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(1 Iiwe a 1k. j t V .drm it StSh enkin S \ i ,atr' day. t SUa nato1ysin . . tht',. ý' wroutp a I. , -, , ! ?: } I; : ,,}i, lrn anl the i ' .,vl.l eni t h e S ,. . i ..! : .l River, r i . . " " . .:ilors ,, optrted, wlol S , the appoint . . ,, ,:t,; ·Tt fý rt.;illl) '. %rICt,." l arrived f rom Foree ,,, ; l nosy evening an tLt a tll n to morn , o t h" t a'ilor's -o rse, wh, i; ,.r. si O on Christina " " 2;,,, .,1 thae thermo -r ozen to thi S -.. ., , ' - tin s t th e theo n S ti r iintg of oine ttinoorinle Eddie . .f l , rparaded Front Ida Sdance, and a wedding Mary 1 )a .. f, were among the Jenn ::, t. o ''tn valley oin. Harr Louhi !,ll .,i , on at, the C'entennial Fost, tn iritna. lni hit. Tleo enter- Thor S a ` co'p.t!'t SnCcess and an Jam( L . ,,ii i: sý, sired. Angt , .rns that a girl of the W illi - , ii, t l b'" th other night. G eo i, ;- . r t i' de hand, bu' . . arrit eI in town on Tues .shi ,l,,I of pork for the Benton Su .I a ,anmier of fat turkeys, all and h·lid he dipos,'ld of at fancy figures. Who i Frnt io r C!ub gave another social Who ie t:,in!n:t 'rn Christml s Eve. The Who ;Wr wOS. wa!ll aittended by Ithe ladies and Avei Iltrntn of Bent(n, and passed off in Avei ; ii.t , a isfartor ir m annier. Perc For fine wtiat!ces and jewelry examine Whr itok received by Mr. John Glass All Whc s aire warranted as represented. Who ;, modrate. A choice lot of stern li:i ;sand Sentting watches in stock. Givi A it!niaber of interesting articles have recit a rdcived for the enlarged edition of i,. rac'oan, and we have reason to port i'vi' tih paper will be the most inter- Joh n. ail reliable journal ever published Jo tie .Territor v. Map 91:riff Iairnly and Deputy Sheriff Tal- Eii .. who lvft town on oficial business a Anr ek sa, last Monday, have not yet re- Ren rind. No fears are entertained for Fre :ir safty, but they are having one of Lou h, rd(est trips ever undertaken by Ri] t! it t i. in this country. Jan d\r. C(.rlIey Shaft, an old time resident Edi M+ itana and experienced book- Rot 11 t-r and copyist lately arrived from Isma SNorth and is now seeking employ- Mic Si t at Benit n. Any person in need of Nel :. Shaf's services will please leave p !rt at t.he Rt cotin cfice. pore The fo.it-raee between Bennie Philips ter ,i lu hih.' e noprofessional, was won by la ittr ntl attitday List. Rush came btltt six ';,l:t tahi ati ,f his opponent, r:1i d it with s.otch (-as:e lhat the old -ai whil lBve s:rte difiuenlty in getting tin .o',hr ucatell, Ie fooled the boys 1 iy. whi ltr. Jlnhtn Savage, the Chef de Cuisine wi th ,verlard hlotel, g,t up one of the I -'sý (.hi rieslinas dinners ever served in I iotn. We have a copy of the bill of I re. lbut the list of good things is entirely - CY I1 r • " . . vet In lin fIor present publication. It is tunhi'ih. eho'vever, to say that even the i',rianid elver before gave so fine a - ,On M,intday last, Michael Morton was aind froze, to death within a few miles fhis l.,rne on Belt Creek. Morton had - -'t ,wn tihe dtay previous, partly intoxi ittd, anil ,tas met on the Highwood aI i h !venr: Niehoff, who used every r t hlue him to return, but without tecess. Hle reached Highwood in a half