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HAR. r R'S MAGAZINE.
I ILLTSTiE R A.TEKD. Ii r .jiu:'e,J..irgta;zfin' begisl; its sixty-sixth vol umni with the I),ceumber Number. It is not only the most popular illustrated peridoical in America andl Eugland, but also the largest in its scheme, the lost beautiful in iti appearance, and the best magazine for the home. A new novel, entitled *'For the Major," by COaSTANCE FENIMORE WOOL eON, thel author of "'Anne," was begun inthe No vember Nunber. In literary and artistic excellence the jtaydazene improves with each sucesaive num ber. Special efforts have been made for the light er enteriainient of itareaders through humorous stories, sketches, &c. HARPER 'S PERIODICALS. Per Year: 11AR'PElR' MAGAZINE ...............$4 00 HARPER'S WEEKLY ............... ..4 00 IIARlER'S'BAZAR ......................... 4 00 The TIIREE above ;publications............ 10 00 Any TWO above named........... .........7 00 HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE ................1 50 HARPER'S MAG.\ZINE IARI'E'' YOUNG l'EOl' E ..... ..... ..500 11 AItPEIt'S FI:A N KLIN SQUARE LIBRARY, One Year i52 Nu bers) ...............1000 Postage Free to all subscr,ibers in jthe Utaittd States or Canada. The volumer of the Magazine begin with the Numbers for June and December of each year. When no time is specified, it will be understood that the subscriber wishes to begin with the cur rent Number. The last Eight Volumes of Llarper's Magazine, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of $3 00 per volume. Cloth Cases, for binding, 50 cents eace-by mail, postpaid. Index to hIarper'a lagazine, Alphabetical, An alytical, and Classified, for Volumes 1 to 16, in clusive, fn)m June, 1850, to June, 1880, one vol., 8ro, Cloth. $4 00. Remittances should be made by Post-Office Money Order or Draft, to avoid chance of loss. N.ewspapers are not to copy this advertisement wuiihout the exprezs order of 1HABIPR & BRoTHERS. Address HARPER & BROTIIER, New York. Terms to ~Iall Subscribers. The several editions of The Sun are sent by mail, postpaid, as follows: DAILY-55 cents a month, $6.50 a year, with Sun day edition. $7.70. SUNDAY -Eight pages, $1.20 a year. WEEKLY-$1 a year. Eight pages of the best matter of the daily issues; an Agricultural De partment of unequalled merit. market reports, awd literary. acientiflce, and domestic intelli Snee make The] Weekly eun the newspaper t,r the farmcer's hous'hold. To clubs of ten with $10, an extra copy tree. Address I. W. ENGLAND, Publisher, Tne Sun, N. Y. City 1883. Harper's Bazar! Tr.T',TTTSTR IATE D. This popular journal is a rare combination of literature, art and fashion. Its stories, poems and assays are by the best writers of Europe and America; its engravings possess the highest artis tic excellonee: and in all matters p rtaining to fashion it is universally acknowledged to be the leading authority in the land. The new volume will contain many brilliant novelties. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. 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 HARPERt,S YOUNG PEOPLE HARPER'S FRANKLIN SQUARE LIBRARY, One Yoar, (52 uumbers)... ........ 