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FRIDAV Y ORNISNG JAN. 1Wi9
...1('X. Ii. R.":.ttic(. I(oc nl 11 4111 )
Tr IIE CITY.
I r.,m 'hbe Ial, .".f I'r. .
N t.ý t:.tai'- l).v will be a delighttaul
.,.1 Interestang one here, meteorologically,
.caally andl .pirntualy. Th, tun will
.hane brightly, and the -now will estck.
rho-e who can indulge in the luxury of
-leighs, will glide through the -treets cnd
avenues lake pretty birds, and we will cheri-h
te. delu ave anticipation of the good time
when we, too, c.n bhe the luttetfly. The la
airs. charmin; in the po-s±e-ion of endearing
.•nd bewitching accomlli'hments, rich in the
.ndrwment of gnerous and hospitL.ble qual.
aties, will "',eceive." The gentlemen with an
utter dhi-ntere-tedne-s and kindnBee cLarac
terratlc of a chivalric and high toned moun
tain people will be received with all die
honor. The Skating Park, the centre
,f an inexpreAsible attraction, will be crowd
-.d. The great billiard match,spoken of else
whert., the great raffle at Rayfield's, the The
.tre. and the fox hunt at Fashion course, all
will wia from our citizens some portion of
their smiling approbation and golden ducats.
Many establirhment: " receive." aso, not
.redttor-, but friends. Such ra life. Jacob
Smith receive at the ffice of the Montana
Hide and Fur Company. Hlis well known
and Lviah hospitality will be liberally swung
around, as will be seen from a -eetaon of th
Lill of fare riven below:
\.:at- foot oil, a la Montanu.
.r.-t woo,,l. -inew sauce; Chicken feathers,
crow win sauce.
.liouk rki:i', Nutgall sauce; Wool bide, tat
We regret that space will not permit the
whol, of the bill of rarities. The accom
plished President of the Company will be
present and see that each guest is freely as
aisted to all he detire. The gentlemanly
General Agent will take charge of the over
C oats, hats and valuables of the company.
We hope and trust that everyone will fully,
treely and emphatically enjoy the day; that
sunlight will brighten every existence
fnreddhipa warm each heart, and a devout
and heartfelt thankfulness to Him who brings
the glad new year go eot from each human
being that life so free from sorrow and pain
and darkness touches a higher key note in
the grand melody of nature's music.
THE HELENA MONEY IAOTTERY.--As
the whole nuember of tickets which, ac
cording to the original scheme were to be
drawn in this lottery on the 2nd of January
hbae not been sold, and as the company of
gentlemen who own the lottery and sustain
that enterprise are unwilling to hold any of
the tickets themselrv, which might of course
win large pruies and thereby create remarks,
if not dissatisfaction. it is deemed better that
none should have chances in the drawing ex
cept outside ticket-bolders, as then no room
even for a sus.acion of an interested motive
can be charged upon the company, because
then the company, not having any interest in
the prises draws, will be more perfectly ds
intereted in the chances of the drawing.
There will then be no tickets put in the wheel
save and except such as have absolutely and
truly been sold to outside parties, and a rule
of the company prevents any of the stock
holders from .eing interested in any tickets.
In order therefore to give the public the ad
vantage of all the chances, the amonst of
the ps izs will be reduced is a ratio with the
number of tickets sold. For instance, if
even hundred tickets are sold the amount of
the prises will be seven thousand dullars; if
eight hundred are sold, eight thoumand dol
lars. and so on. The sne of the prism will
be in the same ratio as at present, as propor
tionate aumbers of smaller and larger prisme
will be retired according to the amount of
tickets sold. The whole number of tiekets
sold and prises to bedrawn witl bean.uneed,
and the books shows an the theatre ei..
the drawing commenes, and the committee
appointed by the ucket olders wiU tSle
take charge of the drawing as befe. b at
these es.ra indemmets the compsay hope s.
sell a great many were tickets, and trs
the people wall encourage them accordingly.
