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The railroad fare from Butte to Ogden is $32.50. A hurdy house has been opened in the pious town of Bozeman. Blonde Alice, of Butte, has departed hence by the laudanum route. The next conference:of the M. E. Church, South, will be held at Butte. There are. fourteen working lodges of Good Templars in the Territory. Five prisoners from Miles City were booked at the Deer Lodge prison last week. It will require another week of court at White Sulphur Springs to clear up the docket. Wheat sells for $2.00 and $2.50 in the Sielena market. The extra grade, suitable for making a choice article of flour, is rather. scarce. The Garfield Mining and Milling Company has been organized on a new basis : You may change it and name it whatever you will, But the scent of the fraud will hang around still. 8 Engineer Chenowith, of the Northern Pa cific party, has gone to Washington City to look up hischances of being appointed Sur veyor General of Montana. Pat Wickham, of lower Boulder, is only thirty-six years old and has a family of thir teen living children. Pat thinks he can score at least a dozen points more. The Mullen Pass tunnel for the Northern Pacific railroad will be 8,800 feet in length and it is estimated that it will require fifteen months to construct it. A goodly portion of the work will be done this winter. A shooting affair between two whites and the same number of Indians at Stevensyille, Bitter Root vallgy, resulted m the death of one of the noble reds. The whites are now apprehending trouble with the Indians. kManford Bennett discovered a bear's den as the road from Bozeman to the Yellow at.. recently and last week in company with another gentlemen, concluded to give Bruin battle. The Doctor who is attending the case.at Bozeman thinks Bennett will re cover. Melrose is a bad place. A few days ago Harry Gassett was robbed there of a pocket book containing $1,000 in money $1,060 in ehecks. The thief generously returned the latter. Wm. J. Kirby has been arrested on suspicion of having committed the theft; but the proofs against him are very meager. The Bozeman Fair has been postponed until September, 1882, on account of the un favorable condition of the weather. The disappointment to the association, and those who were on hand with articles and stock for exibition, was very great. The Society had gone to a great deal of expense in the way of preparation for the exhibition, much of which is a dead loss. Mr. Isaac Greenhood, of the firm of Greenhood, Bohm & Co., of Helens, an nounces that he will give a. fie gold watch as a premium to the best lady declaimer un der the age of fifteen years, the question of elocutionary merit to be decided by a cem. mittee of three disinterested citizens. This is a liberal offer and the young misses 'of the Helena school are already working diligently t secure the prize. It is no pleasant thing to be a countycom missioner in Custer county. Not long since the Grand Jury fired off a lot of -rhereases and resolutions at the honorable shoard asking them to step down and out for the public weal, and only last week a saloon keeper attempted to kill D. L. McMillen, the chairman of the Board. On the whole we would rather hire out as a lion trainer than accept the position of Commissioner down there. A north bound passenger train on the Utah & Northern railroad was thrown from the track, near Snake River, Idaho, on the 18th inst., by a displaced switch, and several cars;were smashed up in approved style. The passengers escaped without injury but soon after the accident a man named Miller, bound for Butte, complained of severe pains in the back and suddenly falling to the ground ex pired. As he received no injury it is sup posed he died of heart disease. A number of the citizens of Dawson coun ty petitioned the Governor, asking for the organization of their county. The question of executive authority in the premises was submitted to the Attorney General of Mon tana and that officer decides that the law enacted by the last Legislature attaching Dawson county to Custer and making the Commissioners of the latter ex officio Com missi oners if the former takes from the Gov enor any power to 'organize said county. The Dawsonites must wait until the next Legislature convenes before they can run their own affairs. New Art Gallery, HELENA, M. T 1 SARBDGROVE& SCHIUITZi Rave opened a lhoograpl; galr e. on the sorer of Broadway and Jackson street, in the: nterna tlonal .ail. They araprepared to do .hoto0 phliI ii all itsfra ihes, 'asteas, India Ink and water Color work, from lock et pictures pp, and at prices to suit the timeas CENTElNN IA Ll HOTELI BENTON, MONTANA. R. S. CULBERTSON, PROPRIETOR. NEW AND OOIFORTABLE RO0 IS With or without fire. The house has been recently enlarged and new