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PARK lISHO 1UIITI SHl
Corner Baker and Franklin Ste.,
Fort Benton, IMontana,
FRANK M. LEPPER, Prop.
Blacksmithing and Wagon
Repairing.
All work intrusted to me will be done in the most
thorough and workman-like manner.
Livery, Draft, Saddle Hol se and unle
Shoeing.
epftwtft
H. C. CROWDER,
TWENTY-EIGHT-MILE-SPRINGS.
Teams For Tourists to the Falls.
1&wtf
SUMIMOS.
In the D,-trict Court of the Third Judicial Dis
trict of the Territory of Montana, in ani for
the County of Choteau.
JosEPHIN1E HLNT. Plaintiff,
Against Summons.
JAMES if. HUNT, Defendant.
The pe ,ple of the Territorv of Montana send
greeutng to the above namarl defendant. -
You are hereoy required to appear in an action
bro gait against yvo by the above named plaintiff
in tu.* Di-tricti ourt of the Tthrd Judicial District
of the Territory o( Montana, in and for the county
of Ch. teau, and to answer tie complaiiiffilledthdre
in. withinu e days (exclusive of the ±lay of ser
vice after the se, vice on you of thisasummons, if
served within this coitnty; or. f served out of this
county, but in this iistrict, within twenty, uays,
other 4 is- in forty days, or judgment by deftult
will be taken against you, accor ing to the pray
er of said complaiant.
The said action is brought to obtain ajudgment
and decree of said Court dissolving the bonds of t
matrimony existing between you and the said
plaintiff, and for the custody of the minor child
of said marriage. n c
Andi you are hereby notified that if you fail to
aplp:ar an,: answer the said complaint, as above
required, the said plaintiff will apply to the Court
for they relief demanded in the complaint herein.
Given under my hand and the seal of the Dis
triet Court of the Third Judicial District of the i
Territory of Montana, in and for the county of
Choteau this 2ith day of February in the year of
our Lord one thousana eight hnndred and eighty
two
[(eal] A. H. BEATTIE, Clerk.
By JOHN W. TATTAN, I)ep. Clerk.
John J. D)onnelly, Attorney for plaintiff.
mar2wt
S C. ASHBY'S
Life Fire Real Estate and
Collecting Agency.
OFFICE: Main St., Helena, M. T.
POLICIES ISSUED AND LOSSES ADJUSTED!
AT THIS OFFICE WITHOUT ADDITIONAL
COST TO THE INSURED.
The following sound, and reliable Comp
anies are represented by this Agency:
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OFr NEW YORK.
Cash Assets, $88,000,000
FIRE COMPANIES
AMERICAN CENTRAL INS. CO. of
St. Louis, Mo., Cash Assets $ 802 114
CONTINENTAL INS. CO. of N. Y. 3 327 772
HOME INS. Co. of New York 6 390 352
MERCHNTS INS. CO. Of St.
Joe. Missouri l................. 365 773
PHOENIX INs. Co. of Brook
lyn, N. Y ....................... 2 735 654
SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL INS. CO.
of Glascow, Scotland. U. S. B. 676 744
ST. JOE F & M. INS. CO. Of
6t Joe, Mo ........................ 406 635
ST. PAUL F. & M. INs. Co. of
St. Paul Minn ...................... 84I 900
Total...........................$ 15 546 944
$500 REWARIX
Will be paid by the Choteau and Mea
gher Counties Stock Protective Association
for the apprehension and conviction of any
person or persons who shall barter or give
any intoxicating liquor to Indians on the
ranges of the stockmen who are members
of the Association.
$100 Reward.
Will be paid for the arrest and convic
tion of the first person or persons detected
selling, bartering or giving whisky or other r
intoxicating drinks to half-breeds on the
ranges of the above Association. v
$500 Reward.
Will be paid for the apprehension of any
person or persons who may maliciously or
carelessly set out prairie fires upon the
ranges of the members of this Associa- S.
tion.
By order of Executive Committee' Cho- br
teau and Meagher Counties Stock Associ- D
ation.
M. E. MILNn, th
Secretary e
Augl2wtf. t
B ENTON
MILK DAIRY,
PATRICK MURPHY,
Proprietor.
