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7)" j'1: I E'1 E(W THE POST:
JzIII' UIilsaiuuuian Dead.
qjI4lolic"1(4 4eerelnry of War.
11c~1 exi(t' Resolutionu
(li.;,t . Letter of Acceptance
-""I Endiore the Rcs
ý)f bVct(Iliia.. on the Admiiuion
cof scouuihern States.
ii (ohcl t~t(OIInt% a Mllartr anid
I i!il~it ileaum a MIarty re%%.
ew-Oc~tuti inlfl Amcnlrhnee t
\o~~li~iic iby t~ he Prceiidcrit.
ru1le Result ofa Duel.
. cr )3%t emn.
%ccreitar) %ews randRem.
1iit 1her F'enian Raid Ex
td ittlitoIo'" CognihIna io
lC4Ict ('louad miakei i SignI.
-:. June 1.-James Buchanan died
A t:. t,:. to-day in his 77th year.
V. -inrl, ton. June l.---Schofield took opos
:t:.- War Office to-day. The Prewi
t ,,,panied hui and remained a few
-.n. ;rant sultequently had a short inter
...-- withl tilhe lnew ecreta..
- i. Lte--Edmiundl' resolutions (f thanks to
-.:t ~n wais *licu.se l at some length.
11- lr I rs. offere.l an amendment, voting
S.inks to th- Chief Justice for ccnduct dur
* the Impeachment trial. Rejected-ll to
Ro -. llendlers:,n and Fowler voted for
. º n, nII ,U1 llent.
-·er:l Senators condemn the amendment
I,:. ta:-t an'l not relevant tco the matter
:. ir di-cus. ion.
1!. r-oolutil was finally adopted. 37
T:h- lill for the admission of Arkansas was
!t,,.n tatk n up.
ic,:tk ak:,l Johnson spoke at length on the
W-hington, June 1.-The following is
I;. 1irant's reply to the nomination of the
, .,; Convention :
Washington, May 29, 1868.
.::. RJ . . awley, President National Un
:, .publican Convention :
1:, formally accepting the nomination of
: N.,tional Union Republican Convention of
t 21s.-t, it seems proper that some statement
f ny views beyond the mere acceptance of
t,. n nomination, should be expressed.
The proceedings of the Convention were
: rk-ld with wisdom, moderation and p.tri
.1. and I believe, express the feelings of
. :r,.t mass of those who sustained the
ii try through its trials. I endorse their
re- intiotn and if elected to the office of
Pr,-~i'lent of the United States it will be my
^:, i.,avr to administer all the laws in good
..; ithl economy and with a view to 5iv
1. ,.-e and quiet and protection, every
i-. I times like the present it is irn
, -f1,l, anit improper to lay down a policy
, ihbeired to right or wrong, through an
:: ...:.itration of tour years. New political
--u-. un t forseen, are constantly arising
t..e viev.-, .f the public on old ones are con
:ftly changing, and purely adminstrative
Ser. shouldl rlways be left to execute the
,wl ,)f they people. I always have respected,
:I :hall, pace, nn-l universal prosperity, its
-luence. Economy of administration will
::_:,t.n t-je burden of taxation while it con
.,tly reduces the National debt. Let us
With glreat Respect,
Your Obedient Servant.
C. S. GRANT.
WaVL-hi.igton, May 30.-Senate.-The joint
r:-o.lutior. to extend the time for the cowple
tt n of the North Pacific Railroad was amend
aI and passed.
The Senate held a short executive session,
aftr.r which the Arkansas bill was taken up.
Fr-elinghuyeen called attention to the fact
tiat the House bill requires Arkansas to never
,lac- any restrictions upon suffa.- e, thus fur
,illing any educational qualification or
change in the law regarding female suffrage.
lie dissented from such a theory.
I;uckalew madle a long speech against the
I.,olittle ar-gued the States were not self
, -rning or Republic.n in form if they
c ,uldn't make the qualification for their own
frutinbuli said he would vote for the HIouse
..il it ierri' amentlend t Le rej"cte~l.
TI. '.oto was taken on idiaun1's amend
n:ant to re-commit the bill to the Judiciary
.',,ninuttee with instructions to require Ar
kanas tir-t to adopt the 14th amnendment and
rpj-ctei without di.ision.