CARmIa's 1DD=sah. -Today, ln aco.
cordasce with a time-heuerd castes, the
carriw of the Poso will wait upon hiM pa.
rome with a annul address. While we are
coranes to selt the erbng whio he psssss
this morning rest upe its apporseues -e
gratify a fihere. t ise to bsaen -rl4
apea whom s is dv w thwee e w, ae the
typographical ezecutii. of the addrus is
subjected to the critical taste of the public,
we desre to state that its beauty and se-at
aner of ezecution is dAe to the ase skill ad
excellent workmsmebip of Mr. Samuel Ricb
ardeon, pressman of this establisment, whose
well eared reputation, asequired i the best
ofices of the East and West, is an hoeor to
himself and a credit to the honorable craft.
The verses, rude and uncraeibled a they may
be, are commended to a people more re
nowned for noble and gmeroua deeds,
than for an inatmate domestic relation
with the "Sisters Nine,"who chanted music on
the gilded summit of classic Uelicom, with
the reasonable hopes that it may accomplish
the desired object in garnering auto the car
rier a plethoric purse and a replenished ex
t.li.. L.YoN lresented us last night
with a living i!lustration of the "irrepressi
ble confict." It is one of those creations of
genius which evidence the leading ideas
that agitate the human race. Every one
should examine this wonderful affair, ard as
the Colonel has only a few left, a speedy
visit to the Novelty Stores will prove a wise
'PE ItoNL.- -.1 private letter from
Washington, dated Dec. 13th, narrates that
Giov. Smith stated to a gentleman a few days
before that he was making preparations and
would start for Montana in a short time....
Lient. Green, of the 13th Inft., A. A. Q M.
at Fort Ellis has tendered his resignation....
Win. Thompson, Erq., of the firm of Grifth
.& Thomson of Viigicia City, is in the city.
Mr. Thompson was one of the first pioneers
of the country, and has been actively en
gaged in building ever since. A large num
ber of quartz mills and the finest boildings
,of Montana attest the magnitude of his tbuild
ing enterpri.e....John 11. Ming, E&q.. our
popular fellow citizen who was compelled to
go over to Virginia City, "the best grazing
country in Montana," for the "purpose of be
ira refre-hed, as gentlemen often visit large
cities for that purpose," has, we are glad to
..y. returned alive. It was certainly refresh
ii) to his friends to witnes- how thankful
he was to get back.
SL.ERI;IIING(.-\ Vho can consider with
out thrilling emotions the beautiful "leighing
we are enjoying. It can't be excelled in any
land. The c'ty streets are in splendid condi
tion, and the long level drives in the country
are unapproachable. We anticipate a bril
liant dirplay of elegant turnouts today, for
we raw a host of the "elite" in Travis' office
evening, soliciting Ches's best rigs. ¶Travis
can furnish fast horses, elegant sleighs and
luxurious robes, at a moment's notice, that
would do credit to Eastern outfits, and He
lena can add to them little romances and he
roines that would adorn the history of ori
ental beauty. Why -houl'l w" nt enjoy
No P.\i'E.-It is meet and proper
that those who earnestly and untiringly labor
for the advancement of knowledge and the
promotion of moral influences throughout
the country should now and then "rest from
their labors" and view with satisfaction the
ucceeful results of their sealous efforts,
therefore the gentlemen connected with the
office of the Montana Post will observe to
day, and no paper will gladden the intelli
gence of our people to-morrow morning.
A Ditch is to be brought into Pony
Gulch to convey water from the right hand
fork of Willow Creek. This ditch is about
'i 2 miles long and has capacity of some 500
inrhe' of warer
From the. Dai!y of Moeda).