Families, Hotels, and Publio Entertainments sup
plied with
PURE MILK
Cream and Butter.
FOUND.
One Buckskin-Colored Horse; black mane ano
tail, split ears, blaze face, white legs on left side;
no brands. One Sorrel horse; circle on left thigh.
The owners are requested to call for these horses at
Ettien Bros., Utica, Meagher county, pay charges
andt take them .way. t(an4w3m)
Desirable Front Street Property For
Sale.
The lot and building on;Front Street, next above the
Overland.Hotel, is oltered for sale. For terms apply to
janl3dwtt I JOHN LARGENT, Sun River.
Notice to Warrant Holders.
All ontat.nding ChoeBa Coulty Warrants up to
and incluidizg No. 455 Will be paid on present
tion. If not presented for pay erit within thirty
day laterest will ceaseiosi on a hetrants.
* JORl RWSBElRGER, .
Trjeas1uremvhliotean Couintj
I T.A.CUMMINGS& CO.
FIRE AND MARINE INSUR
ANCE. REAL ESTATE and
COLLECTING AGENCY.
OFFICE: - - RECORD Building. Upstairs.
Benton, Montana.
Policies Issued and Losses
ot, Adjusted.
Ele The following sind and reliable companies are
represe-ted by this ag,-nces. :..ng the beat-tried
IIf e insurance comnpaniea in the world:
Scottish Union and National ins. Co.
1.di burgh and Lond,n; Aksett (iiin
cluding sub-crbed capital on call. .33,767,S90
Phoenix Assurance Co of London,
Absets. ..................... ...... ~ ,750,OO0
Hartford ins. Co. of Connecticut,
Establish-d 1810; .sset..........$3,761,379
British america Assurance Co of
Toronto, Assets ......... ..........$2,000,000
for Western Assurance Co. of Toronto,
Assets. ........................ ..... . . $1,950,000
Connecticut " ire 'ns. Co. of Kartford,
d Conn..; Assets .. . .... .......... .1672.843
on Fireman's Fund Insurance Co of
San Fr.ncisco, California,
ity Established 1861 assets............ $1,n50,000
Total assets..............................$50,152,112
, if
is
Y1 Special attention given to in uring Brewerys, Mills,
Smelters, and Hoisting Works.
Private Dwetllngs and Farm Ris' s a specialty
".Money'to loan on Imnproved Real Estate.
nt Preenmptors can get money, to prove up, on one
of to three years' time.
id Scrip locatable on unsurr-yed lands furnished to
Id parties on appl cation.
Hightct ca-h price paid for Meagher and Choteau
to county Warrants.
ye
t Mortgage Loans a Specialty.
le- T. A. CUMM1IINGS & CO.
ie feh23-82dtf
of
7 THE REINICKE HOUSE,
SUN RIVER LEAVINGS, M. T.
d First Class Accommodations
for Travelers.
The Reinicke House is the most popular etab
SIhshment on the Helena and Benton road, and dur
D ing the coming season will be kept up to Ats ole
standard of excellence.
Steamer passengers to and from the head of navi
gation will find this
THE MOST DESIRABLE STOPPING PLACE
Between Benton.and Helena.
First Class Stables
In connection with the house.
2 apr1,a wtf
First National
BANK
- -OF-- '
i Fort Benton, M. T.
CASH CAPITAL, (Paid up) 100,000
-SURPLUS, - - - $28,000
W. G. CONRAD, President
JOS. S. HILL, Vice-Prest.
R. A. LUKE, Cashier.
We Transact a General Banning
Business.
Will issue Exchange or Telegraphic Transfers, S
available in all parts of the United States, Canadas
and Europe.
Buy at the highest rates, Gold Dust, Corn, G(old
and Silver Bulhlion and Local Securities
Keep current accounts with merchants, stokts
men, freighters and others, subject to sight drafi
Will pay special attention to collections, and all
other business entrusted to our care.
Will pay interest on time deposits, and discount
notes or bankable paper.
Will make advances to merchants stock dealers
and otners, as are suited to their requirements. F
Will give freight rates on wool to all Eastern
cities, and make liberal advances on same at a low
rate of interest.
DIRECTORS:
T. C. POWER.~ . T. HAUSER,
W. G. CONRAD. JO S. S. HILL,
JNO. HUNSBERGER, R. A. LUUKE.
