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The river press. [volume] (Fort Benton, Mont.) 1880-current, August 31, 1881, Image 4

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wh:oIC of tho one thousand bashel..of whe v,
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sons, and not one of the purchase-rs concerns
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not help him any.
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W. J. MINAR,
-AND
pharmacist,
FRONT STREET,
lFT. IWNTONf, - - Ie oTANA.
DEALEII IN
Paints Oils and arnish
Keeps always on hand a full and most complete stock
of fine
STATIONARY,
Perfnumery, Toilet A r ,icles,
AND NOTIONS.
F'NI CIGARS
1O the Cho'cedt and Most Popular Brands, are kept
constan tly in stock.
, ews and Novelty Depot
STATIONERY AND BLANK BOOKS,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
PIC.iTU'TE FRAMES AND CHROMOS,
FiNE CANDIIS AND NUTS
I, PORTED L & DOMESTIC CIGARS,,
BiIRD CAACES,
PEhRAMIBULATORS,
TOY WAGONS,
TOY CAiRTS AND GIGS,
A - M t o. 'ali Papr,
MEERSCHAUIUM GOODS,
FINE WOOD AND AND BRIER PIPES,
CHOICE SýOKItNG TOBACCOS,
CHOICE CUE WING TOBACCOS,
VELVET CARD, PHOTO AND CABI
NET FRAMES AND EASELS,
In Great Assortment.
A NE .90 CR EEN,.
Fr ton Streer,
Bet. Bond and Benton. FORT RENTON.
LTAGE LINE,.
WILL CARRY
Passng rs, f! 1 & xpreT s l atter
Between Benton and the Barker Mining Camp, at
reasonable rates, and
eF'ake l i-eek!y Trips,
Leaving PFenton on "Mondays and Thursdays and the
('anmp on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Good accom
nodatilon mnd fast time.
W. S. WESZEL, Agent at Benton.
CAPT. JACK KILLALLY, Agent at the Mines.
W. U eLDFN
44 .Manager.
This neat, attractive and new resort keep constantly
on hand a large and choice stock of the finest wines,
liquors and cigars. Nothing but the best is allowed
to pass over the bar.
-.
LUiMBER,
SHINGLES;
LATH, ETC.
We arc now rafting lumber
if Sli tiek j C88ik to t: -Falls,
And. wi:l deliver lumber to order- at any point along
the banks of the Missouri from Stickney
Creek to Benton.
HOLTER L,
Care .V;MJ. i1Og1;J j, Benton lioYad.
PH(ENIX SALOON!
1'M Cents
BERNIAR B. TEI, E1.:.
l:. ,opened on Front street.the largest and best an
"Iochi In entOn: . . ,
T' Large Airy e O e s
WVill afford thi rlnoes Ient-lovin, pnblc 5aidp IOd
TWE . LVE A'D A YiLF' O 'S.,
mYNE, 1IQIRaR gIGARn
Or the best brand, and in la.. su.ppl. Especial at'
g ~irt siven to the manatacture of
S.. IXtED DRPK,
'Ioqo t atl palates and tastes. One large room ta ill
be used 'a a public club room 'ad amp _+^ . ,
dilities pro .le . for tlhose r . tae af ~- ,
vantage of our pkasant resort.
.3iEt .IE'; B+LOO K sNear the Overilhad.
Cor. Power and Franirlin Streets,.<
i tr. BIENTON, " " ONTANA
W - AGON REzAa , Io.
gI¥!J LAOroIetOr.
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EAGLE BIRD SALOO"
And R.esta urant
lPAIl N STREET,
BENTON - , - MONTANA1
This popular resort is always found stocked with the
choicest gcods, purchased in the East and ship
ped expressly for this hons .. comprising
the very finest brands of
WhiWkio,
BRANDIES,
Milwaukee Bottled Beer, :
And the finest brands of
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
CIGARS.
The Bar is the finest in Benton, and you can always
get any kind of fancy drink you call for, mixed O
in first-class style and mith the choicest
and best variety of liquors.
