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LOCAL NEWS. 1 I t'.u- Daik 1<»l December \1'.K A Staciivlor^ The bachelors of Nelson gulch (many of whom ought loin: ago to have hoc!' happy h .a .'.it t- gave a dinner or. Chrbtiua- at tin* residence of Mr. Frank lardy an I Ed. Ro ll nrealli. \\ t* L ai n ti t i;.hlt* was laden with il Mm sub-tantia'.s as •.voll delicacies upp'.'o ]»tu.lc to such a:I occasion, ami tut* hospita ble ami kind-lie.,Led hosts did all in their i >*vcr to make everything aa ngn caMc t<< tie ir guests as possible. The Lid of i.irc ' ivc ami we cm-t it on accoiii.t of i ngth. The. officers ot ! , »h~t. o; the Napoleon of Ni l on ; second, the Ni V. the day the Glii— : gcn;;1-at i.o guarded the "stnii'' withunoid \ itli n sharp stick fixed in the muzzle »net. A resolution was pas.-ad ten ..• . ... ere thanks of the bachelor: oi an! • ok City t<> the hosts t«»r the i.. ;'.:.*r in v.'.tie i.atc in thv* a: i .1! ;.r i to meet : y " i. ipped the li: i > i t ime generally. th*)' hud l 'i « ii •1 !:«IO!! t Iu* ' ''«'!. i Mr. II:*.. l-'.sl: (\\ '> l.t f.iiitU'ti« " 1 V'crimiaL J*. rev is i:i the ( Ity. •>.. m< M. Arnoux, «•! Ben! ./ i, i> in the • ' : . v « F. »1 . i, vient >n has re'«ur;.t t irui ». a ini • > ii M' i'* the List Side. -( li a>. i.* Iviug. telegraph operator i '> / . iii an. i> ..t the t'osim-polita:; i. Dr . r< i ->i M ! : !.d Janus L. ( >\\ ing?, ( 'i ! ) •r 1. ,. 1,, « )' ., «*. a r r a! the UuMiiop.» lit un. M. tj. 1 la- ij. li. late agent ot tl k* L! u lvli ( t irlt (Ml tin* «»Y ei land tor the S,aU "■» tl»i> mo »11 ing. J. H. sn«»i i»*r, Toni U. Fovw i r, and Hi.' - D 1 V\>\ lain an i veil from Deer i. „tilge oil t* *at (! : «1. ;y. Mi Ida Wileox, the a eeomplisl »cd «1 ill; gi.t. *r <> f J. U. Wilcox, of Di *er Jjodge, , is v i - i ! in^ ; fri omis in Helena. Fr« Mil a Greenfield (.Mass.) paper we see that Mr. F. M. Thompson, formerly of Mon tana and a member of the first Legislativ Council from Beaverhead county was recently elected Register of Probate for Franklin county in that State. Mr. Thompson was an excellent and popular citizen of Montana, a reputation which lie seems to maintain in his .New Fniil ind home, where the Republican and Democratic parties both gave him their nomination and votes. His many old friends in Montana will be glad to bear of his pros perity. m •« ** --------- Tilt* Heer l.orijge t awen. We have received from a valued corres pondent at Deer Lodge a communication tn which he enduises the mauncr of the recent pr«»«'« (liions «<f Messrs, Ensign, ITpUam aud Giddines in the court at that place, and some h hat severely commc'uts upon the intemperate •;:! ami want of impartiality of the pre«id iuix ju lue during the trials. Although our cm l esj'oiident sends u* i.is name, we still think le* will agree with us that it is better mP» puhli.'h his communication. iSueh pi i l«»i niauees a** arc described by our eor rc-jioiident arc their own curse, and those w 1 , 11 ;ire responsible f«#r them meet their proper reward. It half he says is tine be call a 11'ord t<* wait. Ap( osecutioii which is unf air «Iocs not repn>ent the United Slates and hui ply indieutes that the mteiesls of the Gn\ .a nine) nr. ni l hai ( a: it have been Itetr ived into iui 1-. _ « .;> «4 ». err. fill Linhtw. i . S. M rsli.il i *u--< tld ar iv 'ii y< l' ! » ■ 11 ,* i r ( »1 a man ham* d .ill rj»h ' ti in* a ! » e>l( li oil MuiU y ci 'di, : fix feet i;. *;•; Ii »! the Bl;a agency. i >; ill I *\ i all s p on indi J:;V ; in ;i ; then :i mi i cunvcvnt i. lia.* an c\.ani ini".i:;icr, who !«*r trial at th m The pri up i'l the l i.:i a in lesen a sueh cases i » »oil i < , j >. him Io Furt »Shaw, nation Indore the U. hound Carr over hi next term ot the 1 fir ner is now in limbo— S. j til on Clore street, uill proiiahlv remain until court 'S'il«* CTr**t Cri» age in .vi«Mili»na* (hi Monday evening', the 'J2d, the lir.