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From the Dally Herald of January 15.
A Splendid Bill of Fare.
The following is the bill of fare of the
grand banquet at the Hot Springs, on Friday
night, in honor of Capt. Nat. Pope and his
lovely bride. This superb feast was gotten
up under the supervision of Len Robinson,
of the St Louis Bowling Alley, the prince of
caterers. Len is not only known m Montana,
but in many of the Eastern cities, as a caterer
of excellent taste, and one who can hardly be
surpassed. This was his
BILL OF PAKE.
- aoor. hu
.... Fresh Oyster*. . h .
KOAST. ,*> ,
Turkey aux Çautia, with Truffles apd Cranberry
Jelly. Capons a la Anglaise, with Mushrooms and
Currant Jelly. ÖSte alaÜde. '
, . fil ,/ k » —
. KNTR1KS. .
Broiled Spring Chickens, < 1 v
Braded Sheep Tongues, sauce piquant, ) y,
SWeet Breads, à la Reine,
1 h Tambal Parisoenne. ' •
Teal Ducks, With Currant Jelly.
a 1 I .yinbcira ..
VEGETABLES. 'll 1 i L»
Mashed Potatoes, French PeoSj Mushrooms,
Lady Fingers, Kisses, Jeliy Cake, Aft* langues.
Jelly Rollpl Trench T*a biscuit. Pound Cake,
Almond Cake. Fruitcake, CurrentCnke, Lady
Cake, Calaux, Maccaronies. t' it
H ORNAMENTAL. COnEECTWNaKY,
, Maccaroon Webb.
' BESSERT. I
Nuts, Hals Ins, Mottoes, Candies, Crystallzed
■ i. Fruits. s-t
Vanilla Ice Cream.
,, French Uoil. t rench Twist.
WINES. . '< ''
St. Louis Imperial, Claret, lleidaiok,
Krug, Widow Cliquot.
For the State«.
Colonel L. B. Church, U. 8. Assessor of
Internal Bevenue, accompanied by Ida wife,
left on the overland coach yesterday morning
for the States. The Colonel will visit Wash
ington during the winter, and return early in
the spring, while Mrs. C. will remain at lier
home in Illinois until next fall. Wo wfeh
them a pleasant journey.
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The First Lri lnrr,
Rev. Mr. Stoy will lecture at the Methodist
Church, on Saturday evening, January 20th,
instead of Monday evening, January 22nd as
before announced. This change is rendered
necessary, as the time for holding the Metho-
dist Festival has been changed, and the even-
ing first advertised for the lecture, appropri
ated. W. R. BULLARD, Sec'y.
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At his own request, and by direction of the
President, Brig. Gen. Benjamine W. Brice,
Paymaster General, is retired from active,
service and his name will be entered upon thé
listjof retired officers with thatgraglo to which
- ^ «« <•> ►» w.
Among the passengers from Yirgluia City,'
w ho arrived on the overland last night, were
Judge Symes, Hon. R. Lawrence, Cornelius
Hedges, Col. W. F. Sanders and Mr. Searles
of the valley.
1 Information Wanted.
Any information as to the whereabouts of
Henry Ashmead, who left Madison county in
1807, will be thankfully received by William
Ferm, Sheridan P. O., Madison county, M.
T. J \ !
West Ride Item«.
From the Independent of the 13th inst.
Mr. Henry Incamp, of Philipsburg, has
been in town several days, on business. He
reports that all the mines are yielding a good
quantity of ore.
John O'Connor had a hearing before Judge
Irvin, on Saturday last and was bound over
in the penal sum of $3)0, to await the action
of the next Grand Jury. In default of bail,
he was placed in jail. It seems that he made
an assault upon his wife, with a shovel, in«
flirting severe injuries upon her ; but which
arc not of a dangerous nature
Some anxiety is felt, as to the safety of Mr.
Thomas Mishot, of this place. He left home
some six weeks ago to bring np some of his
stock from the Gallatin, and nothing definite
is known of his wherealtouts since. His
family and friends still think he is unharmed,
at he was a careful man and had along a good
Our friend and townsman, Howard H.
Zenor, late Clerk and Recorder of this county
has been confined to his room for eight or ten
-—re-- imi » m -
—The funeral of Geo. H. Hanna, which
took place in Virginia City, on the 11th inst
was the largest and most imposing ever wit
nessed in that place. Both houses of the
Legislature and the Supreme Court adjourned
in respect for the dead.
