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THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, JULY 17.
I. s. Li IN^ OFFICE.
HniH,M. T., July 3, 186^,^Public are hereby uotified that CHARLES^\\ .vr'.ARS. is no uiaur.fr authorized to act^: us, '^ ^ :n do way c^-nnecvd^Sk ti^i* eSnaa.O. B O'BAN'NON,
Register.GEO. McLEA N^,^iMMI Receiver.
B.V3iKRlPTC^ NOICB .
CaseX. .. J.^Iu the ivipreme Court of ^^the Territory of Montana. )^In the Matter of Benjamin f^Levy. Bankrupt. J^^ rkom it may concern:
TheumJewijrneil hereby gives notice of hU ap-^-giataveut as Assignee ^^t Benjamin Leyy, of^Wjlmi :^ county ^^f Lo-rris and Clarke, and^Bulimy0' Montana, who has Ix-en adjudged a^Haakrupt upon his own Petition, by the Supreme^Court of ^aid Territory.^Helena M. T., May 15th. A. I^. 186S.
TheUnited State*. )^Territory of Montaua. 5^I hereby designate the ^ Weekly Montana PoeT^^as the news!^aper iti which the above notice shall^be published by the said William ii. Judd. As^^ne* of the estate of Benjamin Levy, Bankrupt^ajtsvaM, according to law.^i; yen under my hand at Virginia City, on this
f -Vay A. L). 1,
im,MUFFLY,^3twn200Register in Bankruptcy.
FI R 8T
Tom C. Power,
Groceries,Liquors! j Dcsi^M^ted Depository
'HISis to give notice, that on the i'.th day of^V. 1^. l-t^H a warrant in Bankruptcy^was issued against the estate of George Church^ar.-l John A. Met'tine, of the county of Madison,^and Territory of Montana, who have been ad-^judired Bankrupts on their own petitions, that the^payment of any debts and delivery of any prop^^erty belonging to such Bankrupts, to them, or for^their use. and the transfer of any property by^thfio are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the^creditors of the said Bankrupts, to prove their^debts, and to choose one or more Assignees of their^^-**ate*. will be held at a court of Bankruptcy, to^be balden at the City Hall, in the City of Virginia,^county of Madison, and Territory of Montana,^before.Theo. Mnffly, Register, on the -;U day of^August, A . D. 196* at 10 o'clock. A. M.
NEILHOWIE.^V. S. Marshal (as Messenger) for the District^of Montana Territory.^By j. J. 11 i'll, Deputy.^David Cow as, Virginia City, M. T.. att'y for^Petitioners. jyl0-w3w
LiberalAdvances made on Consignments
AlsoAgent and dealer ia
if the latest and most improved patents.
THRESHINGMACHINES,^CONCORD BUGGIES^LIGHT MARKET WAGONS,
Ilaviagthe exclusive agency for the above tann^^ing implements, and be'ng familiar with the right^kind necessary for the Territory,I will only import^what Is needed.and will warraut to sell lower than^any one else.
Circularand Price Current, Address
TOMC POWER,^Fort Benton, HI. T.
ForDisbursing Officers !
Paidin Capital, - - -$100,000^Authorized Capital, $500,000
THISis to give notice, that oa the 26th day of^June, A. D., IfcfiB, a warrant ia Bankruptcy^was issued against the estate of Richard Fisher,^of Springville, in the county of Jefferson, and^Territory of Montana, who has been adjudged a^Bankrupt on his own petition; that the payment^of any debts and delivery of any property belong^ing to such Bankrupt, to him. or for his nse, and^aba ttiuisler of any property by him are forbidden^by law; that a meeting of the creditors of the said^Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to choose one^or more Assignees of his estate, will be held at a^Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the City^Hall, in the City of Virginia, county of Madison,^and Territory of Montaua, before Theo. Muffly.^Kegister, on the 15th day of August A. D. I^6r3,^at 10 o clock A. M.NEIL HOWIE.
