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i :l',,il. I lh. ,,lunteer had been
i t tr ,in a ri .htb ,ring cof-,e hou-e.
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. - r. r . tirl Iv whlch two ladie.s
:.. ,; ir-i were killed. A meeting
,:, ir- .of volunteer± wa: held to
. u...I ,ulce wei., pre,-nt. 11e zýiad
-1 I!, rec"-t occurrences, and wa~
- t ..t ;ill ioluuteer., excepting those
1. -itul i 'r.eafter remiin in their
I: I 'l c ,me out when signal guns
S.. I. ,r at thl. command of the chief
In thl i.,i-tiime, till the arrival of
.,l recular troops from the Spanish
l.: t.. -,.llrS from the ..panirh reseels
: .li u:,r are to perform patrol duty.
. .ý:" t.'w It.tr lling the rtreetU outide
S,:-.1, t .i~ilo have been suspended
- r c .incu n.lmnt of the disturbances
t . : t ,iur:te'rs. but the people are now
Sr..-ve. ani the feeling of security
- i:': -roc t; er.
1t J i, '~.-l1 p. m.-All quarters
.,. lll and outside the wals, is
- thin.i ha.- occurred to-night to
-i Ili tranquility. The killing
: . ei.itr is the general coaversa
- kd upon as a cowardly as
1..at Bork Salllor)' Strike.
.-- rk. Jan. 25.-The sailors of every
t . -truck for thirty dollar· per
' ..i..larcbed in procession to Frainlt
.,,. ` u.: wi.er.e speech ar made acd it
oa- : e-o~a that no sailor thould leave port
1 .e pay than $30 per month. proulis
._h treatmtnt to thloe wbodid so
e.ru nta on the Alabanma Treat.y.
'I r ) J.tui.-The Tribune's a.h -
1.- tL.- '1he - lolluwing: " General
. I .e, to the Ienuding Alabama
:, l,, It louwing is hbu position,
w:.t- , itw ords : 1he treaty i nan
t.. l l.it-l States,. because it assumes
. . t it.jury inflicted upon this
I t1: ne.,tv .alue of the sihips ac
-tr.vyet,. waereas the chef damage
r , ..r.-. was in tur ships being
t: ... -s by the Anglo-Rebel pi
1 .,. :: : t , this, the sympathy ex
t: :.r.t:ish Governmeat to the
:c .i th- war at least a year. For
. t a.d mn,.ey expended fur this
...i - :irctly responsible. The
'.to settle all these ihingI by
S"iu.,.t of the paltry value of a few
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S- -iz:Lar paragraph. It ma. tbat tI
r :.t, Irlcathe h LRverdy Johnaeo is to
.+C;.,-+ at to ery dirtant day, sad that
tP. *tir.t ,ueatioi will be re-opes- as
'.titrly difl-rent basis under the sew Adai
Tlortel the bll repealing the Tenure of OMce
act. with amendments, leaving the Cabinet
metmhtr- sultjict to removal at the will of the
_'rl-i.lert luring a recess of the Senate. and
authorizing him to suspen.d all other civil of
ticeri lurinr -uct rec"., without slecific evi
,on,-e tlo lu-tify the eugpen-ion.
>tew.krt, from Judiciary Commit*.e. re
portl I aIain-t allowing Joshua Hal;. ý--ator
l-,-t from ..eorgia, to take his seat. Irum
bull pre.rnted the minority report, dissenting.
ioth o)rlere'. printed.
Morton mnov*.e to take up the House bill
fr the relief of Mrs McKoskin, postponed
at the last iession. A discusoion ensued until
the expiration of tbh morning hour; several
~enators contending that an indefinite post
ponemer.t was equivalent to a rejection.
The bill relating to the central branch of
the 1'. P. R. R. was taken up.
Sherman moved to postpone and take up
his financial bill.
Howard opposed the motion, and urged the
frinnds of the branch bill to keep it before the
'herman's motion lst, 21 to 30. Central
branch bill was discussed until adjournment.
