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: ml Soellt*eim Railroad.
Thli" Salt Laka correspondent of the Sacra
W ntoRord sengs of the Utah Soutathern
ta-ii*d: ".The road lo bellg built as rap
ldg pnsfiblde. Mr. Jennings, the Presi
fJ .l tr intrwlnsue that its con
rlS f be ret4rded by the dill
!i rtiwring irnian and rottlling Stock,
sa .lihi* dileeilty does not result from
lit l lltlisabttlity or disincli.tdiow of the
610a0 j tWldltnR the rnad to Iayul$he f'ecut
e itt.Aucel in the price . t i ron arid the
" Iblttees.i of iron. 'They are reidy land
(ilwi MuWl to build the road with all postsi
bidlspitch, regardless of eotw. aJvi this is by
53 P desperate retsoie, f cthe road
e.n ormuow~l ttm-evert r isi ti,dt s*e
8018 PhWn AnOhdI~ d mttasi¶detrtuhaso
to p.%y af Mft as tar south as St. George. 40W
mHles arom Salt Lake. From Salt Lake to
S4t. i1t. this road. runs through an almost
eCntlhios valley, rich agriculturally and
thickly tetFted and this valley is borderad on
either ride ,lkth mountain ranges teeming
With ores of thie utofClfns Metarls. The min
eral belt qt this region extends. interrupted
by occasional btreaks, Irom Salt Luke to Pi
*ehe, aind the Imilding of this road will re
sult nt the develupmetrn of all the great ore
deposlts along its line, With only thirty
lr.s of the road completed, it has already
one LMaech narrow gauge railroad nearly
• ontwietete up Americlau Fork canyon, and
,ontrol 4 l arge portion of the Piocle.
whem [00 miles are tinished It will dlevrt via
Salt Lake City the entire trade of sout~reast
ern Nevada, It is even now the oIost impior
.,tnt feeder of the overland roadt froam the
Miseouri River to the Pacific olan: and
the extent of its tribute of business ; 'ill in
crease in compound ratio to every mile of
road construeted. .ow important t~ien, to
California. is the control of the inmcenhrtrade
that this road will develop.
Tih.jf olden Eagle." of Colorado save
- We sTould feel pleased if a numrihlA of
Goies were sulbsrIered for in Colorado, not
that we think the people of our 'l'erritoff are
more in need of such a periodical than other
sections ' bat that we all of is are tngro or
.4eas mmitalft4of ourthrty to ourselvr and
theutntiahts We havs' round us.
Tbelerror of the society,. is the appai.. to
tih, law for suppression of cruelty to s~i
-ae, instead of improving the tnoral' e'hF'
alter of individuals. Children should early
be taught that it is wroiig to ie cruel. Wo
men, as the teachers of the rising-generation,
sheald be ;mpraesed with the duty of instill
ing into the minds of the young, that kind
ness, to animtals always brings its reward;
teaching, by illustration, that all animals than
will be nmore obedient when kindly* treated
when osherwise dealt with.
veryone mwat know lby experience, that
j s is the best cure for perverse horses
hes soad cattle ; and yet we find as a rule
hla w1t k animals are treated harshly.
Wel spe some move will be made in Col
1 hdto-ltave a.*teiety for the prevention
of tdAelt to animals, by suasion. We hold
S'(t&he utkilng of laws for the suppression os
vice does not make the world better or purer;
w*ia m.tera atl hab¶its ife nut changed by
lgltqtih. "Lirtln Act" has been in exis
to:p seaiSNy lEty years,. and we question
much it asly oW'e ls been taught kindness
,y that law. If a tithe of the labor had been
expeonded . -rteaching the law of self-interest.
that has been given to the sulpprefltan of
the evil by force, the world wouht have been
better to-day than it is. . b
We heartily commend "'OurDumb Ant
mals" to our readers.
Aecdote of Daniel Webster.
Mr Webster was tnll of fun and humor at
times, and whea in company with a lew inti
mate friends he unbent, and exhibited his
wonderful versatility of talent, to the de
light of all listeners. He had marvelous
narrative powers. was acapital mimic, and
imitated a broken dialect to perfection, He
was not-an unamiable man, and never said a
maliielous thivtg in all his life; but
when perturbed or uncomfortable, eit her
efrt lndisposition or the effect of exuberant
convuiality, lie was as unapproachable as a
porcupine, And often indulged in peevish ex
clamations and satirical remarks.
