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, , t.;i ..i ~:.. , -. e. lie has (lone
, r .lt .1inig ' sli est l here that look
to:, i up a tree like something irregu
Sai ni -tlia:r. Tiic Major has not only
S Iii.,'.u, t hl hts e tioe sojin such a
S'is t+ iiat hi- friends and make them
,.:,lII fir hii per,'so:i in order that tl.ey
i,. k WK Wl over int, the inky nightof
I ;t 'a, i :telnes'ntedhlnseselfas con
Il :1 ;t ivi-r :il literary tourist of
.vii li'iint:t New Y,,rk, Ch(icago,
t' ,,, ., : l, T o, t f i ailies, and hi-I
_;I .., ,l , :, " ti , -how ill proof of
i , l" ithat h i has t -
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S , e", t, : , i ~ .;, li' l ght have
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. . iI, makes us
;i10y, i, lvcry likely
v- m -is - louig here, and
I-.. a reat mat and
,!-ro dli edl('l figllre andi t
l ih tii( fiel. \Voe
Su r ach men tosA
life alm it psWhen
:. : inde this oilee a
t. : rV"ornetae x on his
:..u . er, aggage, we
Sii I el) i he I
l` i " . i u ttý,iy 1 i- l i ter b
\;,,. , ,., t ",, Bill Nye's giaiilcih
tndI . it in ' t te i t l." The subject r t
ie , , Ew a, ove'crawii, is ato
ready na ongorres
"=. > ,a -, ..st.'s S wpa of'Life.
t i ,t hrle TI ibuue. n
T ,,-i's o tlife almost spans the
i-stt tf tlhi, e io try ounder its presenti
(Citi i. ie ta-, born before WM ash
oingtot jid(i, ",i 1 w1u1 Webster, (lay, and
('il: or- !a.bkicng their tepttions he
h:t en t,.:id a:'rr::l ototntry neap :papers
and `,,uht in the Ibattles of his country.
iie ,a (;.!'tl i ti nll Sewatrd, or Lincoln, orl
Greeiley, , +i Clay, Webster, and
Cat::lhoun iire tl:td li hhad not entered up
on the most ilortantb pary t of his career.
Ihe was alive when Napoleon's star ap
pearl iin the darknless of the French Re
volution, alnd Wa already ao younag inan
when tIe batltle of Waterloo was fought.
tHe lived and worked with thiree genera
tions of public men. Mlost of the men who
are now beginning to :tttracet attention
might have been his grandsons. Benjamin
Franklin diedl seven years before Mr. Weed
was bon'. 'T'he lives of these two journal
ist,'; t ike the worhl back into the reign of
Louis X IV. and beyonid the birth of
Frederlck the Great. Another such would
very nl(,a rly reach the tilme of Shakespeare.
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Ini A Russian Prison.
In the cells (,f the upper and middle
tiers are l:t the lejast compromised crimi
nals. All the cells are about the same
size-ten fee l hng seven feet broad and
twe!\e f(eet high. The doors have each
[iwV cp. Fiinjgs-one large enough for the
daily I;,od and drink to be put in through
and the smaller size, to serve as a spyhole
for the jailers. The doors are also each
a fastened with two padlocks-the key of
one beingt in t[he jailers custody, while that
of t1t,, other remains in charge of the comn
nIl:;:ii the fortress. The dish from
hi;l e l' riuncr eats is pushed in
thn'ix, o . cut in a plate of iron
w\\ici 1 I] ri. .t, , from the interior of the
d..r. r il., it:ight of about four feet from
the .. T e!ish can not, therefore, be
1Ir i1i ! t "" i'i o ,il ' r , who misust take
:i f,. l.' .i~" g ainst the door-and
th i ::I.t -I,: which is attached to the
;: . i:kiag w\ate is plut into a sort of
ju ii:: i te door. When the prison
evr \,,i.: ,. 1, rik, he iimuist get down on
hi e .... get dow turn this vessel upon its
i:,- i s.i. Food is supplied at
t lr, in i the morning and six in
t... id rdi-arily tonsists of
O ea n, ! r a ; ~!uilter of :ikilogratnl
iesei , lhere is.a daily
i, , rfye bread.
l c~_ imt!.lecd if a platnk,
. ;:.,ith a st'raw mattress, a.
s , ,. i ,.otur e that it is itt
.' ia ý covering of felt-
eil , . , e taken away dur
int : '. ~ consists of a gray
,. : shart and tighit-fitting;
sItf , f ite same color, and
ho, o, t::. For woimeni the jacket
i ~pl., a a gray skirt added. The
pri'isr,poe- t i;t . etet p at six o'clock, and
go io 1,! la tin at eight. It has been as
ceC.ti',, r i, i,~ts of the secret observa
titon< \, :ichi are constantly taken through
tih lc.,eli.Oces, that as a general rule,
the Pria ;oers s petnd their long hours from
their rising until their breakfast in pacing
to and fro in their cells; after this they are
wonit to remain quiet for an hour or so,
only to give way next to an excess of deso
late despair which their pitiabie situation
miay weli inspire.