SUMMIRONS.
Inthe District Court of the Third Judicial Dis
trict of the Territory of Montana, in and for
aRy the ounty of Choteau.
or JOHN T. MURPHY, SAMUEL NEEL,
W. W. HIGGINS and W. H. TODD
the Plaintdfs, Summons.
Against
Sa- S. E. Davis, Defendant. J
The people of the Territory of Montana send
greeting to the above named defendant*
You are hereby required to appear in an action
brought against you by the above named plain
tiffs in the District Court of the Third Judicial
District bf the Territory of Montana, in and for
the County of Choteau, and to arlswer the com
plaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of
t, the day of service after the service on you of this
Summons, if served within this county; or, if serv
BXY ed outofthiscounty, but in this District, within
twent3 days; otherwise in forty days, or judg
ment by default wilLbe taken against you, accord
ing to the prayer of said complaint.
S"T:hOanid action is brought to obtain a judgment
of said Court against you, and in favor of plain
tiffs, for the sum of three hundred and sixty-five
and 69-100 dollars, for goods, wares and merchan
disefurnishedyou by plaintiffs atyourrequest, as
more fully appears by reference to the com
plaint herein.:
And to secdure the payment of any judgment
herein the following described property has been
levied upon, by virtue of an attachment dulv is
sued, to-wit: Lots, 1, 2and 3 in Block 26 Fort ben
p ton, M.T.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answer the said complaint, as above
required, the said plaintiffs will take judgment
by default gainst you for ..th said sum of $365,69-10O
besides the costs of this acidon.
Given under my hand and the seal of the Dis
trict Court of the Third Judicial District of the
Territory of Montana, in and for the County of
Choteau this 6th day of February in the year of A
our Lord one thousand eight hundred anj eighty- I
two.
no fSeall A. I. BEATTY, Clerk.
By JOHN W.TATAN,
h a...ernDeputy Clerk.
t Max Waterman, Attorney for plaintiffs.
AUERBACH FINGCH 1
& VAN SLYOK,
be WHOLESALE
N SORTJ A WOENIL
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Th ir. a d . o.. ta Stre .,I
r. 4 L I ST .
0, PROPOSALS FOR CARE OF POOR.
C(HOTEA U COUNTY. MONTANA TVRRITORY,
Offlee of the t ountv Clerk,
FORT RENTOy, M. T., March 9, 1892.
Sealed proposals +or he care. support, nursit
and maintenance of the sick, poor and infirm
Choteau co'Oitv. per capita, by the week,for ni
year. will be roc-ived at the odice of the Cler-k
the Board of Commrissioners of said ceuntey utl
Lirs. March 20th, 18 2. at I I 'c'ock a. m The right
reject any and all bids is reserved.
By ort er the Board. JOHIN ' TA t'TXN,
mchblltd Cler
es MANN'S RAN(;H!
On The
Road to Barkes
Within One Day's Drive of
" BENTON OR THE MINES
,0 Is a convenient and delightful stopping place.
The Best of Accommodations fo
lMan and Beast
's At Reaso able P1 icet
feb8wtf
,000
,000 G>O W BtLL rx. A. A. MI.RTI
,843 GRAND CENTRAL
ilRESTAURWANT
ills OPPOSITE THE CO'T lt tOUSki_.
ty 4
SBENTON, : IONT ANA
one
Ito v O i -,
admrirably arr:, ,. y., and pri:es to t.
cry ta.te.
sep29tf
Notice To Stockmen
Of Montreal and Bow River,
Will have another shipment of Thoroughbred Bull
and scmc
CLYDE STALLIONE
For use on their Iam:th arriving in Benton about fl
b c ,it--ng of naviga:.nt . The above companany
,r- x, ill alsO deliver in reasonable e: n,
I at Benton,
Pure Bred Stallions and Eulls of any Breet
That may be ordered i-i time to enable the same to b,
purcha.ed in tim for shipment.
Parties in want of any of the above animals would di
well to communicate at once with the Manager,
as the facilities we have for purchasing
From the Best Herds in Canada and England
are unsurpassed on the continent.