WM. FOSTER,
PROPRI ETO R.
0 - EO
T. Qo.. o
4 j (
*% *~ c s.. E
PALACE PARLORS
Front Street, Fort Benton.
-:THE
Finest Tonsorial Parlors
IN TIIE NORTHWEST.
8JLIIh & SPALDIN ,
Proprietors.
Messrs. smith & Spaiding respectfully inform the
citizens of Benton that they have recent'y bought out
Mr. Win. Foster, and assure the public a continuation
of the uniform skill and courteous attention which
is familiar to the habitnes of. the place.
BENTON
STONE SHOP
KIELAlUEIR '& STANDLEY.
We are now, prepared to do
All kinds of Stone Work
We will alfo contragt for all kinds of
BUILDING STONE, MASONRY,
STONE IN THE WALL.
All kinds of CUT STONE on hand and furnished on
short notice. ,Alo all sizes of
GRINDSTONES.
OUR: PRIJ ES ,ARE THE ,LOWES'T.
.0.. . Bun dy,
R HOTOC RAPHER
SProprietor Train's Gallery.,
Is prepared to do better work than ever (Call and
s see for yourselves.
Galleryoon ugtler St. itelena, N. T.
A. 0. GREWE'S
ARPENTER SHOP
:i Front Street,
opposite Klelzischmidt's. F:OR. ýBENTON.:
Furniture -,Repaired
i AN ..SOUGHT AND .SOLD ON. I
COM&tISSION.
Ai kinds of General Carpenter Work done in good,
workmanlike manner, at reasonable piices.
CH ICE FLOWER POTS FOR SALE.
AR . BEKI .
D in
I BuDLES.
Whips, Spurs, Etc.
The Bt Itvaýsusel od Wurklmanship,
and atisfaction. Guaranteed: My Harness
l E514BIIRiD
{ A lIQe? a tcofGeCleb~e
FORT BENTON, ]M)ONTANA,
Wholesale and Retail rocer,
AN D DEALER I4
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS AND SHOES, FURS AND PELTRIES,
INES, ~IQUORS AND CIGARS.
Our Grocery Department, embraces all Staple and Fancy Articles, a few of which are
Fresh Corn Meal, Oat Mieal, Rice, Bcans, Canned and Dried Fruits, Lard, Bacon
and Hams, Caunedi Vegetabhlces and Meats, Candles, Oils, Fish, Oysters,
Extra Soap, Canned Syrups, Candies, Nuts and Notions.
Fish Bros.' Freight and Farm Wagons,
TOOLS, CUTLERY,
Tinwa re Crockerv, Glassware, Toilet Articles
PATENT MEDICINES, PAINTS AND OILS.
Wc have io store one of the best selected Stocks ever imported into the Territ ory, and th.
trading puplic will find it to their advantage to get our prices befor
buying elsewhere.
STORAGE AND COMMISSION.
Corner of Front and Bond Sts., Fort Benton.
M. A. FLANAGAN,
Wholesale and Retail
R S, NOTIONS,
Druggists' Sundries,
PERFUTMERY," TOILET ARTICLES,
BRUSHES, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES,
Lamps, Chandeliers, VWall Paper, Etc., Etc.,
-0
Have constantly on hand a full assortment of School Books, and
and a genoral variety of Stationery.
P fLYSCIMAiS' PBF iC U Oa'TTIONS CAElPFUJ1JY COMPOUNDED,
INEW AN 7'"ERH 0000!
Just received and in transit greatly exceed former purchases, in low prices, quality
and quantity.
Will` p esent during the season the finest lines of
Stock for the Retail and Jobbing Trade in
Ever brought to Benton. It is complete in every department, and close buyers will find
it to their interest to give it careful examination.
We mr.lke a specialty of fancy groceries and novelties, as well as carry the staple lines for
the wholesale market demanded in the Territory. Our purchases this season
as the largest ever made for Montana, and are especially heavy in .
Canned Goods, FancyGroceries, Cigars and TobaccdOs.
