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A ~Ight t. i. ndnersitnmding.
A tich citizeti of Detroit lay upon his
dying bed. All his lifetime lie had been
kniowll a a sound business man, and oft
and again his fellow-citizens had come to
him for business advice. lie was dying in
his old age, but t yet his intelleetwas bright
and sould. When he knew that he had
but a few lhours to live, he called his only
son to hint and said, "George, I am going
to die, anId before I go I want to speaka
few words with you. You have neither
trade noor profession; you simply wander
p illld downt squandering all the money
you get hold of. In the last ten years I
have given you over twelve'. thousand dol
tars. What has become of it?"
.CGone up the spout'." ws thw e mournfl
reply.
"But I shallt not 'ttlbraid von," cottinued
the father. "I have made a will, I had
live lawyers ait work for a week, anlld I be
lieve it is sound. I am worth half a mil
lion dollars. I have willed you one-fourth
of this amount tand given your mother--"
•You haven't gone an:d willed her the
big tud, have you '" interrupted the son.
"George, I thought it was best, and I
'low ask you to promlise mle that-"
"Can't do it-can't possibly do it, faith
"G(eorge, woni'l you promise me to stop
drinking?"
-0(I, thats' it ? Yes, father, ! protmise
with all my heatrt. I tloughlt yoult wanted
to bitd tue not to set tl1p a plea of intuanity
;land buttt that will into the middle of next
week in athot :1 York tminutte. Go on,
lhthi'er"
Mild W >inters,.
Il ainss er to the common dolefull remark h.
ta:tl mild Winters are inwhlolesome, the
I'hil.tleilpml l tia iuntotsnes a table i
showing the number of deaths in Philadel- a
iphia during the thirteen weeks of this win
ter, compared with the deaths during the
same period of the preceding year. The
months of December, Janutary and Februa- ,,
ry, 1878-9, which were "seasonable,"
showed 4,6(02 deaths- ; hiiie the same
months in 1879-80, which were held to be
"llnseasottnable."' and "nllwholesome," be
cause they were mild, show but 3,996
deaths-or 606 less in the mild winter than
in its immediate predecessor, which was,
of the average kind.
'Tommy's Prayers.
'Tommy Ihald walays een accustomed to
say :hls, pratyers tnder hir mother's direc
tion, but one night he was left to aittend to
it himself. When his mother saw him
next morning, he said, "Mamma, 1 guess
I'll say payprayers to myself after this. It
taakes'me feel better. 'quainted with God,
and I can tell him things better when you
ain,t listerig n "n :
Thie moost terrible maladies sometimes re
-itlt fromt disappoidtment in love. They
tell of a young man in New York State
v io wars rejected by his inamorita, and
itortifllation iiunediat:ely set in.
BENTON M9tARKET REPORT.
sugar, gr. a . ........ ..... is 0o
Sugar, corffeesi .. .... . . .... . 15 00o
'Sugar, stan.dardc. . . 4 5i
Sugar, lightibrown ... So Io
Bacon, eides ............ ... .... .. .. 1
Bacon, bleakfast 15
Syrup, 5 gall.kegs Belcher's 4 it)
Lard, Fairbank'a tins. .. .
Lard, Fairbank's caddies. 16
Beans, wht navy
Wire, Carolina 1
Hominy.... ....4
Cornmeal.... ....... . . .. 4 So
Coffee, Rio...... .
('of'ee, Java . ........... ..... ....... .. S
Yeast powderg,S oz. per.doz ...... 0
Yeast powders, large, per lb. .
.-ot oil, percas . 4 So
SNails, per keg............. ...... o
Raisins, aye, layers hole .............. 25
Raisins, layers, halves .... 75
Rabsip.,layeri, gurs ...............I oo
Tea, Imperial . . 1to
Tea, Young'l on . .... . . 85
'l'ea, Gunpowder ..... .I co
Tea, Shoushong ...... ..... ................. 6
Tea, Congou.... .. ... . . 837"'
candles ,. , . ....... 18
5sonali Dobbinsa' Electric . 7 5
Soap, whI Italian, per box . . 7 o
Scoap, German ..... 00............. i
Soup, Shafer's ex family ........ .. .... 5 oe
Soap, Shafer's 1 palm . . .... ... .... I o
Soup, Castile.. ..2 . ...2.....2
White lead, per lb..... . . . .. 14
Boiled oil, per gall ...... .... ........... 1So
'rtrpentine. per gal! .. .. o..
