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THE MONTANA POST. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19.
%A. Lindsley ^ Co. jSay^ers, ^Y insert ^ C^
Hum-opened their place of busi-^m it the ol^l stand of VivionV, ,
BRIDGEand WOOD STREETS^Helena, M. T. They offer to^deafen the only complete stock of^^ - , m ot it^hm1s ever brought to
tl;ismarket. Our stock of
FOREIGNWINES AND LIQURS lw
ITE Hr^- now prepared to furnmh a ^u|^erio
v quality of the following kinds of^I nud at tit*
yta extensive aa that of anv Job-
rHouse in the State*. These IH.I\ITJ. TAWKRY^have all been psri,.,ss.1 w1Lfiu lAllllBlal,
FromFirst Hands upon the most^brorabk terms, and will be offer-
,. i l _ L_ ^u_ \iIi Eqnml in Tanna*-. Finish mod Durability to the
altoilualrifl \^\ the Package or !v^rv ^^^22+ of Easter tanned Lather.
Pmchaaaw are informed that1^^tockof goods ta ao e\t^n^*i\^^, first quality sole leather, per ib. sucw^their wants can be supplied ^^^do^ ^up^ P^tJ0^*oz*n' V20^for an indefinite period, without F*iR ^-^^i colored sheep skins,
,.1 _ ^ ^ir,Per dozen, $16 toll 50
makingany change in the quality finished upper, per side.$6 to $9
ofthe articles that they may adopt^for u*^- Our stock of
Noticethe reduction in price!
Knihrarosa variety of brands^Mil I new a to the trade. Our
(. agist of the celebrated brands of' JS2^.1~sb*r,,f *^ clmM* which ** qu*^ty *^d
I'iiut. t'astellon ^^ Co., and Thos. (^Him- A ^'^^.,^of various ages,^^from I 354 to 1SG:5. Our^CHAMPAGNE WIXE,
UG esh, and of Recent Importati^ Ml^an-1 i- the old original brand of
HEID8ICKA Co.^Our stock of Oerman and^French Wines, includes
JOHNK T 1ST 1ST A
HERE'S YOUR STOVES!
HEI N O PRACTICAL, TANNERS OUR-^SKI.VES, and determined that Montana shall^^apply her own leather, we are daily turnmg oat
Keptconstantly en hand and cat to ai*y desired^oize to suit^rnstomer*.
MARO^ I^111 NN'KR,
REDand fHRI iii U'il XIiIKS,
AndClarets of various grades^We also have in ^tore, and for sale^M Mats. I^ilt^.l^ur- Slock Ale.
OfBtsperior Quality.^All Sales ^^\ .Merchandise
M.A. LINDSLEY ^ CO.
NT..^ ^a Main St^0*^ p- F,NK * Co.,
Wehave appointed the follow;ng persons as^A (rents for the sale of stock, where manufacturers^and consumers are respectfully solicited to call aud
NICKMILLtN, Gurney ^ Co.^W. p. ARMSTRONG, Wallace St
Buck Sc W right's
Also,all patterns of
HEATINGAND PARLOR STOVES
8EFDERS, WINQERT* Vtk^Proprietors,^PIONEER T.WXEBY,
MillCreek, HI. T.
anl retal^ dealers in
Cus t o m - 31 a ^l ^*
TI 3NT ^W -A- IFL IE
Wehave the best and largest stock in the]market. \
HA H. D ^VST ARE
Inthis line we have nothing but the best, and ask
FARMERS,MINERS AND MECHANICS!
tocall and examine my extensive stock.
J~O IB ~W^ O UFL j^L
doneIX TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER, by
TheBest of Workmen,^Cheap for Cash.
Allof which will be
Clothing,Knot- and Shoes,^Hardware,
Moneyadvanced on merchandise, and goods stored^In a fire- proof warehouse.^wi-24-KINO iL GILLETT.
One-eighthof a mile south of Sun River cross^^ing, and four miles east of
FORTSHAW, ^^ T.
NOWopen for guests, and fitted up in first class^style. A Mo. 1, two story house entirely new.^fitted up with commodious, finely finished and^furnished bed rooms, and
spreadwith the best the market affords. Every^attention shown to our guests.
GIVEUS A CALL.
Wepromise yon good meals, clean beds, good^usage and moderate bills at the
GoonStable and Corkau
Feed,Stabling and Good Vroomlng,
EXTR A CHARGE.
