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) 4itu'1@RYM rir PO FEDERAl, OFFICERS
Governor..........aNJ. F. POTTs. Virgi ia City
8ocr'et,,irv ......... J. E. CALLAWAY.
Chief Jretice.....l). ..Wr& i .... HBoelenta.
' "sitjo e it. i.+s~ lixsA ' .lV'I.' BozIrli.
U.: S Diet. Att'v S. C.M. C. A IY a ....I.. Itaslersburg.
8turvevor (Genle, i.ollN E. lLAilNE. •I.hlena.
)tagis.er of Lainds. 'O- So .Ho. i lelena.
* V I C ILD ....
.it lnin Ii n4 f-rst .IA.R is VIiiL. Tielen&. "
U." S. Marshal ..... 'diM. ' I.V/ll ExilII SlClOIx.
A...:isori ot. R11 I.. i\ . . cl.,,.. ... u.a.,,f.
Coilector' ", j. L. WATSON.;.. IHelena.
Cotleetor CustlonsIlV. 'V. .JOlNSON . u!lelena.
U. S. Co('i STni TE. E WkR. CAIL.PTRra:lTlela.
T dmDs 'and Pinces for lolding Courts in
the Ierrl*ory iff hoataim.
-' UPRitsLs COURT.
A pt Vilig, CitZ, fdrat ilonday Si Ja. le.r i sd i e~ - 1
I 6d 'Moyioay I anngmbtr .
i tNITED STATES DlSTRRIC. COLJtIITS.
First District-At Virginia'-City first B in day in
- April, seen idn Jlondy in Joy, and r ecoud Mon -
day i:o Nvyember.
irond District--IAt dieer Lodge, third Monday, in
April, first Mn nday in September, and tirst len- I
day inl eceimbner.
T 7hird Distric--At aelentz, first tMonday in March,
first Monday in July, and fourth Monday in Oc- I
. ober. . . . .
jkUi4OUaAL cVATijRb .,
fir t DtriCt'-ln .Madison Cotmllt, at Virginia City,
irst Mnnd.v in April, sctond iMonday in July,
and second M Monday in November.
In Gallatin Gounty at 'ozenfl , rsat Monday in
Match and flth LMonduay in Qctober.
In Jefferson County, at ltadersbnrg, second MLon
day in May, and flr4 Monday in October.
second District-Deer TA ge Counn at Deer Lnd1e
City, tkird4Mi.mdal,• in SL pril, tirst.M.lnday in
Se ,tom)r7 and ttilratM.".4ay it Decsmbar.
'-rite Mhilia Tl-tlnt},' at Missoutx, fourth Moildayt
. i-Jmta e 1Ci _ k. YoSm.
se i-tbiir o to .aa Octoier.
ýýltfl et-.-U~lo I.1 ad ain May and q
We bth9 u Ie following named persons
our ii tM i spectlve localities, and they
are autlbrised to receive subscriptions, advertise
saen4, a~ nd"give receipts' for aonityEpid for
Soe same: '
John H Ming & Co.......,...... .... ..... H
D. ro,+ let _ ......... ........,... l Vir p Uryt
lFultl°L't e . . . ..l. :....'+ .... . ...... ....... ;
W i I? L #a .1 ...........- ........... Atadersbtrg
.olbert W. l .ilcr .........., ..,M dison Bridge
•J'. i. Pauley ...;....... ....'itarsr Creelk Crossing
-Wi. Mming ................. Keatingville
A -dvertisements and Local Notices h.nded in for
puBlicati tx-+1js ees 1q $ipi islapecid d. for which
they are to be published, will be inserted till for
bid, and charged for accordingly.
We wish sutr paiois to isttinctly understand that
lererasse ! lýrlaitinttgae Transient AMertisnments
. 4il oiA ayvse. * no esepes 1.il be
1. O. O. F.
" r TET r]N STAR LODGE No. 4, I. 0. O. F.,
'meets every Monday night, at 8 o'clock p.
ia Masoi Hall. 'ARCH GRAHAM, R. S.
A. F. Sr A. M..
,Stated comm' nications of Gallatin Lodge N* 6
A F & A M. neld at their hall on the firt'st Satur
day evenimiu . orx fore the full moon of each
Visiting brethren are cordially I attend.
W. O. .. .
Local I ewvs.
13OZEL1MAN. MON 1 ANA :
TIIIRSDAY; : : NOVEMBER 21, 1872.
A LONO Diamiond R bull train pas.c-d
through town yesterday, loaded for Fort
Fresh Baltimore Oysters,
and that new br*.nd ,f
Government Navy Tobacco,
car be found at
HOLZMIAN l& b.RO'1S
OUR YO-.rG bachelor friend. ponvid Al:ler
son, Esq., is pnttitg up a neat cottage, on
Babcock street, which looks as tholgh he
had matrimonial intentions.
Ball To-Night at Ouell's Hall.
A ball will be given to-night at Odell's Hall.
Good music will be furnished and a good time is
anticipated. Tickets, admitting gentleman and
lady, $2 00.
'¶ u new plinting material-o~d#ru: -.,h1;
bors of the Helena Gazette was shipped from
Corlnue, by fast mule train, on the 11th.
We also had shipped by the same train a
year's supply:of piinting paper.
8ettl~ UII' Settle Up!
All persons knowing themselves indebted to me
are hereby requested to come up and.settle, as I am
about dissolving my connection with the North Pa
ciAfc Motel. A. D. HAWKS, Proprietor.
during the past week, the streets being crow
ded ~iith tempts tholth moniey appears to
WOOD, flour, poi~toi, wheat, oats, and
onbbag rt c ived.,rsulta g ti *4o the
Countant. ' .i .i
Win. M. Evarts is now mnntioned as the
successor of ~ceretary Fish; Gen. Meigs as
the sc M p
tice Nelson, of the .iprespe Courtr, he latter
being about to rerire on account of old ;!ge.
VIIEQAR BITTERSI by the bottle or case,
and all theU leetng Pattnt Medisines, a: the new
Drki Sbre of W W. Molrris ,aOsla.
Col. Black,. who left Helena for Corinne
per private coach on Saturd sy, will drive
through to the railroad ini fro.ti tea to twelve
Tos H ao r sric tMDidd 1ý or 8e tbSrtifart
rants and County Bonds. Apply at the
First National Bank.