F.rri·' amendment, striking out all the
fu:nl::, ntal conditions, was lbst 20 to 21.
l...1r.i"r-on r gave notice of an amuinndm.nt
r.. ili.:;. any discrimination on account of
r:. ,r clor, or to deny any class from par
!.:t L1n.. in any funds raised for educational
lii,use.-After an animated discuseion the
:. ,olutio was aadopted to place Wooley in
custody of the :Sergeant-at-arms, thereby re
lioving the Speaker of any duty in the mat
t -r. The counsel and famuily physician have
t re acce.s to hiii.
During the proceedibgs a telegram received
lvy Wooley yesterday was reod, h'avin been
-u sequently forwarded by Wooley to Butler.
e' idently, Butler said, for the purpose of in
ýult. It was from Geo. O. Jones, of New
Yrk. alddressing Wooley as a citizen and im
;rt-,ned by ord-.r of the tyrants and cowards
in the capital of America; exkorting him to
A provision was madeI that no aealld com
::uiiication be given Wooley, except through
After di.cuesing the Indian appropriation
bill in Committee of the Whole, acd strikoin
,.ut the section authorizing the issue of bonds
to tb. Choctaws. the bill passed.
House agais went into Conmmittee of the
A-hly introduced a joint resolution pro
p, img on amendment to the Constitution of
the . nited States providing that the Proi
dent ~hall not be els gibl to ue*lecttion, abol
ilhin, the office of -ice President and for a
thorough revision to be mnade in the election
of the President.
Ashley made a speech in support of his
l,roposition in oppostion to the present asy
tern of voting by electors.
Morgan spoke on general political matters.
Havana, May 30.-Gen. Marquez has issued
a pamplet manifesto addressed to the Mexican
people, defning his peatio-. He satle he
as resolved to retire foreer from public life;
deninm and disproves many allegations of cr
elty attributed to him; taI Itatesint
that he was author of the eba massacre
sae L.e m. aw ob e siwi 8*WqU U*
der superior orders. He dcIlaem by ex
preeming a wish to die in defmee of Mexico
against foreign invsioa.
London, May 30.-Parliament adjourned
until May 4th.
Washington, March 3e.-Business in the
Departments was generally e.spended to-day.
Throughout the country the day was spent so
decorating the graves of Union soldiers.
General Scofield arrived ao-day and will
assume charge of the War Department on
Monday. He will not resign his position in
the army, but will receive a leave of absence
while he remains Secretary of War.
The following nominations were sent to
the Senate to-day :
Harry Beckwith for Saperintendent of
Branch Mint of San Francisco; C. O. Davis,
melter and refiner at Branch Mint, Denvw;
John P. Ferson, Assessor of Internal Reve
nue of 5th District, California.
A comparison of the beet opinions confirms
the belief that the caucus on Monday will
decide fir the early adjournment of Congress
:nd for the postponment of the Internal
Revenue law, substituting some special legis
lation, Including a a reduction of the whisky
Rear Admiral Turner has been ordered to
relieve Admiral Dahlgren, commanding the
South Pacific squadron.
Chicago, May 30.-The Methcdist General
Conference has nearly closed its labors and
will adjourn on Tuesday next.
The compromise plan adopted by the Con
ference regulating lay delegations, allows two
lay delegates for each annual Conference
which has more than one ministerial dele
gate. Lay de'egates to be chosen by an elec
torial contereicea of laymen, composed of one
layman from each circuit or station within
the bounds of the Annual Conference.
Lay delegates must be 25 years of age, and
five years full members of the church.
In the month of June, 1869, a report of
election shall be had, on which all members
in full communion over 21 years shall be in
vited to vote for or against lay delegations.
Should a majority of the popular vote cast
be in favor of lay delegation and three
fourths of the annual conferences voting
thereon be in favor of the proposed change,
the next general conference mtay, by the re
quisite two-thirds vote, complete the change
and admit lay delegates previously elected.
This plan was adopted almost unanimously.
The follow ng officers were elected on Sat
Surrday for the Pacific Coast:
Second Assistant Book Agent of New York
to reside in San Francisco, Eleaser Thomas,
now editor of the California Christian Advo
cate ; Henry C. Benson, now editor of the Pa
cific Christian Advocate, to reside in Port
land, Oregon, and Isaac Dillon.
Washington, May 31.-Secretary Seward
has called the attention of the Prussian Min
ister, Baron (erolt. to the duel between (en.
