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THEMONTANA POST, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16.
'O If M X., OCX. iGtlt.
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Addmuall Business Ccmmanicatinos,
MONTANA POST PUB. CO.
AddrtMi!:Cocrrwpotdeow for Puhlirotioo,^^ EDITOR MONTANA POST.
Hid*on A Mbnet. New York Timr$ HmUirr.^14 Park R^^w ere the sole agents for M^Ma.\ v^Foer. for tb^ Eastern Stotea.
W.T. HAUILTC.X, Fort Beaton.
MlA. J. SMITH. Bannock.
J.M. Fish. 8teri--.tr II ^' Spnnir Di-tri.-t.
BEI.UXGF.KA Al.Lfc-V Silver Bow.
JamkoSttabt. i seer Lodge,
WoKI'KN*C^ Bafl Goto.
W.P. PanSON*. Gallatin City.
t.NlCHOUSOS German Gulch.
Geo.I'I.kkv. L ncola Gulch.
Gato.Raich . Kadersborg.
A.B. Hamilton, In Hirer Crossing.
H.H. Hatmaawt. Hirhland District.
F.Cm in n. Summit City.
K.C. JollNss.N. !'. a- v-- t.
WBHJnrW. Jones, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek.^J. 8. William*. St. Louis. Mo.^L. P. FlfHKK, San Fnmiiico, Cal.^Hknkv Rif.ki^k.n, amenta.
H.ELLIS A CO., Lresbuigh. Salmon Ml . r Mii.e-
W.Davknpout, Confederate Gulch.
C.Bes-f.RF.k. Boulder Valley.
M^t^.' iMKKT, Bear liiilchand a'ljacen'
HC. Weiholx, Butte City.
AeokceM. Bltrx K. Beartown. M. t.
DA.v1mwii.sov Bozemao City.
R J'eiu'T, Sioux City, Iowa.
MasonicBam..^We learn Irom par-^tin who arrived Saturday from Virginia Ccy^that the free dance given in the lower hall ^ f^th* Masonic Temple, at Virginia City. 1 ^- *^Wednesday M%bt, was worthy in di [day .1^the capital iu her b.-st day. The large ball^was crowded to repletion, and the ladies^seemed to vie with each other Ml the MliaM^of drapery.
The lamps shone o'er fair women and brave^men ^
untila late hour, and the ^ many twinkling^feet ^ threaded the mates of the ^ giddy^dance,^ until all heads were in a whirl, and^all bosoms aglow with the excitement. Th^^in embers of the Grand Lodge mingled .in and^partook of the enjoyment. Old men with^bald heads, and youth^ who had not stopped^growing^old ladies who covered the crow-'^feet and subdued the wrinkles with ^Phalon's^solution,^ and young girl^, whose cheeks ri^^valed theJ^lu^h of the peach^were there, ai: l
Allwent merry as a marriage hell ^^It takes Virginia to do these things right.^People go in for pleasure ther-, and indulge^any discriminations that maw saggsst them^^selves, by simply minding their own and leav^^ing others to attend to their business^in nil^cases except positive improprieties. When^this appears they are at once ignored, and the^sentiment is,
'On with the dance! let joy be unconfiued.
Commendus to the people of the capital for^rational enjoyment, enjoyed in the right^way.
Indians.By private letter to a .^tleman of this place, written by a reliable^busior-s-s man of Denver Cily, we are informed^that the Indians are ruining the country.^They have completely stripp-d the Kiowa,^upper Cherry Creek, Plum Creek and upper^Platte counties of stock, and have killed a^great many persons. The other day they^^rove into Denvsr, C. Lerchin and family^from the toll-gate, some miles distant from^town, on tbe ^cut off.^ It is certainly a^terrible stale of affairs, and it would seem^that the Government is very lax in affording^protection to the people of Colorado.
FreeFight.^Helena is not cel. bra-^ted for free fights. The bloody contests of^this cily are more^ frequently of that select^and exclusive character which denote a cul^^ture only to b^ obtained in the mountains.^But night before last the lists were tin own^open to ail competitors, and a rough and^tutnbl^ free fight took place ui front oi the^Phoenix Saloon, on Mam street. The field ml^battle was selected with special reference to^the convenience and cotntort ot the cotest-^ants, and as the participants in the pastime^floundered in the soft wad, hit, gouged,^kicked and punched,the scene was such an^one as would have rejoiced any person in^search of examples by means of which |sj^support the d ^ctnne of human depiavity.^Policeman Brewster cruelly interfered to^break up the game. Two of the principal per^^formers, James Ktlev and Mathew Hurt, by^name, were consigned to the lock-up for the
Eurposeof sobering off. Both were brought^etore Justice Duke, yesterday, and fined, re^^spectively, one dollar, and five dollars, and^costs, for disturbing tbe peace. From tbe^appearance of the battle, we are inclined to^believe that ths ^fightista^ received their^money's worth.