izein conditioii, but insisted upon 'Lotinuing his journey, and was found t'ad by Meysrs. Smith & Castner, who re -roeeded to his home on Belt Creek, and o0 -turniig in company with M. Byrnes, p rouglht the body to Benton. It will be .iembered that deceased's wife and hild were diowned in crossing Belt Creek ast spring, and that Morton wU.s arrceotod n1 suspicion of havinFg been the cause of their deaths. He was acquitted, however. and since then had lead a very dissipated A liife. The only member of this family now alive is a boy about 15 years of ag', who is heir to considerable property owned by c his parents 1tr, Turner says ther was nothing stran e± or peculiar about his prinecedings : Li,'nut. Kroise's well at an early hour - ,, theI inu)rni:g of the 24th of I)ecember. thI spirit thernimometer had recorded 52 dier,=es below zero that morniing and h was seen slowly arising from a sixteen !',ot well where he had been down to break the ice an inch thick preparatory to obtaining a bucket of water. Considerable surprise and dissatisfac tion was felt by the failure of the parties whol took the responsibility of calling a imetiaig of the citizens of Benton, to put in an appearance on the 22nd instant. The advertisement which appeared for Ieveral weeks in the REcoan was handed us by Mr. John Lepley, and the gentleman being one of our most reliable and a responsible citizens we of course inserted the ad. without question or hesitation. The severe weather of the past two weeks has probably prevented Mr. Lepley from coming to town, but we trust that he will either bring ,r forward a full and satisfac tory explanation of his absence at an early date. We learn that quite a number o' gentlemen residing in remote sections of the county came to town for the express purpose of attending the meeting, and were quite disgusted on finding that the affair did not come off. Letus hear from you, John. SCHOOL REPORT. Monthly Report of District School No. 1 for December, 1S79. GRAMMAR DEPARTMENT. Whole No. of days' attendance........ 390 Whole No. of days' absence............ 44 Whole No. of days' tardiness.............. 100 Whole No. of boys enrolled........... 17 Whole No. of girls enrolled............ 12 Total No. enrolled ................ ...... 29 f Average monthly attendance............ 29 I Average daily attendance............. 26 Percentage of monthly attendance... 80 SROLL OF HONOR Eddie Moale ............................ 9 Ida Payne..,........ ............... t a Rl rnkm-.-----...................... . 6 Mary Connolly....................... 7 Jennie Evans............................... o larry Stanford............................. 5 Louisa Pratt........... . ............ 7 i Foster Moale........... .............. 7 Thomas Dyball...................... 7 I James Perrine............. ........... 7 August IBeckman .................. 5 e W\iiic- Samples........................-.. . 6 t. George Kanouse..................... 7 C. EATON, Teacher. PRIMARY DEPARTM~INT. Summary of attendance, scholarship and deportment: Whole No. of pupils enrolled......... 37 Whole No. of girls enrolled............ 10 Whole No. of boys enrolled............ 27 Average No =belonging ............. 