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2 COO 00 Strawberry, Raspberry, Blackber
U ,U ry, Currants, Grapes, Asparagus
Roots, Peach Trees, etc. 100 Selected Vari
eties. Great American Strawbe;ries. Largest and
best. Berries 2 oz. each, 9 in. around. By mail,
10 for $1: 100 for $5; 1,000 for $40. Wilson Albany,
Chas. Downing, Monarch of West, Kentucky, Green
Prolific, $2 per I,000. Capt. Jack, Cumberland, Tri4
umph, Sterling, Jocunda $. per 1,000. All Pure.
,$atalogue free. Cut this out, JuOIN S. COLLINS,
Moorestown, New Jersey.
A. J. DAVIDSON,
Manufacturer of and dealer l4.
SADDLERY AND HARNESS
BRIDLES, V1 IPS FALTERS COLD RS,
And everytl ing perusining to the trace.
G EN;TINE CONCORD IIARN.ESS
Always in stock.
Iepairing Dona at Short Notice,
And .ýices lower trnn ever before charged
in theTerritory.
HIDE, WOOL, PELTRIES.and FURS
Bought, for which the highest mapRet price
will be paid.
NO.2 HOLTER'S I3LQCK, HELNNA 1.T.
(Next door to Wells, Fargo & Co.)
LTIRT EI-ZU ER .UILD SZAD JDB
AMERICAN
BEJOUR!L
Iz OAn_ýe5egaut 8 6 Monthtly devoted to
The most bnooesfph and experienced Bee-Maetere In Amernse
are Its regular con spdents. Itia the OtDZNT, L.' a0T anc
BEST BEE RAPER IN TH WORLD:
TWO DOLLARS A AL k men Cod 0 Addreus
Thou. G. Newvman A Goa, 94'W .t4 St. t7moagao.
Choice Fler and Gar n Seeds,
1TRAWIERRIFS4 VEACHES,
ETC., ETC.
NWw Sorts, by mail.
Plants of the newest and finest improved sorts,
e Irefully packetiand prepaid by mail. 'My collec
tion of Stnawberries took the first premium for the
best Collection, at the great show of the Mtssachu
setts Horticultural Society, in Boston. I grow over
100 varieties, thq most complete colleption in the
country, Including all the new, large Amrpican and
imported kinds. Priced descriptive Catalogues,
gratis, by mail. Also, Bulbs, Fruit Trees, Roses,
Evergreens. Choice Flowedr, Garden, Tree, Ever
green, Herb, or Fruit SeedO, 25 packages of either
tor. $J .00, by mail .
C. The true Cape Cod Cranberry, best sox for
Upland, Lowland, o Garden, by mail, pre
' paid. $1.00 per 100, $5.00 per 1,000. Whqle
ae1e Catalogue to the Trade. Agents wanted.
B M. WATSON, Old Colony Nurseries and.
Soyd Warehouse, Plymout4., Mass. Estblished hi
1842. blishe in
1 F. MARSH,
S B. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYORi
HELENA, - - - MONTANA.
Mrs. M. AgEckert,
]IHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST,
MAIN 87FlEET, - - - HELENA, MONTANA.
Pictures taken in every style of the art, and guar
anteed to give satisfaction.
FITS LILEPSYV
OR
FALLING S1CIKNESS,
Permanently Cured-no humnbug-by
one month's up ae of Dr. Goulard's
Celebrated Infallible Fit Powders. To
convince sufferers that these powders will do all we
jlam fbr them, we will send then by mail, post
jºkid, a Free Trial /sox. As 1)r. Goulard is the
only physician that has ever jnade this disease a
special study, and as to our knowledge thousands
have been permanently cured by the use of
these dowders, we will guarintee a permnjnent
cure in every case, or refund ou all u oney
expended. All sufferers should give these pow
ders an early trial, and be convinced of their cura
tive powers.
Price, for large box, $3.00, or four boxep for
$10 00, sent by mAil to any partof the United tittes
or Canada on receipt of prise, orhby express, C, O.
13. Address,
ASH & ROBBINS,
lily 300 Fupr4.oN STREEFT, BlROOKLYN, N. Y.
CONSUMPTION
POSITIVEIýY CTTIRED.