10 00 Postage Free to all subscribers in the United States or Canada. The volumes of the Bazar begin with the Erst Number for January of each year. When no time is mentioned, it will be understood that the sub scriber wishes to commence with the number next after the receipt of Lrder. The last Four Annual Voiumes of H rper's Ba zar, in neat cloth binding will be sent by mail, postpaid, or by express, free of expense, provided the freight does not exceed one dollar Cr volume, for $7 per volume. Cloih cases for each volume suitable for binding will be sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt on of one dollar each. Remittance should be made by Pustoflce Money Order, or Draft, to avoid chance of loss. Newspapers tre not to copy this advertisement without the express order of HARPER & BBOs. Addrees, HAIPER de BROS. New York. E press Wa on No. 44! C s. endall, Prprietor, WILL ALWAYS BE FOUND READY Co do hauling of all kinds at reasonable rates. Stand in front of Kennoly & Kelly's Centre Mar ket, Slain street. Orders left on slate will receive prompt attention. ivy8dwtf -OF Fort Benton, -- Montana. JUSTIIS FlY, PROPRIETOR My new gallerybeing now opened, I beg heavy to announce to Benton public that I a readd to make any kind of views at Helena pries. an - will guarantee my work second to none in the Tr, itory. A elondy day makes no difference to mer I wlf auggnt, however, that mother's bring thei4 babies fo s.ttin between the hours of 1ens one. jX apparatus for taking Bfalding & Scenery Views is MOrT CoMPI.W L 50AWu8 MAIf STaEET, - BE 0 KOxM. T War IO.4tt STRAYED OR hTOLEt. One Bay Pinto Mare branded 69 on left hip. Mao one Yetarting Pinto Mare Colt, no brands. When last seen they were i the vieksity of Boen 4lat fall. I will give $Ij for the recovery of teanimals or for any intfaf ton that may ihad Is recove. Cat on raj;:d • or J J. BRB LYWrt Be Bo . " + + + " ++ 1 . rv'+ .i++.+ SADDLER Y. COW BOYS' HEADQUARTERS! STOCK SADDLES TO ORDERi ~him e. Fine Harness tentiarysaddle From the following trees: HAND-MADE ! SHalf-Breed, Solid Fork, Montana Stock, Vasika, Lehman, Texas Iron Fork, Tea' Hmss of All raes Still, Love, Ferseike. TO ORDER ! Chaps made to order from best quality of calf Buggy an' Team Whips, skint! Quirt's liackamore Reatas Spanise Martingales, Half- HORSE CLOLIING, Breed Bits, Inlaid Spurs, Cantenas, NOSE BAGS, SWEAT PADS! Cartridge Belts . All Work Warranted, and Hand-Made! SATISFACTION CUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED. JOE SULLIVAN, FRONT STREET, . - - - FORT BENTON, M, T. T. E. COLLINS, L. H. HERSHFIEl 1, CHAS. E. DUra, A. HERSHFIELD, Fort Benton. Helena. BANK it OF NORTHERN MONTANA We Transact a General Banking Business. ep current accounts with mercnants, stockmen and others, subject to be drawn against by check without notice. WE BUY NOTES AND PAY INTERES7 ON TIME DEPOSITS d Make loans of money secured .. personal en dorsement. Webuy and sell exchange on e the commercial centres of the United e States. We will give Special Attention to the Business of Northern and Central Montana, will make such loans to stock men ana far o era as are suited to their requirements. Local Securitie a Secialtv, O Collections and all other business entrusted to will receive prompt and careful attention. COL INS. DUER & CO. o THE SUN. NEW YORK, 1883. e More people have read The bun during the year just now passing than ever before since it was first printed. No other newspaper published on this r 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 others: Because its new columns present in attractive form and with the greatest :possible accuracy whatever has interest for humankind; the events' g the deeds and misdeeds, the wisdom, the philoso phy, the notable folly, the solid sense, the improv ing nonsene--all the news of the busiest world at present revolvi og in space. V Because people have learned that in its remarks concerning persoi.s and affairs The Sun makes a practice of telling them the exact truth to the best t of its ability three hundred and sixty-five daysin the year, before election as well as after, about the whales as well as about the small fish, in the face of