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lierhr;lrl t's M3arried Life.
I am aecq'itinted with many personal friends of Sara Bernhardt and some ac qnaintances of dM, Aristides Damala. Among them all I have not found two who anticipate that the haply couple will long dwell together in unity. The bride is whimsizal, nervous and exacting. She is in the habit of being dominated by her caprices; is not yonng enough to be mold ed by her husband and is not old enough to be his patient slave. tier egotism is Inorr bild. At her recepli ions she wearies of col versations of which her theatrical cren ttur e, .,.si(4'ie-5s , a Iliilriles. t&'.. alre trot the ext.!u-iva ilitem-e. fler idea of enrlltrtain ilg her g.e.lsi is Italk for i hlun ainld for herself. Iler geroer'rsi rv to hiir hn.rbanrld. aý eviincrtdl in ro-r1i iu nghi w itho)ut as coir tract. Il!yv he folloe, l Iby a rel:ction arli bitter rlliiiillg. Hle i: yniillgu'r I thnri :-lhe is, and ha I)t.er a sa,. l fli'rt. S. traih's heat'r wvas gniawel ilinto by je:iluSy ill Irly. Sire ai;irrierl Dai ala to ihave an oili'i'al right i(t be jealousi. My iinpre.ssion is that we Inl:y feel safe in wishin;g j)y to the newly-wedl ed pair. 'the gifted actress has sown her wild (ners and has gii i) 1.n age : hel fitie sidle caitn is gr'Itelil to a womaini. Jew essesilre' Xr.ellei(t illn Iheir doinestic rein tioni, andrl l)ersOevre in followin g what ever course lhey set before theirl. Apart from her traleint for a:!vertisilr herself and driving hard i)argaiins, Saran is :; wretched tb iilir'ess worianii. I' g;nn iini, she is pre - ( digal, and will inot plague l ianni;la with chiees e-p.( iri.ri!igiriuew-s. ,"ineiie tfe dc-atlh of lM. Emiile de Gircanlill, who wa.s ie r mentor, shIe has felt the walnt of some cool-headled. experirnce frilndi lo look after her affailrs. The American tour ex tricated heIr Iroin a lrtuigh of ditebt. 1ler Greek husba.nd has had a little diplomatic anid no 1 tr;ill i'.)llltln trt.'iail exPl ' aiieice. ahIt - h:tl p1uilh, Il: i ible elos llentlc i'(' : aii!, ge( l le-l manlary i il!atrrs. 1in 'a Oter. aI e tvaltrii silk rl rc-lrhanit, left himi a foirt'rlll . o hich hlie got. throtiii u ir I. -t" I h a' ienit Ion ) ihle stage. The :~". n):firt of it w isdeveir'ed b% :!a p)rilv wair'ler of a l iioIf r lthatre. at Marseiiles. '1. 1) mnila is liked )by his ohli ('chrins, one of whom) i l.nres rile that he liis somie lintle ilrilrindt , ill-! xi ill Ie Ia t'iitih ful stewardtl (lifhel ltltllne ilitrirstedl to him. TIhe greatest, lr awlhack to S:lrah, iaslt wile, is her orupllete waniit of naturel and of jolli ty. The .olly woman looses hter iffr. tatrions; as she nil va nrces in years she has a short. niellmory for her little grievances and pints the best constrnl'tion upon hastily spokenl words.-London Truth. Weddinlg Novelties. A very novel wedding occurred at Som erset, Indiana, one day last week. It so hailpened that whenl a young couple from the countlry followed Hlyienri's torch into the valley they were unable to find either a preacher or a justice of the peace. The swain was much excited becase of the bit of bad luck a::nd in the :)agny of' his soul asked of a wagish stranger whom he met. The wag, preserving a grave demeanor, told the country couple that the only of ficial, ibesides the 'Squire in the village was the postmaster, and told them to re quest that person to perform the ceremony. Since the days of Dogbetrry a number of official positions seem to have been set aside for the benefit of that ancient worthy's Imitators. Bearing this in mind one may understand that the Somerset postmaster could listen to the bridegroom's proposi tion with ears pricked forward