S BONDED LINE
From Easter Canada to the Northwest Terrietory.
WE ARE IN RECEIPT OFf
A Larger Stock of Assorted MIerchandise
TI.Ld3' .Is",7 OTHiER 1o TUE I Vi T.LVJ
Special Inducements to Cash Buyers.
Will11 ,I3gr t.le E-.~irhest fate
Will Contract Freight from all Eastern Cities to all Points'
Will INSURE Goods via the Missouri River
Port Benton, - - - Montana
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