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The river press. [volume] (Fort Benton, Mont.) 1880-current, May 11, 1881, Image 5

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Liars ?
Well! well! that Buck, Hunt & Co. should
be so prejudiced against one who is a gen
tleman, which is more than they have shown
themselves to be since as rattle-headed boys
they assumed charge of the Record and pro
ceeded to become dirty contemptible liars for
a little more bread and butter, and hang on
to the indictment they so becomingly gloat
over of which I am quite well assured they
did all they could to cause to be found,
and themselves and a blessed few of
their ilk are the only ones in
the community that regret that the first false
swearing was ever set at naught. You are a
cowardly set at best and put your great trust
in your numbers, whereby the personal res
ponsibility could not be found. That Buck
& Hunt, when they allowed, or wrote, or in
timated that I opposed or voted in favor of
removal of the military, knew personally, as
they sat and stood next to me with no one
intervening between us, and all that I said or
did by voting was in favor of retaining the
military (not Moale) here. This they knew
if they knew anything at all, and wilfully and
maliciously lied when they wrote it. Come
out from your cowardly position; I ever walk
the streets unarmed; you need not fear any
thing from this source. And now, publicly,
as the course you have chosen, I now brand
you or any one that further maligns me or
mine, as malignant, cowardly, lying pol
troons.
At home any day. WILL E. TURNER.
WISE AND OTHERWISE.
Roofoig iron at Wackerlin & Co.'s.
Go to Wackerlin & Co. for crockery and
glassware.
Bryer and Dutriulelle have the finest baths
to he found in Montana.
Go to Wackerlin & Co. for hardware and
tinware of all kinds.
Rosencrans has just received a fine assort
ment of cord, black-snakes, whips, saddles, bridles,
and in fact uverything pertaining to his trade.
Go to Bryer & Duke for a clean shave
and a good shampoo.
For water coolers, ice cream freezers and
refrigerators, go to Wackerlin & Co.
"Wetzel's Favorite" cigar is the cheapest
for the. quality of tobacco in them the market affords.
Breakfast bacon, sweet and fresh at Mar
phy, Neel & Co's new building, corner of Front and
Benton streets.
For the best brands of liquors in, wines,
whieky and beer, you will find that Wetzel & Co. will
give the best prices.
Staple and fancy groceries in all lines at
Wetzel's, from canned turirey and French fruits to
New Orleans molasses.
A few I arrels of Jas. M. O'Donnell's Blue
Ribbon O. K. whisky (the only genuine) at Murphy
Neel & Co.'s new store, corner of Front and Benton
streets.
The medicated baths of Bryer & Dutriui
elle are of great advantage to the medical psofession
in almost every description of disease.
John Endre's celebrated grape creek sour
mash whisky for sale at Murphy, Neel & Co.'s.
Special inducements offered t2 parties buying at
wholesale.
Dry goods and clothing of every variety,
quality and style at WetzePs, where every pains wit
be taken to exhibit them to customers..
Remember that Murphy, Neel & Co., are
the only agents for the genuine Jas. M. O'Donald,
Blue Ribbon 0. K. whisky, and that you can buy it of
them cheaper than of any house in Montdba.
It would be well for ranchmen and freight
ers who contemplate buying wagons this spring to
call at T. C. Power & Bro., and examine thekr im
mense stock, of which they have the largest in Mon
tana.
"'E. H. Taylor, Jr. & Co.'s" and "Hume"
hand-ma 'e sour mash whiskies, the finest and purest
goods made in the United States, at Murphy, Keel
& Co.'s elegant new store, corner of Front and Benton
3treet$.
PERSONAL.
Max Waterman has received his commis
sion and is now a full-fledged Notary Public.
James Arnoux likes city life so well thai
he evidently hintendB camping with us this
summer.
iNick Welsh has been rusticating with Pat
Donnahue in the Barker country. They make
a rattling team.
Staple and fancy groceries in all lines at
WYetzel's, from canned turkey and French
fruits to New Orleans molasses.
Mrs. Beckman has thoroughly renovated
her old stand and will open therein a new
restaurant and ice cream parlor.
Rev. Mr. Blackiston and W. A. Turner
left for Assinaboin on Friday by private con
veyance. They will be absent several days.
J. H. Lemon passed through town on
Thursday en route to Assinaboin. Mr. Lem o
will represent C. A. Broadwater & Co. at the
Coal Banks this season. The selection is a
good one.