I ones heard him describe a visit that he
made to the elder Adams. at Quincy, a few
months: before his death. The venerable
amge. then ninety years of age, received him
with cordiality, thanking him for his civility
in cbming.to see him. lHe was lying in bed,
supported by, pillows, a heavy, plethoric
man, inclining to dropsy, and drawing his
breath with much difficulty. He seemed to
pump up his words. Mr. Webster said, from
a fgrut depth, and spoke in short sentences.
*,How are you Mr, Adams ?" inquired his
''eebleand nearly worn out," was the re
?ly. "The old tenement is irt a state of di
lIptdation, ama from what I can Judge of
the intentibnCof the landlord, he is not like
19 t~o~ au. thilng more out in rerairs."
t he Philosopher's Stone.
Wheeýsontrle but bllitnt John Randolph
once rose Suddenly in the House oft.Heifte
sentatucas, and screamed out at the top of has
shrill voiee. -'"Mr. Speaker ! Mr. Speaker ! I
lhre discovered the philosopher a's stEe.
It :s-pay as you go! ".. John Randolph
dreppedm"mayleata gemstrnom hie mouth, but
never sucha rich one :iran. that "Pay oas
yot Ro,"am!d you need not dodge sheriffs
and eonstables. "'Pay as you go," and yel
can walk the streets with an erect back and
a manly front, and have no fear of those von
meet. 'Yqu won't have to cras the street to
atolda dun, or look intently in a shop win
dow, in order not see a creditor. "Pay as
you go," and you can Anap your finger at
the world4 and wheoa you asughl It will be a
hearty, honest one. slhu not like the langh of
the poor debtor who looks around as thouagh
he was ii doubt w1hetlher the laugh was not
the property of his Ereditors. and ntot 'nclud
ed in articles "exempted from attachi'rm't.n '
"Pay as yqi go," a.4 you will meet stitil
ing faces atTome-happy, cherry-cheeked,
smiling children-a cohtented wife-a cheer
ful beartlali e. John ltiwdolph was right.
itsd 4e) io4e . aeone.
PAy your debts as soon as you get the
money in your pocket. Do without what
you don't need, Speak your mind when
necessary. Hold your tongue when pru
dent. Speak to a firiend in a seedy coat, If
you can t lend a friend money tell him why.
If you doet: wQiL to do bhe.o.me. Cut ac
qiaintance who lack principle. Bear with
iuflrmitles; byt - n vices, Respect honesty.
depsa daI4e . "Wear yoturold clotlbe till
ca n4 yy .f4. .rw ones. Acknowledge
pour igtndotce, jd don't pretend know
you haven't got. Entertain your
. sla t neyer befytiYg:your means.
MOLLt STKLO0 G, of Newton, M!ch., dug a
well forty teet deep. last summer and re
ce149 eE4"lra frouat~her 'father t rei* re.
She received numerous offers of marriage
lrom loug t.angers. but refused them all,
Jdwiia ri t ak~e would marry no man who
wanted her just beeause ihe ou ld work like
SA's p e lftdenc of SenatOr Suniner, W: h
has _st arrived from Europe, reports the
,ýh( theO ;fl. eyt i be in a critical condi
t9i. _W[i.. f ete of his spipnol -
culty have returied.an an aggravated om.
444i Ul prdlcted thIt he will never retnrn
to tills- eounrrg amflq* &a.altation ot the
letding Urtptrpt lS ntaf hat been called
.n w....W " ... " '
m ed "tUo amer Uts of that city, and
-il as thUit a oer as sent fr.hi
it01 r*ars5O5.-.A yiag man
pper for a place sea
II~W' 1 w..
The Anmeaded Postal Regalations.
The followlag . the amended regulations
of the Post Offlee LNpartment under the
laws lately passed. anml d will be usetul tIr fu
Packages of merchandiso not excoeding
twelve ounces in weight, and not liable to
damage the mail, ate subjeFlpto postage at
the rate of two cents for over two ounces or
traction thereof, when unpnýcompanet l by
i4ty writing other thas the address, and so
Wrappetdthat thelecontents'nmaybe examined.
