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More Specific Results Demanded of the Court. The Washington correspondent of the Tribune transmits the following: UNSATISFIED RESULTS. The Jeannette investigation will not down. The ghosts of the starved and frozen men who gave their lives at the far north still stalk, and seem likely to do so when the next Congress meets. The friends of Collins, dissatisfied with the privileges accorded them in the investiga tion, and the widows of the dead men, who have not been in any way provided for in their loneliness and want, will call upon the powers that sent their loved ones to that inhospitable region to perish, to grant them some recognition. "What will this demand be?" your cor respondent asked of a party here who is preparing to take charge of the matter before Congress. "The plans are not definitelytlaid," was the reply, "and of curse could not be all given to the public it they were. Collins' friends, however, are not at all satisfied with the way they were treated in the in vestigation, and they are determined to ask a thorough overhauling of the matter. Then the widows of the men who lost their lives there have had no recognition. They ought to be cared for by the government. I believe everybody admits that. Then there are many points of peculiar bearing that were not allowed to come out on the other examination. I know that to be a fact, for I sttended it daily and heard every scrap of the testimony. For instance, the fact that one strong, able and willing man was forced to walk behind the ship's com pany all the way down under arrest and not permitted to take any part in the work, when he might have been of material aid. Then there was a mysterious delay at Her ald Island not satisfactorily accounted for. Of course the navy people were willing to protect their officers as far as was reason able, and the result was that a good many points were passed over lightly which ought to have been brought out clearly, and might have made a great change in the general result." T.VLE5TLING IN IIOCHESTER. Dufur In tbe Match with Boss Wins Two In Three Falls and the $1,000 Prize. ROcHEsratR, April 2i.--A wrestling match for $1,000 atnd the Police Gazette medal, between Duncan C. Ross and H. M. Dufur, champion collar-and elbow wrestler of the world, took place here this evening, and resulted it a victory for Du fur. The Grand Opera House was crowd ed. The betting was in favor of Ross. Charles Perkins of ,this city was umpire for Dufur. and N. P. Wilbur, also of this city, for Ross. the referee was W. E. Harding. The first bout was collar and elbow, and was won by Dufur ic four minutes after one foul fall. The second botn. was catch as catch can, and lasted fourteen minutes, resulting in favor of Ross. The third bout was to decide the contest, and when time was called there was much excitement. The bout lasted five and a half minutes, and was won by Dufur. who threw his antagonist hbard. Richard K. Fox came on the stage and presented the money to the referee, who handed it over to Daufur. Both men wrestled well. Dufur won ap plause for his quick movements. Ross hung back and tried to tire out his an tagonist. Capt. James C. Daily telegraphed a challenge from New York to wrestle the winner, and Dufur accepted it. BOSf ONSi (IIAIPIPO 1N PPUGILIST. He Denies that he hat IIeamorrhage of the Luage. and says that he is All Right. BosToN, April 26.-I called on John L. Sullivan at his lodgings this evening. His powerful form was stretched at full length in bed, and there was nothing about his appearance that would indicate any ma terial loss of his muscular powers. His face showed no signs of suffering, and he seemed to be thoroughly enjoying a little rest and quiet. His bed was covered with sporting and other papers with which he was engaged when I entered the room. "I am all right," he replied in answer to a question as to how he felt. "There's nothing the matter with me. I shall be out to-morrow. That's all a mistake about the hemorrhage of the lungs. It was only from my stomach. I haven't been doing justas I ought-have been drinking too freely. Every man errs, and I haven't been taking care of myself." "What does the doctor say ?" "Doctor! Why, I haven't called a doe tor since Monday. Dr. Thayer was in yes terday, and pronounced me all right, I should have gone out to-day, but I am a little feverish