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THEM ON T A N A POST, F RI DA Y, J U N E 5.
E.W CA R I'KNTBR. Territorial Solicitor.^W x. HaJTILTON, Fert B^aton.^Mk. A. J. Smith, Ransack.'^J. M. FBH, Sterling, Hot Spring District,
bei.ungebSc. Allen. Silver Bow.
JAMXS8TUABT, DMT Lodge.
wordenA CO.. Hell Gate.
w.P. Pajmoss, Gallatin City.
T.NICHOLSON, German Gulch.
Geo.Pebrt, Lincoln Gulch.
GEO.Ral cH. Radersbnrg.
A.B. Hamilton. 8am River Crossing.
II.H. IIathaawt. Highland District.
F.l hi k* ii. Hummit City.
k.C. johnson, BlackfooC
WesletW. Jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek.^J. 8. Williams, St. Louis. Ma^I*. P. FISHER. 8m Francisco. Cel.^Henry Rierken, Argenta.
H.ellis Sl Co., Leesborgh, Salmon River Mines^W. davenport, Confederate (Julch.^C. Besskrrr, Boalder Valley.^MoNTiiOMERY, Bear Gnlchand adjacent mines.
II.C. WEI BO li), Butte City.^George M. Brock. Beartown, M. T.^DavIS wilson, Bozeman City.
Notice!^Rally to duty at half past^o'clock this evening; 13^Secretary.^Gazette.
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Meantemperature for the week ending May 27,
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VirginiaCity, Mar 27.
hadspread before us this forenoon the finest selec^^tion of photographs that we ever looked upon ^^rich as works ot art, but richer far as historic remi^^niscences of the old world- Mr. J. Sidney Osborne,^of Virginia City, Montana, a very young traveler,^set out on the 28th of April, 1867, and has traveled^over 24,000 miles and arrived here on Thursday^evening on his way back to Montana. He has^gathered a most choice collection of photographs^and stereoscopes.
Mr.Osborne's tour has extended from Montana^to St Louis, New York, Havre, Paris, the lakes of^Switzerland and its principal cities and mountain^beauties, Strasburg, the Rhine. Prussia, the battle^field of Waterloo, Turin. Florence, Pisa, Rome,^Naples. the island of Capri, Pompeii, Herculaue-^um, Sorrento and Mount Vesuvius, Messina in Sic-^ily, Alexandria in Egypt,Cairo a.id the Red Sea,the^Pyramids, the Sphinx.Cleopatra's Needle and Pom-^pey's Pillar, the Suez canal. Jaffa, Jerusalem^Jericho, the Jordan, the Dead Sea, Hebron, Beth^^lehem and Bethany, the American colony at Jaffa,^the mountains of Lebanon and anti-Lebanon,Dam^^ascus, the ruins of Baal beck- He went by steam^^er to Smyrna, thence through the Grecian Archipel-^igo to Athens, visited the wonderful ruins of the^Acropolis, thence proceeded through the Dardan^^elles to Constantinople, thence through the Bos-^pborns and Black Sea to Varnay, to Turkey by^rail, to the Danube, per steamer over the Danube^to Bassias, by railroad to Pesth in Hungary, Vien^^na, Munich, Stuttgard, Strasbourg, to Paris and^then to New York.
Probablyno t-nveler ever visited as many places^of note in the same space of time and gathered up^as many interesting pictures and objects of inter^^est, and that too at the trifling expense of 82,000.^We congratulate Mr. Osborn on the wealth he has^added to his intellect in such a splendid tour. It Is^a fortune,^Salt Lake Telegraph, May 28.
Duringthe trip referred to we published a num^^ber of interesting letters from Mr. O^borne,over the^initials. ^J. 8. O.^ The Heral-1 informed its read-^^ rs they were manufactured at the office of the^COST from Eastern papers. We now accredit the^the authorship to whom it is due. and the Herald^has an opportunity to obtain the proof.
Taeatrical.The Langrishe troupe^returned to Helena yesterday, having played 12^nights in Diamond City with fine success. The^Helena Theater will be reopened on Wednesday^evening with the Five Act sensation Drama of the^Island King. Mr. George B. Waldroa making bis^first appearance as George Maurice and Mrs. Wal^^droa as Horteose, supported by the full strength^of the Company. This piece was presented in Dia^mood on the last evening snd met with a mos*^i nthusiastic reception. The rendition of Mr. Wal^^droa is spoken of as ^superb.^ We anticipate a^grand opening night. Many of the seats hav e al^^ready been engaged.
