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The Benton weekly record. [volume] (Benton, Mont.) 1880-1885, April 26, 1884, Image 6

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MMi:ctiati , u ,in learning his nam.e, by
Fpeciatl re'allet of Mrs. 31cElroy, thus de
ueriCes his ,ex lcrien es: "Why, dorin't you
dnB)'w l wentt up ti thi ptalaei and there
was a br:',s ha(Td ittaking no end of a noise
arid a erow, of people goinl in I but.worise
h1hn that, I was nearly killed getting in
myself, aindl, dol't voI know, when I got
.:t the first thing a man did was to ask my
atne :tlnd Ithotght I whs to be aMrrested."
A story tilt by the Louisville Cou rier
',url sir MIr. Blaine's benefit: "One
;fternoon in 1 Sdt), Mr. Buchanan sat upon
l he )ortico oif the cottage at the Soldiers'
h tome, where he spent that summer. lie
had but one youthful, but eager listener,
and he was in a reminiseeng mood.
Among otl er things, he said in that queer,
nasal tone which seemed a part of himself:
' For years I wasa candidate for president.
Every four yenrs I thought 1 was going
to be nominated. Finally, when I had lost
all hopec and all desire, when the friends I
wanted to reward had passed away and
the enemies I wanted to punish vexed me
Ito further, or were dead. I was nominat
hed, and here I am just old enough to feel
all the responsibilities, and too old to enjoy
the pleasures I once fancied belonged to
the place.' "
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The iovels do not monopolize all tLhe ro
mances by any means. It is in the records F
of;actual life, as reported in the news
papers, Lthat we often find the most im
prolbable ones. Here are two recently told :
In Philadelphia, not long ago, a Mrs.
'i'arnes and her daughter met, after a sep
oration of 30 years. The mother had em
igrated to this country, bringing with her
hler two ol(dest children. She had left the
youngest, a baby, as an adopted daughter
in the home of some acquaintances in Edin
lturg, For two years the struggle was a 5
ha:rd one for her, but at last she secured a
footing in the world, and herheart prompt
,(1c her to seek the little one left behind.
She wrote over and had her triends made
,:iligent 'inquiries, but to no purpose,
:auil it was believed that the child had
dlied. But she had not; she grew up, and
:r the age of 30 learned that her mother
,: a still living on the other side of the
Atlantic. She came over, put an adver- it
tie-rmetnnt into a Philadelphia paper, and T
nl,tw iIlotl:-r atnd daughter are reunited. iR
Another immitgrant, James Buehwold, B
c"ale to this country at 22, and settled B
dlovw ini Pittsburg. Ile bad left behind st
;;;a in Geirwanv asweet-leikrt whorn he
Ii.. i ncver seeii. 'Iheir re pective & parels
h~uI1 bc'en fi ienjds sinZce eakrly lif, anad had
betroitld the habi's iii ti i~ r cr:Wles, butrt.
ticir lu(flles bciiig, in Wi itie ly s« wira wdi(°
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BANK
ok
NORTHERN MONTANA
We Transact a General Banking
Ranoss.
ep current acc:onrs with merenants, stockmer
and others, su. isJet to be drawn against by
o<:b, without notice.
WE BUY NO ,S AN . PAY IN TEREST
Make loans of mone-y _ iurt person~iL en
dereien B ::,d sl exlharce on
the :cm 1 r; a :.' , of the United
Ye wm giv Sp.,ric.. ,,:ia. , .ntio. n t"
tiie uis:iesgs of Nort"n and
Centrr'a Moent:nt
1 mgooe ..kh ~lon ,t,.te men ana fard
ere :. are ; t< ,o Q: " ; r U-!renenta.
o.,lectiCns anid : , r :a.. entrusted to
wiil ra C'e .rt _ . cte:E.rL attention.
OL 1CiER. & CO.
Ovorl i d otl,
W. 0. YARD, Proprietor.
The Price of Board at this
Popular House has been reduc
ed to
SIX DOLLARS PER WEEK,
Board and Room,
EIGHT DOLLARS PER WEEK.,
First-class Board and neatly furnished
Rooms are specialties of the Overland.
