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HAR.I R'S MAGAZINE.
..,ZrUSTR.AT$' 3. ,,r,*,t' , - . I,,:z,,;"j,( beLgins its sixty-sixth vol tI tie it io il 1h ei)lember Number. It is not onls the rol5, popular iliustrated peridoical in America i:.ti .,ng.aznd, butalso thq largest iaite ashee. thie ni---t beutiful in its appearance, and the best magnz.ne for the home. A new novel, entitled "*For the J1: tjir," LUy (Co:STANCa FENIMORU WOOL soY. the' author, of "Anu," was begun in the No vembnlr Nuub.er. In literary andi artistic excelieL~ the jlfrr..Uzcc improves with each suecssive num ber Special efforth have been made for the light er enteria tiniect of it.iteicers through humorous stories, .kictehe, &c. T i .."T *.fý lUC A T V-ý T AT Per Year: 1fAHPEl'., M GAZNL .... 4 00 HARPE'S W'EEKI...... ................. 4 00 IIAi it'.K'-' 1;ALAR ................ ....... 4 00 The T'I1iREE above :putlicatiens .......... 10 00 Any TWO :. ,,;e named.......... ....... 7 00 HARPI'It's YOUNG PEOPLE . .............1 50 IIARP-IR'I ;:1AG .IN E 0 IlAHIlC.':, I'Nt, l I Ll'l.E .... ........500 11 All l:l: Ftl \'i.t -N'IUIAF; LIBBARY, One .Y .. ..2 ... . bi c'l . .. .......... 1000 j:,,,,dp , ;. . ''I ..,: ir i.cht e V nt.ited etates or Canado. The volunter of the .Iiagtaziane begin with the Numbers for Juu, and l)ecember of each year. When no time i; rtpcifl, (I, it will be understood that hie snubcribr wi:hes to begin with the cur rent Number. T'e la-t Eight Yolulnes of Harper's agaflasine, In neat cdo h binding, will be tent by mail, post paid, on receipt f n:i on per volume. Cloth Cases, for binding, 50 ceolseacee-by mail, postpaid. In ex to Iarlper' ,litrgazine, Al. habetical, An alytic tl, ani Cl,taitied, for Volumes 1 to 16, in Clusive, from June. Ik50, to June, 1880, one vol., Ivo, .Juth, -l 00. Reminttarncs should be made by Post-Office Money Orderor 1)1iaft.toavoid chince of loss. 'eutt,.'l.lp<rx ,acre o tot t' copy this advertisement iitho it the .rtire s order (f HiARPIER & BROTHERS. Adlrt- II.tlI'}tE & B11ROTIlIEKl New York. Terms to blaull ubscribers. The several ed:tions of The Sun are sent by mail, postpaid, as tol,ows: DAILY- ,5 cents :a month, 6.5~0 a year, with Sun day etition,, . .7.0. SUNDAY --ight I:1ge.-, 81.20 a year. WEE ..Y--- a' : -ar. Ehlit pages o! the best m t, . otf lheelaly i-su,<; an AgricuUIt'ra De pa !tnlt tf unetu.i".'d me'rit., mnarket reports, & I lit.rirv -ig.titifl, , an·t domestie in:elli acep snake The, K tW ' "Al, o t tile newspaper r l ;tiiwi"o holsr hold. To clubs of ten wiltl tl0, al extra copy 1in e. Address I. W. ENGLAND, L'ublirher, T'a S:an, N.Y. City 1883. Harp r's Bazar! ILLTUSTRATED. This popular journal is a rare combination of literature, art aul fash:ou. Its stories, poems and assays are by the bhst writers of Europe and America; its engravings possess the highest artis tic excell"nce: and in all matters p-rtaining to fashion it is universally acknowledged to be the leading au'lority in the land. The new volume will contain many brilliant novelties. HARPER'S PRI 0 DICALS. Per Year: HARPER'S BAZAR ........... .............. $4 00 HARPER'S MAGAZINE.................... 4 00 The,THREE above published ............10 00 Any TWO above published .............. 7 00 HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE ................ 1 50 HARPER'S MAGAZINE ..........5 00 H ARPER.S YOUNG PEOPLE HARPE!t'S FRANKLIN SQUARE LIBRARY, One Year, (52 uumbers) .... ....... 