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Washiniton, Jan. 2Z.-House.-Several
bills were introduced. including two railroad
Ho,linson off-red a reolution declaring the
American people do not approve the ratifca
timn of the Alabama treaty nor any other
treaty with England while American citise.s
are held in prison in Great Britain for acts
uili>r thl American flag.
J.unck- oilral a resolution to pay the Ar
kan-a. uinemlbers for the lull term of the 40th
C' , r-..
Wa-'hl,urne movel to lay the resolution on
the t:lh,-. Lo.-t. 79 to SS. Resolution re
forr.l t,, Committee on Reconstruction.
The House resunmed consideration of the
bill granting the right of way to the Denver
Logan addressed hie lHouse in opposition
to the bill.
Wihdom and Sc! enck spoke in favor of
the bill. The latter said, in reply to the
statement by Logan, that even if it was
again-t the wish of the President elect he
houll ~,te according to his own judgment
and 'en'se f duty; un, eterred by any such in
ti l li!lon.
Logan di.-claimwed having stated that Gen.
Grant hal expressed any opinion on the pro
lligby ant *) Neil spoke in favor of the
Cot,,lo clo-eul the debate in its favor, and
iilloed thA priivious question on its passage.
Wahbturiie moved to table the bill, and
Inoved a call of the louse. HIe wanted all
the niowub.rs to bt present and show their
The. c:,ll of the House v-as not ordered.
'I,. IHu-.. rf tu-sl to table the bill by yeas
5. nay. 'tJ. . The house refused to second
thl.. Iýeýiu qinuestion, anl the bill was re
firri i to the Cintuittea on Public Lands.
After other unimportan" business the llouse
:ij ,;urne l.
Waohiiizton. Jan. L'_ l.-S-nate.--Sherwan
,:ai1, tit. Ct', Iiiitt.- on Finance directed hila
t" r~lport a Trloiutioig jroviding for th~e up
1ointfltnnt. at IClIC i-iflPinn of next session
of a j *int-c" mrntitt'. if tIeP S nator and
tite R E.-'tr.,etiuvi' a1 , with lea~-' to sit during
tfli rrc-:' of the 1'orty-First CXngret t,) es
iiu.mt, :iii rip rt uipn t t cx i. ,xi-l'ncy of rr
rIa!:iv th*" cii i! s,-rvice in the s Mviral lie.
pairtneint, of the (tillPrnmnnr. tip pxamina
i y-n xt-rt,.Iin.r to the clerical force Wecer-ary
tor -,cu LDjirtut-i.-t. rites ol Couimiji eatioii.
Oili -u, .. zui. s .to. r'."val:lti, a otr- neCas
, irv ti IreCr se the l tciuir.cv - f !th. rr
\.ICi. 'e:olution adopted.
yI,>rri troii t tic." Counittee on Ajpropr
at...icj.Irt.l lick thelii i i Pl
tin I It with imi-vdii -tintz. r.-iucin, the ai
vu' ".'ti -n :.-r intlrl 1c"nonynev- from t-'n
Iroin t. r t -en to tfi- i lljtiLi- ; the mu
it re ic i-i iii ..I jl:.Jlriait on hill, with 'light
l2cll ýi introduced a bill to ail the con
structli~i of th" Pacific Lransit Railway anid
r->:Nzr.1l ' f r'uti N e% 1; I lp:1 to rime point
,,t the I, tira i i-. in the directIoU ot San
llt: . ,"n the Pacific. Referred to the Con-
vii rt on l'acitjc- Hai loaii=. It prjo5nPs to
1i iiai tcC thie 1vl:llit o! inotreet (on bonds
of the Conlaiv( to the aimount of $20,110Il
i,-"r vulle .l elo allows I~raili linen to coininCt
gulf of MI.'sco, iiiI grants eight
-"cii :.- ot i.ubiic Ionlu Icr mile. tither
.iailro:aii tilia were dj-cu-fld without action.