sleeping rooms added. Board by the day or week. Special rates given Regular Boarders. Passengers on Coaches wishing to Step at this House will please Inform the drivers. TO TOURISTS, TRAVELLERS AND FR ElCHTERS I I have just reitted the House known as the 38-Mile Spiags, in the best manner for the recep tion and entertainment of the traveling public, and in addition have purchased a Fine Livery Team amd Carriage for the purpose of carrying Tourists to the Great Falls Also Tents, Fishing Tackle, Guns, and Sporting Goods of Every Discription for their SPECIAL ENJOYMENT. Tourists willnot only find everything at my House for their Comfort and Enjoyment, but they may also enjoy a period of relaxation and pleasure at the Falls, Through Travelers will find Splendid Meals and ac commodation at reasonable prices. Frefghters will find Everything they may require for themselves or stock.' I have a full stock f Canned Goods, Seeats, Liquors, Cigars ad Tobaccos, and c an offer the best inducements r thei r patronage. Everything is neat, clean and at ctive A. J. VANC.. THE GREAT BURLINGTON ROUTE ! c. B. & Q. R. R. The People's FAVORITE ROUTI, is acknowledged by the Press and the traveling public, on account of its superior equipments, smooth steel laid track, iron bridges, and obliging train officials, to be the most do sirable route from MONTANA And the Great Northwest toi CHICAGO And the East via Omaha. This is th,4 only line run ning the 1-.wheel Plllman Palace Sle1epin Cars. Palace sltaag Care, Lux urlses Day Coaches, through troem Omaha to Chicage witheut Ch]ange. This popular route makes a specialty of carrying their second class and emigrant passengers on fastex press trains, inwell ventilaetd and cushioned coaches, equal to cars used for first class passengers on other roads. Emigrant passengersare carried through from Omaha to Chicago and St. Louis without delay. The Chicago Bnrlingto & S Uincy I. R. As the Wept and Q=tchestes.oa e trom Omaha so st. Lenis and eSouth. erw Polats. Punllmba Sleeping Cars re run through from Omaha to St. Louis without change, arriving in St. Louis onem hour in advance of trains by competing lines. STickets by thip popular route for sale at all the ofllces in the Northwest to Chicagoand St Louis, and to all points last sad South. Ask for your tickets by the Chicago Barlington & Quincy aliroad. All information abetUt rates of fae, aleeping oar ac commodations, tinme tabl, etc. will be charfaully General Psis A tr (gea Cb - T. J. POTT E *eneral aanar Ohisag. GO EAST. hicgo & orth Western RAILWAY. 2,390 MILES OF ROAD. .The Suns, SHOwr and s4B route between St. Paul, Fort Pierre, CHICAGO AND IILiAUKEE. And allpoints East and North, also Council Bluffs and Chicago. In addition to PULLMAN HOTEL CARS, and to please all classes of travelers, it gives FIRST-CLASS MEALS at its Eating Stations, at 50' eents each. Its Track is Steel Rail! Its Coaches are the Finest ! IteEquip ments First-Olass Its-Trains are all equipped with Air Brakes! Mliller's Couplers ! and all Modern Improve ments, all of which, combined, permit-the FASTEST SPEED.. SURE AND CLOSE. CONNECTIONS, and. everything a passenger can desire to make a jerney Quick, Pleasant and Comfortable: "talPULLMAN SLEEPERS ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS. It is the ,PEOPLE'S FAVORITE ROUTE., Regular connections with the )Northern Pacific to Bismarck and the Upper Missouri River. At Council Bluffs the Through T'rains of the Chi cago & North-Western. and the Union -Pacific I'ail ways depart from, .arrive.ataand use the same joint Union Depot. If you Wish the Best Traveling Accomodations you will buy your tickets by this Route I ANAND WILL TAKE NO OTHER, All Ticket Agents ean sell you 'rThrough Tickets via this road and Ocheek usual Bagga e F . of Charge. Omaha Ticket O+tslee-18324 Farnam & ert, (er. 14th, n4 a Unidn Depot. C.enncit: Blua Ticket Rees-- or. Broad Swa r er Ct -W. I.ailway Depot, an Union Pacie Transfer Depot, Ir Intermion, folders, naps, 6W., notobtalna3ble at ' Zome Ticket e, address any agent of AtIdCom Marvin 'Hughitt, W H. Stennett, Mn klanager, en'l Pass. Agent ONsQAOO, IlL. BENTON & BARKER STAGE LINE, WILL CARRY Passenlers, Mail & Express Matter Between Benton and the Barker Mining Camp, at reasonable rates, and Make BI-Weekly Trips, Leaving Benton on Mondays and Thursdays and the Camp on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Good accom mIodations and fast time. W. S. WESZBL, Agent at Benton. CAPT. JACK KHrLA.LLY, Agent at the Mines. W. A. OLDEN, 44 Manager. C. M. LANNING, -DEALER IN Watches, Clocks,Jewelry BT. JOHN STREET, Fort Benton, Montana. mweral Eep irer of Watchea, Clocks, Gana, Patos, I cwlng achines, Etc. All kinds of work. doe is a workmanlike maaner. o.nIm BIT NAIL P OLPTLY ATTUMDXD TO THE COSMOPOLITAN! MT. G. ALLEN, Preprietor. This nest, attractive and new resort keep cqnstantly on hand a, large and choice stoek of the fnest wines. liquors and cigars. Notl~ing but the best is allowed to pass over the bar. FISHER'S HALL ! Froat Street, Oernm of St. John. FORT BENTON. The undersigned has reitted the well known stand, formerly Lilly's Ball, and has stacked the Bar with the cheicet Wines and Liquors, And the beat brands of ,NITIP AID DOM STIC CIG.AS. And cordially invites his old friends and customers to visit him at his new place. No pains will be spared to make this the most popular resort in Bentez. 