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The lntanna Pest.
Alex. H. Beattie. LX.ocal ditor
Termns .: 3 earIp~.:
os eoy ose year........................0 00
do. rs' m.eth ...................... . 00
do. thre momths............. ...... 3 50
altes o Advwtslag:
Bsioems Cards. liar or r, 3 O-is.. 0 6 00
do. d,,. do. 6 moaths.. 10 (,
do. d. do. 1 yer.... 100
Ote oqusm'. tea lias or lws. 1 asertio, .. 4
d.. . o do. 2 d. .. o0
41 , :, d ,,. 1 m e th..... 10 00
d1o. d,,. do. 2 do. ..... 13 00
do. d,. d. 3 d. ....... 15 "
do. d. do. do ...... 2 00
d,,. do. . d. 1 ye....... 35 00
u qea isrtio.................. 600
do. I month ................... t 00
d. 2 do ................... I OO
d... 3 do. . .................. 24 00
:o. 6 do. ................... 40 00
do. 1 yar ...... ... .. 600
. e.ighth columo. I in.srut~ ... ..... . t 00
do. d ,,. 2 do. ........... 1 00
do. do. 1 moth............. It 00
do. do. 2 do. ............... .i 00
do. do. 3 do. ............. 30 00
do. do. 6 do. 50 00
do. do. I ye................ 70 00
4)e-ezxtb eoluma. 1 iO.-rtio ........... 10 00
d,.. do. 2 do. .............. 15 00
do,. do. 1 mouth................ 2000
do. do. 2 do ............... 30 00
do. do. 3 do,............... 36 00
do. do. 6 do. .............. 55 00
do- do. 1 e- r.................. 80 00
ne fofrtb ewo aa. Ia sertion.............. 12 00
dc.. do. 2 do. .......... l~ 00
d,,. do. I rmoth .............. .4 00
d,,. do. 2 do. .............. 3600
do. do. 3 do .............. 4500
do. do. 6 do. .............. 5 00
d... do. 1 year................. 0 00D
O -half eo:omo., 1 insertion ............... 20 00
do. do. 2 do. ............. t.. 00
do. do. I mooth,............... 35 00
do. do. 2 do. ................ 45 00
do. d,. 3 do. ............... ~00
do. do. 6 do. ............... 0 00
do. do. I yr................. 11 00
Oe olm. inertio ................. 30 00
do. ' do. .................. 40 00
do. 1 month .............. 55 00
d... 2 do .................... 75 00
do. 3 do. ..........9......... 00
do. 6 do. .................... 140 00
do. I y r ..................... . 00 00
L.wel Ne.1See-One dvll. per Ii for three
tie.s or ls 75 cents per line for tea line or less;
5. e0 ts per lieo for elevea limes or mre
TI H CITY .
From Friday's Daily.
D~nIA IILt..--liaving decided to re
torn to the States, Mrs. Goldman deires to
tell her elegant residence and the good will
of her boarding establishment. This rei
dence is situated on Waer street, adjacent
and convenient to the bhnesm purtion of the
city and Ited up in the most approved style
for a Iat-clam boarding bouse, being far
nished with all the convenaeaces of the mod
ern day. Under the mamagement of Mrs.
Goldman, this residence has become the
adopted home of a large number of the be
asaesi gentlemes of the caty, sad with the
amle of her cottage bhe traasf and recom
meads to her sacceor the iatereso and con
sideratio of these gstlemen. Tha per
chen ofers smperior iadacemena, sad would
undoubtedly prove so o the ftortuate ln
ELCz..rox or OFrrcILs.-At a meet
itag of the Firs Hebrew Bemnevolet Amoi
stion of Helena, Montain, held o the even
ing of the 3d inst., the followingt ocee were
elected to serve for the easing sx months :
A. Wol, re-elected Preident.
Phil Koenigberger, Vice Presideat.
Felix Posmainaky, reasurer.
L. Beer, Secretary.
B. Wolf, L. Auerbac, J. beads, Trustew.
DISTINGUISHn D ARtIVAL.-Captalm
Coastable will proceed to-day to Virginia
City to meet GOnl. Hancock who arrive per
Overland we understand on a tour of iLspeec
tion through the District of Memanam, which
is embraced in his departm.nt. As escort
from Fort Shaw; consisting of a Sargeant and
six men arrived last evening haring in charge
the baggage wagone to be used in the trans
portation of the General and Staf's baggage
and cr.mp equipage. These also leave for
Virginia City to day.
ANOTHER BRIC..-F. Bohm & Co.
ran another massive gold brick yesterday,
weighing 900 ounces, and amountig in value
to about $23,000. This is the result of one
days purchase of gold dust by Bohm A Asb.
Mr. Bohm informs ms that his purchases of
gold will averae at least one hundred l er
cent more the present time than they did
similar dates last year.
FRiMo TIlE G(ALIATINi.-We learn
from Mr. Clark that the Crow Indiana, who
have been encamped in the vicinity of Fort
Ellis, left Wednesday for their hunting
ground on the Yellowstone. At the time
they left,several valuable horses were mising,
bet from their excellent reputation for hon
esty, they are above suepicion.