Onthe Shoulder.^Saturday eve^^ning a fight occurred two miles and a half from^town, caused by a party jumping some mining^ground. The combatants stripped end went at it^in P. R. style, each man choosing his adversary,^and a fellow who had the head of a Congressman,^sitting on a log acting apparently as umpire, who^declared that the jumpers had the worst of it and^must retire, which they did in good order. It was a^caution to the oldest inhabitant in the mountains to^see how they mauled one another while they were^at it, and pitched into
Gouge and bite, and scratch and fight
Andtumble in the mod.^Till all the ground for yards around
WascoTered with their blood.
Afterthe fight a piece of ^catcU 'eiu-a li ve^ comb,^three squares of billiard chalks, evidently stolen^^the handle of a silk umbrella, a rusty nail, and a^second hand shoe brush.
AnotherFight.^Jimmy Dwjer ia
atSouth Pass- He throws the glove to Con Orem^through the Sweetwater Mines of May 19.^145 lbs,^and will give or take 5 lbs, for from 81,000 to 83^000 a side. Fight to be in South Pass City. We^1-resume ^Con^ will accept, and a fight between^the two come off at the ^City on the Summit.'*
Tubfirst freight train of six eight^mule teams arrived to-day from Fort Benton. The^cargo consisted principally of dry coods consigned^to Hirschman A Co. One hundred and ninety-^three bags of sugar arrived to A. GLowery. Hugh^Kirkendall is camped on Ten Mile with fourteen^wag una. He Is loaded with groceries consigned to^MoCormick A Caldwell.
Wrighthave oeseed their connection with the Dcas*^ocrat, in Virginia and Maj. Bruce assumes control^again. J edge Will tans says his ^goes bye^ in^the last issue.
E Route.^His Excellency, Gov.
GreenClay Smith, accompanied by his wife an^three children, arrived from Virginia yesterday.^They pe nosed to Benton to-morrow, from whence^the Gnu are or will return, sad his lady journey to^to the East, to place their children at school, and^retain In eutuasa
NewStore.^Messrs. Aunbachar A
Heiferhave ranted the granite balding corner off^Clean sad Ellwands streaks. The firm proposes to^open a storage and commission business in this^locality within a lew days
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LocalClippings.^The Fort Benton
correspondentof the Gazette furnishes the following^under date of May 28: ^To-day the St. Luke land^^ed with 180 tons of freight She is the largest boat^in the trade, and designed expressly for freight-^The river is only at a moderate stage, lacking six^feet of being as high as ia 66-7, bat an abundance^of water to let aay of the boats up. The following^is a copy of the manifest of the Sr. Luke: J R^Caldwell, 1475 pkgs muse,- g W Pritcbett, 263 pkgs^mdse; W McClellan, 22 pkgs mdse; C C Mnnsoo Sl^Co, 134 pkgs mdse; dag Flowerree, 30 pkgs^mdse, J Kinney, 89 pkgs mdse: Mansfield Sl Co, 58^pkgs mdse; Plant, Stickney Sl Ellis, '551 pkgs^mdse; Chas Hendrie, 550 pkgs mdse; a Weine-^shenk, 7 pkgs mdse; Dr S Beams, 51 pkgs mdse;^DCFarwell, 1 pkg mdse; J P Fink Sl Co, 187^pkgs mdsa
Fromthe Herald of June 2d : On the 25th ult.^the Indians paid Copperopolis a visit and run off^all the stock. They met with a stubborn resistance^from the few miners encamped there, which result^^ed in the premature decease of several of the^^pets,^ and the wounding of three white men. Mr^Crittenden received a slight wound in the head ;^CapL Jenkerson received two arrow wounds in the^left hip. and Capt. Byan had two arrow wounds^^one in the left leg and one in the right shoulder.^Our informant states that the led skins are^so numerous it is not safe for less than^twenty-five men, well armed, to venture to the^mouth of the Muscleshell. Verily, the fruits of the^Peace Commissioners doth ripen rapidly. There^are now about sixty men at work on Green Horn^gulch. The water, since the recent rains,is plenti^^ful and everything is encouraging for a season of^unusual prosperity.
