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TilE (QI.C\. ý NEt ANCIIE CO.
n ;. ITr , N V. '. . L T , .g o.... , ... ' . ,.v . , f it,-ry.h S. ,ill r Xcu ,: iiu ra > nd. 54X Thi I ci uk on left hip Ad~-··r. `TT f Ea Iu;; e 'p in left our. (t ISucccc]iiig vear4 a: ý,. ,ý 'ect-Sarne as icv~rnl- i n\cieted on left shoulder Imci\; ~:l: oi <sliptt 4, kBiPl"I' Ll e3 i - - ' .;i l 'I·- -Ii o tdfod ¾4LIct. QiIi lIj) Chs Mrs. ELIZA PHELPS. Addre-s --- avid S. I' e1L,; rtica, Meagher county, M. T. Range-Judith Basin.S X4ý!' ~ ~ .' ' ' ',w ICATTLE CO. 3~ -'r Mainager. Organ:,i d , : iidu recorded in 187'9. Rsi ~~ ·. AAe ti:: V:.. "1 - tub" ' A3% 330 ID. 13 1D 1 [ILL [PS1:1-31 . A'dr - , I nl n 11 'I'. 44dl Rangre- 4L ! i ai of Kar-n,~rirk., 'p it iii left eur, piece ti of top of 1i irudv 1 on right thighi 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 Heav) Underclothing, Boots. Slhes. Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens, Socks, German Socks, etc., etc., 1 At New York Cost Prices. We do not believe i holding g,,oods over. We therefore offer to the public the above inducements. Our winter stook must be sold. THIS IS NO AOVERTISIN 0 DOOGE I We mean business and will do what we say. Call Early and Secure Good Bargains. Odlers by mail or express will receive* prompt attention. HIRSHERCR & NATHAN. Front Street, - - - - FORT BETON, M. T. P.. SotfeJ ional gards. IORACE R. B3t K. Wi. I. IIFTNT, JR. BUCK & HUNT, tttorIeys antdi (Co.i7s.-lor at . aw. 3 ORT BENQTON, - - SI07NTATN ., . .o1 attei.: Iii givel to c .nv.caneing aRnd naki - lut ' fointOetoad. Prc-emptioIn. Tree Claims nd I)esert Landpapl'ers. r J Donnelly. F M Eastman. DONNELLY & EASTMAN, Attorneys at Law, FORT BEN(TON, ll. T. 'rompt Attention =iven to Collections. r. B. SETTLE. c. S. LYTLE. SETTiE & LYV i 'I , 'TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW, FOIT BEN'TON, M NTA N A. s"rl l raCtl.· e - -`.'',,. .,-in:r. ;! the Territory. Powln Proport!. "y Jollectioti,, :uil fi, ,iA ;i1ow!n tly ai :t:t'n' n- . Fort Benton, M.ontana. (Conveyaesa.'i g a ltaý.;IRl ()ltit:: at County `Clerk'- ()t~e!:;, Co rt Ilou se .uil'ling. (z," .7 w tL SHOBER AND LOWRY, kttorptys at Law and Collecting Agenf* fackson Stree.t (L:(r Woo" d Street. l ELE , It. T. J. A. 1rA1OUSE, ,ttorney anti Counsellor at Law FI'OCI'TF HENTON, 3i. T., VOTARY PUBLIC AND JUSTICE OF TIlR PEA CE. OFFICE: MainStreet between Baker and St. 'ohn's Streets. MASSENA BULLARD, itrne 4 ounstlelir at Va t-j ELElNq A., V11. T A'ldl iPratice and Make Collections in all parts ot the Territory. B. LEROY POWERS,. Attorney and Counsellor at l.aw. s Special attention given to collections. Will r practicein all of the Courts. mr22tf Mc.H.McKAY,D. M.D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, All Clendenin and Barker District calls promptly attended to. (jinlldwtf) •John W. Dewey, CIVIL ENCINEER. ARCHITECT -AND U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. V498W' flE'r4". YION8 % A NOTICE. Notice is hereby give' that +th co-partnorship h.retotfre existing 'etw en thi, under igte -, tun, der the firm a mn , tf Hggits & .fChla:n. gsigapdi .t the hu-in-. of lying, -elt ittI nid raisilng ,at' 1I and hor-e&, tath's Mav dissored eby mtntttl Onm." sent, the und.rsaigned, 0 P I1gr ns par'ing it det. of said Arm and co.lec' itig at di-bts due the (ulgned) lý/ P ITr1GIXNA. aid M.*. ..... Xc LAI. M.si. .a), T., Al.it nll. , 4' · Wholesale and Retail Dealers in U E SLIQ UORS, CIGARS AND TOBACCO. H hermitage. Lanheaster, McBrayer, Mellwooid Rye. -" __ Blue 0Grass, Blue Ribbo, ,(). K. Anderson. O. Horsey R ye. Stag, Nelson, Reindeer, Magnol;i. ] -.