U.S. Marshal (as Messenger) for the District
ofMontana Territory.^VVm. Chumasf.ro, Helena, M. T.. atfy for^Petitioner. jy!0-w3w
Snyders.Wingert ^ Co.,
HAUSER,S. M. HALL.
President.Vice-President.^JHO. 8. ATCHISON; Cashier.
Mineralsand Ores correctly Assayed.^GOLD AM^ SILVER BARS
GuaranteedU. 8. Standard
Hansen,Carroll ^ Co..
TX^R the accommodation of our Western Trade^i^ we
wehave opened a
WEare now prepared to furnish a superio^quality of the followiug kinds of
anned at tlie
THEco-partnership heretofore existing between^Oeorjre Perry, Louis Bruckman and Henry^\V vttenbach, uuder the rirm name, (ieorge Perry^ii'Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Allaccounts against and duo the firm will be^settled by George Perry and Louis Bruckman, who^will continue the business under the same firm as^before.
GEORGEPERRY,^LOUIS BRUCKMAN,^HENRY WITTENBACH^Lincoln Ualch, May 23, 1868.d25-2t wtf.
TOSEPHFill AND, the French Barber at Dia-^f J mond City, is prepared to restore hair to the
bald,and will give security that the hair will grow^n all its natural beauty and lustre or no charge^will be made, providing customers will give secu^^rity that the work will be jiaid for If the hair is^restored. Mr F. will give security from fifty to^two thousand dollars, according to the case, that^the hair will be restored in all its aa'ural luxurian-^cy, anil in return would only ask security that be^secure his pay if the job is satisfactory. All kinds^of work l*longing to the trade will be done in a^manner to warrant the utmost satisfaction.
N.li. I did not wish to publish my business to^the public until I had satisfactory evidence that I^could accomplish what I claimed. Having done^so in some extreme cases I am now reedy to pro^^ceed to business, and would ask the afflicted to^favor me wiih u call, next door to the What Cheer^Hotel.JOSEPH FR1AND
DiamondCity, M T, April 25 wly
Equalin Tannage, Finish and Durability to^very Lestquaiity of Easter tanned Leather.
FIRSTQUALITY SOLE LEATHER, per lb.^ 58 cts^FINISHED CALF SKINS, per dozen, $60 to $110^do KIP do do$T5 to 120
FAIRand COLORED SHEEP SKINS,
Perdozen, $16 to 17 50^FINISHED UPPER, per Side,$6 to $9
Noticethe reinctioii'iii price!
WHOLESALE^ BET AIL
\^. 31, 3Ialn Street,
N.B. Gumey ^ Co s. Boots and Shoes a^^Custom made and Warranted.
RiverHt., CZi 1 i* sili^^.
Andshall at all times keep on hand a
OFTHE BEST QUALITY!
Towhich we respectfully invite the attention^oi Purchasers-
Numsen,Carroll ^ Co.,
One-eighthof a mile sooth of San River cross^^ing, and four miles east of
FORTSHAW, M. T.
C.A. BULL ^ CO., Proprietors.
NOWopen for guests, and fitted up in first class^stylo. A No. 1, two story house entirely new.
fittedup with commodious,^furnished bed rooms, and
2t54Broadway, New York.
GENERALWESTERN OFFICE |
St.Joseph, - - - Missouri
spreadwith the best the market affords. Every^attention shown to our guests.
GIVEUS A CALL;
Wepromise vou good meals, cleau beds,^usage and moderate bills at the
EINOPRACTICAL TANNERS OCR^SELVES, and determined that Montana shall^supply her own Leather, we are daily turning out^finished leather of all classes, which for quality and^price we
DEERLODGE CITY, MONTANA.
Manufacturesand keeps constantly on hand and^foraaleou t,.e most reasonable terms,
EVERYVARIETY OP FURNITURE!
