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THE BENTON EKLY RECORD-I-BNTON, M. T FEB. 24, 1883.
HA'P 'S MAGAZINT'.
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Stand in front of Kennedy & Kellys Centre Mar.
ket, Main stret. Orders lefton slate will receive
prompt attentoa, ijy6dkwtf
City ?katippk hllay
Fort Benton, .- Mont~as,
JUT s ph, PIOPR
My new gaUey being now opb l2 1
Sis" aaaeet*p the teoato i
to me ay kindof viewm at~ i ir
l guarantee my work seeond to
. Ac, ad day mat no d ne to
I ba's ta t rel4
one. apakues r e takla
One to acer rn i,
3! a s AD randss
4f1 Ua W 3l5Z*
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COW BOYS' HEADQUARTERS!
STOCK SADDLHS TO ORDR spike.. Fine Harness
From the following trees:
Half-Breed, Solid Fork, Montana
Stock, Vasika, Lehman,
Texas Iron Fork, Toam Hari of At
TO ORDER I
.. ... -- - W .- . . ..--- -
Chaps made to order from best quality of eLlf - Buggy ana Team Whips,
skin! Quirt's iackamore Reatas
Spanise Martingales, Half- HORSE C'LOLIIIN .G,
Breed Bits, Inlaid
Spurs,Cantenas, NOME AGN, SWEAT PADS!
Cartridge A T
All Work Warranted, and Hand-Made!
SATISFACTION CUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
FRONT STREET, - - - - FORT BENTON, M. T.
T. E. COLLINS, L. H. HBrgSHFIai
OHA8. E. DuOE, A. HERSHFIELD.
Fort Benton. Helena.
We Transact a General Banking
ep current accounts with mercnanttt stockmen
and others, subject to be drawn against by
check without notice.
WE BUY NOTES AND PAY INTERES7
ON TIME DEPOSITS
Make loans of money secured y personal en
dorsement. Webuy and sell exchange on
the commercial centres of the United
We will give Special Attention tio
the Business of Northern and
will make such loans to stock men ana far.,
ors as are suited to their requirements.
Loal S1ecuiti a sheialtv,
Collections and all other business entrusted to
will receive prompt and careful attention.
COLLINS. DUESB CO.
NEW YORK, 1883.
More people have read The Sun during tle year
just now passing than ever before since it was first
printed. No other newspaper published on this
side of the earth has been bought and read In any
year by so many men and women.
We are credibly informed that people buy, read,
and like The Sun for the following reasons, among
Because its new columns present in attractive
form and with the greatest possible accuracy
whatever has interest for humankind; the events*
the deeds and misdeeds, the wisdom, the philoso
phy, the notable folly, the solid sense, the improv
ing nonsense--all the news of the buslest world at
present revolving in space.
Because people have learned that in its remarks
concerning persons and affairs The Stn. makes a
plactice of telling them the evact truth to the best
of its ability three hundred and sixty-five days in
the year,before election as well as after, about the
whales as well as about the small fish, iu the face
of dissent as plainly and fearlessly as when sup
ported by general approval. The Sun has abso
lutely no purposes to serve, save the information
of its readers and the furtherance of the common
Because in polities it has fought for a dozen
years, without intermission and sometimes almost
alone among newspapers, the fight that has re
suited in the resent overwhelming popular ver
dict against Robesonism and for honest govern
ment. No matter what party is in power, The
Sun stands and will continue to stand like a rock
for the interests of the people against the ambition
of bosses, the ecroachmentsof monopolists, and the
dishonest schemes of public robbers.
All thisis what we are told almost duly by our
friends. One man holds that 77ie Sun is the best
religious newspaper ever published, because its
Christianity is undiluted with cant. Another
holds that It is the best Republican newspaper
printed, because It has already whipped half of the
rascals outof that part, and is proceeding agaiust
theother half with undiminished vigor. A third
believes it to be the best magazine of general liter
ature in existence,because its reaers miss noth
ug worthy of notice that is current a the world of
hought. So every friend of The Sum discovers
one of its many sides that appeals with particular
force to his individugl liking.
If you already know 7 Se;,. gos wis l observe
that m 1888 it is a little better than ever betf re. I
you do not already know The Sun, you will find it
to be a mirrorof all human activity, a storehouse
of the choicest products of common sense and Im
aginatica, a mainstay for the cause of honest gov
ernment, a sentinel or genuine Jeffersonian Demo
cracy, a "sourge for wickedness of every species,
and an uncommonly good investmentfor the com
ing y ar.
Myherst of= h b Sort e ow eontaIa
grand gu J haull tEok r ~riseas
JOHN T. MxarP.i. S.AMUEr. IEL. W. W. HIGGINS. E. G. MACLAY.
MURPHY, NEEL & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEIIS IN
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Iron and Steel!
Miners and Blacksmith
Tools, Iron Roofing,
SCUTT'S FOUR-POINT BARBED WIRE,
Horse and Mule Shoes, Wagon Timbers, Cooking and Heating Stoves, Crockery
and Queensware, Tents and Wagon Covers, Sheep Tobacco, Schuttler
Wagons, Buckeye Machines, Hay Rakes, IHarrows, Drags,
Plows and Wagons, and the genuine SINGER
Our stock is complete in every department, bought at bottom figures direct from
manufactures and packers. We are fully prepared to offer our customers every induce
ment of the market.