1"i r:.-Th. Speikr Irerrented a petition
fr.,.n Mr-. Ahrahai Lincoln for .a ponston.
irt-efrr-e to Committee on 1'en.e-on.
IXEenh.m, fromn the Committee on Pension.,
ri•,rIei a li!i r.lIatin: to the operations of
the peiie-n law It lpraoviIes. that no pen-ion
I la: ll a aidow not a re-i.ient of the IUnited
-tate. when -he has lived separate and apart
from her husband tor five year. immediately
),rec lida, hip death, without receiling any
'Warhbutiie mhoved to go Into committee of
the whol- on the Legi-lative Appropriation
I ill. Negatived.
Lynch made a speech for hiL bill to provide
for a general reoumption of specie payments.
After other epeeche . on the aamne sublject, the
Wa-hirgton, Jan. 27.-.S ArATz.-IIowe, to
the gre'.t amusement of the Senators, pre
Ient.d a memorial, pra) ing the appointment
oi a competent phrenologist to examine the
heads of a·l candidates for Internal Revenue
appointments, to the end that Government
-hall no longer suffer from fasuds, now so
prevalent In that department. Referred to
Committee on Retrenchment.
Chandler Introduced a ball to prevent the
collection of illegal imposts under the color
of jtat. authority. lReferred.
Henoderson antroluced a bill to enable the
Cherokee. Chocktaw and Chickasaw Indians
to become citizens. Referred to Judiciary
Morgan introduced a bill designating the
plac¢ ot confinement of persons convicted of
offences against the laws of the U. S. Re
The expiration of the morning hour
brought up the bill relating to the central
branch of the U. P. R. R.
Sherman moved to postpone and take up
has bill in relation to the public debt anad
the currency. Motion carried, 32 to 26.
Davis moved to recommit the bill and in
stract the Committee to report aoother bill
Sbherman addressed the Senate upon the
3lcCrely followed in a long speech, in
which he discussel, humurouly, Senator Mor
ton's -peech on fiuancie and the Presideut's
recommendations on that su'uject, ana the re
ports of the Secretary of the Trensuy. On'
motion of Morton, the bill was thbea post
puned and the Central Branch ball taken ap.
Pending the ameadmeit, being' Conklig 's,
offered yesterday, Patterson offered a proviso
declaring the sukady should not exceed
twelve millions. Lost, 25 to 27. Several
other amendments were offered and los. The
bill was then read a third time and rejected,
24 to 17.
Morton morle again to take up the 0.r"
Cook lihg moved for an executive sesaoe,
and Camerom to adjoarn. The latter motion
IHouse.-Consideration rmesed of Lyach's
bill to provide for resamption of spece py
Schoeld addressed the Hone a the mo
Ston of Sch.,ek and agreal to ,holtg s
sions for geeral debate.
WashMbuee the Me+i se eads to
S*to teicn heq W.MtI
The Speaker recapituLated the busissu be-l
fore the House.
After discussion. a motion to recom
mit the rpecie resumption bill to the Come
mittee on Banking, was carried.
The constitutional amendment and a bill
-elating to safrage were postponed until!
after the morning hour, with the substitutes
offered by Bingham and others.
Bingham's substitde provides that no State'
shall make or enforce any law which shall
abridge or deny to any citizen of the United
States of sound mind and over 21 years of age,
the usual exercise of the electiye franchise at
all elections for the State wherein they shall
have actually resided for the period of one
year next preceding such election; except
sucs said citisens as shall hereafter engage
in rebellion or insurrection, or who may have
been or shall be duly convicted of treason or
other crime of the grade of felony in com
imon law. The substitute of Shellabarger is
nearly in similar terms to that of Bingharn's,
except that Shellabarger's permit the dis
franchasement of those who have been eng'ag
ed in rebellion, while Bingham only permits
the disfranchisement of those who may here
after engage in rebellion.
