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From 5atu:'day's Dally. Paris ( ibson sent east, al)out 20,-000 pounds of wool on the Benton. In ))some cases sheep) men will cOine 2BN? miles to market their wool at Ben toil, the )het market in the territory. l'aris (; ibso p)urchased 25,000 pounds ,if wool yesterday anmd day before. Prices I:ii ranullge front 20 to 2- cents a pound. Norris r:a.v's hull train pulled out for 1I,1e Coal IUnks to-day., wh(rc it will i!,:- wvit ,_,,'vi(rniu ent freight ifor Fort 1 psvinabilwlb01 (. Settle & lytle sohl yesterhday to Sam Kelly, four lots in block 9, cousidera tion 8100. A trip to WVashingtoi will probably be in order next year. Ma loir \Vallaee reports that there is about, 100,000 pounds of wool 1)between ithe; Judith and Benton, en route to this (ity, and a start in the way of maketing the clip has Ihardly been made yet. W\e were shown yesterday a lot of gold taken from the Yogo gulch this year by Mr. Mel)onald. It looks pretty good, but of course we don't know anything :11b)11t il(e :tniiuiitt (of dirt it was taken from. IT. (C. T1'illinghast, of the C(lendenin taining (n smnieltingcomipany, has been in ill health ever since his last visit to lHenton, and( is at present sojourning at L(.s Vegas, New Mexico, for the benefit ()ft is health. (:. AV. )jvi, thie( si gn'dl service oflieer :at thii pl:ie, :a.dresse(l a brief letter to t h I'(,ord crainlk last eveni.ng, in whichl tl,, 1,'. e. was nicely taken to task for lhis .~ihlilT tirade :'ainst G('en. Hazen :,l,! othelr tii,.,,' oºf I" Ie signal servi'ice. , ..i,.)r. y.terdha,, )put, ill place ithe n ,,', :1tar " ' ( f lt (atho)lic tliurclt, :o,. ve have ll aithlllority that it is the fliit- in the t(Trrito(ry. It w-as ]):ale il (lie ,t:ti1t-. (of . i ll(ttt'lhi .A,1od, (c'Ved HII(n 2 ili, :tI:t ! 1ºr , ý ... . ) -" :l \,t'ry' ll:ttýn -(ºlt, t`( :1l) '11hilr()ok i- r ieported To(ain t'. Mr. M r (,•(,-4 , i :. , la i, n w l.o)el , om pl(te , ( l i(t :I1r 1 it t e! ' (''l' i ºi'r. "lT ' 1Iw :Il(lii i i :> t ) 1e hot l( i-: 2(ix:..., i and giv(. li :i 1 : il ,l'i e(', p:II.l 'r ,A (I I twri)sleep lih r t ºilli-: (lnW 11 .-tai 3"= : 114(1 il( li' 1:1'0'(` --1(t'l iiI-F I'r,',,. :: I l).-s i , irs. Ili. \Vri. ht wilits to ,ive' away his ,st).k in the Wrighlt & Edwards lining (o))1 ' i,: .v I. 11 ,' -S V5 ii -- ri('h. eI(ou 'l~lh 'vit( ,(it it, v-1iue . is E'xl)lai:it'e lby the' f:wl Ihat 11. 1 1" 41ist'eovereol :1. hit lead iii lhe 1e. dislic•t that i 1 :1,tra'iIng i is ,ail to he a rich ',ije and no ni-dake. I' , ,)\vI).,r i. ," th. ltittsi, ur, lead :at I ma 'ier h:a" \'.e s.uiink. a shaft o'ill tle Veini •-evelt v-live fe','i ii tlepl)thl, aini in a day r I" Iw)A will 1iave a whim 1 ompiiipeted by thlie :.i,! ,f which th.], will cout.ine in I he iireeloil; ,I (iuCina. The'er is not much:I sai(I about.) th.is lead, but it is li-ve\i'l lle1..s t)l(e II the best ill tIhle e'luil). .1ike l"oler iiI'orims us that .ran-k .L blric.h :uul( IPat Moyrhant Irave_ ..ruc1k , new lh:,l in th,' 8arkerdisiriet, iot far I'roii I ,e \Vrik'ht & Eaw'irdk, that gives 1o1'il J(I'o i-I ' of IeiI"'i tllte )os i 11 1I O0o Ilthe e:I1111. Tl(y htave :l a Vwell idefined vell I tour 'et i ll \vitll, il 'e ort e leing "a lblc1'k -.ulpullU ret and dubtle*ss very rich. IF. C. I .osevelt & (C.'s. % 7(i)-ch:umlher iset arrivxied o1n tle JBig Hiorn. and is now o.)l exlii)tii (1 i :t their store. It is the iu'.It set of f.I' l ititureP' ever 'otuiglit to Monta11na, if indeed any better is m:anu ii.lat remlt. W\e advise every one of our 'ea(ilel',rs tt :io( and examine it. fo(r tllemt s:lves.. It will fully rep)ay a visit Thr 1 1:i .. eeii rl ,1o1.