i'il\ ATh PYA1TY.-On-) New Year" a
night the beauty, fasbion and wealth of this
gay city gathered at the elegant residence of
John H. Milng, Esq., to do honor to the cour
teous hoot and accomplished hostess, and to
enjoy the lavish hoepitalities provided by
generons hearts. It was, without doubt, the
most b-illiant and delightful afair that ever
trausyired within the bouadaries of our Ter
ritory. The hours went Sitting unheeded by,
as they ever do when youth and beauty meet
in dancing, music and in song, and wheth
er in the spacious and elegant parlors, cir
cling in the giddy dance, sauntering
through the long corridors, or indulging in
the more substantial pleasure @ ta smptuous
supper; it was one continual round of en
joyment. To speak fuller would be a viola
tion of the sacred rights of hospitality,
whose delicate requirements we reluctantly
had, realising that we are buot echoing the
expressions of all those prssent whea we say
that the happiness of that evening will be
folded away among the heart's choicest recol
lections to be a fruitful source of pleasure
while memory waits a williag servitor to lead
to life a charm. This delightful festive
scene has, for all who are interested in the
promotion of a more generous social senti
ment among our people a deeper signilcasce
than the mere enjoyment. One of the great
I t attributes of wealth, intellectual redne
ment, and high social pesition, is the ability
to promote the bappiness of othes, and the
power to exert a potential inineace in mould
ing society and cultivating those friendly re
lations, kandly sentimens and graceful man
ners that alone make up the charms and due
ltghts of social existence. The individual
who uses his acuired wealth as a meas of
cultivating the amenitie of life, and addig
to the happiness of his fetllow-men, is a pub
le benefactor. We in Relena are charged
with being an unocial people. It is told of
a that in the headlong pursuit of wealth we
lose eight of all frindly selations that cea
not be measured by "per cent."-that there
is a want of harity, sympathy and hospi
sality among s. That much of this is true,
no one will deny; that it should not be so,
is also undisputed. It sheald be a subject of
nlterest to our citiseme that the stranger so
jou aing within b r gates should Sad agret
er harmoany of sentiment and a greater tat
ersiation ameo our people, and we trust
that the happy raair of ew Tear's sight
wil be is the Ulght of a living esampl that
we may, like she le Oees gather khowl
edge well as plre trhes ssc a sense
that whmen r. Mings d I i umsemplised
wife threw ape their beantiful hbe. to he
enjoyment of their Msad. and with a gene.
roes and speta~ess khpitaliy esahed
to the happismf ear delt'b t)r m.osu
aew tnd mesa invt m n mahe mme
eTa ersrtw st et eas pempe,
twems Jeal J. Mids sme JSO _all s ,e.
she N- eaortI aN aW esgmr* as
lected Umpire by Mr. McLean , Mr. os by
Mr. Rodrigd, s4 Wi. Mehrland selected
by these gdnUemes u efemre. At 12 o'clock
the guame was caled by the latter gentlema.u
and Rodrigo led *. en fArs shot. The game
was a very close eostated noe. and was
played oe the part of both coatemtan i a
meet admirable manner. Rodrigo took the
lead on the rist points is the game and kept
it throughout by an average of from 3 to 21
points. On the last strian McLean displayed
some rare playing, whereby he was enabled to
take the lead and had bat five to go on the
game. Thus the game stood, McLean 246,
Rodrigo 235, when the latter by a circum
stance of good luck and a little careful play
ing, closed the game, beating his opponent by
four points. The betting throughout the
game was rather light, bet no odds were of
fered till Johnny had made his last rua which
placed him in advance. The game was wi t
nessed by a large attendance of citisens who
manifested their appreciation of the shots
made, and their delight at the skill evidenced
on the part of both players by frequent lem
onstrations of applause. The Theatre was
somewhat chilly, the cushions of the table
were cold, which worked to the disadvantag
of both players. The game lasted from 12
u., until 4.22 P. x. The game was 250 points
up, and the number of innings 2,9, hence the
average was very light, being a slight fraction
lees than one. Each made a run of 13. The
game was intensely interesting throughout,
and the nerve, rare skill and excellent judg
ment of each, called forth the admiration of
the spectators. There is some talk of a sec
ond match, which we hope will take place un
der more favorable auspices. Any definite
arrangements will be duly communicated to
N..w EiAn', D.\Y.--' 'lie muoruing ol
the happy New Year the tun came coyly,
blushing forth, like the first a•lvances of a
maiden toward the unsuspecting and deluded
victim of her facinating smiles and wiles and
melting tears, but the happinees, the kindl3
greeting. the hearty good wishes needed not
to rather life from sunbeam warmth, bul
catching inspiration from the music of the
morning stars, rang in melodiou- ca.ence: ',t
lore and friendship, till
'The trailing garments of the Iiabht
Swept through her marble halls."
