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THE COCHRANE RANCHE CO.
Addrcss--I. White, Fort Calgarry, N.,V. T.
Ear.ral;-k-Urndcrbit out of left ear.
Al-o owi.rs of cattle with double dew-lap on
,ie, k.
italrge.--l1'w d i ver. Northwest Territory.
hllorses bran~d',l aine ats cattle on left shoulder
Vent-I-orizonltal bar, thus -, across brand.
WVINDER &Co.
Range-Willow Creek, N. W. T.
Address-Fort McLeod, N. W. T.
This year's calves, double crank on left hip
and wattle on throat.
d A-L~JTDB co CO.
J. F. Taylor, .lgent
Address--Helena or Old Agency, M. T.
Range - Between Teton and lMarias Rivers,
Choteau county.
Ear-marks-Crop and half under crop in left
ear. Calves of the year 1880 and of succeeding
years are branded only on left side.
Vent-Same as brand inverted on left shoulder.
~V. II. IALi.NARD.
Address-Fort Shaw, M. 'T.
Range-North Fork Sun River, M. T.
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Mrs. ELIZA PHELPS.
Address- David S. Phelps; Utica, Meagher
oaunty, M. T.
Range-Judith Basin.
MONTANA CATTLE CO.
(INCORPORATED.)
JoHN T. MURPHY, Manager.
Organized, name and brand recorded in 1879.
Range-Muscleshell Valley.
Address-Helens an Martinsdale, M. T.
Mrs. ELIZA PHELPS.
Address - David S. Phelps; Utica, Meagher
county, M. T.
ltange-Judith Basin.
Mark--Wattle on the left rump.
Vent- - across the left hip.
No stock disposed of without being vented.
* B. D. :PIIXLLIPi.
Addres-a-Fot .c ;iatlon. TM. 'I
Range-Judith ltatan.
Ear-marks-stplit in left ear, piece of oftO. of
_ rb b ded P on rght thigh.
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 of
Heavy Underclothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mlittens, Socks, German Socks, etc., etc.,
At New York Cost Prices.
We do not believe in holding goods over. We therefore offer to the public the above inducements. Our winter stook must be sold.
THIS IS NO ADVERTISING DODE !
We mean business and will do what we say.
Call Early and Secure Good Bargains.
Orders by mail or express will receive prompt attention.
HIRSHBERC & NATHAN.
Front Street, - - FORT BETON, 1. T.
joaes ionad Cards.
OruaEC RH. BUCK. W. H. HUNT, JB.
BUCK & HUNT,
Attorneys and Counselors at Law.
FORT BENTON, - - MONTANA.
.i Special attention given to conveyancin g and
m girg out Homestead, Pre-emption, Tree Claims
and Desert Land papers.
J J Donnelly, F M Eastman.
DONNELLY & EASTMAN,
Attorneys at Law,
FORT BENTON, M. T.
Prompt Attention Given to Collections.
W. B. sETTLE. c. s. LYTLE.
SETTLE & LYTLE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW,
FORT BENTON, MONTANA.
Will practice in all the courts of the Territory.
buy, sell and convey Real Estate, Mining and
Town Property.
pCollections of all kinds promptly attended
JOHN W. TATTAIB,
ArTORNE AT LAW,
Fort Benton, Montana.
Conveyanclng a Specialty
Office at County Clerk's Office, Court House
ouilding. tsee h'wtf)
SHOBER AND LOWRY,
4ttorneys at Law and Collecting Agenh
fackson Street near Wood Street.
HELENA. M. T.
J. A. KANOUSD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
FORT BENTON, 1Y[. T.,
VOTARY PUBLIC AND JUSTICE OP THE
PEA CE.
OFFICE: MainStreet between Baker and St.
.ohn's Streets.
MASSENA BULLARD,
ttorntp oa u Udr atn a
Will 'racttce and Make Collections In all
parts of the Territory.
B. LEROY POWERS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Special attention given to collections. Will
practicein all of the Courts.
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Mc.H.McKAY,D. M.D.,
PHYSICIAN and BIURGEON,
All Clendenin and Barker District calls
promptly attended to.
(janlldwtf)
Auti! Auetion!!
GEORGE HOUK, Auotioneer,
POIT BENTON, HK. T.
Property of Every Deaocriptia sold to the
Highest Bidder.
By request of a number of the citizens
of Benton, and to fill a long-felt wanmt in
this community, Mr. Houk has taken ot
a license as
Prorfessiort Au&ctileewad
and will give prompt attentionto aiN tbsi
nets in this line.
