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hedM adea t burg, L. T.an the veaenlfg 4
Thewseeilulg was cl esm bto the
Kon. Jq* eertor J uea . s.. n,
tlon theater? wade, A. q. P. IGeorge, My,
* Was 010leordPreldetIOt ad eogeP4A Cowan.
tl*sq., St drq. The Predent, ater stmt
the . ree t: metng, tetno dneom 4o the
eUs1bied omtens Wilbur F. 5aud ;, of
ens, who didreed thmeetlngr .pe bonn
eatsal, h wesnly ebowlaig the a4*astages
wecrleter tt people aofthe Terlr$yfoom
being-son, ted with .hem tuhq woridys 4
llaeof railway Eai also ;how b lge sy e
for an ianpe ,lsaultouog t Legislative
Assembly of the Territory in order to provide
for right of way through privatolad. Geo..
8. Oeles0ans2 q., of Soteman was then in
tredueed, who. owlng to the Iat'ates of the -
hour spoke but ashort tanx, dwellingprlnel
pally upon the-untold advantages tea people
following the advent of a railruad4 into their
The following resolutions were thea *htesem,
toad and 'wudifootly adopted II~ the mheet, T
lag, towit; .
*esotved, That this meeting ecouslders a~ to
)lorth andi toutkiteallsoad highly _desIraible to t
Territory of Montansa, and essentially neces
ssrV to relivne as horn the tgtonand de- is
prewln under whicb ge new laJ r
*s a.sdrd.'latsueh a road should' hoCa. .
straotsd with the tei Bible le and at
the smallest psqeble publc e .
Resroltyef, That to f~raan tibphjct we than
aoxn e e~r eas on of 2*0 g1Satls. A,.
sem neo*sary, and tha it should coX1n4
thl b rs of the dstom to this sublect and
In onvening the eame the governor shall
have our cordial support.
Qa motion, the thanks of the meeting were
tendered to Col. Wilbur F. danders, of` elRpa
and George t. tolean, i q., of Bseuian o
4or their able anda eatertain ag efbrta, as
speakers of the evening. a
-On Motion, it Was resolved that the proceed- js
:iags of this naAK ne sent to all the "East I1
-Side" papers for pubtloat tea.
The meeting than adjonrned, ise die,
A. GP.OEORGE, President '
Gao. F. COwAN, Sseretary.
QuuseTrsome At AnssaTr-Marnn Eur"
An aftsen-anided man propounds the fol.
lowing bonm rams:
Did you ever write a letter to a dead rela.
tion, andonly fandr out your mistake when
you wanted the address?1
Did 7ou verastandorthree-quarters of an
boar before the glass wondering where on
earth you bad seen that tace befoze?
Did you ever go on singing a verse of a
hymn after the congregation had findshed
Did you ever light acigar with a ten-pound
note, and then stick the lighted end hi your
Did you evgr meet your father in the street
and wonder for fifteen minutes who that rumn
looking ld buffer was?
Did you ever run about till the perspiration
trickled lrcn yqar two brows, looking for
yoiur pen and spectacles, one of which was
behind your ear and the other on your fore
Did you ever take up anybody else's
chasge for your own ?
DI4 -CoUever lomayo rail on.
a chatr io place of your overeeat?
Did you ever pay your tailor In an absent
And did you ever sprinkle your strawber
ries with salt, pocket the silver lbrks, drink
out of your finger.glass, or asratch some
body else's back for your own ?
Hon. A. H. Svurazns.--Hon. A. if. Ste
phens was in Atlasa last week on a visit,
being tle first time be has been from home
In tour years. His health has very maeh
improved recently; although still quite lame,
he is able to walk without much difficulty.
The cordial welcome and respectful atten
tions shown him by all classes of citizens
were as gratifying as they were deservedly
complimentary to his great genius, states
manhhip and patriotism. -
On Friday, the $2d, one smndkcd and fifty`
of the most prominent citizens of Atlanta s
petitioned him to delivet a public address in *
that city, but business engagements pre
vented his compliance. He has promised,
however, to comply with their reqapt on
Wednesday night, December 3d. Atlanta, $
in thus doing honor to the. purest and great. *
eat of living.stateamen, has reflected tenfold
on hersel,-,fDu a Joured.
