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L. E. MIN-SON.
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:.r"n JctrTeion. Frank Vells
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Municipal Officers of VirginiaCity.
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ti r )"o~r'-A. Ritchie.
icunwv O-Tel'rs or Madison County.
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~r" wn.ry lon; that pathless coast,
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A: : i.·. t. tie cold, thin atmo-phere,
S i w., ', to the welcome land,
I -!1 t·ho dark tight is near.
Ar t.at toil shall end;
. -t t!:u finul a suwmer home and rest,
A: i 5 t. a n ).g thy fellows ; reeds shall
, : r thy shelterd nest.
T. u'rt gmn-, the abyss of heaven
Hlat, -waiw,~l up thy form; yet, on my
v , .. i th sunk the letson thou hbit given,
At l -,..ill not soon depart.
11 , , frotn z,:ne to zone,
G-- t . the boundless sky thy certain
: , i ng. way that I must tread alone,
11il leail my steps aright.
!ladleon County Union Primary.
'Pu--',r.t t., the call of the Union County
.nt.l ,i, a Convention of Union voters of
V-: A Cityv :.nemnblod in the Court room at
:,;. l-.r, .-- ,, o'clock p. m., on Saturday
.1 tt,-tan:t. for the election of delegates
t'. 1 t:, nin, County Convention on the 7 th
M,1ap.:g call.d to crder by Col.F. C. Deim
,.r. ..alrinn of the Union County Conven
I n r:..on, Col. F. C. Deimling was elected
.a:l pro toern. a:nd Ja. H. Mills Secretary
r,, Itm. for preliminary organization, and
wriere .i. -,uezntlv confirmed on permanent
. n , 1 ttI, l.
inr, . ti,.,, t.e Convention agreed to an
T'T,:T 'r , ,:tiio of all candidates, and the
*:'at r,.:-i mng the highest number of ballots
t tn tthe ,iol,.:;te to the County Convention.
n . : '1 .n. J. L. Corbett and Jas. H. Mills
- t ....' ., t - T"ll ,rs.
Fift -e; Ir..cis were put inrnomination,and
th bi.ti,,Lt b-ing c:L-t and tallied, the follow
r.4 ~rt.t:nmen were found to have received
tha' : - u..,inu r of votes cust.
J lt' tw.,-,n. Dr. Muaingbro, J. T. Hen
- :,. 11 -:in Cummings, J. T. Conner, D.
11. We,-t. 1r, D. E. Taylor, E. HI. Bartlett.
'.i:. I. -l. they were declared the unani
Sr,. ice of the Convention.
'n . Inn, it was declared to be the sense
,. . me aln; that the delegates should go
itt tbe Convention, unpledged to any candi
iat,. tr: I -huuld unite earnestly, in selecting
the abl'-t. in,-t reliable and competent candi
:ateý f ,r the Legi.lature and different County
:. rnJm.te. was very large, harmonious,
Si " '.t:u .:tic,-, and adjourned with three
u- tr., ch,,r, ar.d a tiger for the success of
:., f, . I partv.
l9. C. DEIMLINO, President.
~A . i. MI It..<, S cret.try.
S"lon Primary-S--terling DIstrlct.
A mn un of th' Union voters of Sterling
'°nct. Mahli.on, County was held August
i:. 1]7. D. F. Percival was appointed Presi
4 :.t i: ti J M. Fish, Secretary.
An fctui-n ras held for delegates to the
ourty Convention, and D. H. Hopkins and
M. FE.h were duly elected.
r"n mrotion, it was unanimously resolved
at Mr. J. M. Fish is the choice of this
mretrct a:a coanhdulate far a member of the
.u-e of relresentatives.
nr motrion, adjourned.
D. F. PERCIVAL, President.
M. FIa. S."Cretary.
Primary In Nevada.
At a meeting ot the Republicans, held at
N l.j: City on the 3d instant, pursuant to a
:1 1f the Central Committee, the following
Lir..dj p .rsons were duly elected to the Coun
"Y C unveution at Virginia City, August 7th,
I1r. J S. Mlrn e, neiij. Egelston and Wn.
BENJ. EGELSTON, President.
' n ITI. Ai's ru,. Secretary.
-"a iCity. M. T., Aug., 3d, 1867.
Sfllcwring are the nominees of the Dem
;sHIt C('onvtion of Madison County.
ng to our forms having been closed on
ndaey Pveuing. before the Coavention
''---. we .site it complete.
