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Condensed Telegrans.
The Brooklyn bridge was lighted by
electricity Saturday night, and presented
a brillaint appearance.
Hughes, general store and several other
buildings at Courtright, Ont., burrel.
Loss 30,000; partly insured.
Willard Fuller of Cleveland, pitcher in
the Technical School mine, had a leg bro
ken in a game of base ball at Worche.ster,
Mass.
Clifford L. Mai;e" ' ho-e bride ' a
drowned in tht- u ani:,g of the Icto -i
Granite State, it is feared will bcom' in
sane.
The M'gt`; . : -'., . : gr t.i R
ture, at Mt. Aust:eId. Q ..'.. , ibur'.e ." t
urday. Los,, aboutl $61,000; in-uranIce.
$14,000.
W m ('",-i - .x- ,,.. . .. * of the C-traqb,
Central r.:, a ,. i *, '.t i'C r+i -
ceiver oif lte t i. L'.Alrelce & Ottawa
Railway Company.
The critmial court n I Men phiti has de
clared the law agains5: gambhling in that
state valid. Thel ,se is been alCeal0d
to the supreme cot'trt.
There , as an ,,xtesc-iv,' eave near Ra
ven Rum, Pa , taking in nearly two acres
of the surface. Passengers on the Le
high Valley railroad h'vd to be transferred.
At Atlanta, Ga., Mrs. Dr. Ridley, daught
er of the late Senator Hliill, jt. 1ped f'r, m :,
run away buggy and received itnjurie f.rout
which she is not expected to recover.
Winm. Mckee, a wealthy farmer living
five miles east of Sturgis, Mich., was ar
rested at Lima, Ind., on Thursday, charg
ed with attempting to poison the family
of his son-in-law by pouring paris green in
the well.
At St. Ignace, Mich, Winm. Simmons, ex
press and train agent of the Detroit' Mar
quette & Mackinac railroad, suieided by
cutting his throat in a frightful manner.
His family resides at Marquette. HIe was
Insane.
Congressman Nicholas Muller has been
appointed forwarding agent of the emi
grant department of the Delaware, Lacka
wanna & Western railroad at New York.
Mr. Muller hrs had many years experience
the business.
Howard S. Ingersol has brought suit
against the New York Sun to recover $90,
000 damages. That paper contained article
giving the particulars of an alleged assult
on plaintiffby a woman, who horsewhip
ped him for insulting her.
Antonio Samboro of New York, aged 15,
charged with abandoning his wife, told his
story in court. Samboro was compelled to
marry by his wife's brother, who threat
ened to send him to states prison, alleging
seduction. The Court discharged Sam
boro and reprimanded the brother.
Oliver Belmont, younger brother of con
gressman Perry Belmont, stated that he
had not separated in Paris from his wife
Oliver Belmont arrived in New York Sat
urday. His wife, formerly Miss Whitney.
and her mother preceded hint about a week
ago. He will join them in Newport.
The Governor of New York has vetoed
the so-called Paige saving bank bill, en
larging the sphere of investments. The
Governor says the rej3olute safety of the
principal deposited is what the patrons of
savings banks should seek, and any gov
ernmental control over these institutionL
should first of all be directed to that end.
The Hero of Eiglty Pairof Trous
ers.
Eighteen or twenty years ago, whi:t
Charles Francis Adams was our Minister
at the court of St. James, a rtory came u
from Oxford that a young American stu
dent there needed the presence of his friends
and upon the dispatch of a relief corps, i!
was disevered that a young American in
the case had got into a fix, which made ii
necessary to have a "marshalling of hi
assets," as the lawyers say. An inventory
was accordingly taken, and it was fou.li
that his entire available resources at that
moment consisted of eighty pairs of trous
ers. Our solemn old public servant in
London is said to have been intensely
amused at the report which was made to
him, and to have remembered it for a
long time afterward whenever, as so .fre
quently it was the case, it was reported to
him that some American citizen was in
need of help.
Well, the hero, or rather the proprietor,
of this remarkable collection of panta.loots
had done nothing to disgrace himanelf.
and there is no larlm in telling tile slot:y
now that he has become the no.-t b: illi:in
and one of the best remunerated writers onT
the New York press. His namte is 1. W,.
Hazeltine, and he gets $175 every week
for doing much of the bost work Ihas is
done on the .ew Yori -Sun. As a literary
essayist anid reviewer he is unequaletl
among American journalists since the
death of Ripley, of the' Trbune. fHis
leaders on American and foreign politics
are as able as they are interesting --r Wash
*tgton Capital.
