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The Benton weekly record. [volume] (Benton, Mont.) 1880-1885, October 12, 1882, Image 7

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NEW YOR GATIrLS IN NEED,
Three Chlr 14''Mu giersa Fiid4 Tbt¬Pl
rivte iin St. LOSui _Witiritut loney
or IFrliends.
"vm'n called Mt the Post-Di.ptch oC]ke
and asked to see a reporter. They were
sh1bblty dIre=Sed, and evidenttl in had
lick. They gave their names as Marie
Gonzales. I.izzie Gonzaile, alnd Zilla LT,ton
One of theI. :t least, Mi Lizzie Gonzales,
was redly a very p)retty and very young
girl. This is the t irov they told: "We
we're enY~rgged last S-:tttrd.ay week in New
York for the Ideal opera company in St.
i.ouis by Mir. PBr:own:, a (i::a:ttic agent in
New \orik. H1 , se ,urcd us situations on
a writtcin p .l . et"e fi:im us that he slihal.!
get ive per 'eoi., of our sala:'ies. We hav
in"g agr'eed( il tiis :t, Ei! i'tri( uced us to Mr.
E,:lwardS, the :g'ir of the ideal opera
colpan who, i :t ;'.i to come tOo St.
Ilouis n:o:m sin~n i1 Mhe c.horus of tIhe col
pa;ny.'
We' . :i( no ! :o ,"; , gill Lizzie G()'n
zols,tki, up2 W, e t:G.o, "a . so they
pil, uil:r ay 1 tut ho rle. ani oi last hial
daiy ., got to tM' tlh''r'. M r. Barnett
told Ti that tI!' :(genit i' '.ho engaged us
must have been crazy to offer us $18 a
week; that hie a o-ltl. n1ot gv!e u more thon
$14 a week, amir if we (ii(lii't4ike that we
nleed(n't go to work. Here we were, far
fromu home, withlouit any rn'aey; what
couril we do? (itf ,c(uSt'e, we Vanti to
"Anid. thle, on WeVdnesday evening,'" ,,
said Zilht Loton, "that being pay day, Mr.
Barnett insulteC , .s in the most outrageOlus A
maunrer. lte said we we\\e not wori'th ,$14 F
a week, and that he woou inot pay ius nmore
than $10. le sa 1 that hec had been de
ceived in us, anyh ow; that ihe had wanted
three attractive blonldes to till up the front
sets, and that we were failures as far as A
that went; that we were defective in
shape, and that only one of us, Lizzie Gon
zale,, at all came up to wltt he expected.
He said that she migiht make up for hler
sister's dfee ts, butt he wouldn't give any
of us more than 1]0. Hle got i more and to
imre insulting a.r he went one , reproaching '
us with our failure in ha viug mien run
after us, anmd the end of it was thatwe left I
with only a couple of dollars and board I
bills to :lay, which took tup all of our mon
ev. Now we do not know what to do. We
don't know a sIoul in the ownl.'' eli
'`Ws,"' contllut. ti :rie (0onz.les, "and to
to-day our landhlaytv turntoed us out of the n
hi.t' e. 1lre we are now witlihoutt a place
to iy out' hladst to-night in a strange ('ityv,
a.,id if we are chorus girls, we have been,
at any irate, inniocent. I doi'l know what
w.t, will do. We will have a walk the
streetls all nig'ht.",
The girls are (videnitl in a lestyerate
trait. and unless siome lcharitably disposed
gentliaan cemes forward and helps them
hone to New York thty are apt to have
lasting 'cause to regret their visit to ,t.
Louis. They were directed last night to
the l'emale N ight Refuge, on Twenty
third and Morgan streets, under the care ,
of the Sisters of St. Joseph, and an eflbrt
will be made to-day to secure the money
to send them home. All the girls have
fitilites in New York.
A BOYS GAXIE OF CI1RCUS.
loaw a Little Georgia Parerey'm Pranilt'1
11ith a l ope Caniis4 a Tragedy:
From the Ma1:rcon 'Tlegrapb.
Yesterday afternoon t)oil three o'clock
an old colored rwom:an named iutetia Per
kins locked up her two grai; 0oilldren, one
a boy :about ton and the otlhr :! iitle girl
about three yvou-s of h. he chihlirn
Were loc:ed up in the hotie, but the win
dow was opened out: cf %\ Idch'they looked
upon a frightful sight, In the adjoining
lot lives Sol Clcineos md wife, nalso color
ed. In this yard Irom thie lil) of a tree
is s iendell a sin gle rope, :at; the end "f
which is a l:ige knot, and the oys iiuse. i
this to swing luoon. Alint Latetia had in
bei employ a boy named John Henry Cl
vim. recce'd'v afterno"on he went to the
horlse, and thesI into dthe n ;t lot whecre
hung the swing, and told the children who
were watching tiim from the window that
he was going to play ci ,Acs. .After swing
ing for some time in the usuali w5ay, he got
.upon piece of s:.scntlting that was laid
tupo!n .ie fence 1nd the tree, and then put
htil rope around his neck. Having done
this he was going to play cirens trnd hang'
bhjselft :td swing off. The children saw
his convulsions, bat could not get to hiim,
hbut coud not have wlpet'i hii in any t way
as they were too small, thoughl they might
have called for assistance.