%'nril-JutlIe Davis, Madison; Major Wat.
nIBn. B·a ,eheadl.
"un-,c`atn Word. F. E. W. Patton, F. Cope.
er.-'-Julge J. L. McCullough.
A"M''or-J ,hn Vanderbilt.
'Acorder-Wm. H. Rogers.
"milhoners-Robt. Conway, P. 3. EIans,
t' r C .r -Dr. L. Daems.
bat·e Judge-Wm. . Lovell.
brtct Attorne -Jno. Ritchie.
- or -r-Col. Dae Ls.
btFt. ·f Instructi-Jo - Thraser.
The V ales Term'to asI rC.re1saa~m
The Union Territorial Convention for the
nomination of a Delegate to Congre am-'
bled in the Theatre builiabg, Wood etreet,
Helena, at 12 o'clock m., onm 8etrday, the
3d day of August.
The Chairman of the Territorial Commit
tee opened the pr ceedings by reading the call.
A temporary organisation was erectd by
appointing lion W. I1. Claggett, of Deer
Lodge, temporary Chairman, and Ges. Martin
Beem, of Madison, temporary Secretary.
On taking the chair, Mr. Claggett ad'ressed
the Convention in a few appropriate remarks,
which were enthwsiaatically applauded.
(On motion o01 J. J. Williatan, of Edgerton,
a committee oon'.i-tung of one from each
county wis appointed on credentials.
In accordance with the motion, the chair
appointed the following gentlemen : T. C.
Evert:, of Madison; N. '. Langford, of Ed
gerton: Geo. W. Bruck, of Deer Lodge; N.
Merriman, of Jeller.-on; Thos. M. Pomeroy, of
Missoula; Lestar Wil-on, of Gallatin; Hler.b
field, (proxy) from Beaverhead; i'ope (proxy)
fromn Bi. Ilorn; 'Capt llu'bhell, of Chateau.
On motion ,t Judge Pomeroy, of Miw-oul.a
the committee on credentials were inttructed
to act also as committee on the Older of
Mr. La.ntfornl. of E lerton, moved that a
committee of five be appointed on permanent
orgatIa tiomton-ca rried.
The chair appointed the following en naid
commuittee: Frank Taylor. of Edgerton; E.
L. Pi att. of Madi-on; Geo. W. Irwin, of Deer
Lodge; J. R. liubbell, of Choteau; A. M. Tor
Lett, of G l.atin.
On urotion of Siimmon. of Deer Lolge, the
committee on credentials were instructed to
On motion of Judge Pomeroy, of Mi:soula,
the Convention adjuuined for fifteen minutes,
until the c(omrnittee were prepared to report.
Lpuon the ret:samtbing of the Convention,
the c h: irman of the committee on credentials
submitted the lollowing report:
Bea et head County -L. I1. IIers'field,
(prol); Win. Chum.oero. tprox); C. C. ifu t
ey,. (prox); Joceph MciJ.e, James Gsbaon,
(prix for C. S. Ream).
Big horn County-J. M. Gorman, N. ope,
('Choteau County--George Steell, J. B.
Deer Lodge County-W. W. Jones, J. A.
Carey, A. W. AdaIms. A. J. Simmons, Prof.
C. I;arbour, W. If. Claggett, G. W. Irw;n, G.
W. Black, G. M. McFarland, S. W. Blhkely,
(prox): f. J. Patterson.
Edgerton County-C. S. Ingersoll. Frank
Taylor. N. P. Langford, J. J. Williams. R
3McNeil, J Calkins, S. L. Watson, L. C. Mil
ler. John Potter, Jams Fergus.
Gallatin County-G. A. McDonald. J. E.
Hall, A. M. Sinito, Wilson Ihays, W. Frizier,
C. hHidges, (prox); Wim. Alderson.
J-fferson County-John P. Belding, J. M.
Robin., (Belding, prox); F. G. Merrill, N.
Merraman, C. P. Freeman.
Madison County-lies. L. IIosmer, 'T. C.
Evarts, E. L. Pratt, A. S. Hall, ('. C. E'-art,
prox); N. J. Davis, James Gibson, J. D. Lo
max. (T. C. Jones, prox); J. S. Lott, (Blake,
proz); C. D. Everett, (J. B. Chapin, prox);
Missoula County-T. M. Pomeroy, O. H.