Any printed ma te r xcept.books, msa be
sent for one cent far artch two ounces or rrac
tion thereof to one address, limited to fourt
pounds. Books are subject to a postage of
two cents for each two ounces or traction
thereof, limited to I.ur pounds, exeept books
published or citeulated by order of Con
Samples, of metals, ores. mineralogical
specimens, engraved plates. stencil plates
and electrotypes, limited to twelve ounces in
weight; and so wrapped that they may be
examined. are subject to a prepaid postage
of two cents for each two ounnei or fractions
Und." the new code. section 109, Postmas
fets are authorized to register, without fee.
letters containing fractlaial or oth*enrrency
et the Uited States Treasury for redeutrtion.
When lIs than letter"t ostage Is paid, the
ends of the packages should be left open for
examin:tion of the contents, otherwise let
ter postage sf*aiiid be charged.
Seeds, cutti.gs, bulbs, roots ipa scions,
nP by. matt, mast be put In packages not
ef'eeeding twelve olUlces, and admitting of
examination, otherwise letter postage must
be required. It put up as indicsted. they
.may pass forw fLo cents for each two ouuoes
or fraction' hefeef.
The Departnrent is not 1$e . t pet'e arily,
forlosses oectu'fflg itn the tifnsmitnum and
delivery of letters, but. will amSke proper
efforts to guard against losses.
Remarkrble Case of Theft.
ftte N totsaetti 1g more tMi sM y Lthan
tiny device heretofoe recorded, in the annals
of thievery. 'Ti Journal des Debate re
lates thatonl th )(d alt. the great theater at
Nijul Novgo.eO,. which contains one thou
sand persons, .as firi, the piece to be re
presented bettig asln~ularly enough, "Crime
and its Punishment." Dining the first act a
report was suddenly heard, a slight smoke
filled the upper part of the theatre, and a cry
of "Fire !" was raised. There was a rash
for the doors, but; only one was open; the
terror became general; many persons were
thrown down and trampled upon; when the
thieves who had combined to raise the alarm
commenced operations, tore rings from the
ears of the women, and watches and studs
from the men, the plundering going on for
about ten minute4. Quiet and order betag
restored, It was found that property valued
at more than 100,000 roubles had been car
ried off. hervfal persons were killed, an
actress received a serious wonnd, ~id three
men and women were carried to a hospital:
The light fingered gentlemen all contrived to
The majority of people are not aware of
the beneficial effect of wearing flannel next
to the body, both in cold and warm weather.
Flannel is not so uncomfortable in was m
weather as prejudiced people believe. Fre
quent colds and constant hacking coughs
have left me, since adopting flannel gat
ments. There in no need tit a great bttiP
around the waist, which condemns the wear
ing of flannel with those who prefer wasp
waists to health, tor in that case the flannel
can be cut as loosely-fitting waists, always
fastened at the back. There are scarcely any
of the bad effects of sudden change of
weather felt by those who wear flannel gau
ments, and' mothers especially should` en
deavor to secure such for their little people,
in preferenee to all these outside trimming
w inch ilshion commands.
TEXAs PACIFIC ·".MlROAD.--From M)a
shall, 't'exas.-We learn that 500 miles of the
Texas and Pacific R. R. is under contract,
and nearly covered with graders. Many of
the "lightning men" that labored so success
fully to push the Union Pacific R. R. to an
early completion are down in Texas just
preparing to "haul their coats"-the result
of which-we will bet 1,000 WonLD's-will
be the completion of the first 500 miles, and
ears running on iime,-before January 1st,
Lih!ef Justice Chase is reported in yra
feeble bhelJth, and it is said unless he ea~u
mtental labor entirely. his death may be
looked for at almhos any time.
- r * =.
L. I. BLACK, Ge0. W. FOX,
c. J. LfSm , D. A. . MPHESON,
Vioe President; Aset Oshier.
PAID IN CAPITAL -- - ,O.
AUTHORIZEDL CiPITAL, -- - - - ,00.