to their full length. Certain it is, if the Chicago Times is a truthful chronicle, tthat the piostmaster performed the ceremony, fie looked over his official instruction and failing to find any postal regulation in the mnatter of mar riage, went through the form used by jus tices of the peace. His concliding words were: "You are miarried, sir anld nmadaim, according to thie post ,ffice laws of the United States of America." ' Hte Had a Job. Fourteen years ago, when Chester A. Arthur was a struggling local politician in New York, of what is known there as the custom house variety, he numbered among his friends the mate of a vessel. named Kennedy, whose influence Arthuiir oftie had oc.ltsiotl to use N% hen cir'um-tIances required the vote of the floating popula tion oftthe 1:hrbor fr'onlt. Just about thlit time Arthur made ate unsuccessful effTl't to obtain some minor municipal :appoiiltnient. The manite con doled with his pi)litical friend upon his (lii appointment, and soon after sailed for Washington with a cargo of llhardware. While ascending the Potomac a block and tackle fell upon the mate's head, indentjiig his skull in such a imanner that. the nlala becamte practietally an iliot, atnd was placed in the )ist rict of Ctolutmbia iutinte asyl.in,. A short timne ago the 'famous s'ureon D)r. Gros, of Phil!'lelphia, visited the tasyllttm, examined the ca;e anti slraightway:t, per formed an oper tlion iinveiltedl by hinielt. whichl resuilredi in an altmost imtiildiaie rr turn of the patient's reason, the ititerveti lug oficurtleen years being, of course, a coIn plete blank. A day or two after his recovery the mat: walked out and began strolling throlgtl the capitol building. Almost the tir t per son lie encounter'ed was President Arthur, who was just leaving the executive chatm ber in the Senate wintg. "Why, how are you, Kennedy?" said the first citizen, afftably extending his hand. "ilad to see you." "Howdy old nman," said the sailor. "How is things. Got a job yet?" "Well, I believe I have," said the ex ecutive, with a smile. "A pretty big job, too. You must come up andl see me." "To the White House?" repeated the amazed mariner. "Yes, just ask for my private secretary. and he'll show you right in," and the Presiaent walked on. "Poor old Chet!--clean gone, clean gone," mused the mate. "Actually be lieves himself to be President of the Uni ted States. Smart man once, too. That just shows you, gentlemen," he continued, turning to a bystander, "that just shows you what politics and disappointment whil bring a hian to. Poor old Cbet "--Ban Franciaoo Post. Have one settled purpose in life, and if It be gnrble it wl bring you reward. PILLS INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS, CLEROYMEN, AND r THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL -TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. i-o -s of sppetite,Nause,bowels costive, 1a n intheeadwith a dull sensation in the back part, Pain under the shoulder. blade, fulles after eating, wias clination to exertion of body or m trritabilitv of temper Low rits, ]Oay of nemor, with a feeling of aving neg lected some duty, wearines, ine, Ylutterin ofthe ,f.eartDots before the eyeis. eIlow Skin, H eadache, elestles ness at night, highly colored Urine. IF THESE WARNINGS ADE UN. EEDED, SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. TUTI[" PILLS are especially adapted to such case-s,one done effects suchaehange of feeling as to astonish the sufferer. They Increase the Appetite, and cause the body to Take on Flesh. thus the system is nouri hed.and by th eir Tenle Aetton thO Digeetlve Organs, Regalar Stools are pro duced. Price 25 cents. 