Leave orders with ~4bei Sullivu, bhrneess.
maker, Front street.
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1B1 LARB0 BAY J ORSIAT RE7uL
"j One Iront.,v muTe. ' 0(d batyose w •i
an Ladtilea t- anud onsa uio-der. Ow~reca.
er im l b~rc aanrlq l~l~f:~rpn aIda
TONM J.TODD & COD
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
W/I NES, LIQ UORS,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
;'r WIISTI ES.
Hermitage, Lanhcaster,
McBrayer, Mellwood Rye,
Blue Grass, Blue Ribbon,O. K.
-. Anderson, 0. Horsey Rye,
Stag, Nelson, Reindeer, Magnolia,
Scotch and Irish Whiskies.;j "'
--Iaorted , Wines--and.-Brandies !
Guiness Stunts, Bass' Ale, Ginger Ale, Double Soda, Cider,
Mineral vwaters, Angostora Bitters, Hostctter Bitters,
ieed'S cktail bitters. Etc.
II Agents for Montana for O'Donnell's "Blue Ribbon O. K. Whisky." _.
Case Goods of all KinCor. Front and Baker Streets,
ase G0oods of all Kinds. Fort Benton, Montana.
I ,,m ml " ' lllI mm • i I II !
First National Bank
OF HELENA.
ORGANIZED 1866.
DESICNATED DEPOSITORY
OF THE UNITED STATES
Paid up Capital 88300,000
Surplus & Profits 203,476
" ASSOCIATED BANKS:
First National, Fort Benton, M. T.
Missoula National, Missoula, M. T.
First National, Butte, M. T.
Total Capital and Surplus, 2929,225.
8.T HAUSER..................'President
A. J. DAVIS ....................Vice President
E. W. KNIGHT ........................ashier
T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT ........Assistant Cashier
We transact a general banking business, and
buy at highest rates, gold dust, coin, gold and sil
ver bullion, and local securities; and sell ex
change and telegraphic t. ansfers available in all
parts of the United States, the Canadas, Great
Britain, Ireland, and the Continent.
Collections made and proceeds remitted prompt
ly.
Board of Directom.
S. T. HAUSER, JOHN CURTIN,
A. M. HOLTER, R. S. HAMILTON
JNO. H. MING, C. P. HIGGINS,
E. W. KNIGHT, A. J. DAVIS,
HENRY M. PARCHEN, T. C. POWER,
T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT.
people are always on the look
out for ehances to increase
their earnings, and in time be
come wealthy; those who do
not improve thiropportunities
remaln in poverty. We offer a
W I J great chance to make money.
We wast many men, women,
boys and girls to work for ns right in their own
localities. Anyone can do the work properly
from the start. The business will pay more than
ten times ordinary wages. Expensive outfit fur
niabed free. .No one who engages falls to make
money rapidly You can devote your whole time
1 to the w or only your spare mounts. Full
infrmatlon and allthat is needed sent free. Ad
dress STisoN & Co., Portland, Maine. [mrsTh
A wiek made at home by the 4tiga.tr
S ou. Best businss now before the pub.
lie. Capital not nealed. We will start
yea. Mo, women,bosand girls want
ed everywhere to work s Now is
the time. You cea work Ia e time,
or ogi u yurwehtimt ae i oe the business.
N-,vher bei ne will pay.-- o!esrl a.
'wel. e*. ,Jail to saskO eot pa y, en.9u
at e~gs ~Costly estat and terse t-s.'. ICozy
mad ,tad hooriably. 4ddress €'w Co.,
Augetia, al aprstf
j louse oReas
E~S5!!m*
J. R. Wilton,
ARHC ITECT,
CONTRACTOR AND
BUILDER!
FORT BENTON, M. T.
Will contract for brick or frame dwellings,
vourches, and public buildings. Plans and speci
dcations furnished and work executed in the most
satisfactory manner.
RIVE R
Blacksmith Shop,
OCr. Power & franklln Sts.,
FORT BENTON, - M. T.
RUFUS PAYNE,
Proprietor
--: 0 :
HORgE-SHOElNG AND WAGON
REP A mIaI1G,
BrIOESMITHNG _
SIn All Its Branches.
Good Work at Reason:
able Prices.
o bhn W. DeweyS
CIVIL CI lNEER.