Clements. C. J. Hunt. (G. M. Pinney and T.
M. l'omeroy, proxie).
On motion, the report was accepted and
adopted and the committee discharged.
It was moved and carried, that a committee
to consist of one from each county, be ap
pointed to draw up a platform.
The chair announced the following ge..tle
men as said committee: H. N. Blake, (proz)
from Madison; C. Barbour, of Deer Lodge; C.
S. Ingersoll, of Edgerton; A. M. Smith, of
Gallatin; Judge Chumasero, (prox) of Beaver
head; N. Pope, (prox) from Big Horn; George
Stoell, of Choteau; Beldeo, of Jefferson; Thoe.
M_. Pomeroy, of Mi+soula.
On motion of T. C. Evarts, of Madison. the
Convention adjourned until 24 o'clock p. m.
Convention met pursuant to adjournment,
W. II. Claggett in the c air.
The committed on p anent organisation
reported as follows:
Mr. Pre.-ident : Your committee on perma
nent organisation beg leave to respectfully
report that they have selected to act as the
permanent officers of this Convention: N. P.
LangforJ, President; A. J. Simmons, Vice
President; Martin Beem and Wesley Jones,
Secretaries; all of which is respectfully sub
mitted. F. TAmLoa, Chairman.
On motion, the report was accepted and
adopted, and the committee diecharged.
The chair appointed a committee of three
consisting of Chief Justice II. L. ilosmer, of
Madison; Geo. Irwin, of Deer Lodge, and C.
P. Freeman, of Jefferson, to conduct Mr.
Langford to the chair.
The gentleman on taking his seat thanked
the Convention for the honor they had con
ferred upon him, and made a few remarks ap
propriate and pertinent to the labors which
the Convention was called upon to perform;
spoke of the relative positions in which the
two great parties of the country stood towards
each other, and closed with the expressed con
viction that, no matter who the nominee of
the Convention would be, we were certain of
triumphantly electing him on the 2d of Sep
The gentleman, during his address, was fre
The committee on order of business sub
submitted the following report:
MR. PaasDzoar-The Committee on the
Order of Business beg leave to submit the fol
1st-Report of Committees.
2d-Nomioations for Delegate to Congress.
3d-Balloting for Delegate, each delegate
to be entitled to one vote-proxy, do.
4th-Appointment of Territorial Central
T. C. EVaRTs, Chairman.
On motion of Dr. Jas. Gablon, of Madison,
the report was accepted, and on motion of
Judge ilosmer, it was adopted and the com
Mr. A. W. Adams, of Deer Lodge, intro
duced the following resolution, which was
Resolved, That members and reporters of
the press be invited to a seat within this Con
On motion of George Irwin, of Deer Lodge,
Mr. Claggett was invited to address the Con
vention for a space of fifteen minutes, until
the Committee on Resolutions were ready to
Mr. C. made a very brief but eloquent and
patriotic little speech. giving a warm endorse
ment to the sentiment of Speaker Colfax, that
"-those who love the flag mutt rule the coun
try," and its utterance brought down the house
with round after round of applause. The
gentleman alluded to the fact that he would
probably have a better opportunity of ad
dressing them, and concluded with the hope
that the members of the Convention would
sacrifice everj thing but honor for the success
of the Union party of the Territory.
The Chairman of the Committee on Plat
form (Capt. Blake, of Madison county), pre
sented the following resolutions:
Tom vNIoN PLATFOSH.
ierolved, That we sustain and approve the
reconstruction policy of the Unio p art
shown in the measures adopted in Conrs,
and that the welfare of the country demands
that that policy be carried out, and the con
trol of the governmeut be retained is the
hands of Union men.
Resolved, That it is the part of wisdom, as
it is also thedictate of patriotism on the pert
of the States lately engaged in armed rebel
lion against the authority of the UuLted
states, to accept at once, in cordial good
faith the terms of reconstructieu laid dowm
by Congress, to the aend that at the earliest
possible day they may be fuliv reresrented in
the legislative department of the oovermest,
and all harmoniously move onward is the glo
rious career awaiting the Rep ablic.
