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The Benton weekly record. [volume] (Benton, Mont.) 1880-1885, April 06, 1882, Image 2

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SA IUEL SPAULDILN,
Proprietor.
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SHAVING, HAIR-CUTTING, SIIAMPOOING
AND DYEING. ar
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Hot and Cold Baths! I
FRONT STREET, FORT BENTON.
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The Leading Artists of Benton a
C
HOLTER & ELLS
-HAVE
100,000 Feet ofLumber
Besides a large quantity of dJ
Laths and Shingles,
On the way to Fort Benton.
Orders left with W. S. Wetzel, Fort Benton, will
receive immediate attention.
HOLTER & ELLS.
jeSott as
Spr
Bath House
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BARBER SHOP.
T
RtOWE'S BUILDING, near the Overland dt
hltel.
CHARLES BRYER, Proprietor.
Hot, Colld, anl edicatell Bags
The proprietor calls the attention of the afflicted
to his fine
MEDICATED BATHS. N
Containing all the constituent parts of the most
celebrated mineral springs, for the cure of Rhen
matism, Lumbago, Liver Complaints, and Scor
butic Affections, and all other diseases of The flesh
and nerves, prepared from recipes which have
been secured fronm one of the most expert analyt
ical chemistsof this age.
With thanks for past patronage and hoping for
a continuance of it in future, I remain,
CHARLES BRYER.
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JNO.KEENAN
At
House and Sign
Frc
PAINTER!
Graining
PAPERING AND
Kalsomining,
r'ORT BENTON, : 1ONTANA.
mrl8-d
WASHINGTON BREWERY,
Main Street, opposite Broadway,
Helena, .T.
WILNEJS, LIQUTO1iS
AND SEARBS.
JOHN STIENBBE1NNAR, Prop.
aprl4wti
FOR SALE
_.loron~n 811 6n , .1t_
RAMS.
These Rams are from the flBoks of some of
the best breeders of Thordughbred
Sheep in the United States.
The Merinos were
B.red by ion,. Geo. ErapBeU,,1
Of Vermont, and are eecialy adaptto the oil
uate of Montana, beoausef ,theiry coprtv
reedom from wrinkles an grease, ory.1 k
,.Our ranch is sovel miles frem Fort ~hi~ea..EI
wreanhti eleand t. See all artie tem s
Uhrornghbred sheep.
illdFCOrson, teae A De.
.1~3i ~ ~ ~ d'W= j-··.
AcconoaoUns8 for TIMMvlrs
E .J.T HOMAS,
DEARBORN CROSSINC,
Helena and Benton Road.
HORSES BDOJRDED
By the Day, Week or Month.
Travelers will find this the best house on the Hel
ena road for transient or regular board.
G Prices Very Reasonable.
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HARNESS,
! Bridles, Saddles, Whips,
Spvi.rB, crCo.,
Manufactured and sold by
August Beckman,
1 Franklin Street, between Power and Baker St&.,
FORT BENTON, 1!1. T.
CARRIAGE TRIMMING AND
UPHOLSTERING
In the best manner and at reasonable priees.
Repairing Neatly Done at Rea
sonable Rates.
- A Large Stock of
r MIll, Leak & Co.'* Gloves Always on
Hand.
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R. R. MILLS,
Proprietor.
The new mangement of this popular Restaurant
assures the public that the best table,, the most
. promptly served meals and the most attentive
waiters in the town can be found here.
Board by the Day, Week or
Meal.
And meals served at all hours of the day or night.
Call and see us.
augl7tf
Wm. JOYCE,
Fashionable Boot & Shoe,
Maker.
FORT BENTON, M. T.
The finest quality of French Calf-Skin
boots and shoes made to order
and warranted to fit.
Repairing Neatly Executed.
Country orders solicited and promptly
filled.
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PREMIUM PICTURES.
PREMIUM
GALLE RY!
rELENA, 1MONTANA,
MADAME M. H. ECKERT,
Proprietress.
The PREMIIU GALLERY has taken the
First Prize of Excellence
Every year for the past 5years, and was awarded
THE HICGHEST PREMIUM
At thelast Territorial Fair held in Helena where
THE BEST COLLECTIONS
From Chicago and other EBastern cities were ex
hifbited.
Madame Eokert's Callery
rasbeen removed to Uppier Main St.et, opposite
the Poat-oma e, whare her friends may feel
" 0 i s iur o ,',, ,t r iif ]i
SHOTEL SALOON
A. Billiard Hall'
(Next door to Largent House,)
SUN RIVER CROSSING, M. T.