- . 'TiiI Folirtl 11 wa,. celebrated at Phil trook by : Ilag& raising and a dance in lie , eve\nilg. A.s an instance of how the .1 iuait, er.oinutrv is settling up, we are in 14r4ln1ed1 t hfat there were between fifteen :a1d' tweit'y i:.tolieus present, and1 that there are o'er Iwenty-five, ladies in tthis ~, lo, where trlle('' or our years ago it was c4nt i tfawl ylCet i1 'Z4'P)roIs to) traivel .in - ºaull ,.t ii.s. . e :tckrlovle(lge a pleasant call yes ,rday fromt Messrs. J. H. Eimery and i. !). I:urghirdlt, both of whom are o n Iteuted with the Clendenin mining and siiieting e01ompany. Mr. 1. comes from l1iiter..o to, :rtssume the. mnagmnlent of Ilw busi nc's of the .Cldkifleni.Tiiiing and snielting companiy at Barker, and will leave for his new post of duty Mon day. Mr. I trghar4Lt ta you but we take him to be j.ust sucheia ristler as the camp needs. We predict that he will become popular with Barkerites from tp srgp, i keep posted on the news of Benton rnd surrounding country he has had i his name entered AhP 'the1AWit?@ RivEn PRmEss subscription book. Prof. N. A. Pe has just conluded hl first year's service for the Clenden mining and sme ng copay, ad 'e4 are gIad~ to repot le 'i m de actg ments to remain with the compay nd camp another year, and r yd proay may more. This is good news for --rke= as a few weeks FgoM oss sey con templated Me iihg to the ltte aM his d+ik o tes`z4*i Ml: e ,ca+i news to all. Wee lhardly se how the camp could get talo with ;t him, at least 'it would he av ery difflcult task to fill his place. The professor returns to Ba.ker Monday and will at once proceed to make all necessary arrangements to increase the capacity of the smelter at least six fold. Inside of three months he will be ready to roll out thirty tons of bullion fa day. From Sunday's D.aily. Paris Gibson bought thec wool crop of Land Bros., of the Teton, yesterday. The Blig Horn htikes down the river 40,000 pounds of wool for L,. Gans, jlr. The town of Blackifoot was visited by the fire fiend a few (lays ago, andf the entire town ahnost destroyed. Clifton ],urch, of Bedford, was dan gerously wounded on the 1st instant by the accidental discharge of his gun. The Big Horn made the trip up from -Iismalrck in ten days and ten hours one of the fastest trips of the season. The Union Pacific railroad company agrees to deliver coal at Butte for $8 a. ton by the car load, which the Mhih,.r thinks is a living price. L. G(i.ns, jr., has purchased the wool crop of the following parties: .1. E. I)ickey, Scoffin, Gray & Co., HIedges & Shaffer, A. McMillen and Fred. C. Poole. The prices range from 20 to '21 cents a pound. The Northern Pacific will coIIII nce grading near Bozeman in a f.w days. The Billings 7,Herahld is authority for the staleiment that work on the grade of the Benton branclh will begin befIre the snow ilies.. 4L J1. I f. ,iee, is in receipt o"' a letter I'roi .Jolhn E. Murphy, stating 111t l ;r the present at least la there will be no cliaige' in the anrtie of the firm. of Murlv, Neel & 'Co., or' in the ilit :lwa imelit of its lnisiness. 