—The Doily Mouton ion bn* suspended.
From the Daily Herald of January 18.
Hon Iliram Knowles, Judge of the Second
District Court, is In the city, having arrived
from Virginia yesterday.
Among the arrivals from Virginia on last
evening's coach, were Hons Seth Bullock, F. A.
Ralston, W. W. Dixon and Granville Stuart.
Major Boyce has returned from the Capital.
Hon. Robert Fisher, the able Councilman
from Jefferson, paid us the compliment of
a call at our sanctum this morning. Mr.
Fisher arrived on the coach from Virginia
last night, and after visiting a day or two in
the Metropolis, will proceed to his home in
Springville. Councilman Fisher has made a
good record during the session just closed, and
he will be received by his constituents with
"well done thou good and faithful servant."
-i»*Another furnace in the Helena Reduc
tion works will be started In a few days.
Abundance of first rate ore is arriving from
Jefferson, Prickly Pear and Ten Mile.
—Our dispatches from Bozeman state that
it commenced snowing this morning at 2 a.
m, A dispatch from Snake River says it
snowed six inches last night, aud still at it.
— S. C. Thomas and George A. Soule, were
up before Justice Totten yesterday, on charge
of stealing wood from the International
HoteL In default of bail they wero both.com
mitted to jail/ i
—The Ladies' Fair will commence next
Monday evening, and continue during the
week. The various committees are working
hard, in arranging and 'decorating the balls,
and collecting articles, ornamental and fancy.
The Fair cannot fail to be a grand success.
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At the fair of the Sisters of Charity, held
at Heleua last week, a cane was voted away
to the most popular man in the Territory; and
as might be expected, according to the "eternal
fitness of things," the shillelah went into the
honest maulers of Captain R. E. Fisk, editor
of the Herald. — Reporter, 9fA inet.
A mistake. Tlife cane passed into the keep
ing of our popular County Treasurer. It was
the dressing gown that came to us, and there
wasn't such a "fitness" about it to boast much
of, either. It was too "long In the reach,'
and those "honest maulers" of the Captain
were sequestered in six Inches or more of its
ample sleeves. Such are popularity and Charity
Fair dressing gowns !
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A National Park.
The Hon. N. P. Langford of Montana, the
leader of the famous Yellowstone Expedition
of 1870, and several scientific aud literary
gentlemen, are engaged in an effort to have
the Yellowstone region declared a National
Park. Thé district, of which sottie features
have been described in Scribner'» Morithly, is
said .. i e unadapted for agricultural, mining
or r nufacturing purposes, and it is proposod
to have its magnificent scenery, hot springs,
geysers and catarocts forever dedicated to
public uses as a grand national reservation.
Congress Is to bè petitioned to this effect.—
Territorial Enterprixe, 7 th in»t.
Fatal Affray in Chinatown.
About 7 o'clock last night a stabbing affray
occurred in Chinatown, between two Mon
golians, in which one of them was fatally in
jured. It appears that the quarrel originated
in a shooting scrape, which occurred about
two weeks ago. The name of the man who
was stabbed is Ah Sung. He lived but a few
moments after the fatal blow was given. The
Immigrer attempted to make bis escajie, but
was overtaken by Officer Stapleton, and soon
afterwards lodged in jail.
Canyon Ferry, M. T., Jan. 15, 1872.
To the Editor of the Herald :
A large number of tlic miners, farmers,
and others, residing in the vicinity of Stafford
Ferry, met at the above place for the purpose
of changing the name of the Post Office. It
was deemed absolutely necessary, from the
fact that there are now several Post Offices
by that name, and, from the similarity, great
Upon motion, Westley Basye was called to
the Chair and Joseph Flick was appointed
After stating the object of the meeting,
upon motion by Dr. Jno W. Reins, the name
of Canyon Ferry P. O., Meagher County,
Montana Territoiy, was changed to Staffords
ville, Meagher County, M. T.
The motion was put and unanamously car
Upon motion of R. L. McGonigal, the Hel
ena papers were requested to publish the pro
ceedings of this meeting, and the Postmaster
at Helena be earnestly requested to use his
influence with the Postmaster-General at
Washington, to order the change of name, in
compliance with the wishes of all persons
benefited by this Post Office.