Carrying as we do the largest stock of strictly pure Liquors in the Territory. We
have always p0 1hqpd a fuil supply of the Celebrated Carlisle Hume and Taylor's
Kentucky Sour Mash and Q'IDo1nell's Illu $ibbon "OK" Whiskeys, and Schlitz Mil
Having the largest store and fire proof warehouse in Benton. We shall transact a
general receiving and forwarding business. All Wool, Hides and general merchandise
consigned to our care will receive prompt and careful attention.
Our Eastern buyer purchases the entire stock for four large Wholesale and Retail
establishments. 'Thus enabling us to meet the c)osest competition, Don't fail to come
and see us when you visit Benton,
Murphy, Neel B Co.
11 PRrMIUM PICTURES
MAOA U. 14. E RtOtW,
i c sý1t aýu:i Nsn
·;·- 'S. $b*
iSIEENAN & PAYNE,
House and Sign
PAPF. i. rAN
IUmIK KIII SULOOl !
Wines and Liquors
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Open Day ] Nighlt.
CHUNG KEE, PropJietor.
UND E RTAK ING.
has shipped from the States and will keep con
stantly on hand a variety of
* which he is now preplared to t lrnish at sho
Carpenter Work. Jobbing
Etc., Etc., Etc..
3 I Promptly alteided to.
P3E 13 "I' 0 C1" =
onttract Before tho Snow Flibs
The undersigned has engaged a large force of men
to get oat coal from the well known
nd will deliver it at the mine f r $4.00 per ton.
Now is the Time
To contract while tile reais are good and freight
rateslow. This is the only good coal yet
discovered in the North west Territory.
T. G. SALISBURY. W. T. ROLPH.
W. P. WASHBIUR:IN,
Salisbury, Roluh & Co.,
Hair, HlsK Wool & Exceisioi
Dealers in all kinds of Bedding and Curled
03 Main Street South, E. D. Minneapolis.
A. B. KEELER, Agent,
PARK BLACKSMIT SHOPI
Corner Baker and Franklin Sts.,
Fort Benton, Montana,
F M. LEPPER, Pro.
Blacksmithing anc Wtgon
All work intrasteaco ue will be done in the most
thorough and workman-like manner.
Livery, Draft, Saddle Hox se and Mule
Road to Barker!
Withia One Day*s Drive of
BENTON OR THE MINE.S
is a eonyenient ad deughttal topping plaoe.
;'he Bes ofAccOnawmodationu s (or
ltim si Be ast
A~t Reasonable Prices.
1ii ew Ferry Boat!
fl. .1. WACKERL[N. f p. 1I L FR & RRB. I. 0. BAKER + 4+fl
I. J. WACK ERIN & OO
WHOT.ESAI E AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
BAR IRON AND
Horse-sho and Nails,
Tinware, Stoves, Queensware, Glassware, Tin Roofing and Sieet Ir.,T
Goods of Every Description.
Charter Oak and Acorn
Cooking and Heating Stoves..
The Celebrated WESTMINSTER and GARLAND
Soft Coal Base Bur iers
THE BEST AND ONLY SUCCESSFUL BASE BURNERS IN USE.
Our stock of Queensware is the larges't and lost complete ever brought to Mon.,
and comprises every article required by hotels and faunmilies.
PLAIN AND FANCY TOILET, DINNER ANID TEA NE'I'.
Of every style and quality.
Genuine Cut Glass Bar Tumblers, Plain and Farncy Goblets
for f:amily and hotel use.
Our" Wagon Timbers are of the Best Seasoned Hard ' oodis,
and consist of all woods used in btilding a d repairing wagons, carriages andi btggie
We have complete stock of
It N GOO DS!
Including Tin Roofing, Gutters aJnd Pipes, and will contract to do all kinds of rooli n
repairing, etc. Tin goods of every desctiption MADE TO ORDER on sho !
notice and at reasonable prices. We propose to keel) one of the largest
and best supplied establishmentsof the kind in Montana Territ(ery
and will spare no par.s or expense to give
ENTIRE SATISFACTON TO OUi PATRO)NS.
New Store ! New Goods !
NiCK MILLEN, - - HELENA, MONT,,
I [as the Largest and lIest Selected Stock of
Boots, I Shoes,
Slippers Rubber .Goods, Etc.
Ever brought to the Territory, and is
Selling at BOTTOM PRICES !
Si "Having recently fitted up a large store to accommodate my largely increasing
trade, am prepared to fill orders of any size or description in my line.
SMail Orders will receive Prompt Attention.
I TICK MILLEN,
%21M3 MAIN STREET, HELENA, M1ONT
Fort Assinaboine, X. T.
BRANCH HOUSE, CONNECTION.
G O.Broadwattr & t,,,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers, Q PO TRD
d Wilder's ai , I ' T, FORT MAGINNIS, - - - M. T.
CARRY A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
all l iThalirDs lh.ll ad by TraIla of ia Torit fy,
Haillliol & Haiell,
OLD AGENCY, - - M. T.
a hOolesale and Thtail Deaerg in
tGENERAL : MERCHANDISE
We have just received a full and eomplete aesortmtent ý f
Groeorees. Dry Goods, Qlothing,
Caflforulmi Blanketa, . Boots and Shoqs,
Hrat and Qapa, Queens~wre, Hardware
Drugs, Notions, avd Toys.
C. and Exameme our' 0o as and Priees before pur
chastng Elsewhere, Thge lbeighIst mnarq-e
Price paid for
19oIbemr EEst za eltria e
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