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Raided by RemekImu.
On Thursday night of last week Indians raided a number of ranches on the To ton and succeeded in getting away with quite a band of horses. Mr. J. D. Weatherwax Is short six head of work horses, taken out of his corral; John Galbreath loses 22 bead and a floe stallion, which was taken from his stall; Nicquette finds four of his animals gone, and oihers in that locality, we believe, are losers. The raid was made with such skill and adroitness that the loss was not dis covered until next morning, when the rascal ly reds were many miles away. The raiding party are known to be Crees, belonging on the other side of the line, where, it seems, they manage to get rid of all the animalb they can steal on this side. Within the last year Mr. Weatherwax's ranch has been raid ed three times and his horses stolen, and, naturally enough, he begins to think that the business is getting a little monotonous. It would not be difficult to induce him to take the war path. Patrick Pat On* Major J. W. Patrick, the indefatigable or ganizer of colonies for Montana, was put off the Gen. Meade in a willow patch a few miles above Rocky Point and left to rustle for himself in that uninhabited region. It seems that Mr. Patrick nursed and assisted in the burial of one of the small pox patients for which reason the crew rebelled against his coming on board again and announced their intention to leave the boat if the Major was to continue a passenger. This determina tion on the part of the roustabouts of course settled the fate of the Major. He hailed both the Rose Bud and Big Horn but the Captains refused to run the risk of taking him on board. We understand that Rocky Point has quarantined against the Major and altogether he is having a hard time of it with Benton seventy miles away WHAT THE BOATS BRIOtUglT. HKLttA, MAr 14. PAss8NGIR LIsT.-Mrs. Williams, Mrs. W. B. Edgar, daughter and servant, Miss Kelly, M. Carr, Mrs. Howell and child, A. Begg and son, M. E. Milner, Mrs. Sample and family, W. N. Davis and family, Mrs. Jun. kins, Mrs. McGiffln, Mrs. Scott and family, Mrs. Dudley, Mr. Covert, J. B. Jacques,Mrs. McCollough, Mr. Broadwater. MANIraST.-Power & Bro., 1145 pkgs; McKnight & Co., 1210 pkgs; Wackerlin & Co., 471 pkgs; Spencer & Co., 4; Steel & Co., 16; Lanning, 22; Peck and Lacy, 18; C. Scoffin, 1; Bank of Northern Montana, 38; Mrs. Travis, 83; Chas Lehman, 84; W F Sanders, 2; J T Ward, 1; Sandford & Evans, 1; M Reinig, 1; J D Pattan, 6; Herman Bros, 88; Morse; & Brogan, 8; 8 Keating, 23; Curtis & Booker, 17; A McG, 1; Dr. Turner, 3; R Culberteon, 1; John Hunaberger, 2; Jere Sullivan 18; W J James, 1; G C Aiken, 7; R.8 Ford, 1; M & Bro, 2; CJ Knowles, 2; J Todd, 2; C Miller. 2; George Steell,. 7; Hirshberg & Nathan. 7; P Miller, 2; John Carothers, 2; W B Edgar, 2; L Goss, 1; U S Gov't, 216 ; Miss Kennedy, 1; C Birdseye. 25; 0 H Churchill, 1; A C Johnson, 19 head of cat tie. ROBE BUD, TUESDAY MAY 16. PA~SUNGER LIST.-John Tague, Patrick Boyle, Dr. Ingersoll, Jno Krautman, Wm Therburn, W A Fuller, W J Demorist, Mr. Thurly, 8 Walter and man, Wm. Scanlan, J 8 Buford, 8 D Smith and Chas Smith. MaNInsT.-W 8 Wetal, °4 packages, and one car load of lumber, doors and sash; M Foley. 1 barrel whisky ; A M Holter & Bro., 883 pkgA; A P Curtin, 617 pkgs; P Jones, 3 pkgs; Goldberg & Friend, Maiden, 10 pkgs; Murphy, N. & Co., 1227 pkgs, f n car load wagons, one car stoves, one separa. tor and horse power; Kleinschmidt & Bro, 200 sacks of flour ; Lee Esenberg, 7 pkgs; T J Todd, 1 pkg; I G Baker & Co., 1 rack. BIG HORN, MAY 16. PASSENGER LIST.