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FRIDAY WORN ING, JAN. let.
Alex. H. PP-=*ttie. Local a Editor.
T HEE CIT'Y.
From the Drailv of l"rilavy.
A ('Cristmas Story.
The following "composition" came to
hand through the post-omce, and is supposed
to have been written by some good little boy :
" Chrismas only comes wunse a vere. There
might be more I think because there are plen
ty of Chris's and plenty of mu.ses. May be
its not conrtisbuhanal to have more'n one. I
a-ked a democrat about it and he said I had
better take a walk, and then be kicked. I
used t, think Christmas was made for chil
dren, but it ain't. Pap says be is going to
have a jolly old tare. I know what tba
means, and mnam has the bottle yet with vin
egar in it. I hung up my socks on a nail the
night before Christmas, and they are full of
things in the morning. 1 wish I had big feet
like soome n.et I know so they would hold
more. Big people don't hang up their socks.
Mare mak,-. my pap put his outside of the
house at nights. Kitty says Tanta Claus comes
down the chimney with things but hbe don't
because we haven't got no chimney. Pap
boys them at the Novelty Store, and then
mainm paRs for them on Monday. The big
boys and girl} go cut sleigh riding more on
Christmas than Sunday. I have a sled, but I
would rather have a eleigh and a horse and
girl. I don't think anything beats a nice
rirl. but some of the men beats their horses.
I wi-h sometimes I had been a girl and then
I don't, cau-e they can't get an office or
smoke or pl:ay pool or swear, and lots of
thb.mas. I know some girls that swear when
they are by themselves and then they promi-e
not to tell. When I get big I will have
quarts and play pool, but I don't think it is
smart to steal them little balls and give them
to children for marbles. Kitty is going to
have a Chbi-rumas tree. I would rather wait
and have a girl when I get big. Pap says I
may go to the Theatre to-night. Bell and
me get on the front sent. It is lots of fun.
I would rather go to the Theatre than to
school or to church. I don't think I will
any more now.
M.\s .-.'soe-edntsla'iy the 23d inst.,
the in-tallation of officers elect for llelena
Lodge No. 3, Morning Star Lodge No. 5, and
King Sildmon Lodge No. 9, took place with
private honors in the Masonic 11all. M. W.
4. M., W. F. Sanders officiating. On the
Caine evening anil place, the amine ceremony,
but in ptblic, took place for the in tallation
of the choren officers of llel.na Coucil R.
and S. M., Pa-t Thrine Illu-trious Master J.
R. Isoyce, sr. presiding. The attendance du
ring the public ceremony was large. It is
rarely that so many officers are installed at
on, cominunicarion. M;%,onry in Montana is
now in a flatterii g condition, and the Intelli
gent and sealous brotherhood gives assurance
that it will so c tinue. The llelena Lodges
are amui the large-t and most pru-peroua,
well omfered, and give promise of good work
in the future.
SALVATAR BEERt, as will be noticed
in another column in to-day's issue, is on tap
at the Union Brewery. This is a beverage
far superior to the common Lager. of greater
specific gravity and of pleasanter taste. It
originated in Munich, in Bavaria, and as there
cosaidered inferior only to the genuine Bock
Beer, but not as intoxicating as the former.
We have tiared it on the other side and
qeua~-d it he-e, from a keg preeuted to the
Post ly P.inezl A ilamper, of thb Union
Br.wery cn,, 6fnd no diference and recom
mend it i, the comederation and trial of our
POULTRY.-The peculiar adaptation
of trkey to Cbri-tasa is oue of those eri
d.aces of special dei ea bthe part of Prov'
id.ece in the creution. Christmas withouts
turkey is much like ghopte withoet Halet.
Iras year turkey were sbipp, we uder
stanJ, from 8.lt Lake to Ielon, but this
Cbhr.tmarn very ss. number of this khmer
ow bird havo been vrmied in M.stans. end f-.r
tooue of trrkeys ornamaet the doors of .v
rioe r.etaurants. The-c c..omeud rather
-foal" pice.. A patriarchai turkey .alk fr
about $16; a litstJe ta kr un he s. red f.r
16. lhi- tS blt rea-..able eoasidsag the
ct that it s Cbritmas.