` tc•h n Irish W, ,_ S--.. Wines--and--EBrandies ! Stas a. t.. - . '_., ?anuger Ale, *.uble S-*1a, ( Idet . liuerl . . Ango-.ora Mitter,, HIos~cttter Bitters, I "9 .ktaall bIters. Etc. Ose Goods of all Kinds, Cor. Front and B~aker rneets, _ or Benton,_ _ontana. F First National Bank OF LELEN.A, ORGANIZED S06.. DESICNATED DEPOSITORY 3t. OF THq UNITED STATES Paid up Capital $300,000 Surplus & Profits ' 203,476 ASSOCIATED BANKS: First National, Fort Benton, M. T. :Missoula National, Missoula, M. T. First National, Butte, M. T. Toral Capital and Surplus, $929,226. S.T USBR ....... ............... President A. J. DAVIS ....... .......... Vie President E. W. W. KNIGHT .. .. ............Cashier r. H. KLEINSCHMIDT ........ Assistant Cashier We traneant a general banking business, and - 3y at h;gnest rates, gold dust. c-in, gold and ail ver bullion, and local scurities; and sell ex chauge and tel,,graphict:a, sfmrs available in all i Sarts of the United states, the Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, and the Continent. Collections male and proceeds remitted prompt ty, Board of Directors. S. T. HAUSER, JOHNCURTIN, A. M. M. )FLTER, R. S. RAMILTON JNO. H. MING, C. P. HIGGINS, E. W KNIGHT, A. J. DAVIS, HENRY M. PARCHEN, T. C. POWER, T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT. people are alwave on the look oni for chan.es to iner Ase th'ir earnins, and in time be come wealthy; those who do aot improve thai; opportunitles remain m poverty. We offer a I great hence to make money. we want many m~-. wom en. boys and girls to work for no right in their own losalitles. Anyone can do thl work properiv from 'be start. "The buhsilnes, will pay more than ten time, orldn 'ry wages. REnensive o1int fur nLiPed lre~. Noone Who'engasge faIl-to mik-i mrnev rapidly You can d.vote yon- w.ho time to the work, or nnly vnrr sp.ee momeets. Fall Information and all Iait 14 nwdled sent free Ad dret 8iw-rr -o A co., Portlantl,4Malne IsrtsItf ICHARL S SERIQAN, tJ 3 RE WAOOE Fort e t J. R. Wilton, A RCHIITiECT, S CONTR ACTOR AND ;BUILDER! '6 FORT BENTON, MI. T. Will contract for brick or frame dwellings, vourches, and public buildings. Plans and speci dcations furnished and work executed in the most satisfactorv manner. 5. SEASON 1883 nt at er er pt .. N I will have tur tcrvic ut my ranch on Highwood, after May; 10th, the following stallions: Lord Clinton, Imported thoroughbred Clydesdale. Dornnahugal, o Thoroughbred (grandsou of Lexington.) EQUATOR, Pure bred trotter (grandson of Rysdyk's a BHaniltoilan.) Also a half-blood Clydesdale out of a Mor 1 gan mare, and alh,hrotaghbred Black Hawk Jack. For terms and full partieulars apply at -.ranch or address JOS'EP . A. BAKEIR, Fort Ben to ll,; o~oi na. Pedirees of thoroighbrer1 hors.a onc ex biion at rah, . aprl86 jC Dr. Deir"eye, Late surgeon in the F. army, late pro ýe-sor of surgery and dlean of faculty, Lan M Francisco, Cal., member of New York Ihdwaical Society, founder and proprietor df N. York Orthop'd Institute, can now he consulted at his ofilee, WEST PARK LI STREET. BUTTEt CITY, MOONTANA, between e Main st. and the bridge, near the bridge . tHe devotes special attention to the cure of all chronic and private diseases, and to those of a delicate, complicated or obsti nate character; also to all diseases of the nervous system and the various female complaints. Those who have placed themselves under the treatment of preten- Sol ders or soi-disant physicians, from whose tee treatment they have received no benefit No or who may even have aggravated their try:ubles, by keeping them trifling month gir after month, are cordially invited to con stilt the Doctor, who, by merit of his ex- the perience in the various hoopitals of Europe fo (Pfaris. Vienna and Berlin,: has succeed- ard edl in curing many cases pronounced in r curable by others. wit CALL ON, OR ADDRESS: DR. DEFREYE, aVE WEST Paic ST., between Main st. and tee thle bridlge, near the bridge. P. O. Box 8 S3. BUTTE CITY, aM. T, Slot-as; 10 a. m., to 4 p. m., and from eve G to d in the evening.' Sundays from 10 rioi :. im., to 1 p. ,m., only. Consultations end • , FREE. ConsultationS in all modern lan- ond EILr'fis: ENGLISH, FRANCAIS, DEUTSCH, ELPANNOL, ITALIANO, etc. vue dec14. 