The substitute of Wand, lake that of Shel
leborger's, applies to those who have been en
gaged in rebellion, and restricts :tastes from
fixing the terms of residence required for
voters, to longer than one year.
The House took up as the business of the
morning hour, the bill reported yesterday,
relating to the operations of the Pension
L~w. The second sectaon of the bill, which
directs the withdrawal of pensions from fe
male pensioners who are living a life of pros
titution or concubinage, received much oppo
Washington, Jan. 25.--A number of re
tired officers of the Army, by direction of the
President, are relieved from present assign
ments and-allowed to proceed to their homes.
The list includes Maj. Gens.Ricketts, Long
and Johnson. Brig. G ers. Ripley and Robt.
Anderson and a number of Colonels and Bre
Paris, Jan. .5.-It is rumored that the
cities of Seville and Cades have proclaimed
in favor of the Duke of Montpensier for
King of Spain.
New York, Jan. 26.-The Lawrence, Mass., I
American, (General Bank's district,) of the
23d inst., referring to the controversy about_
General Banks having been ordered to super
cede General Grant, says: "We happen per
sonally to know that the official autographic
orders are now in the hands of General Grant.
Chicago, Jan. 26.-The Journal's special
says the caucus of Republican Senators this,
morning decided to confirm no more appoint
ments this seeston, except in cases where a
vacancy actually exists.
Washington, Jan. 26.-It is rumored the
citizens of Washington, without respect to
party, intend to have an inauguration ball.
The Supreme Court of the District, in obe
drence to an order of the Supreme Court of
the U. S., has rescinded the order debarring
Bradley from practice in the Court, but makes
a new rule that no one suspended in any
Court of the District shall practice in one of
the branches of the supremne Court of the,
District, thus practically leavlng Bradley in
Edward D. Neal of Minnesota, has been
nominated for Commissioner of Education in
place of D. Barnard.
Alvah Blaisdell was yesterday sentenced to
three years imprisonment for defrauding the'
revenue, and will to-in -rr',w be brought uor
again for trial on a charge of subornation
The War Dl.partment has received dispatch
e. from ,ien. Sheridan. detailing the recent
operations against the Indians. Alsoa letter
irom Gen. Hazen declaring that Bla'k Ket
t,.'.. hand were on a warlike exjllit-tin when
::tacked by Custar.
Thl Maryland delegation called in a body
on the Pre.sident this afternoon to all their
,c"- to the Petltion for the
parlor of Dr. Mudd. The President
iave them encouragement that Mudd and
other l,,ht ical prisoners would be pardoned
before t,.r 4th of March.
Gtneral Hancock wa- I efrr the Military
Committee of the HIouse, :uid questionel
c.ncernmin the army bill.
New Yo;k. Jan. 2.t.--Tho,. Mc;ibbon., an
.:CAt.Ll cnvict .-u-pectc l o complicity in
the $o;,ers murder, was arrested in Patterson,
New Jaer-,y, ye.terdav.
Augu-ta. Gta., .lan. 2".-Ex-4Gov. l'ickens
di.l at t,-etieldi,. S. C . to-day.
Hlartt. ri. Jan. 27.-The lDemocratic Cun
vention i. well atten.lel at New London. S.
M. Waller presidei, and made a stronge peech
in favor ot paying the bonds la gold. lie
slui.tions were adopted iagnoring the Tam
In110y lahttdrm. atdl t!.he oil ticket nomina
Trenton. Jan. 27.-'he legislature in joint
-ec.ioi to-day declared John P. Stockton
electei Senator, and elected Win. P. McMi
Lchel State Treasurer.
Albany, Jan. 23.-The Uunderground rail
road bill for New York city was introduced
in the Senate to-day. A bill abolishing the
death penalty was also introduced in the As
\Wilmington. Del., Jan. 27.-The State
Legi-lature adopted the joint resolution
grantiLg the authority of the State for land
in- ocean telegraph cables on its shoree,;lleg
ing that the coast of Deleware is peculiarly
lavorable for landing the French cable, and
..ppointing commiaeioners to confer with the
company forming that enterprise.