Aunt Lutetia returned frgm the funeral
about half-past four.o'clock. As soon as
the children saw her from the window they
called her to hurry up, a sJohn had had hung
himself. She repaired at once to the swing
buit the boy had been dead some time.
The boy evidently miscalculated the dis
tance when he swung off: le was found
in a sitting posture, his flt:t touching the
ground a;ild his body about, ix inches from
it. IIe was said to have been a b:ight
chihl, and his death seems to be 'deeply
regretted by the large number of colored
neighbors who Ilocked to the house last
night. His mother's lamintations were
heart rending.
Heart renlling.
"Let the North Pole Alolne."
It is becoming an every-day thing in
New York to say that the north pole busi
ness should be allowed to tike a rest.
"lHang it," said 'an unscientific man the
other day, "Why don't they let the north
pole alone ? It ain't doin' nothin' to them;
but they must keep jabbin' at an' foolin'
irounnd it all the time, Supposin' they
4o get froze up and lost 'way up there in
the ice? i say it serves them right. Why
don't they let things alone?" A great
many Gothamites with a better way of
shaping their thoughts, say pretty much
the same thing. An authority on the sub
ject tells me that not .a single point of
practical knowledge of the pole has been
gained in the last 200 years. It'was pro
posed not long since that everyone who
Wants to explore the Arctic world should
get carte blanche to do so, and even be
sent off with cheers, and then that several
men-of-war should be stationed in the
neigihborhood of Behring strait to prevent
any of them from coming baek--shoot 'ena
right down if thdy attempted it.. 'he idea
seemed pretty good, and lots 'of folks
would be thankfnulf it were carrie d oat.
SHOtE AN1D LOWRY,
tttortnys at Law and Collecting Agen ,
raekson Street netr Wood trr t
LNA1, M. T.
3 . -/-s- - "-- .- - -
ie Uttorney and Counsellor at Law
n FORIT BENTON, P.. T.,
VOTARY PIThLIC AND JUSTICE OF TYE
g9 PEA CE.
OFFICE: ;I &treet between Baker and St.
w ohn's Streets.
t JJ. DOJNNELLY.
A.ttornev at Law,
FORT BET . N, 31 T.
Prompt Attention Given to Collectioni.
0MAS-.ET A BUT IIARID
'A.3cf:tene; utnsellr at t a
SA~1 Pre nce;(-n antd *aaka Collections ie alI
. parts of the T''|ritaory,
JO; : W. " .TATTA~`N.,
Fort Banton, Montana.
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ConavetyanicizR a-J4peciahly
O!hico at C:>i:ty Clerk's Oiffce, Coot House
uhilding. (sa Y':wtl),
HORACE R. IBUCK, W. H. LUN'T, J.
BUCK & UNT,
Attor.eiys aRid C.,euiselor** at law.
FORT HENTON, - M "ONTAN'A.
Spec 8peial attentio'i given to conveyancing and
makink out tlHo estead. P! e-eniption, Troe (laims
and I)esert Land papers.
Wr. 1I. SETTLE. C. S. LYFI,.
SET.TLE & LYTLE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
FORT :tBENTON, MIONTA NA.
Will practice in all the courts of the Territory.
buy, sell and convey Real Estate, Mining and
Town Property,
'ow : .Poller.i of all kinds promptly attended
to.
4-" Office corner Main and Bond streets.
.R-i(,mtt c(uracyr Claii afi BOnle streets.
!ft 1
I(1 Notice to creditors.
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SESTATE OlF WM1. PRESTON, Deceased.
e Notice is hereby given to all persons kavin,
claims against thu estate of Wm. Preston, decea.
ed, to exhibit them with the necessary voncher
Id to me, th 'unndersigned public administrator, witi
in four mouh1h aster date of publication of thl,
noties. ITERMAN ERINKMAN,
" i July 18, 1Pu. I'blic Administrator
, Buck & ~lui . A ttornieys for esta5te
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SA V D i -
d CLOTIIING, C(; I'LERY, I
I)RY GOODS, -,ANDi CROCKERY,
(1
i IWINES, LIQUORS AND SEG AR-,.
d1 .-
eour iine of Fancy and Staple Croeries are ,:,nl.. in every r.3pect
and havfing been personall3 wleI.ted iare k!;owin to ,he the b"si the e.i~`ern
markets can afford. We have a la:rge to('kif
tAgricultural Implements:
McCormick's Reapers and Mowers, anrd Taylor's !Hay Rake..