Wbe.nthe Swallows Homeward Fit.^^^Tbii is ail very nice, especially when sang in^German* and when you cannot understand a^word of it, but it is in no such degree indica^^tive of the weather as when ths wild geese^southward fly, as they are now doing to a.i^exceedingly extensive extent. They give us^to understand that it is cold up in the Sas^^katchewan country, and tbey therefore seek^the more polygamous and less frigid sons of^Utah. Largs flocks of them have recently^passed over the city cn their way to their^winter residences, and the wise ones bars ob^^served them ^ith interest, predicatingpropbe-^siss of an early winter upon their move^^nt*.
ismaking a good
Lodgecounty. Charles^mark as a stage man.
Wanted.Tbe attention of all who^desire employment is called to tbe care ^# J.^C. Ricker in another coin ran.
FromHi an assay a Pasty.
VirginiaItems.^From the Demo^crat: It is announced that ths District Court^at Gallatin will adjourn this evening, and^Judge Warren and members of ths bar return^immediately to Virginia City... .^Little Tom^^my Pope^ is making weakly trips with his^exprass from Baanack to Lsssfaerg.... A few^days ago Capt. Msltby, of Sterling, was the^n cipient of an elegant $269 gold watch, as a
-entfrom his neighbors and employees in^t Mm' ny of their appreciation of his efforts
ofconstructionThs public school boose
oaRodney St., has been thoroughly repaired
aadrefitted with new desksThe cleaning
andreadjustment of the grade on Main street^not having been entered upon, parties are at^the old business of filling up mud holes. In^this manner ths grade will soon be destroyed,^and ths principal thoroughfare will soon be in^that condition which called for ths construc^^tion of bridges across it last winter... .Day^before yesterday Prof. Steitx did a good busi^^ness at ths First National Bar.* Assay Office.^He manufactured four gold bricks,'weighing^in the aggregate 1119 os., and worth $20,200^in coin.
K.K. K.^We acknowledge '.lie re^^ceipt from Maj. Maginnis of tbe ^Gazette,^^of a red, white and black covered no Mat)lot,^purporting to be an expos* of the mysteries^Ac., of the ^diabolical order^ of the Ku Klu\^Klan. The book is something after the Brick
Pomeroystyle of literature, and full of facts I Hard Bread.^equally as reliable as these contained in the^^La Crosse Democrat.^ It abounds in italics,
level op the mineral interests of the Hot
-distrietA nameless conple recently
ightin tbe corner of the Territory^wailing for some one to saarry them, but par^^sons and officers of the law being scarce tbey^led to remain in their ^bad fix,^^calk it, for twenfy-four hours^taitahas person could be found to tie
IMr. R. Lande, of Lees burg, re- I stars and exclamation points, and in that re- !
teegh I ut little has been accom- I 8pect is 0f a highly sensational character. We
ili-hed in the Sitlmon river mines this yser, . ,, . . . ^. i ^ i
cityof water in the gulch! ^^^^ tr*^ur* u ^^ * memento ^* ^ur ' ' 1 !^^es; yet all residents of that locality unite in terim^ editorship. In consideration of the I^expressing their convictions, that this local- I COurce from whence it came, we shall refrain '^of as fine a placer mining I f. udocument against 1
territory contains[* to
i^'^... are mining in Davis' Dis- the ^Gsxette.
TheSequels.^The intoxicated indi- 1^vidual mentioned in our last as having been 1^arrested in the Occidental Billiard Saloon for i^flourishing a revolver in a very unpretty man- |^ner, was brought betore Justice Duke ye-t. r^day and fined $00 and costs for the indul^^gence in said performance. The literal Span-^ish cut throat, to whom we devoted a little .^item in our last, was brought before Ju-tics '^Kdwards yesterdsy and fined $i0 and co-ts '^The fellow countryman whose neck he had^lacerated, and who narrowly escaped with his^life, interceded in behalf of his assailwnf. af^^firming that he struck first and that they weru^engaging in only a little friendly tussle.