CHOP HOUSE,
Front street between Baker and St. Jonn.
Mrs. )DENA MUIRRAY,
Prourietress!
---rOPEN DAY AND NGIIGT.---
aPFresh Oysters served in any style....
BOARD BY DAY OR WEEK.
FOR SALE.
The Sun River Flour mills located with
in half a mile of Sun River Crossing.
Terms easy. Also one hundred and sixty
acres of land well improved and easy of
irrigation. For pirticulars apply to Winm.
Healy, Sun River, or Jno. J. Healy, Fort
Benton. The property will be sold
separately or together.
T. C, POWER & BRO
WlVIlesale and iRetail Dealers if'
d f
i ii . E .,.S iIEn, Woo l aca.1 Ne'ir I T ine Sheep
Noi :--- e are Teri "ori . ` ens for L ,add" 1 S eep Dip, wat.",xed to cure anyt' case
of ., in ih ep.
Win , .L± g, seer, Ale, Cigars and
BAR SUPPLIES !
Agricultural Implements,
SWood's Reapers and Mowers, Hapgood Ilows ! Twig, Binders
alo Extras! Hay Rakes :and G(ardeniig Tools, all of the
Best and Most Reliabie Makes.
1'his yea we will initroduee the celebrated
t t'ranteed the best mlade
I
Our stock in the above departments will all be eompletl - on arrival of the first
boats, and being seleted wi.h gr(at care and shipped direot frolm astern markets.
we will be better prepared than ever before o off e
Inducements to the Whosa.e. Trade.
All (uu goods are bought ' an I'.a 1tJ ii .,":-; - . .'W i we
propose to :r,, dealers ti. be ~~ : o f
Low Prices and First-0iass foods.
W e: a ful ni A h low Iigu'r.C -a ajipliieatioln ,_a :2 .2 II f ia ',.vr, * ,, .ar
Qucensw;ar. a: : Woodenware.
Inspections . nd OrdC>s :olicited.
T. C POWER & BRO." • enton M~i 1.
j H I fc mgi itco.
Post Traders,
And Dealers in
FORT SHAW, - M. T.
We are in receipt of a large and complete stock of goods consisting of
Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries, Drugs, Boots and Shoes, Clo ith
ing, Hats anr Caps, Haardware, Woodenware,
Crockery, Harness, Wool Socks and
Twine, Tents, Wagon SheetS,
AGRICULT1URAL IMPLEMENTS, ETC.
AG-E3~rTS FO~B0
WOOD'S IMPROVED MOWERS, HAPGOOD'S SULKY PLOWS,
IMPROVED SULKY RAKES, and STUDEBAKER WAGONS.
gp"We have on hand and to arrive a larger stock than ever before. Ranchmen and
Stockmen are respectfully invited to examine our goods and prices before pur
chasing elsewhere.
FORT SHAW, Al. T., June 1, 18S2.
J. H. McKnight & Co.
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IO'Tl'ITUE TO CREDIITOR4.
In the Probate Court of the County of Choteau,
Territory of Montana.
In the matter of the estate of Anna Armstrong,
deceased:
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, ad
uministrator of the estate of Anna Armstrong, de
ceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having
clams against the said deceased, to exhibit them
with the necessaiv vouchers, within four months
after the lirst publication of this notice, to the
said administrator at his residence in said county
of Choteau or at the office of J. J. Donnelly., his
attorney, in Fort IBenton, in said county and Ter
ritory.
JAMES W. ARMlSTRONG,
Adm'rof the estate of Anna Arnlstrong, deceased.
Dated March 1, 1$&4.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Thomas Haley, Deceased.
NTOTICE is hereby given by the undersigned, ad
.J ministrator of the estate of Thomas Haley, de
ceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having
claims against the said deceased. to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers, within four months af
ter the first publication of this notice, to the said ad
ministrator at the business house of T. C. Power &
Bro., the same being the place for the transaction
of the business of said estate, in the city of Fort
Benton, in the county of choteau.