NOTICE 'TO SEILDEBS AND
ICONTRACTOB ¶. .
('R~rE:ttr CouvrY,)
MOrTANA& 'fER1UITORY,
OQFF1IQ R.TE (IOU-TY CLERK.)
Frtmt BnofofM. T.., May 9th, 1883.
P opoiftit for- the erection of a Court
House, at: Fort Benton, will be received at
tiso [email protected] until the 15thi:r lay of June,: A.
P., 1883., 1Iauand Opeoificittions wFthe
building eaunbe seen a$ this Of:e,. .'ie
right to, ejoet any and .all bidsia r e.re v.
Bldgers gift to fwqredtourithi fladA
to the amount of $1,560.
By order of thie' eoard of County, CPio-r
a {/ nersF. F .iEPB , a
county Cle m: 777 7
IDC~asb r .lb3-as
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BELLE IOOREHEAD FLOUJ.
I. G. Baker & Co. introduced this popu
lar brand of flour in Montana in 1876, and
have handled it ever since. This year by
buying 10,000 sacks they control the brand
for Northern Montana, and are'selling it
exclusively. and at a lower price than it was
sold last season. When you want the best
flour ever shipped to Montana ordet B.lle
1Moor'lhea'l from. I. G. BAKER & CO.
Notuce.
'wi ic i- ertb'v ,:ien, that f'crom. th e
dat', Iot p' -i it or 'erenI 1 l:l h"1 ;i.' "
ca *4l nor l1lutrres.it wi h we, in :t1ty iiiin -
i!,g l*4 t "lonI!s I ll t' by i n', in1 the fIltl r'.
A Il (.ti ..-',, . " ,ott y
1~.~-. -A O 1883
ST A L I () N S.
The ta ow:- g hi l irtd tro.;tin and unning
eta lb n- wi'i meak- the,, ,no.n,, f 183S a: %U.%
IRIVEI.i., 141\ .- A' A:
PROSPECT
Color-)Dark bay: .n s hind foot wh.te, small
staron forehead. whit- snipon nose; stands six
teen hands high, weighs 1200 pounds; sired by
Blood Chief. dlam Susan Jones (pacer). by Ash
land Mambrino. son of Mambriuo Chief. Fee,
$30.00 season.
GREAT WESTERN.
(This horse was formerly known as Knox,)
Color-A rich seal brown, tan flanks and muzzle;
stands seventeen and one half hands high, weighs
1400 pounds. Sired by General Knox; dam, the
Childs mare; breeding unknown. Fee, 120.00
season.
ROYAL CHARTER.
Color-BrIght bay: fouled 1R81; one hind foot
white to fetlock. small star in forehead; stands flf
teen and one half hands high. Sired by Consul by
.Almont. damn by Cummings' son of Henry Clay.
Terms private. Limited to ten mare9.
ALL DANCE.
Color-Bay; foaled 1881; star and small strip in
forehead, both hind and one fore feet white to fet
c-k. Sired by Sun Dance by War Dance. he by
Lexington; lrst.dasn Idlewild. Terms private.
Limited to five mares.
NORMAN.
This Norman stallion is six years old, stands
seventeen high, weighs 1650 noun is; color dark
iron gray, and is every way a finn representative
ýpecim'en of the breed. Fee, 12O.OO season.
All mares not proven with foal can be returned
next season or a substitute free of charge. Mares
kept at reasonable rates Accidents and escapes
at ownes" risk, but goo i care will be taken to
prevent the same.
SEASON COMMENCES MAY 1st
And ends August 1st.
For further information apply to
ROBERT VAUGHN,
Pua a River, j1. T.
nim21tl
Sheriff's Sale.
In the District Court, County of Choteau, Terri
tory of Montana.
f Timothy E Collins, Plaintiff,
Against
Charles E. Conrad, Administrator, et al.
To be sold at Sh.ri;ff's sale on the 20th day of
.Tune, as3, at F>-rt , euton, Nvontana, in front of
the court house. hECnaD building) at publir uc
ion I, thii hi. he-t bidde . f.r - -h the following
properly: Lots ,umb.ib ed venteen (171 .-L.
- eighteen [ 5 in block runlber ;our of the town of
Fort r-nton, Ioy¢etherwith the buildings thereon,
a laree two-rt rv brick : aihing, recently built,
containing 7ro ms suitab e :or offices or'amily
,perlime,,te: a - a arae log warehouse cl -se to
I' -tamtoat ian.. ,g- and well located for business
iurposes.