3md&w. A feri SNotice To Stockmen! Dr. stre 1. - yiol her THI COIRRANE RARCII. en IWh Of Montreal and Bow River, gret but Will have another shipment of Thoroughbred Bulls far and some was CLYDE STALLIONS ercii ded For use on theirfanch arriving in Benton about the 919 opening of navigation. The above company tion will also deliver n reasonable terms, at eanton, out Pure Bred Stallions and Bulls of say Breed Inse That may be ordered in time to enable the same to be tor': purchased in time for shipment, hou0 Parties in want of any of the above animals would do stret Well to communicate at once with the Manager, seen as the facilities we have for purchasing From the Best Herds In Canada and England that tire ddr are unsurpassed on the continent. had A 1.AJO 1 . A ES WAl~bER. awa' Manager Cochra.e Co., the i !aol3tf Bow Hiver, Canada. It w .I -, ried HOTEL SALOON IBiliard Hall1 (Next door to Largent House,) SUN RIVER CROSSING, M. T. All the !;nre .a1 iuknt popular brandol C WI.v., LIQLvOBa . 95A4AS AND') 7"ORAC (7) aon.rantlv on hang I .AHBY& PARKNE, ItE, FIIE, REAL ESTATE A D FORT BEINTON, . I~T. tl tl MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. cl of New York. cl LIVERPOOL and LONDON and GLOBE . and HOME, of New York. ST. PAUL FIRE and MARINE, le of St. Paul. apr4dwtf Probate Notice. nc In Probate Court, Chotean County, M. T. In the estate of W. W. Austin, deceased. John tH. Evans, Administrator, having this day made a ret rn of his proceedings in this Court in relation to thu sale of that certain property near A Fort BAnton. M I'., known as he Austin ranche, sohl by him on the 2d day of April, 4. D. 1883, and a hearing upon the said return of proceedings t bei g a ked fr in the said return upon a day be tore a regular term of his Court. It is hreby or !ered that Monday, the 28d day of A ,ri!, 1883:, at 11 o'clock a. m , at the Court room of thsa ! ourt, bo fixed for hearing ssid return, when ad wh, re any person interested in said estate Jo may pp'-ar and fl'e written obJections to the B confirmation ofesail sale. and may be heard and may produce witnoses in support of hisobjection. u. JOHN W TATTAN, Probate Judge. Dated April 12, 18.. r PI) 4p ouu to RE-OPENED !si ro cc der the Masugeet of p st! Mrs. Dena Murray. , ed su ---O---- This old and always popular Bestaurantwtl be re-opened to-morrow or next day mader the o personal supervision of Mrs. Murray, and no Ve pains or expense will bespar.d to give eatre sat iafaction to customers. ac sti IB AL AT LL HO1HS. o Chops, Steaks&a Outlets TO4ORDER. w wi J.st recetea ie KILLED BY A MAD MOTHER. u 0- A tu Mrs. Howard Slays Her Baby h and Attempts Suicide. II K Losing Her Mind Through Ill- tl ness, in a Moment when not b: ,f Guarded She is Seized with Violent Mad ness--To be Taken to an Asylum. d Rosa E. Rosenheimer, daughter of Mr. . Solomon Rosenheimer of 160 West Six e teenth street, was married a year ago last November to William R. Howard, an en r gineer for Giles & Geoghegan, at 116 Wooster street. She was 18 years old at the time of her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. e Howard resided at the home of 3Mrs, How - ard's father in a three-story brick house, with high stoop, a few doors west of Sixth , avenue, on the south side of West Six : teenth street. A short time ago a daugh r ter was born to the young couple. A fiws evenings later, Mrs. IHTwarid, whil,: de!