THIE A.I.LA \W\ALLA.-Thio desery
.dly popular Hotel and Restaurant is receiv
ing its finishing touches and will be opened
for the reception of boarders and guests on
Monday exat. The reputation which the
Walla Walls has heretofore sustained among
our cltizens as a tip-sp place to board, is a
sufciet guarantee for the future.
RJIYNOLDS CITY.- From MIr. Pixley
we leatr thb the prospects this minieg
camp are very unfavorable. There isa great
scarcity of water, and many claims are osly
worked three hbours a day.
ANOTHER Ti.WI.-Mitchell's tral
arrived yesterday from Is. Beatoe, laded
with a general seortment of mmerchamdbe
for Taylor, Thompss 'rm., wi e @of
fered to the public at low prier at tea.
Fuox DIAxoni.-Judge W
Col. W. F. Chadwick, Jolhs ~eber, Mr. e
rgssgor, Jdge Smith sm Jelii Mc
come over from Di.em d City last
Faom Fort nRAW.--apt.
sod C. A. bbroedwater urivd yamtliy
aoem ftmom rt sbhu by peme em
Juaes WAums . tled Jusilem dO
tars, anieud yiam*iy hms a3bmed
where he he bsi..n espled d ng me Not
MY s AIA IuI h. min Ivylag
_. fsm af bb -bg am so
- i hslme thb e * bi wal. as
wi be uwi aeet do f 2e ise Mmei aL the
**I t* - ~r r· o uf
ins tibees .et
two yeAý aneml ta has
tN ad of dolie'sis the d
sad aicted. They bhae asmdy eclosed a
comet.ry sear the city, ereced a fneral
hboe at as epense of ever $1,W@. Ike as
sociatlon keeps eonstntl on head sreeral
bmdred dells, ebjeetlotb.e relid ef all
_suering pesons worthy the charity of the
order. It is known by its works and has en
deared ubmfl to the paUke r its deeds of
generos charity and timely amistmce. The
following is as addres delivered before this
Association e the evening of June 3d, ISe,
by Mr. A. Wolf, os the occadom of his re
electio as President
OGrmIuu or rma AssoctuvioU :-On the
-fth of December, 1867, you orgaoised the
-Arst ebtrew Benevolst Ameesatoa of Bel
sun, Moa as, M accordance with the strict
njoiament to the Holy Ordnance of the
Banse of lfal-amdu , to relieve the dis
tressed, support the adcted, attend the sick,
ad bury the deed. How you have performed
those sublime duties ace. its esistea.e, your
records wall show. The dastressed whom you
have relieved, the slicted whom you have
mspported, and the ick whom you have ten
derny watched sa treded, will at all time
feel grateful and bem you for your prompt
r orose to their call in the boar of disrm;
nd for tho whom the Almighty saw t, is
Bis great wisdom, to call hence from ameg
you you have provided as asylum fno their
last resting place. Ter hae done even more,
for not omb have youe expeded hundreds,
I may say almost thomands, of dollars to up
hold such holy purposes in our very midst.
but you have aided our co-religiesi beyond
the broad seas, when starvation and distrs
compelled them to seek our msataace. Sure
ly the Israelite of Helena have reason to be
proud of so laudable an institatios; and whilst
you sbould feel so for what you have done
for your fellow-eaferers in the past, you
should at the same time recollect that the
ways of Providence are Just, but incompre
hensible to us, and may a Has judgment see
it to inflict sickness ad distrem upon these
who are not endowed with emough of worldly
goods to support such, and may at any mo
ment cill on you to help them, as you are in
duty bound to do. It hoe res, therefore,
each and every one of you, gntlemen, to be
diligent in your duties, sad respond to such
calls of you Brethren in distres in the fu
ture as you have done in the past, that the
iicted may not cry to you for help is vain,
for as sure as you render amistance to your
fellow-men in the hour of distress, so sur*
shall you be blessed in this world and be re
warded in the sme to come by Him who is
all goodness, all charity, and all merciful.
And if you, gentlemen, think that my bum
ble servicee--itLer as your presiding oAcer
or as your fellow-member on the foor-bas
bee in the least instrumental in forwarding
the objects which this noble Institation was
established for, I shall feel grateful for your
good opinion toward me; but let me muare
you at the same time, and believe me, that I
have doae sn more them any other member of
the Association has done. Is conclusion,
allow me, gentlemen, to theak you for the
deference ad attetion you have been pleased
to py me, ms repondis to my esllsa you
tog.er wher busi1s and occa.ioa required.