-t Giaugc held in Montana was formed, under the name of "Star of the West," near Cen trex ill«*, Meagher county, by D. N. Suthcrlin, deputy of the National Grange. Considera ble enthusiasm was evinced and much satis faction was felt by all. The fact that but thirty charter member* are allowed each subordinate Grange and that twenty-six were enrolled, may be considered a just estimate of the high appreciation in which the objects of the order are held. —----- ■tiff Purt-haM «ff Quarts* At the hour of going to press Mr. 8. J. Jones, Superintendent of the National Min im: and Exploring Company, informs us that liis company have just completed the pur chase, from J. c. Ricker, of two hundred fr *' on the Whitlatch Union lode, paying f i 1 he handsome sum of $35,000 cash, e quartz men of Montana take courage, ; 1 ,liter day* arc in store for them. * * ung man named David Munroe, . :roka Sentinel, died in the County T| pu-u i the 15th instant, of pneumonia. L •* * »cars old. lie was a comparative • u - < • ihc community, and when taken it — il tnu f« und to b«* in destitute circum HD people, xvbc ar<* reported to be J (<« w°l «xT, xve understand, resi«iric Mad ^ Montana Teriitorv of t<< of t ***.'■ I opened in New Yoik to-day at 110£. —1). & J. Goldberg have received a fresh invoice o! ready neid«* chahimr and gents' furnishing goods. —Mr. Cameron, of (. able Citv, arrived last mghlwith a "yellow boy** in the shape of .ctort valued et Çlo.000 in rtreenbacks. — Rev. V*. C. Rommel lectured on Tem perance la-t night to a i.trgc and appreciative i . uUicnet ! » I its In' . I r. I hoot an; ni d» the j in hi. ; finest C '. i he < 1 c ipacity. M. Aiev-.n c hot* shop ;; pcopie far from tlu rl ILna-c was crowded tiy openeo a nd will lur v. oi r ha, re. ; Clancy, it'd near hcavicR rares. H, o o i\t* satisfaction, that some of on;* eitiz* :i legal pr.'.«ceilingsagainst ■ah.on in the east part of w of la t winter, provid in' intoxicating liquors ws are in the Several of o are not in say that the themseh e- observe it* provisions fully, they i ■ '...i - ar it:-' i'stat to in Stitt i< .nr ot nicer the nt the s with anything st oga to the • is a skilled ii 1.» ' M.-il?. U llOlil till t ( • 11 « ■ 1' ; i ..'Lit 1.u.it);; li' it«<\"ratc '> • !• >«*ti ki*( j>ri> in lowii. V 1 til,* i ; : : ' * i ; ./t violating iiiis law lav. i: s a n:« »st ju <.-jut «» iu*, aid t : illild; it i :.u;!d be e ii f orced. The ])«: unities arc m * v 11 e. b-.it none too much so. ( • < ) V. i l in >s . E. 1] »rändelte, of Louisville, i Kv., has u' | * i von three years to the build ing up a : *>i' a Fiitilh ,• LU »r.iry in Louisville, vli hell he intends :dn ill : • the 1 >e.-t in the countn He i- (!<>ing it ! y a sere s of Gift C'oneerls, the , ; protits oi w h i ( h go to the Library. The 'i i third draw ing « list rib u'.el *000.000, and the • iolll ill, V. i lieh has just been post no: lied to ; .'i Ul «. U ,ii> J, (1 i.-trihi ate- $1,000.000. Gov. ; IJranilclte . lias : dmos: : dont »led t he husir ».ess of ! i'.ie Lou ; »>\ 'file Rost G Iliee. 1 ghtcen clerks ! [ are Kept In ssy t welve hours each day si •niling i «.if circula: i> in ;»11S\V er to inquiries for tick 1 els. | —Mr. Ja Dies UllbSi *11 Lowell, in ltis "The ; Courtin'," has drawn hy antieipation all ex act portrait of the : Average hack pay Cou gressman of the day lie ftouil « spell ou one foot fust. Then stood a t^pclt on t'other; An' on which one he felt the waist He coiiialut h.V told ye, nut her. From tiie Daily Dorati of December 39. ncaii Tiuar. We believe there never was a community w here such general confusion prevailed as regards the correct time as in Helena for the past few months. The absolute loss of time to so many persona occasioned by disappoint ments ami delays, so much loss of regularity in habits and promptness in keeping appoint ments, and such a demoralization of domes tic ami public"!!flairs would aggravate a fear ful sum to be charged to the a count of some who have been instrumental in creating or perpetuating this confusion. The importance of the subject would justify a public meet ing ami the adoption of some standard or setting on foot some meant to procure the correct time, that all should agree to adopt. Wc* think our jewelers ought to be interested in correcting this prevailing confusion. Wc knov. of no one more at fault for producing it. If they will not meet and agree at once, w« hope our citizens will do so before the schools open and the bell begins to remind us again of this confusion. It is now about the time of tin* winter solstice, and a good time t«» settle this question, so that we may begin the new year on time. If our citizens have no e«>nti dem e in the jewel ers, or can't agree to leave it to tlujir ■tundard or jiulg meni, we s; gge t Caiit. I >eLae y a; id W. E. Frederick as eoilij !»