Rim ire ctgs, t 6, per m. .i.. o 1. o
Central Are rigs, 73, per a. . 18 o
c:entral fire etga, 70, per mI.. ... 40 oo
Montana xxx flour . .... 4 50
Soda, per lb .... .
Kingsford starch, 6 Ibs, per box .......
Alden apples .. . ... I
Western apples 1o
Peeled peaches . IS
Uo peeled peaches. t .e ..t.. . Ito
Uurrantta.. . . . . . . .... . .. la
t~runes, French ........... ..... 18
Prunes, Turkish ....................... 13
W hortleberries... ........ .... .... ..... 3
Cherries pitted ......................... 3
Blackberriesa...... ..... ............... 1i
Rtasptitriess ... ... .................... 35
CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS.
ictaches, 21, pounds, per caae.... .. . . o
Pears, 2;, pounds, per case. ......... 8 50
Strawberries, ai pounds, per case..... 8 5o
Aprieots,2,a pounds, perease............ 8 io
4r r5E CANtisE, FRunts,
iteachies, a poullds4 , pere ase....... ... 50o
Peachesa,3 pounds, per easeo............. 8 o
Whortleberries, a potnds, per ease . 5 on
Raspberries, a pounds, per case....... 5 0o
Red cherries, a pounds,per case.. .. 4 50
Vltitecherries,a pounds,percase.... a co
Gooseberries, a potlds, per case .. 4.. 0o
Apples. 3 pounds, per case.. .. .. 50
b seRSRVEs, Jl5IiRS AND JAMS
Ausolrted jatns, ia p0ondits, perease .......
, Assorted preserves, a pounds, per case o00
,Assorted jellies, a pound, per case... i 00
. CANNED nEGEI'TABLE-.
''oinl'tss.. pondsi0tlpecnse .... 4 00
Tomtatoes, 8 pioundats, per case 5 5t
Stringtbeans, tosuns.tu petrease 4 . 0
L,in beanus, a poudts per case t o0
\V titnowi Corit,.2 tiooastld per case . . o.
McCalli , piotnda per ease .... . 7
iii s,\ pou, L nd.llld. t'er case. . . .. 4 So
Pen''. 2 pouiialt' per case , 4 So
I'igsfeet, 0.,p.ounda, .pere ase ...... . ..... 7 0
4'norned beef. a poud.s, per c40e . ... o
Tripe,a pounds. per case . ... 7 o
lead choeseq u plsusts, per ease ...... .. so
Sausage, a piellnds. pe'r ase , 00(
ethieken, . pounds, per ease . 15 soo
Turkey, 2 polunds,-percase . 15 0o
Quails, 1 pound, percease. . 1 on
I'otted Iham, )o l, nd per case .,. 0o
PstrtCe' ton.gut. ' pondiper ease . . as
h'aitton. I poutand.4 doz, per ase 9 i
L.obCI'ers, 1 Ipumnd doz,.perlease 10 as
Makere.l,I posind4.do5. pierease ... to
Oysters,' l poun.d.idoi, per eise. . 40
arrdinec.. a l1Olborxes, per ease 1§ O
aotdinel,', tOO tasse. per 'ase - o,
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Fort Benton, Montana Territory. Stean
Will]
EASTERN OFFICE, 219 Olive Street St. Louis, Mo.
BANKERS, FREIGIITEES
INDIAN TRADERS,
STEAMBOAT OWNERS,
e WHQOLESA.IiE A3D EREJTAI- LT`
SDEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
And Proprietors of
BAKER & CO.'S BONDED LINE
,o00 From Eastern Canada to the Northwest Territory.
0o
0o WE ARE INIT RECEIPT OF,
A Larger Stock of Assorted Merchandise
TlLtod.Va. OTHER HOUSE I.;OTOE&T.L.OS
Special Inducements to Cash Buyers.
'T Vl11 E'Pa3uly e High est Iates
, for OlcXf2BEI cde F1TBRLS.
Will Contract Freight from all Eastern Cities to all Points
In Montana.
Will INSURE Goods via the Missouri River.
ThTTN'7(YN 'R
TOBACCO SEGAR AND NEWS DEPOT
1
I shall always keetp in stock choice
Domestic and Imported Segars,
Best of Fine Cut & Plug Tobacco,
CANNES, NUTS, TO.S, NOTIONS, oTATIONfERY, ANCY .0ODS, ICTURE FRAES, Eto.
