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fI E iMLUNDI)E{S OF LIFE.
'the Rev. Dr. ¶ animagets Lecture that
Darkened a Poet's Face For 'a
Moment.
::w Y::;, Nov. 20.-A very large au
dience -r-(ted the Rev. T. De Witt Tal
m :' : A'. s:'pped on the stage of Chick
ering lIIli last night to tell the Young
b ,,o's l, tbrew Association what he knew
:, ";i Bmunders.'' Among all the
t: i - t::.n toward the Brooklyn orator
llta: \\ýi i- ]lot one that wore a more attrac
t; . :ii than that of Long Island's Poet
-1,r ntr ( tatter, who was seated in the
si,:, ,::i v. l"o: lecture, for the most
a - ;, i, lhti the poet's unquali
i-., "i,,,i. ()::ce only, when Mr. Tal
ý, , "a.r ',i straaight at him and shouted,
, ick to your farm"l' and imme
itit rwa:d ;ldtled something about
:' , i.,spiration by sleeping on
i : i ,::-- . Cuiter's lace dark
S . \\:" iin .,¼e.:lti(;i with the first
S : "]red. " "Strictive
:.aid, was a great
i..: . ).. F: wv men could do more
S : , thini' % ell, and there were not
r- n'ca.er blunders than multiplicity
,i n. .cU ,:tti s. lie related a not wholly
ip:,, nowa ns tory of : New England farmer
w 0-, :: b g: asked what sort of a Presi
aen :t f ulio tiwnslian of his would be
l, ., ,:e, replied: "'He is a pretty
i,, : ~~in e, but if he is spread over the
", ¼ uiil ates he will be rather
u!: : .'"._
Kfilind,; 2 is baul tempuer. There is no "
!i: ~l'( ,i l,. . ifirm than that of Growl,
i,1ir & irothers, while Merryman &
a, 'lllý ';lr.t sul'c to make money. The F
i:;i-t illl;.c' is uy nIan, Mir. Talmage ever Z
L.;:w ~as a< cl.-rm:ian who borrowed $25 I
ro: !..i, aii, froil motives of delicacy, P
iVr I"::.aiiln refeirred to the subject. Hie
1::ai Iot1 nret atiot for suclh a man. Blun- F
:;; i- ail, il one's self to be discour
:,,,i iy , ; ,,iions of others. He related
,; l&.n :r1 i:st'nces of persons who
::,l i;t i :tiray by respect for dishon
,- ý i it,, :nii said: "The dishonest
_"·,::;" .:i;ll - bo: kept down, nor will it
.. 1;:,,y; i! tndecr the earth and build
:. u'a,:,,- it, and it wtill sooner or later
it ti o i .,, overthrowing everything
m,;:t1 '.:1 : , a:i iinsig up ina resurrec
S, ,ti '. Blunder 4, exees- C
\- :.t:i.- drew from him this ex
1ir1- K A:,;, - t ,the whole world is full of
:1;:: :,. .,iv: .-ilence is only mul sic asleep."
l;,!,r , i;,l consdlered to be the forma
it. p ' < ,unl,,y udmestic relations. Many
:. ;.:.':,, s;l,l~~Ced( to have been made by Ba
d,;:::. b the marks of his wife's
i:1;I 11 ;: u aI .mani's nose is pressed
to: i, ,ritoln t ::, while his wife industri
,l y t.rs tii. uiank. When Solomon
: .,,..i' . i from the Lord," he
le. ,,,,. iif'emrr d that a bad wife is from
,t:~ 1 ~ir;.,rmnt donor. Blunder 6, and
-. . ,id, Sts attemlpting life with
< t ei! r I:ergy. In the fierce current
, , n4 i inn who will not swim
k1i-i ld serve him right. I
i '. 1.; I:irsng of Alexandria.