WAGONS AN RICTULEMENTS
All the styles of wagons and canriages used in Montana, of =the=very best make and mate
rials, from the heaviest freight wagon to the light: carriage or phleton.
We are the Largest Dealers in the Teriritory
In every variety of F "ARMINO MACH INE OR -I PlLE M ENT including
threshing machines, reapers and mowers, hay rakes, sulky plows,: beam plows,
wind mills, and all the tools and machinery usefl in modern farming,
And Carn Sell Cheaper Than Anyother House.
Ladd s Tobacco. and ill 's Extra Tobaoco Sheep Dip.
We are makir ig a specialty o,f sheep dip and recommend the ~above as the cheapest, safest
and most effective. Also other dips, of which sheep men' can get what they
wrant cheaper than anywhere else :
CENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Donsi iOng of Olothinig, oot aend shoes, and every article requir:ed in the Indian and fur
trade, Saarge supply of thebest grades. "Themost diverslfied sftock in Benton.
Eirythig a StelmianF armer , eroriIoeochandirc Wants, att the Very
BKER- & DeLORIVIER,
NEXT DOOR TO COUR HOUSE,
Ha received their large consignment of Entirely New Goods, have now open and on
display, in their new store, the Largest and Finest Stock of
Dry Goods & Notions
And everything pertaining to that trade ever brought to Benton. They will carry a large and very
complete assortcment of
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
Which will be offered to the public at extremely low rates.
Agents for the Domestic Paper Patterns.
Mr. Baker hai spent the entire winter in the East, selecting these goods and his purchaseshave been made
with direct reference to the Bu nton mai ket.
8TAMPINC TO ORDER.
No pains will be spared by us to make this the favorite resort of the Ladies or Benton, and we respectfully ask
a share of their patron ,ge. Orders fro the outside caret-lly fil ed
MAN ST., BENTON. BAKER & DL . R [ I E~E..
1881. ESTABLISHED 1876.
L. H, R0SENCRANS,
:MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN:---
SA 0LES 0 1 R
SADDLERY HARDWARE.
Black Snake Whips, Hobbles,
California Lashes, atditeg rsrdles
Curry Combs, i Side Saddles,
Rorse Ilrushes ]Horse . laiktdt,
llexicaln Spurs, ' Surcingles,
Block Stlrrups, Surcinges,
SBlpper Stirrups, Hoare Collars,
ron Bound Stirrups Harnss oap,
Plaitted Bridle Reins, Feed nags,
Picket Swivels, Whip stalks,
Gloves and littens, Tents,
Harness Oil, CLnches,
Mills, Leak & Co.'s Glovesand iitels.
Cor. Front and Bond Sts., - Fort Benton, Montana.
HARRIS & STRONG,
PRO RIETORS.
Bfvrer -c aed Sal 6'leS
LIGHT AND HEAVY TURNOUTS
Farmished on the shortest notice. The vehicles are all new and first-clas.s, having been received late thls tall,
and are·ill of the newest and latest make and design.
A specialty is made of
Saddle Horses for Ladies and Gentlemen.
THE BEST OF ATTENTION SHOWN TO TRANSIENT STOCK.
I. G..BAKER, St. Louis, Mo. W. G. CONRAD, FORT BEnTOx.
C. E. CONRAD, FORT MACLEOD.
I. G. BAKER & CO.
FORT BENTON, M. T.
BANKERS, FR{ IGHTERS, INDIAN TRADERS
STEAMBOAT OWNERS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
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
SPROPIRIETOIRS OFB
BAKER & O.'S BONDED LINE,
FROM EASTERfN 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 Noi 219 Olive St.; St. Louis, Mo.
OVERLAND HOTEL
This pop te roet, Fort Benton.
This popular Hotel is situated in the centrp ,f the ton, convenient to the business ho.sed,
and opposite the steamboat landing' A numberof New"Roome-have been recently
uadded, anu nothing isleft dndone whichwFill contribute to the comfort
_;K and convdnience of.guests. ..
S1RoOPiE' lol A.

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