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AI. A. Lindsley & Co.
WIN E, AND
I:,.,' t"** . their pilace of busi
: I . : (" ', ,41 stand of Vivion's,
i;l1lit;H a:1,\1 VOOOI) STREETS
S,". 31. T. They offer to
t,,. ,inly comp'lete stock of
" ,"f .. t ,_ . 1 ever brought to
. rket t. () ur .tock of
LRaEIGN WINES AND LIQURS
t i. -. a- that of any Job
11.-, in the States. -These
. :ill lbeen purchased
S':-. I:lla i uii lOl the nmost
,. ' rmu, anad will be offier
Sº- i',\ the Package or
I' ..!.r- :are informed that
- .t ,,ot l- is so extensive,
r ..:. ts. t t 'an be su|,lplied
, i, itiii ite period, without
, . . ,h..:in e in the quality
S .. 1 -ti,.l:, that they l iV adV: 4ol, t
(- )in 'to 'k of
Boti rbon Whisk`,
1 varict y of brands
11 t,, this tradle. Our
- t ti c' lte~rat~ctl 1 rantb ot
.'L Co, ad hos.
*ý A ti.,-i4f vatrious 1Ttla
ý- 1 it' I ce·c'nt Imj)Qrtationu1
t-, toili i,ri'*iiuaI Ibrand of
IIV:I)`l)SIC'i at Co.
t ~ of (-'rnlnn and
X t , II IF. 11Ld U )1 '1
`(·~ !i ii \ auurious srades
-"ý 1 :º'< it III -til1e. an'l foºr sale"
.4 II.hl. E'iitrhar; ý.ocvk Ale.
( )'' ýýS1iý 4 1V r (Žlalit v.
M. A. .I\N1) LEY & (ifl.
N),. 3 Main St
0%~N P. FINK & CO.,
andl rral. dealer- in
(9 it - t c zn - 1I a d el
Gents' S Ladies'
Boys' S Misses'
\\' f: ha- :ust reneived cur first traiu. compris.
io al. and every variety of
Boot and S hoes.
also, a full asortment of
Lpper and (ole Leather,
and she-findiag. which we aler at
W'holesale Jobblng Prices,!
Boots made to order and reairing done.
NO. 63 MAIN STRE1T.
A FINE farm, four miles East of Misoula
Mills, on the road to Deer Lodge, nad
iying immediately on the great thoruutqfare
:'U.n Oregon to the
Tii, place is highly improvedl with a com
fortable frame house, one and one-balt sto
ries high. five rooms, stables, corarls aad all
the necessary outhouse.. A yomag and
thrifty orchard, irrigating ditches and plenty
f water to food theGelds at any seen. *
A b,. a field of sixty acre, an good
S'I' A 13I. IE
" the opposite aide of the river.
All of the above property will be sold in
no lot, at reasonablerates. FPr ers apply
W. B. S. IOGGINS, on premie,
w::tn or Wordeun Co., MN elaMill
-EN·ETLEMAN who suffere for yW9 &Of
Otl l "s k4f )qutbtL 1 jaijCvnti"uL. will, W tb
'Ax. ot uff.rInr humanity. aeod fre to &U who
01 . five r-c-tept a d;rectias -mw Lim the
Vc. uttiny by whirblebewwcýd. =rW
-ýiUln sto profrt by the advertim.t *upI~wbSS
bd a *teming. in par ammd"O.
JOHiN B. OODRN.
.4- 4, Coqtdr RL No W York
Diackibet CIty, e.18
POARD b the day or e., % mbWt ryq
su 1 pli- rih lt-* ren' fri. 0 W to OPQAOF
Smylers, Wingrt & iC.,
X7 E ar now prepared to ftarnisb a saperle
S quality of the following kinds of
enand at the
Eqnal in Tannagw. Filish and Durability to the
v.ry" best qua!ity of Easter tanned Leather.