from lying in bed, and want to be caseful." Further questioning could not make Sullivan acknowledge that he was fright ened when the hemorrhage first came on, but the fact that a priest was called proves either that he or the lady of the house, who, by rue way, Sullivan introduced as his wife, thought that his time had come. Among Sullivan's most bitter enemies (and they are not ta few, although they dare to say little) it ,is whispered that a slight touch of thejimjams wa- the only trouble with the champion, and that he had the story ot the hemorrhlage eirculat ed toserve a purpose. BIASOLUTION NOTICE. FOBY BEarTo0, April, 4, 1881. The fim of Stephen Spitzley a Co.. prrietrs of the (irand Union litel, Fort Bantou_, this day dissolved by mutars .oninet, Mr. Wa. I. Todd retiring therefrom. The bt nines willl be aontinued b YMersr. Stepbe pit.-ey and _. C. Traver,, under the firm name of Spi.aley & Trav ers, which irm assumes all the i oabiities.f. and ollects all accoaunts due the Ista firm of Spitalamy a C ... w. Tn.8 N. C. Tsavass. dtistlas hlis friends *ndso. -AND Blank Bod Ika nfactry , HELENA, - - M1PONTANA. This house is prepared to execute every thing in the line of Book Binding. Books and Blanks of all descriptions Ruled, Printed, Numbered and Bound to any desired order. All orders per mail receive prompt attention. GEO. E. BOOS, Helena, Montana. my97w SUMMONS, In the District Court of the Third Judicial Dis trict of the Territory of Montana, in and for the County of Choteau. JAMES McDEVITT, Plaintiff, Against, LouIs COBELL, Defendant, j The people of the Terzitory of Montana send greeting to the above named Defendant: You are hereby require t to appear in an action brought against you by the above named Plaintiff in the District Court of the Thiri Judicial District of the Territory of Montana, in and for the County of Choteau, and to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this Summons, if served within this county; or, if served out of this county, but in this District, within twenty days; otherwise in forty days, or judgment by de fault will be taken against you, according to the prayer of said complaint. The said action is brought to recover of you the sum of $180.10 and interest from March 1, 1880, due by you to plaintiff uponja certain promissory note describet more fully in the complaint on file herein; also to recover of you the sum of $15.00 due by you to plaintiff upon an account for a sad dle sold and delivered to you by plaintiff, as more fully appears by said complaint on file herein and for all costs of suit. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above required, the said plaintiff will take judgment against you for said sum of one hundred and eighty dollars and fifty cents and interest and also for the sum of $15.00 besides all costs of suit. Given under my hand and the seal of the Dis trict Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of Montana, in and for the County of Choteau, this 23d day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty three A. It. BEATTIE, Clerk. [seal] By CHAS. L. SPENCER, Dep. Clerk. Buck & Hunt, Plaintiff's Attorneys. , iT What the great re l storative, Hostet ter's Stomach Bit SELEBRATfE ters, will do, must F""- be gathered from what it has done. It has effected cures in thousands of se vere cases or dys pepsia, billions dis orders, intermittent fever, nervous afec tions, general debil ity. constipation, sickheada'he, men tal despondency, and the peculiar com plaints and disabili ties to which the STOMACH fe eble are so subject. For sale by all -1I druggists and deal ers generally. myS-tf SEASON '1883 I will have for service at umy ranch on Ilighwood, after May 10th, the following stallions: * Lord Clinton, Imported thoroughbred Clydesdalec Donnahugal, Thoroughbred (grandsou of Lexington.) EQUATOR, Pure bred trotter (grandson of Rysdyk's Hamiltonian.) Also a half-blood Clydesdale out of a Mor gan mare, and a thoroughbred Black Hawk Jack. For terms and full particulars apply at ranch or address . JOSEPH A. BAKER, Fort Benton, Montana. Pedigrees' of thoroughbred horses on exhibition at ranch. aprl6tf Registered Trade Marks MONOGRAM O. K. No.1. J, = ,Utso72 Pure Sour a shWhiskies, NELSON COUNTY, KY. Was'ai Amaocy: 220 N. Nain Street,St. Louis, No. This is to certify that I have madh an analysis of the O.'K. Whiskey' distilled by J. M. O'Dowasu.BA oB , and that I find the same to be of excellent quality, free from t~fll oil, or any deleterious substance. and well malted either as a beverage or for Medicinal use. E. S. WAYNE, 'Ph. D., Chemist. TOM J. TODD & CO. Are Sole Agients fbi Maontuna Goeeds sipped to parchasers direet fom our DIil. erle.s In Kntueky.or from our Warehouesla St. Imaos wlhmLnstroted by our Aget.s. JAB. X. O'DOZNZLL UB Pas.t re xwas, o Darranrs. Beware of Countertetto. K. Examine Government Stamp., with our naLme os CHARLES SERSHIAN, '4'·; · £N IL W BOOT and SHOE SHO P, FRONT ST., FORT BENTON, [TWO DOORS ABOVE OVERLAND HOTEL.] Made to Made to Order. Order. In the most substantial manner and fashionable styles. Neatly Executed. All Orders Promptly Attended to. HOLLAND & HACKEL je2Sd&wtf CHAS. G. GRIFFITH, C.E. E JOHN M. DlARSHs L County Surveyor. CRIFFTIH, MARSH & CO,, Civil all i i0g h 8ilelrs! U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYORS. OFFICE: Cummings' block,Bond street near Main. CRIFFITH & CALDWELL, CONTRACTORS Estimates and Da iwings, Irrigating, Machinery, Bridges and Earthwork. Special attention given to methods of water supply. ir Office in Cummings' Block, Bond stree near Main. (sepliSdft OCCIDENTAL Shaving Bathing EMPORIUM, FORT BENTON, - MONTANA. Hot and Cold Baths At all hours. Flesh Brushes, Sponges, Clean Towels and Soaps, with all the modern accommodations in bathing. BATH ........................ 25 Cents SALT DATH............ ........ 35 Cents We make shaving and hair cutting a specialty. Bay rum, clean towels and sharp razors, accom modating workmen. We hope customers will please give us a call. We will wait up:,n them in first-class order. J. M. ROSIER, Prop'r. (doStf) T.A CUMMINGS& CO FIRE AND MARINE INSUR ANCE, REAL ESTATE andm COLLECTING AGENCY. OFFICE: - - - Bond street, near Main. Benton, Montana. Policies Issued and Losses Adjusted. The following sound and reliable companies, be ing the best in the world, are represented by this agency: Scottish Union and National of Edinburg, Assets.... ....18000,000 Queen of Liverpool, Assets................ .............0,000,000 City of London, Assets..............................$10,000,000 outh British and National of New Zealand, Assets.........10,000,000 Phenix Assurance Co. of Lon. don, Assets........................$5,750,000 Hartford Ins. Co. of Connccti. cut, Established 1810; assete......$3,761,379 British America Assurance Co. of Toronto, Asseeets.........$2,000,000 Western Assurance Co. e. Tor, onto, Assets..........................950,000 Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford, cone., Assets..... $1,67843 Fireman.s Fanu Innsurance Co. of San Francisco, Cal., Established 1861; assets.............1250,00 Total assets............ ..................$79,88,2~S Special attention given to InsurmngZ Brewerys, Mill, Smelters, and Hoisting Works. Private Dwellngs and Farm Risks asspeoialty Money to loan on Improved Real Estate. Pre-emptors can get money, to prove up, on one to three years' time. Scrip locatable on unsmareyed lands ftrnished to parties on application, M heat cash price paid for Keagher and Chotesa coun Warrants. Mortgage Loans a 8peolalty. T. A. CUMMINGS & CO. febls-S2dtf O, ,HOMES, HOMS! A Rare Opportunity Is now offered for poor men to se~r residenees of their own. T MlIItB111111 ISlCiTIII Ofers for sale on longtime and Most Favorable Terms A St1-ROO0K FRAME HOUSE s·tnated o the conr tBRenton and Washington se. A~d Two TarEE-nooX BLe3 ROUSoE s.tE - ted anbhotenau .Stear LorrienL. Asociation also deufr to pe U3.t n rovd Lot. n all pawts of te cit ten. ii SPRING- OF 1882. P NEW DEPARTURE. ._. Finding that our rapidly inereasing sales are not allowing us to attend properly to all our former lines of trade, we have sold out our Hardware, Furniture and Queensware, and will confine ourselves to SGROCERIES, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Gents' furnishing Goods, Clothing, Wooden and Harness and Willow Wares Saddlery. We will also keep and . mentioia a falland well as- Iamong others sorted line of A 1ULUB i L the tamous BAIN WAGONS, CHAMPION MOWERS, MITCHELL WAGONS, CHAMPION REAPERS, MILBURN SPRING WAGONS, TIGER HAY RAKES, TOP BUGGIES, DEIDRICK HAY PRESSES, r Furst & Bradley BREAKING Furst & Bradley SULKY PLOWS. and STIRRING PLOWS Jerseyville SULKY PLOWS. 