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iatnua Post Palihskin CeiIay
O. k0 MNAI" ST., ~RELET .A.
EAI. N. PINRBY, MANAORB.
Addrms all kwainem Oemmiuleatlsts,
" MONTAU A POST PUS. CO."
Addrmos all Corrrespomdenee for Pebltatiao,
" EDITOR MONTAA POST."
l'o.uo & ME.r.T, Now Terk T mas iutlding,
14 'ark Row are the s,le agents for MOaTANA
P'oT. for the Eastern State.
1TEEL & YANTIS, S. le Aepr.ts for ('bhicgo
W. T. ll.AILTOM, Fart Benton.
MR. A. J. Sxrrn. Bannaek.
J. M. FMilS, Sterling. Hot Spring Distrie'.
BEI.LIN(.ER & AI.I.E., Silver Bow.
JAMFd STLAIRT Deer Lodge.
WORIDEN A Co.. Hell Gate.
tV. P. PARSoxs Gallatin City.
.1 C.W EaF.sL German (nulch.
(;E,. I'ERI:Y. L:ncln Gulch.
tiro. Ri rU CH , l:adersbnr r.
A. B. HIAMILTON, Sun River ('rossinW.
ii. II. IIATH \WAY. Highland District.
F. ( t(III'II tSulmmit (City.
R. ('. J4)ur N)o. Blackfo'ot.
Wi.-I Ir W. JoNys, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek.
J. S. WliI.LIat. St. Louis, Mo.
L. I'. FtItIER. San Francisco. Cal.
If. I:r.l. & Co.. Lebunrgh, Sa lmon River Mine~
H,. 1 i.\\ t:. i',I.r, Confederate Gulch.
r'. ItI- -EtEK, li~ulder Valley.
M Nr..,oMEIY. Bear Gulehand adjacent mines.
11 ,C. WEItOI.D, Butte City.
4EU1 .E N. BROCKi. Beartown, I. T.
1)AFs Wt II.oN. B.ozemiaa City.
R J. '.It(Y -Sioux City. Iowa.
FRIBDAY .YJORN.ING APRIL 9th.
A lrx. H. Il-:it tit. l.csal ]lditor
T HE CITY.
Fromn F.lay's Daily.
V1i i. I. (' ITY l'r..Nt.-From the la.st
li-onc:.tt ve gathe'r t1'. following minining
item.n, which may I', iof .crue interest to our
r.,i-rR- : .... i'h-t.r triet is more irotm
iir.; than ever. Ta- Wats."ka, Julia Holmes
anil (,ithr lod- a:re ý i Iding to the sati-fac
tinn *.f thli. i'h.vrs and operators ...From
M1111 Creek w-- learn that the furn:-s nwil
o,On -tart up Kith every Irospect of suCce s.
The Branham lode, which is one of the rich
r-t iii the li-triot. is now in shape for active
w.rkling. The ore is abundant and pays very
richly.... The Wisconsin and Quarts liHil
i-tricts are better than ever. The Company
t'itler and Martha Compton, two very fine
lodes, aro now in good condition and jud-
i.mg from the number of arastrai now in op
eration the ore must prove valuable....
Junction District his waked up to a reali
zation that something must be done. ¶he
old shafts have all been cleaned out, and
the Australia, Mumma, and other lodes, are
ufficieutly opened to keep a large number
,,f arastras at work the coming summer.
Summit and I--own districts are-alive. The
Keystone and Nelson of Summit, of this di.
trict, are far better developed than ever be
fore, and will be further developed this
s.pring....Silver Star District is creating
considerable excitement by the splendid re
-ults of the mining operations therein. The
only two lode. that have been thoroughly
tested are payons handsomely, and the rock
from several otl..l prospects very rich.
MURDERED B. LDIANS.-On or about
the 18th day of M`reb, a discharged soldier
from Fort Shaw, m.ned Williams, left Dia
mond City for a small mining gulch some 15
miles distant. Nothing was heard from him
until his boiy was discovered last Saturday,
some ten milez from Diamond City, lying on
the ground, with a bullet hole through his
head from forehead to rear. When found his
blanket was spread out as if he had prepared
to retire to rest, and some oats scattered on
the ground indicated that his horse was being
ted. It is stated beyond any doubt that it
was the work ot Indians, as when found be
had on his person some $350 and his discharge
papers, only his horse and a Henry rifle he
carried being gone. his remains were brought
into Diamond City and buried on Sunday.