The music cf euphonious bells, the glitter of
exotic fashion, the music of merry laughte
and happy voices, and the rainbows of happl.
ness and pleasure that spanned the counte
nan·ee of all, evidenced a realisation of much
rational and satisfactory enjoyment. Iri
accordance with a time honored custom which
characterized the worthy and hospitable
burgher, of the Empire city, a large numb.-r
of the fair ladies of our city received with
full honors the gentlemen of their acquain
cance, and ino this manner a delightful dai
was passed by the gentlemen. The taste 'is
played by the ladies in the elaboration
of refreshments, the charming manner in
which they welcomed their friends and the
rare accomplishments exhibited in extending
hospitality to their ctllers canno' be excelled
in the metropolitan city that gave origin to
the delightful custom. The gentlemen, too
were equal to the occasion, and during the
whole day, subjected as they were to the de
licious influences of sparkling wine and the
delightful beverages that adorned the festave
board, not one for a moment forgot that he
was a gentleman. It must be a source of
much satisfaction to the gentlemen to learn
that this year the reception of calls was to
the ladies a pleasure and gratifcation, and
with the babela that all over this good land
there was no spot where the day was more
fully sad heartily enjoyed, we express the
bops that, as eueceeding years come and go,
their advent may be celebrated with as joyou
and delightful fetivities as this day, the
recollectioes of which are as sweet as the
melody tof a half forrottae soar.
WEB TRAVIS'S grand ra fle too k plac
at Rayfied's pool rooms, on New Year's af
ternoon, an the preence of a crowled house,
and was at once the most exciting and bar
moniou affair of the kind we ever witnessed
The Irat umber thrown which was entitled
to respectful considration was 46, which was
thrown by Mr. Vincent, who hell ticket No.
131. This was pechasd by Jot Travis, and
tbus being entitled to the firt choice he took
Billy Bay. Jim Welch, owner of ticket t23,
afterwards threw 46, which was purchased by
Wee Trans for $300, who was, by virtue of
it, entitled to the gold watch and chain.
The lowest number, 16, was thrown by George
RayLeld, owner of ticket No. 479, and George,
havisc an eye to gesral reslts, took the
bouse and lot on Clore street. J. C. Ricker,
ow.r of ticket No. 23, Mr. Fitch, ticket
94, aod We Travis, ticket No. 86,ech threw
16, which, beina the secod lowest number,
wasfor the horseCobsrn. This being a tie,
and Mr. Fitch being absent, it may be a few
days before it will be sealed among the three
gentlemen holding these throws. The rafle
was attended throughout with the best feel
int and the utmost satsfaction to all pre
ent. It was witneeed by a large crowd,
whch filled George's spaeom and elegant
pool and club rooms with a large sLare of
the speculating social element of ielena.
HKELENA LOTTERY.-The second draw
imn of this lottery took place at the Helen
Theatre on Faturday, in the premece of a
large attendance of ticket-olders and spec
tators. It was charactrised throughout by
harmony and ood feeling. Dave Haador
drew the first prise of $2,000; T. H. Klein
schmidt and Prof. Steits drew the $1,000; the
remainnig prises, with numbes opposite, may
be found in another column. Joe Woolman,
in behalf of Mr. Hagadorn, provided eiaan
and spiritual consolatio to the whole bovn,
and a sumptuous lunch to the committee en
g;esd in conducting the lottery. Meas.
Kleieschmidt and Steit received congratuel
tios at the First National Bank in the eveo
ing, where a leg namber of frieds cograt
alated them over a basket of Tokay. De
notice will be given of the next drawing.
PssonAL.--Col. W. F. Chadweik, at
tw a viit of a wk or or toQable, et. e
by la.t rMk. We are pleasad o mu
the eOos.el lekdte veoy we.... . S. etasM
pe*l Hof I6bln isto Lt h it at, s da
a with a eaI. XRe e man&t Phot. Sinliwu
Sas having ans a splrstid sad assasfasory
I clan up on the Tho. as lode, hut the lssa
Svial r selts of whic he is not informed.
At the 2ad drawiug of the Selenm Money
Lottery the following numbers have drawn
SNo. 223-..$2,0-David Hagsadorn.
No. 4.3-$1,000-Kletascbmidt A Steiz.