Albany. Jan. 27.-The State Workingmen's
Assembly met here to-lay. The annual re
port chow, them in a healthy condition. The
eight hour law is to be one of the subjects of
New York, Jan. 27.-A Caracas, Venesuela,
letter of Dec. Ilth, states that Mr. Talmadge,
American, in the convention for the settle
,.eant of American claims, has been aecused
of frand. The government, it is announced,'
will immediately demand the abrogation of,
the treaty. Mr. Talmadge is fully able to
disprove any imputatlons against him. The
.whole trouble seems o- have bees induced by
a wish to avoid paying the heavy installments
already accrued against Venesuela by the
Neil Mr.Gowan. one of the seamen on a
strike, while in a di:lsute yesterday with Mc-:
Carty. a sailor boardang house runner, knock
ed him down and shot him. Lat-McCarty
is arrested. "
Chicago, Jan. 27.-A fire at .\o. 51, State'
street, occupied by Childs Bros. as an auction,
an commiation house, and other firms. was des
tro ed. Property value, $.0,000.
The Tribune's special asys that Semators
Stewart, Canners and Nye yesterday attempt
ed to prevent the considerata on of Mr. Gor
haim's claim. It -ays these Senators wret to
the Land Office and attempted to have the
whole tract in dispute made over to the min
ing company whose counsel they appear to be,
in the Senate.
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Americans lately arrived from Denmark
think St. Thomas could have been purchased
for less than Swarl offered. An American
named Hauser has alredy filed a claim of
half a million against Denmark, in view of
the poible purchase of it. Thomas. Hau
ser had Mtered into a contract to construct a
S.anal acrss the Isthmus of Holstein. After
i e years pparation his rights were disre
garded by Demark.
Montreal, Jan. 26.-The English press
strongly protet agranst the Qaebec Legisla
taroe ging frem ranis of land to 10,00
French Cadians who want to retars to
Canada from the Lnited Stas.
The Beak of Montreal rported to have
ust $00,000, from leading meoay to New
York speealators who became hMnkrapt by
the recemt cornmr is rite so ms.
The Leadon Times mys if the kess of Mc
Uleek, Wetls sad Wabterb , on ISm-.a
Sdaim, e aet the U. L bewds Milbe
*o a f .eting with dase *I Mirea b
Q g. n- ,W Joa. M.-Te Sabine
Pte is a ckrw deime the epw hat
have bien lmUidvely circlatd, that Tur
key is heavily arming. The Sultan con
dently ea ts peace as the result of the
neaarkable Came of Trance.
Chicago, Jas. 26.-A singular case of
trance as reported in Burlingtou, Wisconsin.
A young girl of fourteen years of age told
her parents she was going to sleep. but they
must not bury her, for sie should not be deed,
for nineteen days after she had been in this
state of trance in the coffin. No trace of
life is discoverable, but no signs of decay,
only a sinking away of the cheeks. The
case attracts much attention.
American killed in Cuba.
Havana, Jan. 26.-The United States Con
sul, yesterday, formally demanded of Uen.
Dulce the body of Samuel Colimer, the Ameri
can photographer killed by armed men be
longing to the volunteer force. le wished
to be informed whether the Government was
able to protect American citisens, and told
the Capt. General if he w's not. the United
States would be compelled to protect them.
Dulce announced has regret at the recent
bloodshed and expressed the hope that no
further trouble would occur. lie also re
Squests the consul to send a list of Americans
to the Government and authorised the body
of Colimer to be immediately delivered.
Iast night passed quietly.
The vote is oounted rod Orant has woo;
' he turmoil in Spain is well nigh done;
The earth don't rock on " the other slope.
And well settled is the Roman Pope:
But still they fight in unhappy Crete.
j And Lopez, too. seems hard to beat.