dissent as plainly and fearlessly as wnen 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 good. Because in politics it has fought for a dozen years, without intermission and sometimes almost alone among newspapers, the fight that has re suited in the recent 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 arock for the interests of the people against the ambition of bosses, the enroachments of monopolists, and the dishonest schemes of public robbers. All this is what we are told almost d'dly by our friends. One man holds that The Sun is the best religious newspaper ever published, because its Christianity is undiluted with cant. Another holds that Itt las the best Republican newspaper printed, because it has already whipped half of the rascals out of that party, and is proceeding against theother half with undiminished vigor. A third believes it to be the best magazine of general liter ature in existence,because its readers miss noth ng worthy of notice that is current in the world of bought. So every friend of The 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 " that in 1888 it is a little better than ever before. If you do not already know The Sun, you will find it to be a mirrorof all human activity, a storehouse of the choicest products ofcommonsense and im agination, a m tay for the cause of honest gov ernment, a sentinel for genuine Jeffersonian Demo cracy, a scourge for wickedness of every species, and an unoommonly good investment for the com ing year. ADELAIDE STOCK FAAR Lake Pak. N. P. Ri. R. Mwert Hors Caftle! Sitrepskhre Sheept! My herd of high-bred Short Hlorna now contalas ntasmsome 70 Iamals moetly Bws Bates. Have for| tsale a nhoce lot of young brlls and heifers all by this hmportesdpre Oxford Geneva ( .) TI. grand breedan ball took sswepstaksrie as yeasrling at thePhiladelphia Ia tional Lxhibl lon andWill serve a limited naumber of approved cows outside my herd. Cataogue on aplication. Have a few highgirade Shropabit. lambs forsale now coing inad am booking orders at4Oper pair Ill. IE. dNGLEMBIBONNER. aprSadwtt • . . .~ --. r,,, - ..,.., ...= Washinmton Bewery. eleatnstra,Oppoam aroadway, helena, : L T. WIt ~EDS, i-Q-tTOr JOHN T. MURPHY. E. G. MACLAY. W. W. HIGGINS. MURPHY, MACLAY & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS If% GROCERIES, Wines, Liquors and Cigars. HARDWARE! Iron and Steel! Miners and Blacksmith Tools, Iron Roofing, SCUTT'S FOUR-POINT BARBED WIRE, TIN WAR E, 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, Harrows, Drags, Plows and Wagons, and the genuine SINGER SEWING MACHINES. 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 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 waukee Beer. 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 cloest competition. Don. Don fall to come and see us when you visit Benton. Murphy, Maclay Co. PREMIUM PICTURES PREMIUM GAL LE RY! ELaU1am moenrraNA MADAME M. H. ECYKERT, Proprietress. ! m.P*sum euGAI*LarY as su Flrt Prze of Exclpo KEENAII& PAYNE, House and Sign PAINT ERS Grainiug, PAPKR.ING GA D S arS Pasta absee. ta way m1 1tEr gb 'SO" o grapitr M$4uts ~-~~pw sriiL ·-ii Bakery and RESTAURANT! CHOICE Wines and Liquors CONSTANTLY ON H AND. Open Day W Night. CHUNG KEE, Proprietor. UND ERTAKING. Pe't;r S izn.t11;', Carpenter -A1Y~ "D - Builder ! -0 Has shipped from the States and will keep con stantly on hand a variety of Burial Cases, " which he is now prepared to furnish at short notice. Carpenter Work, Jobbing, Etc., Etc., Etc., 21 Promptly attended to. .g augSdawtf $4-00 Contact Before tle Snow Flies The undersigned has engaged alarge force of men to get out coal from the well known WHOOP-UP MINE nd will deliver