Resolved, That in justice to the inmeeset
holders of the Treasury wrrairates ineed by
Ite Auditor d.ning the snt two eO. foe r.
islative sad other enpenass the a.mme d_
b eolnrmed, end that the Terrtedal indol
edaem should he at once paid or funded, as
that the ezpeuPee ot the Territory cam he
from the Treasury is curre.uy, and not in the
depreciated scrap in which such ezpemesare
Resolved, That a reform in the 1 Is
incveased postal facilitim from the0ist ppl
valley westward to Monsana. extended mal
facilitiee within the Territory; a survey of
our rivers and a removal of obstrctions
therein; thorough protection to our hebder
settlements and to the pioneers sad prospe
toes who penetrate the mountain fastnesses i
search of gold; the governmert aid m-en
tial to the early completion of the Northern
Pacific Railroad; appropriations for or pub
lic buildings, and complete protection to and
a thorough repair of the highways leading
hither, are now as they were upon the organi4
sation of the Territory, among its most im
perative needs,heretofore shamelemly neglect
ed; and we appeal to all men in the Territory
who desire to promote these great enterprises
so e.sential to our welfare, to unite with us
in the election to Congress or a Delegate
identified with us so as to comprehend our
wants, able to present them fully, and whose
inauence with Congress will insure success.
Resolved, That the early completion of the
Northern Pacific Railroad is a matter of great
national interest, and in importance to us
transcends all other material enterprises; that
to secure its early completion, this Territory
should bend every energy and exhaust every
Resolved, That the thanks of the Union
party are due and are gratefully tendered to
the officers and men who so generou.ly left
their homes to protect our borders from the
masnacres which threatened its peacefulinhab
itants, and to save to the Federal Government
an imperrilled and starving fortress, and to
those who so liberally furnished them sup
plies, and we pledge them our utmost endea
vors to procure at once from the present Con
gress an appropriation which shall fully com
pensate them for their generous service and
contributions tendered the Territory in the
bour of Deril.
The following nominations for Contgrees
were made: Col. W. F. Sanders, lion. W. H.
Claggett, lion. L. E. Munson, Hon. Hes. L.
ilosmer, (declined,) N. P. Langford, Capt. ii.
N. Blake, (declined,) Geo. M. Pinney, (de
clined,) Judge L. E. Burson.
Flast BALLOr-56 votes cast-Sanders, 26;
Claggett, 1G; Munson, 7; Langford. 4; Thomp
son, 2. lIosmer, Claggett, Burson, Langford
and Thompson withdrew.
Seuown BALL.OT-Sanders, 53; Munson, 3;.
Hosmer, 1. Sanders declared the unanimous
nominee, amid the wildest enthusiasm. One
hour and forty minutes of genuine eloquence
from Montana's ablest orator was only inter
rupted by rapturous applause. The Conven
tion was harmonious, and confident of the
triumphant election of its nominee.
Mr. Claggett, of Deer Lodge, moved that
the report be received. Carried.
Mr. C. Barbour, of Deer Lodge, moved that
the resolutions be read and adopted seriatim.
After the reading of the resolutions, Mr.
Pomeroy, of Deer Lodge, moved their adop
tion as a whole, and that the committee be
Moved and carried that t~e Convention take
a recess for fifteen minutes.
At the expiration of the time the Conven
tion was called to order by the Chairman.
On motion, E. W. Carpenter, of Edgerton,
was permitted to act as proxy for C. S. Inger
soll, of the same county.
On motion, the rules laid down in Jefferson's
Manual were adopted for the future governing
of the deliberations of the Convention.
Nominations for Delegate being next in
order, the names of the following gentlemen
were placed before the Convention:
Judge liosmer, of Madison, nominated
Hon. W. F. Sanders. of Virginia.
George Irwin, of Deer Lodge, nominated
Hon. W. H. Claggett, of Deer Lodge City.
Mr. Claggett returned his thanks and
begged to withdraw his name from before the
Convention, as he was not a candidate for
Mr. Win. Chumasero (proxy from Beaver
head county), nominated Hon. L. B. Munson,
Mr. S. L. Watson, of Edgerton, nominated
Henry Thompson of Helena.
Dr. James tiibion, of Madison, nominated
Chief Justice H. L. tlosmer, of Virginia. Mr.
H. thanked the gentleman, but declined.
Mr. L. C. Miller, of Edgerton, nominated
Hon. N. P. Langford, of Helena.
Mr. N. Merriman, of Jefferson, nominated
Capt. H. N. Blake, of Virginia City. This
gentleman also declined.
Mr. tseorge M. Pinney received a nomina
tion, but declined.