10 00 Postage Free to all subscribers In the United States or Canada. The volum'es of the Bazar lt;ein with the Erst Number for .lJnuary of each year. When no time is mentioned, it will be ,understood that the sub scriber wlsatis to coutumuee with the number next after.the receipt of order. The last Four Annual Volumes of II rper's Ba sar, in heat cloth binding will he sent by mail, postpaid, or by express, free of expense, provided the freight does nut exceed one dollar er volume, for $7 per volume. Cloith cases for each volume suit.tble for binding willbe sent by mall, postptidl, on receipt on of one d )liar each. Remittance should be made by PostoLlse Money Order, or Draft, to avoid chance of loss. Newspapern are no0 to copy this advertisement without the express ord.lr o! HARPER & BiOS. IIARPER e& BROS. Now York. zpresu Wagon No. 44! Ciu. ith11, tpriitor, WILL ALWAYS BE FOUND READY 0o tlo hauling of all klnds at reasonable rates. Stand in front of Kenneidy & Kelly'. Centre Mar ket, Main street Orders lefton slate wi:l receive prompt attention. iv6d&wtt City Pohotim i G .lirj -or Fort Benton, -- Montaia. JIISTiS Fi, PROPRIETOR My new gallery being now opened, t beg leave to announce to the Benton public that I am readd to make any kind of views at Helena prices, an - will guarantee my work second to none In the T.. ritor. A cloudy day makes no difference to mer s however, that mother's ig thel bbies for w sit between the i f t -dlding Senery Views in MOsT OO LZTr. i e WE AXt se8s0, 1 - sal 3nr, U. T w 10. tort ii6~iiii SADDLERY. COW BOYS' HEADQUARTERS! 8TOC SADDLIS TO 03D1 1e - Fine Harness TFrom the following trees: HAND-MADE 1 Half-Breed, Solid Fork. Montana oo Stock, Vasika, Lehman, 00 Texas Iron Fork, 00 Still. Love,FO,_, Tom ass .f A .i 00 Fes seike. 5o 00 TO OBRDER ! 00 Chaps made to order from best quality of calf Buggy anO TeamWhips, skin! Quirt's lfackanlmore Rcata Spanihe Martingales, tall- HORSE CLOLIIING, Breed Bits, Inlaid SSpurs anenas, -NONE BAGS, SWEAT PADS! r Cartridge xl Belts. r All Work Warranted, and Hand-Made! n S1, ATiSFACTION CUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED. JOE SULLIVAN, FRONT STREET, - - - FORT BENTON, 11B. T. T. R. COLLINS, La H. HERSHFIEI L, CHA8. E. DUr, A. HERSHFIELD. Fort Benton. Helena. BANK at OF NORTHERN MONTANA We Transact a General Banking Business. ep current accounts with merenants, stockmer and others, subject to be drawn against by check without'notice. , WE BUY NOTES AND PAY INTERES7 Is ON TIME DEPOSITS Make loans of money secured 9 personal en 0 dorsement. Webuy and sell exchange on to the cogmercial centres of the Unit-t ie States. We will give Special Attentios, t" the Business of Northern a to Central Montana, will make such loans to stock men anQ .,ur m ea as are suite.'. to their requlrements SLocal Securities a hsecialt,. ,0 Collections and all other business entrusted to will receive prompt and careful attention. COOllINR. DUER & CO. THE SUN. NEW YORK, 1883. Me More people have read The ,un. during the year just now passing than ever before sitnce it was fir-t 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. t- We are credibly informed that people buy. read. *1, and like The Seu for the following reasons, among others: Because its new columns present in attractive e, form and with the gr;-atest possible accuracy whatever has interest for humankind; the events* the deeds and misdeeds, the wisdom, the philoso phv, the notable folly, the solid sense, the improv ing nonsense--ll the news of the bueinst world at present revolving in space. ty Because people have learned tha-t in it. remarks concerning perso a and affairs The Son nakes a practice of telling them the exact truth to the best it of its ability three hundred aid ei.ty- five days i1, the year,before election as well as after, abo t the whales as well as about ihe small IL-h, in he lace ofdissent asplainlh and fearlessly as unen sa:p po"teol by general approval. 