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p. All theliet and mostpopular brandsof
-. WINES, LIQUORS,, BEBARS AND
TOBACCO
Otastantly on hand.
We have the best Best BLLIARD TABLES in
tow and dur bouatsis
Flrst-Class Ii all its Appelantents I
apriedwVt
-AT
TOX CHRISTIE'S
of
SALO, ON,
The Very Be+ t of ,
Can be.-l 'aiF.
JOHN J. KENNEDY. EDWARD KELLY.
Centre Market!
MAIN STREET,
FORT BENTON,MON TANA.
KENNEDY & KELLY, Proprietors.
BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, FISH, GAME
AND ICE.
Vegetables and Fruit in their season
p --o
We will purchase Beef and Stock Cattle, and are prepared to deliver
them on board of Steamboats at' Fort Benton, or at any other point
on the Missouri river, either by the head or gross weight, at LOWEST
rates.
dtf KENNEDY & KELLY.
THE
Chlotean House
FORT BENTON, M. T.,
Has the Very Best Accommodations in the City
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Sample Rooms and Headquarters for Traveling Men.
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BAR and BILLIARD ROOM .Attached !
Prices Same as Any Other House of Its Class.
J. SULLIVAN, Prop
F.C.ROOSEVELT & CO.,
At the Cor. of Main and Bond sts.,
FORT BENTO.N, M. T.,
ARE RECEIVING THE
Largest, Best Selected and
Handsomest Stock of
FURNITURE
Ever brought to MXlontana.
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ROSwoo D, IeBONY mao A NYAD1 WALNUT H
Upholstered Clairs and Loun2ges.
HOUSEHOLD, OFFICE, and STORE FURNITURE.
dtf
Neil McIntyre,
BOOT AND SHOE
MAKER,
FRBNTSri hEET, FORT BENTON, M. T.
USES O1 LY Th. EEST :LMETIAL.
ood Workmanship and Perfect Fits
G ara itead. .
Repairing Neatly and
Promptly Executed.
PRICES MODERATE
RIVER
Cor. Power & Franklin Ste.,
FORT BENTON, X 11. T.
RUFUS PAYNE,
Proprietor.
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HOB-S IOfENG AND WAGON
asmA.AI ;EriT-,
BLACKSMI :THNG
In All ItS Branches.
Good Work at Reasonable
ETROPOLITAN HOTEL
Corner Main an Grand sta.,
:HEJE A, -KONTAN4A,.
1 *, Nest and IIR.r-tUass
;&A Bar in connectio with the house, keep o
Ja e of Win uand Cigar.
ptronae tPubliesoe
+; +. + + - + / . +7 .;+. ,-+f+% +++ ;, .+ :+ +
++~ ~~ ~~; e+++++.++++· . +ri++
++ +NW'+N~+++. +'+
PORTUS B. WEARE. CHAS. A. WEARE
ESTABLISHED 1862.
P. B. Weare & Co.,
COMMISSION R T
MERCHANTS
in Crain, Seeds & Provisions,
MONTANA FURS,
Hides and Wool a Specialty,
193 South WVater St., l
CHICAGO, : : ILLINOIS
INTERNA TIONAL
HOTEL,
RIN & 8KLOWR, Pros!N
Corner of Main & Bridge Sts.
COSMOPOLITAN
HOTEL.
Nos. 37 & 89 Main Street,
ThFLTT TlN , M T. -
SCHWAB & ZIM[ERNAR,
Pro prietors,
ICE! ICE1 1 ICE
CONRAD, ETHIE f& EMBLETON
Are now ready -to eontract with
hotels, salbionsand the publiegen-I
erally, for their summer supply of U
Ice. The genuine French article,
and- don't -you forget it! Leave
your orders with JOE. CONRIAD)
At.I. G. Baker & Co.'s.
. ~rbw
RITUATIJO WANTED! be
T.rritory. ot afaid of work. Wgrages low fora moni
on tril. First-clas references wil bl be sent on appl.cgf
ton. Address 'W.M IL STWART
TO BUILDRS!
We beg to inform those who
contemplate building and who
wish anything in our line that
as soon as the river will permit
in the spring we will ship to Ben
ton the largest and best selected
stock ofecut stone ever brought to
this town. This stock comprises
window and door sills and caps,
steps, key.stonea, water-tables.
&c., dec. Our sills will be from 3
to 12 feet in length and of every
style used. If you intend to build
call on us. On account of our
river transportation we can fur
nish rock cheaper than anybody.