36 Average daily attendance................ 25 Percentage of attendance ............ 70 Whole No. of days' attendance...... 326 Whole No. of days' absence............ 135 Whole No of times tardy................ 100 ROLL OF HONOR, Giving 3 credit marks for every perfect recitation, and 5 marks for perfect de portment : Thomas Powers........ .............. 160 John Vann................................. 106 Maggie Currie.............................. 102 Oliver Tingley.............................. 180 Emma Beckman .......................... 79 Anna Duval ................... ........... 75 Rena Healy ............. ........... 169 Freddie Conway....... ....... ....... 168 Louis Trombley ............. ....... 100 Richard Croff.................. ....... . 120 James Marshall .............. ............. 157 Edith M an....... ......... ............... 70 Robert Tingley...................... 86 C Isaac Hunsberger ........................ 80 Michael Connolly ..................... 70 F f Nelse Vaillan ............... ... 90 B Prizes awarded for punctuality and de portment to Miss Rena Healy and Mas s ter Oliver Tingley. MARY E. FINNEGAN, Teacher. 1 EsI rays Take" Up. r 1 eream mare and colt. Mare has three white f-eet. St hay mare and colt. Mare has one white foot. 1 1 hay mare. n 1 mouse colored mare. )f 1 roan mare. 1 black horse with three white feet ; 9 Y years old ; saidle marked. is 1 brown horse. e 1 jet bla'ck horse. a None of the above described animals are branded. The owners can have them by proving property and pavilig charges. is W. H. BARtNARFD,' Fort Shaw, M. T. LUMBER. If I am prepared to fill ALL bills 'n for lumber, shingles or lath at id reasonable rates at my saw mill d on Lyons Creek, near the Prickly bs Pear Canyon. Address, be t. S. ELLS, Care of James Fergus, ed Fort Beuton Road, E H. P. ROLFE, I ATTORNEY AND COUN"ZLO?"-AT-LAW. 7 Y Collections and Business Promptly At tended to. IOII L 4 LE. yA h1 a! ,', n n,. 10 1 - Dir1x!2. - 1 n o i v re ri.l, . 4T"w, . 1 i. i ,. :! 1 h t ii I I. s0in~h . I: il i liiat1) '.,r. 1 1 !',I et lea r w ,V rall. 3 1 110., l in l r. anad o V rls.. The holr has sIdlels t ret ,, r en( in i n1oi,<ary. W.iglht of( o lii. SI.;02 p ' pa ls. T"h1, :o \vE i-1 (. '+ nw «, r,, l t.o r' , :1 and is firstt (.lass in every respect. S A dr-s,. .JOIN S E 1:1)M AN, S'Maehinist'au l ' 1a 1-as 1IuIlr. Hllee:a, M. T. - Centennial Hotel, GEORGE W. BEAL, Proprietor, CORNER OF MAIN AND GRANITE STREETS COSMOPOLITAN 30 HOTEL. 14 -o 17 los. 37 & 39 Main Street 12 29 29 E-3TZEeTA, r.V T. so 30HWAB & ZIIYIIERI1IA'1 Prrnrietors. 1' I -- - ---- ------ -- - ----- ·'; August Beckman, 7 Saddle and Harness Maker, 5 OPPOSITE KLEINSCHMIDT'S STORE, ; 'U] FRONT STREET, 0 Fort Benton, X1. T. !7 j. Repairing a Speciality. '0 6 0 "THE JUNGLE," gr et TALBERT: :&I ENGLE 'S ;, e- iO -NNEw-- th 30 WINE, LIOtUOR ANDj REFRESHMENT t to 19 to 75t SALOON, ;I1 n8 n 00 <c 20 FORT BENTON,: f. T. 57 70 86 Customers will be served only with the 70 Finest of Wines, Liquors and Sears o90 o e as NEWV LJ.UDRY. Mrs. Kate Armstrng has leaed thr Benton er Laundry. and is now preparod to txeento lanwhly work intrustod to her care with .oineltn-,s and di'< - patch. I'articular attention pnaid , irild- walhing. KATE ARMISTRONG . .tl ti C BENTON STABLESJ, one JAMES CASSIDY. JAMES M'DEVITT a ii 9 c Casidy & MoDevittL als s enm Feed, Livery and Sale Stable HORSES BOARDED BY THE DAY OR WEEK. UHs Day and Night Hierd. illSADDLE HORSES, LICHT AND HEAVY TURNOUTS aurnished on short notice anD4 at rea ad. sontlraep TL 1 ~ 0110 1-ico Wily_.. Gent'.