L. M. BACK,
Accz x.r Saturd U i t y " **
E. Cline, lIgwagitp ar tris plaoe, w as. kicked
by a horse, stikiug him over the let eye,
producing a severe, thouigh hot dtingerous,
wound. Dr. inon? 4-. rcahild anua dressed
the woulnd. ' :.- s -- . ' ' :
Da.asrTleusRBi ;rtF-We overlaild: 46dnel;
took out this-Peorling the following passen
gers':' l $p. . Va ýtitL IMth frind tMts
T. P. and G. G. Robeyr. rthern Pae;cte
Railroad Survey; t.~ . Roberts; T.
M1cElidA 8rft " . Vt A Y mod"~ inmn W.
George. ac*G tadd .aitii .. unr
Pahitar. and Gllslew.. A, (&i s 1
You .n 1ind a full and lto.a.e sasortmreitf]
4IN QWN.DQ. 'LA8, IJT1'YWAIN
tl. i. elrq" lyour are sttbe . lne
i sftore o* i, w I a Igdsplasti of
La. i .. . ( 'r. .o..eas ia'_a .a.. .. .
Dos' forget the dance to- igbt at° bdei'sL
IL,!!, " " I
i MJ.oa PbsI ffap. rettid'L wip Melena,
loikol vastly Ijpnoved in' lek :elie alp
pears to be in nnusuai lfy'goodx i rlrts ,from
omie tL.i- so tti'h ' It la Intimafed (only
in whiqiper i however.) that he has at least
owet ±~*yjth his amnity,' iand wil-saoopt ofl
his bachelor : rgbes,. for congenial wedding
grwibetir.s." It is sai t htf1lh}tite there will
rbe ito ",ip itween the cunpand lip' he
litviig rliidlly and ifirmly male tpi ltiimind
'niake the itdte, let who wdll oppose.: Go
:ttiead Mathjboiwe have travelled the oiai our
seti0,k iit allied i <; there 'ailcch it, have
found some rbuogh plaees alorig it i~aker al
together it is a pleasalntj)iyc -, -
WooD, W~Wa . Wood, is tvantednoi. from
ge of our subscribers who hhve proniised
to pay their subsJription in' that 'article.
Bring it Wto.h offic"..
NICE IVORKMANSHIP.--We saw t(4 day In
he . Jewvelry establishment of J.-. -"[iei'kle
ra beatitudl toldnapkri ring. T'hi r i'thout
doabtlthtiebiest dciatwe have y~t4dej man
ufactured in the Territory. 'IIR' eng~rylng,
done by Mr, Merkle is c ast. :atd beautiful.
This ring wra .ordered by - la4y as a birth
day p:esent to her tusbadid.
S S....... . hady'. .
Hs arrive l.and sn hi a, il'areg sjock 'of whisky,
thatrbeat of brandsthle FloW.errh. Both will t n
liven thespirits of the patrons of Cr. Mount's and
Pat-Worsham's favorate resort and ever popular
What has become, ptthe -hunters? There
has been neither elk. deer, mttiutahi sheep or
Suflldo nimet in towni Lor to wDt eek' .' "Our
friefsr!Dr. Crepin .got hold of i.ne bear,
whieh ,he .diclied al saopg .his [;( ighbors.
We did not.earn witiher he'1 illed i hlum
selif grt eherieldngive it to Ilr. Wd aope
tote very soon in market an abundance of
Greil Barais to be lla at Elits, DavII&Sperlin's.
Their entire stock of goods will be closed
-: .... . ;T C I.'rJ . .
either at. wholesae-or retail.
$7 ,0ooO Worth of Goods
will be ~ti WITHOUT RESERVE. Come
one, come all.
Tiie METROPOLITAN IIOTEL ,has .beer en
larFed and the entire estabbshment is now
ready for. occpancy. The popular and libe
ral proprietois of this :large, commodrous
and favorite resort of' the travei.'ng public,
Messrs. Blum And.Entig6sr, fe, at great
expense, nearly doujled; i%1 etapacitv of the
Metropolitan by'erctlug an immense .addi
tial :'t4.th tiae. Mi~sse . 1. and E. are well
lintigý 'the 0166ite keepers of East
e3lm a 'aa. I assure us that they will
cbltitnue to make further improvements in
their Jiruse as their patronage requires. We
know that they will do so, for the simple
reason that they laealeways been found in
the front ranks of thi .'enterprising. husiness
men bf this ssetioti','tuid their sourage never
flag, or their contfdinee hi oasensan'.s fu
ture grow weaker.
Coal 011, Lard Ott, Ilnseed Oil snd TWr
pentine, wholesale aid reail, at low prioce, at
the new Drug Store of W. W. Morris, lozaeman.
MADIr.SON . BLACK. 'son of Ctol. L'. M.
Black is at presen:t a student in the Kentucky
University, Lexington, and in a letter to us
speaks of that institution in the highest
tceips. He attends this session the Com
mercial Deptntment of the ColeU~.. nlgndpri.
poses to sraduate next Jnne. .Immediately
on his graduation, he will return to Bore
man, with a view of going into business and
becoming a permanent citizen. He propo
ses to go to honsekeeping at once, and
will ship his furniture by the first trains
leaving Corinne next Spring. Our young
friend shows good sense in this decision, for
wklre a man's heart is, there is his trcasure
$i All parties indebted to the undersign
ed will come forward and settle immediately.
ELLIS, DAVIS & SPEItLI'G.
THYE TEMsPLE OF GAMBRItIus.-Gamnbr
inuis the God ct Beer- -The dedty who--'The
cuss whom the Gelmanic race--VW give it
.up. We ain't writing obituary notice at this
t late: date of cusses who have never existed;
or if they did, died so suddenly long ago.
that now this item would be old. What, we
did tutend to ruemark is this,:that 'Dairv Car
penter and Joe' Brown of the Brewery sa
loon, have done usproud, by showering on
us several choice cigars. and two bottl;s of
those sparkling fluid. Thanks Joe and Dave,
but don't renew the dose,
To Families and Others.
I Would respetfully annlbune o ie tizeos of
Bozeman and vicinity that, in order to keetpkwith
the times, I Will hereaffet; seel bread at the City
Bakery AT .IA.LF PICE. -, F, wiligsneej be, at
the trotbLe*ft'b:ilg. heir owh'3yelt, i'Fth }fgan
bI c¶ctepe:oI4ti.. . ..
l.tger iteer also at half price--12) cents per glass.