No. 343-$0SC-Combs, Oro Fino Gulch.
The following Noe. drew prizes of $100.
83 211 272 385 .39
464 465 528 562 683
The following Nc r. drew prizes of $50.
16 65 St 91 110 166
202 232 287 :374 427 449
451 493 -,4S 542 513 ;I04
r The followaig No. drew prizes of $25.
2t 42 i' 54 74 82
10) 109 335 12s 129 134
135 142 153 186 193 224
237 243 217 257 267 274
319 315 317 :145 346 378
390 406 413 415 418 420
S429 4.39 444 171 487 497
498 5:6 519 5.37 65 582
583 586 .96 609 617 699
640 650 658 660 685 ,sS8
The holders of tbe. tickets are requsted to
Immediately present their tickets or forward
them by mail or express, if onteide of Helena,
for payment of prizes.
We hereby certify that the above statement
of the drawing is correct.
e John Potter, John Kinna.
Charles Fowler, Wmi. Mathes,
Ben. R. Dittee, A. W. Babcock.
The next drawlng will take place
J4dJwlt LEON LOEB.
Mla.oNic Et.E '1. o.N.-.The regular
election of officers for Red Mountain Lodge,
No. 12, A. F. & A. M., took place on Dec.
2nd, and resulted as follows:
II. A. Ilurlburt-W. M.
John Anderson-S. W.
Wm. Hlynes-J. W.
Charles W underlich-'rrea urer.
J. F. Beck-Secraetary.
I A.i. .J. M4CoI'('itMi K,1special Indian
Agent for Montana, left for his home in the
SEut on Sunday morning's coach. Mr. Mc
t Cormick intends spending the winter in New
York and Washington in the in the interests
of his department. We wish him a pleasant
and deli;htfil visit and a.afe return in the
')t'oUNTrhVi-;J. f-.-1 c')oneid.'rabLe nnum
ber of counte*feat Two Dollar Notes, of the
r arket National Bank of New York, are in
circulation in this city, and are well c.alculat
- ed to deceive: a good imitation of the genu
ine. They c:io only he detected by the num
b hers, which in the genuine ii carmnine, and in
Sthe counterfeit a vermiallion.
t'O & Pi EIL., the plroprietors of tir .
Hlighland and Bull's head meat narkeLt, won
our thanks by a pre.entation of a luscious
roast, accompanied by the etceteras. It was
appreciated lay the eating departru-nit of the
• U'IW. E oI r TI rE 'tIrIII)l .1 'lu l [A.I. l ºt -
rTRrT.-ll. L. Warren, Chief Ju-tice of the
Territory of Montana, has been assigned by
the .udges of the Supreme Cou-t us .ludge of
this Judicial I)ietrict.
rUNAtWA.- A isplendid sorrel tranmi
of Travis . Bro'" came down Broadlway on a
little time of their own, but su-per,dl..al ope
rations at the foot of that stiect without any
material iniurv to the outfit.
Horrible Outrages at Fort Peck.
through the kindness and courtesy of Mr.
R. T. Oilllespie, the efficient and univerlally
popular repreeentative of Wells, Fargo A Co.
at Hiclen, M. T.. we are able to lay before
our readers thus morning the details of a hor
rible afair, which we give below:
Fort Barrow, M.T. Dec. 29, '68.
The coach is just in at 6.30 p. n. The rinv
er is still open, and it is snowing again. A
report came in this evening that four men
were killed by Sioux Indians at or near the
wreck of the Amelia Poe, whose names were
McGregor, Thomas, a man named Steve and a
Mr. Taber. Moses Solomon received several
wounds. George Boyd of the N. W. Fur Co.
who was stationed at Fort Browning, brought
in the Irst lntel*igm.ce. Almost immediate
lyafter the arrival of Mr. Boyd, Mr. Reed,
Agent of Indian Affairs, came in from Forn
Pek ancod conirmed the prior report. Mr.
red was one of the party attacked. He
states that a party of eight men procedin
on their way to the wreck of the Poe, when
about seven miles below Port Peek, 00 Baun.
tee Sious nliaas red uon them, ietsantl
kiling those absove named; the others made
their escape upon horses and mules. Mr.