We frlluw fasbl'n elcie up n the
leader' be4ib is all .ove acbatcttare. We
are beul s." mrowy b..aa8. meOI. of them
eeam y; yer s1.... i ..t a ioo'e ia Meousam
basil with Vtri.tl r.1f. The styleaisll the
go in tsheo St.. mwl i,, Ear..p.. It is esy,
elegant mid iespvtuir*. cbbinhuieg beauty
and "oCesomy. of rma. and eaueorptabI
gre..er vie ty Of ..iammeosel hean
any other. -.j.-10. it is PrecHkFr. goo
easisd, "a pleebrted Parirkti aetaiereo. baL
dlog ere'ed she ti no. about the yeew 118
II I. vewrioly knLown the rb,. 01 V ac
sad Masastd roof, and I jin she thing ter
this country. Who will be the Irst to iatro
duee the Kyle in Momntsm ?
CaTSeTMAS having in the cours o
time come to hand, and to-day being the
eventful period, the gentlemem connected
with this oace desiring to observe it in the
sual manner, there will be no papr imued
from thai oace to-morrow morning.
HIGon Mals took place in the Cathoa
lic Church of this city last night at twelve
o'clock. The chanting of the service w-as
Sery fine, and added greatly to th- edective
news of the ceremony. Father Van Uorp
delirverd an eloquent and erective sermon in
commemoration of the joy-thrilling event of
which last might was the annlvermsry.
OUR CHRISTMAS ffrr came to us in
the shape of a massive, beautifully mounted
ink stand from Col. Lyon, of the Novelty
Store. The erowdh of people who theoged
that popular place of resort in search of te
beautiful, the comical and the sweet in at,
must have gladdened the Colonel's heart as
bhis enerous pr~set did ours. While itk
eoetue to elow we will ever be mladful of
Tas THANKS of the office are hereby
extended to Mr. Lehman, of Lehman A NJew
man, Boulder Block, for a beautiful photo.
graph of their establishment and a bottle of
delicious old B.arbon. We .hall use the for
mer for reference, the latter for consumption.
If we did not know that Boulder Block con
tained one of the finest and most complete
stocks of staple and fancy liquors in town we
would y more.
From the Daily of Monday.
CKUIseTAs.-It is not until the battle
is over and the smoke of the conflict lifted
from the .eld, that the combatants are able
to determine the extent of the engagement,
the fatality among the engaged, the condition
of the survivors, and the general results.
Christmas is over, the pleasures of the day are
pest, and those who paesed through the whole
day "unmnatlated" are entitled to the con=
g gratulations of an appreciative people. It
was a most enjoyable day. Remembering the
religious character of the day, mindful that
the generous wassal bowl. and the merry car
rol made not up the whole sum of Christmas
enjoyment, a largc portion of our people as
sembled in divine worship at the Court House
in the morning, and listened with thankful
and swelling hearts to an eloquent and ef
fecting sermon from Bishop Tuttle. At the
Church of the Sacred Heart the usual masses
in commemoration of the glorious Chribt
mas event were celebrated with all the solemn
ceremonies which the church invests the day.
Socially the day was a success. We feel that
we can say this without fear of successful con.
tradiction. Every one, without regard to
age, sex or color seemed happy. Sconse joy.
ful, situations pleasing, "sub rosa" some fol
lowed eeah other during the mellow hours of
the day, like the modulated cadences of a
sweet song, until the hour when the stars were
in their fullest glory. A large number of
our public spirited citisens who regard life as
"a pretty good thing," kept open house and
were the recipients of many calls, congratula
tions and compliments. W. B. Morrison, Eq.
and W. W. King, Esq.,each "did the lordly"
at their omces, and demonstrated that courtly
and generous hospitality for which those
gentlemen have ever been distinguished. At
Uiggins A Hagadrr.s a most sumptuous re
iast, luid and solid, was in ittendanse elabo
rated under the skillful manipulations of
Messrs. Dorset A Gooding, and presided over
by the elegant and polished Woolman. As
we passed on the opposite side, it looked
like the front entrance of the White House
on recept on day. Hall A Miller and other of
our mercantile friends did the agree
-ble. One of the features of the day
was a magnificent dinner which Germain
of The International, gave to his guests,
which was one of the finest affairs of the
season. The Skating Park was the scene of
much enjoyment and the skatorial portion
of Helena were in full force and glided
through the Christmas hours like ducks.