BAxxACK.-We had the pleaunre of
meeting oa Wedmesday evniog, Major Wat
,oe, u old itise of this place, who gives
Smay lanterestig itms coaceriaag that
minig. camp. The Pioneer Ditch Compay,
after bydraul. ig two weeks, clasned up
sheet $ 00 in gold. White A Co.'s Ditch
Company aetted about $7,00 In gold from a
aile ever one week's rue with two hydraul
es. rank ay d others own a hy
dr-sale which are working with every
ev.. e o d mal sactry remles. The greaser
part of the water reed ia minag in Bnuack
comes from Home Prairie reek. On this
creek the met esive preparation re o
lag made for misa.g this smmer. The prim
ipal orator isGo. Yeriag, who expects
to rua e hydramas. Almost every claim
is sad around ek is Ithlug vigoromly
worked, sad it is atcldpated that there waui
be more ge.d sakes et the peeses year sham
may yemr beore. Mr. Clark, who is heavily
engaged i the M. M. A M. G. mill bas, as
the esd of the railroad, a Ave-foot rurbta
wheel, by which be will be able to run twenty
stamps at very little u pense. He has all the
ditches coastructed and will be able to start
up noon after it arriver. D. H. HopkiLs is
expected eooe, sad the Butterleld a Hophins
mill wall be started at once sad kept ber
cr.hbag, the remalader of the yeer. N. B.
Wood and GeO. Gordon are erecting a 20-foot
water wheel by which to drive the mall. Thas
will be a great saing in the milling process.
TuorPies or Tma BArTLE OF Mi;
Cass.U.I..-WO were shown, last evening, by
our friend lBerr McDonald, just arrived from
Muacleehell, a number of trophies captured
by him in the late "onpleasanta'es" with the
Santee Soux at that place, prominent among
which was the war-bonnet of one of the
chlefs abo led the attack. The boanet is
composed of red Saanel and eagle feathers,
is six feet in leao , and has a crown formed
of feathers, beads and beaver skin, with two
borns projecting over the forehead, also, two
Sioux scalps, one with and without the ears
attached, ("keep your seat, Horace.") which,
from all appearances, muat have left a beau
tiful site for a skating-rink on the craniums
of the dark-ekiaaed geetry who bought them
into the conlict. Mr. McDonald formed one
of the party at Bbhway's wood yard, 4b
males below Mscleshell, who were attacked
and three of their number murdered by these
same Indians on the 16th of March last. He
was out hunting at the time, and fortunately
escaped. Mac is as brave a boy as there is on
the river, and recently traveled down the
river some 71 miles below Muclebhell to
meet the steaser Importer. He went alone
through the woods-was "corralled" nearly
half a day on the journey by the red devils,
but outwitted them and reached the boet in
Bs~rTu Irwss.-There is a general
feeling u Ft. Benan that but few more boats
will get p unless there is more rain. The
Importer left on June let. The North Ala
bama steat ea a bar about twety miles be
low Beais and immediately commeoced
MghteLing up. The hay Barker, which ar
rived on Jaun .l, lter unloading, started to
asist i bringing up hes eargo. and it was all
·ded i s Bet yestrday The Cors has
gmee dows to l phin pids to hnng up
that parties o her ao wich was left The
y amee sb tll below. Tbe Felab,
fig Horn. Amrew Ackley and Lace at Fort
ie. AU these bease wil hemahle to reaeh
ken* . wltb K am. It m net tomm
*to Irb pint ie b t winllaeeh, but thim
wi'l uadeshtudlp be iee peibs estabhled
u the rives, ea48 mg r t up in
ltsht . Tbhe aprer.is taelings
(io.iL-Th. teeer l motlde of o
ser *it hl. Mr. Vt. P. Stein, wIn
be eslnid l bl a Mr. Aile ts wln
amuw is m alt efor se wia
Mh to riss i al mai
_r _ l n i
one - bk I isheMks ess
seer ase r ý r
a e,, =hm
A. J. l - a
rued y fm
ditom or tersre prospeeb . that emory.
Re wprrsebo -e* _ - i-*ae over
dose, and few iadeed are making money, and
that by Mre asp m .
Jowx R. Waiuoa , omerly of the
frm et Water aw h a parased e a - em
tire interest of his or sad will coedma
the mese w sma, will r e"e n a Im
Invoice 1 geds fer the Fasay alerker.
Watson Breeb have gal.ed a high repeua
hto isa their businams in Helena and John
will alwayps .taim it.
Font BtTrox AnuIvaiL:- There
came up on Bote coach yeseeday Dr. Tre
ver, C. S. Hunr, Wir Armor, J. A. Deal and
wife, 8. 0. Ulvhrman, T. M. Beese, J. L.
By~ra, M. P. Lowrey, .l Asro, Kr. Kisney
mad wife, sad Mrs. Ward.
VIrUaIIA CITY ARRIVAIA.s-There ar
rived from Virgain City erterday Geo. W.
Hill, Wa. Phlps, J. A. Cooler.
Tnu BasT place to go-the best place
to drink, mad the ber place to get a palatable
meal is at the popalar Reutaurast No. 5
Wood sutee-the Kas-Kas. Try it.
Coxuiwt AnMlvALs.-Wells, Fargo
A Co.'s coach ysee~dy breoght as pama
gen A. J. Simmoes, J. M. Andereo and J.
M. D. Greem.
Hos. A. J. M8IT% arrived last even
ing from aek City, reporting everything
in that regiem as the beat possible condi
rom Monday's Daily.
VIRGo IA CITY IrT es.-From the
Democrat of the d we lear that Judge Ios
mer's commission will be received to-day, sad
that he will move the once to the store form
erly occupied ly John 8. Ioclfellow, on
Jackson street. Bi seon will be chief clerk.