3 Murray St., N.Y. TUTT'S HAIR DYE, O AY FrAIR or WHIsx V.s changed to a SLossY ILA'CK by a single application of this DYE. It impartes a natural color, acts Instantaneously. Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of $1. O6acle, 35 Murray St., New York. r-. T"r'TTrS MANAL el Valuable lfonematlo and sr.el .eclpts will Ibe aed B. e.a . pll.estiona. HARNESS, Bridles, Saddles, Whips, Manufactured and sold b. August Beckman, Franklin Street, between Power and Baker Sty.. FORT BENTON. Ml. T. CAR, RIAR GE TI'I\l.ING \\ UPHIOLSTERING In the best manner and at reasonable priees. Repairing Neatly Done at Rea sonable Rates. - A Large Stock of Mills, Leak & Co.'s Gloves Always ort Hand. d& wtf Bath House -AND--- BARBER SHOP. ROWE'S BUILDING, near the Overland Hotel. CHARLES BRYER, Proprietor. lot, Coll, ailleticalsd BMs The proprietor calls the attention of the aflioted to his fne MEDICATED BATHS. Containing all the constituent parts of the most celebrated mineral springs, for the cure of Rheu matism, Lumbago. Liver Complaints, and Scor butic Affections, and all other diseases of the fleas and nerves, prepared from recipes which hatv been secured from oneof the most expert analyt. ical chemistiof this age. With thanks for past patronage and hoping fot a continuance of it in future. I remain, ChIARLES BRYER. 1"84tf TO BUILD.RS! 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 ofcut stone ever brought to this town. This stock comprises window and door sills and caps, steps, key-stones, wateratables, &c., kc. Our sills vill be fron 83 to 12 feet in length and of every style used. If you intend to build call on aus. On account of our river transportation we can fur. nish rock cheaper than anybody. JOHN F. KEILHAUER FORT BENTON, M. T. Jan 5-82-dtf --.A.T- TOM CHRISTIE'S SALOON, SUN RIVER, IONTANA, The Very Best of Wines, Liquors and ,Cigas Can be found.. Lovers of the game of BILLIARDS W i ildsae tbes ee' asn TO STOCKIEN I The Hon. M. .R. Cochran hat shipprwl ti Rntc~n for saie h.rt. TWE.TY T UmPOIRTEBD IIHIEI'EFORI) 'M 1.1pS, (. earl a ig-, it d TE'N HEREPOU TD ('O41W1½. (h iters.. The e ,=tni als tie epir. h ,we in Iit !, : ail. un" e'rthel perse atiell.tlio ; lttt " \ (+ h and are tthe very ins; t It! o iofbt! f u i, 'n, whole king on. T'lr- w li lh et Iatb'u , about May lat. , det th ,ltta, i 'r. Cochran. i'hb will extbit them ,r.! , t t rume prices. ap !2 ; 1882 Coall 1+ a k ; Will run Hths " 'eason Severali of the P-astest and best tr> ats on the lhisouri tl ie r, Leaving itisanl rck a nd Pfeinton twice a week. RATES FURbNISH For the ON APPiLICATIc)N. The Coulson Line this year wiP. m,."l+ ; t. excellent reputation for the primp t : f.eight consig:~ied to the line at at plt.t, o river. For freight or passenger rates apply to DI. TV. MAR T'TA. Gen. npt.pt sin :. ik. D. T. ap24!d&wtf Agent. Bentot, M1. T. TonsorialPalace SAMUELE SI'AULDINU, P ro p riet r. '"HAVING. HAIR-CITTTING. 'J-IA M "lOIN.; AN)D DYF NG. --A--·( Hot and Cold Baths ! R'HONT STRiIEET. FOET'T !I-' ~ 4), O . -0---- The Leading Artists of Benton In All Its Appoi -tmentts the LAIRG ENT HIOSE UV RIVER, MONTANA, Is .PFloxvt t ompletie. 4ts table. beds and general a cium nntf;ations a equal to thosof Kny Note! in ahe Territory MR ,. J. A. Pi: CE Has assumnd the management of the house ani! will spare no pains tof make her house a de sirable stopping place for the trav eling public. Horses Cared For. eel4.l4&wtf AcclmmoIationls for_ Tfr lerY E. J. THOMAS, DEARBORN CROSSINC, Helena and Benton Road. HIORSD%' ,Bt ýRDII By the Day, Week or Month. Travelers will ind this the best hose on the Hel ena road for trzaatent orregular board. Vr lRtaonable. r"f J0-iiNJ !