The Fox Hunt at Fashion Course was atten
ded by a large number of pleasure seekers.
Five foxes were released upon conditior.s,
but failed to reach their childhood homes.
The sport was very exciting and reminded
those present of the glorious old scenes of
the "Meeting of the Hounds" in Merrie
England. Helena Theatre was crowded both
at the matnee and evening performance.
The popnlar resorts for all those who have
nerve enough to "look upon the wine when
it is red" were crowded, and while as our
cotemporaries justly remark, there were no
i ghtt, broils or contentions to mar the fee
tivities of the day, there never was an occa
sion when a greater amount of good feel
ing, conviviality and sociability was mani
feeted. Many interresting little ep.sodes
took place and many harmless jokes were
perpetrated that would add spice to a local and
humor to a story, but which are "nameless
bere for evermore." We have assurances
for saying that never sirce the fist organi
zation of Christmas has its se .ou be.on a
fully and happpi'l esnjoyed as thib one by
the citisens of elena, and we treut that
the next chimes that ring its esmsag will
he muic to the same heart, ae light and
free and happy.
VIRGINIA CITY ITKMS.-From the
Democrat we learS that Brown's Gulch is be
ginning to attract much attention, and has
received the name of Bollion City. Connor's
mill is running, and numeroua arastras ar
yielding very promilngly.... M. George
Pascefort read at Legislative Hall on Cbrit
mas Bre....Tbhe Democrat was srmajled
Chritmas Eve by Colwelle' brass band. It
is a compliment to be bhoored by that band,
for it is one of the bet in the Territory ...
The farmer of Madisu county are bringing
into market a larg vaatity of pork, wbich
sells readily a from $. to $30 per hundred.
MARKaTr.-We had Intended dovo
tian some epaoe to the dispay of our meet
markets in ti morningos asme, but were on
able to do o. We caa only .y that we ner
er sw a arw deapbly of beef, mutton, vel,
pork and wild game of all kindb thba at tb
stabliskhmmt of Com Perl, and 6. B Her
riek. Tbes gem~uler sn to b aware dtat
it imgrove meat to b fat, and bece they
spare so espese to place bore thdir c
tomer the youngmet d fateet ock that
am be poemure. I weuld m*asa6h k fre.
qus~ew of the ome Wsd e maWket
to havesee these -- -asum ee C(
mr day, -s we em resemmead a sevein of
a rae reat or j)icy tendertoin to s whe t
AoaxurM .-We she umdersigned,
Jobh J. MLeam m Mel.Jsh N. Roderigo,
agree to Play a match ame of two ban
dred and fty points up for for $500 a side,
at the French or three balled carom game
of billiards, according to the rules of "Phe
leas Game of Billlnar, ninth edition," with
the eeetioo that when a ball is lst all
the balls d11 be placed is the same positions
a when oeemmeciag the game. The game
to be played on a Phelan A Colleader btan
dard used Carom Table (fslxl) with (2 7 16)
inch Balls, at the Theatre on Wood street,
January t, 18609, game to be called at 11
o'clock in the forenoon.
Jows J. McLean.
[Attest,[ Joax N. IRoemao.
C. W Mather,
RUN AwAY.-In the fall tide of Christ.
mas toe splendid bay team of Governor Pul
linger, attached to a megaifcent new sleigh,
came dasbiag up Main stree at fall speed.
The driver hang on like a man with his hands
fall, sad eeery one expected to see a smash,
but the horses were brought urmer control
with bat sligLt damage to the turn-out.
TaI LOCAL of the Democrat gets
mad at us for stating that sixty pounds of
mutton bad bees seat to Virginia City and
speaks bed words. We wont play with you
Tom if you get angry. Knock the chip of
our shoulder, and don't cry any more.