.... The Cork Mining Company have been en
gaged bringing in water from the lakes, some
six mile distant from Virginia City. A ban
dred tnche has been brought in already....
Judge McMath will allow his name to be used
as District Attorney at the Democratic Con
vention.... Jdge Warres wll commence an
adjourned term of the District Court on the
9th, at Virgmiia City.... Wilcox A Co. bhave I
rested the store building neat door to Hes
sey, Dabler A Co.'s bank, and will open a
grocery store.... Washington gulch, below
Meadow Creek and Sterling, is creating some
excitement.... There were heavy rains in
Virginia City Is Tsday.... As Express has
been started between Virginia City sad Ban
sck .... The amaters gave another perform
-ace which ws universally satisfactory and
resulted In a asecial enrcess ... H. Seigel A'
Co. have removed to Ming's old corner....
Content oeeple his old mnd.... Mining is
progremig very vigeresly in Alder gulch.
xcDAT.-YestedaSy was the liveliest
day we have see in Helem the present year.
During portions of the day it was almost
Imposeibl far terns to pregr through the
serets, the eed of people was so grenat.
The various auctdleess of the city were rap
idly dipeig of large qustitie of mer
ehendie and mhmben of horses to the
a.thusiastic .yers, and the merchates all
seemed to be doing a good business. The day
we soufecing with beat until the afternoon,
when clonde e dest drove through the street,
compelling eerye.o to seek protection in
dobe. All the troutn rthe city were on
the rad. and all grade of socety were rep
rmeeted on the averue. The Springs were
thronged and the Fashion Course was well
patremosed to witnes the race. The day was
made plamt by the prospect of rain, whichI
however, failed to respond in any quantity,
to the universal washes of the people.
Busrox I'Ua-.-The steamer Slver'
Bow, Captaain Tom Re, arrived at Fort Ben
tom about nooa of the 4th, having left half
of her esrg at the Rapids. bb6 unloaded
and returned for the remainder. The North
Alabama arrived also on the 4th, and na
Ioaded. The Only Chance is on Dopban Rap
ice. The river is falling rapidly.
(ltorpuucs.-The magnificent Klyus
has received a new attraction. The manapo
Itters of that eetabli-hment, with an eye for
beauty,-eo marked in their relations with
their fellw-men--have introduced an elegant
counter, over which to satend the old demo
erotic spirits of better days and the more
conservative elixir that looketh red in the
PaLo msxa --Fred Strong arrived in
this city yeserday with a load of emigrants,
numbering eightees, from Corinne. He was
only ninetlee days making the trip. These
are principally mechanics from the K "tern
States who have sought here home. I
SNw GOODS.-A portion oft the Dia).
mend I train will arrive to-day or tn.morrow
loaded with groceris fcr Wallcott & IHrach,
of this city.
CAV-r-The city cisers at the corner
of Dridge and Man street caved in oe Satur
day night, leaving a large hole some ten feet
deep by iftee in diameter. It has bees
fenced in for fear of acctadts.
RAIp.--It rained very hard all day
yesterday I Virginia City, sad all down the
road towaroJ Salt I ke. It as indeed a ble
sag to the people of that side the mosn
Tua EasoRTr Iateaded tot U(en. Haim
eoe, eft tsis phe ader hege of art.
Cotab hr Vissis aty, to meet h Gen
eral, who it exaete to reach there by the
Uuat W. B. iMAYa strived yemto
dea hr Der Lb e and repote i on
tiler h p is a poserws emaitesn,
Sa. A. . . aunasid yesoegdny
buem sa ssOs am wspm tohe tmiles of
aabs e lle my me e sem=as of ti
XAon Owxia rrved on Stuarday
fra Fwot Owm mad fr him we1m tha"
. Prosprat for fai hr mp is thA lembe
Is omy prmabb
Kmu U0. Naui,. Faq.. Arrved b
-fmft ftro VbIgb" 0 JO pnm. m-c
q lmd rusw ut a" m r w
orme rteS Ot. SEp t
Se., a fecdoors bis oM
.on ~, a to. Prtw*
·ye additios are being coastartly made by
.mps.a him a- ftam both the Paci apd
Atlsatic coast. All goods are warraate1 to
be as representd. and sold at the lowest Ig
nae. Watches reptred in the best aser ac
short notice. "I am stal as the bphm," and
propose to bestow upon friends sad customere
she mmse rare bergais as beretofore.
dAwtf JERRY T. .ULIVAN.
Lie Warsos has asesmed the daties
of L. 8. Collector, and has removed sis ofce
to Broadway, two doors above Warre street,
where he will hold receptions daily. Allare
cordially invited to attend.
ARRI VALa.-- 'ells, Fargo a Co'a coach
brought in from Corinne A. Mark aid M. J.
McCermack, and considerable mail.
Bra.sI ARRIval.s.-Arrived from
Fort Benton, Frank Walker, T. M. Rees,
Otto Lebman, James Higgins, Mas Brown
and R. Shelly.
KAx %KAN. Is a fancy French dance.
bet if you want a fancy French dish. or ex
hilirating beverage you kha be akkommoda
ted to your heart's kontent at the
KAN-KAN, No. Wood street.
dall's uale Train -Thirty-two
Wagoms; eight and ten male
teams, now ready for the road.