FIRST QUALITY SOLE LEATHER, per lb. 58 ets
FINISHED CALF SKINS, per dozen, $80 to $1O10
do KIP do do $75 to 120
FAIR and COLORED SHEEP SKINS,
Per dozen, $16 te1 50
FINISHED UPPER, per Side, $6 to $6
Notice the reduction in price
) E I N G PRACTICAL TANNERS OUR
, ELVES, and determined that Montana shali
supply her own Leather, we are daily turning out
finished lea:ther ,f all classe, which for quality sad
Kept can'stantly on hand and cut to any desured
-ize to suit:customerv.
We have appointed the follow;ng persons as
Agents for the sale of stock. where manufactrers
and consumner art. respectfully solicited to call and
NICK MILLEN, [Gurney & Co. HELENA
W. P. ARMSTRONG, Wallace St. - VIRGINIA
' I YIERI:., 1VIX(;ER Td ' CO.
Mill Creek, M. T.
Feb 1. w lv
EX1CL USI IEL Y
BOOTS AND SHOES!
( -I tNEX1 & CG.,
WIIOL.E'.NALE d~ RE7AIL
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 34, Main Street,
HELENA, - - MONTANA,
At the PION of the
i luG-IG 1( )' j
N. B. Gurney & Cos. Boots sad Shoes are
Custom made and Warrated.
t18 ly NICK MILLEN.
To the Watchmakers
Have just received a complete stock of all
Embracig a inae smoertt of
GLASSES AND KEYS,
which ge ofer
ORlEAP TO THE TRAWIE
ordrsliawm r disselu re.e.vesems"
um 1rompt &at e .
Or sa 4..es.ie an ..s 8 Omi
elom so e,, nemeh en, abe ,, bn
as. Mi, I4 ?. .Ma.
geesese usal, WatmuM T a,~
A1 Main Street, - - Helena, Monta~a.
HERE'S YOUR STOVES!4
I3uck & Wright's
BRILTLANT AND PEERLESS
COOKINGV BTOVES !
Also, all patterns of
HEATING AND PARLOR STOVES
T NI --T RT7E _A
We have the best and largest stock in the'market.,
HARI~ D W A RE
In this line we have nothing but the best, and ask
FARMERS, MINERS AND MECHANICS!
to call and examine my extensive stock.
SOB W77 OR lt
done IN TIN, SHIIEET IRON AND COPPER, by
The Best of Workmr n,
All of which will be
Cheap for Cash.
ltanutact iirers of
Pofrlble ad Stlafla Si a ll
Steamn PuI p, Sa~- and Grist 1~ills,
and General Machinery,
On hand one GATES CRUSHER; two GARDNER CRUSHER
and one CORNISH CRUSHER; two
2.srese WWtster Wfeees,
One pair of Mill Burrs, one
FIVE STAMP MILL
fbr sale at low rates.
A good assortumns of Osm Belting, Bose, iGas Pipe and
Fixtres, Boiler Rloes, Sheet Copp 1 Sem sP1pR aid Force
pmp mChemsr Saws 6om 34 to SMaelms, withm, d wihokt inserted
teeth; att Tire Shrinkers, Jack Serews, Shoes, Dies, Oes, he, kept
conastatly on hand.
OwNERS OFr Ta T Tarr o ANrflI
Boots and Shoes,
Money adva.ned on merchandise, and goods stored
in a rs-proof warehouse.
w124' KING & GILLETT.
One-eighth of a mile south of Sun River cross
lug, and four miles east of
FORT SHAW, M. T.
C. A. B ULL & CO., Proprietors.
NOW open for guests, and fitted up in first class
style. A No. 1, twostory house entirely new.
fitted up with oor'modious, finely finished and
furnished bed rooms, and
spread with the best the market affords. Every
attention shown to our guests.
GIVE US A CALL.
We promise you good meals, clean beds, good
usage and moderate bills at the
Goon STABLE AND CORRAl.
Feed, 8tabling and Good Grooinlim,
"I I[E . PUBL1C'!
WE GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION
FURlLVISHING STOR E
Conmmeted with the above Establishment.
Frrighters, Travellers and Residents supplied
Provisions, Milk. Butter and all kmds of pro
duce kept constantly on hand. I short we pur
pos. to make the NATIONAL HOTL,
Headquarters for Everybody,
And respectfully solicit Public patronage.
Qive Us a Call!