The(iRAND Tltor.^The grand trot^which was to have made memorable the last .
rCorrectedDaily for the Montana Post, by]
WHOLESALEGROCERS. NO- 69 RAIN STREET-
Quotationsrepresent jobbing* prices in el^a ft^Vd^.lout at 618 00 per ounce Retail prices raaf^^^froaatea to twenty.five per cent bigber.
TIelena,Oct. 14, 1scb.^FLOCK.
StLouis Cherry 8t Mills, pr Bbl931 00933 ^0
WallaWalla, standard mills pr 10013 00
GallatinXX Family^7 00^H 00
XX Red Wheat. .'. 7 0^^7 90
SaltLake. Goshen9 50*10 00
AmericanFork9 50v^10 00
RockCreek9 504*10 00
Offden10 00*10 50
SelfRising, Hall's 1 saeks11 00
i ' 1300
30 Pilot Brand
40 Ginger ^naps
toryare mining in
trict,n I li-tance below the mouth of^the lioulder, on Jefferson river. A ^current^wheel^ is used, wLiah raises 150 inches of^:er thirty-four feet, and by means of which^toe miners ars making ten dollars per day to^l ^e hand. The diggings are from twelve to^!;ft^^^u feet in depto, pay from the grass roots^to bed-rock, and will give employment to^kindreds of men for years to come. Messrs.^v Ellison are bringing a ditch from the^^r, which, when completed, will be^some four miles long, and furnish abnuj five^hundred inches of water to claims inaccessible^by the raising process.
Fl in BRIEF.^Two Spanish pack-
r-, recently arrived, had a drunken row near^Dr. Trttssdale's, in the vicinity of West Main
atabaut 7J o'clock hut night. One^ii had his throat cut, and the face of his^^ pponent was similarly scratched. The latter^i in jail.
ofthe first mentioned are not fatal... .A rnt- '^i er ^f Last Ch.mc^ pulled a pistol and had a
|i culty in toe Occidental at about 8 .
o'clocklast evening. Neil Howie tookaway 1^nil pistol and (ne police dragged the peace-
rti n -r to jail. (_^n his way thither he ^bucked^ i^energetically, upsetting the officers in the ,^mi i 'i.l floundering in the same element ,^liiin^elt. He arrived at the justice's office ^^uith the upper portion of his body innocent ,^of clothing. Both of these cases will be
ii-posed of to-day.
Wepresume the injuries j day of ths Fair, but was postponed on ac^^count of the foul weather, took pbee this 1 ^^ru**%S;
afternoonin the presence of a large concour-e^lock tbe horses were le.l
lib box.^4^ t U.xes .....
ofcitiiens. At 4 o'^up, and after some preliminaries the trot
Itoou'io 00^ 5 00
lfi\ai i;v ami a Bow.^A very act-^iw- French war was carried on in the vicinity^Wi i Main street ..n Saturday night, the^scene of the campaign being the residence of^a female representative, at once of the beau^^tiful country over the water*and a low state^of morals in the mountains. The coinbat-^I ' t- were rival contestants for Such favors as^.-he had to bestow, one of whom bad been dis^^carded and the other put in his place. Both^-^^ \ iol jealousy were brought
beforethe J. I'.'s yesterday on the charge of^disturbing the peace and were forced to dis-^gorgt to the tune of about fifty dollars each.
Game.It is commencing to arrive in con^^siderable ijuat,titles in the shape of antelope,
iusheep and defunct bruins.
l.iirer specimens, recently'killed^en tii- I^, we saw yesterday banging
infront of Williams A Rush's
commenced. The horses were in splendid^! condition, and the track was quite good.^I Three horses were entered. W. S. Travi .^Esq., ^Rattler;^ James King, Es^i.^ b. ni.^^Madge,^ and a horse from Minnesota. The^| first, second and third heats were won by ^Kat-^, tier^ in 2:54, 2:53, and 2:l7i respectively.^I This we may be permitted to say is excellent^trotting, and is a credit to any country. It^was a splendid race. The utmost harmony^i and good feeling prevailed and every one en^^joyed the affair to the fullest extent.
Dr.N. J. Nichols, a celebrated Surgeon^Dentist, who won an enviable reputation in^New York City by his skill, is in the city, and^stopping at the Planter's House. The Dectol^intends making Helena his home, and we can^recommend the Dr. to all afflicted with den^^tal difficulties, as one of the most able an 1^skillfull dentists in the west, and a corteou-^and accomplished gentleman.