S:::, Nov. 1.-Sulleman Daoud was
,e p E : a; the Inýc'nting commission to-day.
t 1I, cIol~.c1 0 l gAiviug an order to fire Alex
h au.: i:, atner. having received a p remtory
,.:mi jrim 'Lrabi Pasha. As thecon
a 1 :i1i,0 t: did not at. firstappeaa.ito be gen
si ral.! . r.ali Pasha sent repe~ted orders
ie thiro'l'h Mii;UoiUied's army to Qfre more
u :i' l. oi: a.cin also states 4tiat Arabi
o0 i' .;~n Il 12 of July ordered him to
ta.:.1' i( , to atml?ý1 takt.Ie and murder
t- Kh t:vr. 1W-hlie on th; road to execute
t t ' ,,:,hr lt re m, t the president of the
or ch:iambir oi' 0ntables, who prevailed upon
p hit;: to !.::r r r l remlonstrate with Arabi
I ,,.; ,,i I:c . the lficer who had
I', gh rops at Ramleh palace,
.. , liman's statement. d,
ii v'.>> t ::; .I:,X.C., Nov. 15.- Burglarsa
i ',:,r('! iti(, r -iden(.e of Win. A. Pool, in
.l 'isn' !,,r c,,tinty, hoIlld and gagged
t i(
el ,. ,u :,,h= their escape with $700 be
'( I n. tin . l. 1 , Nov. 15.--The general
S a::.,:i ~it ti:e Rted Star Steamship Company
r ,' is ciy, doub Pt the rumor that the
slii s i0(ner sunk kby tie Westphalia was the
;h N(de:l:iai, whichl sailed from Antwerp
ist .:un:ly, :tid say that if the Nederland
qh wals ii, hli t c rls she would have been 250 SI
imil \is ('lt i the l0poit \where the collision
took pi::'.
te
teC N <i . r, -Nov.. 15.--A. F. Pender of
i'j:, ] "'.• ws founid dead be-ides the W
De o ira 'l .iar the l'ark Place depot. The
oly It i! ,een tliihrown down a bank 20feet
ill iig. iii wounds are of such a nature as
Sto iili(,:te that he was murdered.
,. OLis, ,Nov. 15.-Frank Lucas, an
IE eni!iye o:' the union depot, at Dallas,
d1 Tex., w\:, ;nrested yesterday for robbing
st bag,-age. _I ljar <c amGollil Of uIiscellane
oti on. p"oplr: , inibliing jewelry andl other
t valluabol articles were found in his house.
e n It is ! eliecvedl he is the head of a baggage
!plunilnri::" gang that he has operated
'r ,xti; ively atv Dailas an d other places.
Ig A ;Toriugh Bear Story.
th
AU .tl ) TuI'Ida:y eyeding George Trevors,
.tel while g:oi ,g through, the woods to his home
e I in w)igilkIl , X. B,, was attacked by a Ord(
1n very large ea:ir. Hlaving no other weapon
hii than a a ;,ctle of parafline oil, he struck the
ill bear a:lnl Pbroke the bottle of oil over hinl. j
'n, Thle ,ear ilthei s!prang on him and comn
' meni..d hiiin<i lg hi.l, when George had
rail the p!eSece lof, mlind to liglht a match and
red set fire to iinl. In an instant old Bruin Tlu
ele was all itl a ldaze and let go of him, and & Fi
do. in lels:i iO miniiiutes was all consuni- :ich
dis ti
ted b: .i,; heol alnd shoulders. George
)lt thl c(lnellll(lC to carry water in his hat Oct
in to qli.c1 n lie i th o save the snout, so as s
ra to gt t1 b.;i~ty. If Mr. Trevors had
winever: I; ,re had any notable adventurers One
an with Ii,.rs, his f, lends imight feel inclined Also
-m When
gto doubt the accuracy of this recital; but ton ia
iaswlen !they remlemlber that it was he who to the
arlrecetotly role home with two dead cubs
hlatind a live benr, a patw chlisped in each
Shlland, they will see thit tlw '1s nething to
dbe surprised :at in this his latest. Ohieve- One
P"nent'.---i!;t, inm World. street,
J. . . ;HALEY, Auctioneer.
k
FORT BENTOX, M. T.
1W
lie Propertyof Every Description
or Sold to the Highest
c
e.t Bidder.
ie By requcat of a number of the citizens of Benton,
St and to lill a long felt want in this community, Mr.
.Iealy has taken out a license as
li
d, PRO EgSSONAL
e
and a ill give prmlJt attention to all business in
it this line.
Leave OrJers with ice Sullivan, harness
S maker,
st
F, ONiT ~STREET.
it i ----- ---------- -
)t
!iNotice To Stockmen!