GURN1El & CO.'S
Boots andh oes
WHOLESALE and RETAIL,
Waflaee Uraet, Vlthalla CISy, 'J T.
aegwl1y D. H. WEBTON.
P. W. GATES & CO.,
-terew TSi hf111 -
Aa.*vary dmV.dpds .in
Rining Machinery I
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.e ldV h mm tml t..l, .rlenm Mn. T
Farm For Sale.
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OTICE la hrbwy gives tsst the NO0R=
, AMf MlCAN GOLD AND SILVER MINING
tder thelawnofth e t of a ow YoTr, ofVN
this day, through tbeir slrtsd agent Willard
Bradway, of Meagher Co , M. T., made application
Lode, ad a Mill-sit. for the sarm situmte upo
eurveyed ads In Belt Mountin Mining
tri. egmer eany M. T, and deserbed as
Beginaing at a stake, where copies of diagram
and notioe are poted, whence Initial Point for
said District beers N 68 deg 30 mai E, distant
!199 feet an rnnning themse posallel with appa
rent general eorse o! lode, 8 . dog E 300 fSet;
thence b 85 deg W 100 eet thence N 5 dog W
1400 feet; thence N 85 dog E 100 feet; thence S 3
dog E 1100 fe. to pLae. of beginning-ineloding
claim No. 1 South. Discovefy claim, and claims
Nas. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 North on aid lode.
Also, beginning at a poet whence 8 E erner of
above survey beamr N 6 deg W 400 feet distant
and running thence 8 5 deg E 400 feet; thence 8
5 deog W 100 feet; theone N 5 deg W 400 feet,
thence N 85 deg E 1000 feet to place of beginning.
including claims No. 4 sad 5 South on said lode.
Also, a Mill-site of 10 ares for said lode, be
ginning at a post where oopies of diagram and
notice are posted, whence 8 E ornerof Lot No.
44 (Dexter Lode) bear N I dog 15 msi W, 417
feet distant, and running thence 8 680 feet; thence
W 660 feet; thence N 580 feet; thence e 660 feet to
place of beginning. Thee are no known claim
ants adjoining the above described property.
The total area of land elaimed with lode and
Mill-site is 14 13-100 aces; and the same is more
fully described by the diagram and notioe filed in
this oftloe, andptosted upon said lode and mill-site
as above mentioned. O. B. O BANNON,
Case No. 42.
Supreme Court of the Territory of Montana.- It,
In the matter of Ellis and Brothers,-Bankrupts.
Territory and District of Montana, s:
TrUI8 is to give Notice that on the 4th day ,
- January A. D. 1689, a warrant in BDekruptcy
was issued out of the bapreme Court of the Terri
tory of Montana, against the Estates of Ellis and
Brothers, a co-partnership composed of James M.
Ellis, of Helena. in the county of Lewis and
Olarke, and Territory of Mootana; Bennet Ellis.
of the City of 8an Francisco. in the State of Cali
fornia, and Nathan Ellis of Great Sal. Lake City,
in the Territory of Utah, who have been adjudged
Bankrupts. on the petition of the said Jamnes M.
Lllis; That the payment of any debts, and the
delivery of any property belonging to such Bank
rupts, to them, or for their use, and the transfer of
any property by said Bankrupts, are forbidden by
lar; and that the meeting of the Creditors of said
Bankrapts, to prove their debts, and to choose
one or more amignees of their estates, (which was
on the 4th day of January A. D. 1869, ordered to
be held on the 6th day of F"brnary A. D. 1869,)
has been adjourned, by the order of Theo. Muffly.
Register in Bankruptcy for said Distriot, until the
12th day of March A. D. 1869. at 10 o'clock A. M.,
at the U. S. Court Room, in the City of Virginia.
County of Madison and Territory of Montana,
before said Register, when and where, at a Cour:
of Bankruptcy, then and there to be holden, the
first meeting of Creditors of the said Bankrupts.
toprove their debts and to choose one or more
assignees of their estates will be held, and all par
ties in interest under the said Bankruptcy may
Dated at Virginia City, in maid Territory, on this
6th day of February, A. D. 1869.
U: 8. Marshal (as Messenger) for said T't'y.