DistrictCourt Proceedings.^Tues^^day, May 2^Dean vs. Baker, et al; demurrer ar^^gued. Mansfield vs. Tilton. etal; decree amended^on motion of plaintiff stattorney. Moody vs. Ed^^wards; application for continuance filed. Banm^Sl Werthrimer vs. A. Cohn- plea in bankruptcy en^^tered. A. K Will vs. Louisa Will; decree of di^^vorce granted. Eldridge Si Claw son vs. Thos- P.^Ames: Judgment by default for 82,730 damages,^and 8102 costs of snit. B. C Horn vs. Thos. P.^Ames: judgment by default for 84,100 damages,^and 818,50 costs. Maria Schaffer vs. Wm. Schaf-^fer; decree of divorce granted. ii. r. Comly was^admitted to practice as an Attorney at Law in all^the courts of the Territory.
PoliceCourt.^Wm. Meyers was
arrestedthis morning by officer Burmester for^smashing the door and window of a cyprian named^Belle Basquez, on West Main street. Meyers^pl ead guilty and was fined ten dollars and costs,^by Justice Duke. Belle, fearful of a repetition ot^this joke on the part of defendant, made affidavit^that her personal safety, and perhaps mortal ex^^istence was imperriled if Mr. Meyers be allowed^his liberty The Justice thought so too, and re^^quired Williams to give bonds in the sum of 8500^to keep the peace. The negro Dennio. arrested^yesterday by officer Warfield for petit larceny^was tried before Justice Duke and acquitted.
Ascion of the ancient and honorable^Smith family was delivered into the custody of^Sheriff Roberts yesterday by Mr. David Abbott,^upon the charge of an assault with the intent to^commit murder. It appears that an employee of^R. a. Hudoell^whose name we did not lssm^was riding near Clark's ranch, on the Benton road,^in search of stray oxen, yesterday morning,^when he was met by Smith, who, after asking^many questions about the roads, freight, etc., de^^liberately drew a revolver, and declaring that the^style of answering was ^played out^ fired three^shots at the teamster, the last oue taking effect in^the hip of the unfortunate man. The prisoner^assigns no reason for this singular conduct. He^manifests no regret, but asserts tbst certain parties^were ^after him^ for some time and that he intend^^ed to get even. He acknowledges having stolen^a horse at Sun river a few day* ago. The animal^is branded ^u. s.^ and is now in possession of the^United States Marshal. The action of Smith give^strong indications of insanity. He will be examin-^to-day.
Personal.Governor Green Clay
Smithand family will not leave for Benton until^Friday...Col. W. F.Sanders will arrive in Virginia
fromthe States per Thursday's coachMrs. J. 8.
Atchisonand children and Miss Netttie Bower^leave this A. M. for Benton and the States, the^former for ^home, sweet home.^ the latter for^school. Mr. A. accompanies his wile to the Upper
LaudingMr. e. s. Calhoun, the well known.
worthyand efficient representative of John How Si^Co., books his name for a passage to America and^says ^Adios^ from the Benton coach this morning.^Good bye, Ed May all the ' trade winds^ he au^^spicious to waft yon into Bridge-port in good old^fashioned. Barnumixed Connecticut, and speed the^promised day of returnThe last heard of Mr-^George Pauncefort, he was at Spokane aboard his^unique conveyance, the canvas-covered ^curricu^^lum,^ bound for Radersburg, where he doesn't^play the Dickens, but reads him on Saturday eve^^ning.
NewCounty.^In accordance with
theact of the Legislature passed Feb. 18 1863,and^modified by subsequent acts, approved respective^^ly Nov. 15 and Dec. 12, 1867. all that portion of the^Territory of Montana situated east of the32d merid^^ian of longitude west from Washington, hts been^by proclamation of the Governor, dated May 29th,^formed into a new County, to be known as Big^Horn county. The County Seat is located at Mus^^cleshell, until a majority of the electors of said^county shall, by voting at a special election, fix it^elsewhere. The following appointments have been^made and the officers iastrneasd to qualify and en^^ter upon the discharge of their duties immediately i^Probate Judge, T. P. Ames; Clerk sad Recorder,^A. J. Hunter; Sheriff. James S. Brewer; Assessor,^J. K-Roar; Treasurer, A: O. Grange-. County^Commissioners, r. W. Andrews, T. B. Whitson^and W. U Jenkerson.