Lawrence, our Minister to Costa Rica, and
Baron Von Russlukow, Prussian Secretary of
Legation, stating it was in violation of an act
of Congress, but the Prussian attaches being
protected by the law of nations from prose
cution, he requests Baron Gerolt to call the at
tention of his government thereto, that it
may take proper action.
Minister Lawrence has been promptly re
called with the privilege of leaving Costa
Rica before the arrival of his successor.
London, June 2.-The Royal Commission
on the neutrality laws made a report in favor
of granting the executive authorities ad
ditonal power to detain ships supposed to be
intended for beligerent purposes; also recom
mended that the building, fitting or mooring
of such vessels in British ports be declared a
misdemeanor, and any ships built in Great
Britan in violation of such law shall not be
permitted in any Britist port. Their prizes,
if brought within British j urisdiction,shall be
returned to the owners.
Chicago, June 3.-Edmunds introduced the
following resolution in the Senate yesterday
morning, which was laid over one day under
Resolved. That the States of Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia,
Alabama, Mississippi,Louiianna, Arkansas and
Texas, respectively, shall not be admitted to
representation in the Electoral College to
vote for President or Vice President of the
United States, and no electoral votes shall be
received or counted from any such respective
States, unless as prescribed by law for the
choice of electors the people of such States
shall, pursuant to acts of Congress in that be
half, since the 4th day of March, 1867 adopt
the Constitution under which the State
government shall have been organised and
shall be in peaceful operation, and such State
shall also have become entitled to representa
tion in Congress pursuant to the acts of Con
gress in that b 6alf.
The President yesterday issued orders direct
ing the executive departments to be placed in
mourning. All business was suspended the
day of the funeral of President Buchanan, and
other marks of respect paid to the dead.
House.-The Military committee have
agreed to report a bill continuing the 33 per
cent. increase of pay to oflcers of the army.
Also, the bill to construct a bridge across the
Missouri at Fort Leavenworth, for military
Richmond, May 31.-It is now probable
the trial of Jeff Davis will be postponed un
til October. The counsel on both sides have
agreed on that time. The witnesses had been
summoned for next Wednesday
Boston, June 1.-The city cyancil met to
day to invite Mr. Burlingame and the Chi
nese Embassy to visit Boston and accept the
hospitalities of the csty.
Chicago, June 1.-A special says General
Steadman, now commanding the district of
P',eerebur;, and the next om cer in rank to
Schofield, will be placed in command at
I'ichmond, his friends strongly urging him
for the command.
Gordon Uranger is trying to have Howord
sent there, so as to have himself placed in
command of the freedmen's burees.
Seward on Friday informed a leading diplo-I
matist that he had tendered has resignation.
Information from other quarters confirms
The Senate Judiciary committee reported
advea.ely on the cotfirmation of Stanberry
for Attorney General.
It is said the President will nominate Rev.
eidy Johnson as Minister to England, and
Groesbeck Secretary of Treasury.
Among the passengers for Calaforaia in to
day's steamer from New York, were Parepa
Rosa and the concert troupe. The favorite
singist was serenaded at the steamer by Thom
as' c'lebrated band.
New York, June 3.-The Herald's London
special says the steamer Naroa, with the new
cable to connect Cuba with Florida, sailed
Washington, Junr 1.-Additional Senate.
-Drake offered an amendment to the Arkan
sas bill, providing that Arkansas be admitted
on condition there shall be no denial or'
abridgement of the rights of suffrage, or any
other right, except to Indiana not taxed.
After miscellaneoms btuinaes, several other
amnendments having been rejected, Drake's
amendment was adopted and the bill pased
34 to 8.
lUouse.-Morgan read a letter from Miss
Vinnie leam, sculptress, who now ocnpi. s
the room directed to be used for agumd room
for Wooley, stating that to remove her model
of Lincoln would destroy wholeys" of work,
and offered a resolution msspm si the execa
tion cf the resolution and recting the room
to be vacated. Laid on the table.
Schenck moved that hereafter the Hose
have evening sAesions. Adepted.
House weat into Committee of the Whole
and considered the internal e sene bill.