McGregor was one of the owners of the
wreek of the Amelia Poe. Taber owned s
woodya at Taber sland. The party had
team containing about P$300 worth of provi
ions, all of which was captured. The Indir
cut the heds of of Messrs McGregor and
Steve and carried them away. This is oadcl
and therefore sathetic.
F. C. ROSEVELT.
The writer of the above letter is one of the
most prominent aiises of Benton, the Ageni
of Wells, Fargo A Co., and proprietor of the
Overland Hotel, the best house in the place,
sad that shefacts, as related by Mr. Rosevell
are reliable. is msured the high reputation
of the getleman thro out the Territty.
A FINE farm, four miles East of Misoula
Malls, on the road to Deer Lodge, rnd
lying immediately on the great thorouufare
from Oregon to the
This place is highly improved with a com
fortable frame house, one and one-half to
rie high, five rooms, stables, coravls and all
the necessary outhouse. A young and
thrifty orchard, irrigating ditches and plenty
of water to Good the bfelsi at 8ny season.
Also, a ield of rixty acres, anz good
S 9 A. 13 L E
On the opposite side of the river.
All of ta above property will be sold in
one lot, at reuomabl-rmats. For terms apply
to W. B.8. liltI 4l.S, on premises,
w3m or Worden A Co., Mmoula Mill
Mtea Stirt, me deu shwre Marwcoita Restareat.
]Boot & Shoe Mb.aker
A it Guarntmd in evwy Instamo
DdIf Rekai amly Esmesd.
I LIME OW or LKFUSSL
.msiaitag is the o&*e of Wells, Fargo A. C(a'.
December 31st. IiF.
A levuoe U Amdcrswe (1 A Aidridge W
Adams C AlezaaderC W Adler K C
Arb. lMe II Aumasita E F Beetly D B
IerryNick BReayU , BllIad P H
Bullam Cbuu HBeale J II Booe kK N
Buorso 11 C Brow. Fred Blyteb 8 F
BrownM Berne-cr C: F. Burgla J D
Berasb II J lUewa.. J rs uR
SBeanmT A C'bid L HI CeulltcaaJ
Cawlett J Crawford J Caster a
* Carpenter C 42 Vborebill II1 Clemooc I.
Cubo ties, M Caartwribt J 'nurtis T B
Cleghur J Cla Je,bu (atagheet U
JJa ( rleett Ja n C a ry l a W C he snu t 1 .
Caldwell .1 10 Dau. J I'eneey W
'arwj W Liuku/ laces ' Lirkaeon N
Dunlap J 1t Iteewe 11 B Davis T Ki
Dasher Mrs ' I:lmure W. J Eigrert W
Ellis r Lelwards .4 L.14cr C 1'
iIis 4 A Ervla n EW Fens II
Vate. Sin ) Ne F 1)
FlanIeders R Freritnan S ayr1
-e~saia JII Fe~rrise Mrs M111 Fees L
Fondry A k r II Farry It
Gorwhama ' I. (.ardne-r 1)H (+rim C
4Iibsnr.y'' ' i;rade T I1 (itny-v I)
Oslewski 1' E;ullbaeee Ii A d.skirk A
Galaylad ft I :n~tvwell 42 ilabriel *l
Gluthrie %V II Ilalliard H (IrrvaiI l
Uray P E;re.r Si Grot Mr
unoter J Hrifgley C N Iletery Mrs 1:
hlunneer 4% It lee.trsee .1 MIrmol n M 1'
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llarri«eeu Il 11urtete H Jame- H
J.,etee s leaItehnsete Mre. Keller-i \'.
Ko out HI' Kiuigbt II $ Kieoystoao C 1.
Ketaks J I' ,i.- Ie-i T Lard (O
~vhee-ker (' lananruin C r) Lelenan E 1'
McBriene I Murray t H i MUrtimter C
Moerse J II Me-ier Mbr WIsskill .1
Malimois 4 II McIay(' F %Ierbrtk 4' It\\'
IMc ltey~nold. Masr'eill A Miller (C 8
4jenrkeri itez 11 Miiler I1' It Marsball $
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Niles)J 4 tvier A J 4tweele A
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hl.eleg'1 F' fir.e..cE RI 'as S
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bars .I It, tdteS J It 411eri B V II
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Wlhi.t FT II Wlei. Mit - Wecite l
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LIMT OF RAtCK AGEFS
lt-echenplr :Ii. 1-, .-.