Pa8 iiai.i. Boons.^No mows mi en
*2e 00 * 30 00
1' ^iioni w a wiiii m iu - any iiuru aa * * * - - .. , f , .a
3dM4 Market,^ just below E.1- reived m this city concerning tint net nil
Thisbear was a grixzly, and of
largesixe, weighing, when dressed, two hun-
r.i ami Inenty Ntfi T^ounds.
M ' e,^They are again ^running.^ Wells,^de-pite the statement of our^^Ii-; i'iiiwii^ %e-terday entere.1 into a
satisfactorycontract fos carrying them be-^I of the Pacific Railroads.
Housedrawing, and the probabilities are,^therefore, that none* of our citizens have be^^come suddenly rich through the nsroncy of^the scheme referred to.
HouseLomt. ^ A roan horse, with dark mane,^tail and lesrs. branded ^G^ on the left sle^' I lei h .1^^J O^ on the left hip. He wasvaddh-d and o:: !'^ ^1,^and had on a hackamo^ir trhen he aiva . \i^lUJIII OF Mi:. Potter.^We regret i o^* leaving him at the Pacific Stable, Uatei^t , ,; I'o-iinaster Potter has been seri- ! be liberally rewarded.^I ays. He is now able to !^sit up, however, and we hope to soon see him^on the street again,
.i-.i;r oy Madame Schei.i.ek.^A^grand complimentary benefit has been tend^^ered to J-'cheller by our citisens, and^she 1 . n.itiie.1 to-night as th eoccasion, and^Dion Boneieanlt's great draana entitled ^The^Life of an Actre^s^ as the play. This drama
FirstNational But of Helena,
Onthe morning of the First MonoTay in Oc. I Ml^RKS'lCKfES.
4PM OS^7,l^^ 32^^,^l.^ Si-
Duefrom National I lank-.
otherI'. ii.Vs ,v Mniiker^^I^. 8. bonds to secure circula-
C.S. bonds to secure ^lep.vits -JC.OtlU (K^ l^\0O0 00
i^^her bonds motl UtrulaononMost^MB 68
Bollioooo hand,lu.aoe' 4s
Nationaland fractional c'y 3 ^fcW.22
l\enue .lamps a Uncollected
Totaleash on band Cf
chellertakes ^arplus Pood.
AxothekCypher ^ That moat prac^^tically interesting of all papers, the Mining^and Scientific Press of San Francisco, a jour^^nal which ths Post takes pride in furnishing^with about a column of Montana news each^week, contains in its issue of the 26th ult.,^the following: ^Great activity prevails at^present at Unionville- Th* daily yield of^ths Whitlach ^t Senseederfer, Hodge, Ricker^A Turniey mills, is not lese than $300.^ We^reprodnce it for the purpose of suggesting^to ths Press that another cypher is needed^there. The run is three thousand dollars per^day, not three hundred.
Travel.Our t-ntvriirising friend Mr.^C C. Huntley, who runs, under the soperin-^tendency of S S. Uuntlev, the only^line of mail stages going w*st from here, is^doing fj very thriving business. To-day be^was necessitated to send oat an ^extra^ for^the accommodation of persons g- ing tc Deer
OfficeFurniture A Fixtures,..
Real, Eat it e,
v.-avi.rtice a ti \mr. ....
isone of t . .,!^^^; tins celt-brattfl dramatic Current Expenses,...^ami prolific writ-^ ^-^^^r wrote, and is not only^I with MM) most beautiful lauguag*,^but was wutt :i lor the express purpose of^I . ' ing the most exquisite andsubtle feel^^ings, tbe eccanUiciti-s of heart emotions,^and tho-e pi,a es of human life which form^ml of an oriental tale. It abounds in^the most touching passages, as well as tbe^mi -t thrilling 'denouements.' Sentiment and^pathoj go hand m hand, until the happy^Minnie' and the music of sweet melody flows^through it like the enchantment of a tender^love vibrating through a romantic existence.^In this most excellent play the following has^been made the cast
thehighly interesting character of ^Violet,^tne Flower Girl,^ and afterwards An Emi^^nent Actress Mr. George Waldron as ^Ora-^malde,^ an old actor, formerly the Duke St.^Elmo; Mr. Martin as ^Wopspat,^ a low^comedian : Mr. Shields, ^Selwyn,^ an ex-^qui-ite; Mr. Mortimer, ^Maltravers,^ a Brit^^ish officer: Mrs. Fitswilliams as ^Julie,^ a^lady of a London Theatre.