7hA Sun has abs., lutely no turposes o serve, save the information of its readers and the furtherance of the common good. Because in politics it has fought f 1r adnzon years. rithout intermission and sometimes almost alone among newspapers. tha flight that has re sulted in the recent overwhelming popular vtr dwit against t.,besonismand for h-,nest govern ment. No matter whit party is in power. The Sun standsand wil continue to stand take arock for the interests of the people against the ambition of bosses, the enroachment- of monopolists, and the dishonest schemes of public robbers. All thisis what we are told almost du ly by our friends. One man holds that The Sun is the best r.ligi-usnewspaperever published, bec-use its Christianity is undiluted with ant. Another holds hat it isthe best Republican neuspapet printed, because it has already whipped half of the ruscals out of that p rts,and i- proceeding against the other half with undiminished vigor. A third believes it to be the best magazine of general liler satre in existence,tecause its readers miss nuth ng worthy of notic.- that is current in the workl of hought. So every flend of TheA Sun discovers one of its many sides that appeals with particular force to his individual liking. If you already know The Sun, you will observe s. that in 1tQ8 it is a li tle better than ever bef re. If r- you do not already know The Sun, you will find it re to be a mirrorof .ll human activit -. a st.rehoua"e of the chnises' e,-,aucts of common sense and im aginatit a a& Ianta for the cause of honest gov e"nnment, a i+ i it. t for genuine Jeffersonian Demo cracy, a s.eourge for wickedness of eve, y species. and an uncommonly good investment for the com ing y ar. DELAIDE STOCK FARM, Lke Past.. N. P. U. R. SAorl Hera Castle! · Myherd ofh'th-bred Sjhort Eorheraowr Qtans StQa some to animals mostly some Bates. Have for sale a shoice lot of yoeag bulls and h~eifemri ti by SthlasimtPortedp ' Oxford Genreva .i.A. Th grad breed nt bull took swt= le asB Syearling a .hte _ In a pal bi r tlon dwilll erve a limted number of approved e Lwos mtl pplieation. Maw a1ew high grade Shropehire latbs for sale. Rewooemingluand am beoking orders at $4per' Wasbt.bte.oa Brewery. H." a l , :.-. . T '·-LT. 6;X4~TQ: t I ~ JoHN T. MURPHY. E. G. MACLAY. W. W. HIIGoINS. MURPHY, MACLAY & CO., WHOLEMALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN SGROCERIES, Wines, Liquurs and Cigars. } H ARDWARE! Iron and Steel! Miners and Blacksmith Tools, Iron Roofing, SCUTT'S FOUR-POINT BARBED WIRE, TIN - WARE, Horse and Mlule Shoes, Wagon Timbers, Cooking and Heating Stoves, Crockery and Queensware, Tents and Wagon Covers, Sheep Tobacco, Schuttler Wagons, Buckeye Machines, Hay Rakes, Harrows, Drags, Plows and Wagons, and the genuine SINGER SEWING MACHINES. _ Our stock is complete in every department, bought at bottom figures direct fron k manufactures and packers. We are fully prepared to offer our customers every induce. ment of the market. ir Carrying as we do the largest stock of strictly pure Liquors In the Territory. W, ts have always on hand a full supply of the Celebrated Carlisle Hume and Taylor's Kentucky Sour Mash and O'Donnell's Blue Ribbon "OK" Whiskeys, and.-Schlitz Mil Q waukee Beer. t Having the largest store and fire proof warehouse in Benton. We shall transact ra 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 Retai establishments. Thus enabling us to meea the closeat competition. Don't fail to comnI and see us when you visit Benton. Murphy, Maclay Co. PREMIUM PICTURES, PREMIUM GALLERY! * 'a5aLUaw, eNA.ff MADAME o. H. KOKERT, Firt Prize W THE ° E8 r.r~i~~ a c s. _· ~''ý'' KEINAN & PAYNE,. House and Sign PAINTERS ... 