Benevolence.^ Among the many
sehessesadopted by religious associations to cir^^cumvent the Sees and at the same time supply the^' sinews of war ^there is none more useful and war-^thy of support than the organization of a society for^the payment of postage on letters deposited ia the^post office without the aamaaary stamps. The Hel^eaa Sunday School Uaiea has taken this matter in^head. Daily taqalrv ia made at the post office by^an ngeat of the Sunday Schaol. and all letters not^properly stamped are prepaid and forwarded. Sev^^enty-eight letters have been seat through the Hele-^ia this way from April 5rb, 186B, to the^* data. The amount of donations received^by this Sunday School Is two dollars.
Postageto Canada.^It is evident^from the number of letters directed to Canada^which continue to pass through the mails with ten^cent postage stamps affixed ia pre-pay meat of the^postage, that a large portion of the- public are not^yet aware that on She 1st of April, 1868, the post^age on pre-paid letters between the United States^and the Dominion of Caaada was reduced to tiz^cents per half fll*f*i Unpaid letters to and from^Canada are chargeable with postage at the office of^delivery, at the rate of tea cents per ounce. To^Novia Seotia, New Brunswick. Newfoundland and^Prince Edwards Island the postage remains at ten^cents.JOHN POTTER, p. M.
AbbI veil^Mr. J, S. Osborne, late
fromJerusalem, Jaffa and Jersey, arrived from^Virginia last last night and gave us an opportunity^to welcome him back to Montana, which we do^most heartily. We published yesterday a some^^what extended notice ot his ^tramp.^ We bid^him rest from his labors and bide with us in peace^and content.
StolenHorse.^Dr, Brooks lost a
horsefrom his pasture about two weeks ago. Af^^ter hunting the country over the animal was given^up for lost. Last night the horse was found in the^Pacifio Stables, where it bad been left by an un^^known party and was delivered to the owner.
Apologetic.Through an accident
lastevening a portion of our advertising columns^got ^knockedinto pi,^ consequently we are com^^pelled to leave out several advertisements which^could not be set up in time for this morning's is-^b. They will appear in our next.
QueryIs the Island King any rela^^tion of the Poet King i
TheatricalThe Theatre re opened
forthe season last evening, under most flattering^auspices, with the ^Island King,^ Mr. George B,^Waldron sustaining the title role; Mrs. Waldron^appearing as Hortense. A very large and highly^appreciative audience greeted the aew stars with a^hearty welcome that changed to warm approba^^tion as the play progressed. The Island King is^decidedly sensational, a vivid unreality of the re^^fined French Schooll. It is unavoidably dull, lan^^guid, and draggy in the first three acts, but the^last two brings out in strong contrast'the subtleties of^avarice, the depth of ideal love, the deep, fervid^passions of mature manhood and the confiding^innocence of woman, in situations as startling as^they are unnatural. The success of Mr. Waldron^was established from his entree. He possesses*^voice of great power, passion, pathos and flexibility.^He is, withal, a fine elocutionist, and proved him^self an actor in the fullest sense of the word; being^effective without rant, and exhibiting care in every^minutia of the play ..although the dying groan was^about the heaviest we have heard- Mrs. Waldron^has an excellent stage figure.a classical face and is^also a fine reader, and although her rendering lacked^intensity in the strong, emotional passages, last^evening, we are assured the diffldenoe ot a first^appearance, in probably a new line, will be sue^ceeded by a freedom from restraint, and a favorite^ism wtth playgoers. The call before the certain^at the close of the play was rapturous- To-night,^The Marble Heart is up. Our Salt Lake friends^who are alive on theatricals, pronounce Mr. Wal-^dron's Raphael unsurpassed on the stage. There^should be a fnll house to see the Sculptor's Dream.
PublicMeeting.^A public meeting
iscalled for 8 o'clock this evening, at the corner of^Main and Wood streets to consit^ r the proposed^setting apart of 12,000 square miles of Montana as a^perpetual Indian reservation, and adopt resolutions^expressive of the dissent of the people of this Terri^^tory, to such a manifest wrong. His Excellency,^Governor Green Clay Smith,and other distinguish^^ed gentlemen will address the meeting. It h de^^sired that there should be a prompt and arge^attendence. It is a matter of moment, of viul in^^terest to nil, and a series of resolutions, approved^by the city of Helens, addressed to Conrress.^should have due weight in its legislation. W e^hope to see busi ness men turn out en matte.