HELENA. VIRGINIAr'. CITY, DEER
LODGE. CQORVNK.- SALT &AKE CITY,
SAN F` ANýA IfO, NE W YORA; SAINT
LOUIS, CHICAGO, OM At and' OW all
tOxs patt**op ee of Ijuj*.
COLLLE CFt . entrusted t.4 eat. will
receive immedilsk atteion, 'and' *n be remitted
for pro nptly when dstired by exchange oa New
York or otherwise.
ACCOUNIT received'-sb.at to C a aght.
Interest nllowd on time deposits.
Gall Ds-t, Coit, C lrcy ad 1E
chait oa i at alSl
We shall take pleasure In aulng our best
endeavors 3o promote the Interests of our
Assooiated Bank s
FOX, LYSTIUR IO0, ar.
Park Eis Hbuse,
A. L. PAR. '. s, Piprietor,
R&DERSBUfEG .M. T.
Is one rs the best hotels-in the mountains.
Tle .blesa.t t.Ais.ousm,.a .alrays iuppli.d
tt. e bgst the market . e is.;.. , ,
-IDS TENS V.
.1ýr ý! A was
ell~b$]~~il~ ~ L o
IM EM~M MsTH,
Corner Main amsdflmebman ite.,
B rOZEMAN, MNTANA,
IBLUlM E dICIESSER, IProp'rus
New Bricke ote1
offers ausarpaeoed accommodatteas for the travel
ere. It is outltted in a style ot unequalled. which
makes it ithe very
Best Hotel in th" Country.
Its tables are suppjtd, Ia the 3rblteit abadanae,
with all the
Luxuries of the IIdaseon.
which are prepared emder the immediate supervis
ion of the
BUIST 00K fN THE TERRITIRY.
The ftpvretere and their empleyee make It, net
only .heir 4uty, but their easure, to have their
I iweeWftel at home whilst li their hoe: I-1
IT som novae
*m Eian or w t
,m. arrra* wtmla ' -
Tam an· ether ebias.
If there it a Florea IBeing Xs.
hime within ene thousand' Di'? of
Baa Francisco not- working well and
ead ntire satisfaction, if I on in
ebid .ft, it will be attended to
withaot .zpeaso . sfay kind t. t&
13 New Messgmesry Strees%
batd Otel Blding, ias Fraslse
1ke. werk. Ae/wo .gssn. swess r
(formerly eallel Wli A Stlewrt's)
Nos. s10 and 212 North 4th Street,
st. WOiL, MIS8OURtI,
ZifOS. A. .ZCJ7- 1Pesident.
uml CleVarcial Carser, $6e1..b.
PENMANSHIP, NoItSH GRAMMAR,
WE MAKE THE STUDENT
A thorough Book-keeper.
Quf~k an accurate in Figures.
An Elegant and Iapid Pemain.
An Fluent bpeaker and Writer.
Conversant with the Laws of Business.
Posted in Commerce, Trade and Finance,
and in- geaersa thorough, wide-awake business
n.ry farmerand mers2n5t should it his son for
,uccessful life by sending hie fox' a few months to
We have uiequalled facllities fo- ,.-prtlng a
thorough business education. Our teachers arc ill
experienced accountants. We havea course oz e
tures on business, arts sand-ethics unsurpassed in
the United States. We have unequalled means of
introducing our studentu"into actual business oper
ations in St. Louis, Students mn be plased in the
family of one of the Professors and under his
Ysang Men Seeking Employment.
:We have perfeted arrasgements by means of
which we can Qusaramee SIntaution by special.
contract,-to thol fldikhing the course satisfactorily
STelreMph~i it -Full conurs and ~atuation on
new roads guaranteed by special coetraet. The
Mound City is the model school of the. W est.
S ead for cneular and other information to
Ti JU. A. ICiS, President.
- D, HnAWKS, Prop'r,
COrs*e? . Menait1f e Biasck St..,
T L.VING tia oiehargef t oils .nular $e'e,
i1 and ,citaed, relfris&sit4.th t.ghldy ciet
hauled the saimp I sm prepared to offer superi
or a.'onmmO 'tl6n t the piOublli.