Hon. W. H. Claggett nominated Judge L.
8. Burson, of Helena.
Mr. Pinney re-nominated W. H. Claggett.
It was moved and seconded that theConven
tion proceed to vote by ballot.
On motion, the Chair appointed Judge J. J.
Williams and C. Barbour, tellers.
On motion, the Convention proceeded to
the first informal ballot, which resulted as
The whole number of votes cast were 56, of
which Col. W. F. Sanders received 26; W. H.
Claggett, 16; L. E. Manson, 7; N. P. Lang
ford, 4; Henry Thompson, 2; H. L. Hosmer, 1.
The Chair announced that no one of the
candidates having received a majority of the
votes cast, there was no election.
Mr. Claggett again withdrew, and insisted
that his name should nJt be introduced into
the Convention. Mr. C. also withdrew the
name of Judge Burson.
It was moved and seconded that the candi
dates be requested to appear before the Con
vention to define their views, and a committee
of three was appointed to wait on them for
Judge Munson and Mr. Sanders appeared
and briefly stated their position. Each en
dored the action of the Convention, sad
pledged themselves to support the nominee.
After the peeches, Menrs. Langford and
Thompson withdrew their names from before
It was moved and seconded that the Convrm
tion proceed to the first formal ballot. Car
The ballot resulted as follows-Sanders, 63;
Munson, 3; Hosmer, 1. Total 57.
On the result being announced by the Chair
man, the wildest enthusiasm was manifested,
and on motion, Mr. Sanders was immediately
declared the unanimous nominee of the Con
Load calls were made for the nominee, who
came forward and for over one hour and a
half addressed the Convention in his most elo
quent manner. His cutting and satirical al
lusions to the opposition were highly appre
ciated, while his frequent bursts of eloquence
were enthusiastically applauded.
On the conclusion of the address the Con
vention, on motion, adjourned till eight
o'clock p. -i.
The Convention was called to order by the
Mr. Pianey introdeced the following reo
lation, which was adopted:
ReIolved, That the territorial Unlei Com
mintt be trd it is hereby empowered to
appoint tome suitable members of the party at
such time as it shall seem proper, as delegates
to attend the Covenion to be called by the
National Committee to nominate a Pridet
and Vice President oet the United States.
The followneg sames were prop and
elected as the Territorial Union sittee
for the emlug year:
rdgr.to-Hensry Thompson, Job Potter,
T. C. Jones, George M. Pinneyr.
Madiom- . J. Davis, H L. Pratt, Jse. H.
Jetee--T. 0. Merrill, 0. P. hseemsa.
Gal-atia-Wm. Alderseo. . .. Msemsad,
Chateme-&. B. HabbelL George Steee.
Me .er rii--A. J. Smith, COha. 8. eam,
L V. . Phlps.
O0 mtoes of Geor Irwia, of Deer Lodge,
the Terriorial Oommittee were empowered to
elect their own olers.
Mr. Potter, of £dgerton, Introduced the
following resoltion which was uaaaimdnly
eolved, That Hoe. A. K. McClre Is here
by reqaeted to address the people at such
times and places as may suit his convenience
in behalf of the nominees and platform of this
Resolutions of thanks were uanimously
vot4C. C. Huntley for his kind proffer of
the hall for the use of the Convention; and
also to the olcers of the Convention for the
manner in which they performed the duties
devolving upon them.
No further businews cominag before the Con
venutio, on motion of A. M. Torbett, of Oal
latin, the body adjourned sine die, with three
rousing cheers for the nominee.
So ended the labors of one of the most har
monious bodies of the kind that will probably
ever assemble again in the Territory. The
utmost unanimity and rood feeling prevailed
throughout the entire sitting, and the mem
bers will retire to their hoames with still firmer
'faith in the righteouenesi and justnes of the
cause and fully determined on the success of
GREAT TRUTHS IN SMALL:COMPASS.
WHAT THE BITTERS ARE
A pure delightful Vegetable Balm,
To cheer the spirits and the nerves to calm,
Protect the system from Mlisa~ma's bane,
Rouse torpid Nature,and the strength sustain.
Juices of plants, roots, barks, of virtues rare,
By chemic art expressed with patient care,
And the mild spirits of the soundest rye
Purest of all diffusive stimuli.
- RESULTS OF THEIR USE.