NoTics.-The public are hereby noti
fied that I have purchased the entire inter
eat of Mr. John Bertwistle in the "Keg Sa
loon," on Main street. I assume all debts
due by the late Arm, and collect all money
due the establishment. All those who are
indebted will be kind enough to call and set
tie, and oblige A. I1. WING.
Helena, Dec. 26.
FROM BoULDER.-The select little
party that participated in the Boulder festiv
ities returned Saturday night, surfeited with
the chaste pleasures of the dance. All are
enthusiastic and eloquent in praise of Charles
B_.',erer and his acctuplished wife, and
their unusually happy party.
Bjo Bu3I('K.--1Ir. Nolan arrived last
night from Cable with a bunch of geld
weighlng 720 ounce. the reeult of the last
run of the Nolan mill.
SPECIAL NoTICE.--'Ihe renting ot tit-
pew. in the I. E. Church has been indefinite
By order of Trustees.
FROM VIRGINIA CITY.-We had the
pleasbre of meeting Mr. Con. Weary, of the
firm of Nolan A Weary, who arrived last
evening from the capital. He reports Vir
ginia as having passed through Christmas
safely. Skating was the chief source of fun.
BtUSINESS ('IANe;E.-AS will be seen
by a local notice, Mr. A. H. Wing has pur
chased the entire Interest in the Keg Saloon,
and he is bound to keep up the reputation of
this popular place of resort, and spare no
m-ans or trouble in providing for the coin
fort of his guests.
DEEIR JLODGE ITEMS.-Fromn the Inde
pendent we learn that on Christmas Eve the
children of Deer Lodge were invited to a
Christmas tree, and bad a delightful time.
On Christmas Eve, at han resifence in Prick
ly Pear Valley, of Nervous Pro-tration, Mr.
W. L. Ba.LLao, aged 65 years.
Mr. aullard was born in the State of Vir
ginia, in the county of King William. iHe
came to the Territory of Montana over four
years ago, and has during his re.idcuce here
been actively engaged in business pursuits.
lie was one of the most extensive freighters
in the Territory, and everywhere carried with
him the respect of those with whom he sus
tainel business relations. Generou., binora
ble in all things, kind-hearted and noble in
his impulses, be gathered around him a
community of friends who admired him for
his virtues, and who mourn with sorrow his
untimely and sudden departure. lie was an
earnet and aealous Christian, ever advancing
the cause of the Church, and walking c-n
siatently and faithfully in her chosen path.
He leaves a wife and four sons to mourn the
loss of a faithful and loving husband and a
The vote ii N<mi~ie-i. an-l Orant he wom.
The tarute il in *4llt i is< well nigh dlon*-;
Tbe earrth don't rmlk ,,n the ,other slope,"
Aad rwell ettled is the Roman Pope;
*it * sill they flght in unh41upy C'rete
A nd ml.ael, t ., rseem hnrd t.- best,
Wat u1p a* Se4lkirk a famine. previ'l
And the great railrlnd has an w e)veret rails:
The Fainans tnb," still are fir from quiet.
And nurat heirfalrhte with R J.husos' diet.
The New Year it ramnlng-t-le a.li nearly I*it
And the Novelty Stiore i6 still in 1-jll blast:
-ellina pa(elr on which no uase's evrr wrete
lBe.ng Cf41', Leal. Bill. letter and Note.
Sellinr la|e ipaper and iamld Magazines,
A nd filr MNaiontu*' 8Det peo'iled smeues.
IDMily tlhe tbint. are Ptt and manv gIt forth
% ilh Violins. INat Citron and Cerdy, &c.
Childhoo~d's maut hlay ody is now indeed
For Panta Clais'ewnmirg and he seeo will appear
Camtig down tbhe .lhlney. insted oif thr,' the danr
W ith big hi askets tie on bli, batb bhuk sal beftre
So that his lile old bdv is eavered o'er and ,'er.
With flne ryss whi. h bhe ahu3 st 'he Novelty StorU.
He I.mas dollst ea I kinds. buth little and large.