Freight delitered with eer
talnty and celerit--the relia
ble Frelght Express of Mon
tana. Contracts Solicited. Ad
dress or apply to
april 1-d&w2m. Helena. M. T.
METCALF-DENNIS.- I Lowell, Mar.,
May 24th, at the residence of the bride's
mother, by Rev. H. II. Morgan, Alfred
Metcalf, V1q., of Los A.elos, Californian,
and Miss Jenie U., daughter of the late
Richard Dennis, Eqq., of Lowell.
At his residence, on Bridge street, at 5. p.
m., om the 5th most., Mr. W. F. Stein. Fu
neral at 10 a.m. Saturday. Services by Bibop
D. S. Tuttle. Friends ad acquaintances are
invited to attend.
LIUST OF LETTERiS
DEYAININ1 in Ithe onfce of Wells. Fargo &
June (6th. Il J.
Asndrsea G Adler R 3 Andersom 0
Akaus C Aldridge W , Arbuckle If
AckI., J W AlexaaderC W Adam. G M
Barmy 0 Ballard C 2 Brassom R
Bartlett J Bee P A Bice J
Ballard P 2 Boaekl kA Bemoter W C J
Deratt 8 E Brouo M Brald.-. A
Brea... 8 Bamon L Bsees. J
Crmwerd J F. Chetma 0 P Cw-lett J
Coleston J caywood W Calaben C
Cleghora J Cantor S Cutler Jessi.
'(ampar P Carer C O Csy D W
rbber J Dualap J I) Dessbsa a
D)ickso N F Desey W Darn1rr
I)e~ey J Dr D G 2
SElertW Edwrnd. J Eider C F
Erri. W Ellis W A
ramgr s F ame C Fon L 2
Fish"r A Furloag N Friedmas S
Fonda A Plies D1
Oroppes A Cu (llbas R A Osllewsk D
Gnbre!' J Ngkairk A Elalliawd HI
Drer 8 (iItvamlf Oruwel C O
Ilreel O Grim C (J.etly J
Gaylord 0 (lena. T B G1.1 [Ienry
'Giet Katie (Ileaso J
D~mm K E P lnto. P Uff..s. P
Hammack J Header.. J Harp.. J
Sanrrs.on H Humphrey A HaleJ
hlefuer H C Hudrso E
Jane HK Jubaue V W
KIaetuno C L King C Kol.. J W 2
Knisbi R 9 Koski* J P KIneb i
K.g.b C KenrnDV EKsuin P
Lied ) Lopez M Lybecher C
Miasnbr. Kate Ne(;illen 41 MeReyolde X
M EaKy C E 1h Laughhion J M.1..lanlt:
MulohrrS. J hbre JI K Murphy L
Harris L Miller C 8 Meriaraaa 1) W
Murray II R,' MHerkivita II Moritmer C
Nortn I' Natwmue 4 i1 Niles J
N S..trti e 11t
Overn F I, F )weru A
Pbililps N Perrwo Fell: Pnrsatze L
1 hl'tauzater ' P+."k II I bay W
Poiweria .1 Nt Pnrtt ti 11
Hippen J .N I''ode. () 7 Rotaerts.oi S
RIt.,n N Kuan.sv !( t hia, .
Holilins H J . I .i'.ata W V lls h 1
Ri.aatan ?I1 He.. V 'I Russel J S
8bo~ge.4 P swan F. Sellers J F.
$Ua.alrC( I' :wialh ('a F '"asE'rd It V II
S ce'. W' St.. ItJ 2i Rears J 1'
Sengars Wm tierten A lege l
Smiih F I Sta.ry 31 Scbnrder R A
Turner J 44:1 Tbout"'a J II Twks'rr J W
V.ugce J 3
Mail 1' V ins.au T V. rghlt J
Wilson R Wribo J T Wilamn &e
White U W Wright D [) W luwrO Il
Vt'! J~ I Wit t.erns 'r Willisiw,, WV ti
I Wtlbaura T J Will"stus N (}
. '1'T .;LLEPI[ Ac-%t.
L.I5"' 01' 1'AC iiGL!S
S I.HANI.D in tile ,llle of Wells. Fargo. & Cu..
-Juue Ctb,. .BC.4
Aiken S, Bailrl J, Beall A W. Breelh.n J II, Brit
tm W. Purn~ J. hirmirhbam. P. &'umming. T.
Carr 8 J, Compton J. i'ba) man A B. ('lem.,.m L.
CIh+rgett & 'l x,.n, Iutne bM. LDaviT A M. Deianits.
" T1, Dik'un 8, DLewekrs W. Des rdio I'. D).
mesbill F. Eagano .1, Forky A, 'isk & Stuet.
(;rove C A, II4tch D. llx James, H,,lzman 8 L.
