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Ieg7l Jt-iee I
I(. S. LND OFFICE.
1, , 1'ui:'." ar :.,rr.:e y ii tieiel that CHARLES
is 1:1 no waujer authorized to act
r antl isin n.. way connecteie
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Ij;.NKRI PTCY NOICE.
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.\-1'u",, " l"enlauimu L".yy, of
I. e -cis az..l C~arke, awl,
1,.-a~3 hoI::us b.-en adjudlc.d a
S!:. "n T eti.:i, by the sul~renit,
1.LLAM tBi. JUDD.
-:,mate the We eekly Montana POST"
1 .n"r :t whic the a~ho.-v notice aha1l
. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ u - I....I: ._,t' .,c. Ba:..rl
. rdlng to law.
!,7 in'-hn! at V irc'n a City, .." tin.+
--iv A 1.
.:iºe . MUFFI Y,
ReŽgiste: in Bankruptcy.
B.I NKWRUPTCY NOTICE.
i I t - ti vnotice. that on the 25th day of
.1.1 .- 1. i. 1-"- a warrant in Bankruptcy
I .- aka.;in..t h e-ate of George Church
;, ..I . . .\. l't 'une, , of the c,.unty of Madison.
a:. T 1.:rtory of Montana. who have been ad
. :,i.,t I arkrupts on their own petitions. that the
,r, :,,t :f any debts and delivery of any prop
, L.onarnf to such Bankrupts, to them. or for
:. u-. atr the transfer of any property by
a. . ,- bittde, by law; that a meeting of the
, r- ,,f t, saii IBankrupts, to prove their
:.: - I:, eti, se one or more Assignees of their
.". ";i h,- held at a court of Bankruptcy, to
S!. at the City Hail, in the City of Virginia,
.: lMadison, :nl Territ"ry of Montana.
T,. r" .liheo. Multy. Register, on the Rth day of
la; _-. -t. . I). 1.I;. 1 -, at 10 o'clock. A . SI.
I S. 5Marshal (as Messenger) for the District
of 'Montana Territory.
By J. J. lit LL Deputy.
DAVI, COWAN, Virginia City, M. T., att'y for
TIII . t,, give notice, that on the2tith day of
.litne. . DD.. Il~te. a warrant in Bankruptcy
was is.ilnel e.ainst the estate of Richard Fisher.
of Sprinrville, in the county of Jefferson. and
iTrritory ,t Montana, who has been adjudged a
B)ankrupit in his own petition; that the payment
,I any debts and delivery of any property belong
; t< u",h IBankrupt, to him. or for his use, and
.0 tr:atsfer of any property by himt are forbidden
blv lan. that a meeting of the creditors of the said
t:1nkrlltt, to prove their debts, and to, choose one
r tirre A.signees of his estate. will be held at a
Couilrt of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the City
ilht!. in the City of Virginia, county of Madison,
ll .r';tiry ,of MItnta.na, before 'Theo. Mutfly.
' r, i the 15th day of August. A. D. lrG..,
a 1,, ,..,k A. M. NEIL IIOWIE.
I -;. Marhal (as Mes'enger) for the District
of Montana Territory.
WM. CUWUMASERO, Heletna, M. T.. att'y for
Pet ,ti. er. jylO-w3:.
' IIE ce-partnership heretofore existing between
1 ;.ree l'errv. Louis Bruckman andt Henry
\, vttenhacth. undler the tirm name. (ieorge ferry
.k Co. is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
All accounts against and duo the firm will be
S:t'-l by George Perry and Lou.,is Bruckman, who
nif! continue the business undter the saume firm as
LOUIS BRUCK MAN,
i.ucoln tiulch. May 23, lSt . d25-2t-wtf.
I AIR RESTORATIVE.
i OSEPII FltIAND, the French Barber at Dia
F mond City, is prepare.l to restore hair to the
h,,"i. andl will rive security that the hair will grow
n all i:s natural beauty and lustre or no charge
will be iumade, providing r ustolers will give secu
r::v that the work will be paid for if the hair is
two thousan.l dollars. according to the case. that
the hair n ill be restored in all its natural luxurian
cv. ant in return would only ask se.unrity that he
cwcure his pay if the job is satisfactory. All kinds
of work lielioniuing to the trade will be done in a
::utnn' r to n. arrant thie utmost satisfaction.
N. 1;. I dlidt not wish to pt.blish my business to
the public until I had satisfactory evidence that I
could accomplish what I olaime.L Having done
b. in saue extre:ne cases I am now reedy to pro
-,ed t bulinr:.s, and would ask the afflicted to
ltisr ui a. iti call, i xt door to the \What Cheer
ote;l. JOSEPH FRIAND
Diamo.:d City, It T. April 2.3 wly
-- EL. -RIT r ISI_ TC3- _
I)EEII LiOD)GE CITY, MONTINA.
SL- NITURE 1MANL FtCTO RY
ESTABLISHED 1(; s !
I-an:-factures and keeps constantly on hand and
for sale on the most reasonable terms,
EVERY VARIETY OF FURBNITURE!