Fresharrival at W. H. Weimar's, at
JohnHow's old stand, thirty tons of asserte^ gro^^ceries, tobaccos and liquors. A full assortment of^nil kinds of merchandise constantly on hand. All^goods delivered free of charge,^dtpwwtf
LincolnGuLcn.^The prevailing ma^^nia for building towns has reached this locality.^Three cities are now ia process of nonstruttion,^named' Springrille, Centerville and Roberts'ille ;^the latter is called Bob Town for short. Proerty^holders in these towus are very sanguine of a speedy^rise in the value of their respective sites. Tbey^present arguments to an expected purchaser of lots^by which, if failing to accomplish a sale in Bob^Town, at least leaves the mind in doubt as t^ the^value of real estate in Springville and Cente-ville.^By this course the Bob Town people gain a .Joint,^for as the world cannot stand still, it follows that^by keeping the spirit of improvement away from^Ceotreville and Springville. Bob Town mus' pro^^gress and flourish. The claims on Lower Keep^Cool Uulch have been laid over until Angtst 5.^One-fourth iu claim No. 32 below discovery sold^day before yesterday for two thousand dollars
tantsof that benighted section lying south o Cut-^'er and between Clore and West Main Street^were^visited yesterday by the Territorial GrandJury.^The object ot the said visit was the adjustment of^the much mixed question whether certain ral es^^tate near the corner of Cutler and West Mali St,^and consisting of a pile of tailings ten feet hifh and^a mud hole without soundings, should be appropri^^ated for the common weal of the neighborhood, or^should, as heretofore, be held as an accitnula-^tloo to the individual woe of Uncle Johnny. The^Grand Jurors examined the premises, listenei with^commendable patience to the statements o both^factions, and will doubtloss arrange the difloolty^on the basis of equitable justice and good norals^in their report.
ProbableCapture.^A disputes re^^ceived yesterday evening by Mr. W. Ml ^aylor,^Superintendent of the Montana line of Wells Far-^g*^ Si Co., from J. P. Cope, Superintendent A the^Boise Division, states that the capture of Ue late^coach robbers was highly probable. The fin men^from Bobbins' Division who Mr. Tayhf dis^^patched in pursuit, had followed them bftween^400 and 500 miles and were within 40 miles d Boise^City close on their heels. The Wells, Farg* men^were famished with fresh horses, and their apture^^s^at inevitable. Somebody will pro belly be^4 'left alone oo the road^ if they are caught.
Discharged.^ Two African fdlow-
dtizensnamed Jefferson Davis and Bajamin^Krankl,n were arrested yesterday morning * offi^^cer Warfield, on complaint of a nymph callel Car^riboo Mary for disturbing the peace. The defen^^dants were STrsngned.be/ore Justice Duke ssd the^evidence proving insufficient for eonvictioc were^permitted to go hence after receiving a reprimand^aad Statas wholesome advice by which to govern^their future oondnot
N.C Boswkll, from Reynolds City,
arrivedyesterday. The scarcity of marosadise^on the other side and the advantages offer* to tra^^ders ia the Helena market. Mr. Boswell it oae ol^the most extensive dealers ea oar Weston Slope^aad is a#oneer merchant of the Elk Creel Conn^^er-
FastFreight. ^ The Commiseicn^firm of McCormack, Caldwell St Co., received yes^^terday 33,000 lbs. of Salt In 10 lb. sacks | 150 dozen^superior Pick and Ax Handles | also a general as^^sortment of Granaries, This invoice arrived per^fast freigkt from Benton, and will be sold immedi^^ately on account of consignee*.
Circulation.We hoist this morn
ingat the head of our columns the sign, Large*^Cireulation in Montana, and mean it, for the Daily^post. The Weekly has always had it We stand^ready, if any one disputes the fact, to prove what^xve assert and back our opinion as substantially as^may be desired by any one skeptically inclined on^the subject. Come on.
shonSi Mansfield received their first train of wines,^liquors, tobaccos, etc, yesterday from lien ton.^Hugh Kirkendall's mule train unloaded ten wag^^ons at McCormack. Caldwell Sl Co.s' store the same^day.