WESLEY BASYE, Chairman.
Joseph P. Flick, Sec'y.
v Virginia City, January 13. —The following
are the principal bills that became laws :
The Revenue Act.
The Liscensc Law.
The Civil Practice Act.
The Criminal Practice Act.
Codification and General Laws.
Law on Last Wills and Testaments.
The Settlement of Estates,
The School Law.
An Act to remove the Capital to Deer
Funding Art for Lewis and Clarke.
Territorial Funding Act.
Legislative Appointment Act.
An Art authorizing the removal of County
The China Act.
An Act repealing and reducing Extra Com
An Act in relation to County Attorneys, and
about sixty minor bills.
From the Doily Herald ot January IT.
Hon. D. P. Wade, Chief Justice of the Su
preme Court, has returned from Virginia City.
The court adjourned last Thursday.
Col. E. W. Toole arrived from Virginia
City last night on the overland coach.
Lieut. Jerome, who has lmen stopping in
the Metropolis for several days past, re
turned to Fort Shaw this morning.
We were pleased to receive a call, last
evening, from lion. A. H. Mitchell, President
of the Council, at the last session of the Leg
islature. Contrary to our expectations, Dr.
Mitchell has proved an able and impartial
presiding officer. He left for Deer Lodge
this morning, accompanied by his wife.
The Reduction Works were stopped last
night, the pump not working well. They
will start up again tide evening. Mr. Böhm
the manager, has worked incessantly since
the commencement of this great enterprise,
and he is entitled to much praise. The ad
vantage of these smelting works to the Me
tropolis can hardly be over-estftnated and the
good results will soon be manifest. Mr. Bohm
informs us that within a week from this time
should the preaentfaworahle weather continue,
he will have sufficient ore mined and delivered
to ran two furnaces during the Winter: This
ore is from Teh Mile, Prickly Pear and Jet.
fersrtn, and is said to be of a superior quality.
- , a Fortunate man.
Our friend John H. Curtis, according to the
G,mette, has just met with a streak of luck
which don't fall to the lot, of man very often.
It says: "Wo learn at a very late hour that
our old friend John H. Curtis has received a
telegram from England, from the widely
known attorneys, Messrs. Stokes & Varnish,
of London, that a granduncle of his, Mr. C.
B. Alter, residing at Greenwich, has just died,
and bequeathed to Mr. Curtis a fortune con
sisting of about two hundred thousand pounds.
This news will be most gratifying to the great
host of friends which this gentleman has in
Montana aud in Missouri, who kuow Iiim as one
of her oldest and most prominent of our citi
zens, one of our earliest and bravest pioneers ;
and, among the myriads of his acquaintances,
we are glad to be the first to offer our con
mat Carroll. &
The Pioneer, in noting the arrival, at
Missoula, of one of our "solid" men, pays
that gentleman the following handsome
compliment: "Matt. Carroll, one of the
oldest inhabitants, has been in town for sev
eral days. He left for Helena on yesterday
morning's coach. Matt is eminently entitled
to be regarded as one of the earliest Pioneers,
having come to'the mountains from St. Louis
nearly seventeen years ago.
Coming to Fort Benton, in 1809, he engaged
in the mercantile business at that point, driv
ing a brisk and profitable trade with the tu
dians, and white men visiting that outpost of
civilization. Some three years ago he closed
up his business at that point, and made a
somewhat extended visit to the old folks in
Scotland. Returning after an absence of sev
eral mojitlis from the Territory, he aided in
the organization of the Diamond "R" fast
freight line, with which he is still connected,
and in whose interest he visited our town re
cently. Matt is one of the many men that
are to be met with in the mountains who de
nied themselves early in life, "the genial in
fluences of civilization," and sought an 'abid
ing place' in these wilds, and we are glad to
say that for this isolation and attendant hard
ship.«, fortune has smiled propitiously upon
Mr. Henry McFarland, of Helena, arrived,
here last Saturday evening, and is engaged at
the drag store of Air. A. H. Ross, on Main
street. We extend to our young friend Me
Farland a hearty welcome, and bespeak for
him a pleasant sojourn in Missoula, with
hope that he may become a permanent resi
dent of our flourishing town.— Pioneer, 13th
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Mr. Charles Curtis, late of the firm of Cur
tis Bros., has opened a wood yard and is pre
pared to supply wood of all grades and to
suit all stoves, for hairing or heating. Mr,
Curtis intends to make this branch of business
a specialty, and we are confident he will do
well. Orders left at the store of John II
Curtis will receive prompt attention.