Ilouse and Sign Painting
- i;:lADY MA.DE COFFINS. ~kdltfw3m
(ieo. J. l1ai'. B. Stiekney. Jr. Chas F. EI..
PLANT, STICKNEY & ELLIS.
Suecessors to Vare. Ellis & Co.
Liquors &s Teas,
Iron and Steel,
MAIN STREET, HELENA,
Is Seemre trom Fir.
STAR 1TJ A +AI ,
DBoAD on the day r week. The Wd etwUe
j w applh wi te- ddMe~lt t e.ass.
Tom C. Power,
FORT BENTON, MONTANA,
Storage & Commission
Wholesale dealer Ia
OUTFITTING GOODS !I
Liberal Advances made on Consignmenta
Also Agent and dealer in
(f the latest and most improved patents.
LIGHT MARKET WAGONS8
FARMING K'AB ]sS.
Having the exclusive ageney for the above farm
ing implements, and bc.n Samiliar with the right
kind necessary for the Territory.I will only import
wh&at is needed,and will warrant to sell lower than
any one else.
Circular and Price Current, Address
TOM C. POWER,
Fort Benton, M. T.
Snayders, Wingert & Co.,
l ITE are now prepared to furnish a superio
VV quality of the following kinds of
anne d at the
Equal in Tannage, Finish and Durability to the
very Lestqua!ity of Easter tanned Leather.
FIRST QUALITY SOLE LEATHER, per lb.: 58 cts
FINISHED CALF SKINS, per dozen, $60 to $110
do KIP do do 75 to 120
FAIR and COLORED SHEEP SKINS,
Per dozen, $16 to 17.50
FINISHED UPPER, per Side, $6 to $9
Notice the reduction'il price !
E IN G PRACTICAL TANNERS OUR
) SELVES, and determined that Montana shall
supply her own Leather, we are daily turning out
fiished lather of all classes which for quality and
DEFY C OM3IPETITION
Kept constantly on haud and cut to any desired
size to suit customers.
We have appointed the 'following persons as
Agents for the sale of stock, where manufacturers
and consumers are respectfully solicited to call and
NICK MILLEN, [Gurney & Co.1 - HELENA
W. P. ARMSTRONG, Wallace St., - VIRGINIA
SNY1)ERS, WINGERT t CO.
Mill Creek, M. T.
Feb 1, w ly
DR. Ii UFELJ1DV' "S
SWISS STOMACH BITTERS
TRY Aps T h w"
TRY iem the ase,.-., lmeh o -f
TRTY **ys b *..m.. -:..
TI Fe Per se at all wholeeas ad Feai I
S qur, drag and groeeey mses.
OJ. DTUISW ummT IT:
TAU LOR & BENDEL, Sole
I34198 4130ay . l, 3mIass
DAnOL STIIJET & o.
seer .dKS City aa* Whifps s =,
erawb. psMLbr .. ..t =all
w : ,d m m - I -
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. BR .fK!L
uE~Y U ~wb
For Disbursing Officers !
Paid in Capital, - - -$100,000
Authorized Capital, $500,000
S. T. HAUBER, S. M. HALL,
Jao. S. ATCMISOI; Cashier.
First National Bank
Minerals and Ores orrectly Amyed.
GOLD AND SILVER BARS
Guaranteed U. 8. Standard
AUGUSTUS STEITZ, Assayer.
IXCL USI VEL r
BOOTS AND SHOES!
GURtNEY & CO.,
TVWHOLESALE & iRE7AIL
BOOTS AND SHOES.
No. 34, Main Street, ,
HELENA, - - MONTANA.
D At the SIGN of the
I BIG IiOOT I
N. B. Gurney & Co's. Boots and Shoes as
Custom made and Warranted.
189 ly NICK MILLE N.
KING & GIL .llTE
HELENA. - - - i -T
Boots and Shoes,
Mosy advanced er imeshdai, and Igeedrtd
ie aAro-pro" .wa i6.
w124* K & eSLLW*.
A FINE farm, four mile East of Mismal
Mills, on the road to Deer odge aW
lying immediatly on the great thorowg-are
from Oregon to the
This place is highly improved with ea m
fortabbi frame house, one ud Or-bhalto
ries hiigh, Ae rooms, smebis, oowns ar Jall
the neemy outhoures. A yeg and
thrifty orchud, irif ig ditches ad pI~ty
of water to toed thle L at ay seMon.
Also, a field of dixty acre, ad good
S T'A. BIL E
On th oosite side of t river.
All of -e above p rty will be sol i
m lot, at -resomtebsm. For terms y
to W. B. 8.HIGnS onBiu .
w3 a o Wordm m A , A. braila
"H l, - - - - MamA rer»,
."JfOlr.6I A3I, f lat. I'
am. x m. . - n'oui m l
Fort ae, s, . .
':'~ »-L i *
ESTABLISHED 1847 I
Numse., Carrll & C*.,
BALTIMORE, - MARYLAND.
LOR the aeoommodatioa of our Western Trade
. we have opened a
.R AWNCH HOUSE,
River St., Chicago,
And shall at all times keep on hand a
LARGE STOCK OF
OF THE BEST QUALITY !