(- ji 3 rious, killed her child alnd :tt'l i;pt.I.. to s end her own life by jumping from a see - ond-story window. She is now in Belle vue Hospital violently insane. A few weeks ago, Mrs. Howard was suf fering from an abuess of the breast, and Dr. Frank Ferguson of 123 West Eleventh street, who did not attend l:er in her pre Vioqs sickdress, was called. lie saw that her mind was affected, and told her par ents and husband to guard her carefully. When he next saw her she seemed to be greatly improved in respect to her mind, but on Saturday last she.seemed to be so far from herself tht the watch over her was kept with more care than had been ex ercised. On Tuesday Dr. Ferguson deci- A ded to lance the abscess. This he did at te 91/ o'clock in the evening, The opera- Ca tion was not painful, and was done with- bral out giving any drug to render the woman V insensible to pain. Just before the doc tor's arrival, Mr. Howard went to the house of his mother, at 123 West Eleventh street, to tell her that her wife's mind seemed to be clearer that it had been, and that she appeared to be on the way to en tire recovery of her reason. Mr. Howard had not returned when the doctor went I away, and Mr. Rosenheimer remained in the room with his d(aughter and her babe. It was the second-story rear room. Wea ried by watching her during Sunday and Be Monday nights, he fell asleep on a couch in the room, but was soon awakened by P his daughter crying that hsr child was ene dead. Ile tried to pacify her, and then withdrew from the room, thinking that perhaps she would be quiet if he stepped I outside the door. E outside the door. Mr. Rosenheimer had barely closed the door before he heard the bolt on the inside shot into the fastening. IIe called to his daughter to open the door, but she seem ed not to hear him., Then there was a r. crashing sound ~ ithln, as of the over turning of furniture, foll.wa-d by the noise of breaking gllass :a.dl 'he vol of . his (laughter crying u. !Ily ý !t:t the house Wa; i on tire. Mr. 1.,li)il !..i is .s s.'all maln and was unal)le to fhrer the door open. lie ran down stairs alnd obtail.ed assistance. - When the door was broken in, Mrs. How ard was found lying exh!:.-ted against an overturned washsta.nd. A heavy trunk lay across her fret. Iler iight dress was torn and stained with bleod which flowed froim a gash in her arm. 1Ier child was lying partly under the small stove, which had been upset. There was no fire la the stove. The b:aby's head was terribly bruised, and the child was dying. The mother had broken the mirro and knocked out several panes of glass from the win dow sash, and had attempted to jump to the ground. She continued to cry that the house was on ore.. Though she was greatly enfeebled, it was necessary to use considerable force to restrain her. The child died within a few minutes. When Dr. Ferguson arrived, he found the mother calm, but apparently unable to comprehend what she had done. Her vio lent ravings returned at intervals during the night, and yesterday she was taken in a carriage to Bellevue Hospital. She is not booked there as a prisoner, as there is nodoubt of her insanity.-N. Y, Sun. BREAKING. UP BUSINESS. r A Sensation in the Peanut Trade i at Chatham and Baxter I' Streets. t A small boy on a huge pair of stilts jolted around the corner of Ciatham and Baxter streets, and gazed proudly down upon the people who rushed briskly about. The stilts had been built originally with the foot rests within two feet of the ground, but the bounding ambition of the boy had led him to move the foot rests up to a height bordering on five feet. The result was that he stalked along at a con siderable altitude. He was a plump, round boy, without his coat. He smiled complacently. It is a matter which ex perience has settled beyond dispute, that