And Chieit Tme iwts at a moderate lchtrge;
lie bhu.r emanus kaives, masks gon., pistuls aad
Va:lr.,. asidl btlgles. drums, fies anld tivol bhoards:
He b.t a Mrotve. palls, baskets nCxo and bsheep
And tbres In aradlie all buried is sleep.
He boy. To.vs sd oGfts Sa all cI l ss ead tfrades
Gifts or the old the yjreng-matrui. sid maidr!
FPe busbad meda lrs. brther doaghter amd sue.
But if we lshould fll emi. we'd never goe dome.
Then eaews *nrh -ne to tohe .e Novelty Store.
And view seem a stek as yoe sw'r saw before.
LCome the. enme onel *e allit both the Semag
and the old
We'l take yerw OGrea at pewr, but won't re
AeSo whtt= ltg geonol to fb1 Mbf, ltle sar tall
Will wilba eI'ry Chrtses tlo em and to ll!
J. . eak. I. B.IMaY
Gllek & MaMpin,
ParIdoras rT esA*gO.m. OSCe, Mai.
Seet, op-pit WellU, lare A Co.'s cz
prom u oga paui, harel M. r. *pM-*
morpeolm .er Arfy Tarruap.etam
HuADQ..AitTrI DurArAnw rroF DA*rrOTA
Olr Chief Qaurterster.
St. aelt. Mie.. November 97. 1U88
A-LED Prn.pu eis are invited rom these aya l
t3 itiss of the Umited States bwing the cap)i
tel aad mecas to aceate fAlly and fairly in all its
part ad euesdito a eoustret for the WagUe
Trans l.rtatui fr the United States Quartermas
ter.a b rtmeet far the Distrite of Muntae. ext
seaso begItieng April sat and esding Mar-h 3L-t,
Ilr7. for that ebauling outside of •e* limits em
wared by the ppesent enatract fr that month
SAplril,l f..r tht lstrict. md begioing May ost.
l6 IJ for the yearly contract of the entire district.
All that part of Muitoas. Imelnded In the Depart
meat of Dakota. The objot of the euotract is to
trnport supplies to or hUm any Pot now estab
lished. or that may be etablisheld within the above
described Distrit; to haul baggage or su.p tee to
accompany troupe popn say march or in any mlii
tary operations witLhi that part of Mutama Terri
tory as abhove deseroied
bthe weight to be traseported to the District of
Montana shall not exseed Flve Million pos.ds;
[5 000.00.. J
Bidders will state the ratole ore undred 1100O
pounds per une hendred CO) mi.ke. each
month of the yea rommenig April 1st, It.,
sad ending March 31s. 1870.
Bidders hesld rive their ames is hll as well
as their places of residsee. ad cash propsal
shousd be ae mspeied by a bead to the snm of
toe thoasand dollms ($10.000) signed by two or
more respuoaible persuns, gearnateeiag that bI case
a contrast is awarded tot the bLeaing In the above
nmeetined Distr, to the party prop sntr, the
ountreet will be accepted sad entered lato, end
good sad s iest security ibsrished by said
prtty in acourda.ce with the termls of this dver
The tontrartor will be required to givw bonds I
the sum of lsy thoesand dollars, (0 000.)
stilsfectory evidence of the solvency of each
bidder ad perso olhred as security will be re
Proposale most be endorsed " Propomas for
Army Trensporiation In .iotama." and none will
be etertaired solees they fully comply with the
requirements of this dve.rtissenet.
The party to whom as award is made most be
prepared to execute the contract at once. and to
give the required bonds fo r the faithful perform
aroee of the contract.
The right to reject any and all bids that may be
off.ted is reserved.
The cntructo,r most be in readicesw for service
by the frst day of April, Ia9, and will be re
quired to have a place of business or agency. at
which he may be communicated with promiptly
and readily for the transportation in the District ,rf
Montana. at Fo'rt Benton. and in the District of
Montanaat snbth other point as may be iudic"ted
as the starting point it said District.