We learn these facts from various parties
who arrived from that city yesterday.
PREI4SNTATIoN.-«We understand that
a magnificent cake was yesterday presented
to our fellow citizen. Mr. John It. Curtis.
The gift was most worthily bestowed, and the
history of the presentation is told in the fo!
towing correspondence which we publish :
HaLtaA, March 31, 1849.
Ma. J. II. Crrrse-DeAs PIasaU :-Permit
me, in behalf of the Ladies' Catholic Com
mittee, to preseLt you with a cake, which we
hope you will accept as a soavenir of our re
wards for the many beemdts you have con
ferred upon our Holy Church.
I remain yours truly, in behalf of the La
,lies' Catholiec Committee,
Mis. J. J. HEALE..
HLaz.anA, April 1. 1869.
.Mis. J. J. IiEALra, and Ladies of theCatho.
lic Comnmitt'e of Helena:
ManDsax:-I am indeed estirely taken by
surprise in the receipt of the magniicent
cake you were so kind as to send me, and re
gret that language is inadequate to so ex
prem-' the least proportion of my feelings in
retu-ning my sincre thanks for same. I have
only done what was my duty in coatrtbating
my poor services to our Holy religion. Per
mit me to thank your Committee from the
deepest recesses of my heart for said present.
H]oping that feelings of pure friendship will
.ver last between us,
.ver last between us,
Believe me your most ob't er 't,
J. H. C1.ris,
Late Sec'y and Tress. of the Catholic Com.
Co.M PL~~e TART.-The following ree
olutions speak for themelvesm ad are not only
highly complimentary but well mented:
lLs.zm L. . Rooms.
At a meeting of the Helens IAbrary Aao
ciation held at their rooms on Taesday eve
ning, March 30th. it was
Resolved, That the thanks of this Associ
ation are due and are heeb teured to our
late Secretary, Mr. J. L. . gI*us, for his
prompt and mcient services as as oacer of
this Aasoctatioa, and for his untiring seal sad
dlig)ence in workn for its acces. Also
BReolved, That the thaans et this Asoci
ation are bhretb tendered to Mr. Brs. R.
Dittee for his diligent and ektent discharge
of his duties as eriLs of thbis Asei ioa.
JAMXB KING, PresMidt.
J. SwDart Oasons, kec'y.
RLvzu NEW..-Faro private advicee
we learn that there som thirty-eight
beats a.vertsed for the Meeu a bade. ro
Le. Waes.e loe agen t of the N. W. T.
O.w , sels nthasi tkh' e sedale of
fr Bleas for te flowert
:ioms boMlongng to te N. W. -T.
io., is fas le:we
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Ruo us W-.we inStiee tat *r. M.
Ofs orfn dssei at a oe
Our itises. v bes a oki
clething which he Ia oat oaw
AaPI FooL DAY wars clebiated with
spirit by thaws of our dt who apprecate
a good thbo mad " geeraly ea
joye4 d w9 ons. dllig a
gtim *dtad much amusement, the
were strewn with pocket books, hlet
purses, Ac., bap were suspended from bale.
aies, mysterioer pckade were assiving, with
charges to pay, and every device was resorted
to for the purpose of celebratig the Jay.
As an April Foul's day it was a success.
PmT.Rs' MU SICAL MONTHLY.-W are
in receipt from the publisber of this valss
ble musical periodical, which contains a
vast amount of interestiag information
touchiag the latest publicalii of music,
Ac. Besides all this and some choice read
ing matter, it contains quite a number of
musical gems, both vocal and instrumental.
This is a work which we can specially com
mend to the ladies of our city as being of
rare merit. Published by J. L. Peters, 198
Broadway, N. Y. Price .S.00 per annum.
DEPARTED.--Mr. J. L. Douglass and
Mr. George Woods left yesterday mornir g for
White Pine, followed by the regrets of a host
of friends, who bade them God speed.
From Saturday's Daily.
lelena a nd e T -MiAleo sall 4 d -]Prw
grees of the Moveerant.
