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EATING BEFORE SLIEPING.
Tie Prejudice Against This HTabit
Ungrounded and.4 Foolish.
Man is the only animal that canll be taught
to sleep qiuietly oiln an empty stomach.i:tI
Tie bnrte creation Ireset all elhlrts to coax
theiii to such a violation of the laws of na
tire. The lion roars in the forest until ihe
has .u.ind his prey, and when he has de
vonred it hie sleeps over until he needs an
other meal. Thie horse will paw all nihlit
ind le stable and tie pig squeal inl ti:e pen,
refu-ing all rest or -leep until they are
fed. The :niminls which chew the c!ud
have their own provisions for a lat'e meal
just lbefore dropping oil' for their nightly
sh!iultnrs. Man can train himself to the
ha:l,it of s'ccling withoult a preceding meal,
,ut only after long years of practice. As
hi conmes into the world nature is too
strong for Ii hin, and he n must be fed before
he will sleep. A child's stoumachl is small
and when perfectl'iy filled, if no sickness
disttilbs it. sleep follows namtiir:iallv and in
evita:iily. As digestion goes on, the stom
tub begi'is to get empty. A single foli in
it will make the little sleeper restless; two
will waken it ; and if it is hushed again to
repose, the nap is short, and three folds
lput an end to tlhe slumitiber. Puregoric or
other inarcotics may close its eyes again,
butl without either food or some stupefying
drug, it will not sleep, no matter how
hlealthy it may be. Not even ain angel
who learned the art of miinstrelsy in a ce
lestial chioir can sing a baby to sleep on anl
enipty stomach. We use the oft-quoted
illustration "sleeping ais sweetly as an in
faint," because this slumber of a child fol
lows immediately after its stomach is coin
pletely tilled with wholsome food. The
sleep) which comties to adults long hours af
telr partaking of food, and when tile stom
ach is iearly or quite empty, is not after
the type of inifatile repose. There is all
the difference in the world between the
the sleep of refresh ent tand the sleep of
exhaustionll. To sleep well, blood that
swells the veins in the head during our
busy hours must flow back; leaving a
greatly diminished volume behind the
brow ihat lately throbbed witih sluch vehe
mience. To digest well, this blood is need
ed at the stomach and Ilearer the fountains
of life. It is a fact, established beyond
the possibility of contradietion, that sleep
aids this digestion, and that the process of
digestion is conducive to refreshiingsleep.
It needs no artl enllltlll to convince us of
this mutual relation. The drowsiness
which always follows the well ordered
meal is itself a testimony of nature to this
inter-dlependence .-The N ,ew ,rJk .touarnal
Where t:e Saw Her.
.I ust before a western-boiu id train left the
Union depot yesterday morning, a masher
with his little grip-sack slid around to a
woman standing near the ticket oflice and
"Excuse me, but can I be of any assist
ance in purchasing your ticket?"
"No, sir !" was the short reply.
"Beg your pardon, but I sh:ll be glad to
see that your trunk is properly checked,"
"It has been checked, sir."
"Yes--alhenS--you go west, I presume ?"
"Going as far as Chicago?"
"Ah--yes--to Chicago. I also take the
rain for Chicago. Beg your pardon, but
didn't I meet you in Butffalo last fall?"
"Ahl! Then it was in Syracuse?"
"No? I wonder where I have seen you
"You saw me enter the depot about five
minutes ago with my husband, I pres
"Your husband ?"
"Yes, sir, and if you'll only stand around
here three minutes longer you'll make the
tifth tellow of your kind that he has turned
over to the coroner this month !"
Some mashers would have ,aude a run
for it, but this one didn't. Ile went off on
the gallop, and as he wanted to go light lie
left his grip-sack and a ton of brass behind
him -Detroit Friee PIfrs.
School Teachers in Idaho.
When lie had finished with the climate,
soil and productions of Idaho, one of the
group asked. "Hlow about education facil
"That's the only thing we lack," replied
the old man with a mournful sigh.
''We've got schools enoulgh, but we can't
keep no teachers."
"''What's the trouible?"
"Well, take my school, for instance
only two miles from the nearest house,
eminently situated on the top ot:L hill, and,
paying the highest salary. We can't keep
a teacher over two weeks."
"l)o they die?"
".Sonle do, though it's no place for dy
ing. We had a young fellow from Ohio,
and he met a grizzly and whistled for him.