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Paut-r IJ iekeit A Cu e incg. C
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bireaeee l I~ieray La ;ravre- & Baii
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lIe-au, A\ Ilernaesnn If t' Hetena F
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Leelh Bree I~veet I 3 ill r to If
Mi-Iane- .A It 'eleeet 1t 31 Meueav (: II
3lert.lee1 'Flees Ilellride- H 'leCrackere It It
ý1(n~tu \ It \4leKeo I) Martine Mrs 1.
Ne's ..:zu-r It. P tII't-a J lt[teoneell C' I.
leuke-ten .1 t; Pee.t Ne-ttie Q.uiemn J
Rush It ltesat A s lteeaeb J
Raynoer A. ('ee l}ixvnmee 1 I MLe-raeeale- 4
Ntetsr&t 1. \i \ afferel .e II \' t eobs P
hnbtiiz It Scioueeetc A .1 Sienuiejm A .J
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I:. 'I. (.ILLEI'ýI F., Agenet._
i 8 m ain St
0% ep. FINK & CO
and retal. dealeri in
(Cu tonm-i 1ade
Gents' S Ladies'
Boys' s Misses
E ave just ree.ved our rst train, compria.
i all ad every variety of
Boot and Shoes.
also, a full asortment of
Upper and Sole Leather,
and sho.-adeag, which we offer at
Wholesale Jobblig Prices!
Boots mad to order and re , dome.
NO. 3E MAIN STgEET.
BOOTS AND SHOES I'
G-T.RNEY & (().,
WHOLESALE &t RE7A IL
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 84, Warl Street,
HELENA, -. WONTANA,
At the 81O of the
BI- ""OOT( J
N. B. GOey & Co's. Boots and boses arn
O...m i.s ad Wemautd.
180 ty NICK MILLE N.
J. . mWMEAN. ROBERT LEHMAN.
LEHMAN & NEWMAN.
Xo.'. 8 & 10 WOOD 8TREE2
H ELE 1 A N, MON'I'0 'NA
A SP 3E3 C7 I A.L I,,Y-:
A PeU A seemes t
ILA'),k at th'tese Ixtr1E"K
The P. S. Ratlett mvement. with w ..i. r yr-t,.
('brooometer tialanq;*. Patent Dus~t "'ap- p".tenr
Satety Plnion. and all other later irnpr'..-irn..,i
in a solid 3 nt. (oin Silver linting Caie 4,ttt
Boild Joints. S':7 ciiin.
The awe in 4 , , L case tiO. to orI~. c~u 4.u! ·.. :
Tbe WCaltbain 'Wt.'h Co. moement. T%"l; ors.
Jewels. ChronobtneTer 11alatiieii Pattint [.i~t t I
patent Safety IPinion, &'. in :1 oz. cii"" .."1.
(.oldl Joints. 011 coin
The saau isn 4 iiz case !C:' In 5'L cc ea·e i.,.,,
The Appletno. Traey & Co. morement. with ir..
Jlewel. Chnomen tecr flalanhee P'nti. tit.t li8.1
P'atent Safety P'inioo. .%,. in :1 *z. ..,a.".
.iointi d4 cruoin.
The mantic in .4 ~z v. r 4 it".I .l. Iii :. i. "4 . .
P. iS. Bgartl.-tt \Vaiib" i~i *2ti. oI karts' t.
Waltbam \Vlath Cio. Watch, in i," . - . rr
Aptiletin Tracy & lC,'. Wteb. is .i. ,i.. -
.irid Ihunting case e-, --in
Any additional Weight at 8. wrr p.. . ' -
We will sendi an, oft ticr .tic b : r
l 'i' Etprese. ujib bill Ti .eilec"t oin d..r:
tol ie the p rc aser th " priviirafe :o ""xt tnt.\,
the 'atch b twore Iayingr. All -xpreiar .
h h..wever. iio he j"aii by the piarlahier l'.it .t *i
iinii. t ,If ihe ri 'e it tlii SWateb ni. t .tt.
us wt.h tbe ,irl er. we will ;epav ie,.'
