OCR Interpretation


The Benton weekly record. [volume] (Benton, Mont.) 1880-1885, September 21, 1882, Image 7

Image and text provided by Montana Historical Society; Helena, MT

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85053148/1882-09-21/ed-1/seq-7/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

a4i e pr of the Grand Jury.
,: . ck ye sterday evening the
n.eaul county for the Sep
:,, . 1,came into the Dis
: :. i o ,addrliltional indictments
: :.he fo renoon and also
. hei: proceedings,which
,-t was presented to the
:. r( ,:.r Co., 3M. T.,)
nlt mber 12, 1 M82.
::. D. ile, JudlOe Third
Crut, tTeriritory, of
il /A' the Counti of
ro. r, cf the grand jury
;'. n aw, charged at the
;; < the District Court,
tiet, blegn and holden
. ':-t Benton and county
i:.;:i ; f o#.'!en s conmmitted
, the county, respect
. i ire i nto all of the
our notice and have re
:! ' i ict ent in all cases
! thied
:. cx:uile the county
i :. 1 : (:cleanl, and in as
. ,ib le in the absence of
;;hich workmen were
in place. We recom
. co liine.l in the jail,
h.cre, ihe employed in
. o" Fort Benton:
- ited the place in which
a.. . .nl stick are kept, and
S very ick with typhoid
... i ig in an alley, used
: : or lumber anld furni
:. . d:1 by a iilthy yard, in
- of an old privy exposed,
.:. : ; in too strong
, I ;n ...i:r in which the party
- ,d for time care of indi
S1 .i-. 'or them, and the of
,:. who permit it.
. i-. ,t,-1ionl, we recommend that
i.ioers purchase a farm,
; : or Soliotkin, not over
n ,! t,·i . and erect suitable
,ti.i i,'w ac ;eonommiolation of county
An .ACa hmld be selected with
S:I,. s to raise their own
,being partially sell
.., ,. n,:t. i , und the boy Jimmy
t ' l ..t ' a r, iormatory, either in
Sii; '' n.: , t. 'His case comes up be
i .< . win grand jury, and if lihe
i:: +, i.; : 'sed, there is abundant
hneu· ; .i. 1· i: een a~sadly neglected by all
Si. vi'h.,d and examined the of
,-. th.' pv:r,_bate juidge and county re
S:,:i Iit proper" book. for all
', : , r ,tý'w-,tltgs necessary to be and
k.,i " . ~roses, land the office is
ri,. ,-i'ii "ir-proof vault for the safe
k,,i f :.il ," AI.s, palpe:rs and books per
, ill t'5:lii:0ng the records we find,
,' ,: n,ii ioll ouf or present pro
.i":: j .: : oil, ~ o(i(" Oc]i ers, that from
ito iJne Iz-82 the expendi
to , of , c, -unt yU has been reduced, from
i. : lt ,ene months, $11,84 .9)2,
:, . .ii:ont the reduction of the
,i: , as , e mihas been $8, 080.501
u , , ions alleys and back
: ne. iiiy:h condition which will
. :: 'I. i in ialarial diseases, and
:.: t.ie ropIr oflicials look
I:::: . 1 : ia more1 cl.sely ; and see the
, , :a.-, sso as not to be a nubi
..: ,, ;' ti il habitaiilt of the the town. W e
SQ. ...:: 1, .. k inside the town limits,
I ;· ;.,; i!h M endangers the same
,.;,.i; ', ! ; 'r, i. w ' l conflagration:
hioi ullnld that the board
': il-I's take action inllne
:i oe, :, i adequate means
, :e. to thle town of Fort
rE, .; latrly rec(ommendchi that
. . : ý i'tial bridge )be built
:. gizing the fact that
½i 1, i i/r: . i'atil to our disadvantage
,... . rp1er and eicient action is
S - " ~' ti' (Im iOsIiol I'S:
',~.~y .iin upon the officers tobe
S1a. ,cin the law against
San dissolute characters
S x or color, and also against
..,. a Ils of rostituition lupOln the
i , ; roughfares, especially Main
S o ., i.i is respectfutilly submitted.
I. A. C UMMINGS,
Foreman.
C'lerk."'
i:,'. ?T. 3i. <.~b~y, /form erly with Klein
.-:i,.:, . ,i"i . l : t., of this place, has been at
!:::. h r It.11 =:t eight days, and return
, y1 . · .:"ilay _,,i the coach from that place.