Prtopoals for the above will be received at Fort
SNbw. Montana* Territory. by Capotaio N S. Con
stble. A Q M. U. 8. A.. Chiet Q. M. District ,o
Montana, and at Saint Paul. Mintlne..ta. uutil Feb
ruary l'thb, lf';9; by the luntereigned.
n. B. Hlt.LABIRD.
Deprty Q. M. General U. S A..
Chief Quartermaster I)epartment of Dakouta.
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Lp. 5aREMIRIV . A. HIFESHF1LI).
IIER&SHIFIELD & Co.,
43 UBrufe ft., iHelena, ME. T.
MWiGS COMuER, IRGINIMA EMMETANA,
United States Securities!
N.. ork..m Fssag,. o ",s all Iwarto of gur-po
3wf otlcmkme mmk in al pwn ot the Terri
%oy and pninruy aomk&d. ap 20 tt
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0o P. FINK & CO.,
and retal. dealer- in
4 u ti :" () i1n - III ii (1 e
Gents' S Ladies'
Boys' S Misses'
WI Ebare just re'riv.l eur first train, omnpri..
in all and every variety of
Boo t andll Slio i!s.
ala.. a fullI asartment of
Upper amid sole Leather,
and sh-fl6udling. whichb we utfr at
WhoUlealc Jobbing Prices!
Br.,-t made to order and rri.airi..g done.
NO. 63 MAI% STREET.
IDAHO SALT! IDAHO SALT!!
Maumbetured at the
Oneida .Milt Works
Oneida county, Idabo Territory
ON th Ieader Eumigraat RUod, 85 miles
TA YLO t'S t1 Ift1 GrE,
atenw Reake River. ad 2..S amileg from V irut".:
Uy. M. T. Ia Itretmgb. Purity and P.' here,...
it It uuurp,~eva by any Suit iasaue.elr'tr, .1 in ii.
U.it Ui&tasar ad is equally auleri r it. in.e "a,
IL&. gat sag Stmeiting ""uir A m sl14 ,aaeiauy a n+1'
Y lw Cull,7 asgad 1i.ar) j'dPtq,~,p The MIrn.i
dama.d ta works hbaring t en ibe. rcrl t.. %i x
thowaud amal.s hr d44. we are u.-" ir.-lwra..l t.
$ii all rders pmwlp.4,.
P rice $ O, (eerr t) prtin lu(iti. i\ kle-va
dlwatuat allowed on large gtsnorities. lS.,."A ten
teI wre seqnlred. Po fur tnlar iuni.lular.
addrI 3. P. W 'II, . Real,
[ASONiC LAN B"1%"
variety and style meetly exnatad at
Office of the Montana Post.
iooik st thetse Irice -
The P'. S Bartlett in.vemtent, wit extra, ,.
('hr nometer Halanie. I '-ent I)tut a. p'
Satety Pini n. and all other lat ir ul,, av«..n.
it, a sLlid :I oz. Coin Silver Hootiug C.. e,.:
(.old hoints. $*7 ein.
The same in 4 ."x. case .$3,. In 5* . 7 '.s- .:.;.,
The Waltham WV.t,'h (".. mrn v-m.* n "I:
Jew-els C(hrnlomter loe lntrr. Pitern It t
'Patellnt .atfety P'inion. &c. in . : , a.
Gold Joints. $iO eoin
The same in 4 oz rcae #:t3. In 5 oz case t..;5,
The Appleton. Tracy & Co. Inovement. wirth t
.les etl Chronoimeter Hlanre, lanree t U, ti
P'sael t S~tiety i inio.. c41. in 3 a·z. *.e., a
.lits ~ 14 coin.
The same in 4 O.z. case 37.. I 4n : .z. 9u co a
P. S. Ilartlett VWatch in 12 oz 1- kara' (;
lllntilng Case $t' coin.
Waltbaism Watch Co. \Vatnch n _'t .2 z 1- K,,,
(old Hnnting case ,e4 coin.
A;l'l;et..n Tracy & C,'. Watch, in m:r or. ;k* l
tiIld Ilunting ase k7 r.,it -
Any additional weight at $1 per pwt , or $2J i..