'ish Bros'. Farm -&. reight Wagons.
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n We offer special Inducements to the trading public-:. large assortmen~t of very
t variety. a Mtock carefully chosen and. the be.t to be hal. and price.e so low
Y that every one will find it to his interet tto buy of ut.
% We pay hlgh prices for
n -Robes, Skins, Furs and Peltries.
e STORAGE, FORWARl.ro . `) 0 %' i T'M.V. .
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. A. FLANAGAN,
BENTON DRUC STORE!
a fe thic s _ it c .
OGLEBIRATf)D UNTVERSlTY Mdl)leNFs
..GRAND OPENING OF.
"" ..a. -- - -- ," -- " , , r , t.- . '
a ll Winter Goods !
Facts, FACT Facts,
INDISPUTABLE i
THAT WE HAVE THE BEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
-Men's, youths', - oys' and children's
suits, overcoats, ulsters, ulsterettes, buf
falo and blanket overcoats, arctics, mon
itors, snow excluders, German socks,
gloves, mittens, wool boots, rubber boots,
_ boots and shoes, hats, caps; trunks, valises,
1blankets, quilts, etc., etc., in this market.
a Everybody knows who has tried, and those who have not should call and be convinced that we
sell Better Goods, Newer Styles, better fitting garments, than any other house in Benton.
- " Prices are A!ways the Lowest.AT Please Call and Examine..
G, "ORDERS BY MAIL OR EXPRESS WILL BE (A REFUI.TY FILLED WITHOUT DELAY.
. HIRSHBERC & NATHAN.
ý Front treet, - - - - FORT BENTON, M. T.
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Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OF CHARLES DUVAL, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against the estate of Charles Duval, de- e
ceased. to exhibit them, with the necessarvvouch- c
ers, to me, the undersigned publi adlininistrator, e
withiny four months after d +te of publication of v
this notice. HIERMAN BRINKMA N,
Public Administrator.
July 18, 1882.
Bl. t Hiunt, Attorneys for estate.
Notice to Creditors.
ESTATE OF CHARLEI JACKSON, Deceasel.
Notice is hereby given to all persons having
claims against the estate of Charles Jackson, de
ceased, to exhibit them, with the ueessary vouch
ers, to Ime, the undersigned public administrator
within four months after date of publication of
this notice. HIERIMAN BRINKM I N,
Public Administrator.
July 18, 1i82.
Buck & ll lºt, Attorneys for estate.
LUMBER AND SHINGLES !
BIC+ C-ASJINO Mills !
Four Miles from Reedsportt, Iont.
Splendid Timber,
. FIRST-CLASS MILL,
Competent Workmen,
f.ASIlR PEIOCES I
PFill soC ciistiatly il IIIh , DBmo1n131ion01 8t1 10 Or1r,
W. H. WATSON.
1Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
W INES, LIQ UORS>
CIGARS AND. TOBACCO.
[-. "% xrI-IISITIES. .R
H Ilermitage, Lanhcaster,
M cBrayer, Mellwood Rye,
Blue Grass, BlueRibbon,O.K
Anderson, Q. Hlorsey Rye,
-u·. StagS , Nelson, Reindeer, Magnoli ,
Scotch and Irish Whiskies..
II ,i1;RAND'iI
-Imported Wines - and-.-Brandies !
$ýlliýe4sS. 8tnuts , BWSs' Ale, Giager Ale, DSoublee *Sdaa, lider,
- Mliieral waters, Angostora Bitteri, loStctter bitter,.
Ree4'S Cocktail bitters, Etc.
Ose Goo-ds of all Kinds Cor. Front and Baker Streets, a
S6 GoUods of all indUs. Fort Benton, Mtontana.
THE
Choteau House
FORT BENTON, M. T:,
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rip
Has the Very Best Accommodatios in the City
nample Rooms and Headquarters for Traveling -en.
B AR and BILLI RD ROOM i.Attphedd!
• -.Price-s S.ame an Any Other House of Its Cins- ..."
Washington Brewery.
Main Street, oplpoeite Broadway,
Helena, ": M. T.
wtmrFEJS, LIQUTTORJS
r AND BEGtALRS.
JOHN STIENBRIENNAR, Prop
aprl4wt.
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AceiMohnatiois for Tr olears
E. J. THOMAS,
DEARBORN CROSSINC,
- Helena asd IHestnon Road.
MORSEI BdOJRED
By the Day, Week or Month.
Travelers will find this the best house on the Hel
en 1'oad for transient or regular board.
Prices Very Reasonable.
aprl2wtf
I MANN 'S RAN .H!
On The
SRoad to Barke !."
.