Legal.The United States District
Courtmet yesterday morning. The cause of the^people vs Thomas O. Roland, indicted for murder,^was called and the following named trial Jurors^sworn: S II Cassady. J W Kirkland, Jaa Lemon,^W S Milligan, 8 F Molitor, C B Scott, M H Ran^^dall, J Armitage, C L Smith, J Cox, J Gooden-^augh and G R Somers. Benjamin was sworn on^the part of the prosecution. Defendants moved for^a discharge on the ground of informality of jury^list; motion taken under advisement, and jury^placed in charge of u. S. Marshal.
TeritorialCourt^June 3d .^W.
Weinshenckvs a Wienshenck; heard on demurrer.^S. Loeber vs g. k. Somers; demurrer filed. Chas.^Dixon vs W- k. Roberts, sheriff; replication and^demurrer filed. Henry Monroe vs W. K. Huberts,^sheriff; same entry. e. H. Wilson vs Wheeler et^al; answer filed. T. U. Klienschmidt vs B. Morse;^motion to vacate judgment filed.
FalseAlarm.^We are informed
uponreliable authority that the statement copied^by us from the Herald of June 2d, concerning In^^dian depredations at Copperopolis; is incorrect.^Jenkerson and Crittenden, the men reported to have^been wounded, are now at Muscleshell unhurt.^Elk Creek.^Twelve companies are
nowworking bed-rock flumes ou Elk Creek, com^^mencing on the discovery claim and running be^^low the mouth of McGinnis' Gulch, a distance Sf^five miles. About 200 men are employed on tbs^creek. The ground is yielding better than ever^before and is sufficient in extent to furnish paying^diggings for the next five years.
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CarpenterShelley.^On board the steamer^Octavia,Benton,M.T..May 31, 1888, by Judge H I).^I'pham, Mr. K. W. Carpenter, of Helena M. T., to^Miss Josephine G. Shelley, of Hartford, Conn.
Mr.Carpenter, as Business Agent of the post,^has been eminently successful in solicitations net^contemplated by us. We extend heartiest con^^gratulations, good wishes, eto.
Tothe wtf*^ of T. If. Kleinschrijiilt, on the morn^\xift of the *-M, a sod.
Stillthey Come.^Sunday s coach^from Salt Lake brought back to us Samuel Rus^sell, Esq.; of the firm of Samuel Russell Sl Co., and^Mr. Joseph Griffith, of the firm of Griffith Sl Thomp^^son- The last named jrentleman was accompanied^by his wife snd makes his future home here.
AnotherChange of Base.^Major
Bruce,editor aud proprietor of the Democrat, has^moved his press and material from the corner of^Jackson and Idaho, next to the People's Theater,^back to the old stand on Idaho street adjoining the^Executive office.
DistrictCourt.^The District Court
ofthe First Judicial District met on Monday.^There is a full docket, and a majority of the cases^will be litigated. The first week of the court will^be occupied In hearing and disposing of motions,^etc. Jury trials will commence with the second^mgsmv
Comingto Stat.^We learn that
Prof.Swallow, who ii on bis way from the States^with a mill to be erected on the Ballarat lode, in^Highland district, is also bringing his family with^him. His house is now being fitted up for his use^in Red Mountain city, where be is expected boos.
Unableto Work.^We learn that
thecool weather of the last lew days has stopped^much of the supply of water at Summit. Miners^are consequently troubled with a great scarcity of^that fluid. There is a large amount of snow on the^mountains at the head of the gulch.
NewFirm.^We learn from the Dem^^ocrat that Dr. L. Daema has entered into partner^^ship with Dr. C. Mussigbrod to engage in the^practice of medicine. The Doctor has an excel^^lent reputation both as a physician and surgeon, as^also has his partner, Dr. Mussigbrod. We wish^the new firm success.
Bed-RockFlumes.^Blake ^ Co. who
havea bed-rock flume jast below town,ha' e made^several small clean ups from side sluices and are^doing well. a day or two since, they struck a^rich streak of pay, which they are now working.^The bed rock pays well all along.
LocatedMr, D. W . Tilton, having
leasedhis store to Mr. Weimer, the former has re^^moved his stock of stationery, books, etc., further^up the street on the same aide, occupying the^rooms lately vacated by the county treasurer.
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JOHNPOTTER, P. am.