WEgive PARTICULAR ATTENTION^TO
mro c ml.
TK have just received our first train, corapris-^in all and every variety of
No.:m. Jlain Street,^iii:i.r\ \. - - MffTAIA,
Atthe 8ION of the
N.b. Garney A Co's. Routs and 8boes are^Custom made and Warranted.
IjiiiiTliiot urers of
BootandShoes.!To the Watchmakers
also,a full assortment of
Upperand Sole Leather,
andshoe-finding, which we offer at
Hholettale Jobbing Prie^'^ !
Bootsmade to onler and repairing done.
NO.ti l STREET.
AFINEfarm, four miles East of Missoula^Mills, on the rosd to Deer Lodge, and
lyingimmediately on the great thoruaftfare
fromOregon to the
MONTANA ^f I TV IOi-i.
JhUplace is highly improvrl with s com- '^Portable frame house, one and one-half sto- ,^nee high, five rooms, stables, corarls and all^the necessary outhouses. A young and^thrifty orchard, irrigating ditches and plenty^^^ water to flood the field.- at any sea^nn. ^|
Also,a field of sixty acres, ana good
flT A. BL i:
''n the opposite side of the river.
Allof the above property will be sold in^a^ lot, at reasonable rates. For terms spply^10 W. B.S. HIGGINS, on premises.
*3m or Worden A Co., MissonlaMill
AGENTLEMANwho aoflered far years frusa^Nervous Debilitv. Preeaature Decay, aad ail^^i^e eff^cu of youtaiul indiseretioc. wUl, far the^-ak* ol uffering humaaHv, eend free to ail who^*^** ^, the reee.pt aad directfea* .-or making the^*^fj^ remedy by which he wa. cure,'. Sufferers^'^^''aJuelL.Pr the advertsser-e eaperieaoe.caa
*i^... J^sb!^ogdsn*j4*j j'
*'mwM^.^ Cedar St Maw Terk
TA^Kl^r\IK\M^*^ 8oott. Proprietor,^It la. k l ooi CHy, Monuuia.
B^*V h7 ,WT ^* wwea. The table always
s liuiz A Biiiidy, No. 63 Its ml n street
Havejust received a complete stock of all^kinds of
Embracinga fine assortment of
whichwe offer^CHEAP TO THE TRADE!
Ordersfrom a distance will receive careful^and prompt attention.
Ofall descriptions will be done on the most^reasonable terms. Giving mj psrronal atten^^tion to this branch of the baatness, I shall he^able to give perfect satisfaction.
J.S. Glick.I. B. Maapin
PHYSICIANSand Surgeons. Ofllce, Main^Street, opposite Wells, Fargo A Co.'s ex^^press ofllce, ap stain, Helena M. T. spSfl-3m
tt^r^ain PumpM, Saw and d-i-ist: M-ills,^MttOJT ./^^'/^ It it. ^SS ^:*MSTMJ\*^j}Sy
Onhand one GATES CRUSHER; two GARDXEU CRUSHER^and one CORNISH CRUSHER^ two
Onepair of Mill Burn*, one
forsale at low rate*.
Agood assortment of Gum Belting, Hose, Packing, Gas Pipe and^Fixtures, Boiler Flues, Sheet Copper, Steam Pumps, Lifting ana Force^Pumps, Circular Saws from 24 to 5^i incbss, with and without inserted^teeth; Patent Tire Shrinkei -.. J;k 'k Screws, Shf^es, Dies, Cams. ^fcc., kept^constantly ^^n hand.
AGENERAL^F URNISHIXG STO R K
Conneotedwith the above Establishment.^Frrighters, Travellers and Residents supplied^with
Provisions,Milk. Butter and all kinds of pro^^duce kept constantly on hand. In short we pur^^pose to make the NATIONAL HOTHE
Andrespectfully solicit Public patronage.
Givel a a Call!