ý lls ; L oods i~a-Et' I .'"ilrhfltý ORDERS BY "M fL !IRE P IWPTLY ,-!LLcD ORB Pilse Ofijr1 __ V AI 1 'I' ll C It E4'I I,, -t v, c, at ! '6' it v F m :3."'1l44 -'It 4-. ,, i i i . .t - \ . . . i ,". : - ,.s 1,' \_ +t1,,ni ·· I1· i s ,1, 1 t!·~ · i ., t 11'11. '444.N 4 4i 4 in 4 s lit' c li,. i l,. ri \ ,, rs m Is li ·v ii w. wwi ;1 , p,\rlpN I p i-A.T ýý b e'a a, iýý 1) *k 1E I il. ii ii , "i.4 t ') n t i!- . . a " " A n i;'l ! ' . , 1 , ! 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[4)dud'iu 44444 it HI)'' ' Iri 44f on.44tad)a, 44) 4444 fit i' 1st [,EAT.] ('h1r ein4u , this I" 1t) 4;14) 4fe~t'i 4)4 r4 i '.'44 "-a 4f 4)4)4 Lo4444 44n)4 4144)44 " . 444444)4 h)4 4)444441~ ~ ~ ~ ~~lAT' 44444 4444)t''41l4. ' 1 I f tJ. .. IONNELLY, Attorney ftO l' ltilli ii In the District ('ourt f the Third Judi -a Diri of the Territory of 3htntana, in and fr i tiU" .ie itv of ('h otatoa n . Mufiih Boykin, plainiff, against David B kmn dendint.it The peolIe of the T.rritory of Montana , , greeting to the above nan d ,l-'nilant: i on iare hereby roeqir d to alp'par in 0o1 ".-ti ii t .y b r o n gh t a t fa i dn st y n n b y t i e t - a b v o n a n i , .d p i·i ' : l . i u the district court of til- ti ir jtvlicit iiiii t ti tio . rritory of 'ontana, i !i -c fir tl 'I y within tin days (exc-tin i: of the' day ,ýf , vi,', the srervice oin you of tlit sunu' n A , if i r I this district, iwiiiiti n ti t daye ; otiO cw' i-i-i 1:-;. d ; vs,. ir jiulLnent l,3 ýl.i,: ,it fill! he ta!,:.l : ·..::ý-t lul. actc rdinn i t) ti t e pay"p of - lllt rrr [I M i£- rt ! l said action is broulght to .o tblin a dee ,,f e-h f ,,at dissolving th*" bronds. of h n(tttimu.ry now vxi.ti't" b - tween the said plainiti and the said d-ieM d ut , :-illi for such other and ftrther reli'f as may be ail -'tu: id to equity. to And o are hereby notified that if youl thil to appear and answer thle said coiil ii it, .s irtov i rl Pired , the cid paintitt wid t ik' doauilt ag-ilit Atn, a pd apply to th r te our ' !i th ,relic i demn ed in her compllaint herein. Given nt drin my hand and the seal of the district court of the third judicial tistrict of thii I-rritry of Mottanat, in and for thei County of ti i :oau. [SEAL] this 18th d y of "e ptenllber, ia the v-y:' of ouT Lord one thoustnd eight hun ri'ed and seventyA I. BEAT'E, Cerk seventynine ,By J. TI. Cat.ownrL. DOp. tCl.rk. J. J. DONNELLY, Attorney for Plaintifft . .. ..-I L'DY IL P. ~ I-I Y Mrs. L-,ah Ward having retired from the ltndiry blut-iless calls upon aii P, _ kitho i c itdebted to h-r to 0eh tirlloliqt- . t to her tolLE.II W A D. Collection NotiCe. hate Saitut ttel r i t':ii Iii a: dli' alJo~ T ttorney for cllectiou RS. ELLEN SOWEr. NOTI. CE. wfy wfe Sopha having left my bed and baird with out just cause or provocation, and without my con sent, I caution all persons against trusting her on my ea arc9nat, as I will not pay any of her bills.i TJIOI TIA LACY. Tevt Pent", X. T.,Qtobtbr 2t, 1879.5 T. S. -BR P= :- .aofic I OI S~atcmteaker and Jeweler . --Fi;iONT .