LtuNCHESserved at aay hour. DDrn'n't.nmis
take the place--CITY BAKEIRY, next door to the
JOHN MANEJ, City Bakery.
ARCmTiCTURE.--the new brick building
recently erected ortMain street presents as
find n appearance in patnt of archite~tatral
taste As ite have seen ifi any' iloe inu le
We st; ad when flrtally completed will be an
prrnnment to Bozeman, and is highltg.credita
ble to A. Jamieson, the architect. He has
bestowed time, taste and energy -it gettiug
up the beautiful tropits, for which. he is 4ul
titled to much praise, and we _hope to see
more of the same kind of buildings erected
next Summer under his superinte::dence.
IN Lucat.,-We glean froln a private letter
from Radersburg, that:Col. AI CUhappetl; an
old Rozemanite who owps-the'.1da Chappell
Lode" (we believe that is tbp. nao e) has
struck it rich. Mr Chappell has been offered
quite a neat little sum for his lode, but -ot
taking the offer has taken the tq ,, aiid is
aiow critically exami.ng: his property, and
proposes to stick to it.
WE are pleased to see with use Jake Ellis,
recently from New York, f ity. Mr. E. is
the senier partner of ills, ijs p pw ing,
the eiitertprisinz dry goods apadr~ocery mer
chants of this place and Oal.alin city. He
will remairkwith is p.l.unsine pt the abey
welliknesitl idi .t lniive esitliSMk lt'ora
saort time, and then he turns his face Goth
am-wards, ; , i 1
AT tht gis lqJgik JPl)lP s,&'the
followinggentlemen were appointed a Corm
mittee to revise the rules of, p etice for the
First JadiRleh: Ii trj;' s'ind foil Gtl h
founty--I. F. Williams, J. J, Davls, and G. a
t~; Coleman, Esqs. Me.ibers of the Commit-f
Sturday civening at 7,9 elolka,ý.l[ hichin
the mem ers of "the~ '1. . iion -gre r-
quested to attend,
ilKHEEBlletiR miKY AYOIt!
A LeitimRate Son f,. thel First
-John Smith Secluded in the
"TH TRUE HSllTORY OF iOSr WONiDEXUL
' Pruth is Stranger t3an Fiction!'
Years-many years ago-before the '"tidal wave"
of emigration washed the Rocky Mountains; at a
time when the greater portion of on 1pitui-ttton
were sporting their first red top boots, and before
the most of them had plunged into vulgar fractions,
there might have been seen a- nman of perhaps
ninety summers and. ninety-one winters placidly
seated on a broncho, wending his way tp the steep
declivity of the gentle slope leading to the Rocky
Canyon. His bronzed, child-l e wife, of Ierhas
a few sumn.ers this side of severity, gently ambled
by his courser's side (she was" on Lfot :J4e car
ried a six shooter nid Bowie; lte likewise bore a
rille'arid a name-the latter was John S:nith, Jr.
His presence in this region "created no unusual
remark,'' for the simple reason that no onentt that
time inlhabited hlitre, outside of Dawson comu.ty.
This hardy pioneer, tired of civilization-wearied
of being whtre the butterflies of fashion were for
ever flitting around their Goddess-disgusted with
friends who proved to be piere sýcol.halils-calling
fricndship a lie, a mockery-tired of all these, he
turned his back to the Last, and found his home in
the wide, wide world'and out West at last, instead
of building himseif
'A CAVE IN TIlE HILL,"
campd In the tunnel of Col. theenut's Coal Bank.
One of our boys has been for the last half century
studiously watchin !hy.old ma 's cureer, and sev
eral tiltres, several of us have directed our steps to
.ward his habitation in the bowels of the earth for
the pui pose of
"UNRAYRLtNG THE MYSTIETY,
which, like a ha'o, has hitherto surrounded him,
but we invuriably weakened.
At last iwe proposed to interview him with a *en
geance; and accordingly' :'providled with a few
damntles," such asa quart of whisky1 a bottle of
rum, one of i'ipifax, aplug of Government tobacco
and another quart of whisky, "with which to in
spire conversation." It is needless for us to enter
into details concerning the greeting he gave :s;
how agitated he was to see us after such a long ab
sence, or the story he liap..d in nur ''sunburnt
car;" how the misanthrope clung to him
'FI:OM EAILY CIIILDIHOOD.."
At last we uuderstood -he had sanme papers. With
tears in his orbs he r&elieed he had; and, going to
me end of the tunnel, produced a small cast iron
box, some six feet square, and from it tooksever
al, if not more, Oundles ofpapers.
"iTHI SE PA'PERtS,"
say-s he, ' 'anre.shrouded in mystery to all but me:
they- were given to me by my ancient aunt in her
last-asm. 'Keep tiito,-' sys she, 'and learn the
storyaf your ancestors; breathe it "to oo one Dave
it be to some enterprising reporter of an equally
enterprising Montanna journal.' " We denoted our
eaterness to listen to the old mian's tale, and he
bioke it to us 111 a.incoherent manner, as follows:
"At the battle of Bunker's. Mll, fought at the
same time the steam tug Mayflower ran aloul ,I
Plymouth Rock, 'the fiery angd brilliant' John Smith
became the uPexplcted guestp of t'uwhlttian, and
took a hand at Old Slvdge with the san-burnt chief.
John was on the point of being beaten by the King
of Club; held'by, old Pow, when the lovely Ptcos
hontas rushed in, and out of re'spect to her, the
"It is needless to tell you the story, for John
I;roughall in his opera of Pocahontas has given it
in all its details to the unbelieving world. ,uilice
i: to sny,
'I AM TuI ISSUE,'
as recorded by John B. in the afresaid opera.
my mother, when John Smith 'first met her, was
an innocent andt confld;ng girl.' She hadl heard l.1
her father's royal wigwam 'ot othi r great men
living below:their station, and dil notl utspjet h
treachery.' Yon know h-iW it is yourself; when he
received a divorce from his true and lawlul wife,
the noble and wa m-bhearted Josie, boss chamber
maid of the Mayflower.
