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SNYDER & JONES.
Address-Fort Shaw, M. T.
Range-Between Sun River and Dearborn.
Ear-mark - Square crop left, and upper bit
right ears.
Vent-iorizontal bar above brand, thus,
K.' ait' brand ) tr on lct t iih.
'-r.. , 1ael 0R on ]et -houlder.
Athitdas---h,1n 1t. Craig, F'or: Marel c{d, NW. 1.'.
Vent ior ea:c and horses- -0 R brand iunverted.
J. F. Taylor, .igent
Addr,-"t -Thelena or Old Agency, M. T.
LaingY. -- T. a ,veen Teton and Marsit Rivers,
gre-: .,--Crop and half under crop in left
cr. ('nl.ti of the year i~U and of su cce(ilg
, -ars are branded only on left side,
Meaf-kam uMbm tzntrte oa te asol4w.
,--Sun River to Benton, MI. T.
ýAddr.e'.--:ýl River, . "T.
I:: r-mark' --Hif undercrup in left ear and crop
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wV IN-DIE R & Co.
: ::;.ge'-ur - ,i.,.: N" vrek , N. \. T.
ir .,.-- Fo rt \Ih'l..~,. N. S. T.
,is eanr's calves, double crazik on left hip
-anid wa'ttle on throat.
Air-.-F't lRenton, M. T.
R1tn'ge-J.udith Pain,
Ear-mark--Spit itn left ear, toiece off of tep of
right ear.
Horses 'a', P on right thigh.
.. 1-'. ;ayqlor, .Ien t.
rs -fern,; .. r Old AlA c. M. T.
ang--lt at ~o L Tno1 au' lMar'ins Rivera, ('ho
IE. ar-tk .- op a" at. overrr~p in left ear.
Ca(ie': of the ycar at0 a'I ;d " -surcevring yeara are
branded otly on infit side.
h l-rs. !0r:nt-'i a. la as ca' lie On left sholnlder.
Ventat-S-t;Et- a tirand itnv er4:t on left sthoulJer.
Benton & St. Louis Cattle Co.
Paid tp capital $500,000. Correspond
en'e solicited. Also owners of brands:
C on right hip,
N on left thigh,
Ii on left side.
Eir marks-Both ears split.
IRange--Marias Vallety.
Address---Fort Benton, M:r. T.
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FOurT HERNT''ON. I YONTAA.
LI UORS
A --- iacnl c1.g ra--_
. I4hrV.lesale. Sole Jiezt for the Celebrated
O'CONNELL O. K. WHISKY!
All of the FavoriteBrands of Whilkies
Ashland, 4nderson,
Diamond V.
Belmont, Mattingly,
Melwood,
Horse Shoe, Golden Sheaf.
IMPORTEJ ANDDO1mESTIC rINESý,,
Star Gin, Rhine Wine, Le.ip's St. Louis and Falk'. Mihlwaukee
BEER BEEKI EBEE R I
Wholesale and Retail Groce ,
OLO I 'v r ~c r,
Dry Goods, Cu tlery, Boots aud Shops, rock.ery anp et#issware
c Will pay highest prices for
Robes, Skins, Furs anid Pettries,
17,
NEW TAILOR SHOP
CLoTHES CLEANED AND REPAIR 0C
WITH NEATNESS AND
DISPATCH.
All kiadl of ewing done to .rder.
door to T. J. Todd & C&,,s tore, :ornr
aaA froat Setwt.
at soonrraga
TAKE NOTICE!
Let It be known to the people of Bonton and the
General Public- that we will sell for the next
SIXTY DAYS
The Remainder of our stock ot
Heavy Underelothing, BHmtS, Shoes. Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens, Socks, German Socks, etc., etc.,
At New York Cost Prices.
We do not belleve in holding goods over. We therefore offer to the public the above inducements. Our winter stook must be sold.
THS IS O ADVERTISIN9 DODGE U
We mean business and will do what we say.
Call Early and Secure Good Bargains.
O~tJers by mall or express. will receive prompt attention.
HIRSHBERC & NATHAN.
Front street, - - - - FORT BETON, M. T.
SLEGAL BLANKS
l'he RECORD ha. just issued the hanudson
est set of
tLegal Blari1s.s
in the Territory.
'hlese Blanks comprise Warranty Deeds,
Quit Claim Deeds, Chattel and Real
Mortgages,
Mining Deeds!
Ntloces or Location, Jurats and a
full line of
Justices' and Probato Court
SBLANKR.
SI,,hI V~W. Fewey,{
CIVIL ENGINER.
A RC FITT X'T
-AN- 1;
&. . Deputy Mau l
wea Smates, asr s
TOU. J. TODD& CO.