Corinne, January 16.—Several passenger
trains from the East consolidated at Bryant
and left at 9:15 this morning. Two passen
ger trains have arrived at Ogden, and another
is expected to arrive about 8 p. m. The Cen
tral Pacific train is awaiting its arrival.
—Dr. Reece, the attending physician, in
forms us that Judge Clancy, who has been
lying dangerously ill at the St. Louis Hotel,
is improving, and is now in a fair way of re
co very. We are glad to hear it.
—The Committee of Arrangements of the
Ladies' Fair are busily engaged in preparing
for the exhibition which commences next
Monday. The halls on Broadway are being
decorated, and some improvements addod,
giving more room and convenience.
—AVe are indebted to Gen. Loomis, in
charge of the Land Department of the N. P.
R. R., for valuable maps and pamphlets,
issued from his office, and containing a vast
amount of information concerning the route
and progress of construction, and of the
great eontinental line, the description of the
country through which it passes from Lake
S '"cr:cr to Pt'trct Sc"v. A .
LIST OF I.FITERS
Romain ini; in the Post Office uncalled for at Helena, M
T., on the 17th day of January, 187«.
Cartier G G
Cutlin C W
Dayton J R
Davis Ed 2
Débordé J M
Edwards W P
Fallon P M
Harrington J 8
Levys O Antonio 3
Mason O M
Majore N L
Patnau J O
Uedy Miss Mary
Robmson J M
Sharp M F
Smith JesBe L
Sturges D B 2
a H. CROUN8B, P. M.
Throw in Reinforcements.
Tho Citadel of life is In a state of siege all through
the year, tmt is never more closely Invested than In
mid-winter. The liver is usually somewhat torpid, and
the bowels more or lees constipated at this season, and
dyspepsia often assumes it« most aggravated term in
cold and wet weather. In short the sluggish system
seems Inclined to Intermit or shirk some of Us ffioet
important duties under the influence of a low temper
atures and requires wholesome stimulation. The spur
required is Hoetettcr's Stomach Bitters, the,only medi
cine which quickens the action of the secretive organs
and brings out the latent vitality of the system, with
out creating any febrile eyraptoms, or the slightest
The great vegetable tonic Is not recommended as a
specific for coughs colds and consumption— that Hold
being left open to tlie. concocter» of preparations which
cannot bvany possibility reach the-lungs 1 but as a
specific for the constitutional and physical weakness
which invite pulmonary disease, It is literally infallible.
Tlie most insidious and terrible enemy of human life is
not disease Itself, but the weakness which affords It an
opportunity to gain a firm hold of the vital system.
Remember that Stamina, Vital Energy—the Ufe princi
ple, or whatever you may choose t® call'the resistant
power which battle* against the causes of disease and
death, is the grand safeguard of health. It Is the gar
rison of the human fortress, and when It waxe9 weak,
the true policy Is to throw In reinforcements. In other
words,- when snch an emergency occurs, commence a
course of Hostetter's Bitters.
The gennine Dr. Sage'S Catarrh Remedy lia» the
words R, V. Pierce, M. D., Sole proprietor, Buffalo,
N. V., priuted on the outside wrapper; also Dr. Pierce's
portrait, name aud address printed upon the Govern-
ment Stamp which Is upon each package. All others
are base counterfeits or immitations. Remember this
and ypu will be sure to get the genuine.
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In spite of yourteetli, "
Both above and beneath
Being lightly enamel'd and thin,
, They will never break down,
Nor turn yellow nor brown,
If tlie Sozodont'a dally brushed In
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.Spalding's Glue, save and mend the pieces.
For Sale !
The hotel known as the "Half-way House," Boeetnan
Road, with born, well, and all Improvements essential
for a first-class public house ; 160 acres of arable land,
enclosed with a good fence ; also, horses, cows, hogs,
buggy, fanning implements, etc. It is by far the best
location on tlie Bozeman Road.