12 to 10 inch FANNING M LIJTs SCOTCH HARROWS. SPECIALTIES : LADD'S TOBACCO SHEEP DIP, SULPHURED. SCUTT'"S THREE STRAND BARBED STEEL WIRE. (Orders for the latter must be in by May 1st.) TENT AND WAGON COVERS, HIAND and MACHINE MADE, all size,. SVe will ship the largest and most complete line of Groceries that ever came to Fort Ilenton for that trade. We have made our requi. sition for Fancy Shelf Goods very elaborate, and will undertake to furnish anything in that line that may be called for. Oar fa. cilities for illing orders are greatly improved, and all orders will receive prompt and careful attention. Owning our own steamboat transportation we will lay our goods down in Benton this year at one and a quarter cents per pound from I Chicago and Mt. Louis, and we propose to give our cus tomers the benefit f this low rate in prices on our goods. Having gone out of the Indian Trading business we will devote ourselves to the trade of Farmers and ranchmen, to whom we offer special Inilacements. March 11 (. Ba .ker R 1 JOHN J. KENNEDY EDWARD KELLY. Centre Market! MAIN STREET, FORT BENTON, MOIN TANA. KENNEDY & KELLY, Proprietors. BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, FISH, GAME AND ICE. Vegetables and Fruit in their season We will purchase Beef and Stock Cattle, and are prepared to deliver them on board of Steamboats at Fort Benton, or at any other point on the Missouri river, either by the head or gross weight, at LOWEST rates. dtf KENNEDY & KELLY. j7 H McKrnmghtco. Post Traders, And Dealers in FORT SHAW, - M. T. We are in receipt of a large and complete stock of goods condastng of Dry Gooeeds, tions, Groceries, DrugsB oots and Shoes, Ctlth. ing, Hats and Caps, Hardware, Woodenware, Crockery, Harness, Wool Seeks and Twine, Tents, Wageo Sheets, AGRICUILTURAL IJPLMEENTS, ETC. WOOD's IMPROV SED OW1 ieS, aOO S SULKY PLOWs,, IMPROVED SULKY *AKES, and STUD&BAKER WAGONS. We ave os bed apd to arrive a larger stock tiba Bere. facndand Stockmean are o invited to examin ar gode 4 pr b pw f ii x: 1L188S. . , + : I E:. +.+. +.+i~ i..+++ ++++,+ :+ ...... :.+.++ ++ +++ + ..... , :.... + .:.:. .... . + ,++ +++.:+:+++++ :.+++:+ :+ + ,+ + 1883. 1883 T. C. POWER & BRO., Wholesale and Retail Dealers in DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTllN , IIATS AND CAPS, BOOTSAND SHOES, Centlemen's Furnishing Coods, Furniture and Carpets of all Grades, Fancy Staple Groceries, SHEEP MEN'S SUPPLIES, Wool Sacks, Sewing Twine Sheep Dip, &e. NOTE :-We are Territorial agents for Ladd's Sheep Dip, warranted to cure any case of scab in sheep. -. --c.o)- Wines, Liquors, Beer, Ale, Cigars and BAR SUPPLIES ! AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Wood's Reapers and Mowers, Hapgood Plows ! Twine Binders and Extras ! Hay Rakes and Gardening Tools, all of the Best and Most Reliable Makes. This yeta we will introduce the celebrated Guaranteed the best made Our stock in the above departments will all be complete on arrival of the first boats, and being selected wi.h great care and shipped direct from eastern markets, we will be better prepared than ever before to offer Inducements to the Wholsale Trade. All our goods are bought from FIRST hands and in large quantities, and we propose to give dealers the benefit of Low Prices and First-Class m4oods. We can furnish low figures on application on all kinds of Hardware, Glasswar Queensware and Woodenware. Inspections and Orders Solicited. T. C. POWER & BRO., Benton M.T. Overland Hotel JOHN HUNSBERGER, Proprietor FORQ T BE OI - - - - - -!O3N TA.1 - ov Hoiso, Nov Room Nov Fnrilar , Attllanve Waltoer Excellent Accommodations for Ladies and Families I UI UISELE.1VI S'TJOE rfTOPS IT THE DOo0 The Supprlor qccomnodtions and convenient location of the Overland make it the most delsable st ping plce in town for STMgB~OAT PASSENGERs. LUMBER AND SHINGLES ! BIG- CASINO Mills! Four Miles from Reedsport, Mont. Splendid Timber, FI ST-CLBBS MILL, Competent Workmen. HFAIR PRIOCXS I FUsll! ocl coiastlantll g 1d. DiofIoSn s tu0 tO Orf W. H WATSON. oz0. W. HIBULL3 A. A. MrTun GRAND CENTRAL InESTBORBNT f OPPOrrsTr TH COUrT HOUSE, BE1NTON, t MONTANA. Only First-Class Restaurant in the ity I Where Ev.ythiag in agsseo Can be Had. OPEN DAY NIGHT *o !tw ea~ k. Iw~ta~o r4;w. ) cp.L · FIRST NATIONAL BANK --OF Fort Beniton, M. T. -- CASR CAPITAL, (Paid up) 100,000 SIRPLUS, . 46,000 W- G. COMBAD, President, JOB. S. HILL, Vice-Prest. E. . MACLAY, Cashier. WE TRA rACT BANKING: BSINESS, W~ O~r~ !QPOUR