it at the mine f r $4.00 per ton. Now is the Time To contract while the rmaads are good and freight rateslow. This is the only good coal yet discovered in the Northwest Territory. Mse t . SEI-ERON* sepP3dwtt T. G, SALISBURY. W. T. ROLPH.' W. P. WASHBURN. Salisbury, Rolkh & Co., Manufacturers of ~ir, Htus, Wool & Excelsior litresses. Dealers in all kinds of Bedding and Curled Hair. 03 Main Street South, E. D. Minneapolis. A. B. KEELER, Agent, BENTON. PARK BLACKSMITH SHOPI Corner Baker and Franklin Ste., Fort Benton, Montana, F M. LEPPER, Pro. Blacksmithing and. Wagon Repairing. All work intras.eato me will be done in the most thorough and workman-like manner. Livery, Draft, Saddle Horse and Mule Shoeeing. *pswraw MANN'S RANUH ! On The Road to Barker ! Withn one Day'. Drive of BENTON OR TiE MINES I Isaeaveniav t uiaddelightulht ppping place. The fe.t oefAtcomamodations ebW anm and seat -At Rha onable Prices. rNe Fw Jerry Boat! EmbramlJS; Alyi romtltbO Cltr r St. AUOS MISS RI Sone SLYNCl, *II °-" F: ' " J., + " . ..+J + mI 1rz : < + + ' ++++ H. J. WACKERLIN. T, C. POWER &t R'. I. G. BAKER &. CO. H. J. WACIKERI I CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN Hardware, BAR IRON AND WAGON TIMBERS, Horse-sho and Nails, Tinware, Stoves, Queensware, Glassware, Tin Roofing and Sheet Iron Goods of Every Description. Charter Oak and Acorn Cooking and Heating Stoves. The Celebrated WESTMINSTER and GARLAND Soft Coal Base Burners. THE BEST AND ONLY SUCCESSFUL BASE BURNERS IN USE. Our stock of Queensware is the largest and most complete ever brought to Montana and comprises every article required by hotels and families. PLAIN AND FANCY TOILET, DINNER AND TEA SETS Of every style and quality. Genuine Cut Glass Bar Tumblers, Plain and Faacy Goblets for family and hotel use. Our Wagon Timbers are of the Best Seasoned Hard Woods, and consist of all woods used in building a d repairing wagons, carriages and buggieb We have complete stock of TIN GOODS! Including Tin Roofing, Gutters and Pipes, and will contract to do all kinds of roofin repairing, etc. Tin goods of every desctiption MADE TO ORDER on shor notice and at reasonable prices. We propose to keep one of the largest and best supplied establishmentsof the kind in Montana Territory and will spare no pans or expense to give ENTIRE SATISFACTON TO OUR PATRONS. New Store ! New Goods! NICK MILLEN, - - HELENA, MONT., Has the Largest and Best Selected Stock of Boots anil Shoes, Slippers Rubber Goods, Etc. Ever brought to the Territory, and Is Selling at BOTTOM PRICES ! HI tHaving 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. Mail Orders will receive Prompt Attention. NICK MILLEN, w 8m8 MAIN STREET, HELENA, MONT B l VNNTER, MCCULL(H I POST TRADERS, Fort Assinaboine, M. T. BRANCH HOUSE, CONNECTION,. C.A.Broater & .Co., , pOSTadaTR, KeRSa I C Wholesale & Retail Dealers, POST TRARS, Wildle'l Lausi ,,, ' , T. FORT MAGINNIS, - - . T. CARRY A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF all Iorchliaso Domaied by Trte of the Triery0. apl2dhwtt s'ta1sbli-h.e 1873. HImillio & lizit1, OLD AGENCY, - M. T. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE We have just received a full and complete assortment of Geeaies. Dry Goods, 1othin 1 O(lithrnia Blankets, Boots and Shoes, Hats an. d Capo, Queenswa e, .ardwaLr Drug, Notlonm, and Toys. Ca. aed Za .es se our es and Prites before per ch.elg £eaOseAere. The Afghet Isnrket Prfce p.M for SLc bes B ada<. 'Peltr1ie t3EiSL1TTO11 MIK DAIRY P PVItLrox xvaRIr P ai , ZplW X Wr·1st TAKE ITI READ IT! TIs fu1yE PinrPrPins YAMit. the remu l Yassaur a massonse KARUTI ADA961 . esaWaIbm sth 'Only', $.k16 Per Win.m. a for ampl Co.:p . A&r as