Tlie death of my father, the news of which baa jo
reached me, ren4ers my immediate return to the Ea
For price and further particulars, apply at the Hal
way House, lu
d&wtf-n* a L. STANLEY.
uy, vv me on
ted Ale and
Street, have just arrived, the following articles, viz.
Grape Brandy of a fine quality, ^ - J
of California Wines, Missouri
in bulk and bottle». Imported
Wine Vinegar, Swiss and Lii
Iloney in comb, Dried Peaches,
Cigars of the best brands, Liquors of all kinds.
We would respectfully call the attention of the tree
to our Immense stock. Prices moderate.
DENN S BINEEL,
Wholesale Wine and Liquor Dealers.
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Tt»c Leading Jewelry House of the Pacific Coast 1»
J. W. Tucker & Co., of San Francisco.
Tlqy rno«t noted manufacturers of watch chains, j«w
elry sets of elaborated design, and ladies' and geiit'i
rings of exquisite finish, are Tucker A Ca, of San
The Jewelry House that receives all tlie orders from
the Interior in their line of trade are J. W. Tucker Se
Co, of San Francisco. dl wedfw-mhl
What they tUtnk at the White House
of the United States Watch Co's
Tlie following Is from Gen Porter, President Grant's
Washington, D. C., Oct., ISth, 187L
Dear Sir—M y watch hss kept excellent time since
I have carried it. Yesterday, In some unaccountable
is broken, will you re|
the' works ;'they have never beeu olle»!
since the watch left the factory.
way, the crystal was broken, will you replace it, and oil
j oiled or examined
________ _________________ I expect to be in
New York a day, about Thursday or Friday of next
week, and I wfll call at your place, 13 Maiden lane, for
the watch.' You« very truly,
(Signed) HORACE PORTER.
F. A. Giles, Esq.
The watch referred to above, is No. 27,335, Stem
Winder, Trade Mark "John W. Lewis—manufactured
by the United States Watch Ca, fGUc-s, Wales & Co.,)
Marion, N. J."— und has been carried by Gen. Porter
for over a year. We are glad to see that our officials in
high places appreciate f.ne American mechanism, and
nple of p
set the example of patronizing home productions In
stead of sending our gold abroad for inferior articles.
IffANI FACTlIRIXV ESTABLISHMENT
Carriage«, Cutters, Bob Bled*, Wheel
barrow«, miner*' Pick«, Etc.
The largest carriage manufactory in Montana is that
owned and run by Wl McLean, corner of Main and
Grand street», Helena. No matter how badly a car
riage be smashed up, McLean will soon turn it out aa
good as new. Just now the establishment is turning
out a lot of »ingle and bob »led», which for durability,
far exceed those made In the State*. A new break (an
Invention by McLean! 1» attached to the runner, by
which mean» the sliding from one side of the rood to
the other is entirely obviated "
no mistake. Mr. McLean
d It is a good thing, and
has on liana, and is having
lag trade, a large supply of
* ' , Chargea
manufactured for the spring
Minera' Picks—which are kuown to be A k.
for everything are low down, to suit tlie tlmesl Wagoi
tires as low as fifteen cent» tier pound, and all repairing
All work guaranteed to give
In the same proixin
IMPORTANT TO MINEES.
MINERAL LAND SURVEYS.
Having been appointed Depnty Surveyor of mineral
lands for tlie whole TarrHory ot Montana. I am now the
only pereon in the Territory that is legally authorized
to make mineral land survey* for patent niider the acts
make mineral land survey* for patent niider the
Congress of July 28th, 1818, and June 9th, 187».
Bo second survey will be required when the pre
nary survey has beat executed by myself.
I keep on hand all the blanks that are requisite In
All requisite proofs can be made before me at th«
survey ha* been executed by myself,
n hand all the blanks that are
AU requis _____
time of making the preliminary survey.
For cum of surveys, publication fees, etc., call upon
or address me at Helena, M. T.
No charge made for advice or Information.
Office on Breckenrldg* near Kodnev street, next door
U. a Land Office»
d£wlf-myl5 GEO, a FOOTS.
FOB THE HOLIDAYS.
and a variety of other fur sots, for Ladies,
Misses and Children.
Silk and Poplin Bros« (Hoods.
