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fh Oroide W^tch
THMONTANA_POST. FRIDAY, JUNE 11.
I.n known only SSI I ^ ^ P^^-'* ^
Sawbed- ^ ' ^F Appearance durability sod^^^^ blvTo.verb.in ^^1M by Watches^..five tiroes as much. Each one warranted
0* ^i certificat* to keep accurate time. Price^^T* cTrutl^-in^n s and Ladies' sixes. For this^iiM^atooo^n have H excelled Watch^f^^ prance and as rood for time as a Gold
au^ ^ w*tch ^f^*rr^ ^n^i
rior Finish, for $2 0
Equalia appear*00* to ^n^ ^^^ting ^**^!^, ,^rot.le Chain*, aa well made aa those of Oold^^etofco Wstcbes and Chains to be paid for^Tr ^^^B! v. Goods sent to anv part of the United^'^ **bv Express. Money need not be sent with^\**Arr a* ihe bills can be paid when the (food*^**T ^a^Uttr~^ by the Express. Customers moat^,,.^ all the ^.^ f. CCLLINS A CO.,
Tmud I' Na^*au St . S. Y., opposite P. O.,
IP STAIRS,^.-y T,, ciUii^^Where six Watches are ordered^-^aetaWS, we will aeod one Extra Watch, talk^^ie* ^'ven Watches f^T ninety dollars-
-ycaution '^Since our Oroide Watches have^stained *^ hi^Ch a reputation, and the demand for^^hem ha* greatly increaaed. many persons ara^otTVrinif common and a-ortbleee watobea for aale.
narnti-jthem to be Oroide Watches, in aome^tBswares stating that they are our Agents. W^^^ . ue m.^t positively that we employ no^^^rrt^ and that no ^^ue ela* doea or can make^Oreme; consequently these representation* are^fll^a fa* genuine Oroide Watobea can only be^:,\ ,,rdcriua- directly from as. uovllw'f
Tumps,Saw and GJ-i-ist Mills,^#//OaV./.V#^ ////./VVf .l,S7 I.Vf;\
JOSKPIIFill.vxd, the French Barber at Din-^m. n,i city, i* prepare,I to restore hair to the^bald, and will a*ive security that the hair will grow^a all it* natural beauty and lustre or no charge^aill he m-tde. pr ^vidihg r as turners will irive secu^^rity that tn^ work will be paid for if the hair ia^restored. Mr F. will give aecurity from fifty to^narid dollars, according to the case, that^the bsir will be restored in all its natural luxurian^rv, and in return w-mld only aak aecurity fiat he^^eenre his pay if the job ia satisfactory. All kind*^sfwesw lelooging to the trade will be dona in a^manner to warrant the utmost satisfaction.
.NIt. 1 did not wish to pi.blish my business to^tbe aajMafl until I had satisfactory evidence that^c.rtild accomplish what I claimed. Having- dona^^^ in some e ^trej.e cases I am now reedy to pco-^,~rr\i to business, and would ask the afflicted to^^^vor m* with a call next door to tbe What ('beer^JOSEPH FK1AND^Diamond City. M T. April 25 wly
Onhand one GATES CRUSHER; two^and one CORNISH CRUSHER; two
Tivbine Water Wheels,
Onepair of Mill Burrs, one
I^ion I Vino Railroad !
OMAHATO ECHO CITY I^WOUILES WEST OF THE MISSOURI RIVER
ALL.passsugni trains of this^direct with trains of the
CMcao ^ Nortbwestern Railway!
ForChioaco and all Eastern cities and tow as.^^^l^'r /'3*r lnf ^^Jlryad directly
J5S ^^t^- wllM b^^ ^-^c^^n^;e of^DIRECT ^ONM( i|ONs
SILVER BOW CITY,
DEERLrODOE COUNTY, MONTANA.
Alsomade witk tha Cooaell Blaft and Saint Jo-^seph Railroad, and Hannibal and 8c Joseph RaiW^road Daily Packet Line, between Omaha and
Tomad From St Louis, Kansas City. leaven worth^Atchison, Sioux Cit. etc, made Immediate onaain^tions at Omaha with trains of Union Paoiflo Rail^^road.
Passengerscrossing the plains will sare ^^miles stage travel; and sixty hours of time by^taking this route. Pullman sleepiag oars on Night^Trains; equipments all new, and Road bad in per^^fect order. Good Kating Houses at convenient^points on the line.