A FxiH of Angels.
A recenit plertormance of the opera
"Faust.'' t firminigham, England, was
bhriught toI a premature close. In the last
scene, when Marie Rose, as Marguerite,
\t:i supiposed to be ascending etherial re
gions, accomlpanuied by :mgels, owing to
( 5itt li mechanical accident the "angels"
fell, ' reaking their wings and causing the
Utmost consternation throughout the
house. Some of the angels, who fell about
tWelve feet, screamtud, and two or three of
them complained that they had been hut.,
qofeýianual lards.
SHOBER AND LOWRY,
ttorpiys at Law and Collecting Agenr3
ekeAri . y~..a ntiir Wond Street.
SE'LENA, M. T.
&ttorney and Counsellor at Law
FORT HENTON, MIl. T.,
-17TAAY PUBLIC AND JUST'TCE "F TIrE
PEA CE.
OFFICE: M Street bctween Raker &rd St.
Sohn's Streets.
J. 3r D.MN TL7ij
Nttorneyv at .,''w,
FORrlT %RtF.Nr.., M. t'1
-ro mpt Attention ".iver to Co`! eatiofrb.
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.MASS1 A .UJLLA
$timaern g t(o unseor a a
rl c fl sC .6 . 1'r Ie 1 lPletio4)n uIi i
I rr e u:w irrilory.
Fort Benton, Montana.
Conveyancing a Special 1t
Onica at County Clerk's Oflice, Coit House
>uilding. (so ?(wtf)
(hORACE ,. BUCK. W. H. uInT. iR.
BUCK & HUNT.
Attoraneys and Coiunselors at Iatt
F'ORT BENTON, - - NONTAN A.
, Secial attention given to conveyancing tndl
makirg out Homestead, Pre-emption, 'Tree .laimsin
and Iesert Landpapers
W. B. SETTLE. c. S. LYTLE.
S.ETTI¢E & LYTILE, -
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELQRS AT LAW.
FORT BENTON, MON'TA NA.
Will practlce in all the courts of the Territory,
buy, sell and convey Real Estate, Mining and
Town Property.
- Collections or all kinds promptly attended
O- Office corner Alain and Bond streets.
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M ----.-AaTa ,/g
O'CONNELL . Y
fI
Ashland, Aiarson,
Belmont, M gly,
Melwoo.
Horse Shoe, Goldei heaf.
BEER! BEER!! S E -
Wholesale and t-e V
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o OL. AeFN.N + p,
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By buying at dealers' prices, We will
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Price. Whatever you want, send for
our catalogue (free) and you will find
it there. We arryin stock the largest,
varietyf goods the United States.
Av anu Chic a.o
A .ND OPENING _)F
SND ISPTJTABLE !
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S ouths, Boys and c .eGdn's
h -~aket ) oeco tsL on
". excluders, Ger man ,cks,
ens, wool boots, rubbe boots,
bo, ioes, hats. caps, trunks aises,
Stls, better httin arments, than an e ton.
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personal use, in any
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price. No mal.tttr what you want,
sendforour Cataiogue,fJrce--con
tains over 1,..0 illustrations
We carry in stock the largesti
variety of goods in the U. S.
MONTGOMERY WARD,&CO
z27 & 22' Wabash Ave.,
LUMB AAND i11
BIG CASINO ills!
Four Miles from Rteedesportl Em:.,
Splendid Timber,
FIRST-CL ASS AMILL,
Competent WVorkmen.
FAIR, -£:£. .[ SR:OES I
Fill s'ock i cohiI1otly oiiid 1i a Od. i Of
W. H. W 4ON.
Wholesale and Retail De e a,: r-;ys P.
WIiVES, LIQrRS
CIGARS AND TO l -CO.
IHermitage, Lanhcaster, tB-e" '
McvtBrayer, Mellwood Rye, -v
SBlue Grass, Blue RibbonO.! E'.i
Anderson, O. Horsey tye, . i
e gStag, Nelson, Reindeer, Mai nol u
Scotch and Irish Whiskies. I _
Guiness Stouts, Bass' Ale, Ginger Ale, u e Ciderr
Mineral waters, Angostora litter .: .ets
Rleed.S Cocktail bite I
P Agents for Montana for O')onnell's Blue Ribbo' i. hisky." '
Case Goods of all Kinds, o. reets,
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FO T .BENTb; ,O ,
fas the Very Best Accomnodatiins in the City
Samniple Rooms and Headquarters for ...ave. . }e.
BAR and BILLIARD BOOM Attached!
Prices Same as Any Other House of its ;Clas.
J. SIJLLIVANT Proo.
Not Fail
to send fbr
our Price
List for
1882. Free
to any address upon ap
plication. Contains de
scriptions of everything
required for Personal or Family use,
with over 1,900 illustrations. We sell
all goods -at wholesale prices in
quantities to suit the, purchaser. The
only institution ini America who nake
this their special busines. Address
MONTGOMERY WARD &P,
00 'B G'3VA AMA!OW.0 NOW
?fHI NI -Nl 11iM r',Oaiki E--rV(33U13) 3nflOO1
} Vi.-.l) 2fl O ' l nOsI 2 iJ3wt fOA H3A3.LVNM
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T.A. CUMMINGS& CO,
FIRE AND MnARINE INSIUR.