We will send anv of the ab)tve by Wels Par
& ('',. Express, a itb bill to coliert on dehv.r,
and give the purchaser th privilege to exilas.,
the Watch before saying. All exprers chrgl_
however, to be p.ai by the purchaser. li.t if it
amount .i the p.rice of the Watch is reLittled
tus wi.h the order, we will prepay th-. czpl
charges to San Fran' ieio ourselv'e In r.-d;ai
moniey, drafts on Wells Fargo & Co. are preferrt
We wish it distinctly understood tL.t tb%
Watches are the very best. with all the late.t l
provements. and that they are in perfect rnoarc
order, and if lany one does not perform well. v.
will exchantge it, or retlund the motney.
PI'ea.e .t...e that you sIa this in the MuOiA,
. HOWARD & CO.,
Jewelers and eilvermtithbs,
619 Broadway N. Y,
tOne Bocrk ab"hve the Metiopollitan Hotel.
E very one visiting New York is invited ti.aI
at .,r .1ltiali.h ernt.
In ordi.r th it all Itny aldtress us w irb cr ifidr..
we iii' :e attenution t to the tol.lwing:
Ittllce of Wells. Fargo & Co.. 1
~4 Broa.dway New Yrk, )t. 26, I.6id. ) [
WVe can cherief atl y cni.nrtd e-Irs l i, I vo.
('0. N ` ". 619 Itroa.iway N. v Y..rk, tI, our frt-.:.
na. a reliable and tru.irwort',y f.-m. with assurlt
lth.t Iall orde ts t t themn sI llate, tithf i .
ro t attentiou C "t;(i itAlst ), 1Tre,.
For %% ells Fargo &
And we s.lso refer ti
I too tnl..o Emqr. San Franeisco..
is (' H owdl :-.1 aun Franciasc
TI' K llller -1;" l C S tlinit San Franlu. ',
W " S I1,h.art E .-q \'. ir.i ti Cti'y. N* ve.ts
w"a - vtt
To the 11atchmaker,
, ," 1t
Schulz & Bundy, No. 63 ,alan streee
Iltve ju-t received a complete stock of aV.
WAiTCH MATERIAL! 1
Embracing a fne assortment of.,
GLASSES ANO KEYS,
which we offer
CHEAP TO THE TRADE!
Orders from a distance will receive carn..
and prompt attention.
V" AI~ 'CII X VO1tIIi
(,f all descriptions w;ll bedone on the m'r
reasonablP trme. Gi.ing my perý,)nal atn.:
hion to thi- branch of the buIners, I rhaL?
able t- give perfeort :atirfaction.
_ >.),.,,... .... .. % '!qF-- I
FRANK IARTOS. A K. WIL
BARTOS c WILL,
(Late Dunlap & Co.)
No. 35 Main st, Helena, Mi I
And dealers in American and Fore,;g
GOLD and SILVER WATCHES
F'LOCKS, PLATED WARE, ETC.
Th- undereigned re.p*.etfully rform theirfnas
and the puiit.fre eJrnera.lly, tlh.t bhv:vi P Pur
tle interfat ,o their fonrmer part.er. 'Ir It UIt*'
.Ir.. t sel still c,,ntinue at tfle ,.td etan1d .ad It'
hert.t)tre prepC.tr t. manufarcture every d 't
tiou of jewelry frIom the
NATIV- G()I D,
'ouiustantly on hand alarge and splendid '
PRECIO U STONES.
All work ruaranttee as rears"r-c 0-d
from the . c.nnry promptly atlte.. i
janll-twtf HAIBA I, &
D. M%. (.rill(ette
Still eoutiones in cbarge of the Watch s.k
dep*irtmeut, and all ,work piH.ingl tlhrtii
batida is warranted ot give .stisfa't ti..
N otice to
BAN K RS,
MEIICIHANTS AND MIZN'i5
Ar.AY OmvICK Or F. FBolH & CO,
HsTENA M. T., July 14"
OU)R ehlargre fur Melting and Assaying
On all sums up to $1.200. 83 per us~ey.
Osn ill ame above 61,200, one () q4stOd
per est ot tei amonat
M1neral Assays at .Reduce,
ius~cr F. BantY