C-s. Iaakv Ornc*. t
Heln*a. M. T., Nov. 26, IPS*. 5^TOTICE is hereby given that the ' NORTH^AMERICAN GOLD AND SILVER MINING^COMPANY OP MONTANA,- incorporated^under the laws of the State of New York, have^thisdav, through their authorised agent Willard^Bradway. of Meagher Co , M. I., made application^for patent under aet of Congress approved July^26. lSSft. for 1*00 linear feet on the Western Star^Lode, and a Mill-site for the same, situate upon^unsurveyed lands In Belt Mountain Mining Dis^^trict. Meagher county M. T, and deearibed as^follows:
Beginningat a stake, where copies of diagram^and notice are posted, whence Initial Point for^said District bears N 68 deg 30 min E, distant^! lt^9 feet and running thence parallel with appa^^rent general course of lode, S ft deg E 300 feet:^tbenoe S 85 deg W lOO feet; thence N 5 deg W^1400 feet; tbenoe N 85 deg E 100 feet: thence S I^deg E 1100 fee* to place of beginning^including^claim No. 1 South. Discovery claim, and claims^Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 North on said lode-
Also,beginning at a post whence 8 E corner ot^above survey bears N 5 deg W 400 feet distant^and running thence S 5 deg K 400 feet ; thence S^85 deg W 100 feet; tbenoe N 5 deg W 400 feet,^thence N 85 deg E 100 feet to place of beginning,^including claims No. 4 and 5 South on said lode.
Also,a Mill site of 10 acres for said lode, be^^ginning at a post where copies of diagram and^notice are posted, whence 8 E corner of Lot No.^44 (Dexter Lode.) bears N I deg 15 min W, 47^^feet distent, and running tbenoe 8 660 feet; thence^W 660 feet; thence N 660 feet; thence K 660 feet to^place of beginning. There are no known claim^^ants adjoining the above described property.
Thetotal area of land claimed with lode and^Mill-eite i. 14 13-100 acres; and the same is more^fully described by the diagram and notice filed in^this office, and-posted upon said lode and mill-site^as above mentioned.O. B. O BANNON.
CaseNo. 42.^Supreme Court of the Territory of Montana-- In
Bankruptcy.In the matter of Ellis and Brothers,^Bankrupt.-.
Territoryand District of Montana, ss:
TI11Sis to give Notice that on the 4th day n^January A. D. 1W9, a warrant in Bankruptcy^was issued out of the .-apreme Court of tbe Terri^^tory of Montana, against the Estates of Ellis and^Brothers, a co-partuership compoeed of James M.^Ellis, of Helena, in the county of Lewis and^Clarke, and Territory of Montana: Bennet Ellis,^of the City of San Francisco, in the State of Cali^^fornia, and Nathan Eli in of Great Salt Lake City,^in the Territory of Utah, who have been adjudged^Bankrupts, on the petition of the said James M.^Ellis; That tbe payment of any debts, and tin^delivery of any property belonging to such Bank^rupts, to them, or for their use, and the transfer ot^any property by said Bankrupts, are forbidden by^^law; and that the meeting of^ the Creditors of said^Bankrupts, to prove their debts, and to choose^one or more assignees of their estates, (which was^on the 4th day of Januarv A. I). It*69, ordered to^be held on the ^th day ot F-bruarv A. I^. 1-'. '^has been adjourned, by tbe order of Tbeo. MutHy.^Register in Bankruptcy for said District, until the^12th day of March A. D. I860, 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 four^of Bankruptcy, then and there to be holden, the^first meeting of Creditors of tbe said Bankrupts^to prove 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^attend
Datedat Virginia City, in said Territory, on thin^6U^ day of February, A. D. IflflS
NEILHOWIE.^U: 8. Marshal fas Messenger; for said T t y .^Davis Tboroughman 6l Ilosmer, and YVoolfolk a^Toole solicitors for Petitioners.Pel Iwtf
Bootsarid h oes
WallaeeStreet, Virginia City, .TI'T.
angaf-wlyD. IL WE8TOK.
P.W. GATES ^ CO.,^CHICAGO.
OWNERSOF THE RIGHT TO MANUFACTURE^In Montana Territor^-
TheCelebrated Wheeler ^ Randall Pans.
HallVi'atent Slotted Ncreens.
Andevery description of
Theundersigned will visit the mining regions of^Montana, as tbe representative of tbe above works.^Address.GEO. H. CLARK,
oerSSwtfInternational Hotel, Helena, M. T
ONthe Prickly Pear Creek, 3 miles of Hsisna,^aad on tbe Cannon Ferry road, consisting ot^160 acres, all in cultivation with irrigating dHebe*^for all parts of tbe arm, aad creek running through^tbe farm- For particulars enquire on tbe premises^J4 wtfP. T. 8TR1BL.vg.
WHEREAS,my Wife Christina Mania has^left my bed aad board without just on nee^and provocation oa the 13th of December 1*68.^Therefore, I hereby warn the public am to harbor^or trust her on nay account, as I will not satisfy^any debts contracted by her. CHRIST. MARTIN.^Beartowa, Dee. 13, 1888. wlm
t KKOI.r A STEEL.