- Of Montreal and Bow River,
C Will have another shipment of Thoroughbred Bulls
Y and some
Cr LYDE STALLIONS
O For use on their Ranch arriving in Benton about the
opening of navigation. The above company
will also deliver 1.n reasonable terms,
at Bentmn,
e Pure Bred Stallions and Bulls of any Breed
' That may be ordered in time to enable the sameto be
purchaeed in ime for shipment.
Parties in want of cny of the above animals would do
well to communilc:- t at once with the Manager,
as the ficilitiee we have for purchasing
- From the Best ierds in; Canada and England
- ar unsnrpi ssed on the continent.
Address
1 ,J JIM S TWALiKEII.
i3an.:ger Cochrane Co., A
-- aow.' liver, Canada.
anlOtf
NW TX f H SHOP.
CLOTHES CLEANED AND REPAIRED
WITH NEATNESS AND
DISPATCH.
All kinds of sewing done to order.
Next.door to T. J. T'Edd & Co.'s store, corner I
Baker and Front streets.
jy26dawlf 3K. GOODMAN.
Isti i
fr om
and
vith- Tie RECORD hnis just issued the handsom
frent est set of
in the Territory.
Was
cay. These Blanks comprise Warranty Deeds,
lex- Quit Claim! Deeds, Chattel and Real
tory Mortgages,
con
en- Mining- Deeds!
nore Notices of Location, Jurats and a
rabi full line of
I to,
Justices' and Probato Court
the BL AN S.
rahi
had
Ice, Messrs. Crane 6 Green, Bentou,
are our exclusive agtents for their sale.
Please send all orders directly to them and
they will be promptiT tilled at same rates
as if sent to us d&wtf
in
·ed
be- HOTEL SALOON
al I II ri
the
trp
nid "ext door to tLar gent House,)
O50 SUNR IUVfR 'ROSsi1NG, 1M. T.
on
All the best ae.n r;c.mt opular brandsof -
of In
he WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS AND
he TOBACCO
yet
as Constantly on hand.
SHOLTER & ELLS
-- HAE---- -!A.
er
S100,000 F6 4 I
Besidets large quantity of
Laths and Shingles
On the w:ay toBenton.
Orders life with W . . W-atzel, Fort B nton, will
n receive immediate attention.
e IOlLTER & ELLS.*W
jc3-tf
- ------- ·'Th!
Dissolution Notice.
1 The co-partnership heretofore existing between And
the undersigned, under rite firm name of Lynch
I & Flint, is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Michael Lynch is authorized to collect all bills
due the firm and will par all accounts against it.
II-AEI, LYNCH.
EDVWALD FLINT,
October t3, 1882. daw5w
Chew
STRAYED ORl STOLEN.
One Bay Pinto Mare branded 69 on left hip.
Also one Yearling Plinto Mare Colt, no branads. CANI
When last seen thvey were in the vicinity of Ben.
ten last fall. I will give $J0 for the recoverrol Articl
the animals or foni any information that maylead
to their recovery. CaI on or address
or J. J, .:EgAL, lFort Beaton.
FOR SALE. T
One Ihouse and LoS and Residence on Main
street, Fort Benton. AppJl to .
WD.Jn. Wgr f ET4QeK]I ~ fw
T Benton Salo0 !
M1ain St.. Fort Benton,
DANIEL KELLY. Proprietor.
-THE FINEST OF
einosq t Lllors 818 pirs11
SDR. GOODRICH,
HAS RETURNED TO BENTON and has re
sumed practice at his old rooms in the
P"CHOTEAU IIOUSE.
W . i Uoanli
Conlract Beforeo the 8ow1 Flios
i
The undersigned has engaged a'large force of men
to get out coal from the well known
WHOOP-UPMINE
And will deliver it at the mine for $4.00 p.r ton.
Now is the Time
To contract while the roads are good and freight
rateslow. This is the only good coal yet i
discovered in the Northwest Territory.
f M. SHERON
sepz3dwtf
S C. ASHBY'S
corner Life. Fire Real Estate and
TAN. Collecting Agency.
OFFICE: Main St.., Helena, ~M. T.
POLICIES ISSUED AND LOSSES ADJUSTED
AT THIS OFFICE WITHOUT ADDITIONAL
COST TO THE INSURED.