Scheeck maid if the revenue undr the bill
from whisky amemunta to $7 e., the ma
ceipts would exceed the expeditree ,
e 00 00 i
leely favored a redectios of the tax on
whisky to 60 er een 4 eoss.
rewi. a s atm s*gle M i
-rnme had withdrawa all chares agaist Doa
Th Aesident irn e.sw t.d.emp- i
Ge. steidmns, aoordins t his bee rink,
of Major General comumadlag the District of
e ceancus of Republican members in the
Heiss te-night, after a lengthy discussion,
ard to take no action on the senbject of
_djourament till it could be seen whether the
tax bll can be passed this semion.
The Republican Senate caucus agreed to
elect an entire new set of o ces for theSes
ate excep the presiding ofcer.
The ttrot Convention of Fenians w-a
held to-day with closed doors. Large amounts
of money and men were pledged.
An immense mass meeting was held in the
evening, four or Are thousand persons being
unable to gain admission. (en. O'Neil and
Speer addresed the meeting.
Washington, June 2.-'The Democrats claim
the election for Mayor Four wards of the
seven are claimed as Democratic. Two col
ored members of the Council were elected in
the First Ward. The Republicans don't con
cede the election to them.
Some trouble occurred by negroes attempt
ing to prwent a colored man from voting the
The railways between Washington and New
York nave consolidated their through trafic
so as to be under one head.
The chiefs of the Nen Perce Indians, of
Idaho, had an interview with the President
New York, June 2.-The lerald's Montreal
special says there are 25,000 arms at OgdSns
burg and beef and pork for 6,000 men for ten
days. An attack is menaced on Prescott and
Cornwall. The (overnment detectives report
= raid certain before the first of July.
The Dominion government protests against
the removal of troops. Several batteies
have been set and two million rounds of car
tridgss. The pay of volunteers has been
The Hral d's London special gives news of
fighting among the natives of Abyssinia. An
archy and civil war prevails all over the
Theodore's widow holds Magdala with 12,
It is believed when the English leave the
Egyptians will take possession.
New York, June 2.-The committee from
Cincinnati yesterday engaged the Masonic
Hall on 13th Street for the accommodation
of the Pendleton delegates to the Democranc
Pendleton's prmy is one thousand strong.
It will arrive by special train anc make an
imposing demonstration in the streets,headed
by a band of 40 pieces.
The Mayor of Brooklyn estimates the ex
penses of that city next year at three million
one hundred and forty thousand dollars.
graph operator charged with divulging the
contents of a dispatch to a broker, on the
ground that Congre-s permits dispatches to be
Lancaster, Pa. June 2.-The funeral of ex
President B-chanan occurred Thursday p. m.
Senate, June 2.-Trumbull, from Judiciary
committee, reported back with amendments,
the bill for representation in Congress of
North Carolina, South Carolina, Lonsaina,
Georgia, Alabama and Florida.
Sherman called up the supplemental
national currency act and made a lengthy
speech in support of its provisions; bill post
Edwards called up the bill providing for
appeals to the court ot Claims, which was
materially amended. It provides for the ap
pointment of two assistant Attoraney Generals
at salaries of $4,000 each, abolishing the
court of Claims, etc.
The bill passed aftersharp opposition from
Hendricks and Bruckalew.
House.-Keilly presented a petition from
H. C. Sample, charging Jadge Basteed of
Alabama with official incompetency, and
praying an investigation. Referred to Judici
Garfield introduced a bill to transfer the
Indian bureau to the War Department. Re
ferred to Military Committee.
Upson presented a minority report on the
Kentucky contested election came of McKee
&gainst I oung.
Schofeld called up the contested election
case of Delano against Morgan. The majori
ty report that Morgan, the sitting member,
is not entitled to a seat.
Kerr made a minority report in favor of
Morgan. He occupied two hours and a quar
ter. Lawrence followed in support of the
claim of the contestant. Without vote ad
Washington, June 2.--Corrected returns
and the official count give Sayles Bowen, the
Radical candidate for Mayor, seventy four
majority. The Council Conservative majority
A dispatch from Cheyenne announces the
conclusion of a treaty with the Ogallas on
the 25. Red Cloud was among the chiefs
signing. It is believed there is no need to
fear further ditmculties.
The Big Wet-China Ware-Cutting Wisdom
Teeth-Mining Items-The Three R's
"Where is our Sheriff?"'-The Furnace.