"During the season of-- Pocahoantas round,
alas! that John Smith had chanlg.4 the i is his
name to y, and after the h had locattki an e..,~4his
adde4 to her melancholy, and in an hour of: ex
treme grief' she took up with one Rolfe. a trimb,,ne
p])?aer ian' Dutch brass hand, 'and fleed from home
and became-a wanderer" at the Court of Queen
Bes,. 'iatll crazed and withoit a hl rpose, she
loitered, a poor, inexperienced glrlrthrtiregh sever
al other courts, and arrived, she scarcely knew
how, on board the
'NAPOLEON AND MARIA t.OUISA,'
at the landing In fron off her fathlr's palace, near
Jamee.tan, Na.: ' .Woman's strategy is wonderful
in any emergency,' but this laid or r anything I
have yet told you. She was afraid to brave tlhe an
ger of aer'noble father, and ·nsteal of 'liuttiag in
an appearance' as plain Pocohlontas, she iralcure.t d
a sunnmer uniform of the Olhd Guard.' By speak
ing of scalping and thieving incidents whnichi trans
pired along the banks of the classic James andt
Rappahanock, 'she attracted attention and asked to
see the Old Commander.' Powlhattia 'was noti
fled of the fact of one of his Old Guard being be
low. Gushing with happiness and sati.faction,
and no doubt thinking that a, oticing one olnhis old
veterans at this time 'would weigh well with the
village,' he had Pocehontas brought up. It was
not I ng before she 'tearfully- told hi-m of her un
" 'liE SPURNED EISR;'
'told her he knew nothing of her wrongs,' and,
Like Debmark's! glooiiy :Prince; et.ggested a nuti
nery to her. 'Shb told her airiple story, :but it was
not believed.' 'As a matter of course she Wai ar
rested.' A capnabbe, =her; and ihat night,
'IN A PKlrsO IN THE CITY OF' J4.uiSTn.rN,
I was idrn. Her'r sorrows wýgre innumerable, al
most unbearable, but 'she lived for her child
alone.' 'Alter recovery she Wirs released from
the'-°Statiin Hoeusc, 'ant iniaediately crosaed
the channel to'-- New Jersey.
ls4dit hids perlod in mnyoi story, Il egan x re
alize tn existence.
'BU~rFTi h .AJOUT,
- from plape to' jlace, ekelrg'out a miiseruble exit-.
ence.' flny mother selling m,,ce.sis and L vending
clams. At this stse, of tLhe.gtame tie clam busi
ness became a'sii b.e,.and ti became
" 'So time passed with her and I until the.sum
mer of -- 'nh'Agntu t f that year' she play'edarn
engagement with Mrs. Wools It prv,red too munth
for hter, and, after a few hundred nights-she dedl
several of us.buried her;. Abi.t this-tim_ I cussed
plenty, but, out of respect to your feelings, I wont
give thewdetoils-of said cussiag.:
" 'The remnaunder of my srery is soon told.' I
went from Jersey to Oil City, 'siand iould persons
who had heard of Pocihontas, but none, trat had
"''I knew if I told my true story I wmald either
be itiln In iansahe asylumr or prison, thierefdre I
kept it to mysel-f.'
"'From dilCity I ewnt to Calro", and from there
I to Hog 'em. I left Hod 'enm alter a time; lived in
severat.lthlibg ianps; st4pld. a short time iii
WVHoop Up, in Her Majesty's Duin'iions, uan. came
to Rocky Cfny n wfhyn inwi y aw uyieiPrdl feet
'' don't kauw why I came here or went to'-r
Whoop Up. 'I am
Ii.ns place.' ..
?' 1have toldyod$ll my story now; I wtish you
would gro l aWsl ami let me 'alone." '
" fWe b~ de &he oli hermit qo4-by. -and- left, eMe
in~:g:#atnly that' his. dtesteassor tioWartts : hbad
clr y~s . eii iih'lafiiedu, ho s ator y' i .-jw.oting,:
rhimy bete hd. :e aatoj bt It de t make
iny , & it Vit bied pEfas lite't
ulp~i~anla .s. IdDarait o be aT
correct history the old ml ba's life, WM think
we ess dimelkish.i as 4kt ren ig ace. ti.*
old manl to the pictureg We have seon of" -Jeh
Stranger things have lappeged, perhaps, than
those rqcouited to t1o b M)r. 8Iaith, and seoce in
terviewiat hig we j!a W A40e4U ur blemithad
been born under the lities of France he might have
"o'RU JEtuaIrr, TiE XMIPERO:: OF Tin YRRENO.I,"
ii.ste(d of Our Klermit, the Lord of Rocky UCnyon
plain John Smith, Jr. -. xY.
PinsOsAL.-Our enterprisip-g eitizens, Col.
N,'Fold, retutrned fromi a trip tgo Sun River
Sunday eveniig. We. are glacl to ie- the
getn:al coltitenlrce and iitr the* cheerful
orice of the Col. in o~0 n..e agal n.
Mr. Nelson Story and Maj. Pease returned
from Hlelena on Saturday evetning, after an
absenle, of a week. MliiStory alid Maj.
l',.ase is untiling into theruefofbrts to provide
for the Crows this culd weather,
JoeBrown; the enterpr'shi: salootist of
iBozemin and Rmasville, has "JIiS reported
himself t at head quarters as being from the
Cherry Creek mines. direct. Joe, like other
Reaeville boys, &peaks enlcouragingly of that
(amp ndl vicinity.
Jack Donevan is in frinf Reasville, and is
the same smiling Ist little cunss as in dlays of
yore. Jack round his watch. Lucky boy.
C. J. Lyster of the banking firm of Fox'
Lyster & Roe. put in anl appearance tront
hele-.a. .lie is with us fto a few dpys. and
rullmno ha: it that he is in route to his Eastern
holne., asd alter tue holidays, will again be
with his Montania friends.
AMs.--'The lively, getianl and accoaiplielh
t:I Tomn. honored our .a.ctntum with a visit.
Torm wil e. doin-'Bst' ln.flor a few days.
.1,t tht- iway 'or the old lhomet in the
Genl. Yatt Carrollof the Diamond R. gives
Bozt~iatn aig.i te ligt t( his healthy conu
teltiance. antl is always welcome.