JOHN F. KE11HAUER
FORT IBE1NTON, X. T.
jan 5-82-dtf
Benton Saloon!
iMain St., Fort Benton,
DANIEL KELLY, Proprietor.
-THE FINEST OF
Wins, Liauors anil igars.
JeSdtf
"THE JUNGLE,"
GEO. H. FARMER,
PROPRIETOR.
E.'lrst C(leass
SALOON,
FORT BENTON. M. T.
Customers wilt be served only with the
linest of Wines, Liquors and Segars.
PETER SMITH,
CARPENTER,
JOINER A~ND
Boat Builder,
Main Street, near St. John,
'ORT BENTON, : MONTANA
g f Boat building a specialty. ..1
N T. H. WEBSTER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Sunff, apoeSOokrs' ~Adioles,
:onfootionery, Pruits,
AND AMMUNITION.
'ne cnt Cthewing and Vanity Fair Smoking To
baccos always in stock
Ieadquarters for Genuine Imaported
HAVANA CICARS,
Main Street, opposite the First National Bank,
[ELENA, : [ONTANA.
S&wt
STAR BAKERY,
John H. Gamble,
PROPRIETOR.
FRONT STREET, FT. BENTON, M. T.,
Begs to inform ifs friends and the
public generally, 'hast he is now pre
pared to supply families or others with
bread and pastry of all kinds, which he
wair ants to be firet class.
ORDERS DEIJVERED.
·-OF-
Fort Benton, -- Montana,
JRTIInS FBY, PIIPItOR TQ
n1wy ýew bgng ot w ot p I n lea
tonnoeun to e thtam ready
toa.nmke n in4 o w e s, and..
e. ~ pa t fr ktak inn e
LOS B- U,-BNTN!
atrazT .a.zIELIVaED
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The Best Assorted Stock of
Goods in Montana.
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W. S. WETZEL,
Fort Benton, Montana Territory,
GROCERIES,
H'IIOL1ES.LE J.~YD RE T.JIL,
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, & Clothing
Of Every Variety and Description.
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Notions s Toilet Articles
To Suit the Most Fastidious.
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WINES, uQUORS AND SEGARS.
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FOR. SALE:
FishBros'. Freight and Farm Wagons, McCormick's Combined
Reapers, Mowers and Hay Rakes, Shelf Hardware, Tools,
Cutlery, inware, Crockery and Glassware,
Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paints and Oils
FURS AND PELTRIES BOUGHT AND SOLD.
STORAGE. FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
H. J. WACKERLIN. T. C. POWER & BiRO
IJ. WJ A WAKERIN& C0.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Hardware,
BAR IRON AND
WACON TIMBERS,
Horse-sho and Nails,
Tinware, Stoves, Queensware, Glassware, Tin Roofing and Sheet iron
Goods of Every Description.
Charter Oak and Acorn
Cooking and Heating Stoves.
The Oelebated WEISTMINTER and GARLAND
Soft Coali Base Burners.
THE BES PAND ONYB SUSEBSFSUL- BASE BURNERS IN USE.
Our stock of Queensware is the largest and most complete ever brought to Monana
and compiDses every article required by hotel and families.
" PLAILN. AND FAN1Cf.j TOILET, DINNER AND TEA SETS
Of every style and quality.
Genuine Cut Glass Bar Tumblers, Plain and Fancy Goblets
for family and hotel use.
Our Wagon Timbers are of the Best Seasoned Hard U oods,
and consist of all woods used in building ad repairing vwagons, carriages and buggies
We have complete stock of
TIN GOODS!.
Including Tin Roofing, Gutters and Pipes, and will contract to do all kinds of rsofing,
repairing, etc. Tin goods ot every desetiption MADE TO ORDER on shor
notice and at reasonable prices. We propose to keep one of the largest
and best supplied establishmentsof the kind in Montana Territory
and will spare no pans or expense to give
ENTIRE SATISPFACTON TO OURI PATRONS.
NICK IMILLEN
Mas purchased at the execut4r's sale the entire stock of
Belongifig to the estite of the late H. A. Schultz. The value of these choice, new
goods is between. $15,000 and $20,000. These, together with my
already large assorted stock, making altogether the largest and best
assorted stock,
.A. l ·T'O FroM I .,4oo To ,:ro,oeo, CONSITIsI¶r OF
Boys',
Youths,
Child's
s , ippers 'arug and Gber Good
rany r this side of Chicago.
M fttret, fl4elena, Monta
e ms.aq. S. K r ýhas a potio in th ese ad wouldd d

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