At an adjourned meeting of the citizens
of Hlelema, held at the Probte Coatt room,
for the purpore of taking some action tow
ards building a Railroad from Helena to the
Hot Springs on Ten-Mile, Mr. E. H. Wilson
was elected Chairmar-, and L. S. Watson Sec
After stating the object of the meeting,
the Chairmah called upon the Committee ap
pointed at a previous meeting, to report the
expense of building and stocking said Road.
The Committee, through its Chairma, Capt.
Demurect, made the following report, which
Mna. CTrAalAu:-Your Committee would
most re.-p.ctfully report that after a careful
examinatinm of all the information that
could be obtained, the cost of building the
pro,puse(. Railroad from Helena to Hot
Spri.gs on Teo-Mile Creek, is as follon :
Joist~i, ixS for stringers, 169,00t)
feet at '.c......... ....... 0..70 00
Iron, 3xa. for strap rail, 10S.,000
lh. - 2c........"..... '.1i0 O
T i , ,.x lace, , ft. lont ., 6,U t't
'1 ih,-................... ...... . l2 U)1
,r:,din;." :ui,.l výL ing trTack ... .. ( o n 111
l'.L.=.n.er c.'r....... .......... 1i,n0 O0
LcJ.:otive enginllle.............. .000 Oi
t 1t i1....................... $::2,42 00
Your Commiittee think tlhis will cover all th
co-t ,f building and toc'king the road as tar
as lt Springs.
The cos of running toe road will Lb about
.i,40 l,pr month viz.:
One man to take 'har," of the roal
and run the trains, .er month... 20I. Ot)
Engineer ........................ .,W0 to
Laborer.......................... ft0 o0
Wood .......................... l..1) 00
Oil... .......................... . :0 .O
Total......................... 540 00
We think the Company can, in the com
Wencemeut, count on an average of 100 pas
sengers per day, giving an income of $1,000
per mouth; deduct running expense., $540,
will leave a balance in favor of the Company
of $2.440 per month.
of $2.40U per month.
It the Company conclude to extend the
track from the Hot Springs to the lumber and
quarry districts, they can do so at a nominal
sum, as there will be a little or no grading
to be done. The engine laying over at Hot
Springs can haul down the cars to that place
and run them into the city with the regular
train. The extension can be paid for out of
the proceeds of the road. without extra assess
ments from the stockholders. Respectfully
Signed by the COMMITTEE.
On motion, a Committee consisting of F.
Wassweiller, A. M. Holter, Henry Thompson,
James King and Capt. Demorest, were ap
p)ointed to open books and solicit subecripa
tions to the capital stock of said road. On
motion the committee were empowered to
till vacancies or add to their number.
Mr. Wassweiler being called upon, made
some remarks regaridng the advantage the
SRoad would be to our town, and concluded by
pledging himself to take $5,000 of the stock.
The committee on subscri tions were re
quested to meet at this place on Saturday
Snext at 7 p. m., for the puapose of organiza
On motion, the thanks of the citizens were
tendered to Judge Truett and Mr. Adams for
the use of the Court Room.
On motion. it was voted to have the pro.
ceedings published in all the city papers.
E. H. WIL=ON, Chairman.
S. L. WArsos, Secretary.
'IHtGINIA CITY ITEMS.-Fromn the
Democrat we learn that a new Post ofce haa
been established on Lower Willow Creek, and
John Vanderbilt has been appointed Post
Master. Mr. Lyman, who has the sub-con.
tract for carrying the mails from Virginia
City to Boseman, has been ordered to leave
the mail at this new ofice.... The Churches
were beautifully and appropriately decorated
I or Easter Sunday.... The attendance at both
Churches was large... .Mr. Paancefort, in
compliance with a request of the citasen of
Virginia City, wall give a dramatic entertain
ment at the theatre on Tuesday, the 6th day
of April, and a.uited by the talent and abili
ty of several ladies and gentlemen of that
place. It cannot fail to be a success.....
The cap on the Keystone lode has been passed
and a vein of quarts from 2; to 4 feet in
width has been s~ruck....The ball of Thurs
day night was a success.... A petition is in
circulation for the survey and location of a
road from Virginia City to Henry Lake,which
road fiom Virginia City to Henry Lake,whizh
is considered the bet and most direct route
from that place to the allroad.