EDITOR PosT: As I am writing, the
surrounding hill tops are bountifully
covered with snow,and one would scarce
ly know whether we are approaching
the 4th of July or Christmas holidays.
The roads are horrible, yet a few warm
days would soon set them in repair.
Boulder Creek is very high, in oonse.
quence whereof transit to Butte City
with teams is at present very difficult.
Indians, quite numerous, are engaged in
hunting at the bead of Boulder. Two
wagons loaded with live stock of China
importation passed through the valley
toaday en route for Helena. Prospect
ing, in every direction, is still the daily
occupation of those sanguine in the be.
lief that the Boulder district has enor
mously rich deposits, which only need
finding; but that class of prospectors
who only went in search of bilks and
humbugs, have of late greatly diminish
ed since they can buy no longer with
bankable jawbone, as they have been
permitted to do in days past.
Messrs. Nottingham and Wells are
about prospecting a bar in the vicinity
of Wm. Birkins' runch and anticipate
good results. Scott's Bar, near the
Boulder Station, is also being vigorously
tested. Neither means nor labor is
spared in ascertaining its richness.
Our school, recently organized, is in
full bloom. Mr. Vermillion, an efficient
teacher, learns the young 'uns their
A B C's and other branches ot useful
study, and deserves credit for faithful
The whereaboauts of the sheriff of this
county seems to be the chief topic of the
valley. It is greatly feared he went to
America and forgot to say " adieu " to
his numerous "friends."
A few days ago I had the pleasure of
visiting the sin ag works of Dr. Bes
sell, situated on the well known Gau go.
lode, about three mils west of Jeon
City, sad under the am agement of Prof.
Keyes. My minq les as to he result of
their late ron, proved fruitless, sines the
Profeor had no aut horiy toS, t.
m "e. The paiy reng' the
_peas resa.lts. a,.
ICChI T: & IIUPkCTffUR3
198 a 196 DmBrdway, ow Yark Oity,
Of Ragsweed Flrame sad xelodms, Flee Oil
PsMItr. nRVs , Sliver Ware, Gold sad 8.
wer Wrbm sad dqat Jewely, osmumta of
Dlauord Pls., Diann" si GolOd Base .
Coral, Florostie, Mosaic, J Lva sad Lad !..'·
Sato. Gold with gold ad slver exteaules
Neck Chaise, plat r d ohsrd Gold Cl~ios. L
&a, valued sti
F~or Onre D~ollar.
The Yerchants' & YMnufacturers'
Calls your attention to the het of its being the
largest and most poplar Jewelry Association in
the United 8tatm. T bsiness is and always has
been oonducted in the most candid and honorable
manner. Our rapidly increasing trade is a sure
roarantee of the appreciation our patrons for
tbls method of obtaining rich, elegant and costly
goods. The sudden stagnation of trade in uawope,
owing to the late German war, and remoet disas
trous financial risis in Europe, has caused the fail
nre of a large number of Jewelry houses ia London
and Paris, obliging them to sell their goods at a
great sacritloe, in some instances less than one
third the oeast of manufactring. We have lately
purchased very largely of these bankrupt goods, at
such extremely low prices that we rea asord to
sed away fier oods and give better chances to
draw the most valuable prizes than any other es
tablishment dolng a similar business. Our aim is
to please, and we respeottlly solicit your patron.
age. as we are confident of giring the utmdet satis
hotion. Darlg the past year we have forwarded
a anmber of the most valuable pries to all parts of
the country. Those who patronize us will reoeive
the fall value of their money, as no article on our
list is worth lss than one dollar, retail, and there
are no blanks. Parties dealing with us may de
pend on having prompt returns, and the article
drawn will be Immediately semt to any address by
return malt or expres.
The following parties have recently drawn valu
able pri.es fom the Merchants and MaaaYbta
rers' Jewelry Assoclation, and have kindly allowed
use of their names:
Frederick V Browne. Esq, Treasury Departmet,
Washlngaoe, D C, Piano, value, 450; Misr Anna
L Frost, Waverly Terrace, N Y city, Ladies' Gold
enameled and diamond set watch, value,8300; Wm
B Emmonsa New Orleans, sewing machine value,
e75; Geo L Davenport, Mobile, salver tea set.