All sufferers 1rom this disease that are anxiois to
be cured shoul,.try Dr. I(iss tr's C'Ilebrat.
ed Cotnauinative Ppwdcrw. Thest owdiirs
are the only pireparatious knowIr thatwill (1re
(Onwsamuptinn and all diseastW of the 'hroat
asad hunie;deed, so strong is our ztuith in
they nd aul o to 'convince you that they are no
hunlI g, we, will forward to every sufferer, by
il lipost p1i(1, a Free T'rial b9x.
tkon' ow t your mtnpey until you ane per
'4º1ty. sati'lNtd of thtIir (curative powers. It your,
tit'e. is worth saving, dot0't dehIav in givi these
Powdery a trial, as theylwill su1gy cure you
17rice, for large box, $s.00, sent to any parjof the
United States or Canada, by maial, on rc ipt of
price. Addres-,
ASH & ROBBINS
15-ly 300 rt L.TON STU1EET, lB{OOKLXYN, Y
C. S. KELLY, D. D. S.
DENTIST.
Broadway, - - - Helena.
S1P1E.CIALTY: Correcting irregularities of the Natu
ral Teeth, restoring deeved parts with Porcelain
and Gold; nmaking Artillctal Teeth with contuouous
Porcelaig Gulm. 41-1y
APPLICATION FOR PATENT.
U. 8. LAND OFFICE,
Helena,, Montana, January 4, 1878..
Notice is hereby published that Louis Rotwitt,
John P. Barnes, Walter W. Arnold, Benjanmin
Ackroyd, henry Bratnober, Francis l)ay, Richard
E. Marks, iiitd1.Francis Scharwitz, by Louis Rot
witt, his attorpey in fact, whose post dlice address
is Canyon Fcrry, Meagher county, Montana Terri
tory, have this day filed application for patent, un
der the Mining laws of Congress, for their placer
nmine, situated in Trottt creek (unorganized) miing
(district, Meagher county, Montana, in township
No. 11 N, of ranges Nos. 1 and 2 wqsr from princi
pal mneridian, desig"ated as Lot No. 45, which
claim is not recorded,, and described in the ofiicial
plat and field notes on file in this oillge as follows:
Beginning at a granite stone,20x12x4 inches mark
44 1 ,1 C 45 for the northeasterly corner, and run
njng thence 8 50 deg 45 min W 10.50 chains; thence
S 42 deg WV 20.50 chains; thence S 2 dog 30 min W
1 ,50 chainsi thenc(.S 61 deg 15 min W22.89 chains;
thence N 68 (leg 30 n)dn W 11 chatins;"thence S;(9 de'
15 min W 14.96 chains; thence N 70 (leg 30 rnjf \
12.80 chains; thence S O0 deg W 10 10 chains; thence
N 89 de- 30 min WV 18.89 chains: thence S 58 deg 30
min W x.24 chains; thence S 68 deg 30 mnn W 10.90
ct uins; thence S 35 deg 45 min W b.74 chains;;.hence
8.3) deg 30 min W 8..86 chains; thence N 77 deg W
7,ý3 chaqins to a poii} in the west boundary of town
shijp 11 north, range.l west, from which the corner
to sections 18, 19, 13 and 24, township 11 north,
rg nges land 2 west bears south 20.37 qhains distant:
'thence N 77 deg W 2.27 chains; thence N 56 deg 30
x Tjin W 5.45 chains; thence S 87 (leg 15 min W.10.59
chains; thence N 35 dpg W 5.6)0 chains; thence N 83
(;g 30 min W 12.96 euains; thence N 85 deg W 5.54
chains; th8nce N 69 deg 45 nmin W 13 19 chains;
thenceeN 50 degW 19.05 chains; thenceN. 0 deg 1E 2.65
c('13ins; thence S 40 deg 15 mire E 8.86 chains; thence
S.5i (leg 15 min E 9.33 chains: thence S 67 daM 30
min E 14.80.chains; thence N 81 deF E 6.10 chains;
thence S 82:deg 30 min E 12.12 chains; thenceeS 68
deg E 11.6.5 chains; thence S 61 deg 30 min E 8.12
chains; thence N 86 deg 30 min E 9.85 chains; thence
N 32 deg E 6.74 chains; thence N 46 deg 45 min E 9
chains; thence N 75 deg30 min E 8.96 Chains; thence
N 57 deg E 4.58 chains; thence S 88 deg 47 min E
16.47 chains- thence N 58 deg 15 min E 13.33 chains;
thence S 78 dleg 30 min E 11.50 chains; thence N 83
deg 15 min E 35 chains; thence N 69 deg E 7;.39
chains; thence N 7 deg 15 min E 16.31 chains; thence
N 41 deg 30 min E 31.2Q chains; thence S 45 deg 30
min E 5.74 chains, to the place of beginning, cet
bracing sixty-two and thirty-two hundredths
(62 32-100) acres, upon which a notice of.said appli
cation,.together with a plat of the premises claim
ed, were posted on the 17th day of December 1877.
according to law. The adjoining claimants to these
prengses are Mayne & Luke, ph.cer claim in New
York gulch, and placer mining ground on.Trout
creek northeasterly, claimants unknown.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the above
described Lot 45, or any portion thereof, are hereby
notified thu t unless their adverse claims are duly filed
according to law, with the Register of the United
States Land Oflice, at Helena, Montana Territomy,
within the sixty days period of publicatiqu hereef,
they will be forever barred by virtue off the prowi
sions of the mining lsws of Congress.