Address
IMAJOR JAMilES WALKER,
Manager Cochrane Co.,
Bow .River, Canada.
anl0bf
CRANE & GREEN,
DEALERS IN
. Blank Books, Fancy Goods, and
STATIONERY,
SFine Candies, Nuts Fruit. Toys and
NOTIONS,
t Imported and Domestic Cigars at
S WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
SChoice Plug & Fine Cut Tobaccos,
MEERSCHAUM PIPES,
SCigar and Cigarette Holders,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
SSheet Music, &e. Picture Frames,
CHROMOS,
Bird Cages, Toy Wagons & Carts,
And PERAMBULATORS.
Books, Papers and Magazines,
r FINE CUTLERY, &c.,
Front Street, Retween and Bond and
' Benton Streets.
NEWS.AND NOVELTY STORE,
TJohn W. Dewey,
CIVIL ENCINEER.
ARCHITECT
-AND
U, 8. Deputy Mineral
Surveyor,
Lotion
dcal &'OIRT BENTON, ,IONTA A
Id for
com
ive of
f this SIJ U IMONS.
serY
rithin
judg In the District Court of the Third J Aicial District o1
cord- the Territory of Montana, in at for the county o:
Choteau.
meat R. GRACE JONES. Plaintiff,
dain- Again-t Summons.
r-five Joni N JoNEs. Defendant.
.han- The people of the Territory of Montana send
com greeting to the above named defendant:
You ate hereby required to appear in an action
ment brought against you by the above named plaintiff
been in the District Court of the Third Judicial District
y is- of the Territory of Montana, in and for the county
Ben- of Choteau, and to answer the complaint filed
ther.-i '. within ten days !exclusive of the day of
iil to service) after the service on you of this summons,
bove if served within this county; or, if served ou of
aent thi.- county, but in this District, within twelity
4-loo days; oliimrwise in forty days, or iudg;meut by d(§
rflt will be taken agazust you, according to the
Dis- prayer ,f said complaint.
the Thesaid action is brought to obt min, le ree of
ty of said Court dissolving the bonds of mate .~ony now
ir of existing betw-en you and said plain if, and for
hty- the custodyof the minor children ofes ., marriage
and for such other relief as may at ,ear just and
equitable.
And you are hereby notified thas if you fail to
er. appear and answer the said complaint, as above re
quired, the said plaintiff will apply to the Court
for the relief demanded in her complaint herein.
Given under my hand and the seal of the Dis
trict Courtof the Third Judicial District of the
Territory of Montana, in and for the county of
r, Choteau this 2nd day of February in the year of
our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty
two.
seaali A. H. BEATTIE, Clerk:
By JOHN W. TATTAN, Deputy Clerk.
J. A. Kanouse attorney for plaintiff.
mr2w4t
SRAMS t""FOR SALE!
I offer or tle at lwf aty ranch on the
Shonkii, Twerat ," 'N him hbred
4 1erin aR dam int It arling
rams A re :ý iý 8>? ON,
SBAKER & De LORIMIE
83..g OFFER THEIR LARGE STOCK OF
ursing
fi rn or
:DRY C ODS AND NOT IO
Ladies', Misses' and Children's qE-..E.
ClePrk. (`sq' ip;~ , . ~r.u).'gets, Curtains, Curtaini.-i~iies and Cornices, at
1! LOWE T CASH PRICE
T To make room for their ~prin' Stock already ordl.ered, and which will be
more complete and as tastefully chosen ac ever.
* r Next Door to the Court House, Main st., Benton.
f
News Just Received I
GANS & KLEIT
h. e Parenlt House in Ne
York.
BREAD! READ! REAL
e OFFICE ANS & KLEIN. Y
re. and 41 Green St., New York City.f
d o IENTS :--We have just comlileted and have ready for shipment, to our stoi
Benton, the LARGEST, FINEST and BEST stock of CLOTHING and i
land nishing Goods that we have ever manufactured. And it is our express orders for
to close out your present stock, even at a sacrifice, for you MJUST make room for
goods that will be shipped in a few days. Respectfully Yours,
GANS & KLEIN.
Lda.
IN ACCORDANCI
Wnd ith the above communication fromn headquarters we have marked down our e:
stock of
at Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, HIats, Caps, Etc., E:e., AT COST. Call a.
convinced. All oridelrs from the couilntry will receive prompt attention.