Houseand Sign Fainting
J^o;ttlytlone^.^r^^ READY MADE COFFINS. 13dltfw3m
Geo.J. riant, b. Sttekney, Jr. Chas f. Ellis.
PLANT,STICKNEY ^ ELLIS.
Suecessorsto Ware. Ellis ^- Co.
IsScc^re from Fire.
Keptconstantly on baud and cut to any desired^size to suit customers.
Wehave appointed the following persons as^Agents for the sale of stock, where manufacturers^ud consumers are respectfully solicited to call aud^examine.
NICKMILLEN, [Gurney ^ Co.l^W. P. ARMSTRONG, Wallace SL,
SNYDERS,WINGERT^ CO.^Projyrietors,^PIONEER T.W'XERY,
MillCreek, HI. T.
FebL w ly
Moneyadvanced on merchandise, and goods sored^in a tire-proof warehouse.^wt24*KING Sc. GILLETT.
Thebest Purifier of the Blood '.
Apleasant Tonic !
ATery agreeable Drink 1
Unsurpassedfar noting sorely /b it^gently on the secretions of the kid^^neys, bowels, stomach and liver *
Forsale at all wholesale and retail li^^quor, drug and grocery stores.
NOBODYSHOULD BE WITHOUT IT*.
.O. Trisch, Propneter.
1A V LOR at BENDEL, Sole Agents.^14190413 Olay St., San Francisco.
DANOEsSTTJAET ^ 00.
DeerLodse City and Pllilllpsburs*
7holesale dealers in imported wines, liquors,
Groceries, provisions and
S.Boott, Proprietor,^BlacWfoot City, Montana.
BOARDby the day or week. The table always^supplied with the delicaci.s of the season.
AGENTLEMANwho suffered for years from^Nervous Debility. Premature Decay, and all^the effects of yootaful indiscretion, will, for the^sake ot uffering humanity, send free to all who^need it, the receipt and directions for making the^simple remedy by which he was cured, oufferers^wishing to pro*! by thoadvertiser's experience,eaa^do so by addressing, in perfect confidence.
JOHNB. OGDEN^w-14.1 1^3No. 48 Oedar St. Ne w York
DR.FRANKLIN advocated early marriage*.^Essays for Young Men, on this aad other sub^^jects being a Guide to Marriage and Conjugal
iaseated letter serslnpa; free of charge. Addrees,
HOWARDASSOCIATION. Box P.. Philadelphia.
AFINEfarm, four miles East of Miawala^Mills, on the road to Deer Lodge, and^lying immediately on the great tborouf Yare^from Oregon to the
Thisplace is highly improved with a cm^f ortable frame house, on* and one-half sto^^ries high, five rooms, stables, corarU ani all^ill* necessary outhouses. A young and^thrifty orchard, irrigating ditches and plnty^of water to flood the fields at any season.
Also,a field of sixty acres, and good
Onthe opposite side of the river.
Allof the above property will be sod in^one lot, at reasonable rates. For terms spply^to W.B.S. HIGGINS, on premises -
w3m or Worden ^ Co., Missoula lills.
WILLFORWARD FREIGHT TO THR TER^ritories of
Fromtheir Warehouses at the terminus of the
U.P. RAIL ROAD, E. D.
Forrates, shipping directions, etc., apply at the^General Offices of the Company, or to
Kight^ Parker, Agents, No. 106 Washington
Street,Boston.^George B. McCullon, Agent, No. 42 South
5thStreet, Philadelphia.^Sidney Bice. Agent, No. 1 Burnet House Cin.^Joseph McEntire, Agent, No- 72 Commercial
Streel,St Louis.^Henry Harjris, Agent, No. 53 Clark St. Chic'go^Daniels ^ Brown, Agents, Denver. Colorado.^George T. Clark, Agent. Central City, Col.^Fisher ^ Caas, Agents, Golden City, Colorado.^Godbe ^St Mitchell. Agents, Salt Lake City.^PFOVTS ot HI SSELL, Agents, Virginia
City.Montana.^Daniel Corbin, Agent, Helena, Montana.^Smith ^ Graeter, Agents, BanDack and Mon^^tana Cities.