1iQ-, : thren is :now a rushing business
t :.'. mies. The Clenennin Min
i 1 Sn witin Company are about
t) li', ga gie, hbuiing, ,which is to con
. . _ .,mCbe? of roasters and when com
i,.,l they will d uble the capacity of the
cain,:my f.r tuirning out bullion. Labor
inis i n inanl, d at Barker, and not
(ei:',gih f,' it can be obtained to carry on
the( work hat enough, and everything
pot)iilit to i:te proip'rity of the camp in the
futl'ire. The Wright & Edwards Mining
'i.y are now working their property,
w\iih ::1; th, free at their command, and
whi:h they will double as soon as it is pos
sible foir :hem to do so. It is worked by
the Sic :llini Comnpany at present, and is
o~m i,-1 f gahleua ore. The Meeks mine,
whic\ i no: ga:iena, is also smelted but
Int wvi, ed by the company. The smelt
i10-' i,)1tllenl, are also going to erect soon
a large building for charcoal, for which
they have contracted with Mr. W. II.
1!k!i 1 ,',+,r l)robably the largest amount of
lhi:ueoil ever contracted for in Montana.
It is w:ii to be lfr one hundred and sev
e ly-five, thousand hls.hels. The whole
caml) is propcerous, and houses are going
lip in all cdireions.
F1or IMaginutls.
Last: Sumlday's linier prints the follow
lg: Said a lRepublican to a Miner re
p)ortci ySstcrday : "I am for Maginnis,
and I dontt care who knows it. Hie is the
best, and in fact the only delegate Montana
has: ever had who has done anything for
the Territory. I believein keeping agood
mnan in Congress when we find one. I am
not alone in this opinion. Butte is full of
lRepubicains who will vote for Maginnis."
-Inde{)endent.
,qofesional cards.
SHOBER AND LOWRY,
4ttorneys at Law and Collecting Ageni'
Iackson Street near Wood Street.
HELENA, M. T.,
J. A. AN OUSS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
FlRgT BENTaýON, 1l. T.,
VOTARY PUBLIC AND JUSTICE, OF THE
PEA CE.
OFFICE: i Street between Baker and St.
lohn's Streets.
J. J. DONNELLY.
Attorne at Law,
FORT BENTON, M. T.
Prompt Attention Given to Collections.
MASSENA BULLARD,
ttocnrn s nscier at at
Will Practice ansd Make Coiections in all
parts of the Territory.
JOHiN W. TATTAN,
ATTOBINESt"Y iAT LAW .,
Fort Benton, Montana.
Conveyaancing a Specialty
Office at County Clerk's Office, Coot House
ouilding. (se 2i9wti)
iORACE It. ItUCK. W. Hi. HUNT, JR.
BUCK & HUNT,
Attortneys anad Counaetlors at Law.
FORT BENTON, - - MONTANA.
mafEg Special attention given to conlveyanclng and
making out Hlomestead. Pre-e mption, Tree Claims
and Desert Land papers
W. R. SETTLE. 0. s. LYTLE.
SETTLE & LYTLE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
FORT BENTON, MONTANA.
Will practice in all the courts of the Territory.
buy, sell and convey RIeal Estate, Mining and
Town Property.
to Collections of all kinds promptly attended
to.
..i- Office corner Main and Bond streets.
Probate Notice.
In the Probate Court, in and for Choteau County,
Territory of Montana.
Notice is hereby given that H. Brinkman, ad
ministrator, having tiled in this court a petition
for the sale of the real property of the estate of
William Preston deceased, the hearing of the same
has been fixed by said court for Saturdav the 9th
day of September. 1882, at 2 o'clock, in the after
noon of said day, at the court room thereof, at Fort
Benton in said cn;uuty of Choteau; and all persons
interested in said estate are n,,tified then and
there to appear and show cause, ii any there be,
why the said petition should not be approved, and
the sale of the said reti estate ordered.
Dated August 9th, 1S82.
JOHN W. TATTAN.
angl0dlwtd Ex-officio Clerk.
angleuarau x-oInceio ucerl. 'aurtlOlwtdci Ex-ofiicio Clerk
e and
aice is
e safe
SW etzfind,e
pro
from
G.50 :
teIOdE nd
e the
We
WmitS, ,LQOR D LE A E
tion :
hoard khow to behb,
Au- CLOiTHIN G, I mLERY,
loonsa k
ForLt DRY GOODS, ANDI CROCIKERY,
built oO t T earfly SHOES, b GLASSWARE,
: that
itage
on is
tobe And the Best Brands of
ainst
eters
ainst
Mie WIJNE_ S, LUORS AND SEGNAMS.
tted.o
Our lines of Fancy and Staple Croceries aret cnplete in every respect
antl! having been personally selected are known to be the best thle eastern
markets can afford. We have a large stock of
Agricultural Implements:
Ilace.
nless McCormick's Reapers and Mowers, and Taylor's Hay Rakes.
Min
o- Fish Bros. Farm F Freight Wagons.
ronl
f the -::
abor
l not We offer special indulncements to the tradilng public-a large assortmnenlt of every
y oni variety, a stock carefully chosen and the best to be had, and prices so low
hing that every one will find it to his interest to buy of us.