MrscL.ESHELL..-From Tom A mtL,
-Eq., who has just returned from a trip to
this section of county, we learn many facts
which are interesting. Through the whole ex
tent of country between here and there was not
a particle of snow except in the mountain,
and there has been none of any account the
present winter except that resulting from the
storm of a few days ago. This passed away
in a sdort time and the oarface of the coun
try is again barren. The Missouri River L
said to be lower at present than it has been
for years before at this season. Twenty-two
Pegan Indians came into Muelwheil March
21st and stole seventeen head of horses, which
the eitise have been aassh to recove.
There i no. sewity felt in that locality an
ul the arrival of the military. The grass i
growing very finely on the nver bottoms and
there is every evidence of am early spring.
WATma.-The water ws turned into
the middle dith yesterday, and by this morn
bl tere wn be a fall hed of water. TMIs
ditch supplies the claims th viciiaty of
Taylr, Thompsmo & (o. Thee oeom·alei
we sndwsemi, have commemond mth sam
mW e w a. l beymmned
J. H MI.M.. t fa aa ek .
Peo.ager fer Virgintea ty.
Qvzc Wae~:-dim. - s
day asgo, Tavis B 's. :dess .to .eder a
large iavoie t *8ss441e4shau
sas, C., ,or their a.ndihat, @m is le
then sy .anr M . ta ras they 4cided
to eder dram, the godwore .-.... poe d
for asd shipped for Moutama. verytMsg
war dose by means of the telegraph. The in
voice cemptees Some pliead family assa
gee, some elegant trotting buggies, stylish
hare.m, hoesesquipmets ladies saddle, and
a large gasatity of ageso e nd ntrappig.
This, added to the alreay large assortment
of carriages, Ac., of this Arm, taken in con
necthm with the spldead, tast and stylish
stock they turn out, will make it one of the
most eztesve estblishment in the West.
S'stt uo WoRK.-During a drive into
the country, which we bad the pleasure of
taking the other day, we were surprised to
note the amount of ploughing which is being
done by our farmers in the Prickly Pear Val
ley. Within the past week on almost every
ranch has been a gang of plough turning over
the rich, mellow soil. 'the farmers with
whom we conversed were in good spiris and
evidently have gone to work this season twth
strong expectations for a sure and abundant
harvest. There will be a vast quantity of
grain raised the coming season if the grass
hoppers will restrain their devastating raids
and ravages. They are the only curse this
country lives under, and a rehlief from thin
brings lure wealth to our farmers.
M.a;.A.ztNES.--Col. Lyon of the .ovel
ty Store, has our thanks for a eelection of
Magazines for April, from a large assortment
received last mail. This establihmiei:t re
ceived at the same time a splendid aszortme:it
of gold pens of all grades. kind-, al qua:li
I M 'I: MV. i-.-NT-..-A largo ! r' :
Iiasuiin are r:alidly iuttingl up the i.t ,ln w.ll
of the new b1uildina of Gans & Klein, which
will Le a .plsn'id edifice when completel.
ýININtl hlra eomminled'l all (over the,
the Ter;.itory. There is har lly a c.:i.1p but
what water is running Iau 1 dirt i, ibin
From iMondayl Daily.
,Tk.iml.iN(l.-F'roumi this thriving town
we learn, tLhroLuh Mr. John Vanderbilt, ghat
the Hobart mill is pounding away on good
quartz, which isa aid to prospect very rich.
The Ilall & ipaulding mill will start up in a
few days. 'ihe past runs of this mill have
been a success, and there is every prospect
that it will so continue. A great many mi
ner, are engaged in drifting in the small
galches adjacent to Sterling, while in Nor
wegian Gulch there are seven flume compa
nies commencing work. The water is com
mencing to run, mud in a few days almost ev
ery claim will be represented by working and
BI-.tNEliss is, we are glad to say, im
proving. Each da y adds to the prospect of a
fine spring trade. The miners in the outlide
camps are beginning to take out gold, and are
investing a portion in their spring supple*.
Prices are utiffening up. Cur entire business
community look for quite an advance on the
price of staples, and hence are not so eager to
rush off their stocks. The almost certainty
of a season of low water the coming summer
has already exerted an influence upon the
markets and some of our leading merchants
are of the opinion that there are barely
enough of goods in the market to last till the
boats arrive. We hope that prices will go no
higher, but fear that goods soonest bought
will be the cheapest.
will be the cheepest.