The grizzly cur. We had another, and a
widder run him down and married him
inside ot a month. The third one was
lame, and the Injuns overtook him. Then1
we tried the women folks. The first one
got married the night she lit down there;
I took the second about the iniddlle of the
third week, and the next one was abducted
by a stage robber."
"Why don't you get the ugliest, home
liest woman you can find-some perfect
old terror. like that l:intern-j'awed, razor
faeed female over by the ticket window?"
"Why don't we? Stranger, you Eastern
folks will never understand us pioneers in
the world-never. That's my wife-the
identical school teacher that I married;
and she was the handsomest one in the
drove !"--Detroit Free Press.
TIE DOOMED ASSASSIN.
W'AsmusoToN. June 18.--In view of the
near approach of the execution of Guitean,
Gen. Crocker, warden of the jail, is beilig
daily besieged by applicants for admission
to witliess the hanging. Very few, how
ever, beyond members of the Ipeds and at
tahea of the court, will be permnitted with
in the jail on that day. 'Parties outside of
W,,slhinllton have written here recently,
offering all the way from $5 to $500 a tick
et. The question that is being asked now
is "who will pull the string that will
launch (Guiteau ?" It is now authoritivelv
stated that Gen. Crocker has selected a
mlan from this city to do the work.
Guitea u signed another pa:per this morn
inii at the inlstan'e of his counsel. This
ilgning of legal docllt ents is about all the
writings the assassin ilndtl;ges in. Guiteau
says lie has lost faith in Reed's efforts, his
only- hope being that the president may
extend cxecuntiv v clemnecy, and those who
know himn say that even this hope is not
indulged in to a:1y great extent. The as
sassin appeared lmole peaceful this morn
ilng than lie has flor sometime past.
TO LRllCK' .-.l >IAKEREN.
Tho i:ndersigned is a brick-mnaker of 35 year,'
-xperien(ce--i yeaus i Mlontana. WViil make brick
Ib contlract, or take charge of yard and set and
blrn. Best of refierenees. Appli soon to
MAT. W ORMEIR. Belmhnont. . T.
By Indians fromn my ranch on thi Teton, on the
nighlt of May 11th, One DIapple Brown Stallion, 5
yea-s old, weight 1200pouni ; left hind lootlwhite;
known as the Jilloh Ham:nlmer horse of Bitter tRoot.
A liberal sunm will be palid for his leturn to nie, or
to HIarris & Strong's stables, IBenton.
mayl~tf J. GALBIIEATIHI.
J'. 3. DONNELLY.
&ttorney at Law,
FORT BENTON, M. T,
Prompt Attention Given to Collections.
NOTICE OF SALE.
NOTICE IS HIEIEBY GIVEN, That in pursu
anceof an order of the Prob ,Ie i ourt of the
County of Choteau, made on the 31st day of May,
1852, in the mlatter of the estate of James Crooks,
deceased, the undersigned Administrator of said
deceased, will sell at ,privato sale to the highest
bidder, for cash, sale subject to approval of I'o
bate Court. on Wednesday, the 5th day of July,
18'2, at 11 o'clock, a. in , at Hughes City, Barker
D strict and at the office of LuIk & Hlunt, Attor
neys, at ort Benton, in said (hoteau county, the
following property, to-wit:
Six hundred feet in the Mary Ann mining claim,
Barker iDistrict, Meagher county, Montana.
HI-ouse and lot in M5eaghcer City.
One horse, one saddlle and a bridle at Fort Blen
ton, M. T.
Bids upon the mining property, house at d lot,
bids to lie separate, may be handed to Mike Lar
kin at Hughes City, Barker District, in Meagher
Bids for the shove described property may also
be handed to John J. Donnelly or to luck & IHunt,
attorneys of the estate, or to W. G. Conrad, Ad
Sministramtor in Fort Benton, Chotean county.
By order of Probate Coullrt.
W. G. CON II D, Administrator.
I STAR BAKERY,
John H. Gamble,
FRONT STREET, FT. BENTON, M. T.,
Begs to inform his frientds and the
public generally, that he is now pre
pared to supply families or others with
bread and pastry of all kinds, which he
wao f ants to be .first class.
Fashionable Boot & Shoe.
FORT E ENTON, M. T.
The finest. quality of French Calf-Skin
boots and shoes made to order
and warr!anted to fit.
Repairing Neatly Executed.
Country orders solicited ao., promrptly
'OR'I BEN'T'ON : NONTANA.
IlI, CIIEl, IilT Tll 91 ESl
Alwayson hand at low t prices.