All the Leading Papers will bei found on the Counter.
FRONT Street. G. W. PAYNE
Thc
will
Bisi
Cot
SRINI\SaCII3lnT & t110o, FORI IIEE'1'ON, v.' I lmDT & BLO O., u n , ' EN
W. I. W IMAR & C(., DE I 1.O.D( . T. L. . FOSTER & I 0O. IUTTE M. T.
I.
ij
KLE.INSCHMIDT & BR,
KKLEINSCHMIDT # BRO.
'h .les. -W le And lRetil Dealers in
Grocerie, ~ -
Liquanr, and Cigars,
Drygoods and Notions, "
Clothing and : :Gets' Furntshiing Goods, _i
HatS and Caps,
+Boots and Shoes. , ..
-ALSO-
General Forwarders, Freighters, and
Commission Merchants.
Owning six of the largest Mercantile Houses iu Montana, being
the heaviest shippers in the Territory: atd having the best buyers
in the &astera -Markets, we are prepared to seH our, ,Goods and
furnish geeralt iits at prices that deft cQlhaipoti
We have t1 ti oly fireproof Warehouse in" Beton, *nd having the I
best fiilit&s for handlin- & d storixxn we offer superior inducements `s
to parties in any pjart of; the Territory desiring to ship goods via
Fort Benton. We pay the 'highest price for
is will find
ofaiy 3eotip Iirtesdeitýlt o pt'l sig r(o
itto tei tc' t 4, : i ad cs ,i ne I .re i rp're'~ue ai~kf
ýýlt~s~ltt eý
1880 BENTON I..IE- 1880S
P. C -g T. -eaeral1 -Maager, =
dHelenar, 7Pontana.
JOIHN H. HARLES, Superintendent, Sioux City. J. C. BARR, General Agent, 193 S. Water St.Chicago.
ACENTS.
ACENTS.
7T' C( POWER & BRO..
C. POWER & Co., Fort Benton 3M. T.
Helena, M. T. TB]
L. F. BOOTITe€
P. BAKER,
St. Louis, Mo. 415 Brd N.
I .i. T.
STEAI.ERS i Thi
BENTON, HELENA and BUTTE.
Bismuar
Lhe above named Steamers are three of the finest vessels on the Upper Missouri, and are commanded by three of the most experienced and popular DAK(
Steamboat Captains on the river. 'or
DATE OF DEPARTURE
Steamer Butte, ANDY Jonas6, M.aster, will leave Bismarck on or about April 10. Steamer \elena, leaves Sioux City, April 10. ScWamer .co
Bentol will leave St. Lpuis April 17. For FJ.'ght or Passage apply to Agents, or at the office of the C(ompan::y, 193 South Wnter Strcet. ..
Chicago, Ill I.. I'.
Will ply regularly, forming a weekly line to Fort Benton. Through Bills of Lading from New York, Chicago, Saint Louis, and all
Eastern Cities. _ '.
T CO ST
Wt have marked down our Entire Stock of Winter ('lothing.
Gents' Fitrnishing Goods, Mats, Caps, Boots, Shnes, 'T:ruuke, V:alises, &e., &C J
At (ost! At Cost!
-To lMake R1oom For
OUR SPRINGSTOCK
We ha
Our Stock is full in Assorttmel t, and will he kept up by Additional Shipments by Express during the Entire Winter. We our
ONLY ONE PRICE!;rm
And We deal honestly. Quick Sales and Small Profits is our -Motto.
Buffalo a id California Blanket Coats
Made to Order.
Our Clothing is all made by tile Best of Tailors, and cut in the Latest Styles. Try us betbre buying elsewhere, and be
Convinced.
Owning
HIGHEST CASHI PRICES PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF FURS AND ROBES.
COUNTRY ORDERS SOLICITED AND PEOMPTLY FORWARDED BYMAIL OR EXPRESS.
HIISHBERG & NATHAN,
Fort Benton, M. T.
Throln
1.880 M...~_, LINEIo880
BO
From
RED CLOUD AND GOL. MACLEOD
The elegant and commodious Steamer Red Cloud will leave St. Louis on the 25th day of March, 1880 andEa
will ply between Fort Benton and Bismarck during the coming season. The Steamer Col. Macleod will leave
Bismarck at the opening of jiavigation and ply between Fort Benton and Bismarck during the season. The
Company will run four of tht hIesl steamers on the Upper Missouri.