LosT, yesterday afternoon, olumewhere
about town, a black pocket book with $13S:
in bills, also fifty cents and ten cents in frac
tional currency, and the name of Henry L):a
vidson inside the fold. Mr. Davidson is a
miner from Unionville, a hard working man,
and this money is all that he had when lest.
lie last noticed the pocket book while he was
in the ULion Brewery. Any person finding it
would do an act of justice, honesty and kind
ness by returning it to him or leaving it at
the Gasette office.
Tne STautsT'.-Th condition of Main
street is very deplorable-flled with piles of
wood, strewn with old bores, hc., and paved
with rubbish. An entire renovation and
thorough cleansing is necessary. We do not
know whene duty it is to attend to this im
portant business, but ve are confident that
some action is necessary that will put it in
better condition and give it a little freshness.
We saw on Saturday Messrs. Shed, Newman
and Judge Edwards busy cleaning the street
in trent of their places of business, and com
mend their enthusiasm to our other citisens
with the injunction. "go thou and do like
TIE E1NGINE l iloUE, on tho corner
of Bridge ard Clore streets, is being rapidly
put in order, and some time this week will be
in c6ndition to receive the apparatus. This
we understand is almost reedy, and when
completed will be very effective in case of
any fire which may came upon us.
THE MINE;si at Unionville, under
the inluences of spring weather and White
Tine news, are becoming nervous and restless.
About 2b0 of of those employed in the mines
have quit work, some to go to White Pine,
some to seek fortunes elsewhere in the Terri
tory, and others to disdpate what fortune
they have acquired during the winter months.
It is to be hoped but a few will go to White
Pine, for we are coandent they will regret it.
tu'ol. PKN..-\Ve arc indebted to C'ol.
Lyon, of the Novelty Store, for a splendid
gold pen holder, selected from their invoice
received by last coach. Their stock of these
articles comprise a varied and extensive as
Portment, cunsisting of gold pen., of all
zses and rades, with alver and gold holders,
ladies' pea with pearl and ivory holders, and,
in fact, tbes is not a description, bse, or
quality of pen but that can be found in this
stock. These are from the best maaufactory
in States, and are offeed at prides ex
trem y low.
'I'HB WATZR COMPANY have a large
wang of men employed laying their pipes on
Rodney, roadway, Ewing sad Fifth Avenue
stree, and ffl oo have them all laid sad
the yw~ raming. This will be a creat ac
CooM-M ad to tLhe owr ctiasea who re
rid in Ltht porO.l of th city.
)e'e Buemu fjte our
beautifal gall tuleagsg lw .! tle gmor
iL t`a di. We have otioed many which
are very bt atl.~ he meaetins stepes am
covered with a vaet of early jowers, which
in beuty and perfume vie with those of a
more favored clime.
AnoTrnB R-x.-Prof. Ramley ran
into a brick mad asmyed a qeaantty 6t retort
wetghbg 168 ounces, being the result of a
seven day's run of the Colasbie Mining Com
paey's mill at Unionville, from about 190
tone of rock. This mill is now under the
superintendence of J. G. Sanders, Eq.
MuL.s SToPPED.--WO learn that the
National Mining Company's mill and the
Columbia mill are to be closed for a couple
of months after their present run is conclu
ded. for the purpose of putting their whole
force upon the nine and getting out quartz.
NOTICE.-Notico is hereby given that
I have purchased the entire stock of goods of
Loeb A Bro.. and all book accounts due them.
All parties indebted to me are requested to
call and settle at an early day.
Dated March 20, 1SG9. m2ldtf.
ExciL'lcoR.-A. K. Will. Esq., of the firm
of Barton & Will, having returned from the
IEast, with a -portion of their spring stock,
which surpas-es in beauty and elegance any
thing ever hrought to this country, have
opened the sazme at their old stand, No. 3;
Main street. and invite the public to a criti
cal examination. Watches of Jules Jurgen
sepn', Jmee liHoddell's, Paul H. Mathey's the
Elgin Co's. make ill grades in gold or silver.