\Ve notice by the foreign dispatches of the
JRecord that Mr. Blackiston has returned;
that Mr. Baker has recovered his horses, and
that Herman Brinkman will administrate the
estategof Charles Jackson. Foreign dis
patches are very costly, but our contenmpora
ry will furnish European news regardless of
expense. Enterprise, you see, my boy I
Ohoteau. Lodge,_No. 11, I. 0. 0. F.
A regular meeting of the above Lodge will be held
on Wednesday evening of each week, at their lodge
oomn in this city. Sojournting brothers are cordIally1
brited to attend. JNO. F. MURPHY, II/.(1
'J* P. McCABE, Secretary.
Beuton Lodge, Jo. 25, A. F. & A. H.
itegulat. Commninucatlons of the above name Lode
are held at 7 p. mn. on the Airst had third Saturday of '
each month. Memnbersf p1te odge ad sjotarn- a
ag brethren are cordially hi ed to attunci. a
II. P. ROLFE, SecetrUFSPY.E
Dnton and Martinsdale
STAGE LINE.
Carries the United States mail to all points on the
Line. Passengers and express taken
through to the
IMITH RIVER and tho YELLOWSTONE
Tni - Weekly Trips!
Leaves Benton Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
at 7 o'clock and arrives on Tuesdays Thurs
days and Saturdays.
The Only Route
To the Jlldith Basil & Ft. IMLagillis
W. Z. WETZEL, Benton Agent.
JOHN ATCHISON, Agent at Fort L1a
ginnis.
SPENCER BROs, Agent at White
Sulphur Springs.
B. H. CLENDENNIN, Agent at Mar
tinsdale.
Good Accommloations for Travellers
Along the entire line.
W. A. OLDEN,
MANAGER.
PH(ENIX SALOON,
121 Cents.
ALLEN & TIERNEY
have opened on Front street the largest and best sa
loon in Benton.
Two Large Airy Rooms.
Will afford the amusEment-loving public ample op
portunity for recreation at
TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CfIARS
Of the best brands, and in large supply. Especial at
tention given to the manufacture of
MIXED DRNKS
To suit all palates and tastes. One large room will
be used 's a public club room, and ample fa
cilities provided for those who take ad
vantage of our pleasant resort
ROWVE'S BLOCK, Near the Overland.
PAYNE & KEENAN,
House and Sign Painters
Jioth members of the firm being workmen of ten
years' experience, they can defy competition.
Paper Hanging, Caleimining and
SGraining a Specialty.
All work done promptly aidd charges just and rea
son able.
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LESTER'S
CLUBT ROOM1VS
.Maiin Sreet, Fort Benton.
ST. LOIJI8 BEER,
Wines, Liquors &Cigars
THE SUL.TANA OIGAR,
alInful lines, and served in the very best style.
NOTICE.
Me will herd all Horses entrasted to our care for
me dolla and Afly cents e herd per mnonth. We
mill have a House end Corral at therfoot of the trail
tbove George Allis' Raiich, [email protected] will deliver horses
it HughesmCty at 50cents per he~ad. . I
joiw A. Lots.~
PROVIDENCE BAKERY
Benton St., behind Rersha l's Saloon.
FORT BENTON.
LEON P. ROCRON, Prop'tor.
Keeps large stock of
Bread, Pies and Cakes
Always on hand and cheap for cash.
FRED L. KING,
House, Si ii and Ornamental Painter,
Orders for work of all kinds promptly executed at
lowest rates.
Orders by Mail will receive Prompt
attention.
Every kind and size of Glazed Sash kept for sale
Rates given on application.
SHOP ON LOWER MlAIN STREET,
Helena, M. T.
J. C. GJTHRIE,
Front Street, one door above Murphy, Neel & Co.'s
New Store,
FORT BENTON, lII. T.
Bread ,Cakes and Pastry
IN EVERY VARIETY.
Orders promptly filled and delivered to any part of the
Town. We make a Sp-cialty of
WEDDING CAKE
And Party Orders.
NEIL IcITYRE,
Dealer in
DOOTg`1ýS IND SHO 0ESb
Front Street, two doors above Post Ofce,
FORT BENTON.