-L H 0Rosencras and wife, R W Smith, A Nathan, S Genzberger, W 8 Baker, Robert Pfantner and family, B Goessman and family, C M Houston, H 0 Cameron, W A Waite, Wm Jellisson, Robt Jellisson, E Jellison, F Jellisson, P H Don navin, C Bushnell and wife. MANIFE8T.-W 0 Conrad, 2 pkgs; C E Coarad, 1; W S Evans, 1; IG Baker & Co, 2; Murphy, N & Co, 1; J B Smith, 1; W H Burgess, 374; M Foley, 15; Dr Stone, 2; W 0 Whe.tly. 1; W 8 Wetzel, 1068; M, N &.Co, 1236; A P Curtin, 17; Hirshberg & Nathan, 218; Baker & DeLor iner, 112; Gans & Klein, 103; Klein schmidt & Bro., 477; W R McMillen, 1; L H Rosencrans, 13 ; A M Holter & Bro, 467; IG Baker & Co., 128. While East Mr. I. F. Churchill secured a large number of handsomely illustrated cards upon which has been printed a special announcement from L. G. Baker & Co. con: corning their big show of now goods, and other matters. The cards will be distributed "gratis for nothing" among the ladies of Bents u and vicinity. erib:l bo.: Es sorrel oe. wed 'WWttau~ I*4 btaba ftS RU TRADE 1tPIOB. I. G. Baker and Co. have received orders for 50 suits, selected from sample and made to order, all of which have given entire satis faction. They have just received a large line of samples of heavier goodi, and among the lot is some very handsome patterns. Coal oil by the car load at Murphy, Neel & Co.'s. An elegant line of fancy and white shirts, collars, cuffs, silkhandkerchiefe, jewelry neckties, just received at Hirshberg & Na than's. Tha most goods for the least money at UMisks & gKless e. H J. Waekerlin & Co. has received by the boats a full supply of Barked wire, root ing, iron, nails, refrigerators and a big stack of the celebrated Charter Oak stoves. This is the time to make your purchases of these articles. One of the finest and best selected stocks of wall paper ever brought to Montana, at M. A. Flanagan's drug store. Murphy, Neel & Co. have received by the boats a general line of canned goods, meats and groceries of all kind. T he most goods for the least money as GSans *. neinsj3. Abundance of roofing iron at Wackerlin's. For fine Stetson hats go to Hirshberg & Nathan's. A large stock of liquors, all the favorite brands, just received at Murphy, Neel & Co.'s. For wall paper, either plain or fancy de signs, all grades go to Flanagan's drug store. I. G. Baker & Co.'s dry goods and notion department is now replete with everything that can be wished for in those lines. The stock has been selected with special care and the ladies of Benton and the country tribu. tary will find, upon examination, that it is the most complete selection of dry goods, dress goods, fancy goods, notions etc. ever brougbt to Benton. Everybody is invited to call and look through. The "post goods for the least money at tans a hielanl. Hundreds of kegs of nails at WackerliD's. Murphy, Neel & Co.'s new stock of stoves has arrived. A choice 14 of chandeliers, lamps, etc., very cheap at M. A. Fianagan's. Murphy, Neel & Co. make a specialty of groceries, hardware and liquors. Every Coulson boat brings them new goods. No more high prices in clothing. Hirsh berg & Nathan are selling at states prices. Straw hats by the thousand-for men and boys-just opened at L. G. Baker & Co.'s. When you come to Benton be sure to call on Gans & Klein. Barbed wire at Wackerlin's. Dr. William Turner ts a practitioner of twenty years' experience. Be gives p:ompt attention to professional calls. A new stock of Charter Oak stoves just re. ceived at Wackerlin's. I. G. Baker and Co. have an immense stock of boots and shoes which they are selling