A Boston printer., who s not unknown In I
New York, was found, soon aftor the relent
fire, sitting on a cool stone in fro't of his
establishment. anmlindulging;, y the looks
of his countenance, in "a :swell of sorrow."
The religlons edior of the --was psadlgt
by, and stopped to look at hlm, saying at the
same time, "Your heart, my poor friend
and brother, seems sad, and your soul 1
melted by this fearful visitation of Provdthnce e
'No darn, it?' said thg printer, elevatinghlm
self with some show of energy, '* but Ws my
type thatts melted; and for Providimee.-I
wish it bad been in Providence." Both are
now at work again, as lively as larks; but it
is funny how ditferently men take things&
A Waekjngton corpeandent says .5th.
celebrated coloredl uspirat for any o*lMem
which cornes in his way: 'Lagston Is icaly
a very capable, man, Is well educated, lil
i~asners araesther free, but agreea le, and
as a publie speaker he is saki tobe lerIt l
ainl effective. His only drawbak lIh t
lam. He has the lrnpasdescejnd easurscea of
the devil. Theprluciple of Slw be Is odoubt
thonrougbly se"ua ated wih. but his t.o;
tiee if hemar had sanyhas bees very Rlmted
A GOD0 OPQIT JIY!:
solatee bes $set #rbuagps.e su
3rI~ betw ss d
wit s ia.
,-e _ th dat
A.1i Ittae. of .We estate ot e*ý
.., eg , N(o~tioe..A
N o~4tiae1. R~aitp o ta. oard o1T~oit
COBS ~ 1ý Li tlb#Ga 05sta.b
oaa , hade an the third d
Sotpie atouud euon 'oR sai:. * udm
Raew that a YIee it imef e
e!H. Ins t Mo nt a~ es L em a4s
__I #9t 1831, 1
FRANK H ARPER,
EAST MAIN eTREET,
on zeman, * I Ontaos.
eo Qcnemalg Dlae kslthijnig a*e,
id OXjlI, HORSZ* 4*11D MU)4ýE8"IOD
hfP .ad eyeryh
Sto I. i" o 1: . **
so WAnRRENBTREET, NEW YORK,
I p rlaelof all Wlt o>~
or beads fr Indian and Other Tia4e.
Is Also YA stiIA CTUURO 4
Va Wmp.., Nair-Pipe, 811 5
I a.iBeIs, Brass BUssi and B ,
,B rX~e~U said CBAaa cUNS sat w,
10 aother colors; a'ti* all kildh of feaw
isad cheep J WBL2ty. 3)?. 0,1 n7[ i.
A Good Brgain!
B owner of theT"reperty sow sooupied as the. W
KTYLTS SALOON, 0
-and the large, *ubstaatial buildg adjofafg it,;
formerly occuple l bj Ward a bullis aebutcher
shop, wishing to ou, lrs boath buildings for
gale, together wit a! the
belonging to the saloon, Which eo plete hI
every particular. Both houses are loae in the
'moot desirable business porton of Bhaeman, hud
are adapted to at y bushiess. p,
Terltg Reasonable. A
Apply to GEO8. .COLNMA* A
Atnorney a -ai.
ts Uestablish In "W. L. Perkin;' brick block,
aa, oibn or about She I5th of Dcember, afall
02 Booto and ti ea, b.w,
9 lr !"i i ntasmles' acrd ailidreja's weýMr; e'E
g f &IiEp Soo a. Our stock will be lets,
C. l . Tuoett. l$ hat. charge of the. lah-r.
t tadbalmt sy elmadi workman. 1 wil 4aau
11f ar o .rdf
JAS. LI. GALLOP
ALL ZIN8 O: ?20
rr d'a, f
1 ! s 1 I~i }I
N~ ~ ,.r' tf. y
r-" r oilied RI.. a Stewart'.f
lIm"Sh SR*a4 3I SN rth 4th S$treeit,
ST..m, LOI L~8OUgi,
, ' flUS i eu .reiaM Cour'!, *6O14o5,
COM. A RfITUTEC.