For Freight or Pssage Apply to
I. G. BAKER & CO., Fort Benton M~- T. S. C. ASHBY, Helena, M. T.
I. G BAKERT &' Co., 219 Olive Street, St., Lonis, Mlo.
TRvUGH BILLS 0o LDING FROIM THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF THE EAST AND CANADA,
--G-O TO---- 1I
For 11fen's and Boy's
CLOTHING,
Gents' Purn ish'gGood,
IL.TW, 'ATN,. JR.U "KS,R Etc. I
In Blanket Coats, Chinchilla and Beaver
U-sters a-d Overcoats the prices
have beeti reduced to compete '
with Eastern Markets. r o r.
ORDERS BY MAIL ARE PROMPTLY FILLED
.w .. , J. Hv"'uNErRCERi BAKERY At
OVERLAND - HOTEL.
e~lown se hwpa News OFelr~tiir Atlllelitr
f o D s O oExce lleiiV A cco mn r oda tiolls for Ladies and Fam ilies .
S·XF.OPS SIT THENO DOOP
·h '7
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)blH. Gamble,
PROPRIETOKR
...I
SSTREET, FORT BENRTON1, If T.
e beg to- iuoir ouar friends and the COP
i `generally, that we are now pre- AN
dto .supply thmaair or others with
;d aid pastry of all kintd, which we
ant to be jirst class
1 C POWBR &BIOTB
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
RM ENERAL ERCHAINDISE.
FORT BENTON, M. T.
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION,
GOMIIAITORS, BANKItR8 AND FR l lElliTS,
• have always on hand the largest assortment of merchandise, and F
our tacilities for supplying the local and general trade are superior
to those of any other house in Montana.
rmor's, Freihtor's, linlr's Mano Nalhnics sniDAsos e
Agricultural Implements of all kinds,
Highest Prices Paid for
:ning the fastest Steamers on the Upper Missouri River, and having our own
wason trains constantly plying between the head of navigation and all points
in Montana anid the Northwest Territories, we are enabled to offer more
satisfactory inducements to shippers than can be obtained fr omIc
any other house, and will give
irol Bills oL baingflh hicaiio & St. Lolts to tiloI 1
We are also proprietors of the
IONDED "BLOCK" LINE.
Will Transport Freight In Bond.
om the Seaboard to the British Northwest Territory
Marine Insuriance at Low Rates
Easte rn Ofice,8S3 eiParket Street, Chicago, lUlinois,
MURPHY N EL OQ
, T..MU.PYll SAMUEL NEEI, GI INS
MURPHY, NEEL & CO.,
lealers in Wines, Liquors, Tobacco, Miners', Freighters'
STOCKMEN'S and FARMER's SUPPLIES.
Lt Helena, Deer Lodge & Ft. Blenton, i1. T'
And Fort icleeod, N. W. T.
COMMISSION AND STORAGEi,
RECEIVEWRS AND FORWARDERS.
'reio'hter, by Land and Rjiver,
SIn connection with tho reliable
OiLSONT u LIINE STEAMERS ON MISSOUR1 R1gI¥R:
NIwe NORTHERN PACI IC R. R ST. FAIJL T0
through raee fr E ea s tri es to all p i r.nts n : . .
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ION LINEl FOR 1880
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ES STEAMERS,
BJBI B HORN, E!OSE BUD.3
VAR WST. EY AE. '
E('ciIPSE. HL ACK IIILL,.
i4JA\'%I 12 . ID.)KOTA.
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r:tt' tot v·tn I'itt-dittig anti all no
the Ohio: St. Lois Ii att~o ('jiv St.
toph. thtiiaha. Sioux (.'itt' Yaiikton,
I3iarIck to :311 toil1t) i11
MF OTA AND MONTANA.
:! FBRErGPIT ON PIiSA1GI IPPLI
TOe S. H. CXO1 iSE, IHELTN%.
t)U. Itutll·on, "__>`, North Sccond St., S t. Lcniii
ar~ltn Bttrady, fron troet' St. LoI .
[.e'ool: 27 1)1 Xine Street. CI hi tin i.
1 . ". I.'fl-. \ Vatc32tr-1001 Pittburg'.
II. (apron. (13(lark Street. I -nta)
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3oh.rt oa'e. :t"e, e W t.;t \ter St. nukeo.
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(3. t ant'orn . 1'. 7.i..S . Pa Minn.

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