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Ill t'e oin , eiled l to defend his patent ii fith cou'rt of iust resort, hit woultd prob ably (1 that.l, all the woriti could use the t'hl-d'I"io"'t wiit itoit, :u klig Will or payitng Ihitl a roºýalty. lhll1, InI lltIhiittg his ownt it;Ittcllt Jl~iitii iii thei patemit olhicee, retorted 4e'r.:v wtichi now scc-lll likely to rime like ;LaI(' ºl+, g1iostM t() 11)Iuei't, l ºitºº i the cou tlrs. to I:ir, tl lotlt I li 'rt''1 t olle c y d 1ky- hhigoh In * 91(11 (: ('4'11 t 1 '0 eil t) 11'lP1 "l l t('e CIti.)l, l t les vi I,!, 190pih-ihci, :tiaul a rt'eluictiw, of two tlii,''lt hi rieritil 'viii Inevitably follow. Hlull aiwl hiM c(Jl)IitlkIiy have already real i,/eit e'irtlot~lO UK vealtlth froum the four years 411, active !l)It1hi('HN, and they will not go to O1W lprior betef' it' lolupeelled to drop moin. 9(J*oly :.uid cohil'pete fbr lIstronag In the 4)JºtEi mtarket. otonlun is (George Nvoowtad bItº MlcºNI.14, Jan, 430.- The FiuntItin e : corget eas,: wna fIPumde(I upon to-day by the $su t rincne court, alhlirinng the decidlon oºl' the lower court, thus decreeing that the IIlr(elerrr of 1Dr r.Eppsr must pay the penalty l hisK dastautrdly ( d1e with his life. The 91111 'lutrt'u wu" v.lOillKlflllli(jl to hung on the tf It it' last , A ugileMI, bitt the (texet1itou line t110411 [Ithm~wtltrr'I by thet 1i)ippWZI to the Ml) tiltr fLe' 10tuL . ti`lrnl, 1111 i no 1110 l nL4rtl le w Iiº)" tilt. 1 inii t l0 I I h4eu' uIo l ' lit, to, rIVt1jitc" him till tlii' tlie'\l. IAgisKlitu~re II l" 1111 hit highly irtlp"rul!i lilt('. The 4I=Sli I11, iiih'hz V14I (Ottluitle't flue! '"t1:: ' la l yihix h ld, :endul itl' g("luu's'al Oji~ltilritI I º 9~~~~~~~ `t1,Ioi'l~jt(~o~ shiotliil paty' the jicuil SIo rE a ngwollro 's liro' dnees. r Mi A, NC'i ,~I rrtu, N. 11., .J:ln. 30.-Charles : rave of '(l''cc,do advert istd that he would 'delivwcr ai lietiure on "'Shakespeare" at the National 'ThIeater in Wshhington a week :ago Suiiday evering, and that he would be iintroluced by (Col. Ingersoll. In the ad vcrticsemeit the mince of the Introducer was in type larger than that used to name the wubject, or lecturer. It was evident to :;ol. Bob that he was being used to draw a crowd. lie fully possessed himself of what the Ohio man thought he had dis covered to way about Shakespeare, and, when he walked out to the footlights there was a merry twinkle in his eye. He said that he would not have thought of doing more than formally introduclng his bril liant friend from Ohio if he had not been urgenitly re'(ltested by Mr. Cravons to give hi4 own View of the great dramatist and Ioet as a prelude to the study which was to follow. Then in his very brightest way he dashed linto the subject, and completely evi-ceriated the (t)ho mutii's lecture. At the endl of thirty mihnutes he seemed .l id denly to retVollect what he was there for, turned to the lecturer, iutrodIt'ed him set phrase, lasst'd quickly off the stage, th rg thi s1,e stage box, rouid teI ie orehes tra circle an ud out of l,h, tithealter. 