ANCE, REAL ESTATE and
COLLECTING AGENCY.
OFFICE: - - RECORD Building, Up stairs.
Benton, Montana.
Policies Issued and Losses
Adjusted.
Phmenix Assurance Co. of London,
Asset o................. ............... 5,750,000
Hartford Ins. Co. of Connecticut,
Fptablished 1810; assets.........3....,761,379
I British America Assurance Co. of
Toronto, Assets................... ........ ,ooo.oo
Western Assurance Co. of Toronto,
Assets ..... .......................... .. ..$1 0,000
) Connecticut Fire ans. Co. of Hartford,
Con.; Assets. ................51,B72,843
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. of
San Francisco, California,
Established 18tl1: assets.............;1,25:0,00
Total assets................... .....50,152,112
Special attention given to insuring Brewerys, Mills, t
Smelters, and Hoisting Works.
Private Dwellings and Farm Risks a specialty. C
Money to loan on Improved Real Estate. b:
Preemptors can get money, to prove up, on one
to three years' time.
Scrip locatable on unsurveyed lands furnished to
parties on application.
Highest cash price paid for Meagher and Choteas
county Warrants.
Mortgage Loans a Specialty.
T. A. CUMMI/INGS & CO.
ieb23-82dtf
Washington Brewery.
BMain Street, opposite Broadway,
Helena, :. T.
VWTIJES, LIQTUTOIRS
AND SEG4A RS.
JOHN STIENBENBRENNAR, Prop
- - aprl4w tf
Mrs. ELIZA PHELPS.
Address - David S. Phelps; Utica, Meagher
County, hi. T.
Range-Judith Basin.
Mark-Wattle on the left rump.
Vent-- - across the left hip.
No stock disposed of without being vented.
09l0
Mrs. ELIZA PHELPS.
Address - David 8. Phelps; Utica, Meagher A
county, M. T.
Range--Judith Basin.
LOUIS ROBARE.
Post Office Address-Old Agency.
Range-Upper Teton.
Ear marks-Right ear cropped and underbit,
and overbit on same ear.
MONTANA CATTLE CO.
(INCORPORATED.)
JOse T. MuRnpY, Manager.
Organized, name and brand reeorded In 1879
Range-Museleshell Valley.
Address-Helens and Martinsdale, M. T.
ii I
WINDER & Co.
tange--Willow Creek, N. W. T.
Address-Fort McLeod, N. W. T,.
This year's calves, double crank on left hip
and wattle on throat.
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SBD.D. PHIILLIPS.
Address-Fort Benton. M. T.
Range--Judith Basin.
Ear-marks-Split in left ear, piece of of top of
right ear
Horses branded, Pon right thigh.
A dre 4Tti XUhercounutyrM. '.
Rge-4n~gTe./ Jttt
Tii: e :.+F
SA.1J1TD de Co.
. F. Taylor, ren t
Address--telena or Old Agency, M. T.
ange - Between Teton and Ž1arias Rivers,
Choteau county.
Ear-marks-Crop and half under crop in left
ear. Calves of the year 1880 and of succeeding
Years are branded only on left side.
Vent-Same as brand inverted on left shoulder.
I1BA1T8 cr CO.
2 . F. Taylor, g1ent.
Address-Helena or Old Agency, M. T.
BRange-Between Teton and Marias Rivers, Che
teau eounty,
Ear-markt-Crop and half over crap in left ear.
Calves of the year 1879 and of succeeding years are
branded only on left side.
Horses brandled same as ca tie on left shoulder.
Vent-Same as brand Inverted on left shoulder.
U. F. ZEIGCLER.
Address-Helena, M. T.
Range-Spakane to Bedford.
Vent-Reversed Z on left hip.
IHELDT & DREW.
Address-Fort Shaw, M. T.
Rane-Between Sun Syiver and Missouri River.
Ear-marks--Crop off in right ear and two notches
on under side of left ear. Old cattle have E. l.
Prookes' brand and ear-mark.
STEPHEN SPITZLEY.
R snge--Ar ow Creek.
Addres-Fort Maginnis, 5
W. B. HUNDLEY & CO.
Address-Helena, M. T.
Range-Arrow Creek, and Judith Basin.
Marks--Crop offof both ears and dewlap.
BI RU(ENBIUEL & ELLIS.
4" Sw.Ug.e-. +unj River to Benton, M. T.
i an~ River. M. T.
iHtf nndercrop in left ear and crop
S. S. HIODSOlN.
-ange--Judith Basin, M. T.
Address-Utica, Meagher county, M. T.
Also owners of cattle branded 22 on left ribs.
WT. H-. BA.ltN: AR 1II ).
Address-Fort Shaw, M. T.
Range-North Fork Stn River, M. T.
P.H ] EOWL S &BO.
re: .8 ~: River, m M. + T.
- go- I.River t ,BeutoI a .

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