1. S.. Price, of .'bite Sulphllur Si.igs, is rui in1' i wo staw mills andi hals as s'>i:ted. with himl in ife btusires' his brother' and tbrother-il-li aw, who ha.ve just arrived from the siate-. .The style S'l tihe iirmi is. Pri,"I', ohines & Pri(ce. .1. -1. Marks le.as sublet front Messrs. .Huitilley ('lark itlie noftrac(t ilr ca'rry ing' the m1Iails t'wee'll eleiia. anli XV'llite ullithur Hrin'.'s. iodlei'r Mr. \[iarks' iillal'neIiellt. this hline. a, duriing, the past four years, will irank withi tihe Iest in tilt' territory. A. 1. Is.hler, wr'itiiig f'r1'(ii Ma li'lllen 1 .a Hcletlal party under diate of 24tlh ult.. says: AiIavny new an1id rich goldd:nli' silver iiilie1 . i'. bei1 lo te' t.e i'v dl' y._ ('calisilia' sa.uili)edes t the niew lields ii thi, district. "We have inhahe :i rich strik' il t, o tali0a, -4li) fI't from ii lhe shii ft.'" l ou(1s 1'f huullion fron ]hurklr .ewster dlav. 'There are iiowV 130,10,1) uiids, of bullion 1fr1mi the'e m1i ies il I Rlentonl vaitiiig sshiipment. It twill pr1d):ably be carried down inv the Butte. The liog pile of leavy bars iuiake lquite :a repecet abile aplpearailce on the levee, but we do _not think any one is liable to paek it off. L. D. Burtt, the well knownt wool grower of $miith river, was at . oll" ('reek, yesterday, en route to Ilenton with 60,000 pounds of wool, and will arrive Monday or Tuesday. Mr. Burut resides within sixty miles of Helena. but camne '(,) miles to Benton to market his clip :1and purchase supplies. This will be, we believe, Mr. IMurtt's first visit to the river metropolis. The merchants of :Benton are now realp ing a big harvest. The town is full of wool growers; each of whom will take to his 'home from $~O)i to ~i,000 wort!h of supplies, the staples heeded for tlhe in suitig year. This trade has !ut fairly begun anrd will continue with more or less of a rush for the next four weeks. The aggregate sales of the .eTiton nmer ch .ants for the month of July will be U good maniy hundred thousand dollars. H. J. Wackerlin '& Co. have shipped an hAllmnflense stock of hardware this sea son, so much that with all their ware room they are compelled to leave the bulk of their freight on the levee until their new s bilding is cormpleted. This stock has bien seleC eA I thh grea t est posible care, and with especial refer ence t' the needs of Montanians in that line.' If'.Ab ri is anythingin the way of ha rdffh!ie. 8 have not oi hand and in large supply, it is pretty safe to bet it is not in demand in the country tributary s olo w be but a short. rnIe q ltrLte, a ewe tblished in their new quarters, when they will have without - dQo n ,pCt:oftthe largest and '.M ed chd ' Psed Poplar river, up Severance ffo.'s tcrims loaded with ei 3 fa tlls contemplates a trip 4r 1410. t.m Ao•pa d .O A new boy-tein pounuds--pretty as a peach--just like its daddy--ask Blilly Rowe. Cigars all around. The republican central committee will meet at at Waterman & cIntire's office o(: Tuesday evening, the 18th inst. The purpose of the meeting is to start the political ball rolling. The office of the lHelela & Benton stage comr painy will be established in W. S. Wetzel's building, n1ow occupied by H. P. Riolfe as a law office. Thie change will take place at once. Nate Vestel's fine race horse, Mac leadem, broke its leg at I[elel a on'the morning of the lourth, and has since