To which we respectfhlly invite the attention
SOLE AGENTS FOR
BORDE'8 00NDENBED MILK,
A. FIELD'S OYSTERS
Numsen, Carroll & Co.,
I BAL. 'I'1 7MORE
AAND 15 S 47
RIVER STREET, CHICAGO
Smith d r1 Grn..te
BANNACK CITY, M. T
Always have on hand and for sale a
TEA, COFFEE. SUGARS'
SALT, SPICES, FLOUR,
DACON, HAMS, sOAP,.
HAR D 7V .AR E!
BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING
Dry Shoods, Etc.
Al% a lgrl sad well-assoted stook of Drags am
'AU .to WU.i.m be ""at MM Lwr
WYCj aih ýricem !.
We ha.. a emi.d.a1o
_us m~i*wmg w bm Im.
Welw.rth & Darte
GUERALL EASTERN OFFICE
254 Broadway, New York.
GSRAL WESTERN OFFICE :
St Joseph, - - - Missouril
W ILL FORWARD FREIGHT TO THU TER
COLOR AD O,
-TT mA~ I
I o ntana
Frem their Warehouses at the terminus of the
Union Pacific Railroad
U. P. RAIL ROAD, E. D.
For rates, shipping directions, etc., apply at the
General Ofloes of the Company, or to
Kight & Parker, Agents, No. 106 *ashington
George B. XoCullOh, Agent, No. 42 South
h 8treet, Philadelphia
Bidney 0ioe Agent, No. 1 Barnet House Cin.
JosDh ofbntire, Agent, No. 72 Commercial
Stre . t. Lous.
Henry Har i Agent, No. 53 Clark St. Chic'go
Daniels & Brown, Agents, Denver, Colorado.
George T. Cark, Agent, Central City, Col.
Fishe O £ sC, Aents, Golden City, Colorado,
Godbe I M itch.A ts, Salt Lake City,
PFOUTS & RU LL, Agents, Virginia
Daniel Corbin, Agent, Helena, Montana.
Smith & Graeter, Agents, Bannack and Mon
O. E1. Blake, Agent, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Oscar Nicholson, Agent, Junction City, Kan
sas, (present terminus U.P. KR. E.D.)
G. C` T O .N Contracting Agent, North
tte Station, 'ebraka, (present terminus
U. P.R. B, or to
F. E. SHORT.
137 General Traveling Agent.
I. G. Baker & Bro.,
Wholesale and retail dealers in every descrip
suitable for Banchmen, Miners and Freighters.
We will offer great iudnoements to cash buyers as
we are buying a large stock of goods which must
be sold, and are receiving U. S. currency
Cash advances made on
Also, superior facilities for storage of any class
of merchandise or machinery. my2Sw3m
No. 36 Main St.
Q30g p. FINK & CO.,
gsea- retail d-sts ia
Custo m-M ade
Gents' S Ladies'
Boots and Shoes
weeniua s S" M - * I
whoseme I~ICe ses sewte
Oam..ighth of a mile suth of 8in River cross
ing, ad four miles east of
FORT SHAW, M. T.
C. A. BULL & CO., Proprietors.
NOW open for guests, and fitted up In first class
style. A No. 1. two story house entirely new,
fitted up with commodious, finely finished and
furnished bed rooms, and
spread with the best the market affords. Every
attention shown to our guests.
GIVE US A CALL;
We promise yon good meals, clean beds, good
Usage and moderate bills at the
GOOD STABLE AND COI:RAL.
Feed, Stabling and Good Grooming,
E:XTRA CH A RIC E.
T 1i 'E PUBLIC!
WE GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION
FURNISHING S TB E
Connected with the above Establishment.
Frrighters, Travellers and Residents supplied
BOOTS and SHOES,
At the lowest
Provisions, Milk, Butter and all kinds of pro
duce kept constantly on hand. In short we pur
pose to make the NATIONAL HOTEL
Headquarters for Everybody,
And respectfully solicit Public patronage.
liveUs a Call!
Conveyance for Guests to and from Fort Shaw,
SGrilth & Thonmpson,
IN ALL KINDS OF
SHIVGLES, DO ORS,
SASH AND BLINDS,.
And all kinds or
B UILDING .MA4 TERIAL,
E are ppared to Contract for the erection of
QUABTZ MILLS, DWELLINGS, and all
STONE, BRICK OR FR A2iL
ALSO keep constantly en hand a choice Ua
STORE ON IDAHO STREET.
W E assure the publi that with our facilities
"for materials, we can take oontracts at the
OF ICE and Lumber Yard, oan orner of Idaho
and Van Baren Streets.
5. B. LORAINE,
Big Hole Bridge,
On the most direct route fr6m Virginia City to Silver
Bow, keeps on hand
A LARGE SUPPLY
PRO VISlONS AAD GROCERIES .
REMiuMErr PROVYD FOR TRAVELER
A fIN' BTABLB
3. F. PHELPS,
AUW US Laws ýunaek, U. T.,
WJILr L practee ilan Se earte e< the Teirrity.
" 1 pay spsiel athutol to the olsetiom of
. a itim 18135
STr TWG HOUSE
U~TNlUlIJ CITY, X. T.
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