•! Mit to settk i hi S 111 at ter. ! ! Betöre Inc 1 of dann n \ ISM, let US 1 e on | " r> ' 1 .'In have i ' correct and it ii : o ; » 1 *. time, ami not : »•sent, w | in. i.t lime :is at je ith tin in .•an "•t of i , , , ! 'b !n ; i : contuse«! resin!-. —«j .» hivanlav»'» «»1 .hi have often ;.tL . .ted to the hnpo erti-ini:, and have given our promis of .1." .-amt*. To inrthor illus • noe i m m» -«*;::■ mu, :m« gnru um readers i ample prtu .s of ihc .-amt*, t <» iurtner i:!us- i irate the great advantages to every business j mxn of j «dicim.siy :. .vertising, wc copy the following paragraphs, which we commend to tin* perusal «if our merchants and business i ineu genera liy throughout the Territory : "After tin* crash of 7»T, when everybody j was aimoet scared to death and the croakers j predicted that the country had gone to smash, ;i ,lry K-od. IroixiC w*iu|Kui'ci in tbU city, | which proceeded on the principle that in order to reach the hoarded money in the j pockets of the people the proprietors must sell at very reasonable prices and advertise largely. They worked vigorously upon this principle. Their brother merchant* who did not advertise predicted that the new comer would be ruined, as they paid too much for advertising Nevertheless, they persisted. In a single day they paid five hundred dollars in gçld to the Daily Wisconsin for advertis ing, and at the end of seven years they re tired from the business with a fortune of one hundred thousand dollars, while the other merchants on the same street, some of them opposite their store, had. failed."— Milwaukee Wisconsin. The New York iVtf, in copying this para graph, says : " We remember a similar instance among our advertisers in the panic of 1857. A mer chant continued his advertisement in our columns through the whole period of stagna tion, notwithstanding many predictions that it 'wouldn't pay** His testimony afterward — ----------. . , was that his sales were steady and h.s profits satbfactonr, while many a merchant around j l.iui «bo vonldnl affora So advtni««.' »* ! his clerks «tant! idle lwhiml the counter**.'' ; S. A financial docs not mean that no ' one has nnv money. There is plenty of money in t!ic countn. and those who hoard il arc iust the c ne*- t«» la* eager for th«* bar- t gains r.'bieh a fa'd in tlic price 0 - holds out. But to buv they must know wln u* to buy, t* lis them re<*eive« aud the mereluuJt who th* ir «':;vh. ! Item«* —Gold opened in New York to-day at 110£. —Jno. McMeeu, Postmaster at Bannack, j is suffering from a severe attack of intlamma- j tory rheumatism. j —Among the confirmations by the Senate ®:i the 19th inst. we notice the name of A. ! J. Smith as Surveyor-General of Montana, j —We have received '•Peter's Musical ' Monthly" for January. It is an excellent ! lumiuer. subscription price, §3 per annum. ! —A protracted meeting is in progress at j the Broadway M. E. Church, Her. Mr. Shippen j officiating. On to-morrow < Wednesday) even- j ! ing a '•vatch-meeting" will be held, services j commencing at ten o'clock, and, as has long i j been customary with this Church, the old j year wili be prayed on! and the new one in. | —Jno. li. Wilson, whose racy letters from ! Bannack Lave .appeared from time to time in j Me the columns of tin nom da plume of "J. \\. \Y.," c.unc in on W ednosdav evening's coach. Mr. V« . is a nr* i I kuaï.:» under tlie j practical printer, and as a newspaper man m . all the branches has n d a superior in the ! I'crritory.