The rollowing sound and reliable Comp
dsonl- anies are represented by this Agency:
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK.
Cash Assets, $88,000,000
FIRE OOMPANIES
)eeds, AMERICAN GENTRAL INS. Co. of
gal 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
Ls MERCENTS INs. Co. of St.
Joe, Missouri.................... 365 773
PHOENIX o ls. Co. of Brook
lyn, N. Y ................... 2 735 (;54
SCOTTISH COMMERCIAL INS. Co..
of Glascow, Scotland. U. S. B. 676 744
ST. JOE F & M. INS. Co. of
St 3oe, Mo......................... 406 635
ST. PAUL F. & M. INs. Co. of.
St. Paul Minn........ .... , $ 4I 900
Total..........................$ 15 546 944
sale.
NEW
BOOT and SHOE-I
SHOP,
FRONT ST., -FORT BENTON,
[TWO DOORS ABOVE OVERLAND HOTEL.]
.T. Made to JI Made to
Order. Order. 01
In the most substantial manner and fashionable
styles.
Neatly Executed.
All Orders Promptly Attendelisto.
HOLLAND & HACKEL
S 1e28d&wtf
I)EPOT.
First in the Field auda
and Still in the Lead !
.11
S. Whave just received from manufacturers and
importers,
- The Finest Selected Stock
Ever -Brought to Benton
A sold in th city. A completeline of
I STAT'IONE R y ..X
; The .qm4 popilla3 birands of..
Chewiing dlna Tobacocos,
lnpexted an4 Domestic.,Cigars.
CANDIES, Nhts.;- Jnc Fits, Musical :Istre
i e a .u.s, StrkAts dfiaExtras, and Pancy
To close oiJti OpU and see us beford purehih ing.
EW'Oppoeltsuow Hotel.
I RAEB & GREEN.
P tU, a..*
aI reE
-__ 1 n that oer rapidly increasing sales are not allowing as to
a 41-end p roperly to all our forlmer lines of trade, we
have sold out our Hardware, Furniture and
S .o Btoots and Shoes,
S,.. ar wapsll Gents' furnishing Goods,
.F ! . .. Wooden and
, ss atnd Willow Wares
Saddlery,
I R.9.M,..mu" and mention
a f.l(| ! iIO sIuI l amonlg others
men soitee ido, a RYW the famous
BA z " .CBhAMPION MOWERS
S GONS,N, 4HAMPION PEAPERS,
S!' . i ;PRING WAGONS, TIGER HAY RAKES,
S;,, iEs, DEIDRICK HAY PRESSES,
r. Eadliey BREAKING Furst & Bradley SULKY I'LOWS,
ton. n ,STIRRING PLOWS Jerseyville SULKY PLOWS,
12 to 16 inch FANNING MILLS.
SCOT( 'IH HARROWS.
SPECI.AWLTJ-S:
ight
LADD>; TO!) ;C("c> SHEEP DIP, SU..IHURED.
SSCf ;"'.; T1HREE STRAND BAR] 3ED STEEL WIRE.
*(.rr7 ;:; the latter must be inl by May 1st.)
T AND WAGON COVE) S, HAND ad MACHINE MADE, all sizes.
BWe vw-it s the largest and emost complete line of Groceries that
nd ever eaaso ' «orn Benton for that trade. We have made our requi.
sition. a: -7b cy V Shelf Goods very elaborate, and will undertake
to fpy.Tah Fratytlia- in that line that may be called for. Our fa.
cTit. c.' N- "AlJin- orders are greatlyizanproved, and all orders
rED wil recei ve proxmt and ca.reful atte ntion. Owning our own
.IL.rea~ l.ransportation we will lay our goods down in
p ea z a- ihris year at one and a quart er cents perpound from
S hicago amd St. Louis, and we p ropose to give our cuss
toaers the benefit cf this low rat e in prices on our goods.
Ha av~g gone out of the Indiai a Trading business we
ed . evote ourselves to the trade of Farmers and
ranchmen, to whom we offei -special Inducements.
Mh 'j r . (C+. Baker & 0.
52 JOHN J. KENNEDY EDWARD KELLY.
Cnaetre Market!
5IM.AIN S TREE T,
FOy T BENTON,MONTANA.
NED & KEL iY, Proprietors.