ForwardingStorage and Dealers in Gen^era! Merchandise.^Fort Benton, M. T.
Territoryof Montana, County of Lewis ami^Clarke^In Justice's Court before A. J. Edward*^Justice of the Peace.
GeorgeMontgomery, Plaintiff, against John Carr^Defendant.
Inthe name and by tbe authority of the Territory^of Montana^To the above named Defendant^Greeting:
VUU are hereby Summoned to be and appear^x before me, A. J. Edwards, Justice of the^Peace in and for said Connty of Lewis and Clarke,^at my office 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 m.ke answer to the^complaint of George Montgomery, the above^named Plaintiff in a civil action, to recover the^sum of Fifty-eight dollars, and in default thereo!^judgment will be rendered against you John Ca-r.^tbe above named defendant, tor the said sum ot^Fifty-eight dollars and costs of suit in his be halt^expended.
Uivenunder my hand this 10th day of February^18fi!^A. J. EDWARDS,
Febllw-ltJubUce of the Peace.
PUTTEDSTATRS LAND 0FF1CK, (^Helena. M. T. Dec. 14th. ISH,
NOTICEis hereby given that the following de^^scribed Township Plats have been filed in^this office, and lands therein will be open for entry^under the Homestead and Pre-emption laws from^and after the loth day or December, A. D. 1868;^Township No. Nine, (9J North ol Range No.
Two,(2,) Wast.^Township No. Nine, 9. North of Range No.^Three. (3.) Wast.
Bothof the above described Townships are re^^turned by the Purveyor General as '' Miners!^Lands.'' Settlers upon lands in the aforesaid^Townships are hereby notified to file their Declar^^atory Statements and Homestead Applications a*^at this office, within three months from tbe 15th^day of December. A. D. 1868; otherwise their^rights will be forfeited. O. B. O^ BANNON,^dlt-w3mo Register
NOT14 I. TO MIXERS.
U.8. LAND OFKICE, f^Helena. M. T., Jan. Ill 1869.
HOBATION. FREEMAN, having this day^made application ^o show that the South halt^of the North West quarter ot section No, twenty-^six. in Township No. Nine (9) North of Range No.^three ('S^ West, is non-mineral land, all parties^having claims thereto, are hereby notified to ap^^pear at this office at 10 o'clock A. M.. on Tuesday^the 24th day of Februry, A. D. I860, to contest^tbe same.
FRANCISM. Dl'KFEE, is also hereby notified^to appear at the same timeaad place to contest the^light of the said Freeman, to tbe above described^metO. B. O BANNON.
JOSEPHFill AND, tbe French Barber at Dia^mond City, is prepared to re*lore hair to the^bald, and will give security- that the hair will grow^a all Its natural beauty aad lustre or no charge^will be made, pr ividiog customers will give secu^^rity that tbe work will be paid for if tbe hair Is^restored. Mr F. will give security from fifty to^two thousand dollars, according to the case, that^the hair will be restored in all its natural luxarian-^cy, and in return would only ask security fiat be^secure his pay if tbe Job is satisfactory All kinds^of work l^loBging to the trade will be done iu e^manner to warrant tbe nimci satiateotioa.
NB. I did not wish to publish my business to^the public until I had satisfactory evidence that I^could accomplish what I claimed. Having done^so in some extreme esses I am bow reedy to pro^ceed to business, and w ould ask tbe aSaicted to^favor me with a call, next door to the What C'jeer^Hotel. J08EPH FRIAND^Diamond City. M T. April 35wly
I.S. LAND OFFICK, MONTANA DISTRICT /^Helena, U. T., Jan. St, 1869. ^^ftJOTICS is hereby gives that the following de-^jj^ scribed Township Plats, have this day been^filed at this office, to-wit.
TownshipNo. One North or Range No. One East^Township No. 0ns North or Range No. Two East^Township No One North ef Range No Three.East^Township No. One North of Range No. Four East^Township No. One South of Range No. One East^Townshp No. Five North of Range So. Two East^Principal Base and Meridian.^Settlers npon lands tn'tbe above deearibed Town^^ships are hereby notified to rile their Declaratorv^SlSliminU, or' make their Homestead Applica^tione at this office, within three months front this^date, otherwise their rights will be forfeited.
O.B- O'BAXN 'N^Ja^^^w3m.. Register