Wholesale and }etail Dealers in
Win- INES, LIQ UORS,
1 CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
eeds, e- WIIISKIES_ .
SHtermitage, Lanhcaster,
3IcBrayer, 3ellwood Rye, "
Blue Grass, Blue Ribbon,O. K.
-. Anderson, 0. HIorsev Rye,
Stag, Nelson, Reindeer, Magnolia,
. Scotch and Irish Whiskies.
f -Zk oo ;.- .Wines n and- Brandies !
Guiness Stýuts, Bas' Ale, Ginger Ale, Double Soda, Cider
Mineral naters~, Angostora Biltter, Ilostctter Bitters,
Reed. tkctah bitters, Etc.
m' Agents for Montana for O'Donnell's "Blue Ribbon O. K. Whisky." ~
fCor. Front and Baker Streets
Case Goods of all Kinds, Fort Benton, Montana.
RIVER
Blackmith hop,
Cor. Power de Franklin Sts.,
FORT BENTON, - M. T.
RUFUS PAYNE,
9 -Proprietor
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HMo R HOEIjN AND WAGON
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BLACKSMITHING
!6i AU Its Branches.
Good Work at Reason
able Prices.
Wotlce of Dissolutioncf Co.Partner.
ship
Notice is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing between George .I RinF ward,
Se phen Spitriey, and Henry Ringwal 1, of Helena
nd Fort Benton, Montana Territory, under the
+rm name and style of Ringwald, Broth rs &
Company was dissolved on the 22nd day of De
cember, 18b, by mntuaieonsent.
All debta owing to said partner'hip are to be
Ire 'received bvsaid George J. Ringwald and Stephen
t 8ptzley, and all demands on tha said partner hi:
are to be resented for pavyment to said George.1,
SBlngwald and Steplen Spitaley, who will hereaf
Ster continue the business formerly conducted bs
'tlngwald,Brothers & Company. under the mflr:
name and style of 'CG. J, tin wald & Company.:
BTEPH I I SP:'IZLEY,
-GEO. J. RIINQWALD.
I dec. 2IS-41w-w-w
UO$E~ TEKEN jip'.
Thrree Horseesand One Mule.
1!TR$MALL ýY H&S AW$TOD.
U . brand oblt~terptedi. Onei blae r·:·iare : blatehf
brand on thn rlght nip, borne she oan left shou
O nebayhorse, right;indlegwbt, collar
1beve ante les ~tiS by pplingand n e
a"_ lrb it'ily.
£p$o4D .
herifer wil be oeutý pe
RE-OP E E D !
der the Management of
Mrs. Dena Murray.
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This old and always popular Restaurant will bs
re-opened to-morrow or next day under the
personal supervision of Mrs. Murray, and n,
pains or expense will be spared to give entire sat
Sifaction to customers.
IBL8 AT ALJL LHOU1R8
Chops, Steaks& Cutlets
TO ORDER.
1 Everything First*Class. ,~_
OCCIDENTAL
Shaving I Bathing
EMPORIUM,
FORT BENTON, w MONTANA,
r
SHot and Cold Baths
n At all hours.
A Flesh Brushes, Sponges, Clean Towels and Soaps
'"' with all the modern accommodations in
bathing.
n sATH ................ ...........25 Cent'
,Pp SALT DATH........... ........3..5 Cenuti
. We make shaving and hair cutting a specialty
tf- Bay rum, clean towels and sharp razors, acoom
by modating workmen. we hope customers wil
please give us a call. We will wait upan them t
first-class order.
BEOKNELL & ROSIER.
IslatW11 16* 0~lst
r. j uuvoI) crurwreru rI
Notio to Cw*Itorsi
All t bavtoa ctmin agst th etate of {
SWin,ý Austin degessed, ur herey oti~i eto
Dorettem wit four
~r rto; luek Hutmt Attorneye & ~w atn
deg Adminefrutor
`The weling~ hour on. StJo& tu e
in~ tear o~f Lf t'& S pyt
Sfsofesionmal ards.
HoaACE R. Brcx. W.. H HmT, Ja.
BUCK & HUNT,
Attorneys and Coauselors at Law.
FORT BENTON, - - MONTANA.
ýlg" Special attention given to conveyasncing and
e making out Homestead, Pre-emption, Tree Claims
and Desert Landpapers.
J J Donnetly, F M Eastman.
DONNELLY & EASTMAN,
Attorneys at Law,
FORT BENTON, M. T.
Prompt Attention Given to Collections.
W. s. SETTLE. C. S. LYTLE.
SSETTLE & LYTLE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
FORT BENTON, MONTANA.