Hilro O F. Heath H. Hill P1.1i. Iloyt ) i. Hara
lore (1. laks W IU. J R & Cu, J.bnuo A O,
Jeffres R H, Kelly W. Ledy Jas, Lee A 0, Lu
man It I., Leutcber J 1Y Marshall Trb,.. Mc
Craekes K R" Masm I) M, McCarty I, Memta ae
H I. Merrill D. MeMallao A II, Miller J R. Myers
II, Mofftt & llarbisoa, McPust J, MarkaJ. N,w.
Iam & Weary. Neweame D P- Poat Nettle Peter
we 8, Pritchard C, Payne W E, Quinn J. R·.sh
R, Resrb J. Reed E, Ruoeeebtae 8. Kuhrtoaek J J.
Rosetae J A. Mcaranage G. Sehilts I, Bimmons
A J. Shaka W B. Seldon IL Stenly C Storm H.
Nammelrlin :. Stewart J T. Sharp A M Sullivau
8, Uamber W G, Vamss J 0, Valitts P. Wit
eux D. Wright C, Wattelet D. Wade J, Wilsoo
A K, Wboeekk H L. Wilesi W H, Wuoda F t,
Willis R. Wells I. B.
I. P. GILLESPIE, Agtent.
DR. I. IWEBSTERt STONE,
P S 10&I ' I .·)Ie.
And Midke.-lIeatrkMs. will moke proetmImsl
vMsaet stU mers, Io the eay er ountry. Speisal
Mtt gvtw to dimme peemi.tr to idle. Co.
ealult s Ire. ad srtesly eemssdstal.
owsam yyr hmoetto il as.o ]e No. 177 If
rlr O IVI iy A Mlt 1 s a In * at ! ldsss
11.- M T. 1y2-d&w o
Stone vs. Brick
Why We bar k.4c
Toh eI hg mogg. amg,,
- MI .... M t ,.a_.R w ,.
I Pro tbe Sw Tursk W.ard.
T"ag.Ia NTLlMAW O@F THsE S.A
VeI ady of the samr of 1869.
The attention of all caadidates for
Delegate to Congress, is respectfully
called to the following. They might as
well be out of Congress as out of fash
Scarf rings-huge. gaudy. brazen and
biaarre-are piwue this season. having
sadly degenerated within the past few
months in connection with the unbe
coming blank of the Lord Stanley scart,f
the most stiff and ungraceful of inven
tions possib!e, and to be tabooed this
summer. Scarf pins of odd device, as
jockey caps, medallions, bulls-eyes, and
particularly, cameos, are in the height
of the mode and will be for the coming
summer. The larger and gaudier, the
more stylish; and the same may be said
of sleeve studs. in which the mania for
-econdary pastes has subsided-oddities
in oxydized silver or gold being most
sought. A -eturn to the open scarf may
be predicted; e.lors worn will be rather
gaudy than delicate-striped patterns
having the pretfrence. To ibis may be
added the scarf-pin-heads or animals
having the preference in the way of de
vice when the metal is worked without
gems, and cameos when the gem is at.
tecte4-and the outfit is complete in
this respect. Spirals are not as popu.
lar as formerly, except for full dress,
when real gems take the lead. Dia
monds of course, are al ways in order.
Next to them stand garnets. next ame
thysts. and neat tihe plain gold knob.
Devices are not in order: and button
studs are odious. or so voted. The ma
nta for bugs, tiles and other zoological
fantasies has subsided.
Lord Stanley, Dickens and the plain
blond will hold supremacy in the pat
terns of the collar; and fancy muslins
are to have a greater run than even last
Pantaloons are to be smade small in
tl:e leg. but to spring well over the f3ot.
Dresas vests are to be cut lower in the
front than last season, and single breast
ed. with an inside collar of silk in some
delicate shade of blue. lavender or red.
Brown, olive, blue or green tints in
various patterns will be most fashion
able for walking or business suits.
Dress coats are to be of medium
length, with the variation of very long
and rather wide rolls at the lappels.
The leading materials for suiting will
be melton and that very popular article
of Scottish wool which came in last
fall to a considerable extent. Stripes,
as for several seasons, will have the
preference for pantaloons-the single
side-stripe holding its place, for which
thanks to the taste for the graceful.
The effort just now as for the intro
duction of the blue-dress coat, with
metal buttons, into a fashionable soceie
ty, which revives a fashion paxe since
The graceful sack, everybody will be
glad to hear, is coming in this seasont
The double-breasted frock, with faced
collar, and cut to be worn buttoned.will
stand first for street wear this szring.
Of course, you will not forget that
the G(recian Bend shoe is the shoe of the
The business coat will be either of
jaunty English style or a sack of short
pattern, rounded at the corners in front,
and with large pocket lappels.
An eff,rt is to be made to introduce
hats of positive colobr this season.
EDITOR U'OT : There is but one sen,
timent prevailing among the Republi
cans of Beaverhead county, to wit :
That they will stand by the call of the
Republican Territorial Committee, and
Irespond to that call by sending six good
and true men to represent them in t-e
Territorial Convention to be held on the
21st inst., at Helena, and a convention
for that pUopose is to convene at Bear
,rhead the 5th inst. The call is signed
by A J. Smith, Chairman of the Repub.
liean Committee of Beaverhead County.
'IT-day the lion. Thos. Watson and
I 1en. Thomplson. delegates to the Demo
cratic Convention, departed for Ielena.