C.E. Blake, Agent, Santa Fe, New Mexico.^Oscar Nicholson, Agent, Junction City, Kan^^sas, (present terminus U.P. R.R. E.D.)^O. C. BARTON, Contracting Agent, North^Platte Station, Nebraska, (present terminus^U. P. R. K., ^^r to
137General Travebag Agent.
GoodStable and Cokkal.
Feed,Stabling aud Good Grooniins*
WEGIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION^TO
Connectedwith the above Establishment.^Frrighters, Travellers and Residents supplied^with
BOOTSand SHOES,^TIN WARE,^CUTLERY,!
Alwayshave on hand and for sale a
SALT, SPICES, FLOUR,^BACON, HAMS, SOAP
Canned Fruits 1
HARDW A. I^ E !
Also,a large and well-assorted stock of Drugs an'
Helena, - - - Montana Terriory,^G. JULES,GERMAIH, Proprietor. 133
ForwardingStorage and P^*aJ^ra it*ft**i^era! Merehaadi***.
FortBenton, HI, T.
Ahof these articles jrill be sold at the lowest
|~G^sli Prices ljgk\
Wehave a commodious].
LiberalAdvances \* ill be Made on
HIKERS'BAKERY AND SALOON,
LINCOLNGULCH, M T.^May s3, 1668.GBORGE PBRRT ft CC.
I.Gr. Baker ^^ Bro.,
Wholesaleaud retail dealers in every descrip^tion of
suitablefor Ranchmen, Miners aud Freighters^We will ofTer great inducements to cash buyers as^we are baying a large stock of goods which most^be sold, and are receiving U. S. currency
.A.T 3^ A. R.
Cashadvances made on
CO^ SIOW ME X TS;
Also,superior facilities for storage of any class^of merchandise or machinery. iny28w3m
]STo-36 Main St.^jtf* P. FINK ^ CQ
'E have jost received oar first train, oompris-^in all aad every variety of
also,a fall assortment of
Upperand Sole Leather,
andshoe-finding, which we offer at
Bootsmade to order and repairing done.
SO.:I6 MAIN STREET.
Provisions,Milk, Butter and all kinds of pro^^duce kept constantly on hand. In short we pur^^pose io make the NATIONAL HOTEL
Headquartersfor Everybody,^And respectfully solicit Public patronage.^CItcCr a Call!
Conveyancefor Guests to and from Fort Shaw,^FREE
INALL KINDS OP
Andall kinls or
BUILDING MA TERIALy
WEare prepared to Contract for the erection of^QUARTZ MILLS, DWELLINGS, and all^kndofbusine houses.
STONE,BRICK OR FRAME
ALSOkeep constantly en hand a choice as^^sortment of
STOREON IDAHO STREET.
WEassure the public that with oar facilities^'for materials, we can take contracts at the^very lowest figures-
OFFICEand Lumber Yard, oa .corner of Idaho^and Van Bnren Streets,^w 170-231
Onthe most direct route from Virginia City to Silver^Bow, keeps on band
REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED FOR TRAVELER^A FINE STABLE
E.F. PHELPS,^Attorney at Law, Bannark, 1*1. r.,
WILLpractice in all the courts of the Territory,^and pay special attention to the collection of^c laims. 183-135
STEELINGCITY, M. T.
WEtake pleasure n infortninir the travelling^public, orpers .-is visiting the mines in this^vieinity, that the Sterling House offers as mach^comfort to its quests as is generally found at hotels^in the mountains, and charges a* reasonable. The^table is always supplied with the best the market^affords, and tbebar with the choicest liquors and^cigars