Ral Ieto & Lawi
R . HLL, of Galltin aJ, !s lou prepar
ed is a ttenid'to 'a11' Lanmd Baraarrr," ia* r a
-x P l ,p tintlte, M1i. ta
J11aWittk Alli sad
ware 1d1 mm `ýo1dfý W1 will nfra t to
SrVmte-U 4 swill mar tio sit
ý2:af,,waltr tlee ýt
..u a.iaea #
SF~r1~od Iks. tl d~4
A. I4AI3W. .. . s.xaVasau.
Jxo G. LBioRws.
A. T.&AMMw & C0
Wheolesio aud lRtail Dealers I
i.a~.er Madlm and Bl.,ok Mto.,,
BOZ EMA N, M. T.
LAR€GT " STOCK
- OF -
Ever Brought to the Mountains
AND MORE TO ARRIVE!
EDID IN A
A$ "Li er lrocet tkan E$6i Be
fore Offered In thie Market .
BOOTS AND SHeES;'
H'ATS AND CAPS.
OPF EERY DESCRIP'TION.
'tHE N A f AFA
Will always fiurd a full supply of
FARMINC IMPLE MEtNTS.
Will at all times find every description of
Are imat B e.s 4 and *za ie eaor full line of
GOODt, Ec.. ETC., ETC
Will iid a ompleM amsortat of
Re d -Made Clothing.
uui*i uIU WRaik
"New Depatre !"
A .Change of Base!
AN ENTIRE NEW DEAL!
AVING ASSOCIATED WITH b
MR. A. Wr. TA.NNE. .
and eootemplatim still further char the ist
of January, 1873, by the , Yillson
from the businese, we are now selling guuds
Strictly for Cash! ;
To our old friends with whom we have dealt s
laeigelv, the credit hystem, we ofer thanks for
your libe.tal ps9thnage, end it is not from distrust
that we-nOw close the accounts; but having made, s
and contemplating still futhrther changes we hope I
not to be harrassed by requesti for credit.
Our. prices will be our recommendation-bs6t
tig the times-and we must treat friend and fi e
We are now recelving .
The Largest and Best SeTedted
STOCK Off GOObS
ever brought to this market at one shipment. con
Staple & F'ancy
AN IMMENSE STOCK OF
HA $lD WtARc W,
Boots and Shoes,
HATS & CAPS,
Notions, Harness and. Saddlery
of all kinds,
STA> TIONERY, Etc., Ete.
Come and examine our goods and prices. We
are lsee agents for the McCormirk and Wood'a
Meweri asd Reapers, Sulky hakles, (train Dril s,
ets. Also agents for 'eain Ten Broek's Catrritges.
* WILLSON & RICH.
I* . . . . . . . . .
Succesur to Guy A Lnmd,
a.utIhetarer .o'ad DsIe9ian
HAaL D TV ARtE,
S NvtwA.RE, Eto:,'-@to.
.eeps constanly on hand a good assortment
of the most approved patei.ts, of
COOK & HEATING STOVES
Also a great variety of
foi the Farmer, tile Mimer, and the Camper.
A liberal share of public patronage solicit
ed, and satisfaction guaranteed.
t every kind, done with neatness and dis
p-tch, and at low rites.
Mair S;yreet, opposlte Ellis, Davis A Sperling.
BOZ]EMAN. MONTANA TERR..
SUCCESSOI TO W. LETSON, "
A.t3 MNT IeOR
P. Schuttler's Chicago Wagons,
Coan & Ten Brooke
Buckeye Reaper & Mower,
Furst & Bradley Riding Hay Rake
FURST A BRADLEY PLOS ,
RUNK'S GANG PLOWS,
Skinner's Gang Plows,
WILsON SEwarN MACxINeS,
BUCKEYE GRAIN DRILL,
HORBE 1OWKRM, A o.;
I shall keep eenstantly on hand a full teeoc ofI
wagons, "diserettt sizes, open mmd soered bug
gs, wagon oods, wagon covens, extra ierr
seats, neck yoke, double and sagle trees. Alas,.