\ RCHITICT
.... . e ;t : ..i ..ner
-- Birvyor (5
RI ~ -- AM*q
SNotice To Stockmen!
THE COOIRBANE RANCHCO.
Of Montreal and Bow River,
Will have another shipment of Thoroughbred Bulls
and some
CLYDE STALLIONS
For use on theirlRanch arriving in Benton about the
opening of navigation. The above company
will also deliver on reasonable terms,
at Benton,
Pure Bred Stallions and Balls of any Breed
That may be ordered in time to enable the same to be
purchased in time for shipment.
Parties in want of any of the above animals would do
well to communicate at once with the Manager,
as the facilities we have for purchasing
From the Best Herds in Canada and England
are unsurpassed on the continent.
Address
1IWAJOR JAMIES WALKER.
Manager Cochrane Co.,
Bow sRiver. Calsada.
anl Otf
HOTEL SALOON
.A3ŽTD
Billiard HallF
(Next door to Largent House,)
SUN RIVER CROSSING, M. T. 1
All the best and mostpopular brandsof
WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS AND
TOBACCO
Constantly on hand.
ASIBY & PARKIWR,
LIFE, FIRE, REAL ESTATE
COllen in genCy,
FORT BE1NTON, - 1M. T.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
of New York.
LIVERPOOL and LONDON'and GLOBE
and HOME, of New York.
ST. PAUL FIRE and MARINE,
of St. Paul.
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Probate.Notice.
In Probate Court, Choteau County, M. T. i
In the estate of W. W. Austin, deceased.
John H. Evans, Administrator, having this day S
made a ret ern of hlus proceedings in this Court in
relation to the sale of that certain property near
Fort Benton. M T., known as ,he Austin ranche, I
sold by him on the zd day of April, k. D. 1883, and
a hearing upon the said return of proceedings i
being a-ked f^r in the said return upon a day be
tore a regular term of his Court.
It is h reby or lered that Monday, the 23d day of Y
Aril, 1883, at 11 o'clock a m., at the Court room of
this Court, be fixed for hearing suaid return, when \
and where any person interested in said estate
may appear and file written objections to the
confirmation of said sale, and miy be hoard and
may produce witnesses in support of hisobjection.
JOHN W. TATTAN, Probate Judge.
Dated April 12,1883.
RE-OPENED!
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der the Management of
Mrs. Dena Murray.
0---
This old and always popular Bestaurant will be
re-opened to-morrow or next day under the
personal supervision of Mrs. Murray, and no
pains or expense will be spared to give entire sat
Isfaction to customers.
IBILS AT ALL HOURS,
Chops, Steaks & Cutlets
TO ORDER.
W" Everything First-Class. ..
vled in rarehgn an eomeincK arUeTao.
Registered Trade Marks
MONOGRAM, O. K. No. 1.
' y WBET scull
Pue SouL WhshWhkies,
NELSON COUNTY, KY.
WEsTERn AGrNY :
220 N. Main Street, St. Louis, Mo.
O1rON Ot01 AN ZMwll OCEYIBT.
This is to certify that I have made an analysis of the
"O. K. Whiskey distilled by J. M. O'DoNwIsu Bacs ,
and that I fld the same to be of excellent quality, free
from fusll oil, or any deleterious substance. and well
salted either as a beverage or for MPdhiD1Ul ue.
N. . wAYNa Ph.D.,, Che.st.
TOM J.T. TODD & CO.
Are Sole Ageustm fbr Mcontana
Nor kas e Sp ta Brand,
* Goeds shipped to prchasers direct from our Dist.
Irrles in Kentuoky, or from our Warehouses In St. Louis,
When Instruated by our Agents.
1AS, I. 0'DO LL a 301.
DUTT LLERS,
Beware of Counttelt 0. IC. Ewnflu.
Government s tae i, with our name a
barrels.
ato a s ig ig by,' go and
be ore yu tire;
l E S J s I subhlne to l eve
n ets ti `
JtiBder,1fy'o I
9~! I"sb~aC
FOUND DEAD IN MRS. CAR
MAN'S HUT.
The Fate of Young mrs. Smith of
Baldwins as Explained by
Physicians.
FREEPORT, April 26.-Dr. Geooge H.
Hammond, of this place, received a call
from Mrs. Margaret Carman, who lives in
an old-fashioned shingle-sided hut in a
swamp on the outskirts of Bald wins, at 5
o'clock on Tuesday afternoon. When the
Doctor reached the hut he found the dead
body of a young and handsome woman
stretched upon a dirty and dilapidated bed.