Thisinteresting drama has been played an en-^tare season in New York, and created an im^^mense sensation. The cast as is seen is very^correct and strong, and the entertainment will^be a grand success. In regard to the claims^of Madame upon our people we need not^speak, for many eeeks she has by her correct^and artistic delineations, her classical repre^^sentations and her sweet songs, delighted oar^people, and proved indeed a charm in oar^daily life. She has won for herself not only^the respect but the admiration of our citi^^sens, and while wo regret her early^departure wo cannot fail to^testify that appreciation and resr-sc* by a^testimonial that will cause Madame 8. in^distant lands and in future years to look back^npon her short visit to Helena with kindly^feelings and cherished recollection*. There^will be o crowded boose to greet her. To all^who desire reserved seats be sure and call^early this morning npon the polished Treasu^^rer. John C. Spencer, as all will be secured^early, e
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ft lb l-.xes
SugarLemon, per dot
Riouhoice f tb^
H'-nlon.Helena ground, per doz..
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Field's.Steamed p- case
f case t ^size boxes
Belcher's'!..Men4* lOgal. kc^
S II M ,^ 1^ ^H! Wejf
Dsnhlotape p- ft Co Cottou.
Flb a.*} Cast stsel50*
R-.ui..!a Tier pr lb 20o Migo25c
Steel,Bnghob and Americanl''a-i.'^c^wood.
MerchantablbP ft... 5o Sluice
EewisA- Bro s Eld. Extra *^ lb
do do Premium
Matches1'eiegroph. No 2#12 (
^ 3f}13 0Od^14 00
perbox 8 d-z~02 50
v.rapp1ko1-krER.^** ^^ 21 o^24c
CoKNMEAL^^P 100 !b sacks
fm ft keg..
Coal4P goLo)339*9 50 La^rri
.1f 90 Neat foot
*ulO$lo SO i 10x18fll oo
;i :18 oo | u^x! 614 00
VIlb33 @ 45 | -0 sack 22c
k.fi 50@7 | (ireenfield lb
Idana M P k eg
- BnSM Nails, ^firirfith^
Hsila.tio tVi - - - -
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....$3TO^ 4 50^ti 00
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otMMnwx.J.iinaicn 201b box $14^Root ^lb73c
Celimi*.30c | White
NoI Carolina 30o
No2 Carolina3So i
t32 003 32 .0
Total,- oWthMl 43
I,JtlHS 8. AlUUWt Cashier of the First Na^tiooal Bonk of Helen \ MontHna Territory, do here-^by certify that tbe above is a true abstract of tbe^report sent to the Comptroller of the Currency.
JOHNS ATCHISON, Cashier.^Helena. October lml,, 1|s^^-
Onthe 10th inst., to the wife of William^Kennedy, of Little Prickly Pear, a son.
AtVirginia City, on the 9th inst., to the^wife of Joseph Tiscbler, a son.
AtSterling, on tbe 2uJ inst., to the wife of^S. W. Cook, a daughter.
Bornto the wife of Sim Grim, of Wiscou-^sin creek, on the 7th inst., a daughter.
Inbulk P lbs
iu lb sack
WHISKY.4* gal*4 0037 50 | P cass
If 00^^24 00
Items.The M. E. Church on the corner of^Ewing St., and Broadway, Las been seated
throughout,and the pulpit i* nor,- iu process
...*J00913 00^.5 00*5 50
Lo.-n^atictV4 *5 | p box 1 dozen.. 24 00
Shavedp doa.....l0 50 Common6 ^ 7 TO
Perdozen Spring Point.81 00o^23 0
do Stiff do 20 0
* dox,*7 50 Handled f doa, 94^9tri
ntRHIKU,Paoz1)30 . Smll sixes...pib 3333.5s
Inthis city, on the 9th inst., by Justice YEAST POWDERS. HAT.
G.L. Duke, Joseph Apolo.iio, of Helena, p * M ** d^x 3 75 3 4 00 | p ton916320
andMiss Clara Freileb, of Prickly Pear BEEF CATTLE. BRICK.
Valley.I Oafoot4fc | P thousand#25
450 ^ P* thousand10 00
Inthis city, at tbe residence of E. M. Ilovt, ^,^Esq., on tbe 1st inst., by Justice George L. I^Duke, Mr. Lerov Beveriuge and Miss A^.i
J.m.t, both of this city.
Oothe 11 tb inst , oi the residence of Miss Doi.y^Demo, by Joslsre EdwauU. j . C. Brewhter u^ Miss^Lizzie Smiktmaker both of tbU eity. No cords*^We leoro that tbo aa^py couple leave on this^afterno,.n's c-wtch f.sr Calilornia. Bon vovaa-e.