~GrIst G tA3VA R,
(AMR A LAW,
A, thoreugh ' ok.ken.
9ikan r3ourat iii I'js.
Eumegins ani~pd i POasnai,.
An S't1Ofl& p ter nod Writer.
Uonyeregrt with the Laws of lusinens.
P'4pausd in (owluertie, Trade and Finance4
ana4 in general a thorough, 'wide-au'ake busin~ess
Every' ftrmea, end mercanat should Er his son fir
,e uwoessatiu1* u f sendling him lor a lew monuaa t.
oar t1ealtutlo ...
We bave uanqunkIecL. fecilltie. for imparting a
thaevugh business education.. O~zr tenoherer are all
ex ewenced aooountaents. Wehi ve at~course of less
onI'tare; bnsea~eu, are. ash 'ethics unaurpeasetd iii
the United &ates.- We have unequalledi ni rnns of
odneldg our studcent into acu*4 businese oper
ations in t Louis. Stttuents can lee placed iu the
family of oan .1 the Profesaors amd uinder his
Yasag le. Seeking EiapioymenL
We hsi. pewecoted nrrongenaamhts, by mansas of
Cwnhitctia t teaaeuawnis..g h ourse m Bali~ s j Do~
T.I~aagbI~ ~~gi course ,cud sitnetiwrn on
neow naez w~ by spew I .ia~au,.~tt Tiae ' fý
Led far + teeslr and oflir lifafru~ration to
Mauistwt r and fleajr l
Boots nd hoes',
M~nI STREET, BOZEMnLAN, M. Wý.
KEP stosed tsatly en handJ and mzaunfactqira4
Warranted to it and made of the blest materi'al
Oiwvey deaerap;Iq,~ done. If y ou wr&nt your co?)ihi
+ urtrted. brfng Mic aitwy
R llitat Land
R W. MMor wno and C oed er peoyp le
Alr !cad toe "Awd aeonn wid d~tai to
t~tIuI rntereet~togIva me a call.
"- Olle in the store of t~ailop R Spear.
QiaJlsi~n~tty, 1[. T., A~pri is, WIit.
LL inrso knowing themselves indebtt~c to tire
lates Daniel nmall are requested to comeic r
'Ward n. Ae~tti within ninety day'a from~ thse date
heief, .*thef recounts will be placed in the banaes
f*t** sttornsey for collecftimni.
Psnotters- Esq riillcont ccu to net as theau
tkdt4R Ae al ALkWI SMALL.:
ow out the beet lumbe es b## tb
rk te woa I**e.4si
a 1t b 1i lmbr +
Ali p Lbt
,'ý bu re_ yspp
Ev r aiahttotlwbuntains
AND MOILT AIRIV2
`EE IN A
Al . wWir Prieae than Ever 3.*
fore c ered In this Market.
DRY tOODi, ROCZRL S ,.
43 MRDIWAR X
Out fitting Goods
OF EVERY DESCRIPTI ON.
41T Il E fA NOW1i1 A
fWilt alwapyifRur Ic ti supply of
red THFE MINER
Wly at 11It ar .very' deesription of
T14 T E LAD.IES
4lu &re invited to till and *xaalne our tol liiie of
Co in (
VMae ° : r wrrr.
nSR @A se. *till Ifz p
-tthtest ., w*F na rnlijg guod;
veear , *Jd frlqnds witb whom we have dealt
largely on thw $nditarsystw, Wt ofert4for
yoursliberal stronmte, gd 1imt os t from ditruat
thot wr p ow dloe. Ot 's; tghut afl made,
andsºntmp oatfh t j1tit1 obhauan we h
not to be harrt by re tee for credit. op.