— Mn<!i.v>n : j> n. | —The Eighth Session of the Territorial Legislature of Montana convenes at Virginia on Monday, the 5ih day of January, and in 1 accordance with the Organic Act will con-J tinue f«n:v days. This will make the ''So- | eial (.'ity' gay and lively duriag the session, ; and the hotels, saloons, fard-banks, etc., will d© a rushing business. —W m. M. Erwin, who. a few weeks ago, j was shot several times and dangerously wounded by two assassins named Thompson and Everett, has so far recovered as to be J able to sit up. IIis medical attendent, Dr. A. E. Ingersoll, believes his full recovery is almost certain. In the meantime, Thompson i and Everett are locked up in the Jefferson | county jail, awaiting their trials at the next term of Court, —Major Kinntv and Gus Gracier have formed a partnership and will open a big j wholesale and retail house in Bauiiacu in the early spring. They will put their own frieght trains on the Corinne road, and will iuvest money plenty. The names ot these gentlemen arc* enough to insure success to almost any undertaking, and the people of almost any commercial undertaking, and the people of that vicinity will hail the establish ment of a big store, for competition in trade pleases the masses aud benefits the hard-fisted miner, who needs a reduction in prices to suit the low price of labor.— Madisonian. or or From tho Daily Herald of December 31. New Yeur-w Hit}'. From a very early period it has been a cus tom to properly celebrate the first day of the new year, and we presume our citizens wfll not omit to do so to-morrow. It i- s da} also when we should review the past year, a day when we should give thinks to Piovi dence for llis mercies to us all, aud as a te turn therefor firmly resolve D make a better record for the coming year Han that of the ! | i | i ! pist. There are otherthhigsto be grate ful for. Our mining as well as agricultural in terests have flourished, atul we can begin an other year with every confidence that a new and prosperous era lias dawned upon Montana —such as perhaps is not dreamed of in the phi losophy of those whose vision into futurity is always obscured by the darkness of to-day. The proprietors of the IIekald, satisfied with tlie results of their labors during the past year, take this opportunity of returning thanks to their fiiends fur the liberal patron age bestowed, and ask a continuance of the* same for the year to come. We wish you all a happy New Year. To ,V<*\v 1 car*» €'itî!t*rs># Fur the guidance ol New Year's caller vv e eive tiic following lot of la iies who wall re may be he held brew Hei: iers, *n J ceive callers on that tl. y. Then others, lull if omitted wc mint not hi i responsible, as their names have not i sent in as icoiiested in hist evenings i ^j j). j NIrs. A. :?.mds, assistid hy Mrs. McFar t'iiilil, Mrs. llolz.ir.n, Miss »Sands Miss Coates. i yT r; . jj Uill i c . v . assisted by Mrs. W. F. San : j t . rÿf }i rs . .Judge W.ule, Mrs June Sin ' j y[j ss Mather, Miss Pope, Miss Guthrie, j n-.itin „ „ ™ l' 3 ' n • t „ i, fnr | "yltciiba. li will receive at tüe Inter national, assisted by Mrs. Cole Smders, Mrs. j Duer, and Miss Allie Wheeler, Mrs. S. T. Hauser will receive at home. ----- iQ .< «V» »• ----- The »«Light t'antastoc" at Park City. Mr. Guthrie, of Uniouvillc, inf<#rms us the social hop at Masonic Hall, Park City, last night was a very gay affair and much enjoyed by those who participated. About 65 couples were present and "threaded the mazy dance" from 10 o'clock until the "we sma hours" of the morning. An excellent ■upper was provided by Robert McNeal, which gave general satisfaction. Tvrratwrml New«* fndfjtcndrntj 21th : Win. Y. Lovell, Esq., a former resident of Virginia City, is now the «dit or of th>? En terprise, published at Beaver City, Utah. Judge Knowlc.H will start for Virginia next week, to attend a term of the Supreme j *** • . , . . .. . ,» ! "•*•'> bec " " L ; S. Marshal for Montana. Col. Wheeler has ' made an excellent officer, and the people of the Territory generally will be pleased to know that his services have been recog t nizc.l. 2ath inst: 'I lie Postmaster lîencrl has appointed F, Get»*l:e!l P*ist:Havter at son Countv. Rochester, Msfit- j Secretary Callaway has prepared two rooms for the Assembly, and will arrange for the j members' convenience and comfort, j Chris Kibier, of the Metropolitan Market, j yesterday killed a lamb—that is, a tliree-year old lamb—which he challenges