SaltLake P tb...45a.60r I lL^och P lb
AtVirginia City, on the 8th inst., Mary^Collette, infant daughter of Dr. L. and Mary
ANUMBERof MINERS ond other LABOR^^ERS, for tbe ensuing winter, at the 1. X. L.
Milliirisr.lv Uolcb, M. T.^0ctl3dtf
Tbofollowing la too list of letters remaininr in the^Post Onto, Helena. M. T., October 14tli,^1868.
ArcherA^Atkinson Dr M^Aroo 8
BolesC E 3^Bluck M^Buthazore J^Booon F D^Bailoy J W
CabooLevi^Cartwright N R^Clark 8 I^Clark J II^Coll P^Crofts J 2^Cooroy T^Colter C H^Conrad O ft^Corwio Geo
DewitteC V^Downs 8 D^Dodaoo L Mrs
BloomP^Brown Frank^B.Kline C C 8^BakerJ E^Baker J B^Barnes R T
CarlisonC A^Clark L B^CI ins Wm^Carry E C^Cuooingham^Cuya E^Costlo J^Conrod (i ft^Conch le H H^C roe we 11 Jos
BowmanW H^Blnk Kd
BoleyJno^Boyd W A^Baker A Towns'd^Boll S V
Cai.itbersL C^Clegg A 2^Ceohecy T E^Cunningham W^Cu nniuffhatn J A^Cooant W Y^Cowan J^Cole F M^Conoyer J A^Colter C M
PowlinC. W^Dodge Mr
EdwardsT R I Eckford f
FitspatriekT^Felix 11 H
i'ioin T B
GemplerJ II^BoHoo M Mrs
GrayT C^Griffin B^Gray Norris
FisherH E^Fisher U^Flicks J I*
GibsonJaa 2^Garo Jas^Groves B A^Gray B T^Gordon W ^ 2^11
HaulerJ 2Hall J 8
HendersonS W 2Heritage F C
HanaultW^Hubbard J E^Howard M J
HoytP 2^Hoyt S
JenfYtng*J R 2^Jones J C
Kiler8 ^ 3^Kahn Roman
LinzeyJ E^Light B
MuujtonW^Maloue J II^Merrill M 1
MasonF.^Marck T^Morris N J^McNaoiee P J
McConnellC^McClarany A J
HunterJ 11^limes M
JohnsonB F '^^^Jones C D
Loeber8^I^ike C W^Lynch Win^Lighthall^.ti
MasonD M^Mem Oria^Means J a
Merritt.1 W^Morrsson G A
FaganJim^Fisher J A^Fly no E
CubanJas^GarIintrt..nJ WH^Graves F L^(ioregrove a^Golden F
HammondsS^Head A M^Heeaoa 11^Iligginson J^ll. ..rea 8^Hopkins J W
JonesEvan^Just is M
Krohsr H M^Know land C
Mam.ns .1 F^Maxnell J^MilU V C
MttehollB^M....re C E
Crif t Mlntc rj* ri^el
TbeLargest and most
overoffered to the people of Montana, consisting of
rr i i Z^UA tti./; /*/;/.sor.s
$3 , 4 O o .
McNaineeO ^ Mclntire W D^McYicker Jno M. iv-e Jno^McCue DHat '..tub Shull
McCluetiieJ A McCauley H^McClellaud i M
PaddockA G 2 PittierJnopeer Frank
PearsonMPope Francis Pond E
PhilipsJ P lMummer R Phippeo O^Picard 6c l'rideaux
RautzahuL 2^Rogers C 2^Roth Chas^Howe I I^Riley Thus 3^Ransh Miss B^Hitter Cbos
SturgeonJno^Sp rouse A^South C A^Sheoo Mies M^Sitnonsen F 8^Smith J T 2
TeroksboryC^Trowbridge W^Turrell M L
VineyardG C^A orrase L
WeebW e '.^Hatters M^Wood J D |^Wilson 1 b^Wilder 0 E^Wright Jno^Weikert A J
RobinsonMiss C^Richardson 8
SlackJ K^Snel! A B^Stute J A^Sheffield W II^Suyden J M^Smith W G 3^X
Tanoerii A 2^e Towsloy J i^Trombly A M
NaganlA Bosh Vaudine W II^Valter Jno^W
WestonLizzie^Weil F^Watson D B^Wood i N^WinslowC 2^Wright W I^White A
Robinson(^ A^Rogers M^Rtssch Tbos^Richards C^Riddle T^Richardson J
ShullTbos 2^Sourlten Wm^Stone G W^Shields N^Shorp Wm^Smith I W
ThompsonN^Toinson Theo^Up ham I^ 4
WoedenII O 2^Ward we! I J E^Ward M J Mrs^Wolfstein J^Wood T J^Wbeeler I ^^Wbigam J l*
JNO.POTTER, P. M.