Oer prices: 6 will ou Wommcudatlo,-b4,t,
S the tias-nd ie esue treat .fiend ad ffe
We are new reentrhng
Tbe.Laret and kitsto lctd
TOCK or GOODS
e, tr ngam th mana* t aem 'hipmesp, seo
Staple &s Fancy
Alt IMMENSZ STOGY of
Boots and Shoes,
HATS b& APB,
rfvti..s, Haruess saue Sa~dlery
of Ail iands;
Come cad *xamite our good. and pr-ices. We
are also agerts for the Meonomw cml d W .cd's
31*res° ad Reapurra, t*ulkv l&.kca, (Irain Drit ,
eto. .adao' snaufie f..t I 4re 'Vtnea BicE arriage6.
Successor to Guy 1t Lund,
Kanufaetuwor *f sA M d ~.w sI.
3 Sheet fronware,
TI.NWR E, te. Et.
Keeps constanly on hand a good assortment
of the most approved patents, of
oO (KOX & HEATING STOVES
Also a great variety of
Manufaoi red TInware,
fox the Farmer, the. Simer, and the Camper.
A liberal shaiwof publcpatronage: solieki
ed, and eat efltions gu ttuteed.
of every kind, done with atatnesi and dies
path... and at low rates
Maiat 4treer, appoeite Elisi, Davis ;A periag.
BOK, ±EMAlN, MONTANA TERR.,
8U.u s. ATOW.
succ fson r .7rsd
P. Sehuttler's Ohteago Wagons,
tts1&Br gey iu i
r w idatll FWW8 l
RUNKB GANG PLOWS.
Bkinner' Gag 11ws
WiRo Bw lwe ' Mcars
BO WEB&BI 4 .4
sprs it ýb
Z?,7t dt sh 3ºýu e
Iutbsed b ` £u
tiamb - aj t V ~ r Shad i. *i
stsfaet lst t I th Isag;
JL~du4 R r CI
a!1e~thh sale w44Vl there with w1
wmr.4 bym m
Se. t thWe- hessw. da Ow' be __
a-?kWa only we.~ 0u4m~dU acre 1c m frF we.
vot adc at 14w/~tla Ye~c 'de5r'!1W
Thweaos Alaw w~aqtarselba~~~.aI. bd Ich ita w Iah
p__,___ os aso lew*~Ia a4._T'a ý i pw lgf
the eu all 41w at tkhe.
cume d oa
'm the ts r s e lng sTprm emt aj ak36
uA t.wa re .-&. m.t
- B -i2 & ttA
)iacaoet rore .1
WV. K.NABE & CO.
AND OTIIE1l FIRUtQA Q4S
EVeay I ~rmeM t fu-y1w4rhedr
A otmanplcl. Esa~tm t .1 tas iimpravi
Bausr and- the 8i1vr Tc gn.
. R '3A9N3 t
diby Ea bau
And 1kid o
ad#aupon nppliat. n
N rNs iý BOZMA
.diufe º iat 1.g
IMEAT- MRKE T:
ý'ý asO-uwmjj, Memw. M4a . ý.
spav ' 'ur 3o,
51 srI* BXi OVZ =IL41
AT TH "CITY MARL1K"
K " UE , " l aft di nmis 4 t s~ f
SELL IIEAT CME~Apr.
Than Any Ob'Mret is 4k.
S@Z(EA Alt om',$4 AUTIN VRLLiV
that behaepe s t ýthd ~ese-reei fa~w
eupted 1lea. W. &G . U. Taaaeu
MrI *flZZT fOI*M4sa~l r N. AV
A* eatlny NEW STOCK s
LIQUORSI AND C1GAXII
NI. ~o~a u new end eh@lee. ; thuillee wb.
iag to° y lx euppliese &r" biednr l flre Uise
would do werra to give h a seilhes e umht.
Md wlsn 1i:tl'iie iof thep kl
venallyr kit a ýý
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