Way up at Selkirk a famine prevails
And the great railroad has snow covered rails,
The Fenians, tho' still, are far from quiet.
And roast beef agrees with R. Johnson's diet.
The New Year is ooming-the old nearly past
And the Novelty Store is still in full blast:
Selling paper on which no o'~e's ever wrote.
Bteng Cap. Legal, Bill, Letter and Note.
Selling late papers and good Magazines,
And fair Montona's finest penciled scenes.
Daily these thinks are sold, and many go forth
With Violins, Naus, Citron and Candy. ke.
Childhood's most Lappy day is now indleed
For Santa Clans' coming and he soon will appear
Coming down the chimney, instead of thro' the door
With big baskets tie.l on him, both back and before
So that his little old body is covered o'er and o'er,
With fine 'IT, a which he buys at the Novelty Store.
lie buy) do,:ls of all kindls. both little and large.
And Chins Tea Setts »t a moderate charge.
lie buys canunons, knives, masks, guns, pistols and
lMarbles ard bugles. drums, fires and ti tola boards;
lie buys stoves. piails, baskets, oxen a'ndi sheep.
And babe* in crailes all buried in sleep.
lie buys Toys and Gifts f-r all classes and trades,
;ifts tifr the old the young-matrons and maidsc
Fur husband asndi ire, brother, dauKhter and son.
But if we shoulld tell aoil. we'd never get done.
Then come, each one, to the fine Novelty Store,
And view sueb a stock as you ne'er saw befo.re.
Come then, come one! come all' both the young
and the old.
We'l: tak- ,,our r;r, ,,.h ck - ,,i jp r. but w ,u't re
And while selling gonads to the big. little and tall.
Wi:. wish a Jlerr3 Christuas to each and to all'
('.\sE No. 47.
r ills is to give N ,tive that on the 2lst day of
Jantaary A. D. 1ir0o a warrant in Bankruptcy
was issued against the estate .of )Don L Byam.
*f Virginia City. in the Conty of Madison and
Bankrupit. on his own pettion; That the payment
of any ,-t.r, and tH- deri!ivery ,f any property
belonging to -uch IHatkrupt. t., him. or for his use
and the transfer ."f any property by him are forbid
den by law and that a meeting of the Creditors
,of the said Bankrupt, tIo prove the:r deots, and :o
ehre, .,ne or mori as.igureee ot h:% estate, will be
hehl at a Court oft Iankrrptey. to be holden at the
I. Ciourt R.oim, in \ irgiTnia City, Moutaco be
fore Ther Mntily. ~e'1 . iegister on the 13h day
,.f March. A. l). li;:*. at 10 .rle,.:k A. Ml.
I M~ arb-h.l (as Melr"snger) fr the
Ja'_"' l'etriet of Montana Territ,.ry.
Case No. 46.
Till' i to give Notice that on the _)t:t ,L y of
Slanuary. A. 1). 1, ; a Warrant in Bankrupt:
cy was issued against the estate, of Thomas H.
McKiastry. of Cold Spring Ranch. in the County
of 1)-er Lt"ie . andl Territory of Montana; who
has been adijudge. a Bankrupt on his own petition;
that the payment of any debtsa and delivery of any
pr,.rlerty beleonging to stchle Bankrupt, to him, or
for his use, and the transfer of any property by
him are forbidden by law: that a mee:iog of the
creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their
debts. and to choose one or mtre Assignees of his
eat ete. will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy. to
*be I. :den at the U. S. Court Roorm. in Virginia
City. Mentaas; before Thou. Mufly. Ki... Reris
ter. -on the eth day of March A. D. lrid., at 10
ocucri A. M. NEIL HOWIE,
1". S. Marshal, (as Messenger.) fir the
JaM2 D,sit iet of .,ton ana 'I Crritory.
Case No. 44.
friNtll i. to give Notice that on the ldth day of
J Juaryu-. A. D. 1~et, a Warrant in Bankrupt
cy was issued against the estate of Moses W.