[CorrectedDaily for the montana post, being^based upon actual sales for clean gnlch gold tinst at^818 00 per ounce.]
HelenaMay 31, 186S^FLOUR.
8lLouis If Sack812 00
WesternSpring Extras-#9 00
SaltLake, extra, 9 00 ^ 10 00
Otherorands8 00d^ 9 00
8Od d, ^ 00^10 00^11 00912 00^11 0C^12 00^7 7539 00
ShortsV lb5o ^ Brna
HardBread20 Pilot Bread
WaterCrackers... 20 Boston
Sugar do40 Ginger snaps 40
Heavysides 100 lbs 30o
MediumSides 100 lbs. ago
PrimeCanvassed ^ IB.00c
LETTER1.1 s r.
Lettersremaining unclaimed in the Post (Jfflce,^Helena City, June 4,
ArnoldC II Arnold W W^B
BettP BBerstler O U P
BrorowA J Brorow J A^Baker WBarger S
Basse*CSlie tee W F
BloomJ LBird G W
BloomPBaily D d
BlairW GBussell F
BussellA A Bremen DD^Bradd B
Decsr.wS^Ball Jno J^Barratt Jas^Bowling J no^Black Jos^Bischegg G^Dnmgardner C^Bra't D D
Largecans.27 8 35 | Small cans
Werk'sCincinnati ^^ lb
Sugar,scarce at 45 a 50c
Riochoice if lb
Ordinary do ...................
1b paper, Helena ground
YoungHyson ^ lb
Japanese,in papers, 4* B^
Field'sSteamed if case00 00
Vcase J size boxes$30 mj
*t boxes40 00
Peachesf case 820 Peas
PineApples16 Peach Marmalade
Strawberries30 Corn 18
Tomatoes18a20 Blackberries 13
.35o^. 3 to^.. 55c
200^1 75^1 50
StatesPeaches t* lb .^Salt Lake Peaches....
Currantsdo^Cherries do^Ground Cherries 4^ lb.^Prunos
Raisins#^* 24-fi^ box^15 00
Vi boxesg 00
itb boxes 450
Belcher'sGolden 4*10 gal. ke^ ^40 00
8H M flO gal keg^..*i^ 00
Sorgum^*^ gal3 00
Doubletape ft Gc Cotton 3^4c
9lb-35o Cast steel.50c
Camlner H^Cunningham Wm Cunningham P Casby JM^OrmsMsjgs J M Cooper F r Cunse F H^Crady B^Clark Pat^Campbell J II^Calahaa J
Dovins8 H^Downer P^Dualap n
Corney8 C^Clark A W^Carrone 8 D^Cabo H
DanlireL W^Dukehnrd L^Dicker Thos
ChalsayW H^Cavrico e^Caning Geo
DoroughtyThos Davidson C H
FosterA B^Fores Dan^Freedeoa I^Felloes Jno^Furguson RK
FoleyN Q^need L^Fry H P
DucheilII^Daw ling J^Dodge W W^Dewitt H^Darling K A
FoulksLieut J^^ioisaias J^FlffeR
Falking ham J J Fails L^Fassett Sl Co Furguson R K^
GottisehJ Govnon M
(talluwavJas Garth If A
Lewis4k Bro's Eld. Extra *f lb81 20
do do Premium1 00
Telegraph,per Gross.^Per case 2 dos boxes.
V100 lb sacks.^^* 25 lb keg..-
....89 00 ^ 12 00^82
...25d22o^....814 00^20 00
Coal*^ gal 86 00 Lard
Linseed2 50 Neat foot....
lb35 @ 45 I $ sack Mc
V6 64@7 I Greenfield ^ lb
4dand 6d \f keg
HorseShoe Nails, ^Grinxta^.._
lOd30.00 8d - - - -
CRHAMTARTAR | MUSTARD.
9lb40c I ^ box 2 dos...
Jamaica201b box $14 ! Grain 40c
Koot!p^lb75c Ground 201b box $12
.4 50^...ti 00
A case ^ gal...816 tt 18 10 gal kegs...
do i do.
37Ranch^40 I Sa.t Lke^SOAP.
California30c | White
Inbulk ** IBsv
10 m sack
4*gal85 0038 00 I *^ case.