We believe they are all strong Cava
naunh men except Mr. Joseph A.
Hrowne. who is a Stapleton man. In
their rimary meeting Mr. Stapleton
carried everything. but in their convrn
tion to notuinrte delegates. Mr. Cavan
augh's friends had it their way. How
this unrexpected c!iange was brought
about we will let you guess. The ion.
Sample Orr and Ml:jor Bruce were left
out in the cold by their friends, if they
had any. But a T-rritorial Convention
is a "nmighty ousartin" thing, and no
one can tell what will happen when
that body meets.
IINNA('K DITCHI COMPANY.
A. J. Smith leaves on the 2nd with
his coach and four for Helena.
Mr. A. F. Heath. a mem.er et the
firm of Smith & (raeter has departed
for Ft. Benton to loo tafter their goods
and (,x train. This firm is doing a
splendid business. They have a large
interest in the Hannack Ditch and Min
ing Company. which, perhaps, owns the
most miles of ditch and the most exI'
tensive placer mines owned by any com-o
pany in the Territory, and their mines
are paying regularly an ounce *o the
hand. Mr. A. F. (raeter, :he other Imem
her of Smith & Graeter, gives his undi
vided attention to these mines.
I'IONEER COM PANY- -YIELD, ETC.
The Pioneer Ditch C.,mpany's new
ditch will be completed in about ten
days. This company, with a small head
of water, is taking out regularly an
onuce to the hand. From the last in
formation that we can get, an ounce to
the hand is about the yield of our mines,
and cannot be less if water holds out
for the semason. We include Horse Prai
rie mines in this estimate. At present
the supply of water is good; the recent
rains have helped, and there is but little
doubt of its holding out.
Tihe Derler-Fauld's furnace is smelt
ing and cupelling, and Mr. dtapleton is
succesfully running the Tootle & Leach
furnace at Argenta. We have full
faith in Argentine and make the aasr
ion that it silver or of that district
won't pay to smelt thee Is no ae of
trying say other silver district yet Cis
covered la bhis Territory. We belleve
Mr. Stapleton will make this ,,opra;i',t
pay haadsomely-don't know thLr,gh
whether or not be can miake a su'b*
out of the Democratic Territoria (.,n.
rention, as there may no: be th!, ri.1.
kind of sux at hand to reduc :L- .
(Orr) in that locality. iu you;; t-:.
about the cutlel.
Baonack, J.ue 1, 1 ..9.
COLLECTING TAXlE. I N( II
Au ismerestcal Question of County
Fr. BENTO', June 2. °..
EIDITTR Po-T : I wish to call I!.- adt
tention of Montana Phipp*r*a va ti,.
M3irouri river, V, the tact of an a::.-:A,.
to collect in this County tLt-ir T'-rr;.
rial and County taxes for the- v.-ar .
The Assessor here claims, thiat un,..
the law, as published in the i .4k
Mountain Gaztlte ff January 22. b.e;i
hae can asees and collect :axe" (,, a
property found in Choteau Cou:ty. ur..
less a receipt for the payment : .
same. from the offiBer of wsm n'
bCounty can be prduced, thuu :,*-.g.
nas to pay taxes on merchandise in :na.
ito. I would therefore suggest you pIu
lish this fact, and say to all parties ;
terested to, have their property a&, -
in their several Counties. andi t'-_ n.._
cesary prapers sent t) Ft. Bento.,
protect them from the Choteau Co ¢c- v
construction of the law.
Yours, etc .
('iAItLES T. 1-.E LI-.
Territorial papers please copy
THE SIIt.PLER FAILURE.-L'Tih New
York Tribune says: It will ,rb :.
take from four to six weeks for "i'
firm to ascertain the amo'int ( .:,r4
liabilities. so vast were their 1,1-: Lgs
transactions in this coun'ry and Ea;
In the meantime, tbhe expect to , ae
to resume busines.s again. TAhe 4;ir
man bankers and brokers of this ci;y
have tendered to the first a loan (,t .i,'H,
(00, but on ascertaining that th:.s urt
would not be sufficient to meet the I,..
mands on the firm, it was leci l-,i :to
raise $1.000.000 at once to enabl- the
old and trusted firm to resume blua;nee,
again. Messrs. Schneiwind, FranLk
Schepper, bankers and brokers at N).
52 Exchange-place. and Messrs. Kre'r
SIlertel, brokers. of No. 4$ Broad t:ree:.
have both been obliged to suspeLd
business in conr.quence of the failure
of Shepeler & Co. They hope, l'owver,
to be able to resume again in a short
time, as assistance has been offerei them
by their brot;ier brokers.
a li li . . . .
The P. S. Bartlett movement. with e'ra jew.a.
Chrbnometer Balace. Palest Dast "ap. Patent
Saety Pinion. and all other late imp-.*vemen',
il a solid 3 os. Coin Silver liastiag Clae. wits
Gold Joists. O27 coin.
The cI me is 4 ca. mae $). Is S oz. case 33 ein
Tbhe Waltham Wat-k Co. movemt, with extra
Jewels, Chrosometer B1a-e.., Patent Dust Cap.