been shot to put an ell to its misery. Tile animal was valued at 1,00. In making a visit to the Montana dis trict some days ago, Prof. Foss and Jud.e Gray lost tlheirway, and for thirty six hours were without anythinlg to eat and most of the time even without water. They persevered, however, and finally pulled up at N1tihart, the metropolis of the district. WV. H. Burgess leaves this morning for a point 12 miles from Benton (we wont say where) to investigate the merits of a new coal discovery. The indications of a good( vein of coal are excellent, and if it pans out as expected there is mil lions in it--with R]enton only twelve miles away. W\"e hope to see it pan fully as big as anticipated. The Indians about Fo4)rt Walsh are not as submissive as they minight be. The Blackfeet are jputtiing lbrtli ilicir best endeavors to m ake life ii iserable for the (Crees in that vicinii:v., a:nld whenever the Oe(casioli oilers they go for ithe scalps of the latter. Tlte police find it difficult to reitraýil ilu( wratlih - Bla('k feet or pre eliit them f'roli illnfltllging ill ('Xjloits of h!lo o'+'. stc'a linii . Oh, the E'Woo'l 'The w\\ l triai..; i tIlt r,)t'it' iiit t o" lWn es-ter(da. St,: id i o i Fr t. :st'et a ftW littitttes tl :ft.' enirall We' (oilllited 1eni OX-te'al l1 ;t 'i !loet(: + I .'it toi t iI' iº1 o s.ven tl<nd1 poun-ll s, !)( n 1( l the r'at('e al.n til le river, atld Ith+ w 'V'e still (couliir into view ovt' ,iil ullt. At the ainll1 Iti tni at I i'i . t' tI 1:ill t11 ll(I 1, a_.eCln siWvlr Weldl(ll! it- waty (1)OWt" the C(u(tl4I'- th le who114)' 1('setiitE a mIlOSt pl)eta-.tiit_ v\ix'V. \As al w;oul ilarklil't we be liev(, lee;itroi li 't-'ir1- l will .-al.tTi with ºill I ;Ipeer ii"i I1i T2rl t o l'torie,. Livery, Feed and Sale Baker Street, Near Main, Day and Night Herd At lRfa onable laies. HARRIS & STRONG, I'U() IE JTiS. Taken Up. Taken un by the undersigned dluring having time last summer, a dark-bay horse with star in face, both hind legs white, no brands; weight about 750 pounds. The owner can secure the same by prviung property and paying expenses Al keeping. H. S. h;ALL, w-i34t Sand Coulec. 100 Men Wanted. The undersigned need good mill and timber mnci at their saw mill, at Andersonville, near Maiden, in the Warm Spring Mining District. Employment will be given to 100 men who uideratand the business. 1 tf McAI)OW & DEXTER. Taken Up. One dark-bay or brown horse; 14 hands high; 9 years old: white in face; hind feet white; shod all round; no brand Owner can have same by proving property and paying chargc.. J. F. LEE, Sand Coulee. Thoroughbreds. One hundred head of Thoroughbred Short Horn Balls for sale. Color. reds and roans. They are in good flesh. Come and sEe for yourself. W. P. TURNER & SONS. nuy. River, Mf. T. Dissolution of Co-Partnership The tiri heretofore existing under the name and style of Molter & Ells. is this day dissolved by mutual consent, Messrs. Aniton ]M. Holter and Martin IM.IIol ter having purchased the entire (interest of Robert S. Ela in the business. ANTON M. HOLTEIl. "MARTIN M. HOLTER, RO"i '. S ELT,9. HELENA. Montana, March 14, l~2, s The bu.iuess will be contflmedby A. M. HOLTfR & BRO. i.-: Sr~ anno l ·on reem-onePnouril~~ Oat te r verva us:asahie W. J: MINAR, 0UGG IST -- ND- Pharmacist, PI'RO.YT S.T'IY1ET, rFT. HI.3NTo.N - - 1t) N''.N A. a >ALEIN Paints, Oils and Varnish, K.