JAMES \cDE' ITT.
Sheriff o' Choteau Co
By 1 u O. J. IJ. IEALY, Under Sheriff.
my2,w5i
1883. DIREOTORS. 1883.
.W Knight, S. P.LTrounse, Aar nHershfleld,
a:r ci- Pope, B. i- Tatem W. A. Chessman.
'. C. o -tier. A. J. Davidson, Timothy Wilcox.
TIE F(..URTEENTH ANNUAL
EXHIBITION
-iF TIE
)L.tiiana Agricultural Mineral
at. Mlechanical Association,
Jil|t.he helt at Helena. Septenmber
3d. 4 hi, 5thl, 6Lthith amid 8th, 1883.
BACiNG EACH DAY OF THI FA/I.
A neat Ipamithlet of sixty-four pages containing
Pr-rn -io ist, Racing Programme, and othdr in
.ormation of interest to exhibitors and visitors,
I1i' he nailed to any addresi furnishedtothe
- cretarv. . II. CROUU SE. Preedent
" RANCIs POPl, Secretary. my26tf
MARINE
INSURANCE.
GEO. B, PARIKER,
Beatom, Montana.
my218m
DR. GOODRICH,
AT THlIS ROOM.c ItN TILE CIOTKE4 r.HOUl .
1- now, prepjared to execute dental work
i o;ur orogl y workmanlike manner, and
atiiasonable prices.
s : :eitdfen e for Sale.
The undersigned offers for sale his new
re-ieirnte ona Washington str~o esttrIg
,$1,400 at $1,100. The house Wast built in
the lest of styjea .fall, and lathed and
Ifplastered and in the .matter of location,
4.,>i a. most tesirafleprep t '.
Sto .are Bfor 8: t
e unle n l o er a u s
BOOT and SHOE
8 HOP,
FRONT ST., FORT BENTON,
[TWO DOORS ABOVE OVERLAND HOTEL.]
Made to Made to
Order, Order.
In the most substantial manner and fashionable
styles.
R ri.A.IR Il-G
Neatly Executed.
All Orders Promptly Attended to.
HOLLAND & HACKEL
jeS8d&wtt
CHAS. G. GRIFFITII C.E. J HN M i. :eA1nH,
Count, Su.rv-yor.
ChIFFTIH, MARSH & C ý.,
lifi a10l Iitillg gillnier8s!
U. S DDPUTY MINERAL
SU VLY E t Y ?S.
OFFICE: Cummings' block,Bond street near Main.
CRIFFITH & CAL~DWELL,
CONTRACTORS
Estimates and Di awwings,
Irrigating, Machinery, Bridges
and Earthwork.
Special attention given to methods of water
supply.
i Office: Front street, belweeu raker and
Power sts. (sepi8dtf)
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 upon them in
first-class order.
J. M. ROSIER, Prop'r.
(dcStf)
Gto. W. BULLETT A. A. MARTIN
(Late Chief Cook at the Grand Union Hotel.
GRAND CENTRAL
RESTAURANT
(Next door to the River Press office.)
BENTON, : MONTANA
Noted for its Tasteful Elegance, superior Ap
pointments, and a Cuisine unsurpassed by any in
the city. Families can have their meals ordered
from the Restaurant.
Dinner Parties and Receptions
served in the Restaurant and supplied at short no
keep open day and night.
A First-"lass Bar Attached.
When you visit Benton dine at the Grand Cen
tral. the ONLY First-class Restaurant in the city.
BULLETT * MARTIN.
Proprietors.
en99rtt2
ARCADE
A ND
Lunch Ronom
JOrN KLEBER, Proprietor.
Front street, rear of Atlantic saloon, adjoining
Joe 8ullivan's harness manufactory.
Oper Day and Night.
Meals at all Hours.
Best Table in the city
.1lU the luxuries of the Season
Served in frst-elass style.
Fa.il.i plI wlt KMeals as
Drie Reasonable
SATISFATI PtlaN UARANYTEED.
w r
t ;.r-i*
GI3aker iG
7S,- G c-3.
1 a` eR
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NE W DEP A U
J Finding that our rapidly increasing sales are n, se.llowD:4ntg 0 toe
attend properly to all our former lines of tr.ade, --we
have sold out our |Hardware, Furnis' ea-r an n
Queensware, asad wll confine ot.a.elvet to
Dry, aoe do. $ý s
Hats and i ad s
Clo hing,
Harness and
Saddlery.