SWill practice in all the courts of the Territory.
buy, sell and convey Real Estate, Mining and
Town Property.
l GCollectIonsof all kitndl promptly attended I
tc., JOHN W. TATTAL, t
A'i'TORNEI AT LAW,
Fort Benton, Montana.
Conveyancing a Specialty
Oflica at County Clerk's Office, Conrt;Hou se
o.uilding. (sc "9'wtl) f
SHOBER AND LOWRY,
1attorneys at Law and Collecting Agent. 1
Jackson Street near Wood Street. 1
HELENA, M. T. t
J. A. Ai.NOUSDl,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law f
FORT BENTON, 111. T.,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND JUBTICO OF THE
PEACE.
OFFICE: Malnstreot between Baker and St,.
John's Streets.
MASSENA BULLARD,
a
F I.iEI. A, M. T
a
WIll Practice and fLake Collections in all
parts of the Territory.
, Mc.H.McKAY,D. M.D.,
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, a:
All city and country calls promptly at- h
tended to. Room No. 40, Grand Union t`
fote-l. (janlldwtf) ft
1i
1883. P
IIARPER'S YOUNý PEOPLF.,
J
AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY, f
16 PAGES.
SUITED TO BOYS AND GIRLs OF FROM t
TEN to SIXTEEN YEARs OF AGE. C
s1
Vol IV. commences November 7, s,
1882.
d
The Xoung Pecple has been from the filrst sue.
ceesful beyond anticipation.-.l. Y. Ereniag Post.
It has a distinct purpose, to which it steadily
adheres-that, namely, of supplanting the vicious a
tis for the young with a paper more o a
tive, as well as more wholesome.-Bovton Joserna
For heatness, elegance of engraving, and eon
tents generally, it is unsurpassed by any publica
tion of kind yet brought to our notice.-Pittburg t.
Gazette,
-- t
lTEE&RM tS.
HARPER'S YOUNG :?EOPLE, I 81.60.
Per Year, Postage Prepaid,
SixG L. NUrlEaRS, Four Cents each.
e Specimen copy sent on receipt of Three Cents. a
The Volumes of Harper's Young People fc ii
S1881 and 1882, handsomely bound in illuminated r
Cloth, will be sent by mail, pastage prepaid, on re
ceipt of $3.00 each. Cover for Young People f
1882, 35 cents; postage, 13 cents addit ional. O
Remittances should be made by Post-Offie Money d
SOrder or Draft, to avoid chances of loss.
Newspapeas are not tocopy this adrertisenen
'"hthost the eapress order of HAPER & BROTHERS.
Addrcss HARPER & BROTHERS,Nw Yoa f
be
SNotice To Stockmen!
t*
THIE COHIIRANEB AICiCO.
Of Montreal and Bow Rlverf I
f Will have another shipment of 'i aronghbrsd Bulls
and some
CLYDE STALLIONS
il
lor use on theirRanch arriving in Benton about the
opening of navigation. The above company v
will also deliver i.n reasonable terms,
at Benton,
Pure Bred Stallions and Bulls of any Breed
That may be ordered in time to enable thepaine to be
purchased in time for shipment.
Parties in want of any of the above animals would do
well to commanniateat ones with the Manager, V
* as the facilities we have for purchasing
From the Best Herds In Canada and England
are unsurpassed on the continent.
Address
MAJOR JAMES WPALKER.
Manager Cochrane Co.,
PBow HMiver, Canada. e
u lOtf
16a 1
Sil f
MONTANA CATTLY COPANM. t
Ema, ALe5rtede.ted P.W
Owa*. ra randeA" of
WOMEN CAPTURE A THIEF.
Seizing the Man's Legs ana Pull
Ing Him into ('Custody.
Joe Gleason. Being Caught by MIYss
Nd ]orris in Her Room ii a Boarding
School, Unluckiiy Puts his
Limbs in Her Sasterts Reach.
n.
Miss Mary 11. Norris is the princIpal of
a private boarding school for girls at 40
East Fifty-eight street. The structure is
one of a row of handsome brown-stone
h houses, with four floors and a basiement.
Two tall stone pillars support a broad cor
nice above the outer door. Adjoining 5i a
picturesque two-story structure of red
brick and gray stone, set off' with grote-
' que carved figures. This is Cornellus
Vanderbilt's, stable. Prof. Bernardus
Boekelman, the instructor in music, call
edl and rang the bell at 7?, o'clock on
t Tuesday evening. HIe noticed in the twi
i1 light the figure of a man seated upon the
stone casing of a window immtedi:tely over
the door, with his back, toward the street
and his legs apparently in the room. lie
concluded that it was a mechanic, who
was probably repairing a broken window
sash. As he removed his overcoat he
heard a loud scream on the second floor,
,and Miss Carrie N]rris, the principal's
sister, came flying down the stairs.