Diamonds, pearls. opul·, amethysts, topaz.
garnets and a superb as-ortment of told bil
ver ware. coimnprt-i:. but a small portion of
the new stock. k'.trticular attentlon as called
to an irnmense lot. o: gold ijen,, wirrent Il
th. best in the I:thd. Mlr. Will has an:ai.
a-..urned ;.eroana.l charge of the m:,nufactur
ing dep.i tm, rt :au has bron.ht with hinm
tronm tie E|at the late-t tyle.l and patternti of
jewelry, hb.ch,, with his well known arti-tic
:kill, rew;irl, lvy thi - fi rt pr,ýinium: at the
lonatana kair of J GK, is bou:.d to give .att- I
l',ic! n,r. 1!13111,,y.
4 1 'RT PIO('EEDIG$G.
Al,:1 1i - r.--Cjtlxerine Vte.hay v . L . ý
V I(I+I3. 1. orro"1t l ;. 1. La 'roc,n :u I-,r
hlod-hear'l upon rrlp rt .ll d(ec'ree (11 ilivO C
P A IJoi;tiiy i'. V1 ; IKil Rue . C.Iu-.' -till
April 2.LI~avid A. lBentltey v_. 11V K. 1L. -
ert": cut-ill on tridl.
Kl~eu'chbmilt umid Daor vs. Miurr~ kC 1unpliv:
notice to have stalteruent SettleI. filed. Atli
davits of Chadwick. $bobor and Arick filed.
The Iff 's were allowed to amend their bill
of coetr: decree pus.ed and filed; stay of pio
ceedings ordered until the d.~cl.ion upon the
motion for a new tril.
April 3.-David A Bentley te. W K Rtub
erte; cause still on trial.
'Mores Mooreareeince etc., ye. D) A Bantle-i
deieireertl ly written order filed; at pl.lintifij
CHAS. W. FOWLER, Clerk.
IAIlA iNi( IN :h.e.be olIc- . welsIarg, .k
t...,., .lelna, M. T., April Ist ltj
Allen RC Aumdeon L F Adld,,J..lt
Adams L' .\uderamn t. ArbuklI.. It
Bullardl F II it ai.l.mn A Iiallard Chaa4
Itetire J II l'e.n, I A Barney 4r
Iierenwha If J li-,izu .M ii.naug J
C:aestrnut I Cej'lie J..hLn CamRpjbell l T F
(..rs"y I) W Cowem JuLiu C4le...uns I. C
(Ciegboun John l'artell.1 J 'onn.r Cha..)
Ciraw fonr . 1: C'albplgan C halier S -
ilia) ohn t..u!,tun .4.,, torle .1as
LDuelor J Ibarra W haeney WV
Pay ii T K I luglae V0 1'iek,.r \
Lo.w 11Ill Joaslay J I)
Rgert W l.rlrl Win grii \V A
Elder C I' EdwardsL J..a
SrrentC t'l,.nn L 'onda A
Icew I. Fl'dzan 4 lra- 11
leaicsn Mr, C I sngnr El I'rayer 1'
Gorhan. T I. r;nrnltey J.,i Grim C
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(i-a1,riel J ,.reaell C 4 t.tMkirk A
4 .ur~anier .J If mr~ree Ibis 11 tialewekie L)
tiulery II t;,Giham K A iartL II A
Hlolden J 1. Humpihrey I 11 Ittorc ril
IlHraan M Ii Il,.,rdJ Il*laib"n E
Hens ('hpa Ilarrimox II llcndlraou Jco
Juhnaou kiak' W Jane. II
K,,vitz 41 J heard Is F Keller .l..1 \V
1)vukel J 1' ping IG~v ('hr~e Knighit I:
Kingatuo C L
Lindaey J , Lorl G lybecker Chas
Lee 1' ledui, C Leeman A
.\ic~artin Hilt 'leFarland Ed Miller C K
Muriuiy I. MIortimer ('has Mn Bean F
MWurray 1I B Morse JnolI IlatmOsa 44 II
illeKay ('hag. H Merluriok IG W MeEwan 11 l
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Noirtn I'atrick Nimee J
t I wen A
I'oo. P PbIlips % m hiil Mr
Peck 'I Plaisted G P'hininLter Ubse
Prcktlr F M Perkins Hiram I'bay Mr
Prim Y rratt J B
RIasms A Ramsey T Rian DO
Roorney T F I.u.ojnso, I:udoI1.q M M
Rtala s M ltaimnour W Itees k
Read F S lthxi4ls S F Rjppen J
Story M $nider I)onglas S:mtb D)
Seger M Smith G F Ssrs Ji L"
Schbesm' A N Yeling Jno EJ Sesgers Wu,
Smith E N Mtateo A Situders Chan I
Stevens Mrs F E Sealy Wn Stewart D) F
Turner J t) Turner G f Tuck., 'am w
Turnsir J 5 '1 bomwpeoa J II
ogel 31M. J Van Shock W n
Kliw ~M WMiiburn ri Wi i E
Waho J T Williams A T Weee! Chat.