- 'EET-- A F'on·9 r- n 1) i ont. n. It I C) 3 Oti A MONT guaraateed $12 dollarg a Ut 10) a, ma i,, by the industrious. Capita It requlil : wil stai t yti A l. wol nnt , wo La boys nlol 'all'Ig lticr Imake l man v O :i'a "worll : fol r usl thian at $1 SW .athic': n ae. The work is light and J pleasant and c i yo i t I . hos· who are wise , s th; nic e . will so d us their at:resis at once Sa , t 0, ns vs. t irais and outfit rI' ,e". 'i hus i i 2,alr! t aw1 k } are7U layil:g up largo sums 18 $18 lnei4a bo l Piver Casoe, With Gold ,:T z. W k tw;" f l se14 C. 0. 1 - ,I. , tiea a 9tyre, -#Yie F wi cTh' T ., T.,c NT.ose 1.ho arews v,, , c ', : c teir a>tr t O. ce s - ' frt H cit hpints and otit iet" OJ htn B ambleT 'V mein cinfor ourfrind and it pu le ..naz-I, t.h- arr nted , Gp ,d Wo ,i", tima~.- ieo s ot her. its r..Ic-d cc I xx en C- . -, c wI wa orno Ueci-t Ic c _as. fiMll PROPRT TLOW rict SSTBa'i, t9 1L BEbg, fI. T. in e E tgsh tFr inrcrm onur ericndCs ind the Cpunlic onraler, that e atre nO pre --~ P ODEsn DE2 l IVEyREDn a STIMON LEVINE, on- iW bg htFrencf ond oureriean Casndmet ptcCountry order promptly atr nlo tpre -n itoSlt~l ... uiie or, oter w-:1 .:;L;ith.-· J. WY. 41I LIu1a)eCut , PHYSICIAN & SURGEO: Ofle is hi,j prof slon:l sorsvicts to the citizens of F ienton andt viiinily, OFFICE at [Il:t:lna:.an's Drug Store. SLife. Fire Real Estate at Collecting Agency. Ott t .c-:: Main St., Helena, M. POLICIES ISSUED AND LOSSES ADJUST. AT THIS OFFICE WITHOUT ADDITIONA, COST TO THE INSURED. The llolwin i suind and reliable Corn anits are rep.osenit d by this Agency: IILTM IL LIFE lS['RAXCE C OF NEW YORK. Cash Assets, $88,000,00 _ IRE COMPANIES. AE:R'., C'i:TA A I. T',S. Co. of St. Louis. 1Mo., Cash Assets $ 802 1 CONTrlN iEXTAT, Ixs. Co. of N. Y. 3 27 i II(Oln E Iss. C(l. f New York 6 390 1: tER 'IHm:nTxs s. Co. of St. lJoeul, Misso ri ................ . 335 Pt',.:xlx N.S Co. of Brook lyn, N. Y.................. ....... 2 735 f( rg a SCoTrrits Covt *r I CIAT Ixs. Co. jpita of Glas(rv. Scotland. U. S. B. 676 n, at ST. .nc J ' & IM. Is. Co. of 'n- St Joc. ,Io ..................... 406 ( wise . once Sr. PAUL F. & 3M. Iss. Co. of sits St. Paul in ...................... 841 ! - otal..............................$ 15 546 i L18 Dressmakin, -AND n MI'illinev. on 1 Mrs.- Mary Savages FRONT STREET, S Next Door to Kleinschmidt & Bro., Fort IBenton, M. T., Is prepared to do all kinds of PLAIN AND FANCY MILLINER. Termin; retaso!al~ and satisfaction g . CHOP HOUSE. G. B. I.LANG (WORTHIY, Proprietor FRONT STREET, FORT BEIX ON, M. T. ALL NIGHT HOUSE Board, per week......................... $ I) IBoard, oer dayt ........................ LiL. 1 ;!Ton .................... Meals at, all hours of the Day or Ni: $ TO 90000 A YEAR. or $5 to $2 1 lj lp day io your own locality. No ri W.,tuin do as well al, men. Many make more tl the amnlilt: named above. No one ca-n fill to m mnily ja-t. Any one can do the work. You make from 5o:cts to 2 per hour by devoting y eve:ingS alnd sp ire time to thle business. It c nolthing to try it. Nothing like it for money mak ever offlred before. Business pleasant and stril hn nrable. toadter, if you wallt to know all at the best paying business before the public, send your address and we will send yuu full particu and private terms free; samples worth 5 also free you can then make up your mind for yourself. cress, GEORGE STINSON & CO., Portlaud,Mair 8o antain Gard ID. W. CURTISS, Pro the Box 44, Helena, M. T., One ihundred thousand Strawberry Plants; 000 Asparagus Roots, 10,000 Currant Bushes (w and red), 10,J000 Gooseberry Bushes (white and Also Raspberry Bushes, Pie Plant, Sage, 7 Bushes, Lilac Bushes, Phlox, Paeanias, etc. Little Gem, Blue Peter Peas, Extra Early Corn Strawt hry 3asts e By the 100 or 1,OC Cabbage, Tomato, Pepper, Egg Plant, etc., in I season. neaer PJIANOS AND ORGANS. to For Dent or Salte. F'ALL U I'JiIN II U 1879. INEW STORE I NEW GOODS. NEW PRICES SUN RIVER CROSSING, MONTANA. I n undersigned has now in store, and will be constantly receiving a complete as sortment of general supplies for RANOBMEN, &FREIGHTERS, TRAVELERS, Consisting or Groceries; - Dry Goods )N Boots & Shoes! SiI Hats & Cans Clothin* Druos MUedicines and in fact everything in the way or general eierc]na dc1iJse id Required by the community at large. Confident of my ability to furnish GOODS TED OF THE BEST QUALITY AT THE AL LOWEST MARKET RATES, e -epec mp y: fully solicit the patronage of residents (0. freighters, and the traveling public, and invite their inspection of my large and O0 constantly increasing stock. 114 9w.Xwar a sr. l wr 772 _ 2 F i r s t . N a t i o n al.B. . . m First National Bank - o- r HELENA. 654 DESICNATED DEPOSITORY 744 OF THE UNITED STATES.: 635 900 Paid up Capital $100,000 44 Surplus and Profls $100,000 S. T. HAUSER............... .. ..Presiden A. J. DAvis...................Vice President E. W. KNIORT......................Cashi T. H. KLEINSCHMiDT,.....Ass;stant Cashie We transact a General Banking Business, and Buy at Highest Rates, Gold Dust, Coin, Gold and Silver Bullion, and Local Securities; and sell Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers, available in all parts of the United States, the Canadas, Great Britain, Ireland and the Continent. Collections made, and Proceeds remitted promptly.. Interest Allowed On Time Deposits. Board of Directors: S. T. HAUSER, JOHN CURTIN, , A. M. HOLTER, R. S. HAMILTON, JNO. H. MING, C. P. HIGGINS, nuar GRANVILLE STUART, A. J. DAVIS T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT. George Croft. PROPRIETOR OF THE Mediciue LoWlg AND DEALERS IN 6. Tines: Lici uors 1.00 arid C irars sOc. Of the Best Imported Brands, Sight Ft. BENTON, TM. T., 20 a djoining the Centennial Hotel ,l WO ý O T E fwLLS 1 costs tr GUIDES AND TURNOUTS about lu For Travelers and Tourists furnished by Ad- D. KEIIYT aine - 8 - Mile Spings, B ENTON ROAD. The Helena and Benton Stage Line will leave passengers at the Springs, where experienced guides and substantial vehi cles will be furnished parties desiring to visit the Great Falls of the Missouri. 100 HOT SPRINGS! d red) SFour Miles From in ete Hs. elena. 00 This popular resort has recently been their fitted up, and now offers superior accom modations for families and others wishing to avail themselves of the beneits of the , Springu.