Digestion rallies, appetite revives,
The food asnimilates, the patient thrives,
Dyspepsiavaniehes with all its thores,
And peaceful sleep succeeds disturbed repose.
EFFECTS ON TIIE LIVER.
The bilicus sufferer languid, listless, pale.
Physicked lor years, perhaps, without avail,
Finds in the BITTERS all heasks or needs,
And lives to smile at sickness and disease.
OPERATION ON THE BOWELS.
Relaxed, constricted, or the seat of pain,
These organs should not, for one day, remain,
The cause of each extreme you can expel
The Bitters tone and regulate so well.
EFFECT ON THE DEBILITATED.
The facid muscles firmness sodl;cquire,
The frame gains flesh, the eye el umes its fire;
Strength to the limbe,hope to the heart returns
Till staff and crutch the convalescent spurns.
The constitution tried by pain or care,
Or wild indulgence, is not past repair;
This genial ionic, as the healthful dews,
Quicken parched herbs,its wasted power renews
CHILLS AND FEVER.
Damp, cold, exposure to malarious fog,
Bring on of ills a fearful catalogue;
But Intermittents whatso'er their kind,
Hostetter's Bitters scatter to the wind.
This torment dire, that all enjoyment kills,
Yields not to pungent scents or drastic pills,
'Tis from the stomach that it takes its rise;
Tone with the Bitters and the anguish flies.
WANT OF APPETITE.
Without due nourishmaeot life's pulses wane,
The blood grows thin and dullness clouds the
But this Elixir sets the system right,
A Good Digestion waits on Appetite.
THE BITTERS AFTER SICKNESS.
Exhausting fever leaves its victims low,
And, unassisted, Health's return is slow;
Then the Bitters with weakened Nature aid,
For in each drop vitality's conveyed.
AS A GENERAL PREVENTIVE.
By night and day, on river. sea or land,
In instant peril of disease we stand;
But its dread sirows harmless serm to glide
Past all with this invigorant fortiSed.
IMPURE WATER, ETC.
Roam through the world, through every cli
Here is the antidote 'gainst every change;
Water impure it tempera, and inures
Man to all hardships in all temperatures.
AN UNADULTERATED TONIC.
Of all the liquors borne across the sea,
Not one-mark that-from acrid poisons free;
These Bitters stand 'mid stimulants alone,
Powerless to irritate, though prompt to tone.
A MILD APERIENT.
Remember, too, aperient root and herb
Are blent with those that relaxation curb,
In this rate mixture,give this fact due weight
That while the Bitters tone, they regulate.
A GENTLE CORRECTIVE.
If on the stomach food to acid turns,
And pungent gas the inner membrane burns,
This grand corrective soon removes the ben,
And from the heartburn frees the inner ian.
A SAFE AND GENTLE ANODYNE.
Why not with all the opiates dispense,
That shake the nerves and paralyse the sense,
When then rare Bitters soothe both mind end
Inviting both to yield to slumber's claim ?
THE WORLD'S OPINION.
Touching the BITTERS this grand fact is clear
Their fame flls all the Western Hemisphere,
Known in all lands,washed by its oceans twain
HsAs.vn,Hors AnD Veson follow in their train.
HOSTETTER'S BITTERS share the common
Of all things good. Imposters imitate.
Of these beware. Discreetly use your eyes.
From honest houses purchase your sepphes.
See that the Dit:.rs you buy have the
beautifully engraved stamp of Hostetter A
Smith remaining unbroken a'tros the corks
and down the neck of the bottes. None =a
be genuine without it. For sale by druggists,
grocers and store keepers throughout the
STHU STONE UVILDING know. a thi
S" r 8s ELrtr a" Late QsttihraIs KnoW.
rant, attated am Jack... stint, Virginia.
a Iafltemawm lqwtre d Job. & 3EoekhLow. Ap
ply bulb. 15sth .f Asg.s. iy3u -w2e
UUELEAOLD'AFWWID EXTRACT BUCHU is
11 pigasat I. eat. ad or, bus fives all
rivos pe~prtiw, sd iosrndts t its stisa twrw
Ad b~a.. N s.
NOTICE b N h sirs. tbM the aadmlilwl
Wag elm agaiW.S Aeb. d areaqleuwdtb.h
1 ibs . ý.. ..+......d. AllU psrssrs ba
them hr aikowaaee wilba oe py a a the SUb
el ApriS, 1S. Imt eatbbilad withi two ymatr
*.a tha ~teithy wW be bfr.,r bena.