WVlliams Thos Vrigbt Jiohn WVilliians P'T
Wall P Wallb John Wright DIi)
It T GILLESPIE, Ageutr
List of Packages,
HN IIAND at the office of Wells, Farg & Cu..
Helens. M. T., April let, leC9.
AMutin Geo Aiken (! D Ashley J t
Breona 8 Baird J Blakeley U !
Beall 8 W iiokett Anna 1lua.p M
Breede. J Ii Blake E WV owels '
Cummiags T Can T J Campton J
ChapmaaA B Clemmons L
Duane M IDalhonuse II Dav;s A M
be Long A W ennis E T DeLany A W
Predriobson H C Fisk & Stuart Foreky Anna
Ginlray D) ray It C
Haobh D Hlolzman 8 L Humphrey U A
Hall James llison OF lHeatth U
Hendrie C llano E C hlusband W'm
Helenger 8 Hellinger J Harris Van
Hill Phil Hort O H 11,ges J
JR & C Johson A Johsom A O
Kawe J Kelly W
Lyons H Leedy James Lincoln J
Meray CH Marseall T McBride W
Miller IHiller a H Mol.e A D
MeCraeken R B Mlnestlon V B Maon D x
Moom James Martin C tMolartby D
Nowlea & Weary
PheamJ Post KNeti Parker & Pleres
Pese rma 8
stubR Need A 8 tReah J
3eMm.e IA 3esam. A
loes. a Shbe L Rsraagef
ewart L M V aaftud D H V Simmoes Jaek
se sR A eady Mshe W . nmmd. 0
TIM' kds8 V TrMee HB errell IR
Vaisw. P Vaaqaps JI
Wieex O fH Wg O Wkaaeu D
wen i.O Wines* u. oaliese D
A dea t JE. . meatD
iTA$LISeRiD, j1 .
Olc.IEN ' .I .
Whitletch lzildiing, Ip Stairs. Brouaway, l.-lerna.
IPiro 1 211ss rL zace
HOME OF NEW HAVEN:
CAPITA L, ....................................01,000,0) .00(
'RPL , .................................. 61 0 0.00
TIIp porpnlar !:astern (Cmpanv. the first to
I ,tffer the ,itizeus of Montana ti.e advantate.
of Fir" Insattraue. Is the only one front which
Policies can be obtained on the same day that
application is made.
PHOENIX OF HARTFORD
CA ,ll ASS ETS ............... ...... 1.46i7,t'3 .60
O.E PAIl, .......................... 4.5o,000.00
Ilniversally known, And universally popular:
it apeaka hfr itself.
LI FE INSURANCE!
ASSETS DOUBLE ITS LIABILITIES
Ann. t :.auy ,r., rr wh-eb this c'mpilany otffers
t , , trur in.. toe .-'~'eially Imn'ti..[. I the
MOST PE7..CT SECURITY. LOW RATE.. ALL
POLILE3S 0:.;-FO-FEI. IlG. SIM.PLICITY OF
S n ." . n d.h . .PEn nowEu
E. %V. c.4 PENTER,
t: .Tu V A tut.
CiTY PHOiTO APH GALLERY!
Only IElht Dollars per Dozen.
1( 1 1 " . t . U ;, t "t i' m I,.',x in tru m ents and all
ti, t, n;t,es . r num kiug every description oi
T-,'IC -T.JIT, I-r
LATEST AND HIGHEST STYLE
\" 1· : i 4 (1F .d.I, I.l '.lDH,
4 -pcki.tl Att,'ntion (iiv.n to takingj
\Viws of a!l points of interest in
Montana & Utah!
For Sale at prices ranIging fromn
50 cents to $2.00
1 he Pnblic are respectfully- invited to
to, call and examine the large and
varied coll.ction of views
En. In. na N,
(oueeeaaor to J. L. Douglass,)
CITY PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY!