1, p : flrad 4--' " CUHIC IWi'S DALI0! Bakery and RESTAURANT! CHOICE Wines and Liquors CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Open Day c Night. * CHUNG KEE, Propaietor. Ti UNDERTAKING. ( i - eter !3mithI, SCarpenter -AND -- Builder ! has shipped from the States and will keep con stautly on hand a variety of Burial Cases, I. which he is now prepared to furnish at short notice. Carpenter Work, Jobbing. Etc.. Etc., Eto., Promptly attended to. . ugl1yD:wtf 4 . O O00 lonlltrlct Before t11 Snow Files The undersigned has engared alarge force of men to get out coal Lom the well known WHOOP-UP MINE nd will deliver it at the mine f r $4.00 per ton. Now i3 the Time To contract while the roads are tnod and freight rale, lo v. This is the only g ,odl coal yet discovered in the Northwest Territory. S sep23dwtf - sep2odwtr T. G. SALISBURY. W. T. ROLPH. W. P. WASHBURN. Salisbury, Rolhh & Co., Manufacturers of Hir, RIIk, wool & Excolsior IattrsE'as., Dealers in all kinds of Bedding and Curled Hair. 03 Main Street South, E. D. Minneapolis. A. B. KEELER, Agent, BaErroN. PAM K BLACKSllITl S4OPAI Corner Baker and Franklin St., Fort Bentoa, lesatasa, F M. LEPPER, Pro. Blacksmithing and Wagon Repairing. All work intrusteato me will be done in thelmost thorough and workman-like manner. Livery, Draft, Saddle Hgrle*atd Male Shoeing. e.Atiwtf MANN'S RANCH I On The Road to Barker ! Within Ole ay' lerise oef BENTON OR THE MINES ia a ocnvepleit and delightful topping place. TI t. asnet r le AcPca iaes. At Reaasonable Prices. New erry at Ranatag R·eglarly frola adse of BakL . Cr4 k nits H. J. t'AGUKERKL\ . ' . ,PW:1 i. : :.,ER & CO. I J . WA h . WHOLES ALE AND RE.TIA I, 1i)4A LER, I N Hard e BAR IRON AND WACON T IE.:Nl Horse-sho and Nails, Tinware, Stoves, Queensware., rGla·1a ware Tin r1"os and Sheet Iron Goods of' Every DI. .rinion. Charter Oak and A corn Cooking and Heating .tov:. the Celebrated W i1,'i. ST : and G L~ .D Soft Coal Bas- Biurners. THE BEST AND ONLY SUCCESSFUL BASE BURNERS IN USE. Our stock of Queensware is the largestan dt nmo.t onomplete ever b,1)ouht to M[ontanx and comprises every arti.eh req!,ctirl by hiot.lS :!:ln fml .ilinhe, PLAIN AND FAINCI TOILT'il', 1)II.lER AN'4~ TEA. SETS Of every style :a.i qur:litv. Genuine Cut Glass Bar Tumblers, Plain and F'av cy V(oblets for family :ind hotel !ise. Oar Wagon Timbers are of the IlHest Seasoned Hard U' oods, and consist of all woods used in buildinM ai repairing wagons. cr:ria;is "alr bllggieb We have complete stock of TIN GOOD S S! Including Tin Rooting, Gutters and Pipes, and will contracý to to all k;ndls of rooth repairing, etc. Tin goods of every desetipt ion MA DE TO ORIJDER on shor notice and at reasonable prices. We propose to keep oa:ne of th !largest and best supplied establishmonrsof the kind i, .Mmlnta:a 'T -ýorr and will spare no p'i1 or -"xpe.e t.: v ETTIRUE SWTISFP CT'5 T") 4P L p9* $ B' ?aI .i, t New Store ! New Goods ! ,NICK MILLEN, - - HELENA , MNT5, H as the Largest and Best St, leeedl Stock of IBoots o IeS, Slippers Rubber Cood3, Etc. Ever brought to the Territory, and is Selling at BOTTO PRICES ! IS Having recently fitted up a large store to aoammn·rn te , ~ ! ely2 increasing trade, am prepared to fill orders of ally size or 4* < - riftsi iin Wmy h1Ite. en Mall Orders will receive Prompt Atlcnlion. ENICKi I\!LL.E N. TER, L I 8 D31 I II I I III I ,, POST TRADERS, Fort Assinaboine, MI. T. BRANCH HOUSE, CONNECTION, - ý '/. road antti, McNamara & Co ir oA.Bralwator & Col ! o ci & Co Wholesale & Retail Dealers, .. D ,Wildo's Latdinv, ia , , , T, I FORT MAGIN IS, - - - M. T. CARRY A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF all I.rchdisOa Diomaiaid Ilr Trale of th~ Tenin;y, spl~dtAwtt "1 sta,lbl1is..e.d 1573. Hamillon & Hazlell, ,,,OLD AGENCY, - - M. T. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE AN D) We have just received a full and complete assortxmNet ot *Orooeeies. Dry Goods, Clothing Calfornia Blar2tets, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Queensware, Hardware Draug, Notions and Toys. . C air d Examsme oar G da ansd Prices before pur cha.Ese a sewhere. The hiighest 4arket Prtce poaid f'or .0FlObe sac. Peltrie e ,, -, , . I 13u NT N 4 - , ý e h :kk;i: ; s. r 'ý. T.AKE IT! READ IT! ThooW'oaiy Piaieer PreS ?ACTa for the r : ME T MAatT fo thel'birB KtZZHAT1 U$ZT& for the WMBI-H Qny $ .l erAim ~ r~~ W~pya A4·vems;lL·