(ep al;wa. on hai dt aI lull an.d 4 n-t coulmpi. stock of line STATIONARtY, Perfinmery, Toilet A rticles, AND NOTIONS. FINE CICARS Oi the choicest and most popular brands arte kept constantly in stock. MEE BROS, BLACKSMITHS, BENTON. - - MONTANA. All work in our line executed4 ' with dispatch and in workmanlike style. ,:pir(',d or aniii.tals s.itd, will i ii 4o thI .ir ii1tejr('s1 t,, (;ill A general line of blacksmith ing done in the best style of the art. MEE BROS., PIONEER STATIONERY HOUSE CRANE & CREEN. W\Vt keep! a full linc of Wlank -lookM_ u and Staitioniery. A i . lie h ' o loks 011 rOUte. (JI.6.,.R8 SMOKING AND CHEWIN6 TUBACCO. All endles vari .tyn of lF'a!icy (;cosis. lToy and Notions. he't't lMu+ic', Musical _1nstrumnit , ('1r.' nmo. anid i'iCtjlrt l'o,-lkCt ('tit 1t r , ( ;onth: s, !':tt'. JEWELRY AT COST TO CLOSE OUT. (':all and examfine our -Wall Pl'Iar and prices. Ct'IA\NE & (;Sl ,lEEN. I tIu.t.ember, opposite the New Hotel. tNew Route! New Management! AN r) REDUCED RATES Bentoil 80thern 8ta8e. Colpanl: • On and after July 1, 1&S2, will run from Benton to Utica, Philbrook, Ubet, Fort Maginnis and intermediate- points and MARTINSDALE, Conn e ti gf With stages for the Yellowstone and Smith River Valleys, over good roads, via Sulphur Springs and Arrow creek, the running time being less than half that of former sichednles. T. C. POWER & BRO., BRnton Agents. MANN'S RANCH, The. Riest, most comfortable, aMd best stopping place on the Baker &oad. S~erid accommodatione, good roor, a well stocked bar, and every attention tgce 'to Tranent Sttck Xsketapnt t ir ach thi piiceajite ads ttract veplace. Te i `Is iotasttedtWto make it an i e to o ar e day. _d 8 Ty10 8 77 '7ý~ HARNESS SHOP Bepaton, Ir. 7. Cheyenne Goods, Chaps, Sad dles, Spurs, Etc., Etc., A Specialty. Repairiin done lower than nl i ai ny 4) r place in the city. L. H. ROSENCRANS, ;4orn r F.r,'roni, ,'li.d 1 niº,1(l st.'raw,' . Ilkmall. Atchison's Trading Post ,IX AtIII.EtN NOt TIil o- F OlI'i General HIerchanll, dise, INDIAN GOODS, lavin:z ret'uo:ed Illy -t-. k " i I}''!t.r i. )+i Ft. M1lailthi. and added at 4,.r',; c.,t 'tml)t ut, ' invr11i\' C t new Go(Td. I ant prepare.d jsupiply ,etthUrv , mui:er. and travetl'r' with as ;oout e an. 'l at ts low tigur.s a:s anI stMtor in.thi: ,~,(1'tiuIi .f thi oll. Itry ltoilde co Fort BW ,ton. J. N . S. ,I'fI'r;ISON. 1882. " ý- _ ý =at-_ ýý Coulson Line! W\VILL UN THEill FL()LWWIN(G A.\ST ANi ELE (GA. NT S1' ETAM EIs :] Dauotah, Wyoming, Josephine, Rose Bud, Big Horn, Leaving Bismarck and Benton once a week. Rates for the East or West furnished on ap plication. The ('oulson Line this year will main tain its excelien.t reputation for Ipro0m1pt delivery of freight consiglcned( to t leir line at any point on the river. For 'Frei't-ht or P(1assen(lger ratte,, :lly to D, W. MARRATTA, ' tyen. Supt.. Iisnun rek. I). T. W. S. WETZEL, Agent, Beniton, Montana. To MASIl, ANDElONTILLZ & MDIIS. wO MWILE' TIE NHORTESIROAD -VIA- Arrow Creek Ranobh, J. CARRUTIHERS, Prop'r, This well known stand Is on the short line route to an.gi saMd thti tMers, bing 90 miles shorter than Kay other routet nd Iarimng th advantage of excelt lent roads and NTo TiU. Loaded teams of over .1.00 pounds 'ill be assisted .p th hill free of chimrge. SJA tc1accnodations for travelers .and stock. QEABS. DXITE, r and iratgist, PIS, MINI. . .A. i 4 JLY.4: ".