NO. 35, MIAIN ST., HELENA.
Busionea hours from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. Chil
dren's pictures taken from 10 to `. I shall attend
strictly to buslnes,. and nope that my long expe
rience w ill enable me to give satisacstioa to all
who may favor ame with a calL m20odawtf
iLaU llTlI, UU. & I lli.,
(Succe-sorM to L Benobhl.y & Co,)
No. 3 and 5 Front Street, near Market.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS
OF AMERICA.s, E..Nr.,1t AND (GFRMA'N
Hardware & Cutlery,
Agricultural and Mining Tools,
Rote . Ste el. iPo d-, .
Ftls., Shot. Lead, Eto.
Also, Manufacturers and
Proprietors of the
G-r 3i30 t =L R= X .
Pateted by J A Morrell, Oct
mampleass ,d •s
eleot Dmrble Ph mp
IN THt WeORU.N
Ag ts wuated for thi Coast,
Caury mgibs for salt,
Town or Helena.
rTllE, proerty holders and lot owners In the
J town of Helena, M T, e hbreby notified that
the entry of the Tow-site h a been allowed by
the Commlisiooer and Patent granted, and that
the audersixgnd IL now ready to receiveo aploak
dosr for same.
All prous must come frward ad file their ap
plietos Immnediately, s imo prs will be iseived
after the expiration of Aty days from tke dale
hmear . M P TRBUETX,
Probate Jdge Lewis & larke Cooaty.
Helena. March 3d, 19M. Ma5dow3mo
RIALL1E & BELLERYL .
Lou 'r ntaln Wit.. 'C nett
owe tla etr ru:r.n. 1, - t. V.. .-.
in Heleao u: H
FIRST-CLA SS -_JOTT ý-,
A i i..l".v;.ý'.} . ., . 1
age M- 1..
BARTOS & WILL,
'-Sign of the Big Watch,.
(- 1c1 & Milvs.-c !ithIs
FOHEIG(N ANI A\VTl( AN
GOLD and SILVER
W A T C H ?ES
'tr. A. I.\Vill har ins returnel ir,,,.. t'.. ]fiar
w.I . t.r , hlan l .lurcltaw! talo u ,-- 1'' .. ''t a-a·rt
ment, and bnrught to, ll.ina, o'
DIAMONDS, PEARLS, AND
OTHER CUT GEMS.
Which they are prepare'.i to, m .Iun: ;l - ; . seI
after the latest eastern f.shion or ori~ r ,,.ti ,i ":1.
Ail, an iinn ._lse st.a k ,,
S.olid Sil.er Trbrl. fl(rit'.
GOLD PENN, suitable fr ..very lhau., t:
all of which is offered at reasonliable r..t,.t.
Inducemnents offered to Ihe Trade'
HAVINJ als, reei-ived a largao an.l .air.l u:
ply of every dettription of tmaterial used
that line, we can 1.do
Of the Imol t tdeii'att f.,tur-, t :i''+ 1- *1.pa'!l i':
-o. 3. I I- ARTLS I 'I s- vlI.
anldtf BARTOS r WILl.
110! FOR KOOTENAI!
CLARK & WHITCHER'S
ED x Ipre s
W V i l . i eie aý t i . .." .. : . ,i f ,r
t IZL'RR"T" cT.TES*.
The New Kootenai Mines
C mnrcting w wh
C. P. Huntley's Stage Line at ~
Mall and Expree. matter car. ie f .a Iluo.'
Oioe la Helena, Hlaatkfoot, Dle.r L.,ir' or 1ý
town. t i3m
-- _ _ . -----=
DR. J. A. NICHOLS,
D 31N l·T" Is 3'
Lave of Virginia City.
JH AS removed hisorne to the wVhitlatch b l
lag (up stairs) Broadway. Hiee* .ea a
will be pleased to see his old friends and t t
IUs geserally. His
LOIS EXPERIENCE IN THE PRACTICE.
Warurste him Ia saying that Las work, P8rdl4
tht of lliar. is inferior to done. d
leer Lodge < i ty, 1v . 'i'
S. SCOTT Proprietor.
TR J VELERS will find this the eat bo;e
Mo itana. Clen feather bedc and oneDlY
aRskhd earpeted ruoom always ready. .
Al mall and xpresseosehes stop at ths b