Our stock of ' ! 7
: j iiii w t it in
WINTER CiOOBS ANB CARPETS
for the Jobbing and Retail Trade Is complete
'■11 J* / 4 . i;; -!D 1'
tn every department. ,
-.KW H KI fBlwl'-Vi.iu rit: ten
Order« Carefully and Pre«
i lid I ;<i 1
d&wtf-decl2 , SANDS BROS.
At the residence of the bride's parents, In this city,
•a Thursday, the 11th inst, by Rev. Wm. IL fltoy,
1 Iplscopal minister of Deer Lodge, Capt Nathaniel
Pope, of New Mexico, and Mary B, eldest daughter of
tage Wm. Chamasero.
[Chicago and Peru, (III,) papers please copy.
On Tbniaday, the 11th inst, by the Hot. Bather Van
Gorp, in thia city, Daniel Sullivan to Mis* Jane Raney,
alt of Mtseonri Valley, Meagher county.
At tto Cosmopolitan Hotel, January 15th, by Rev. Dr.
. T. Cnriles, Mr. wm. D. Robins and Mass Nettie
Beniey, both of Missouri Valley. .
On the 9th of December, 1871, In Radorsbarg, to the
wife ot K. W. Wood, a son.
On the 10th lust, to the wife of Mr. H. C. White, a
son, weighing 12 pounds.
On Saturday, Jan. 13th, to tka wife of A. K. Will,
At Hammtlton, Gallatin valley, on Friday, January
12 th, to the wHe of John Potter, a fine boy.
In Missoula, on the 9th Inst. Jot consumption, John
Ritchie, aged about 88 years.
In this city, January 11th, 1672, Bareh J., wife of Ed
ward Haskell, in the twth year of her age.
Homer, Courtland and Ogdeushurg, (N. Y.) papers
List it Papers, Ptrioâicals, Eataaiies, Etc
TOR SALE BY . * "•
JOHN T. WARD,
POST OFFICE STORE,JIEIJCNA, M. 'tt
os ton Pilot
Leslie's Chimney Corner.
" German '
Boys and Girls.
Illustrated Police New».
'*• " Gazette.
New York Tribune.'
" . " World.
" " Times.
" " Bun.
s- ■- issr-
Turf, Field and 1 Farrii.
Moores Korol New Yoricer.
St Louis Republican. t
Nejy Orleans Picayune.
,-MONTHLIES.—, i : j
Wild Oats. -
Yankee Notion«,, . |
Budget of Pun.
Lessllc's Ladles' Magazine.
Peterson's " ••
Demurest'» •* " i
Godey's " ' - "
I*dte » Friend "
Any of the aJbmefur |1.50 per quarter, |8.00/or 6 month».
Weekly Territorial Enter
pries, t2 per quarter.
V averly Magaaiae, do
London News, 8 per qr.
YVilks' Spirit |2 per quar'tr
Alta Californian " "
Ban Francisco Bulletin do
Sacramento Union do
Ban Francisco Exain'nr do
Courier De San Francisco
$3 per quarter.
All the above P
in or Out of the
rs mailed re
m or out or t ne rerntorv, at tno am
subscriptions must be puiil in advance.
time paid tor.
discontinued at the ei
The Klnff of mineral Spring* is the Ger
man Seltzer :
Tarrant's Ettbrvescxnt Seltzsr Apkkiznt
Is Its duplicate. Letters attesting Its wonderful Tonic
Aperient and antl-BHlous qnallfles swarm In from
every source. Tbs question has been settled whether
artificially medlctfted waters may not be equal to those
which burst sparkling from the earth Itself. They can ;
and the Beltze; iqierfent, when undoubtedly pure and
genuine, prove* IlieMi t. Be caution*. Accept
non e other.; ;8tfLD BY ALL I>HUOGIBTK
• T. HAUSER
a O. CORBIN
First National Bank,
MAIN STREET, HELENA MONTANA.
Designated Depository of the United States.
OOLD DUST, COIN AND BULLION
d*wtf-jy9# , _
NEW CUT OFF l
Mews. Dumphy A Dounhouer's new grade over tho
main range, via Ten Mils and the French Woman 1 »
Ranch, Is now open to travel ot all description. Ob
and after this dato, reasonable toll will be collected.
This route is twelve miles shorter than by any other
cross the mountains, and poa n eow o s the best grade - ---
trvi ilahBin will take notice. dAw8m-*a£U