J. H. MOE, Register.
B. F. MAnsn, U. S. Dep. Min. Suryevor.
(o0. 562.)
APPIdCATION FOR PATENT.
IV. S. LAN) OFIiCE,
Ilelena,'Mntantb, i)qecemher e5S, 1:77, )
Notice is hereby published that, Thomas Coonet aund
Michael Mpnaghaun, whose post otllte address is
Canyon Ferry, Meap4er county, Montana Terri
tory, have-this day 1iled application thr patent, un
der the Mining laws of jongress, for a placer mine
situatgti in New York gulch mining district, Meag
her county, Montana Territory, designated as Lot
No. 46, in township No. 1 north, range No. I west,
which claim is not recorded, and deoei ibed in the
official plat and field notes of survey, on tile in this
office as follows:
Beginning at the northwesterly corper at a slate
stone, 18x10x4 inchqs, marked 1 M. C. 46, frorp
which the initial point for New Yorklgulch minhng
district bears N 75 deg 8 mIn W 98.91 chains distaut
and running thence N 69 deg E 12 chains; thence N
88 deg 45 nmn B 35.50 chains; thence S 8 deg 15 mip
E 4.39 chains; thence S 88 dog 45 min W 35.50
chains; thence S 73 deg W 9.84,ohains; thence N 34
deg W 3.58 chaihw to the place of beginning, em
bracing an area of nineteen and seventy-nine hun
dredths (19 79-1()) acres, upon whiff a notice of
said application,, together with a plathof the prem
ses claimed, waasposted on the 11th diiy of Decem
ber, 1877, aecorctlng to law. The naroes of owners
of placer mining ground adjoining on the east and
west are unknown.
Any, and all persons claiming adverpely the above
described placer mine, or any part thereof, are
hereby notifled that unless their adve se claims are
duly.Jlled according to law, with the Register of
the01. S. Land Oftice, at Helena, Montana,,within
the aixty days period of publication of this notice,
they, will he forever barred, by virtueof the presvi
sions of the Mining Acts of Congress.
J. H, MOE, 'Register.
B. F. MAush, V. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor.
SUMMONS.
IN THE DISTRICT COJRT OF TH1 THIRD
ýJUDICIA.L i)ISTIICT of the Territoiy of Mon
tana, in and for the County of Meagagh:'.
Lj CY It,, D)UNN, P'laintitr, )
agaitist sSummons.
FltkyDE-1ICK P. DUNN, Defendant. S
The People of the Territory of Montana send
greoting to Frederick P. t)uqiu, Defendiant.
You are here)y required to appear in an action
brouthut against you by the above nameh~phaintiff in
the in trict Ceurt of the Th1rd .Judielal District of
the 'Territory of Montana, in and for therouuty of
Meagher, and to answer the complaint tiled therein
within ten days (exclusive of the day of service)
after the service on you of this suutmons-it served
within this county; or, it served out of this county,
but in this district, twenty days; otherwise, within
.toity days-or judgment by ,d1iault will be taken
agaitst you, accordipg to thc4trayer .of sail con-,.
'I' said action is brought to-obtain a decree dis
solvijig the loids of matrimony existing between
the plaintitfand you, the said defendant .
And you are he:'hbv hotitlel that if you fail-to ap.
pear and answer,tiue said intutlaint, as above rt
Iuirei, the said ilaintill will ask to have your de
;ault, and for the relieftprayed for in her comhlaint.
Given unqer my hand and the seal of the District
. urt of the Third .Judicial District of
the Territory of Montana, in and for the
iA.. citiunty ot .leagher,, this 2d day of Feb
'- uary, in the year of our Lord one thou
szaxd eight.uindred and seienty-eiglt.
XV'. L. pRICE & COM1PAN ,
No. 14 SOUTH COMMIERCIAL STPREET, ST. LQUIS, MO.