Directconnections made at Cheyenne with^Wells, Fargo ^ Co. s daily line of Overland Mail^and Express coaches to mad from all poiaU ia Col^orfcdo and New Mexico ,- and at Fort Sander* with^all points ia Utah, Montana, Idaho, Nevada and^California.
Passengersto avail themselves of the quick time^sure connection* of this route, must aak for ticket^via Omaha.
W.8NTDER, Oen'l Sap't,^C. D. Whitoomb. Gen'l Ticket Agent, janl-dtf
Awall selected Stock of Groceries.^HARDWARE,
Alwayson hand. The oily Prospectors
IaUpper De*r Lode* Valley. JalSdltwtf
f:ir 8 t
INTHE DISTEICT COURT
i^f the Third Judicial District of the Territory of^MiHitana in and for the County of Lewis and C.ark.
\^ LINK FlAlIER. Plaintiff,^again*t
j-AML'EL FISHER, Defendant.
Intbs name and by the authority of the Territo^^ry of Montana, greeting to Samuel Ftsher, the^^uov* named defendant :
arehereby required to appear in an ac-^1 t on brought against you by the above named^p sintiff in the District Court of the Third Judicial^district of the Territory of Montana in and for tbe^county of Lewis and Clark, and to answer tbe^complain^ filed therein, within tea days (exclusive^of the day of service) after the service oa you of^thia summons^if served within this county or, if^served out of this county. but in this district, with^in twenty days; otherwise, within forty days^oi^judgment by default will be taken against you, ac^cording to the prayer of said complaint.
Thesaid action is brought to obtain a decree of^this Coart diasoiviaar the bonds of matrimony now^existing between said plaintiff and defendant upon^the grounds aet forth in tbe complaint on file in^this action, and for gwneral relief.
Andyou are hereby notified 'hat if yon fail to^appear and answer the said complaint as above^required, tbe said plaintiff will apply to the Court^for the relief demanded in said complaint.
OIVF.Nunder my band and tbe se*l of tbe^district Court of thir l Judicial District of^the Territory of Montana ia and for the^county of Lewi* and Clark, this :21st day^of May, ia tbe vear of our Lord one thou^^sand eight hundred and sixty-nine.
(.HAS w. FOWLER, Clerk.^By CHAaV o- KSTNODUa, Deputy Clark.^Lawrence A Hedges
Attys for Plaintiff.w4t dlt
ROUTE TO THh^East n n ^i Woiitli !^Chicayo ^^^ Northwestern
ri'WODaily trains leave Omaha and Council^1 Bluffs in connection with trains on tbe Union^Pacific Railroad; and from Smmix City in Connec^^tion with tbe Northwest Transportation Company's^Mae of United States Mail steamers, (from Fort^Beaton.) Running through Missouri Valley.^Junction, Boone, Cedar Rapids, Clinton and Dixoa^to CbictaTo
WITHOUTCHANGE OF CARS
Connectionsare made at Boone with stages fir^|^ rt Itodgw and Dea Moines; at Cedar Kap.d^^with Dubuque and Southwestern Kailroad lor^Northeastern Iowa and Minnesota; at Dixon wita^Illinois Central Railroad for Saint Loais and points^S^^oth ; and in Chicago with Eastern and Southern^Ilailroada tor all pointa East and South I saving^time aud securing- comf ^rt and safety!
llagffsgechecked through to all principal points,^and No Kxtra marge frr transfer through^Cbioago.
Passengershave choice of routes via Chicago^^enjoying- all the modem improvements in use on^First Class Railwats^ and avoid from two to five^hundred anilea of tedious navigation of the Mis^^souri river.. ..
Superiorarranged Sleeping Coaches on all night^trains.
Passengersfor any point East or South to avsul^themselves of tbe many advantages offered by^this Company, should be particular^tor, and see that their tickets read I
\l a Chicago A northwestern Railway.
!EO.L DI'NLAP. Oeweral Superintendent.^J P. limn on. N VV Pass Agt Chicago-^It. F Patrick. Oet.er.il P-ss Agt lanl-dlf
torsale at low rates.^A good assortment of Oum Roltin^, Hose, Packing, (Jas Pipe and^Fixtures, Boiler Flues, Sheet Copper, Steam Pumps, Lifting and Force^Pumps, Circular Saws from 24 to 50 inches, with and without inserted^teeth; Patent Tire Shrinkers, Jack Screws, Shoes, Dies, Cams, ^fcc., kept^constantly on hand.