41 JOHN FISHER. J, G. BOURASSA, Exchange Saloon FT. BENTON, - RIONTAiNA. This popular saloon is kept in flrst-class style, and has constantly on hand a choice assortment of WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, OF' TrrL VERY BEST BRANDS. hainhStreet, Fort Benton, .. *helcest Wines and Liquors, THE OC RATID) Bultar Cigars. - J. J. MUR Y, Proprietor. BA.. DI.... -T I ~ I . XaW aS, ocnt .W to o(ab anu FORT BENTRO. JOHN C. LIL.LY, Proe or, The very bet Wines, Liquors and Oiga.rs Kept oonstantly on had. "THE EIITE' Corner Front and Benton Sta FORT BENTON, - RONTANlA. A ONOIOI LOT O. Whiskies, W oes and Cigars ALWAYS ON HAND. MARSHALL & WILSON, Prop'ra, TheElite is the most popular resort in the upper part of town. Drop in and have a friendly chat THE BENTOi SALOON J. C. WARD, Prop. A choice assortment of the very finest Wines, Liquors, Ales and Beer always in stock, I make a speeialty of FINE CIGARS. All Drinks and Cigars Reduced to 12 1-2o, Call and see me. 3J. C. WARD, MJain St., Benton. LESTER'S CLUB ROOMS .aMin Street, Fort Ben on. ST. LotUS BEEJi: Wi nes, ,iquors &,.Cigars STHE SU LTAA CIGAR, All in fuall lines, and served in the very best style. Overlaud Billiard Pa or Jfext to OverlandHBel. WINES,00 UWOR & GISARS OQ T S DR ANDB. All Drinks in Seasori. - wD. ?RUsON. NEW AND, FRE SH 0G0D31 Just received and in transit greatly exceed former purchases, in low prices, quality and quantity. oT. . PoER RD. Will present during the season the finest lines of Stock for the Retail and Jobbing Trade in Ever biight to Benton. It is complete in every department, and close buyers will find it to their interest to give it careful examination. we make a specialty of fancy groceries a ni, no~. lties, as well as carry the staple Aneb .o the wholesale market demanded in the Territory. Our purchases this season as the largest ever made for Montana, and are especially neavy in Canned Goods, Fancy Groceries, Cigars and Tobaccos. WAGONS A"D AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS! All the styles of wagons and carriages used in Montana, of the very best make and mate. rials, from the heaviest freight wagon to the light carriage or phaton. We are the Largest Dealers in the Territory In.every variety of FARMINC MACHINE OR IMPLEMENT including threshing machines, reapers and mowers, hay rakes, sulky plows, beam plows, wind mills, and all the tools and machinery used in modern farming, And Can Sell Cheaper Than Any Otlher House Ladd's Tobacco and Hill's Extra Tobacco Sheep Dij We are making a specialty of sheep dip and recommend the above as the cheapest, safe and most effective. Also other dips, of which sheep men can get what they want cheaper than anywhere else. CENERAL MERCHANDISE, Consisting of Clothing, boots and shoes, and every article required in the Indian and fur trade, a large supply of the best grades. The most diversified stock in Benton. Everything a Stockman, Farmer, Miner or Mechanic Wants, at the Very Lowest Rates. We pay the Highest Prices for Hides, Furs and Peltries, T. C. POWER BiRO. FOR THIRTY DAYS OPNLY. .-o---o GRAND CLOSINb OUT SALE AND NO HUTMBUG! IAT Hirshberg & Nathan's We will sell our entire stock of SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS I SHOES,T'gUIKS, VALISES, ETA. Regardless of Coat, li oeri to mlae ooem for ear vwy heavy Winter Stock, which Is noem on the way else to Bente.. This is n0 advertisisg dodge. We mean bpsineus, and will: do wha we say. Our spring stock has arrive.4ate this season; and not wishing to eorry it over, we hab decided to close it out. We have the largest stock in our line in Beaton, and will not .1 undersold by any ene. Try us and be convinced. HIIRSHBEIRG & NATHAN, Front St., Fort Benton, M. T. II .J II , I- - . Ir I- _ . II II I - WRIGHT & EDWARDS MIINING COM6PAN OFFICE, FORT BENTON, MONTANA. - 0 CAPITAL,$ 1,000,000. 500o,00 SHARES. Own the:-Wright & Edwards Mines and Mill Site Attached. SoT ;m wX. POWBU, U. L. WBaeta', JOsi EP I .* , fi.. .O.*LL@L 3. 3. DOe4NIaL1Y. a8ER H. HILL, President J. J. DONNELLY, secretary, SL. WRIGHT, Vice President. t. COLLINS, Treasirer: A!imited number of shares of Treasury stock Is offered for sale at 50 cents per share Until further adyinced without roatto.