COMMISSION AGENCY
MISSOURI STATE G1RANGE
(Bonded in the sum of $100,000,
Tlanulact'cuers of
THE GRANGE WACOX
S _1'_ight Spring Wagons and Buggie
` - Re1duction in prices for 1877.
THE GRANGE WAGON.
VA(,oNS. C'ARIEi~S.
21-2 In. Thim.Skiil, very light 2-h'sC 1.200l1x. $48
2 3-4 in. lighti2-horse 1501)8. 4:
3i. ' ' iedninh 2-holesC 18(5)11)8. 5o
3 1-4 in. 2-hor-C '4t5) lbs. 53
3 1-2 in. .3-h' (light 4-h), 3201 . 5
3 :1-4 in. 4-hoise 4)0h.U
1 3-8 in. Iron Axle, very light 2-horse 130))ls. 5:3
1 1-2 in. light 2-horm' 1t0001hs. 54
1 5-8 in. '4 2-horse 2001)11)8. 55
1 -4i. ' -h'e (light 4-h'c): 2500 lbs. 0 2
2 3- in. ' 4-horse 40(0011)6. 70
Spring Seats, $4.00 extra, Two-leaf Springs, oil
tempered. Wheeler's Patent Brakes, $4..50 extra.
SPRING WAGONS, rnoni $93.0( To $130.00. BUGGIES, FROM $120.00 TO $225.
We desire to call the special attention of
3 NLONTANA siiIPPrE
to the fact that they can realize
The Highest Market Price
by consigning their
WOOL, HIDES, FURS AND ROBE
to our care. Prompt attention given to the pir.
chase of
FAMIL AND FARM SUPPLIES, AGRICiHr
RAL MACHINERY, Etc., Etc.
irinted instructions and information for the benelt
slippers, and Market Reports furnished on )ppli)catieo
__ 10SAVE01
Duy the IMPROVED
. ewing Manchine.
jg. It is so -lnmple in construction and runs no
easily that a child canl operate it.
ben- It has the straight, selfed et.ing needle, cur it.
proud skuttle, with a erdfset tenskmT, which dToY t
change as the bobbin becomes exhausted.
derc All the gearcin poiuts are ain t bei ean dhctU
combines everyy desirable improvement.
4 Every 3Machine is sent out ready for use, tikr
being thoroughtly tested.
Netwithastandauing the GREAT RtEDU;CTIO\
IN PRICES we continue to use the best material
and exercise the greatest care in their mnanufactture.
VICTOR SEWIN MACHINE CO.,
Weutoem rasah Ofoo, 381 West Madlioi St., Chicago, M.l' PRINCIPAL 0PICE and Manufactories, Middetow, Ca.
FlEE 'A VALUABLE INVENTION
JTHE WORLD RENOWNED
WILSON SEWING MACHIN.
in workmanship is equal to a Chronometer Watch, an
as elegantly finished as a first-class Piano. It receiv
the highest awards at the Vienna and Centennial Ex
sitions. IT SEWS ONE-FOURTH FASTER than oth
machines. Its capacity is unlimited. There arer m
WILSON MACHINES sold in the United States tha
the combined sales of all the otherss., The WiLSO
MENDINC ATTACHMENT for-doing all kinds of repairing
WITHOUT PATCHINC, given FREE with, each machif
ACENTS C
W .WILSON SEWING MACHINECO
827 & 829 Broadway, New York; New Orleans, La.;
Cor. State & Madison1Sts., Chicago, Ills.; and San Francisco, C
SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT.
NICIi MILLEN,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Boots, Shoes, Leather and Findings,
HELENA, MONTANA.
My stock.E n the wbplesale and retail trade is
VERY LARGE. AND COMPLETE
And consists of the best and largest assortment o1
Ladies', Misses' and Chlildren'sIFrench Kip, Pebble
Goat, Morocco, Cloth and Calfskin Shoes.
Men's Custom-made Frenchind Kip Boots
Kept constantly on hand, Also, GUM BOOTS.
My stock being purchased exclusively for cabh,
enables moCo offer g4tra inuducements in the way ot
1o1 prigeP Feg11.([
HAY MARKET AND FEElD)'£
JOSEPH HOttSKY, JrOP's
LOWER MAIN STREET. HELENA
Aceonmpodations foi.
AIM KINDS AND AT NUM1jM EOF,
Is prepatred to
COMPETE WITH ANY STAELE IN
HAS FAIRBANKS' ],AVi Al
I have 620 acres of the hest ha}y i
Pear Valley, six miles from toin i., t131n.
all my hay.
Ii hest '1 Arket Price raid forG

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