stilts that are not long enough to reach the arm pits are difficult to manage. When the boy shifted the foot rests up he lessen ed the length of stilt above them. The re sult was that the top of the shafts came only as high as his fifth rib, But he was very happy. As he rounded the corner a pedestrian accidentally kicked one of his stilts. The stilt shot out about five feet fiom its mate. This brought the upper ends toward each other, and they stuck into the boy's ribs on both sides. At this instant a close ob server might have noted upon the face of the boy an expression of apprehension, l which turned to anguish as he felt himself .a slowly but surely careening over back- T :ward,. He was helpless. HIs feet were far apart, and his sides were alamost pune- C tuted. Direetly behind tha og was. stand on whibch wae s.ut· p!led a nmt.icaily ina heap. The Italian who presided over a see the round 4 heavy -boy.< The Wynye's turned 4p&af#. , He . iA$ to nth. Ge Uh t a atte ein b t upon the apex of the mound of peanuts. At this moment the Italian sprang trom Iby his seat and poured forth hi.i entiments in liquid Tuscan, while he paddled the ba loon end of the small boy's tr,,-,er: with I11 the section of a stilt. But the bti. ie wnj t broken up for the day.-N. Y. Su,, Ir. ix ast en 116 at se, ix- MONTANA CATTLE CO)PANY. • w (Incorporated.) R. B. HARRISON, Pros, W. 1D. W)rEl, Trt a SL.A. WALKER, Secy. R. P. WA1,h :. olft. to Address of Comrpanv-iTel,,na, 1. T Address of Superit.tendm',-r. rctrIr. f. "1. R ange-North sido of lower c,.a River. le- Vent same on thigh. Cattle branded o on left side and hi,. If th at r1 1, r S.A.N1 ) CCO. - , J F. Taylor, ..gent. %- Address--Helena or Old Agency, 3M. T. Range--Between Teton and Marias P.ivers. (ho t teau county. .. Ear-markli-Crop and nalt overcrop In left oar. Calve, of the year ,879 and of succeeding years are t- branded only on left side. SHorses branded same as ca'tle on loft shoulder. Vent--ame as brand Inverted on left shoulder. d " t + SBenton & t. Louis Oatt e 0Co. y Paid up capital $500,000. Correspond Ls ence solicited. Also owners of brands: n on left side, - on right hip, it on left thigh, d H on left side. Ear mark--Both ears splli. e Range--Malaris Valley. Addreas-Fort Benton, 31.T. 1* , i i MONTANA CATTLE COMPANY. an (Incorporated.) lk R. B. HARRIsON, Pres. W. D. WHEELER, Treas L. A. WALKER, Secy. R. P. WALKER, Supt. as Address of Company-Helena. M. T. Address of Superintendent--Sun River, M. T. a Range--Sun River Country. Ear-marks-Half crop off right and upper bit h in left. Vent-Brand inverted on left side. le Owners of cattle branded and H-H 7 Horses branded I on left shoulder. he Vent same on left thigh. 1 to it - STEPHEN SPITZLEY. Range-Arrow Creek. Addresse-Fort Maginnis, M. T. is RIVE H SBlacmith Shop, COr. Power at Franskliu 8tt.. :9 n FORT BENTON, - MI. T. t. RUFUS PAYNE, e P e Proprietor -: o:- d HORSE-SHOEING AND WAGON ,t REPA.IELICTý,, h n BLACOKSMITHING In All Its Branches. e - Good Work at Reasong e able Prices. SISSOLUTION NOTICE. FoR BENTON, April, 4, 1883. f The firm of Stephen Spitzlaer & Co.. propri Mtrs of the Grand Union Hrotel, Fort Benton. M. T, is sthis day di solved by mutntI consent, Mr. Wms I. j 'ond retirinr therefrom. ThL brslness wi 1 be continued by Messrs. Stephen Spitz.ey and M. C. - Traver, under the firm namn of Spitzi-y t Tray ers, which flrma asum'es all the liabiirties of. and rnilecta all account, due the late firm of Spitaley a C.. 8. SPirZLST. W. w*n |b an. .lltled, thanklin his friends and sae r "a uatises and the public geereally tor the lib Sral patgegtiven. thelatefirm o Spitrteer S, tleset .pietasre in so!iciing - , conftlu Siuse ft~tdame or Mesilrs. Spio.l - k 7-t-~ v -Wx. a. Ten IRSE T5AKEN 1W: . F'!.~ii. ++/ ! ++