Value, 0300; Lucy Oroott, Albany, Ill, sewing
machine, value, $05, Mary J Downing, Louisville,
y, Sold watch, vale*, 300 Jas B Fowler, Bar
risburgh. silver hunting ease watch, value. $75
Rev Wm Peyster, Milwaukee, Wheeler & Wilson
sewing machine, value, 019:; J J Blekford, 8an
Prancsco, gold lined silver tea set, value, $300;
Edward L Rice St Louis, Melodeon, value
$850; Helen M Sinelair, Detroit, Diamood lute
ring, value, $225; Horatio G Frost, Chliago, large
oil painting, value, $300; Charlotte E Hewias,
Donipha, Kansas, Chickerino grand piano, value,
$700, and music box value, $65.
Many names oould be placed on the list, but w
publish no names without permission. Our pa
truns are desired to send U 8 currency when con
Partial List of Artoiles to be Sold fhr
ONE DOLLAR EACH.
without regard to valne, and not to be paid for un
til you know what you are to receive.
10 Chiekerlng grand pianos, worth...$500 to $700
15 elegant rosewood piane........ ... 900 to 450
15 elegant melodeons, rosewood oases.. 175 to 200
50 first ell sewinog machines....... 40 to 300
75 fine oil paintings ................ ..... 30 to 100
150 fine steel engravings, framed......... 20 to 30
50 music boxes ............................ 25 to 40
150 revolvig patent cestors, silver...... 20 to 43
50 silver fr-uit and ake baskets ...... 20 to 35
400 sets of tea and table spoons.......... 20 to 40
150 gold beating case watches, war
ranted................................ 50 to 150
_00 diammed riag, clster and stigle
stone .................. ....... 75 to 960
175 gold watches................. ... 83 to 150
300 ladies' watches..................... 0 to 100
500 silver watbches.......................... 20 to 75
Diamond pins, brooches and ear drops, ladies' sets
oa gold anu coral, jet sad go. retae, mosaic,
lra and cameo; sots of st vrest ad neek chains,
plaln and chased gold rbs, gold thimbles. look
e. oew style belt buckles, gold pens and pencils,
moy work boxes, gold peas with gold and silver
extension holders, and a large assertmeat of fin
slver ware and jewelry of every descripti on, o
the best make and latest styles.
' A chance to obtain any of the above articles
fvr one dollar, by purchasing a sealed envelope
for 95 cents.
Five sealed envelopes will be sent for $1; eleven
ar 82; thirty for $5; sixty-five for $10; one hunoo
dred for $15.
Agents Wanted Everywhere.
Unequalled indueooments offered to ladies and
gents who will act as such. Our descriptive air
uclars will be sent on application.
Distributions are made in the following manner.
(brtifiaotes naming each article and its value are
plced sealed envelopes, which are well mixed.
of these envelopes containing the certificates or
otier for some artilee, will be delivered at our of
fee, or sent by mail to any address, without regard
to choice, on receipt of 25 cents.
On receiving the eartieate the purchaser will see
what article it draws and its value, and eau send
ote dollar and receive the article named. Pur
elasers of our sealed envelopes may, in this . man
mr, obtate an article worth from one to five han
Long letters are unneoessary. Have the kind
new to write plain directions. Orders for sealed
oevelopes mnet in every ease be aecompanied with
td cash, with the name of the person sending, and
torn. county and State plainly .written. Letters
sebuld be addreased to the managers, as follows.
JAOKSON. 00BNISH & 00.,
agtrl2 193 & 195 Broadway, New York.
SAM closing up the busineeof JOHN HOW in
SVi-ginla City, and aeoorcing to Instreetions al
aeoonts unpaid on the lt of January, 18eB, will
bt placed in the hands of an attorney for nolleo
tin. F. C. DEIMLING.
deslP w ktw tt
KR. FRANKLIN advocated ear;y marriages.
SEasas for Young Men, on this and other sub
I". being a Guide to Marriage and Conjugal
Ficity, by benevolent Physieians, sent by mall,
iae led letter envelopes, free of charge. Address,
rWARD ASSOCIA1 ION, Box P., Pbiladelphia.
A man who understands Job Printing
peferred. Apply at the c'mpoeing..
-rim ot the POST.
, tatutes or Montana.
Popies for sale at the ofee of the Montana POST.