JOHN W. POWER,
Administrator of the estate of Thomas Haley: de
ceased.
Dated at Fort Benton, M, T , March 24th,1884,
mch24wit t
I. G. B AKER & CO.,
FORT BENTON. MONTANA.
* NEW DEPAR T
Finding that our rapidly increaming ales arae not :r: :; u ? .: ,, c
attend properly to all oaur fo rmer litez cf tr:.
have sold out our EHalrdwar ey, Rni
Qneensware, and will cotlire ur.lL.
-ROC
Drj Goods $ooS a n, she
Hats and Cans. Gentb urnsh s
Clothing, Wooden and
Harness and Wjillow Wares
Saddlery.
We rvill also kelep
a tflllandwehll w s.,- ,,- ..
sorted Iilik ot LT RAL IMP ML
.IITC( TELL STEEL SKEIN WAGONS, CIIAMIPIN REAPl'FIS.
STUI)EBAKER SPRING WAGONS, ('iAMlPIO)N 2i.,.t I RS,
MILBURN SPRING WAGONS, TIGER IJAY 1Ah s,
IElD I(cK l i HAY IfPESFV
MOLINE BREAKING M()LIN sELKY PLO'
and STIRRING PLOWS .Jersevvilv I l SI T L ' rW
12 to 16 inch FANNING %I IlL.
SCOTCH HARROWS.
GRAIN ;,nd WOOL SACKS.
MP-;EC IALT'1 ES:
PEPER TOBACCO SHEEIP D)IP, LUG LE AF LXTRA T:ENGTi.
IIAWKEYE THRiEE STRAND BARBED STEEL \\IRE.
TENT AND WAGON COVERS, HAND and MACILIN E i Af iE, -
-We will ship the largest and most complete line of Groceries t h a
ever camne to Fort Benton for that trade. TWe have mal e oz r re :;
sition for FancyShelf G-oods very elaborate, and W-ri un, :.
to furnish anytahing in that line that may be called i;,r. :'
cilities for filling orders are greatlyirnproved, anda s. ,:, .Z
will receive prompt and careful attention. Ownii ng, :.,~ ,:- ,
steamboat transportation we will lay our go~od. J-. a
Benton this year at one and a quarter cents per p.n .';1:
Chicago and S~t. Lt.Zois, and we propose to give eur c::>-.
touners the benefit f this low rate in prices on ouxr :a. ý
Having gone out of the Indian Tradinug busi ne:s w
will devote ourselves to the trade of :armers .n: d
ranchmen, to whom we olferspecial Inducements.'.
March I. (-. Bakkr & (1
. "'H BEST IS THE. CHEAPET,,
H1iIORWE.POTV ElS,
IPOIITA BILE ENGIlmEL,
i TRACTION ENGI N E..
S111" "hILLS.
' I V. O I DEXTER,
SOLE AGENT
lort Benton and Vicinit) .
Write W 0. . I)exter, Fort Bentoh, I.
'T., for full information concerning thee
superior goods. Farmers and thresher
men should not be deceived into buying
inferior Machines. The
=LVL,.,o Yrw.,Moa&I:. Aia none other should be Purchased
CENTRE
Produc E
MARKET,
KZGBID I~ £TIS, roip's.
VEGETABLES,
Poultry, Oysters,
FI SSI-I,
Eggs, Butter & Fruit,
On Main Street,
Near Centre Meat Market.
p Ranchmen and farmers who have
produce for sale are invited to call on the
new firm who will purchase from them at
lhe highest market prices.
jlyltf
PACIFIC HOTEL,
BENTON, M. T.;
New Two-Story Brick
(Built 1882.)
WELL FURNISHED
TERMS.-$2.OO PER DAY.
Special rates by week or month.
FIRST-CLASS BAR IN CONNECTION,
BENTON
MILK DAIRY
PATRICK MURPHY,
Proprietor.
Families, Hotels, and Public Enterta.,ne. nts su ;p
plied with
PURE MILEK
Cream and Butter.

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