Ithe
nig O E T - -----: o :---.
erty,
and gWXe pay high prices for
pos
d by Robes, Skins, Furs and Peltries.
ad is
iimie,
I but
nelt- STORAGE, FORWA R Tw AXN OO`l 0 MTq.9TOW .
hich
an M. A. FLANAGAN,
SeV
hole
lo'-E !
rore- @ jjgttcnit abindnt% trfimeart ziLst srtices
m the
itanma Nk ins n!fedihntery , fautas, Oils. arnishes, liri es. ihless. m i egars. 1t
g for
good .... r.> n"ilt
Oa
ull of
OfLBE ERATED ONJVER8ITY MEDICINES
THE BIG SPRING
CLOTHING BOO
Has Now Commenced at
Hirshbe Nathan's.
Our spring and summ er stock of cloth
ing, gents' furnishing goods, boots and
shoes, hats, cap. , rubber clothing, gum
boots, trunks, valises, and everything
belonging to a firstclass clothing house,
is now complete.
We intend selling goods this season lower than ever, in order to keep the lead, which we have
always had heretofore. We guarantee every article we sell to be as represented, and strictly
honest treatment is our motto.
Call and see o ,r ELEGAT STOCK....----et Prices and .be
CONVINCED !
7°"Orders by Mail or Express will be carefully lil.ed without delay..
HIRSBtreet, FORT ENTON . T.
Front tlteet, - - - FORT BENTON, H. T.
Probate Notice.
In the Probate Court, in and for Choteau County,
Territory of Montana.
Notice is hereby riven that C. E. Conrad and
Fanny Clend. nin, administrators ,c., having filed
in this court a petition for the sale of the real
property of the estate of George Clendenin Jr., de
ceased, the hearing of same has been fixed by
said Court for Saturday the 9th day of September,
'882, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at
the Court Room thereof, at Fort Benton in the
said county of Choteau; anl all persons interest
ed in said estate are notified then and there to
appear and show cause if any there be, why t,,e
said petition should not be approved, and the sale
of the said reai estate ordered.
Dated August 9th, 1882.
JOHN W. TATTAN,
aurlOdlwtd Ex-officio Clerk
Prob:ate "Notice.
In the Probate Conrt, In and for Choteau County,
Territory of Montan a.
Notice is hereby given that H. Brinkman, ad
ministrator, has filed in this court a petition for the
s lde of the real prloperty of the estate of Charlee
Duvale, deceased, the hearing of the same has
been fixed by the said court for Saturday the 9th
day of S.+ptemnber, 1$82. at 2 o'clock, in the after
noon of said day,at the Court Room thereof,at Fort
Benton in the said Cnounty of Choteau; and all
persons interested in srid estate are notified then
and there to appeai r :?iud show cause, if any there
be, why the said a'eti ioa should not be approved,
and the sale of the said real estate ordered.
Dated August dth, ias;2.
JOIHN W. TATTAN,
auglOdlwtd Ex-oflicio Clerk.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
W NfibTES LIQ UOR S,
CAGAIRS AND TOBACCO.
Hermitatge, Lanhcaster,
S.McBrayer, Mellwood Rye,
Blue Grass, Blue Ribbon,O.K "
j Anderson, O. Horsey Rye,
Stag, Nelson, Reindeer, Iagnoli €.
Scotch and Irish Whiskies.
ri s Y ;.s. am3E'ass Ale, Ginger Ale, Double Soda, Cider,
i snxZrl waers, Angostora Bitters, HoStetter b tters,
Reeda'S Cocktail bitters, Etc.
s C. or. Front, and ¬a. ker Streets,
vs~e 00 oIf all ll. Fort Benton, FMonttana.
THE
SFORT BENTONT, M. T.,
--o--
Has the Very Best Accommodations in the- City
Sample Rooms and Headquarters for Traveling Men.
BAR and BILLIARD 'ROOMCAttached !
Prices Same as Any Other House of its Class
J. SULLIVAN, Prop
DAVIDSON & )VIOFFITT,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
HARNESS, SADDLES,
Saddlery Hardware, Etc., Etc.
WOOL ACKS, TWINE, SHEEP SHEARS, TENTS, ETC., ETC.
-0---
Agen9s ort Hill's
cuncord Buggy and Team Hmrness.
---o--
Cas Paidid for Hdes, Firs, reltries , o Etc. Uepairing Neatly
Benton Saloon!
Main St., Fort Benton,
DANIEL KELLY, Proprietor.
-THE FINEST OF
Winns, Liaors at Cluars,
jesdtt
T 30hrel !rin0, 0 0 ti
RAMS.
T1hese Rams are from the flocks of some of
the best breeders of Thoroughbred
Sheeri in the United States.