) We will :tso keep> r. '%1 rii !
a f dlland well aL- fI,!., IIH LtU ,th
sorted line of 'VjI
BAIN WAGONS, CH(iAMION MOWER,
MITCHELL WAGONS, CFIAM i i' )N REAP ER.
MILBURN SPRING WAtON\. TIGER IIAY RAKES.
TOP BUGGIES. )EIi)RICK !fAY IRi.ESS,,,
Furst & Bradley BREAKING Furst & Bv:l:ley Sl IAKY i'IA),:. -
and STIRRING PLOW .Tr,' . :: .1
12 to 16 inh VA NN . ,.
SCOTCH HARROWS.
--PEID .,I AJ'1I " Rt "
Lr ADD'S TOBACCO SIEEi'P ll, StUL'il uI.
SCUTT'S THREE STRAND BARBEO STEEL WEiRE.
(Orders for the latter rnmus he in by May lst,)
TENT ANI) WAGON COVERS. HAND "and MACII[NE ADI)E, air sizet.
We will ship the largest and most complete line of Groceries that
ever came to Fort Benton for that trade. WVe 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. Our fa.
cilities for filling orders are greatly improved, and all orders
is will receive prompt and careful attention. Owning our own
steamboat transportation we will lay our goods down in
il Benton this year at one and a quarter cents per pound from
in
Chicago and St. LouIs, and we propose ito 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 Inducements.
March T.. ( akr&4.(; "
JOHN J. KENNEDY EDWARD KELLY.
Centre Market!
MAIN STREET,
FORT BENTON, MON TANA.
KENNEDY & KELLY, Proprietors.
BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, FISH, GAME
AND ICE.
Vegetables and Fruit in their. season
---0--
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 . IH M/cKrng/l..&co.
Post Traders,
And Dealers in
FORT SHAW, - M.T.
We are in receipt of a large and complete stock of goods consisting of
Dry Goode, Notions, Groceries, Drugs, Roots and Shoes, Cloth.
Ing, lats and Caps, Hardware, Woodenware,
Crockery, Harness, Woel Socks and e T .
AfRICULTRAL I PLEIENTS ETO.
WOODS MPROVie WeRs, ,HAPGOODS ' BULKY 1aW,
I.LKY AK n -iES, 'UDBA N
hn4 and4 arre a Iage se n th rId an and
are epeatl invited to e o t es b pr
. ~l s ýh eire .
gd ? , ti ik, , 3 1,
1883. 1883
T. CPOWER & BRO..
1 u-ihole le- a d i' i l),1:,le r s i t
-----DR Y (1 0( < . -
NoTNS,CL 0OTHIN, lHATSAN4D CPS, BOOTSAND SIHOES,
Centlemen's Furnishing Coods,
Furniture and COrpet: of all Giad,
Fancy Staple G' ocer'ie
SHEEP MEr'S SUPPLIE,, W''uol Sucks., !eý"i in 'r'w.ne .:whie p
N O T E : . . vr 'i': pit r i. l - . rt - ',,' l . - M ,-. !} ., . ", , e d 1 :e . t ' ` . ,
. f -e.tiI -1 I .
BAI SUP-PL[IES!
:i CUiLTURAL iMPLEMENIS,
Wood's Reapert and Mowers, Hlapgood Plows ! Twine Binders
anrd Extras! Hay Rakes and Gardelning Tools, all of the
Best and Most IReliable Makes.
This year we will introduce the celebrated
Guatranteed 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 aº(d 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 Goods.
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 MI.T.
Overland Hotel
JOHN HUNSBERGER, Proprietor
FORT BEtWITON. - - - IO TA.1.N
Now o1101se, New Rools, Now Furitlre, Attoevo Witeros
Excellent Accommodations for Ladies and Families
t III LEd.. %'drE . r'e OPS J' .IT TIEZ DOOSr
Tibe 8uierwor ,iemmodatuon and ctrvien1ant iocation of the Overland make it the moat de siabl. 8.
ping plawe in town for
STEAIBOAT PASSENGERs.
'LUMBER AND SHINGLES !
BIG -CAhSINO M ills!
'Four iles from Reedsport, Mllont.
Splendid Timber,
FI ST-CLASS MILJL,
COmpetent Workmen;
FIlllIock 8CO81 Illl oilla . 11ma1o1l SNU tO Ofl r.
FullW. W V WATSON.
TO THE Tl'OCBBOLDERS OF BEN.
TON BIJU LD1NGO-"5OCIATION1 .
Noie ma}i teR thatrta asd r' m4 t
iog w the wiling A oeiation · llrimfted
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