Davis Tboroghman & Iloemer, and Woolfolk &
Toole solicitors for Petitioners. Fellwtf
Territory of Montana. County of Lewis and
Clarke-In Justice's Court before A. J. Edward.
Justice of the Peace.
George Montgomery, Plaintiff, against John Carr
In the name and by the authority of the Territory
of Montana-To the above named Defendant
Y'OU are hereby Summoned to be and appear
I before me, A. J Edwards, Justice of the
Peace in and for said County of Lewis and Clarke.
at my olee in Helena. on Wednesday, the 10th
day of March A. D. 1869, at 10 o'clock A. M.. of
said day, then and there to mike answer to the
oomplalit of George Mostgomery, the above
named Plaintiff in a civil action, to recover the
sum of Fifty-eight dollars, and in default thereo
judgment will be remired against you John Carr.
the above named defendant, for the said sum of
Fifty-eight dollars and costs of suit in his behalf
Given under my hand this 10th day of February
1869. A. J. EDWARDS.
Febllw4t Justice of the Peace.
NOTICE TO SET TLERS.
UNITED STATES LAND OFF1.R,
HItaLA. M. T. Dec. 14th. 1868. )
NOTICE is hereby given that the following de
scribed Township Plats have been filed in
this offe, and lands therein will be open for entry
under the Homestead and Pre-omption laws from
and after the 15th day of Deoember. A. D. 18t8;
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 described Townships are re
turned by the Surveyor General as " Mineral
Leads." Settlers upon lands in the aforesaid
Townships are hereby notited to ile their Declar
atery Statements aad Homestela Appliontions at
at this ofoe, within three mouths from the 15th
day of December. A. D. 1P68; otherwise their
rights will be forfeited. O. B. O'BANNON.
NOTICE TO MINERS.
U. 8. LAND OFFICE.
Helena. M. T., Jam. I9 1869. $
H ORATIO N. FREEMAN, having this day
made applteatieo to show that the South halt
of the North Wet qarter of section No, twenty
six. is Towsbip No. Nine (9) North of Range No.
three (3) Wtst. is nos-mlueral land. all parties
having olaims thereto. are hereby notihed to ap
par at this omSe at 10 o'olock A. M., oe Tuesday
theithb day of Februry. A. D. 186, to contest
FRANCIS M. DURFErS, i also hereby notified
to appear at the semo timeaad plnes to contest the
tht of the said Freeman, to the abeve deseribed
"ran O. B. O'DANNON.
TOSUPW IaIAND, the Fremoh Basrer at Dis
s ad iy, prepared s rses te e ir to the
ba ed l.give snemity thast* heir will grow
a all is.o l beauty and lstrs or so charge
wil made, previdlag esemars will ie seeu
rey ot thewrte k wiL hto pd Ar If th bhair it
nmssed. Mr P. will give searity tom lnay to
two theusead dollars, asecedig to tih ease, that
the hair will be r.st.d to at its uatural tlaxrian.
cy, and t rsto e weald enly ask aseemsity tast he
sems ba pay t e job ts estishesury. All kistade
d weest l at 0 o the ttd will be doe in a
mier ewnareaSt the amAe Astis betiln.
1 I did aot wish to pblsh may besieas to
tes i car l had s or evideme that I
eeoemplihat .I elam Hvrig dome
Sl some eztreme as I am saew ready to
*oed oI bsiu a"ed woId ask the dood t_ ,
bver ae with a eal. ast doar to te What s eer
Meta. JOSEPH INIAND
Dimomnd City, T1. April i9 wly
U. . LAND FIOag TAA DISTRICT I
else, 7.L T., JT . PB, ae16. f
A dbo.Je s P l.e have ts day been
seunep n. anes weasse so. eom soa
_is wmm u. N , ro Umb US. twe bat s
lwealp Ias. M rQ left- or Ow asst
h aps. onoS m oteinp . s ier ass.
-3.. *W uwr p mrlcIU y Tws But
5p gst n. etde. Town
_ _ t 3.etorazery
9r ma -e U- M et Appliae
mat b et se, utai ob*e amees h.em this
ii. ewthrelse their rights wll ESihed.
.Jd eo Atw. q m.wer.