I~i.M V . A. MCUR.RM , Ade'r.
.y. J . A. ES,
Liquor House I!
Nos 60, 62 & 64,
CBRANITE SUHIltDINt S,
Main street, Helena, M. T.
Wholesale Dealers and Jobbers
OF EVJRY DESCRIPTION.
BOTTLED LIQUOR !
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes,
And the Old Government Oocktail and
BEING exclusively e.agaed la the Liquor
Trade, we a.a over fur, sle oe of the largest
and mt t complete stocks of Liquors and Cigars to
be found in Montana.
We are Bound to Sell
Lowest possible Iarket Prices !
We offer nothing for sale but the very best. Our
customers can safely rely uopi the fact that we
will not offdr them "Swipes" or "Aleohol" Whis
kies. The parity of our goods we will guarsatee
at all tiss. To our friends, customers and mer
chants generally throughout the gulobhes and Ter
ritory, we an offer superior inducements Do not
buy before calling o us. We also have in coa
neetioa with our Hose a large and commodious
Fire Proof Stone
Bsl .E n E.. . TI
Ehty feet deep feet wide sad 13 feet high
The Us omeat bots Main street, and b eaily
acsesible ]m the rar. It is cool, dry and well
adapted for the
Storage of any Clam of
Parties wishing to ftim e eat sheald eal *u
s be~us maW g arsaemarass esewhesm We
will abe arsed athe eeem e tfhe
dlspasy ra sample.
T. P & J. A. AME,
61, 62~ GIie I.U ,.
m AZ Ut., HELENA, m. r.
Tom C. Power,
FORT BENTON. MONTANA,
Storage & Commission
Wholesale dealer in
Liberal Advances made on Consignments
Also, Agent and dealer in
Agricultural Implements I
of the latest and most improved patents.
Gang and every other kind of
Thresh ing a7lachines,
L kght ?Ilarket I'a-gons,
Having the exclusive agency f, r the above tarm
ing implements, and being fainilikr with the right
kind necessary for the Territory, I will only import
what is needed, and will warrazt to sell lower than
any one else.
For Circular and Price Current, Address
TOM C. POH'ER,
Fort Benton, M. T.
Thos. Hoopes, Louis Hoopes,
HOOPES & BRO.
Wholesale and Retail
WALLACE ST., VIRGINIA, M. T.
AND CONSISTING IN PART OF
T8 TAP LE
Farming Implements of all kinds.
Boots ald Shees,
MINERS' TOOLS, Etc.
Which we offer to the public at rea
A long residence in this and other
mining countries, enabled us to make
such a selection of articles and material
as cannot fail to meet the wishes of the
Call and Examine
FOR YOURSELVES, [jy2O
ON the night of the 25th of July, 1867, from the
erassing of Stinkingwater, on the Ealt Lake
rued, about 16 miles from Virginia City. M. T., the
following deseribed steak, to-wit: Thirteen head of
Ameriean Mules, from 14 to 16 hands high, branded
"' C" on right shoulder; 8 bead of these males are
hbrded ' U 8S' on left shoulder, and "8' on lef
side of neek; one mule is branded 'F" on left hip.
Also 9 head of Horses,, described as follows, to-wit:
One dapple gray mare and ool, branded "R C" on
right boulder; S bead of bay horses, with varioes
brands; 1 blue daun orse, 1 rose and one iron gray
bhre, braeded on the neck with male shoe. Dat
steek is known to have been stolen, as they were
tracked towards Sake river. The undersigred
will pay the above reward for the recovery of the
aMid moeek, sad 8500 fr Ifrmation of their where.
Addrme D. W. Tilton & Co., Virginia City; Capt.
Wulliams, Nevada City, or
JOSKPH SMITH, 8tilnkigwater Valley.
Is hereby given that I have this day disposed at
my entire stock of
TO.ACCO, CIGAR, ETC., TO JOHN WAMUA,
whoe cii eoatiaue the t.elneas at the eld Ceed,
aetoatg the Colorade tor~ All pese know
leg themelves indebted to me, or heaig bills
against me, will please
CALL AND SETTLE
Ifmennat ly. eturning my ala.erest ihmbs .
the larrms of VirginCia r the liserda pse1
tey have l wed apes me,1 soelids eseuMiness
t.t~ fhr my seesmoer. 1P. . F. TOM.