(.ENN1EDY. - EDWARD KELLY. Centre Market! . MMAIN STREET, !FORT BENTON,MONTANA. KENNEDY & KELLY, Proprietors. E[F. UIT !ON, PORK, FISH, GAME AND ICE. Veg ! b t:- and FB ui, in. thejtr -<-asn ----o-----t)o---o---O Ve %,ill pI ,!nrch .ae Beef and Stock Cattle, and are prepared to deliver t i,,i ,P11 Iai rd olt w.nt.ila t .~ta at Fort B ntt>n, or at a1ny other poi t . h. t4he head or gross weigh ai LOXX ENT i KENNEDY : KELLY. .,Q 1882 WNrTO)N L INE. Will Run Four or the Fastest aund best Boats on the Missouri river the Couning Season! Leaving Bismarck and Benton Every Saturday. T C. Power, Manager, I. P. Baker. Cen. Agt.. ( : , , . 413era , C a r (.5 Ci:i,. 4 n nm. ce Biadi g,:m.L.o.u John H. Char:es, Supf ., 1io0IX ,, ia . TARIJFF RATES NOW RE ADY, S t° .Rates n1:r::ilhte4 l, takini q!:tlIvrn a:t . ,li!v 4C ,," i , si' * :,,Ih. . I , Y - it tht ' ' t;ii t' i m alel:I (" lii ; I i n . i ll ll :,,, i !- a si.hilpp Oi 1 i ,l l ire" .lIllc 15 ifioun (l tChih4:g,. St. L,,ti-. S. IS i P:~ 03t ....n i othl,'"I p) ltilnts, 1"e. lts' ii t.tg | l-I ll 'tlt ' n or befi o e Jtl ly l i t. Ut ll ; .'.} r 'ý tlthotlrh to Fort ieitto !1i the lillt, or will make gool a the exlt'a : - d - ll yiv i :tl t delivery, the .Ml-lgller claliniin y o hely the p)riilegP of '.tt.liliig lithe mlietinetl ag;- ts fromI taking to mniih fre ght, eg. S shoul ihere he :i rush in the latter portion of the season. 4 Bloats leave regularly on time and passengers and shippers can rely on close con .t}Clions. For freight or passagoe apply to 1'. C. I'OWER & BRO.. Benton, M. T. T. C. POWER & CO., Helena, M. T. JOlHTN HI. CHIARLES, Sioux City, lowa. I. P. BAKER, St. Louis, Mo. itHUS. S. RATT'LE. 60 Clatrk street Chicago. N. P. R. R., St. Paul. RIV EtR Siolr. Poa er A Fratllk lln Stb.. FORT I-ENT(N. - M. LT. RUFUS PAYNE, Proprietor. IltI.SIE-tXt~ :IN4 AN WAGON ER £iPAlIlTCG-, B I ACKSMT . HING t' Alt IR elSrasche.w, Good Work at Reasonable R BLA CKSMITi S OP! Corner Baker and Fraikliin Sts. i'rI li.ton. ;Iton ta tai, FRANK M. LEPPEIR Prop. Blacksmithing and Wagon Repairing. All work intrusted to me will be done in the most thorough and workman-like manner. Livery, Draft, Saddle Ilole e and I~Mule Shoeiit i. Wm. JOYCE, . Fashionable Boot & Shoe Maker. FORT ~. RENTON, M. F. V ! rh. finest quality of French Calf-Skit, hoots arid ,hoes inad- '0o nrder :l epairin Neaiiit Eteited Repairing N·Ieat;y Exec ted. S , e a )' " PouRTIS B. WEARE. CIAS. A. WEARE ESTABLISHED 1862. P. B. Weare & Co., COMMISSION MERCHANT~S In Crain, Seeds & Provisions, MIONANA I'URS, Slides and Wool, a Specialty, 193 South Water St., C- ICAGO. ILLINTOIS Buy at dealers' prices. We will sell you any F article for family or personal use, in any quantity, at wholesale price. No matter what you want, send for our Catalogue, frce-con tains over 1,900 illustrations. We carry in stock the largest variety 'of goods in the U. S. MONTGOMERY WARD & Ce 227 & 229 Wabash Ave,, CHICAGO, ILL. HOTEL SALOON Bi1liard Iall (Next door to Largent House,) SUN RIVElR CROf(.,- i. 1'. Ali tn ,"-.. ! tl. q"'s ,t la. 'tltr ., Ian ..lr WT:VE LijOr 'E A I'AK AA TOkIBA'(O; ' Con)(ntiv onf hang. We have the best Best BILLAII 'itABLR in awn aourboU hboeie i 1! ( :~4 s-. -S TH ý fNZJCC 5xjD >: .tea _ - iý ý "' _- .I_'I(I)SLI* i.d -41ýlj ~i~i~ to4 I -3 C LN I.' 'a " CC 01 0: C).i·. ad 4, I t2 .. V !:? "IN So - flu.;· '¾ t ix i'i k z MR 1 -"a f-A' ijx~ware. b-ew -. K" P27 Ch :ern· -I8 ~ -r -"; v c~ A' crSC PtA & -* - · '42Ž :tud ril' t Ci fn.'h-.4in 'I' 3,,,, Belonging to tue 4 clitle. new goodK is 1u n x 904,,9 t wa-li m y foot, hop ad Hbber Gotutds Ever h -e. i 7 .,' "if - s b of Yhieago. Sign ofth RI a or U - . tHelea, )F if't. r Go. & -i cls houe and wo uld ne ct~-~ ----·~-~~t6-t~ 2qa~ <K I~