Wit hin fine Iys 1ri's 1'
- BENTOTN OR THE MINES!
l a con enoieut., - J ,Illiht l ',in...- place.
tee
The Zlet of Acco nanodatio-s for I
A Man and Bea sra
' At iR aonable Pr-ic es.
feb8wtf
SPM( BlJHSM i S1i 8P!
Corner er inker and Franklin Sl.;.,
I Fort Hentois, i Motaln,
e F. M. LEPP ER, Pro.
I Blac kmithing and Wag'on
Repairing.
All work intrustea to me will be lone in the most
" thoough. adl workuian-iike ,man)lner.
L:very, Dra t, Saadde He?;sr spýeaa d iMate
ep24wtf
ADELAIDE ST OCK FARMS
alake Park, i. P. 23. M.
hord Ha7 au e -C.!
31My herdi of h g/-bie'.l Shlort Horus now contains
tams some 70 anniah! loostly ure Ba:tes. Have for
sa.e a choice lot of young bulls and heifers all by
this imported Oure Oxford Geneva (24,221.1 This
grand breed ig bull took 8weej takes' prize as
yearling at the PhiladelphiaInterirtionai Exhii.- A
tion and will serve a linmiied number of approved E
cows outside imy her. E
Cat logue on .arl icaiio. on 0
Hlave a few hrigh grade S}hropshiro lambs for sale Bri
now corning in a'nd am brking order,t at :40 per -
, ELL .L, a _ _T' A54
. ropri. .a . HR
The P.EI.MUM* GALLERY iin . tlen tie
First P.rze of 'Ex ce'-Ing "
Every year for the past 5 years, and was awsarded
..... HiCHE PT E I U4
At the last.' Territorial Fwir held !in H ich:on where
THE 8STf 95OLL r T io S
FrYem Chia.go and othur Eaat-rn c.i-.s we re .x
" I t
Madame ~ckert'a sailery
Has been removed to Upper Main St.eet, opplosite
the Post;-offiice, where her friends may feeli
- s.urr.l of obhtainui.g
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MONTANA CATTLE CO.
(INCORPORATED.)
JoHN T. MURPHY, Manager.
Organized, name and brand recorded in 1879.
Range-Muscleshell Valley.
Address--Helena and Ma.rtinsdal, M. T.
WINDER & Co.
Uange-Willow Creek, N. W. T.
Address-Fort McLeod, N. W. T.
This year's calvee, double cranuk on lef hip
and wattle on throat.
I i
* B. D. PhIILLrPS
Address-FortBenton.3I. T,
Range-Judith Basin.
Ear-mark--Split in left ear', piece otl of top of
right ear, "
Horses branded P on right thigh.
UTRITE & SWET'I'*
Address-Utic Meagber county, W T.
ange--"Judith Basin. '. _
Horses branded witlt a 2,1 inch squata on the
$ight shoutder.
J~. - Taylor, Jgeut
dre'ý--- feleln or Old Agency, 3. T.
I e -'tt Teton and Marias Rivers,
Choti Gclarty.
Ear-mairk- -io'!,p and half under crop in left
ear. a' of he yeair k180 and of succeceding
1-y ear's are branded onlb on left side.
Vent-S:line as brand inverted on left sihul der
J F jTelyor, .-en t.
Addreass-iHelena or Old Ageney, M. T.
Range-L-et-een Tet' n iant Maricas Rivers, Cho
teau count;.
SEar-mark~s-Croi 'nd ralf over crop in left ear.
Calvs. of the ;'ca... i. and Iof srinecling 3 ears are
brandc d only on left s ide.
HoIrses; ,rt,anderd same as 'ea tie n left shoulder.
nu-Snmc ai: brand Inr:'eeote on left shoulder.
S 1 .ý: .-. .. .. ýZl i
Rangn-Sp.l'1o t+ IOd ford.
Vent-R-overseod Z on left hip.
ET _DT iDREW.
Address-Fort Shaw, T. 1'.
Range-Between Stml Slver and Missouri River.
Ear-marks-Crop off in right ear and two notchts
on under.side of left ear. Old cattle have E. G.
Brookes' brand and ear-mark.
STEPHEN- SPITZLEY.
Range -, .rrow ureek.
Address--Fort ?.Mginnis,M. T.
,re
[tof W. B. ITHUNDLEY & CO.
Address--Helena, M. T.
tRage-Arrow Crebk, and Judith Basin.
Marks-Crop offof both ears and dewlap.
°L& }ELLIS.
Ear- e in idt ear and crop
o -t .
Sattge-Juditn asin, . T.
Address-Utica, Meagher county, M. T.
Also owners of cattle branded 22 on left ribs.
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P. H.. OWLES & BRO.
Add -ss--Suit River, 3M. T.
tRange- Stn River to Benton.
Ear-nriXks- Two slits in left ear.
}Iorses bra lfed sname on left shoulder.

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