Goodall. of lHamilton, in the County of Uallatia,
and Territory of Montana, who has been adjudged
a Bankrupt on his own petition, that the payment
of any debes and delivery of any property be
lo.ging to such Bankrupt, to him. or for his use,
and the trasefr of any property by him are for
bidden by law, that a meeting of the creditors of
the said Bankrupt, to prove their debrts, and to
choose one more Assignees of his estate, will be
held at a Court of Bankruptcy. to be be h,,lden at
the C. 8. C.turt boom, in Virgimta City, Montana,
betore Theo. Mnufl. Fy1 , Register, on the 4th
day of March, A. D. 1. b9, at 10 o'eulck. A. M.
U. . Marshal, (as Messenger.) for the
Ja~e District of Montana Territory.
Case No. 45.
ItB Is to give N~ae thaton e 19th day of
SJamary AD. ND. ei, a Warrant ie Mankrupt.
ey was issued against the estate of Johk Herman,
of Viranla City. st the County of Madletm. and
STerrtory of Moeta,. who bee been adjudged a
Bankrupt on his own petition: that time paymeot
of any debts and delivery of any property belong
iJg to aee BaLnkrupt, to him, or for bhi use. and
the transfer of any proprty by him are forbidden
by law; that a meeting of the creditors of the said
Wkrnpts to prose their debts, and to eboose one
or more Assignees of his estate, will be held at a
Court of B.akrapt.y, to be holden at the LU. S.
Court Rooms in Virinia City, Montana, before
Theo. MuMy, Eaq., Register, on the 5th day of
Mair A. D. 18t, at :0 o'cloek A. M.
U. S. Marshal, (as Mee.asger,) for the
Jai Distrltt of Montana Territory.
A OG'ITLEMAN who esn n., fur years from
SNervous Debility, Prematare Decny, and all
Ste esects of youthful indlasto. will, for the
sa.ke t Ig hnmaalty, edl fIee to all who
mseed it, One sad dbreetus .erah the
S retomedy h- he was cre.uc I s,, m
A r v e t h e a dve1 e em p e r ler e *, ea s
o Iied Is sa persees eeades.
Jýia B. OGDBE,.
w.e-I NO. 42 Cedar s. sew York
J.s. emK. L 3. . pia
I No- 638 ain St
30o P. FINK & CO.,
and reta.u dealers li
Gents' S Ladies'
W E have just reeived our first train, compris.
in all and every variety of
Boot and Shoes.
also, a full assortment of
Upper and Sole Leather,
and shoe-findtng, which we offer at
Wholeale Jobbing Price !
Boots made to order and repairing done.
NO. 63 MAIN STREET.
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Warr Hiuey, Iraak Pal uer, C. L. Dabler
Salt Lake. I Denver. VIirgiia City.
WARREN HUSSEY & CO.
Centrar City,..... Colorado Ter.
HUSSEY, DAHLER & CO..
Balt Lake City, Utah,
Virgsila City amd Wele.ma,' PM. T
B ANK E RS,
AND DEALERS IN
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
San Francisco, Salt Lake,
Denver, 8t. Louis, New York,
OI All Part s larepe.
WCollections promptly attended to
Miners' Exchange Saloon
Formerly of the Lafayette Brewery.
Nert Door a ove the Crystal Palace, Main St.
THE Subscriber so:ioits frotm his ld frieds sad
customers aad the public fgenef ly a con
timousa of that Ubral pstronage with which he
was Ibvored a the etd stdd. promising then that
the -my always btati at )is new stablishmit,
the best eis, wma. bwr ad liquors of every
desrati es to be hu i the Trritary.
NOl.S-4d3o LO18 CLAREST.
NOTICE TO MINERS.