out at very low figures. Ganes & KU Ai have Just received the finest lime ,t Hats as er beuagat to Ben ton. eo and ste ahem. Spring elotbing is now being received at Gans & Klein's. The best and largest atock of clothing can be found at Hirshberg & Nathan's. Goods are arriving daaiy at Gas. & SKlean's. Remember that 1 G. Baker & Co.'s cloth ing deparament is complete in every respect. The boats have brnught in their new stock for spring and bummer wear. All orders sent by mail to Gans & Klein will receive prompt attention; goods and prices guaranted. There is nothinu in the hardware line you can not secure at Wackerlin's. Those nobby spring suits around town, come from the clothiers of Montana, Gane & Klein. The largest and belt selected stock of hats and caps ever brought to Bf Wton has been opened the past week at I. G. Baker & Co.'s. Birshberg & Nathan sell more clothinD than all the rest of the stores in. Benton. H. J. Wackerlin & Co. make a specialty of miners' tools of all kinds. The meot needs for the leas c money at Idass a Skin's. IG. Baker & Co. have just received a larje Invoice of Oalifornia flannels. Wackerin has a large stock of refrigers. A large stock of boots and shoes just opened .t Blrshberg & Nathan's. As '" ' de ts's. 'ouqas ead usils of all kinds and sizes wi pu _* q tity; barbqa wire; lawo , awst all kinds and sIb stek, buldHers' kardwah Iobufonud u cWre. WI ~4 w~Ie~le ard~r ones. Patoes Glorious Month -:FOR: BARGAINS'! WE WILL OFFER. DURING THIS MONTH, OUR ENTIRE STOCK AT A SMALL MARGIN. This Stock invoices $15,000 of Staple and Most Desirable Dry Goods. con sist ag of large lines of Dress Coods, Black Coods, Silks, Satins, Shawls, Suits and Circulars, COTTON AND MERINO UNDERWEAR, ROUSE FPRMSRING GOODS, LINENS, ETC., FLANNELS, CLOTHS, AND CASSIMERES. Lace Curtains, , White Coods, Hosiery, Cloves, Laces, Ribbons, 4S -+RIOH TRIMMINGB4.PI" Corsets, Millinery, Jewelry, Prints, Cheviots, Cottons and Cinghams. A a vaerlarge rine of Qarpets, Rugs, Matts, Hassooks, and Oil 0loths. SEWING kCHKINXS. Agents for EXCELSIOR. ROYAL ST. JOHN AND HOUSEHOLD SEWING MACHINES. STAMPING TO ORDER Buying all er gioda strctly for cdeb. mad in Isege gqautldes than way heose in our line, we are aeabiea to afar umay taub b rgalas approea able. O©W pRies VOs AL honesy .m. d ae alt tiaesa I -oods are not daddyahtoq * Bker fllioriuier, Broadwater, McCulloh & Co., POST TRADERS, Fort Assinaboine,. Montana, Branch House: Connection: C. A. BROADWATER & CO. Broadwater, McNamara £ Co. Wholesale and Retail Dealers, POST TRADERS, :WILDER'S LANDINC, - MONTANA. FORT MACINNIS, MONTANA. -1)EALERS IN General Merchandise, -:o: WE CARRY A FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL MERCHAN DISE DEMANDED BY TRADE OF THE T RUITOIY. The Phoenix Call and see me in my new quar ters, one door above the Overland Hotel. BERNARD B. TIERNEY DRINKS, 1a24 CENT.S MONTANA STABLES REOPENED. The well known and popuher Montana Stables, on the corner of Main and Butte streets, have been re oj.ened under the per oval wanagtment haft of Chan. Crawford. The best Hay and reed to be bad always on hand, and careful and attentive host lers in attendance. VA MD. Thanking my many patrons for past favors while to the bu-inese, I will be clad to meet thtm agaan and as many new friends as may come. and wi l atwa3s try to deserve their patronage. CHAS. CRAWFORD+ STRAYEZI OR STOLEI. From month of Marias, wh te mare Mule, no brand, weight, 900. B own Hoene, brandid ST on left hip, about 10 years old, weight 950. Bay liorwe. scar on left hind leg, may be branded. A liberal reward will be paid for information that will lead to their recovery. Fort Benton, May 4, 1882. RICUARD STANTON. HERD. The undersigned will keep a herd during the season, beginning to-day, and will be prepared to take charge of all horses and mules, giving strict anti prompt attention to the herd at all times. Can be seen at the old Benton stables. I have twenty head of horses and mules for sale, suitable for any purpose. They can be seen at the Benton teable Corrall. 