OWXEliSOF THE RIGHT TO MANUFACTURE^In Montana Territory
TheCelebrated Wheeler ^ Randall Pans.
SoleAgents for^Ilall'm Patent Slotted. Screens.
NationalHotel! WALTHAN WATCHES.
Oneeighth ot a mile south of Sun River cross.^ng, aad four mites east of
FORTSUA W, Jf. X.
C.A. BULL ^ CO.. Proprietors.
NOWopen for guests, and fitted up ia first class^style. A No. 1. two story bouse entirely new.^fitted up with commodious, finely finished and^furnished bed rooms, and
spreadwith the beat the market affords,^attention shown to our guests.
GIVEUS A CALL;
Wepromise you good meals, clean beds, good^usage and moderate bills at the
GoodStable and Cop.ual.
Feed,Stabling and Good Grooming,
THEextensive use of these watches for the last^filteen years by Railway Conductors. Engi^^neers aud Kxpressmeu. tbe most exacting of watch^we/arera. has thoroughly demonstrated the strength,^steadiness durability and accuracy of tbe Wal-^t ham Watch. To satisfy that elaas ia all these^respects, is to decide the question as to tbe real^value of these timekeepers.
Morethan 400.000 ot these watches are now^speaking for themselves in tbe pockets of the peo^^ple^a proof aud a guarantee of their superiority^over all others.
Tbesuperior organisation and great extent of^tbe Company 's Works at Waltbam. enable them^to produce watches at a ptioe which renders com^^petition futile, and those who buy any other watch^merely pay from iii to SO per cent, more for their^watches than is neoessary.
OnlyEight Dollars per Dozen.
IIIAVE the latest Improved instruments and all^the facilities for making every description of
LATESTAND HIGHEST STYLE
TI8W8 OV Att
SpecialAttention Given to taking
Viewsof all points of interest in
ForSale at prices ranging^50 cents to $2.00
The Public are respectfally invited^to call and examine the large and^varied ool lection of views^and Picture*.
Xii li i* UKL1CJ
ST O C Ja.
Weare now selling Waltbam Watches at lees^i prices in greenbacks than tbe gold p. ices before^I the war. There is no other manufacture of any^I kind in the United States of which this can besa d.
Thesetime pieces combine every Improvement^that a loog exi^erieoee has proved of real practical^use. Having had tbe refusal of nearly every in^^vention in watchmaking originating in this Conn-^try, or in Europe, only thoee were finally adopted^which se^ ere testing by the most ski 11 fu 1 artisans
Iin our works and l^ ng use on tbe part *f the^pohlic. demonstrated to be essential to oorre -t and
Amongthe many im]^rovwaaewSs we would i^ar^ioularixe:
Thwinvention and u^e of a centre pinion o^peculiar construction, to prevent damage to the^train by the breakage ^^f main springs, is original^with tbe American Watch Company, who having^had -be refusal of all otber contrivances, adopted^Fogg s Patent pinion as being the best and fsult-
(Successor to J. L. Douglass.)
NO.It, MAIN st., HELENA
Businesshours from 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. Chil^dres s pictures taken from 10 to 2. I shall attend^strictly to business, and nope that my long expe^^rience w ill enable me to give satisfaction to all^who may favor me with a call m20dawtf
JOB WORK OF EVERT DESCRIPTION^NeaLy and Expeditiously executed at thl^Office
GeoJ. Plant. ^- BUokney. Jr. Chae T. Ellis
PLANT,STIOKNET k ELLIS.
Hueeessoreto Ware. Ellis A Co.
iK 41.1. Ha !
AG | N K R A L^FURNISHING STOR E
Connectedwith the above Establishment.
Frrigh*r^. Trtvellors and R^sidenU sun lied
UA I1KKT ii ATK8.
Provisions,Milk. Butter and all kinds of pro-^duce kept constantly .^ band. In short ws pur^^pose to snake tbe NATIONAL IBjjTEL
Headquartersfor Krerybody,^And respectfully solicit Pnblks patronage.