Patent Sa.bty Pin.la, ae. is 3 os. came, with
Gold Joints. $30 cas.
The same in 4 ow. case 33. Io 5 a. osee 136 ocis.
The Appleton, Tracy & Co. movemoet. with extra
Jewels,. Cbroeometer Balaoe. Patent D[at Cap
l'atet Safety 'isiuo., Ae. is 3 us. case, G old
Joists $34 cois.
The mine Is 4 us. aes. $37. Is S us. 40 e.is.
P. S. Bartlett Watek I. !} oe. 1I karat Gold
Hasting Cane 60 eil
Waltham Watch Co. Watch, ins 3t o. ~9 karat
Gold H ating came 6@4 coin.
Appletoa Tracy & Co. Watch. Io 21 ow. 1. karat
GoM BHastig esee *O' eoui.
Any additional weight at 1 er" pat . ',r f O per
We will seed any of the above by) Wl;: Fargo
- Co's Expres wirb bill to collert on delivery.
and give the prhaser the privil.we to examinef
the Watch before laying. All express charge
however, to be paid by the purchaser But if the
amoest of the price of the Watch is remitted to
me with the order, we will prepay the express
charges to Ran Francisco ,orselves. In send.ng
money, drafts os elli Fargo & Co are preferred
We wish it distinctly understorti that thesr
Watebes are the very best. with ail the latet :m
pr"tvemtuente, anl that they are in perfect runting
order. (a guarantee from ttle manolnf.eturer ac'
panes each watch) and if any .n.e does not p.rti)r
well, we will exchange it. or reotard te m .Tey.
Plea.i .ts.e that %-ua saw t'is in the Mrl TA.
HOWARD & CO.,
.ewre'ers and -ilrersa:'t.,
619 Broadway N. Y.
In order th..t all may ad Ire.. us with co,,filen.i
"e refer. tT lpermission, to .les.rs. We'.. 'Fargo
& Co.. or t., ay of their agents on the l'PacTS
Coast f el3DE & '.m
[NOTICE .N,. el.J
Application for Patent.
U. S. I.AND OFFIC;:.
le'enao. M. T.. Feb. 2.th. 1," )
TOTIt:E is hereby given that tL ' i. ;C e
SMlirning Company of Montana. 'I.c'; Sr
under the Iaws of the State of I'PIL.S 'tA::,t b'
this day ibroni.h their authorizeI a, .r. !;-, i'
II Tatem, of Lnionville. Iwa's at 1 ':a: ke I at'
MI T. made application fo,r paoent ut. :. 8'
ol Congress aippoved July r . -. : r
linear feet on the Union LsILe N.2 , a n,.
site for saMe, situated in To.rni~..r : Ie J- .
4 A est from Principal .leri.tian. :c,:r, I ern
tory and described a f.llos:
I'laim No. 3 Eas t --beint.ir at tie t \t V '
toer of lot No 5:1 A and running then. N. e " .e
3 nm in. l 100 feet; theoe. N. r4 defr t n.. "
it f.eet t., the N . E. ci, nor ,,f h t .Nu :;l, 1,. ý t,
5. S .lg 3d mit. W 10) feel; thene -I d
:u0 in. U. 2V3 feet to ;lla'e ..f beg:n: itr
Claim No 3 West-begtnning at the ,t' ""
of Lot No 51. A, ar.d running thence N ;, .
mia E 100 feet; thence N L deg 5 !ui ;wn W.
lel with oroppicgs ,,1 Lode] t*.2 fe: '. t, Le ;f . I:'t
line between this claim av:d the di'c"vIer'." c':
on the Owybee Lode; thence 3 5 der ;y It m~
100 feet along said division line; theL.e r- t; ,a
15 min I 225 feet to place of beginning, ti. cla'
being 199 feet in the direction of the re era
course of the Lode [N el deg 3) mian \V.
Mill Site -beginning at a post from which ti:
Wat corner of Lt N. 51 R. ibars N I dl
min W distant 437 fret. at.d r.lninf t br:
de 45. min E 505 feet; thence S F de '
thenme. N 77 deg 13 min W :."1 feet: ttl. r.~
W x0t feet, thence uN 5 deg ): t.il tee" to
Claim No 3 East is bounded on euar end I) the
claime of the Manfeld .Mlning Compa-t.
Clain N., 3 West is bounded on earhb enI by`
Celins of the National Miniug & Expl.titL(g
Mill Site is bounded on the North. F as
South by various claimants in the vills
Unionville. No known claimants on the We'
The total area of Land claimed is 5...1 s',
and the same is moge fully described in the "t
sad Diagram ted this OA*e, copies of 3
are posted as the begin sing e.rme of Claim ;S
West and so the betlsing corner of the ,.ill
0. B. o BA.^ ,..
mytewit " _
disolved by murtal sooent.. Ass i-b'
ebitl to aid irm will pies e call d
medst settems t. Either m ben of the
eatherised to neetipt all bills ofi sd. l
tUes vig elims agaim the t ae Old
Spo*e them med.ssrly. Oe aO h
rlndef T. E. & D. 0- Tnt.
JOHN T. 1.8 T
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