Ceo.J.Plant. B. Stickney, Jr. Chas F. Ellis
PLANT,STIOKNEY t ELLIS.
Sueceosorsto Ware. Ellis tt Co.
Ifoiiand Steel,^MAIN STREET, HELENA,
leSecure from Fire.
Statutesol Montana. ISSiSry
,.^ ; of her cootrocting.
*'! Diamond (.Pv. M
mywife has left my bod and^without jost cause or ;^rovoootion,^poraoos against harboring or^oooount, as I will pay no debts^J. M. PKAZIKR^T.. SopL :r, tf. Ol-dAwlA
SupremeCourt of the ^ . _ .^Territory of Montana, J In Bankruptcy.
Intbe matter of Josiah B. Johnson, Bankrupt.
Territoryand District of Mui.i.tna, as;
THIS18 TO GIVE NOTICE. That on the 9th^day ofOotober, lt-6s, a Warrant of Bank^^ruptcy was issued out of the Supreme Court of tbo^Territory of Montana, against the estate of Josiah^B. Johson. of Black foot City, in the Couuty of^Deer Lodge, in said District, who has been ad-^ioslged a Bankrupt, on his own Petition i That tbe^payment of any debts and tbe delivery of any prop^erty belonging to such Bankrupt, to him, or for his^StaS ,^,,raD^fero,^^y property by him, are^forbidden by law; and that a meeting of the Credi^^tors or said Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to^choose one or more Aanigooos of his estate, will be^he d at a. Courtt of Bankruptcy, to be holdeh at the
V'^^^'i^ Wa,l*~ Btnmt' ta Virginia City. M.^1.. before Theo Moffly. Beq , Beg.^ter in Bank
L1PI ^f r*'.do^ the 21st day of Novem
ber,A. D. 1868, at 10 o'clock AM
NEILHOWIE,^C 8. Marshal for said District.^Ooo. M. Ploney. Helena M T^Att'y for Petitioner.
WANTEDInformation of the above person^Important interest* at stake. Address S^O. HARRISON, 8ilver Bow, M. T
blackwalnut Parlor ~uit. 7 pieces,8-Wi.OO
lioiib W hat-Not, walnut, carved, 7.^..00
'Center Table, handsomely carvedin
WalnutParlor Eas^ Chair, ia rep3b-Cu
I'stentLev. Watch, silver hunting case 60.00
Silv.Cake Basket, ^riple plated3O.O0
' ^ Ice Pitcher. ** oJ.00
Gothicblk walnut Eight Day Clock:^ On
'Silver Castor, triple piate^t25.00
' Steel ^ ntcr'g, '\V^^lnrkt^'i ai.d (iens.' 7'.'^)^^ ^ ^l.d'g ot 1Mb I'i grims... 30j0|
D.z. Silver Forks, t riif atedJUxQ
(^oe French Card Receiverl'-.OO
FbetsebI day RUl I lock, glass easelot .^j
Beautiful carved Center Table4.-,
Silver limiting case pi. lev Watch fj ,.,
Doz. silver 1 eas(11- triple plated18JU
ell^ngraving trial of Lord Rus-. 75.OS
MeresCoJ eatid 12 views ....13.01
'Indies' fancv P. ii nii'' HoX9QOJ
Black Walnut M hat Not. .^ . ,,
Set silver Dinner Knive* tiipie pin-.^^ Black Walnut C!^^ck. Grecian .-arv. J .,,^^ Steel engraving l^e,tth of jjmr 1 stln ^ . ...m^^ tine silver hunting rase pt lever w..-
One silver Castor triple BOOt) 1vl.i^)
French S d gilt Cl^^-k i.i VOSO as.lkl
Steol eograviug, Corioknug. 1.03
IK.z Sliver tnh.^ h1 aiJl .k)
'Parlor easy t hair in 1-p
Hunting case s. \ ^^^ \ ^ -.
One Silver lc^^ Pitcher'ti tm
One French WhIcIimm.1.