29tf W. H. W RIGHT. RIENICKE HOUSE, Sun Rivor Leavings. This HInuse i, situated on the Helens and Benton rtnd )ust a nice day's drive from Penton. mueking it the most convenient stopping place on the road. It is arept in flrat.c'ase a yle, and has the very beet of ac commodations for travejers on the road, GRAXD CENTRAL RESTAURANT Opposite the Court House, RAIN uTREET, FORT BtNTOI . ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. This houe has no equal in the Northwest. Its table is flled with every inuxry which epicures may desire. The interior of the di, Ing-room is admirably arranged. btylen a strices to suit every taste. BULLETT & MARTIN, Lessees. WOOL! I am prepared to pay the highest market prise for Montana Wool delivered at the dif. fert't shipping points in the Territory. Mr. W. T. Eldridge, of Boston, will be associated with me in wool buying and will give his personal attention to the hbusness in Western Mongae. Letters will reachbim if mailed to him at Helena. My postmo e addrem will be Fort Beaton. PARIS CIBSON. WAWNTS gr.*atclms teep 1Shoorer, rae who is an expert at Q0 G wages wil re ass A s esoomtoPRS N ' _ = reet ft arog E d Choteau House NEW HOTEL. Thoroughly Befitted and Newly Furnished. JERRY SULLIVAN, Proprietor. Conducted on first-class principles. Everythine new, neat and attrac ive. Feeling assured that I can offer the very best of accommodation, I respectfully s licit the patronage of the public. PRICES REA4ONAeLE*. THE LARGEST AND BEST HOTEL IN CHOTEAU COUNTY. CENTENNIAL HOTEL BENTON, MONTANA. R. S. CULBERTSOI, PROP RU ETOR. 1EW AND COOFORTABLE ROOMS, With or without fire The house has be' n recently enlarged and new sleeping rooms added. Boaid by the d4.y or week. Special rates given regular boarders. Coach Passengers wishing to step at * this House will please Ineorfa the drivers. CABINET SALOON, AL. LESTER, Prop'r. HUGHES CITY, " MONTANA. The best quality of LIQUORS of ALL KIND, CHOICE CIGARS, Milwaukee Bottled Beer. The lovers of good things are invited to call at the Cabinet, where they will a.ways And the best quality of articles in my line, and kind treatment. 24 AL. LESTER. BENTON & PARIER STAGE LINE, WILL CARRY Passeupers, lail & IIress latter Between Benton and the Barker Mining Camp, at reasonatle rates, and Make BI-Weekly Trips, Leaving Benton on Mondays and Thursdays and the Camp on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Mood accom modations *nd fart time. D. G. BRI'WNS, Agent at Benton. CAPT. JACK KILLALLY, Agent at the Mines. W. A. OLDEN, Manager. Benton and Maainsdale STAGE LINE. Carries the United States mail to aP points on the Line. Pats-t nets and express taikeu through to the SIITH RIVER and the YELLOWSTONE Tni -Weekly Trips! Leaves Benton Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at T o'clock avd arr ves on Tuesdays Thurs days and Saturdays. t The Only Route To the JIith Bsil & B i FtLa.I ilis I DAVID 0. B3OWE, moeten Agent. C. J. M*e1AMAUA, Agens at Frt Ae& gimnis. sPUNW)ER 3 *3, Agent at White sulphur springs. 3. H. CLENDENW LIN, Agsut at MM Ilmedate. G(1. Accouation for Traellers '5 W. A. OLDEN, EAWAVUU*