Paidin Capital, - - $100,000^Authorized Capital, $500,000
THEsubscribers now take pleasure ia offering^to the public a most beautiful variety of
Broughtto this market by Mr. Astersto,^embracing
PEACHES, PLU MS, PEARS, GRAPES^wad
10,000lbs. OF A FPL ESI
Orthe following varieties, vim: Tweaty oaaea,^Tabiooo, Baldwin. Spitmenburg. Ram bean. Wine^Sap. Smith's Cider, Bell Flower, Golden Pippin.^American Pippin. Qenatin and Russett, all e^which will be sold at
Alsoa large assortment of
Stapleand Fancy Groceries
Oarestablishment will constantly be supplied by^Express, with such
Delifacies of the Season
Ascan be obtained at no other Store in the Terri^sory.
Remembertbe place, 43^the Telegraph Office, Helena, M
HAU8ER.8. M. HALL,
President.Vice-President,^Jno. 8. atchison; Cashier.
Mineralsand Ores correctly Assayed.^GOLD AND SILVER BARS
IDAHOSALT! IDAHO SALT!
Oneidacounty, Idaho Territory
Ntbef Lander Emigrant Road, 05 miles ess
screesSnake River, and 355 miles from tVirgin.a^D'.ty, M.T. In Strengh, Parity and Whiteness'^.t is unsurpassed by any Salt manufactured in the^United States, and la eqoally superior to the Salt^Lake salt for Smelting and A mail; t mating, as well^as for Culinary and Dairy paiposes. The oapeoi'^ties of the works having been Increased .to Six^thousand pounds per day, we are now prepared to^fill all orders promptly.
PriesSS0, (currency) per ton in nulk. A liberal^discount allowed on large quantities. Sacks fur^^nished when required. For farther particulars^addressB. F. WHITE, Agent,
dlsAwtfMalad City, IdahoT'v
PeacockA Co., Prop'rs.
Weconduct a general Livery, Feed and^Stock business, and are prepared to accomms-^date tbe pubiic with a. vtbing in oar line
InFirst Chass Style.
Wekeep on hand an abundance ot Grain and^Hay, and take particular pride in the care of stock^under our charge. The best saddle horses in the^the country can be obtained at our stable
Calland See our Stock.
Homesand Carriages always on hand. If lyoa^wish to
But,Sell, Trade or Hire,
wscan suit you evsry time. jyia-ls^PEACOCK A CO.
WallaceStreet, Virginia City, M*T.
ang2fwlyD- n. WE8TON.
ZLSTo63 JVIairi St
ftetiulx4c Bundy, No. 03 Main street
IIa re jast |received a complete stock of all
WholsaleGrocers! WATCH MATERIAL!
Harilenedand tempered l^air -pnn^f^ now ani^versally admitte^l by Watcnmaker^ tone the be^(,^are used in all grade* of Wallhsm Watch^e.
AllWaltbam Watches have du*t pn.rf caps^protecting the movement from dust, sh I lessening^tbe necessity of the f. equent rleuninir nei-e*sar,\^in other aaiches.
lliirie*'I'Urni i^mnin'ln ^r kj-yle^s snteh.^is airsad^ a decided nniw an I a gT^*t improve^uient on env stem winding watcu In t:i^ Amerioan^utericet. aasl ST Is th^ rbeapest watch of its^qualitr u-ov offered to the jHimHe.
Embracinga fine assortment of
ToCAL1FORNIANS and ^ithers livmrf in por^^tions of the United States where watoameaers do^not abound, watches with the above mentioned^Improvements whi.-* tend to insure acot racy.
tionr \^ \.
and convenience, must
\^. 3-1. Haiti Street,
in:i,r. vi. :iio\tav4.
CI v e I^ ^ Call!
\otki: to HUn*.
I ^ LAND OFFICE, (^^lelena. M. T.. May 10. lr^^. ^^II A LI. FN. having this day^shew that the North
A u-^^( the
Curacy4k Cos. Boots sad Shoes are^made and Warranted -^l!^tt^N ICK MTI.LF. N
narteref the 8^Hith West quarter, snd Soatb
Kst qSIrtTr oV the North W as. ^Tm2^J^Z^^leaner of North East quarter of seetioe No.
pKo.Tea (10^ North of Bang.^^ rT) West ia aoa-mineral land, and^valoab etbr agricultural than miaiag purposes, all^s^rsosW smvsif ssiainff claims thereto are hereby^ZEtZ* uT appear at this office at 10 o clock A.^on ThaPr*day the 10th day ef Jeee. A. D.
to,b# ^ ^ o. B. O BANNON.