On BDr adway, oNJosite the Pust Oice.
elena, ft Montana,
JQIIY CLOWSBR, Prpristr.
b$'s houes has been tb roughly reSltd. re
sad newly ftr.ihed, and now opens Its
0 are publi with
OIRST OLAIM AOCOMMODATIOBtI
e4ddd * msdatsa n bl, will saeer l tb
of t as 0s B ses aloe hae r ad
br I"e at waetes.
Host,, Aprll, Ia. SU
i * JU~ataB Proprietor
The st sad splendid first-ela steamer
Sunday, June 7th
and tills of lading, will be given to all pIrts of the
SOUTH AND EAST
A splendid fire and burglar-proo.
safe, ensuring safety to those
Particular attention paid to ladies
and children traveling unattended.
SAM DE BOW,
Gen. Agent N. W. T. Co., Benton.
89 Main St. Helena, Agents
J.J.Roe & Co
9. Bridge St............. Helena,
Levee... ..........Fort Benton
Arteow ready to contraet for the delivery of
Freight from oany Steamboat Terminus on
THE MISSOURI RIVER,
To every party of the Territory. Advanooes made
on freight consigned to us at Fort Benton.
Our immense trains afford us facilities unequal
led by any other Line to contract for every ton of
freight for this Terrltory. and insure its earlier de
lvery at the place of Its derstnation.
3 tf J. J. ROE & CO.
Wm. Ooyne& Co.
Snooessors to A. B. Sampson & Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
oubazro,C *s aab 30otfois,
The fin. brands of Smoking and CMewIn
Kept Constautly on land.
John H, lMing,
U@. 4$ I1/ $T . NU UAPrr lONTAA.
Whlikale and r. fl deale to
Des~s. Sad ssmra Posey G..i.
Silo and -B X t.Is and Ores,
C. A. .Mll & Co., Proprietors.
rHIS first-class, two-storey hotel is situated one
eighth of a mile south of
S3un River C(rossing
and four miles east of
'rt 93h Ew
The whole appointment and furnishing of this
bhose is VIRT -CLA88 In every partiedlar.
Stabling and Corral Room
under the care of experienced host)ers.
Travelers to Beotoo will And connected with the
hotel a complete
to replenish or add to their stores. A fll aasor
constantly on hand.
9-ivo us a CDll.
d25-tm C. A. BULL Ac CO.
OVERLAND HOTEL !
FORT BENTON, - MONTANA.
First Class Accommodations
In every Particular.
rT[HIS HOUSE is especially fitted up for the com
tort of the traveling public. All the mail
and express coaches [arrive at and depart from
F. C. ROOSEVELT,
1. G. Baker & Bro.,
¶holesale and retail dealers in every descrip
suitable for Ranchmen, Miners and Preighters.
We will offer great inducements to cash buyersae
we are buyinga large stock of goods which must
be sold, and are receiving U. S. currency
AT PA R.
Cash advances made on
Also, superior facilities for storage of any class
of merchandise or machinery. n35w3m
J. I. Nabors. Ed. Kelly.
NABOBS & KELLY, Proprietors.
FoaR Basrrox, M. T.
TIIE best the marstet affords dished up in the
morl elerant style at this house.
Large stables and oorralls fir stock connected
with this hounse. may82d3m
DR. II. M. LEHMAN,
PHYSIC/AN & SURGEON,
SFt. Benton, d Montana.
BENTON FEED and SALE STABLES,
lMain t., Fort Benton.
Grain and fresh hay always on hand.
DA.Y AND NIGIrHT HERD.
The largest and most commodious stables in
town. CIIARGES MODERATE.
GEO. B. WRIGHT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
I'. S. Commis-.i ner, for Choteau county.
Fort Benton, Montnma.
ORIENTAL BATH HOUSE!
(Two doors above " Kiyus.")
HELENA, - - VONTANA.
HotCold and Sulphur Baths,
RUSSIAN OR STEAM
ESAL E 2
Warranted to cure the severest eases of Rheama
iam. Ckled et. Coaseted with this essoblbh
meat is a Arst class TONSORIAL HALL with
private entrance to the LADIES' HAIR DRESS
ING DEPARTMENT. Depot of the
ORIENTAL HAIR BALSAM,
For lmvrgeratigr t h Har.
adpdl 2y . FRANK., Pr.prletor.
MONTANA HIDE AND FUJR
Orner Rodney and O'Bannon Streets,
H I naarr 134m use an ard oassesa oe
sam Deer ski"es sad aery drlsers y4