aaood stock ws o ef owa. of dlereat asies, extra ipew
beams and hen ainnlag cad itlilng ·altaoir
and in tfat .verythgl.iangtn#Z gW a well ordered
Iown g ... I C.rin.e, I ..h. l
ebdoinesl # peeass~t wIU be patirely sat
.atie by Mete WIe*a d withf lai
st foyerýacine ox wp wa in bse above
gised tlee, tflrcg ,e If retur
Alotr tqi *tec armed
aWA s BEADY EU
in frofs One I T.wenty Utlnutee
IN OTO HOUR
.Ne r nosek
RADWAY'S REASY RELIEF
BORN TReOAT, . xL *e dpe
KYT5TNICS. C lUO. t TAB h
1EADALC4U. TOOTK4--B RAUT xlHATim
Evry y an ereae In Fleh
COTHE GlLEAT BLOOD PUIICRL
T dropa in ha. . IUaPgbir byl IOrat
YORUNTURY ChoLgh Who IN T Urineind
.tn m w .r . a e a erae.
TaveleWr ewtR ad aldeyas any a be*lI of > 1
f.oast yange wat th ea. A fe drop , bel walt. r
area. A lady or t. Tra nel.et
WI w Yr AND ASIVo r
.s in .eoTt w se J t -
I as plnipWh ad DWAY h Z I hu.amln,
y FIEALTJ I EAUE T II
SARSAPARI WAN RESOLVENT
•d SG~IB3 fly M, YSI' MOIS 'i
Every Day an I orease in Flesh
and Welght ibs ben and Felt.
THE QREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Every Imp .1 the SAEISA?&ELLlAN KEULVNIT
epln oear tirough the ledewe u!weU, .r.ine sa eer
uidm tjkes ofu t hh . oe ,iged hf 1f. fr it rlsba
Serofull yphllk, Cuaamptlou, Glan.dulvr bems,
is the br tha Youtheme T aode. Ithe ur.te e.l
of She the.sUymmil Boi_ e Zys. Otr sew J
hre., N -t-S weataL..e. of Sernr m aal wastesd.fhe
Uoprinelp~e are withla the eurative aug . thIs pwader
*fedrseruahomIn (earyt few th se llih ete to
potntowr to unWe them.
Sthel PleaC hk dall bm¶ redunessb t.- waeead
deeomspedtlea thatlk esntla,* ly g si ean eeeds sb
arreottag thsee wa ssee, a fedw tseI sew
iaie waotret. lthybe l ed--sabd. hitohe b-welf ertthe A
LEANwill and deft wears, "
how rei iW agents t thhe are of Chren a, SBrefdb,
Cemtlttheoal, ad ski diseas; but It, the wayI pUirve
S idney k Bladder Complaints,
torii ery, ud *omb dleaoe., CQravl. Dlbetse
Alhvamlnorlar. and In all easa where there are hrlekdui do
C' tts er the water Is thick, cloudy, auted with Messaeme
e tbe white of an oego thread. llke wht , or here
Lea morbid, dark. bl ou app ear ae a t d w hite _ciý d l . u e
a10l, h Augw&Z Prie, *ls,
aWOMjTaeoly kao int gal amelry bs
Ih br of is Yearn Growth
Cured by sad 0I$y' Ue~o Be ve
beveal. All the bourn sell tbw ee ebedlpier tl." I LW
ea gTii And sbed Midw Pipe ad 8w its.of
thn Io r t welve 1 . I leek. i btt a
r la thr fe met a· si n ofo.r Ytor be ter
I w s ble to yes fee de baeatl of ethes. P.l seA .
PERFECT PURIATIVE PILLS,
peedbi tsetel., fleently eded with sweed gnu,
reiulste, p deýats , sao 1trenjthee. dwsys r
the sore et'sl o s of the 5t nrr v~
idey. glade, eresDaa.
ee. d i In4g enD DLssee rrotoeie sa
uepmata at thp luteirnul vleersra. e qb
"e sere Výuegpetdable eantalalagt se snswy,
lo urx o edarak us drug.
1r' the f toil.wa jmyptermni reUltIkg be. 3h
er4m f the Dlgatlve Orian:
Ceeitlpetlen, lewd Pile, Flhlaei el the sI.eni t the Eel'
Auldity .t the 3eeec, raaua w, JkuAmDIe*lyro
aUte th. 11t . thw , Wtwt Ie th ae e raemu
N bf t ' a ct ate e rte , « ho ng
bae a ial do Lih ·F u O luPain to 3b -
iUhmtUuha, ..d audi. Flub. .t C 110dLetg ke the
A few dee.. et RADWAeT mtSWE bee 4w.:eIptde
ftee ill the ab ve nmaed dilerdee.rm. 15ssss leb'ov ez.