We _rmgrel to jearq of tib illness of Major
CamIbell, "T'he Patriardl of Gallatli Val
Ivy." We ustlersn!ad h tha the Mijur is con
filid to his hotlue in Gallatin €(ity, but trust
soon to note tile fae.of the old gent's being
around soon atid as lively and cheery as
A SucPRis. PARTY.--IJa.l Satrday night,
about, ten couples of the Iwaux "iAIl telles of
Bozeman invatled the dwellinu of II ugh Cole
m11an 11id his estimlahbl I dy on Bozeman
I creek. 'Iholgh taken by surprise. Mri. alid
- Mrs. Coleman made the party feel perlfectly
at home, anud the eveinhig ;wus passed very
pleasantly by all present, taui1 the imnidnight
:hour warine d the merrt-n_ t of the ia
r pronehling Sabbath. F -i ucy, ias is
e his -wont whlen oppt
ei terrtaind the company with a highly ealogo
r istic 4lejeriptlio of '"Mte's Baiby," which was
received with Iunbhotuidedl applause 'I'hIese so
cial ga:therings are vm effective in knocking
tl:e rough spots off thie boys. and we hope
to see 'frequuti repetitions of them this
A McAGNIFICENT TURN-O)rT.-During our
rambles through town yesterday, we satn
e tcrel into the wiell known livery establlih
ient of Charley (lark. Among his vast
t collection of huggies. fancy cutters. light
we agons Itc., we notited a double seateld ar
tirage. withour doubt tith tinest in any lively
s'able in the Terri;ory. Charley evinces a
go ahead spirit in, hi lie of Ihn-inc.s, anad
he is boundt to stil hi s customersi even though
it shoultl mlkce his pI..rs. grow lhan, of which
there is nIo dhalger. (We refer to the pturse.)
New Goods! New Goods!
We take pl,:as're in infit'minig the public
generally th;it we are jutt in receip, of a
large supply of new goods, cln.isjting in
part of Lalics' Furs, Cloaks and Sihawls;
I the latest styles .ot Dr'eis Goods a good as
sortmuent of l)ometstics, Fancy Goods. La
hies' and Chiltrlen's shotles. and in tact every
thing that. can be fouid ill a ltrst-class D)ry
Good. Hous.e, which we otrer at the Ibwest
STRASBURtGER & CO.,
Main Street, Bozeman.
NLrso, STrotY. Esq., contractor fr sup
plying the Crow ladiant; . is quite active in
gt'ttinlg tip utI)pi les to till the gap made at
the M.is.ion by IIte recent tire. As flour is
very abundant. in tlhi minwrke he will soon
have enough of that article to satisly any
tribe of Indiais, hlowever hungry
C. WV. IloriFMN, Esq., is over at the
Ageneyi re'here he has a larr.e stock oI Loods
to fnrni.th the Inlinais, lie having purchasel
the enttir'e stock of Col. Black. who formerly
had the trading ,house at the Mi.sioon. We
wish Uharley all mInler of se1cess. s (and miay
he becoueC a Crcest i, r he de-erv.s to be..
PI'r:sBY'EIRIAN SOCIABLK.--The menlrbeis
aId congregn.4It of the Pr:eytertan church
ot this city held a s'ciable last Tuesday
evening at the residpiice of Mr. Tracy. We
v ere not l)re.eun, bul°il derstaod thati.all en
joyed themltclves. These -Sociables are good
atlaiit, anl we t st, deriitg the os!ling sea
son;, they will be held weekly.
"WAIT FRK T WAGON."
The author of the above soul-stirring melody. iS
respeotrully informed thathe Cwn & better b1 g.t
tihg one of those h w .so.lil e t'r1onts at CLAILIh'
Livery Emporitumn anten ite feli like taking a ride.
"'As We Journey Txigougi Life Let as
Lave by the Way."
Those who wouldl follow this sensible advice
shou: d cadi et tth .
Xew i Restaurant of
MISSitS, CROWELL & FfI'GERALD,
in the COURIER building, Main street, Bozeman,
where a good mLle can be hadat all b trs..
Regular aid transient-b6arder' solicited.
Vlhat Is it? What q i i? Why. it is a great
German tonic. and iIs cousiilrerd by tne I ad
ing pihysieians of Paris. London and Con
titnentanl Ertrope'toi h the e gre.tea t known
todic in Europe. it not in the wor Id.
Williams & Murray, at tlhe Exchange. are
the s.ttl.agentt foi~ th4siordinat ' the edun
try- Call and1 give the magic Pipitax a trial,
before it Is all gone.,
All thosegndebted:t4eB. T. McDonald will Qnd,
tre a nbtes, ttlico-t a thc F irt 3a ºna.:
To the Farmers of Gallatin Valley
We propnse tai the fatiaet f' Gallatin a
splendid offer: We will take bitter and
eggs at the retail price, and give in rettura
Sau.|ni frbn lhur glendid antl well*.etA
ed otock of Dry Goodl at WIHOLESALE
PRICES. Give us a call and satisfy your
selves that we mean business.
srTRAxuRGElt a CO.,
Rer. W. W. Atr .w..ue'v A-pp ms*
; &i suls, Nqventber S24tb t a. m.
3$.m a, Dternba.r li, Ji a. -.
- "Well, Squire. you say yon don't take
your home paper ?" g
*RNo.4for >,·a f I a;etti tf· Pfr talRs - Better,
terms, and so I take na e uple of them."
"But then. Squire, these country papers
are a great convi niexice 't.iis; the more we
encoura.te thema the better the editors enal
5"i dlln'tWi4Mt1 Q lW s they %e any Ctiwven
ience to me."
•"Tihe farm you seld last spring was adver
tised in one, and you thereby gained a custo,
'Very true Major, But I paid five dollars
"Now if the nvighbors had not m:a&ttained
that pire , yo'wu hi rhl Alt bejwitll j2L the
means oT publis.aing your daughter's mar
riage, and your brother's death last sum
"Yes, yes. but-"
"And % hen your nephew was a can 1 idate
for the Legislature. you were highly grati
ied at his news p;rper defense, 'which elected
hilm and cost nothing."
."Yi' , .But tbese thingasre..ews to, the
readers who take the papers."
"No, no, Squire, not if they are all like
you. I tell you, tquir.e, the day will eome
when somebody will write a loug eulogy oil
your life, character, etc.. and the pri' ter
will put it it, type, with a heavy black rule
untder and over it, and with all your ru~hes,
this will be done for yon as a grave is dug
for a pauper. Yoi."t wealth, ilbeº'air. and
all such, will be spoken of; bur the printer,
as he siwils the words in arrlpging the type,
will remat k: "Poor, muean de\vil, he never;
took the paper, and is now swindlinxg the
printer out of his funeral-notice." Good
ExITsarr.I IN iCAM.--We aC -surpr'ised
at Cýt boyfy of the COURIER affice. Day be
tore~'°isterday, we were astonishid .to see
them one by one rifs€ting tratitically out of
the composing room, anl doi.ra the stairs.