'cbargee to . ?.in i ran. irii jur elvtr- i n .1
money, itratia iigi %ellas go' k Ci are pr leCir
We wis th it il.iiiioct 1 unileriiti..i thiat r
~tchee art- the 'rrcr hest. with. ai the hait
l~yra m~enil. avid ibat they, are in jerf ic
order, and if ani, sute .14w not jiertirin wcii
will ext"lsas(,"e it. o.r re ii tlie onsey.
Ph-raise -twe that yiois neae- this ini tbe M. i e'.
HOWARD & CO.,
'eaelers and Iilvrrn~il s.i
619 Broadway N. Y.
111i1.. I3'ick aii.it. thes 3lentiu~itaj~tui l
hl verv (,tip ' it'tinf Nsi York itii jul", t~"l
at our eatabli ,timent
In order that ail inav ailru.iii us j coted i 1-i,
we Isi rte atteiition t~ lihe tinllil tog:
llttjiee of WSelt, tarlti . Ci... I
-4 I~roid way Nett York, ( h t . i;.,1--.
's'e cin ch.eetii enemu.ns M l--r-. hliirara,. S
('. \,iblt 1ro.j~.luait%,,"cY~ri.t iT . r frieud.,
iii a ri ' b.h :lii I trust tilT'" "y t:" ii nih aii. irn ...
thait till ,irietii ~.iut thu .it i 'N l huta tu,:tl t a.!
' ln itIj attentioi .' i;t~11)AII1l5 tProe.
FniF Willii Irir..r &
I V." Ka. y ni t i L . :h-p ,in I : ii..,i"..
It t' hitiar.I t-'"l. St treil i
r 1. Itutler Iiq I1 Sl iii' ;auiirn
\' u I'o ihrt t;"1 % iiiu~ion 4 ily N."t e"
lIave ,l)ened their Ipla. e i f lhu: -
ness at the old stand otf Vivi,,'c.
B1III)(GE and \V ))1) STrl:EEF:rs
I hlens, J1. T. 'lThey ,iler
,le'1lers tlhe only co)mpl,lete'( %t,,ck ,t
this class of :)(,,l" e(v',r broub') t t,
this market. ( )nur stock 4,f
2OREIGN WINES AND LIQURS
Is as extensive as that f a)lr Job
bins' IHl,.i'.e in the States. Theri
.roodds have all been JlurchaiedL
from First Hlands upon the most
favorable terms, and will he otf;r
ed to dealers by the P'ackage ,:'
Purchasers are intormed that
this stock of goods is so exten-ive,
that their wants can be sup)!,lit'
for an indefinite period, without
making any change in the quality
of the articles that they may adoptl
for use Our stock of
Embraces a variety of brand,
well-known to the trade. Our
Consist of the celebrate'l brands of
Pinct, Castellon & Co., and Thos.
Hine & Co.,--of various ag,,es,
from 1856 to 1863. Our
Is fresh, and of Recent Imnportation
and is the old original brand of
IIEIDSICK & Co.
Our stock of German a:Il
French W\ines, includes
MAIRCOlilt INNE l1.
REDl AND WV11ITE I'UR(;I'NDI'IE'-,
And Clarets o t. various graide
We also have in store, and for s-ale
0 bhbls. Pittsburg Stock Ale.
Of Superior Quality.
All Sales ,tf Merchandise
1-. A. LIND)SLEY & ('0.
VIRGINIA CITY, IMONT.NA.
JAS. T. CLASBEY, Prop'r.
TrHIS HOUSI bas been re~eetly fitted up in a.
1 eleent style for the amemmodation of '~
publio, and I is the determtuatiom to keep a
FIRST CLASS HOTEL.
The table will be eurplied with all the market
a.ords. Every stieuti, will be pe'd to the c',m
test of goests The ervies of O. P. TliM" M
have bee. secered as Sewant ad Geseral SKlP
vtier, sad be will devote hs attentioe tbo t tan
o see that it s spplied with everything otusi
.OsJ WORU OP3 UVIURT DEStIPTIO
to Moly sad 1apeltey ezeeIa d at tbh