Imported.-.*'00^12 00 I Heidsick J
Domestic5 50*6 00 | Sparkling^ 'j
GIN.AXES^ic86 ^ 8 I *^ box 1 doz ... u i
Shaved4* dos-....10 50 Common
Perdozen, 8pring Point
do 8tiff do
Handled*^ doz860 I V doz
4*doz830 = A11 size* ib sag
Prestoni** dozJ 50 | *^ ton
Onfoot4c I f thousand
fthousand 4 50- 4^* thousand
BUTTEH.Salt Lake 4* fb...45^60c I Ranch *^ a^HONEY.
fa10 lb cans403-50 Cases 2 doz kattsmtB
BWing^^ keg $14
Hide^^ keg lg
Fancy(French) *^ IB
EO ^ L
NOTICEia herebygiven that by virtue of^power contained in r certain indenture of snttm^executed by Thos. Williams and Frederick 1^k!^to G. Goldberg, I. Morris and M. Morris, beari^date 29th day of October, 18C7, and which *^given to secure the payment of a certaii note, Ixi^ing date September 2 Id, 18G7. for e ghty-thr^ounces of clean gulch gold dost of the val^eighteen hundred and sixty-f-ven 50-'00 dolla^and such further indebtedness for good* c^might thereafter accrue from said Wiliia;^and Bee bee to said Goldberg. Morris ai^Morris, and which en the first day of Hi^amounted t seven hundred and eighty-eight di^lars and seventy-five cents in gold dust, and whi^is of the value in currency of nine hundred h;^eighty-five dollars and uinety-three cents, ai^which said sums of money amounted in all oo tl^first day of May to two thousand ti^ht hnndn^and fifty-three Jollarr and forty-three cents, a^which is now due and unpaid, we shall on the 4^day of June. A D 1868, between the hours of ti^o'clock a m and five o'clock p m of taid day.^front of the Court House in Helena, in the coud^of Lewis and Clarke, Montana Territory, sell^public auction to the highest bidder for cash^hand, the following described property, viz-T^oce undiyided half of a certain water ditch, eaL^the Prickly Pear Ditch, running Jroin Deer Cr*^to Trinity gulch, in Lewis and Clarke (late Edgi^ton) county; also, the following described ku.^mining property, viz. The undivided one fonr^part of discovery claim and claim uumber oor^low discovery, and the lower one hundred fve!^claim number one above discovery, on Mell^^Bar in said Trinity gulch, county aforesaid. C^veyances of said property will be made to the pt^chaser immediately on payment of pur'-haie^ney.
G.GOLDBERG,^J. MOKRLS.^M. MOHKLS.
Wm.Clll MASERO, Attorney.
Helena.May 4, i86ri. ltd)
Helena,Montana, May 14, l^r
THECO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore ezutii^under the firm name of Poznaiusk/ Sl Beh:^is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All a^counts against and due the firm will be settled^F. Poznainsky, who will contiuue the budssst^the old stand
FELIXPOZNAINSKY. I^LOUIS BEHM.
ThaiUiRt for the liberal patronage be^tori^while in partnership with Mr. Pehm, I ^alesl^continuance of the same.
NOTICEis hereby given that by virtue sf I^power contained in a certain indenture^mortgage executed by R. B. Parrott to tut* unde^signed, dited 12th October, 1867, and which vi^given to ^^^^cure the payment of a certain cote b^^ing even date therewith tor the ^um of twelve bn^dred and fifty dollars, payable sixty daya after^date, with interest st the rate of five per cent^month from its date Hal paid. The whole amou^of said note aud iuteres* being now due and u^paid, we ahall, on the 24th day of June, VI'.-^between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clo^p. m- of aaid day, at the front door of the Bank ^^Nowlan and Weary on Main atreet in Helens, Lert^ia and Clarke county, Montana Territory, aell^the highest bidder for cash the following descri'^personal properly, viz: Oae Wright Steam St^mill, being the property described in said n^fage.NOWLAN Sl WKARY.
Helena,May 22, 1S08-m23^ td
IOST,between Benson's Ranche on Mat^J Prickly Pear, and Three Mile creek, a buc^akio g'ove containing two purses, one with 53 $^^^nuggets and two twenty dollar gold pieces, t^other, two ounces clean McClellan gulch gold ^ln;
Thefinder by leaving the same at the office^the Montana POST, will receive the above rewan^C F. BRADBIKY^Helena, May 30th, 1868- my30d3t.
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