We were sure that a dog tight was on, the
tapis, but lo and befoild, they lied at the ap
proach of a lovely being, who was escorted
by our senior thrQugh the offiue. We krpt
,to our post ianfui , b-h t trright have aban
donled it, had it not been tlat we were deep
ly engaged in treadit g the pathetic account
of the Hermit ofa ok3 ('anyon, atnd kll.e
not of .their co .i. c T bl-iab for such
conduct as fthoe, and hope tI.e boys will not
hereiftei" be scals~e Wad._i4rat their posts by
i pufir of pretsy.eylees~ratuting they will in
the tlgs.da. o-brttgej# reA v-ili .hereafter take.
n our yves to eirder- Atelr apologies to
the CoutusE's fair visitors. .
FonT PARKER.-Iii a private letter from
Fort Parker, we learn that Mltjor tPeitse 'as
emipleyes at work erectiisg . bulilirj gs to
supply the place of thQcsi lost by the recent
fire. The adobe. bl.hdings, are , eiig conl
structeil and, the MaJor is using all the nle ins
at his .edmmand towards furlishinr storage
hio(mses. and temporary dwellirgs for tile ac
comnlmodatioulot enmployes and others durialct
the comini wilnter. It is not yet definitely
known whether the G-verm:llen proposes
changing the location of Fort Parker. There
are rumors to that effelt.t TlYat . relhnce can
be placed upon themll as they undoubtedly
do not emanante fronl any official seoure.
ATTEMPTED St'ICIDE.-.We learn that onle
evening last week, one of Bozemant's frail
daughters. tired-of sojour1ni6K, here below.
essayed to kick over the traces of life, by
swallowing "'a cup of cola "'191 ." She
took an overdose and owing partially to
this.-the aid of'i doctor--stotmia(h pnlmo
and the initerposition of Providence, she is
yet in the land of the living-.
THE 4IERMIIT OF IOCKY CANYON.-Th' e ar
ticle with the above headinl rt1m thl pelit of i
X. Y. it purely a local affair, and posesses
no interest to our Eastern subscribers. It
was with a vast amount odftitg.iig thit we
were prevauild uhpoi fo insert it, .Anll- that
too fior the beuIfisl of attr thne t subscribers.
"Dfl:Utt03e Hear tle Slogan!"
Yelling io th hoyst thaithe DiLfVl'ivrrerE&h s
k'" ha. arrived, ant thait Cv. and Pat h:ave ju-t re
t-eved a nimammothstatoik tf f ortlgn and domesule
Wires, Liquors, Braldies, and in fact everythin
that goes to make up a tip top salon.- Sample)
fu : ished at 25 cents. Come along; don't be afraid.
Tre KIYUS is gentle ubdor the nianagement of
Mounts & iYorsham.
We are gratified topeie'eite that our friends
of the Gazette will soon receive at :lHlena,
new m:tlerial for their otffrc which intld heef
destroyed by tire. Thu .li. m h:as exhibited
coInnal-ndable enterprise in thlis replaaciui
their material so-eirly, )LMay seess attendk
It is Aab:tblulethamt Brig. (1e. Croo', now"
commnanding the Departmenllt t, the. Lakes.
will soon he retired, being over 6$ years old,
and havingi been in the seyice 4a yetars.
BILLy MoRRal he, of Virgiatia and, proprte
tor of one"of &Bzemtin'ks rii·istatres, is in
town.. OW* druggist is harlslp lt :ruiry as
a lark, and goes his last bottom dollar oit
DIssoLVzD.--ll another place ill our paper
it willtbe seen that the old and relitlle firm.
of. 'o t ' le,,~.each.- .o; dry,- goods deateri
Iof thisehi,. is dI ti utii xredit :J
& o.. flier successors- .iajor-J. R. Boyce.
Sr; and J.. 1R 4oyce, Jr; ever since the e stah
lishment of this exteasive house lave had tuli
control of ire ts taIh et.i.dtt, tltdothlt mem
bers ot the firm residing In the staates. We
feel contident that the new firm will retain
the full attd-peret--colafticte e.fthe- public
in the future as the old one did in the past.
LIST OVF L1CTTESLL
lRemaining In the. a..0e mco at Baemaun
31.T. , N~etvnber, 20th, 1874. - .
Alexrander hi Kennedy Jatnes
Dt9'Akiu.Lo'iChap L tLuti h Adella, nHA
Atwat tr %V . D4: bhw John G.
i~odzhrigChaeR M~cC.tºtln Peter
B ilirid Jahn L ,Me uj Wlp
Curolus Jheohi sl
Catl xi Ne1 on Norris e1~,xtnder
Craig tieore Iteinington Anster
Harbr gh [Tetiy'r 1(4w"i of '"i4Ixn B
llardaig James Rodgers Jo o hM
IHawkignsJohia Stetvens LU U
litaeil. ... :SwýeItia Juh'n G
Jat sou '1 Thomrpsonni HIr*rd
Johnsonii A P Tjtralikell Joke
Jdtireg Geort C ;werou .J/s s
Jordan JaizmesII W iliaxn. Geo W
oaow etribiti° t4 >;pIefl rber reedy aº*- I:
*uýppIy any; ditulenn.; Al elders p wompf.y mauc sat-'
Iestao~ozly £11a.4. I
JA" Z. $DZD,
Happy Relief for Young Men front the ef
teets O1,lrors and AsI ies in .-; rt life. Mah.l:oodc
rnitatorl. ln!Mielimnenil to Marriesa removed.. New
ietthodl of t>rtimentl. 'New isnl retIi.+rkab e reme
diis. Bujkesgend uircularasrnt tire. isealetd en
Sress1; HOWARD $ASSOCIATION, No. 2"South
Ninth . ., Philadellhia, Pa.-an Atnt; uti,un hatvi;i
a hlgh'riputatiun for h,norable condiuet and plo
Lr|sriunal ai ii.
A GOOD' OPPORTUNITY!.
rrHTstaberIber, wishing to retire from bnsinesj,
offers a rare opportunity to any one wishing to
=o into an immediately paying h.siness. He offers
his well knownR
located on Mtain Street, Rozs man, in the best
in~daess portioh of the city, and now doing a splen
did payrigl business.