The Merinos were
Bred by oon. GQeo. Campbell,
Of Vermont, and are especially adapted to the cli
mate of Montana, because of their comparative
freedom from wrinkles and grease, or yolk.
Our ranch is seven miles from Fort Benton, where
we shall be pleased to see all parties interested in
thoroughbred sheep.
PRICES REASONABLE.
g-.Correspondence solicited.
PARIS GIBSON.& SON.
Fort Benton, June 1. 1881, w4m
$500 REWARD.
Will be paid by the Cioteau and Mea
gher Counties Stock Protective Association
for the apprehension and conviction of any
person or persons whoshall 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
intoxicatilig drinks to half-breeds on the
ranges of the above Association.
$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 nembers of this Associa
tion.
t1y tr;i.e of Executive Committee Cho
teau awd Meagher Counties Stock Associ
ation.
31. E. MILNER,
Secretary
Augl2wtf.
Disso!ution Notice.
Notice is lhereby given that the co-partnership
heretofore existiing between J. C. Rourassa and
Oliver Pichette under the firm name of Bourassa
& Pichette, doing business at Big Spring Creek,
Meagher cout,!y, is dissolved by mutual consent.
J. C. IBoonrssi retiring. Oliver l'ichette will as
sI ume a liabilities aid receive all accounts due to
the firm.
J. C. BOURASSA.
OLIVER PICIIETTE.
August 2S -tf
iotlce to Creditors.
ESTATE OF CIHARLES DUVAL, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against the estate of Charles Duval, de
ceased, to exhibit them, wih the necessary vouch
ers, to me. the undersigned public administrator,
within four months after d-te of publication of
this notice. HEREiM N BIII'NKMAN,
Pubhlc Administrator.
July 1R, 182.
Iluck & Hunt, Attorneysv for estate.
1ONTANA CATTLE CO.
(INCORPORATED.)
Jonx T. Muais'Y, Manager.
Organized, name and brand recorded in 1879.
Rangce-Muscleshell Valley.
Address--Helena ad Martinsdale, M. T.
WINDER & Co.
?ange--Willow Creek, N. W. T.
Address-Fort McLeod, N. W. T.
This year's calves, double crank on left hip
and wattle on throat.
. 13.D. PI-IILLIPS.
Address-Fort Benton, M. T.
Range-Judith Basin.
Ear-marks Split in left ear, piece off of top of
right ear.
Horses branded P on right thigh.
Broadwater, McCulioh & Co.
Address--Iort Assinaboln, 1A. T.
Range-North side of Bear's Paw Mountains
Horses and mules braunded same as cattle.
TRUTTE & SWEET.
Address-Uttcaeaghet r county, M. T.
; Range._Judith Basin. , ; , :
IlHorses brianed with a 2 inch s~qure on the
right shoulder,.
Uo :F. Z:EIG:LEIR.
Address-IHieleua, >i. T.
Range--paiane !o t Bedford.
Vent--Reversed Z on leit hip.
.+Range-Betn 7 o n iver slid \ ouri River..
Ear-arl.:s-,crop of in right car anl t. notches
on under side of eft ear. Old cattle h'ave E. .
Brookes' brand and ear-mark.
- eh ¢¢3{'" " . -, ; , ý
STEPHEN SPITZLEY.
Range-Arrow Cree;.
Address-Fort Maginnis, M. T.
Address-Hl na or O!d As ncr. It T.
SRnge - :etween Ttn Sivr antd ir Rivers,
tar-t: in:ni b nd crop in left
Ear. rl:e's--Crcp f righea antI of u tcheedig
rears a e ; :d oI on it it,
Horses branded same as O!a cittlet shvoulder.
Vent-Same brs brand nverted on left shoulder.
,- s .+. I v~a+}
w,+..2; ...
de~,, F..++..o+,,+jg,+++r
Vent+--Sarme as tbrand reverted on leit sh~oulder.
W. B. HUNDLEY & CO.
Address-Helena, H. T.
Range-Arrow Creek, and Judith Basin.
Marks-Crop off of both ears and dewlap.
p A
oi" .h Y::'.
SF .'. -. pIOBSON.
Range-Juditbh Basin, M. T.
Address--Utic , Mnea1er county, M. T.
Also owners of cattle branded 22 on left ribs,
J. F. Taylor, Jgent
Address-Helena or Old Agency, M. T.
Range-Between Teton and Marias Rivers, Cho.
teau county.
Ear-marks-Crop and half over crop in left ear.
Calves of the year 1879 andl of succeeding years are
branded only on left side.
Vent-Same as brand inverted on left shoulder.
, ·-
T td A trM
P. H. ROWLES & BRO.
Address-SunTitiver, M. T.
Range--Sun Rivv r to Benton. :
Ear-marks--wo Slits in left ear.
BIorses branbdr a same ou left shoulder.

xml | txt