:OS,
SGANS & KLEIN,
(Next door to Bank of Northern Montana.)
mi fr1. - a N I * l .a m
'mes, The Clothiers of Montar
je28d&wtf
arts,
ines,
land SULIV AN &QOSS
EE,
Saddle Harness Make
FRONT STREET, (Near St. John) BENTON, MONTANA.
-0
Monta~na Texas Cheyenne And California Saddles!
Team.nl, Coach, Stage and Buggy Harness.
-o
A A We arenow prepared to manufacture saddles of the above grades, and harness from' the lighte
the heaviest in use. Our stock of leather is complete and we guarantee satisfaction in all our v
both as to quality and oprice. "Good goods and good work" is our motto. Please inspect our stocl
fore purchasing elsewhere. We claim to make the best saddle in the Territory and our trees are of
ery variety.
ne of We buy, at the highest prices, Robes, Furs, Peltries, Hides and WV
sty of
Our stock is composed of Whip-sticks, Stage lashes Spanish bits, Buggy+ whips, Saddle cloths, H
blankets, Cartridge belts, Stirrups, Horse anudmu ucQllara,,Fency Bridles, d nlohas, Quirts, R , i
ving, Stock, California and Mexican Bits, Chaps, Cnry wms, Birushes , ic., &c.;
Your patronage is solicited.
ction
inmuff,
untv
fled SUTlIVAN & GOS
ay of d&wtf
ions,
d`-
the
ee of
i for
M. A. FLANAGAN,
i to
ore
ourt
Dina E N T
'tBENTON DRUG STORE
the
y of
-a Ntiw tifecbnaery, Paati, Oils. 1r ,hsawes, irunh,, G hprs, k
the
~e ~ aw-T C~wW~eusr
lUgJ ~ ~ T'l·r--~j P' ~
IR
11882
T. C, POWTEP &1 B1: N(
he a GENERALA EALERS
n,. M.T.
S Have Iurc,.hasd tfro this seaon'is .h i 6i l. ave ,n Lxi :a i.'
leg a 00o s Lt
i]
The most complete and varied assortment of
by -enerarl b erchand is
We will hereafter make a specialty of
.N - .DRY G.OOD . .
:L il for .i ,,rpose have bilt .,^ a L ZT ½ Z
w '"'ih our p, a-.. . 'u ' Ii findI s-,k.-_ '. (>?' ..
ew Groceries, Fancy .StV
For thil season h 'av(e t id ei ei:.I: V r bef . o e 4';i ei"I a
C._TiT"E' D G-OOi.DS
A" Which we buy at the factory, thus ensurin~ their fi rtt i hn,-. and t.:
E'." the profit of all middlemen to buvyers. We have do a e
Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Tobacco.
D7)! -(0 -------
ALL AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMEN TS
'' For which we are agents are the l.st ko, wn in imiodc]rn '. in. W, kI, -
a og o ns ra~~r,, R ea pe r,_
f uai:W e c, , ' , i , :1' low , fSt rate,(`s (:
store in
nd Fur
for you u
1 for the g .t i.
1 Ladd's Tobacco and Sulphur and Hill's Tobacca Extract
SuE I' I)EPS ALWAYS ON HAND.
H" eadquarters for SHEPHERDS', RANCHERS', STOCK() ENS, ý'
MINERS' and INDIAN TRADERS' SU..HPLIES.
1;(1 ý° CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS.
/_ Highest Cash Price Paid for FURS. RIOBES, SKINS and PELTRIES. :
rentire T. C. POWER & FB 0., Benton, M.'T.
*
DAY AND NIGHT H'RD at Reasonabe eRVe .
HARRIS & STRONG, Propr1etors
r work
ck be
of ev-Ove
Tool.
ore JOHN UNSBERGER Proprietor
e, Dri. **± A I , opnsto
FORT BEJITTON-. - - - MOlJ2A .T..
;S.
New ( I 1use, New Rools, New FlrI tlir8, A ttIl.Tx.o
Excellent Accommodations for Ladies and Families
IIDE -aL ar.s TJGs TOPS8 ilt TaaE DOOR
S The Superior acoom~Odations and convenientlocation of the Overland make it the most desilablo stop
ping place in town for
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