--B1m,-.. MUTTON, POR K, FISH, GAMEN
AND ICT.
Vegetales .and Fruit in their season
C CO. I----O-'-*-----
iWe wih hurchase Bee f and Stock Cattle, and are prepared to deliver
them on btard of Stea mboats at Fort Benton, or at any other point
on the Missu.ri river, either by Ihe head or gross weight, at LOWEST
irates.
dut KENXEDY & KELLY.
".1 BTillA T ABL ES!
-iUn ete Derson . . . al mia unagement of
OCARLIES CRAWFORD.
The Best Hray and Feed to be had Alway 's On rand andC
Cm iz and attentive hostlers in atts otmde ce.
CAaD.--Th.anI,.i sy many patrons for past favors while in the business, I will ba t UtLOWEhSiZip
jr.anl2d&wt- CHARLES . A,
amamnuue · e-~ kPBr ,L·;· .:·~
id
P1' . B. ZFUgAA
AM" ý-,`e SALOON,!
FORT 'E tTON,~ . T:
W l INES. LIQU O If s AND SEG &E
'L ''J
OF Q..TJ[Ih BW~I~j'~ ~3%ANIJ5~-::: ~
SJ.R.Wii: tou
AIRCUIP f3TI' OT
CONTRicTOg Ad' :=
-BUI~iLDEbE R! I
FORT UENT6i, . T. .
[email protected] il -ci oract for, brick or fmzs " . #k;
vourches and nueble bulidings. PIains andI
Eclttiens iuhIe inad work xehi tdt6 tia
eatis actpwy mannier.
JOB & r' W I OIL
I~Fo~rt 8non,
Th otTa g I i~- $--Ihj
T. C POWER & R
GENE.AI, DEALERS,
M- ~~ Have purcl:tsed for this seas.on's trade and have on il: ;i a. .
pThe most complete and! varied asso5 tt't!, ..
"eneral e er
SWe , ;:ill hereaftter L :ake a speei;aly of
S And for this purpose have bitilt us a t
which our patrons will find stocked not only with t:e 1-_r;
~ ment of goods in the town but one selected with mere t.i: ,,
S care and taste, and with special reference to the wants of - .
Our purellases ot
s Groceries, Fancy - e
For this season have been larger than ever before. -\
C0 AhN'D 0Gr 0ODS
Wg Which we buy at the factory, thus ensuling their fr es : ::
* the profit of all middlemen to buyers. WVe have alseo i;
Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Y ...
---. -(o)--- --
ALL A CLTUALIMPL
M- For which we ari agents are the best known in modern thi':. "
aP~ig'ons, Carriagt s. ICPAters,
÷t
im 7owers, &f Mr etn ýey
We are peiased to give thel owxeat rates on
Ladd's Tobacco and Sulphur and Hill's Tobace .x:.,.r.t
S-HEEP DIPS ALWAYS ON HAND.
Headquarters for SHEPHERDS', RANCHERS', STOC ' .I T';`.
MINERS' and INDIAN TRADERS' SUH.PLIE.ITJ: .
CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAHtC..
." Highest Cash Price Paid for FURS, ROBES, SKINS and iPE7' H.! i-.
T. C. POWER & BRO., Benton., -' M -
JOHN HUNSBERCGER, Pro -
Excellent Accommr"odations r Ladies and ~-..il..
ThH Superior accoma;linoi a ad co~n¢e.;i nt location of the Oive-rland m:ake it the me: ,, .:- ;
Sing place in town for
r hrprejaŽnde St'o: B ntOciATo n PoASf the OerNG oke it the o
r iiW;~~~it~
9lla sti11ouisllet HazI u
OLD AGENCY, - - . ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
GENERAL MERCIHAND.ISE
We have.just received a full and complete assortment of
e rocepies, Dry Goods, C1othing
Ca10 .fon ia au , Boots and Shoes,
, ata and Caps, Queensware, Hardware,
`4Dru, No iOns, and Toys.
It an Ea.ma Sine our :oods and Prices beIore ~,r.,
cha ng £sewhere The highest mark a
S.. Prc·e paid for
: p ··: -.+ +. : . ' :' ..... n.,-:"'+ ?.+ +..£'2--:;7'" (::;;. '..¢ ',, +- .+ . . .. .

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