'l'lhe Ohio man, who haul just seen point ttller poilt of his lecture touched by a nat 1iral or:Itor :tI pool,, liuiniiuated iii If by anl ecle .l ri cui 'rrentt, stood lor a milorn.t it Irinlt., thliE, 1111i ol'0 1 d IaRatlHiusriptL as d ble ganl il :ta ,lxli-millnislterial tone to read his Iectur. A dozenl rose to go out in the first ten mlinitll ; in lifteenl minutes more ilfty were uricovi'ig to the door; in twenty minllutles there were over 100 on their feet. The lecturer stopped. "'Latllce and gen tl'u,ie,"' satil he, '-I will never ask Col. I gersoll to iltrurone mu again. Wait a iioiunent; I will cut it short." And he did amilHL, much merriment. Aniother Plucky Womnan. New York World, January 9W. As Mirs. Mary Hart, of No. 106 Monroe street, openled the door leading to the hall from her room early yesterday morning she saw two strange men leisurely dCe e'cndiing the sta:irs. Although the men were well (dr(sed she became suspicious and followed them to to the lower hall. As one o f them turned she saw the end of at box protruiling from his pocket. She at otuce recognizedl tihe box a:s containihig about $I00O worth of jewely. Mrs. Hart is a upscular 1and determined woman, aad hastening down stairs she caught the man by the collar and exclaimed: "That's mly box !" "You are mistaken, madam," said the man, politely. "This box is my own per sonal property." "It's mihe," said tlhe woman, making a grab for it. 7The man claughIt iher by the throat and :a flerce struggle fobllowed. Mrs. Hart res tained her hold on hllis collar and scratched his face with her linger nalls. In the meantimie sine cried loudly for' help. The stranger dlrew a revolver and, placing itat Mrs. Hlart's hand, said that he would shoot her if she didn't release her hold, but she dared him to do so, and finding that he was unable to frighten her the mam re plintcedl thl revolver itn his pocket, aiI tak Ing tile jewelry box from his coat he hand edl it to hM r. I lurt and said: "No w keeip lguietl :lald let me go(."' Blit M r:. Ilart only tightened hiet grip t. i tie , t rahgcr's coliar :mI ,h, ted, "M1'rlr lr! PtIlice!'" With an. oath th n:n clitched her by the thrloat nall etiteanvored to 'lliet Iher ('rl('s by chkiog lher, tolice rut 1tuamnn, )iof the Severnth Precinct, liear,! the oiltt)t ailtl lie burst in the front dor of tile hlouse. Theli burglar's corn panion, wio haulI takei 1io part in the strul'ggle, darlrtd along the hallway and out of tie rear door upon eatclhing sight of the policeana. 11t escaped by climbing over the resce. Mrs. Hlart was tellcyed of her prisoner, who was taken to the Seventh Preclnct statlon-house. lie gavo his name as Jag. Smnith, aged 32, of No. 132 Eat Thirteenth street. Smith Is unknown to the police. Mujrvor C]uagr aad YolloIlwat., Park) 1)uI nuqua, Iowa, Jun. iO,-mI), . II. C~otlg4+r· of Watcrloo, Superi utoudent of the Yf')llowstfolV park, waus tI thlu city to-dtay fltl 'aIM flr)e'viewweI by the T'J'ibutn re frter a to ti1o hct c1hitrgie, brotght Iga1nst him r~et 'eny. 'TIta t pitifIprt1 el ncrge 18 thnt ofItvuing allowct.l gunnt to bte kllldtI wlthin the limnits of thett park, con.ralry to the rules ati blrnvintlg s('rrvc(1( the gruue to kllcld to h1 14Ites~ts. 1lk stated thlat lit )vou11 Mhtow, at the proper titme, thaat the rultes for the governmcnit of public property are uIeres 1unlh M fortified by a penal law, ,ti ntfl~uy la t hits no four of a Judicial investl rtt ita of hris juilcial nord Ot .r ý THE BEST IS THE CHEAPE ST Alttman Taylor TnRENHERM, HORMSE.POWERS, PORTABLE ENGINE$, TRACTION ENGINES, IAW MtILLS. W.0 DEXTER, SOLE AGENT Fort Icnton and Vicitlty. Write W. 0O. Dexter, Fort -Ifbnton, M. 