"Thief ' Thief ,' sihti cried. "There L;
a thief in the window of my room.
The principal e:ane running front the
library. Following her were Mrs. S. Wil
liams, a lady friend who resides in the
building, and Miss Anna SchucCk, daugh
ter of William G. Schncck, proprietor of
the Westulinister Hotel. The party of five
rushed out upon the doorsteps. Hanging
from the cornice were the legs of a man,
who was evidently preparing to jump.
Prof. Boekelman and the ladies seized the
extended legs with such force that the
figure of a man came tumbling down upon
the steps, the head of the man receiving a
cut from a stone corner.
He struggled to get away, and two
strangers sprang up the steps and attempt
ed to pull him out of the crowd. At the
same moment Robert )ouglas, the color
ed porter, sprang out of the front door,
and two well-dressed men, who were pass
ing, ran up the steps. 'be men who had
attempted to rescue the intruder beat a
hasty retreat, and were not seen again.
The captured man attempted to get his
right hand into his coat pocket, but the
negro porter pinioned him, and, with the
assistance of Miss Norris and the strang
ers, dragged him into the outer hall, where
he was laid flat upon his back, while the
two willing strangers who had come in
from the street sat down upon his feet and
hands. A messenger was despatched for a
policeman, and returned in a few minutes
with one, followed by two detectives.
The man was taken to the East Fifty
first street station, where he said he was
John Moore, aged 40, of 2410 East Thirty
first street. lie was recognized, however,
from his picture, which is No. 512 of the
Rogues' Gallery, as Joseph Gleason, one of
the best known of a dangerous class of
criminals called by the police "second
story burglars," who climb through the
second-floor windows of a dwelling, usual
ly while a family is at dinner, lock the
door on the inside, and, if discovered, ef
feet their escape by leaping to the grcund.
Gleason was convicted of burgiary in 1870
and his pictnre was taken then. lI.fe served
a term:of five years. A murderous-looking
revolver, with every barrel loaded, was
found in his coat. Four skeleton keys of
the latest pattern, a jimmy, and a chisel
were also found upon him. He is believed
to have sneaked through Mr. Vanderbilt's
stable, climbed out at a second-story win
dow, and walked through the coping to
Miss Norris' school.
The prisoner was arraigned yesterday
afternoon in the private examination room
in the Yorkvllle Police Court. Miss Nor
ris was the first witness.
"'I had just seated myself in the libramy
on Tluesday evening," shte said, "tocon
duct prayers for the young ladies, when
I heard mny sister crying on the stairs. 1
thought it might be fire, and ran into the
front room atnd into the hall. Everybody
seemed to be going ottside, and I ran outr.
A man's legs were hanging from the por
tico. I seized hold of them. Prof. Boe
kelman and another mant also "seized
them, and the colored man came imme
dlately after. I held on until we had
pulled the man down ian 1I dragged hilm in
on the hall floor."
Miss Carrie XNorris said: "After dinner
I left the dining hall. and went up stairs.
I passed through my slster'a room to my
room, which is the hall room. As I did
so I noticed that the ;tair iwas co((hi, as if
there was a window open stomewhere. I
had left the gas burning very low in my
room, and it was in the same condition
when I returned. As I entered I saw a
man's face in the window. It was so dark
I could not seeo it distinctly. I shouted,
"lHe made motion toward me with his
hand, and said something which sounded
"Um " I ran down stairs shouting. My
window was closed when I went to dinner,
and no servant had occasion to open It.'"
Justice Herman held' the prisoner in
$5,000 bail for trial. A person who was
present at the capture said last evening:
"Nobody held on more persistently and
earnestly than the ladies, and but for them
the prisoner would surely have eseaped,
And yet, when he was on his beck In the
hall, he called for a glass of water, and one
of the ladies brought it to him. We re
fused to let him rise up to drink It, and it
was poured into his mouth as he lay on his
back on the floor, I thought tie
man would strangle before he stopped
coughing."
Bismarek is a little superstitious sote
times. -e will not have a battle which I4
yet undecided spoken of as if It were woo.
He will not ~It down to dinner it there are
13. To owthis minisuters, who hadt ap
ad with M hair cut, he rearked;
"You hareust your bair in od teit; the
mon is growig, and that is he right
time fe uatting hair and rtess. e
tpeople do not believe in the tnee
ths moon dI do and M that t sm &

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