SýO AD BY DE1UGI10 .
READ "FALSE AND TRUE." se r
ts LRADWAY &; CO. ek ew.Yadwek.et a
lafbrmatles wsatb iewsrdslk l eS Fe
AlTEH THE FIREIE
Julius Bauer & Co.,
Aleo E2ENERAL AGE1 Tf for
The Oe1 ,brated
W. KNABE, & C2O.
AND OTHER FIRST CIrA$g .
Etsry I swrument fully w rrantted for
A ceipleo ai rtmeat ef the im~prove
BM ii sttd the Slver Tongue
j& N 13,
always ear hail.
SaamufadZers and Importetr of
RANfBIS NTtiNT ," STRINGS,
And all kiads
With iaecrmaued iaglities we are eusbi Wi e05W
GREATER INDUCEMENTS THAN EVER
? O TIEl T111 e~
-. Catalagues of PIANCOS, O 'ANS.
)1!ODFONS, or MUJ3ICAL MEN
CiL4EN1)S will be sent TP'EE to any
ýddre ea napphlication.
MUSICAL INSTa.U ,:NT
s.wmlsh& Naa« a *-.t takes la aaerd
f lt mw eae'.
-399, 392. IN ad 39 Wabash Aeert.
(Late Chureb oft thiewumJk,)
WNw YTek. Rit : J. DAUBD a o.:
E'` r~ao U. y 3 a it U. ®t,
AT THE OLD STAND
Matesif tmtiIzteu, - wee
P Ki s k 8T0LE, Proprietors.
FlaW, Gwrin, U*b SU. Meaits aui
* N EW
W. W. 191 0 RIIs
WIOULD reapeetfhlly sanaoue to Me oleisaa e
Gatrlltia * ty bat ho aa
Just Received and Opened
A Lawsa and wMe 8.*i.Ao
Painti, Oil, Dye t i.
I rbese gooe hauvr just arrived from te last oad
were bought from frst bwads for oasb, sad will be
sold as low as they can be bought l the Territory.
Prescriptions seauartely compounded at all ears.,
day. adt night..
Th. etstasl hhaent will e uader thb sharg of the
weall known A~eharyAI
-. 11. 2C.o' ok mc.
whose long experience is a guarsatee tLat msel
cines will be compounded accurately, a.d4as art
ale will be substituted for another i a preceriptles.
Salt and see for yourselves, a few door east of
Lawmne & Co.'s Bozesma
.. ,m.t.. • .d
Two doers below A. Lamumeo Co.'s str,.
Ford & Pattersown
Save Your Money
BY BUYING YOUR MEAT
AT T HE CITY MA PIAt
DOW'N WITH; EN1 PIrICes
KEEP ON HAND, AT ALL TIMuS, THU
Bast Meats In the Market,
and are determined to
SELL MEAT CHEAPER
Than Any Other Market in the
II, l!trI lIw hl
'T. I. DAWEN,.
W OULD respeotlally aaeoausoto M *,oeL e
BSZEMAN AND THE iALLATIN VALLEY
that he has opened at the .tore-room haiaTrly e.
cupiod by A. W. A C. Z. Teauer,
MAIN BTARZr, IOSINMU, M. !.,
An entirely NEW STOCK rt
LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
whlek he e*rs to ~ tl'e
€ eaplosr C¢.k
His goods are naw and hqiee, ad feaillue wish
ing to lay il uppileus fr iitm.&diltt or feture ;o
wotqld do. *e)i' to gve him a call before inatgl
the tpreh es.
u is determthe4 to taild squarely by *o moetl,
sad rrneat a liberal share t thebU .pIi
He wilI eofer to famillee sad.epttn overy raeUlo
usually kept by dea' *rs i' hi'i4e.
MAIW wrulUT. 3OUMM(.
Jo04Brownz 1! Co.,
Joa ~BfOoriia oU ·
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