Everywatch bearing the trade mark of^Wsltham is Busranteed to be a thoroughly re^^liable timekeeper.
Toprevent impositnm. buyers should invariably^demand a certificate of genuineness.
Thetrade supplied b, Messrs. R. B, Gray a^Co . I'an Fraacieoo. Cal . aad ajeeerally for sale at^retail by all reei^octable dealers.
Forother facts aad information address
ROBBINSI APPLETOH. G'^i Ir^^*-^1S 2 Brsadwaf New York.
laSecure Irom Fire.
CHEAPTO THE TRADE!
Ordersfrom a distance will rec^ire careful^snd prompt Attention.
Ofall descriptions will be done on the most^reasonable t*rma. Giving my personal atten^^tion to this branch of the bust ties*, I t-hall be^able to rive perfect satisfaction.
IIn tbe Pupreme Court of the Territory of Mon^^tana^In Bankruptcy^In the matter of Jasper B Cbapio. Bankrupt
BeforeTheo. Muflly tsq- Register:
rTV^ tbe Creditors of the above uamed Hankrapt,
Mooeyadvanced on merchaai'.ise. and goods stored^ia a fire-proof warehouse^WIJ4-KIN'tl at OILLETT.
Willleave Virginia City ever^ Mouday momiag.^FOK
Sterling,Uallatin City, Morse's BtsSw. Parson's^Ranch, Middle Creek and Uoct-man City.
C'oiisiniucntH S lioitwl.
Bycl.iee attention to to business, the prepiietoi^hopes to merit the confidence and patrooage of the
Ipress freight i^stay 7 I***
E.-. 1-11 I.I.I***.
oftbe Territory^riav spwrfcal attewOon to tm* eolleetioa of
YTILL praetieetoall t
II'^ oa have a fine Chronometer, English Levsr,^or American Watch that does not keep time,^scad it to my office for adjustment; or If ssy of^the works are broken vou need not sead it to New^York ft* repairs, as 1 am prepared to make aad ^^i^rfectly fit the moat delicate or intricate parts;^all seek work warranted aa neatly aad accurately^^wished ssesa he obtained la the best establish- I^men's in Europe or America. Tree time may be^obtained at my office as taken by myself every^week. Orders by f sprees ssay be directed to my^Assay Office, corner of Broadway asd Jeeksoa^street. Helena. mlOdtf CIIARLK8 Kl'XLKT.
takenotice that the said Bankrupt has filed bis^petition In said Supreme Court, for a discharge^ftota all bis debts, and that said Court has ap-
poiatedtbe 14th day of May A I^ 186V. at 1J o'clock - ^ ,^A M of tbst day before the said heiri-ter at the : t*sgamV Office at J. M. Kmgbt s, WalU.^Court Room os Wallace street in tbe City of Vir^gtaia. County ol Madison In said Territory as^tbe time aad place, when are where yon may at^^tend aad show cause if any you have, why the^prayer of said petition should not be rrar.ted,
Hyorder of the Court made the 0th day of^March a I) lt$C^I.I CIC'8 8 FECK, Cl'k
saidSupreme Court j^II N Blake, solicitor for petitionerm^w3
Neticeis hereby given thnt the meeting referred^to in tse notice, has been adjourned until the 30th^day of June, A D lfSR), at 10 o'clock. A M. when,^at the (^Use mentioned in the above notice, said |^~i^g will be held.
Byorder of tbe undersigned Register, made ^^14lh day of May. A O 1^*9.^Thee Muffly.
Ueglsteris Rsokreptcy t..r^|Vt 3tl^lstrie^ ui Montana Territorv.
ForwardingStorage and Dealers In ^i^n^era) Merchandise.^Fort Hen I on. ti. T.
si 4K RE8TALRAXT,^IB. Soott, Proprietor^^H latekfoot City, Tlonl^.r.u.
BOARDby the day or week. Tbe table alwaj1^supplied with the delleweUk of tbe^^ly 16-wU^-ffm