Twetaty-Five Cords of No. I Wood
For sale cheap.
ITHIER & EMIBLETON,
J. R. Wilton,
A RCIHITEC T,
FOI'IT BENTON, ME. T.
Will contract for brick or frame dwellings,
vourches and public buildings. Plans and spei
dcations furnished and work executed in the most
SCE! ICE! ICE
CONRAD, ETHIER & EMBLETON
Are now ready to contract with
hotels, saloons and the public gen
erally, for their summer supply of
Ice. The genuine French article,
and don't you forget it! Leave
your orders with JOE. CONRAD
At I. G. Baker & Co.'s.
For marine insurance in first
class companies Missouri river
shippers can apply during the
boating season of 1882 to the
Ashby Insurance agency, repre
sented by Geo. B.Parker at Fort
lBe.ton, 11. T., and T. J. Todd at
IILK DAIR Y,
- PATRICK HMURPHY,
Wamilies, Hotels, and Publi.Ehnt taintenta satp
ream atnd EStttr.
8S~2 ~ XI E lss1882
Will run this :eason Several
of the Fastest and best boats
on the Missouri River,
Leaving lBismlarck and
ie~ ton twice a
The Coulson Line this year will maintain its
excellent reputation for the prompt delivery of
freight cons igned to the line at any point on the
For freight or passenger rates apply to
D. W, MARATTA,
Gen. Supt. Bismarck, D. T.
WV. S. WVETZEL,
a p21d&wtf Agent. 'Lenton, M. T.
IRO WE'S BUILDING, near the Overland
CHARLES BRYER, Proprietor.
Slo1, e0i, and II e 1icat le Baths
The proprietor calls the attention of the aflticted
to his line
Containing all the constituent parts of the most
celebr:tted mineral springs, for the cure of Itlheu
nmatism, Inmbago. Liver Complainits, and Scor
butic Affections, and all other diseases of the flesh
and nerves, prepared from recipes which have
been secured fromn oneof the most expert analyt
iceal chemists of this age.
With thanks for past patronage and hoping for
a continuance of it in future, I remain,
Montana Bred Stallion
Will stand for public service at
the Park Livery Stables for
the season of 1882,
Lynx, Jr., is a beautiful dapple grey,
5 years old, 16 hands high, and weighs
T ERI 1. 1: S:
Single Leap, $10; Season, $15.
Two mares, property ot one owner, $25,
the season. For pedigree and further
particulars apply to
PARK LIVERY STABLES,
madawtf Fort Benton.
N. H. WEBSTER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
TOBACCOS A CIGARS,
Snuff, Pipes, Smokers' Articles,
Fine Cut Chewing and Vanity Fair Smoking To
baccos always in stock
Headquarters for Genuine Imported
Main Street, opposite the First National Bank,
HELENA, : MONTANA.
The undersigned desires to inform the wool
growersof Montana Territory that he is prepar
ed to pay the highestmarketprices for woot at the
nearest shipping point.
Oflices at Gans & tiein's ,Helena and Benton.
Alt letters will receive prompt attention.
L. CANS, Jr.
(Next door to Largent lHouse,)
SUN IRTIVER CIROSSINR_, M. T.
All the best and niostlpolul:tr tbransIef
WINES. LTQUORN., si !,'i IA A Nj
T0H A ("(',
Constantly on band.
We have the bast Best etILLILARlI: TAB.ES in
town anlt our honsa ir
First-Class in all its Appointments !
SIJN RIVER, i9IONTANA,
The Very Best of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Can be found. Lovers of the game of
Will find a good table at Tom's Saloon
B NTE1R MCCULLOH
Fort Assinaboine, 1e. T.
BRANCH HOUSE, i CONNECTION.
U . .rolh_ a.L, ea mar.l & Co,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers, J J iR Oj j ,
Vi1der' I andin,, ' , T ' FORT MAGINNIS,. - - 1. T.
CARRY A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
all Morchalise onaodelo by Trade of the Torritory,
JOHIN J. KENNEDY. EDWARD KEI,IY.
FORBT BENTON, MON TANA.
KENNEDY & KELLY, Proprietors.
BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, FISH, GAME
Vegetables and Fruit in their season
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
dtr KENNEDY & KELLY.
BENTON P LINE.
Will Run Four of the Fastest and best Boats
on the Missouri river the Coming
Leaving Bismarck and Benton Every Saturday.