U. 8. LAND OFFICE,
Helena. M. T., Jam. 19, 1ti9. $
H ORATIO N. FREEMAN, having this day
I. made application to ebow that the South half
of the North West quarter of section No twenty
six. in Township No. Nine (9; North of Range No.
three (3) West. is non-mineral land. all parties
having claims thereto. are hereby notified to ap
pear at this offie at Io o'clock A. M.. on Tuesday
tihe24th day of Februry, A. D. I6iU9. to contest
FRANCIS M. DURFEE. is also hereby notified
to appear at the same time and ilace to contest the
tight of the said Freeman. to the above described
ract 0. I. (O'BANNON,
Ja2Ol lw30k4 Register.
Notice to Muiners.
U. S. LAND OFFICE,
Helena. M. T., Dec. 17, 168. .
hT ORATIO N. FREEMAN, baving this day
I I made application to show that the North half
iof the South West quarter of Section No. 26. in
Township No. nine, 9; North of RanKe No. three
3 West, is non-mineral land; all parties having
claims thereto are hereby notitled to appear at this
ofce at 10 o'clock A. M., on Tuesday the 19th day
of January A. D. 1869. to oontest the same.
FRANCIS M. DUKFEE, is also hereby notified
to appear at the same time and place to oontest the
right of the said Horatio 'N. Freeman. to the N W
* of the S W of said Section 26. T 9 N., K 3 W
I)24tf O. B. O'BANN) N. Register.
NOTICE TO SETTLERS.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. 1
HELENA. M. T. Dec. 14th. lr~. S
NOTICE is hereby given that the following de
icribed Township Plats have been filed i3
this office, and lands therein will be open for entry
under the Homestead and Pre-emption laws from
and after the 15th day of December. A. D. 18.,.
Township No. Nine, (9,) North of Range No.
Two, (2,) West.
Township No. Nine, (9,) North of Range No.
Three. (3,) West.
Both of the above deecribel Townships are re
turned by the Surveyor General as " Minersa
Lands.' Settlers upon land, in the aforesai,
Townships are hereby notified to file their Delar
atory Statements and Homestead Applications at
at this offioe, within three months from the 15th
day of December, A. D. 1P6i; otherwise their
rights will be forfeited. O. B. O' BANNON.
BELANGEiR & ALLEN,
SILVER BOW CITY,
DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA
GENERA L AMERCHANDISE
A well selected Stock of G;roceries.
Aiwayson haul. The oz.,y Pro.-'ect)r,
OUTFITTING HOUS E.
In Upper Deer Lodge Valley. Jal:dltwtf
Snyders, Wingert & Co.,
W.E are now prepared to furnish a super',
quality of the following kinds of
en and at the
Equal in Tannage. Fitish and Durability to the
very best quality of Faster tanned Leather.
FIRST QUALITY SOLE LEATHER, per lb. 58 cis
FINISHED CALF SKINS, per dozen, $60 to $11
do KIP do do $75 to It20
FAIR and COLORED SHEEP SKINS,
Per dozen, $16 tol7 50
FINISHED UPPER, per Side. $6 to $S
Notice the re.uction in price !
BE I N PRACTICAL TANNERS OUR
SELVES and determined that Mootaua shall
supply her own Leather. we are daily turning out
finisbed leather of all olaase which for quality and
Kept constantly on hand and cat to any desired
slaz to suit customers.
We have appointed the f.llowing persons as
Agents l the sal of stock. where mauaheturers
sad eomsumers are respectfully solicited to call and
NICK MILLER, .Gurney & Co.] - HELEUA
W. P. ARMSTRONG, Wallace St.. - VIRGINIA
SN Y}DERS, WINGER Tt CO.
Mill Creek, M. T.
Feb 1. wly
W IIREAS, may Wife Christia Martin hba
left ny bed anI board witbout ju*t caue
and pr Ovocatiou on the 13th of D»f-enaber 1-t>.
Therefore, I hereby war the prblic not to i.Arbor
or trust heron my account, as I will not sa:isfv
any debts oootreted by her. CHRIST. MARTIN
Beartown. Dee. 13. 1i86. wim
every variety and style netly executed a:
Office of the Montana Post.