Mrs. Carman said that the young woman
was Mrs. Sydney S. Smith, and that she
had come to the hut to make a social call,
and while talking was seized with convul
sioas and fell on the floor. The Doctor
notified Coroner Cronin, who ordered an
investigation. Constable Wright was or
tiered to arrest Mrs. Carman in case she
attempted to leave her home. Drs. 11am
mond and D; nto.m im:0: a p'nt-:,rtem
examination of the body yes.erd;:y.
"When I discovered the body of Mrs.
Smith in the hovel," he said, my tir-t
thought was that her death was attributa
ble to Mrs. Carman Mrs. Smith went
from her grandfatherL's residenvce ill Qecan
ville, where she llvod with her young hus
band, on Tuesday afternoon.- She walked
through a chilling rain storm over muddy
roads all the way to Mrs. Carman's, a dis
tance of nearly three miles. When, in
response to Mrs. Carman's summons, I
arrived at the hut, I found that the young
woman had been dead nearly an hour.
Dr. Denton and myself held the autopsy
yesterday, and found the cause of death
plainly apparent. What Mrs. Carman
said about her dying in convulsions was
true, but the convulsions were brought on
by violence with instruments. The evi
dence against Mrs. Carman is strong. A
woman told me to-day that Mrs, Carman,
knowing the penalty of such practices as
she has committed, kept her instruments
concealed in the woods near her hut. Dr.
Denton and myself have suspected Mrs.
Carman for years."
After the autopsy the body of Mrs.
Smith was taken to Baldwins. The fu
neral occurred this morning from the First
Methodist Church, of which she was a
member. The church was crowded. The
body was interred at Rockville Centre
Cemetery. Mrs. Smith's maiden name
was Ella Morse. She was only 18 years of
age, and had been married two years. She
was well known in Baldwins and Ocean
ville. The coroner's inquest will be held
on Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
A reporter went to the hut of Mrs. Car
man to-night. It is in an isolated, swampy
spet, about two miles from this place. He
rapped at the door repeatedly, and peer
ing through a dirt-stained window, he
saw, by means of the dim light of a dirty
lamp on a corner bracket, a dingy, carpet
less room, with a few pieces of rickety fur
niture. Three ragged little boys appeared
from a strip of woods and approached the
hut. One of them shouted, "What do you
want there?" The reporter informed the
boy that he wanted to see Mrs. Carman.
"Mum's out," sa;d the boy. "She's
gone to Hempstead to see dad. Dad ped
dles tish. She won't be back till 'leven
o'clock."
The feeling against Mrs. Carman is
bitter in Freeport and Baldwins, and
threats have been made to burn down her
hut.
Kate Field and Her Banjo.
Miss Kate Fiel' since the wreck of the
Cooperative Dress A ;sociation, is disgust
ed with civilization, and well she may be,
writes a correspondent from New York.
There are some people who are inclined to
shrug their shoulders at her connection
with this unfortunate concern, and to say
it was merely gotten up by her for self
glorification and personal benefit. Of
course, it is only persons who do not
know Miss Field who have made such un
kind remarks. She believed in co-opera
tion, and still believes that, had the asso
ciation been properly managed, it would
have been a profitable experiment. She
is herself probably the heaviest loser by
its failure, as she from time to time ad
vanced the concern $17,000 from her own
hard earnings. Of this she may get back
60 per cent, or she may not. No one ever
worked harder than did Miss Field in the
interests of the association, and its failure
was as much a mortification as grief to
her. I met Miss Field the other day and
asked her what her plans for the future
were. She said she was going West to
grow up with the country, which I
thought not a bad idea. For some ten or
fifteen minutes she descanted eloquently
on the attractions to be found beyond the
Mississippi, and mentioned Denver par
ticularly as her spot. What she is going
to do when she gets to Denver I don't
know, but she said that there were a great
many bright and intelligent people out
there, particularly among the newspaper
men, and that the climate was unsurpassed
so she was going to take Horace Greeley's
advice and go West in May. Having re
marked that she believed it very injurious
to the eyes to read in the cars, I asked
how she was going to amuse herself du
ring this somewhat protracted trip, and
she replied, "By learning to play the
banjo." She is going to tike a finel nstru
ment with her, upon whose strings she
will pick ont plantat;on melodies as the
train whirls over the Iron road. I think
not only Miss Field but the passengers in
the car will find amusement in this banjo
playinig. They might organize an ama
teur minstrel troupe for the trip.