Ladies' and iisses' Shoes
GENTS' WALILING SHOES,
CUSTOM-MADE BOOTS & SHOES
Employs none but the very best workmen and can
guarantee a sure fit every time.
PALACE PARLORS
Front Street, Fort Benton.
-:THE-.
Honest loosorial Parlors
Ii' THE NORTRTWEST.
81ITll & SPALDJNff,
Proprietors.
Messrs. Smith & Spalding respectfully inform the
citizens of Benton that they have recently bought out
Mr. Win. Foster, and assure the public a continuation
of the uniform skill and courteous attention which
is familiar to the habitues of the place.
Front Street, Fort Benton.
Choicest Wines and Liquors,
THE CELEBRATED
Sultana Cigars.
J. J. MURPHY, Proprietor.
GEO . FARMEVIER
Proprietor.
This popular Sample Room is stocked with the finest
kinds of
Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
one but the Purest Whiskies sold over the Bar.
0. C. Bunidy,
PHOTOGRAPHER'
Is prepared to do better work than ever. Call and
see for yourselves.
Gallery on Cutler St. Helena, N. T.
HI. WILCOX,
Kose~& Cariage Painte
Orders for the present left at
[.( T. IIMIS)IAL'ts, ER#NT STREET,
Will recaive prompt attentkon.
las had an experience of twenty-five years in some of
the largest shops in the Eas~t, n iiXs preprred
toigaranteesatistsfetiofl.
G. BAKER, St. Lolls, Mo. W. G. CONR.D, For Br ..
C. E. CONRAD, FORT MACLEOD.
ý 6,. BKE -COE
FORT BENTON, M. T.
BAKR IFREIGHTERS INDIAN TRADERS
STEAMIDBOAT OWNERS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
)GENERAL Re 14"
We are in receipt of a Larger Stock of Assorted Merchan
dise than any other House in Montana. and offer
Special Inducements to Cash Buyers.
WILL PAY THE HICHEST RATES FOR ROBES AND FURS
PROPRIETORS OF
BAKER & CO.'S BONDED LINE,
FROM EASTERN CANADA TO THE N. W. TERRITORY.
Will Contract Freight from all Eastern Cities in Canada and the United
States to all points in Montana and the Northwest,
WILL INSURE COODS via MISSOURI RIVER,
Eastern Office, No. 219 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo.
H. J. WALCKERLIN T. C_ POWER & BiO.
H. J. Wac ker lin &, Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IP
HARDWARE,n 1'" IROUNWAS N TIBERS
HORSE SHOES AND NAILS,
Tinware, Stoves, Queensware, -Classware, Tin Roofing, and
Sheet Iron Goods of Every Description.
Our Wagon Timbers are of the Best Seasoned Hard Woods. and consist of all woods used in building and re
paming Wagons, Carriages and Buggies. Our stock of Qacensware is the la-gest and most complete
ever brought to Montana, and comprises every artic;e required by hotels and families.
PLAIN AND FANCY TOILET, DINNER AND TEA SETS,
Cut Glass Bar Tumblers, Plain and Fancy exoblets.
CHARTE OAK COOKING AND HE TING STOVESI
THE CELEBRATED GARLAND BASE LURNERJ
And the popular
Ar~~ailia Soft C oal Base Burners,
THE BEST AND ONLY SUCCESSFUL BASE BURNERS IN USE.
TIN GOODS.
We have a complete stock of Tin Goods, including Tin roofing, Gutters and Pipes, and will contract to do all
kinds of Roofing, Repairing, etc. Tin Goods of every description Made to Order on short notice and
at reasonable prices. We propose to keep one of the largest and best supplied estab
lIshments of the kind in Montana, and will spare no pains or expense to
GIVE ENTIRE S ATISFACTION TO OUR PATRONS.
W. E. TURNE R, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
-DEALER IN
Drue nd ecne
PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes and Glass, Cigars, Notions
Confectionery, Etc.
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
TilE FINEST SELECTED STOCK OF WALL PAPER IN BENTON.
Front Street, - - - - fort Benton, M. T.
Mc DE VIT T &, WRIG HT,
PROPRIETORS.
[JIVERY, FEE]) nd SALE STAMBLE
Day and Night Herd. Horses Boarded by the Day or Week.
laddle Horses, Light and Heavy Turnouts
FURNl8RED GN 8UORAM~OTIOCE AND ATI ~REASONR&DIa BAE

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