T. C. Power, Manager, I. P. Baker, Cen. Agt.,
193 S. Water st., Chicago. 415 Chamin. Commerce Building,st.Louis.
John H. Charles, Supt.,
Sioux City, Iowa.
TARIFF RATES NOW READY.
'° Rates guaranteed, taking quantity and quality into consideration, .
' whether contract is made or not before shipping, and all goods g
shipped on or before June 15h from Chicago, St. Louis, St. Paul g
M and other points, reaching BismarcK on or before July 1st, will go g
through to Fort Benton on the line, or will make good the extra de- __
-" lay and non-delivery, the Manager claiming only the privilege of g
.. stopping the. mentioned agents from taking too muckh freight, -A
,p should there be a rush in the latter portion of the season.
Boats leave regularly on time and passengers and shippers can rely on close con
aections. For freight :or pissge apply to
T. C. POWER & BRO., Beuton, M. T. T. C :POWER & CO., Helena, M. T.
QOHN H. CHARLES, Sioux City, Iowa. 1. P. BAKER, St. Louis, Mo
U0S. S. RATTLE, 60 4lark street Clhieap. I(. P. R. R., St. Paul.
In All Its Appointments the
SUN RIVER, MONTANA,
Is .,Poest Complete.
Its table. bIeds and general accmolunodations are
equnal to those of any hotel in the Territory
MRS. J. A. Pf CE
Has sris umed Pth mmavtmnwit o: tin h osle and
will soare no pains to make her hioue; a d
sirti pstopping place for the tr,,
NDEIJAIDE ST[OCK FA RM.
Lake Park, N. P. L. JR.
Short lorn, Catltle.
My herd of hlgh-bred Short Horns now contains
talns some 70 animals mostly pure Bates Hlave tor
sale a choice lot of young bulls and heifers all by
this iml;ported pure Oxford Geneva (24,221.1 This
grand breed ng bull took sweepstakes prize as
yearlin'g at the Philadelphia International Exhibi
tion and will serve a limiled number of approved
cows outside my herd.
Catalogue onil application.
Have a few high grade Shropshire lambs for sale
uimw coming in and aim bookingl orders at $40 per
p U. E. d9ENGLEllItONNER.
THE RECOR D
02 a Pi
IVIO 1TANA - lr2=- - IT.
UNQU LED-11-- PAI ITE FO EXCUTI THsWNM
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Steam Printing Establishment
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MONTANA - - - TERRJITOR Y.
UNEQUALED PACIITiTIES FOR EXECIJTI\44U TdI'i N' VANE
Pl.,F AINs1 0~ OR N MEN~TAIIL WO0Rk.
.lN 4 M X*3WA-fL * r-NI* W WP~*XI
I T J. WACKERLIN. T. (. IOWER & ' . 1. G. BAKER & (!.
H, J. WUACKE4LI CO
WITOLESALE AND RETAIL D)EALEIRS IN
BAR IRON AND,
Horse-sho and Nails,
Tinware, Stoves, Queensware, Glassware, Tin Roofing and Shroo Iron
Goods of Every Description.
Charter Oak and Acorn
Cooking and Heating Stoves.
The Celebrated WESTMJIINSTER and GARLAND
Soft Coal Base Burners.
THE BEST AND ONLY SUCCESSFUL BASE BURNERS IN USE.
Our stock of Queensware is the largest and most complete ever brought to M,,nt:is
and comprises every article required by hotels and families.
PLAIN AND FANCY 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 V oods,
and consist of all woods used in building a d repairing wagons, carriages and hbuggies,.
We have complete stock of
TIN GOOD S!
Including Tin Roouing, (Gtr.tvrs and Pipes, and will contract to do all kinds of rooti0
repairing, etc. Tin goods ot every desctiption MADE TO ORDER on T;hor
notice and a.t. re aouabi. pri..-e. We propose to keep one of the largest
and best supplied estahWlislhmnitsof the kind in Montana Territory
and will lspare no pans or expense to give
ENTIRE SAT'I.IFACTON TO OUR PATRONS.
Has pr'chased at the executor's sale the entire stock of
LEATE~EIT A5 JD FINDI~'zaTS,
Belonging to the estate of the late I. 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
AMOUNTING TO FROi $O0,000 TO $70,000, CONSISTING OF
Childe s, s.oy 9oY
Doots Shoes, > ippers and Rubber EGood
1Ever before displayed by any firm this side of Chicago.
Sign of the BIG( BOOT, 1ain Street,: na, Moutnta
-ep ton i 'this house anid would be plesd to