Probate Notice.
In the Probate Court in and for the county of
Choteau, 1 erritory of Montana.
Sthe matterof the estate of Elijah S. Kirkwood.
Noteie is here given that J. H. Rice, having
filed in this Coot a document pu'porting to be
the last will amd testament of Elijah S: Kirkwooa,
the ber.rn of welch has been I xed for Mond y,
the tlstday gf ol ay. A. a, , at 11 a m., in the
(~ouxrt ronther Qf n t fort, 5rton, in 5 ud r$
and 1Thriiory; aaiaI1st. jBR et interotted iaid
e-tate ale ntioded° the. and there to apear and
sh4w cause, I any there be. why the said will
s) uid not be ed.inirtef to Pro ate, and the said
lioe be at poi as maistr tor o0said es
fate. l ..e-°itb-'
MONTANA CATTLE COMPANY.
(Incorporated.y
R. B. HARRIsoN, Pres. W. D. WHEELER, Treas.
L. A. WALKER, Secy. R. P. WALKER, Supt.
Address of Company-HIelena, M. T.
Agdress of Superintendent-Sun River, M. T.
Range-North side of lower Sun River.
Vent same on thigh.
Cattle branded c on left side and hip.
MONTANA CATTLE COMPANY.
(Incorporated.)
B. B. HARnIsoN, Pres. W. D. WHEELER. Treaa
$. A. WA7JER, Secy. R. P. WA.LKER, Supt.
Address of Company-Helena, M. T.
Address of Superintendent-Sun River, 3M. T.
Range-Sun River Country.
Ear-marks-Half crop off right and upper bit
in left.
Vent-Brand inverted on left side.
Owners of cattle branded 7 and H-H
7
Horses branded X on left shoulder.
Vent same on left thigh.
'i
8 .11TD 8 d, CO.
J. F. Taylor, J~Kget.
Address--Helena or Old Agency, LM, T,
Range-Between Teton ann Marias Rivera. c(ho.
teau county.
Ear-marks-Crop and nall over crop in left ear.
Calves of the year ,&79 and of succeeding years are
branded only on loft side.
Horses branded same as cattle on left shoulder.
Vent-Same as brand Inverted on left shoulder.
Benton & St. Louis Cattle Co.
Paid up capital $500,000. Corresponds
pnce solicited. Also owners of brands;
Z on left side,
on right hip,
on left thigh,
H on left side.
Ear marks-Both ears split.
Ran ge-Marias Valley.
Address-Fort Benton, 1. T
SEASON 1883
I will h ve for service at my ralnchll on
Iighwood, after 1May 10th, the following
stallions :
Lord Clinton,
Ilnporltcd thoroughbred Clydesdale.
Donnahugal,
Thoroughbred (grandson of Lexington.)
EQUATOR,
Pure bred trotter (grandson of Rysdyk's
iHamiltonian.)
Also a half-blood Clydesdale out of a Mor
gan mare, and a thoroughbred Black ,
IIHawk Jack.
For terms and full particulars apply at
ranch or address
JOSEP i- A. BAKER,
Fort Benton, Montana.
Fedigrees of thoroughbred horses on
exhibition at ranch, aprl6tf
S C. ASHBY'S
Life Fire Real Estate and
Collecting Agency.
OwFICE: Main St.. Helena, M. T.
POLICIES ISSUED AND LOSSES ADJUSTED
AT THIS OFFICE WITHOUT ADDITIONAL.
COST TO THE INSURED.
The rollowing sound and reliable Comp
anies are represented by this Agency:
IUTUAL LIFE INSURANX E CO,
OF NEW YORK.
Cash Assets, $88,000,000
FIRE OOMPANIES
AXERICAN CENTRAL INs. Co. Of
St. Louis, Mo., Cash Assets $ 802 114
CONTINENTAL INs. Co. of N. Y. 3 327 772
Hoxz INs. Co. of New York 6 390 352
MERCHBTS INS. Co. Of St.
Joe, Missouri ............... 365 773
PnossXz itaws. Co. of Brook
lyn, N. Y ................... 2 73 6564
SCOTTISHf COYMMRCIAL Ixs. Co.
of GlascoW, Scotland. U. S. B. 876 744
Sr. JO, F & M. L.rs. Co. of
,+. PacL F. & M. Xs. GCo. of
4'. Taul Minn.. ................... 41' 1
Total...........***..$. #0.4 16 646 944

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