Silver huutiug case A me^ic^.iii Watch ,;^^ Set silver Dinner Knives triple p! .-. i 1 ,1
French gilt clock iu glass case
Beautifully carved renter table..^)
Steel engrnving. En. 1' ^ hi torn ^^.iH^^ Ladies' Perfume and Work BuX If^^ Gilt ruby t. ilet ^et tluee pis^ ^^11 Silver hunting case patent lever ^^;^^^^^! 1^^ Silver ^%'ike basnet '1^ .1 iSiel^^^ Black W alnut What-Not -..1^^ Pair pariau Marble I .. t ',.1 ^ s^^ Large Libr^ry sbndf 1
Black Walnu' gothie - lay 1 ' 33
'Silver cake ba.ke- irip ^^ 9SJM
'*Hunting oasestiver natch American..'^.(/)
Otwoios Qf'O I views 1J Or)
''Greeian ca: * ^ i Ii ^. ....
^Carvol centre table
Steel engiaving The T a 'i s4 iftj
Silver hunting ones patent leeor Watch ^.-.mi
* 1'arl. r easy chair in rep
' S-e. l engraving ColUfubttS' 1)
Walnut alaim clock l.VOS
Oak Libiary chair1-. I
ii uii'ing case patent lever silver v : . i^l
D^HC silver t^aspooi s triple platedji^i
Gilt and ruby toilet set -.'.is,
Stereoscope and twelve v:-- ^. -
^BUvorpnoSOj lever hunting Watch ^ h
' latva smoking set ,01
Parlor easy chair
Black walnut alarm clock1 .. M
Silver i^se Pitcher trip' opiated33.0]
' Silver Huutiug ^-^se Amerie...l ..^l
'Silver Hunting cut^ American V .. . . .'.^i
Handsomely carved centre Table
'Illark Walnut secretiny6^.M
'Eight day Gilt clock iu vase M.tfl
Oak Library chair-H
' Bronze St.-ituar\ . 3 pieces ^^ir.sic
Paintingand shell gathering1'W.ur
(Irover A llakei Manoguay i..i\ed
Aportion of the prizes will be on 1 1^the Territorial Fair, aod at Isaacs' Furniture sag^Fine Art Bazar, Broadway, opposite too IVistontnk
Tirliet* I'ice DoUar* EotM,
Forsale at Oilpatrick i Bryant's. Sparks a M
Pherson'sand Blum's dry go.sis -torMail.
street,rarties living in oufaide camps will 1m-sup^^plied with tickets by forwarding their ad-tress sod^the price of tickets.
--v*~Th^Committee to arrange the plan ot' draw^^ing Ihe Prizes will be ^e!e^-'^ ,1 1 v the ticket b-dd-^ers.ISA ACS FURNiTI RE ST08K,
Oppositethe Post office Helena, M. T. P. O. box^13^.. ^p27-.llni
THECOPARTNERSHIP heretofore^between \\ I I.I.I AM \V- \^V.\\ MI' 1^W. J/OHMSOV, under IhO ^SSSI - I it^Witt dt Jolinsou, iris this day been ^1. ^ ^I^mutual consent. All persons' Indohted^firm are re^|tie^ted to make taosnOoaoOS p^and all peisons having claims against it vril^present them for payment. Either one oi tn^^tii 111 is authorised to settle up the bog
WIlrLJWl w. DkWITT^j. w. Johnson.
LincolnGulch. M T., Oct, 5. 1S6S. .ptt^r,
liourbonIf^/i iskiesi^TOBACCOS, ETC.
Kerr,Levi A Co's old stand
rire Proof JSuildinu.
IHolland Gin, perr -5^*
- 4*6 1 Cordials, etciJ*Jiu;
BrandyZ^ 00o^l0 00| Champagne 2000asW^*j|
PortWioo4 00^6 00 | Cherry Brandy.-.I3
Maderia536 | Blackberrv brandy
Lewis'aod other brands of Tobicco^At the Lowem Murk, t Rates^We guarantee our
Hit\\|^II^ %M^ \V1M
Tobe ImpoiK ^l JHCiclOi
andour Bourbt a Whiskies wo get
Ofthe 'jest known brands, which we have^to bond.
THEco-partnership heretofore existing bets**J^George Perry, Louis Bruckman and ^^Wyttenboch, under the firm name George^A Co., is this day dissolved by mutual ooaseSt
AllaccoimD against and due the firm *rt^^settled by Gsx-rge Perry and I .otiis BruckmSS,^will oontirue tue business under the same tt*^before.
GEORGEPERRY,^LOt IS BKI.'CKMAN^HENRY WITTENBAC5I
Lincolnuulch, May 23, lfeMi.d25-2t **1
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