'I., for full information eo.ierning these upelrior goods. Frmcrs anid thresher incl shotIld inot be dt' lve!V.I into buying !nferlor Machines. The Ah1t maa-Ta$ 1 in iu g Ana none other should be Purchased Civil anil iinin Engineers! CRIFFITH, & INCERSOLLL, CnAS. O. IaYrvITuT. C. E. iLty Engineer. ICDMUND INGxHOI,L C. E. U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL s1I'1lOkice: Franklin stret. hletween IlRker anEd POWer st**. (nepaddt) PAY UP. All persons knowinfg tIhemselves to be indebted to W. 8. Wetrcl will plasne pay their a:ccounts to me Immediately. I)AVII) U, BIIOWNE, Assti nec. DISSOLUTION NOTII(E. The firm of Klly & 8emmes li thit dray dis solved by mutual olnsulnt. T. F. Senbmes will eou tinuethe business and pay all habilties of the late firm. M. L. KELLY T. F. SI4M MES. Fort lfOnton, DeC. 31, 18II. FOR RENT, lHouses and Rooms to rost in all parts Of the city. rnquiroof Wr. rJ. STO tKINO. Jo2l-1 v AN$%I(INEE'N NOTIIU;E. I')Tr BnHNTOrt, Decenmbor 18, 1883. Notice in horelby given that W. S. WVetztl, of this city, has this day made an assignmrnnt to me of all his pt.rworty for Ith b«owltlt of his :crsit',ors. All persona incrlted ttosaid W. S. Wetzel will govern theinelwvs c.c:or)diugJly. DAVID G(1. BRlOWNE. NO'rIC.(' TO OIEDITOUID. Estate of Jos,. . 11111i, deceased. NoticO ti hoerhy given by the underslgtinr, ad ministrator of the estate of Jos. 11111i, dooeased, to the credt·,rs orf and all persons having claims against thd said docease.1 to exhibit them with the nrocesary voucher;, within four months after the Rlrot publisatlon of this notice, to the said adminis trator or admin istrat.rix. OGUSSlI F. HILL, Administratrix, A. G. JOHN"PON, Admlnhtrator. Ienton, Mt. T,, January 2thi, 1884. SPECIAL NOTICE TO IARMEBIU. Parties paying their threshing accounts within thirty days, or as soon thereafter as called upon, will receive a discount of one cent per bushel, thus making the cost of threshing only five cents per bushel. Here is a chance to save money. sep29tf W. 0. PRXTRn. FOVR SALE. The uli River Flour mills located with in half a imile of ,un River Crossing. Terms easy. Also ohe hundredd and sixty acres of land well improved and easy of irrigatlon. For particulars apply to Win. Healy, Sun River, or nuo. J.gealy, Fort Benton. The property will be sold separately or together. BN J. KENNEDY I')WARDI KETLLY., ae.tre Neat Ma.... MAIN STREET, Ir.. Benton, eort;. KENNEDY & KELLY, Proprietors. Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal, Sausage, Ham and Bacon. Delivered to any Part of the City. MONTANA STABLES! ILeoopenoec Under th e ersonal man, tageme. nt of CHARLES CRAWFORD. The Best Hay and Feed to be had Always on Hand and Careftl and attentive hostlers in attendance. 0 (JARD.-Thanking my many psuron for past favors while in the buslines, I will to glha to meet them a*g sad as many new triends m may come, au I will try to reserve their patronage. jan.l.Awtf C1I ARII1EN (IIAWVFORD. e ~ ~ ~ 1 n· nnn n u num·~Y- m·-X~ -nnm . . ... mn in. nr-mm nn muu "PARK" W-o'r, le nd 1 Mmie/ . . U BO4O AND SHOE DEALER We carry a larger assortment and a better selection of BOOTS, SHOES, SLilI , gRs AN1) RUBBER3 GOODS than any house in Fort Benton, and making a specialty of Boots and Shoes we can guaranteo better prices than elsewhere. A rirst'Clui Boot and hoe aker in Connection with the Establishient, We also haye a fill and complete stock of CIGARS TOBARRO, SMOKERS ARTICLES, Snuff, Toys, Notions, Fresh Fruits, Confeotienery Blank Books, and a General AseortmeaI of Everythinr found hi a Fancy Goods Store. -" FMAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY A''CENDED TO. S'W Next door to Masonle Building, FORT BENTON ..S I HANSBERGER & TRAVERS, 8nff Toys Noios Frs ris ofcinr BakBos n eea Asotau ofEeyhn fudi acyGosSoe WmMAIL oRER ROPLYArCD O ~Net oo toM~one uilin, ORTB~TO . iiat . - . . . .... - o p GEdN UCpl3 ..........(