-I has in course of erection a good brick build
ing, containiug tWa. good rooms suitable for any
kind of pusiness, and a basement below, suitable
feri` aalood, which will be rented che.p.
JOHN M \NEJ..
TRAYED O(RftTOLEN from T·In.eman, about
k the 4th of July, a large rote, IIOi.t~. lie is
about fifteen haids high, heavy · et, with a star in
the forehead: f~ounwhitt feet and black mane and
lail; branded S on tl.e If-ft .shoulder. Auy pers!,n
returning the said horse to the undersigned, at Boze
man, will be handso.ldy.l reward*-I.
JAMIESON & CO.
-I. THOMMAS MILLER
ANtNOUNCFS to the eitirzens of
and surrnunditng country that he has located at
Galistin (ity, M. T., for the purpose of carr)lug
on a firSt-class
71OO0 .4 .SBOs E S.Y'OR,
where he will imake Boots and Shoes to order, of
.the best -ntatrial, aud- wilt guarantee all his work.
I. TH'HOMAb MILLEtR.
Gallitin City,.t ct. 30, 1872.
J. IIOPPE would announce to the people of
. Bozemarn and vicinity that he has
Juot Receiied a New Stock of Goods,
a.,d has made arrangements by which he will
Receive Goof Diy by Expess.
A full and complete ~tck of everything usually
fdund in a Airst-class ft:uit store will be kept con
stantly on hand.
MniJn treet, near Chesnut's corner,
BOZEMAN, M, T.
gaaut cttre and Peal r Jr
Boots and. Shoes,
IJAI S1TRsE'r, B 4tMI, ;. X. T..
K EEPS eoaetsialy on hand- and manatasture
Warranted to At and made of the best material
)fevey description dnte.. If you want your setls,
eouns ted.' bring their alo; d:
miu Louis Hotel,
I1E LENA, M. T..
Extending frim Main to Jacks.n Streets,
Will ltetqp su -fo*h&cei*hI eansent
and per l sbeomef.
Aecnmmodationu Unsuprsuc sad Chargs
?_t C. U<..NiU LrJ'AN.
*uM!.. Grs! ! Guns!
A4XM¶LI 1'OK SHR'SSOT;WiS
Cuns, Pistols and;4lwminltlon
Iceond door below L. Y. Black's store,
All kinds of repairing aea'1' sad promptly done.
.-"-iT -·"' .i
.A -,;thttI? pper~e exd qt fir~ln Street, :
SBOZEMANWLW -M. T.;i
Is tally prepared to d. air° kindas
-- AND -
Ww.A ON w O- K..
HORSES~ _ *U4AMFWIAA *J1 SHOD.
Mtnd everything pertaninig to the Blacksmith busi
ppepA ; a a eatisa5torr matsaane,
FINCH & MOORE,
BfThrA·O4 M TT TiTS,
#wt"11.iR;4.4-*#as1Iet4oWr $Q Ward's 3ntchslriS.
,. X KSWTR;IIT, .Be*ZWANA.T
&5TMA eler tsaeityp for° doings~h iitslrd CYe o
migýa..Iort~f lser.. Tbiuakfet for a liboral
preege i a A e p u4yg*Wutaking elage of his
old stand,; e wouid respectfully ask a reaewal of
"Is s-0a &m4 guarantoe esatiefactiom.
Vinegar BLtters are not a vile F " rDik,
made of Poor Rum, Whiskey·SooSpiritds n drý
Liquor .i' ktored, spiced, and swtee.j , yI;
taste. calied '"'on'ris "' Apwpetiere' "
&c., that lead tire ti-ler on to saus,
but are a trne Medicine, nitd. from -ith" n.a.tve rooa
and herbs of taltifontia, free fromall.Alcod.eic Stimalants.
They are the Great B;ood Purifier and a Life- g
Principle , a Perfect Renovator and Inaigorator a tha
Systemin, carrying oef all poisonouis matter and restoring
the blood toa healdty co: tien. enriching if., refrihmi.
and invioroatilgt both mind and body. i They ar aiy
of administration, prompt i! thetir action n, tal im }eir "r
results, safe and te!iable in all furms of disease.
No. Perdon cats take these litters c.WiW
Lng to directions, and remain long mawall; proo.tcdl
their bones arc not destroyed ., mineral Dpjp oeorether
means, aud the vital organs wased e ygpd hl, Vja
in the'Shouldert. Courhs~l.l'ightnss o tltiC' "I,
siness, Siur Eructations of tl Stempch, f.ad l'ast
in the Mouth, P loliods Attacks,. Palpitato Of ti
Heart, nflammatlion of the Ltungs Pain in ile regons e
the. Kidney and a htmdred ether painfua inpm
re .tre e fsprings of Dyspep ia. In theaetoerot
it has no equal, and one boula will prove a Ipt r ar-.
antee ofits merits than a lengthy ad aertisj ent.
For Female Coonplalttts, inu yutng or otdif
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the
turn of !ife, these Tonic Bitters display so decided an
influence that a marked improrvemu t is a6Parasp
For in eat nsbfery and Chresde theao-t
oatntisltr.ann OouatDyspepsirailt.ldiestion, lhilieur
Remittent aind'e iterialteit Fevers oDiseases of the
Blood, Liver, Kidneye and Bladder, these Bitters have
been moss sncressful. Such Diseases are icatteM by
Vitiated Bhoner rwh clijs generally irodaeedby ogetg -
ment of the DigestiveO)rgans.
They are Ge.e.to assatle as wel. as
Da Tonic, pIssossinw also .tlu peye llar meri .o leod ati
as a powerful agent ni relieving Congeste a or tlldamt.
tnation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in Bilioue
IFor SklM .Diseases, Eruptinlav Telter, -tSA
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Puat tp$il.~i-. -
huncles, Ring-worrits, Scald-Head, Sore Eypl Kry
sipela,. Itchl, Scrfa, Dicolorations of the Skin, Hue go
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or asut, "
are literally dug up and carriedt o ft of the w tlat"
short tjme by the use of these Bitters. One bottle i
such cases will convince the most incredulous of tht
SCleanse Sihe VfIaetld Blood wheneve r
find its impurities burstings through theskiain sPret. .
,Erupliins,a or Sores; pram it whea youg our-fd Y
s tructed and sluggish in the:veins ; cleanae it whelu t .
fod ; your feelings will tell.yoiu hen. Kelp the blo t
pure. and the heahh of tte system will fellow.
urnteoful thottiasssl.eproclaim Vinsa e *e an
rnes the most wonderful Iuyigoruant ithat eer lstaia.
tihe sinkin system:
Plra, ase, anmd ther Wn orms, lurking i
,the system of so many thousands, are effeetually
stroyed and removed. Says a distinguickeda .poyfio
ogiat: There isscarcely an individual uponl (th * e dith
earth whose Lwdy isevenpt from the prea e irof woras.
It ib not upsr the healthy eehments oftlle bedy taty
worms exirt, but alo r the dis.ased ml rse an gliy
deposits that breed these living monsterst mr Ia
No Sytent of Medicine, no vertifugeno eitet
itics, will free. the system Lrome warms he theeaisl.l,
Hjechrwalenit Diseass. Perseoan.aspge4 i
Painlts anld M1lhierals1 such as Pbaubers, T'pe-setter
Gold-beaters, and. llners, as they advaie inlif e,
be-subiect to paralysis of,the.Bcuwd "To mard aiJut
this take a dose of WVAt.ac; slt.sAq. BrT·as was
or twice arweek as a .reyyintiv".
ltillosus, [remittent, ani It..rsilt'(.a.t
ePoers, which are s., pievalent in the vYlley of oa
great rivers thriouihout the United States, espseeimly
those of th.lilissisasippi;.Ohio, Missouri, Wlles. Tera.
nessee, Cutihbelanld, Arkansas, Red, Colorade, raotee
Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama, Mobile. Sivasnainual -
s ke, James, and many others, with their vast Nei
ries, tihrouglhout our entire country during the Semlrte
and Autumn, and remprkably so during seasons of
unusutal heat and dryness, are invariably accomp.anied.
by extensive derangements of the stomachi astd at, aad;
other ablomnnal viscera. There are always more or less
obstructions of the liver, a weakness andl irritable state
of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being
clogged up with vitiated accumulationc. in their treat
*ment, a purgative, exerting a powerdhi inflnente upoe
these various organs, is essentially necessary:. 'here is
na cathartic fur the purpose equal to Dn. J. WALade's
Vt.NGcan BlTTERS, as they will speedily remove the
dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels ae
loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of
the liver, and generally restoring the healthy fInctions
of the direstive organs. ,r
ScrofuSla, or King's Evil, *l te Swelhage,
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofuleu"
Inflamnmations, Indolent InflammatimOs, Mercurial Af
fetiotns, Old. Sore}, Eruptions of thetakin, Sore Iy
etc., etc. In these as in all other ceonstity yIAPi ,
eases, WAI.siRa'S VINaGAR. IITTERS have ltown tbeig
great curative powers ill the most obstinuae Anddutract.
lpr. W1alker's Callforlda Viseg4s Bv tters
gtt on.all these cases in a sinmilar mainer . Ily pIuifying
the.Blood they remove the.cause, and by resolving away
the e:Tects of the inflammnafienr (the tubercular depssitl
the affected parts receive health, and a peromanent are
The propertles of DR. WAl.KRRLg a ,i4 t
liTTrraR are Aperient, Diphlioretic ani Carminative,
Nttritions, Laxative,.)Diuretic, Sedative, Cointer- rri*
taut, Sudorific, A4terative, and Anti-Biliouls
The Aperletnt and mild Laxative propertieso,
Da. W.ALrKn'S VIn.t AR IrTTERS are the best safe
guard' in all cases of eruptions and m alignant fevers
their balsamic, healing, anid oothing properties ptotiet
the. humors of the fauces. Their Sedative proliarties
allay-pain in the nervous system, stomach, and bPowes,.
either from inflammation, wind, cu:c, er.e-ps,. Rte.
Their Counter-trritahit influence 6xtende'thrOugneut
tlhe system. Their Diuretic properttes act on the Kid
neys, correcting and regulating the flw of urine. Their
Anti-Bilieus properties stimulate the liver, in the secre-
tion of bile, and its discharges through the biliary ducts
and are superior to all remedial agentsa,'Jt the cure .
hlilious Fever, Fever and Ague, etc.
Fortify the body against dliooens by pua
fying all its fiuids with VanZoGA BITT-ris. pi.
demtc.ean take hold of a system thus forearmed. The
liver, the stomach, the- bowels, the kidneys, and the
nerves are tendered diQeas preeof by this great i.tg
Drseetlo.se.-Tak of the litters on gping to 'be
at night from; a half to oneand one-halfr-wimges efiL
Eat good eourishiqg f such u s beef s.sk, m uttmt
chop, venisoqn, .r.p beet, and ttab p ad pk.
nut-door exerctie. 'They are composed (f £psely veget
able-ingredients, and contals no spin '
J WbLKER, Prop'. R1 EBOeAeAVb4A Ce.,
Druggists ae Gen . Ags.., San etanciec., Cal..
and cor. of Washington and Chasiton ta.J oew Yer.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIaS AIlD..ALERSL
JAS. H. GALLOP"
Cahiatin City, M.: T.,
Farmers' Supplies9 Eto..
The highest price paidklbr
ALL KINDS OF PRO)MPUCE
Will keep qnantly oq bhand ra gesnral sselt
ment or m:,rchanalise c .rly seloted to moeet he
requiremenlts .o~the cnli ity.
5peelalattentlon glsele the P'redes!Ma.t. .
mand thefarmers of Gallatin and Wallow r eek will '
have no cae toi g a Irlber than the .Tres Flor .
supply thernelves with
iroceries anrTlcWerohanr di -e..
Iuae upw the entire *e*srol of b.tblaibes ettb. -.
liehment, and shall spare no pains to soeommeltab
ay pattroes. Caltand examine.
. MLL,4TIN Y4L +LV . +
T ate ubout eleven mile froli]zemnm, Ia sler.
eta for sale t a low a th T..
TblswwheWf of one handr5ss id iixty rtesl, ith
pllsty of tiuber; fine mua.Hy of jraes4 ýt '._.I
water that runs dr.r rt tp Iv w= r
Wiil !pe old lovw for e-. sUIad ta'lle .
giArit. A hLge o w|nille..~a( ag
or wlthoet eb .ta 1 Oh; el option, PsM mpl l
I A perfeol title guaraulntd.
ror turther particulars qure at 60 CGov'io ,