the Territory ! to equal. The dressed weight of the carcass j was one hundred and twenty-nine pounds ; ' the caul weighed twenty pounds. ! Next Monday a week the Legislature will ! meet. Our people are looking for much j pleasure and a good deal of profit from the j meeting, and we hope their Honors, the j members, and the lobby, too, may get a quid ^ ro <■ no for both pleasure and profit con i tribute i. Our hotels have made every ar j rangement to satisfy the most epicurean | taster, and are prepared to lodge and room j ! guests comfortably. i j Mr. Phil Shenou. '.he most successful ! nenot* j (juurtz miner in Mont imi, called Monday. Mr. Sheiion is operating aï Bannack, and has made old Dakota pay enormously during j . the past year. He has lately had the trap ! per lode bonded to him, and will go East in \ a short time to form a company on this property. Arnnt ('<>'/.".'Vr 2b;V/ ia.it.: Moses Moore, Esq., one of the County C'omniissisoners of Lewis and Clarke, visited Bozeman last week, and we are pleased to learn that he made an investment in sonic real estate in Gallatin County. All that, our friend Moore needs is a good wile p> enable him to open a dairy and go into business. During the past week Judge Maguire has been holding Lis court, and several iulercst ing trials have taken place. The Judge is prompt and clear in his rulings, and the bar and pcopie are convinced that he will make a n eilicient, able and impartial administrator of justice. C. L. Clark, our new sheriff, appears to be perfectly at home in his ofiicc, giving proper attention to his duties, and will make a good «lilicer Major Pease, Special Indian Agent, ac companied by C. V,'. Hoffman, Lieut. Doane and a squad of military Loin Fort Ellis, left on Saturday last for the Judith Basin. The Major goes to select the new reservation for the Crow Indians. lie will, also, endeavor to interview the Sioux and other tribes in that direction with a view to the establish ment of friendly relations between them, in all of which we hope he may be successful. Item«. —Gobi opened in New York to-day at 10^. —The rutile for those elegant books at Curtis Sc Booker's has been postponed until Saturday, the 3d of January. —A package containing forty dollars worth of beer stamps was lost somewhere in Helana a yesterday. The finder will he liberally rc j —..... —......- — -------- ! cna Dairy, found aud promptly returned the warded by leaving the same at this office or with Nick Kessler. -Editor Dekali»— M r. Gibson,of the IIcl pencil so kindly advertised iu your paper. Mr. G. and the Uekald have the sincere thanks of the owner. I advise all to adver tise for lost property, or any other gain hon estly sought. Advertising pays.— "L. O. S." —Marshal Wheeler left Cincinnati yester day, homeward bound, but will, we learn, visit San Francisco before his return to^Iel ena. Jones, late Indian A gent of the Flatheads, whom he arrested, gave the required bonds for his appearance at the April term of Court to answer to the charges against him. XV Stillt» ?. Y WHUM SALK HAH&KT KEVI i.W. Hm.kmx. January 1, 1274. (iul i «»pen**:« in N \v Y«»rk yesterJay at SL GAK.-E^lrr'. $19 lid : Cat. granulated, $19 *0 ; Cut. ttotdeu C. 5 3 2>J. &TKVI*.—10 gal. !cc.;r. îi6 ü;>: 5 gal. krir». 5* .V): In cas'-s. six vat., ft'». CorreK-Oal (tovcrinr.ent Java. 42: Cu>s»ta Hic», 3T.: iiio, 35; Cic.rtres, 45. Can Frl'îts.— C at. IVao'.ie- 1 , 2>.. !'*13 5i; Stale,, Peach««, 2 i' ■ $'< 59; 50 : Cat. I'eurs, 2 It$13 5": do $13; Apricots 3L t^S $13 50;» Pliiiiif». c"^, £ Dni:iso::f«, 'I L " £;•»; Y '.j lï.— , J.3; Stîilciî Iïlackuerr:«^. $*.50 ; «1,». <io'>.-eberries$9.5 J; l'::u apple, $2 53; «la. Sîra'.vtierritM. $M; IJn-euGa^r-'. ?!•»; ScappernoJii: Grape-«. $12: Cherries. $12; Cranberry Sauce, $10; Can Honey, Coin!». 2 IL>s, $(4 ^•ijiii« , <), 2 13s, $10 (ä 13 per cn-e: glass, $12. Can VxatTABLEs.—Winslow's Cam, $'J ; Cal. Tomatoes, Jlu.50; states do., « 3 ; String Beans i" 50; j IJina Swans. 39 7s); Green I'cas, $10. | Fi*n. Mes.*- ..lackercl, ,L bbls. $25, do. kits. $4(>v4.50 1 Corlflsh, 13«.lCc; Salmon, case, fit 50; Oysters, 5;); j Lobutei^ $12 00; Sardines, L, per case. Canulxs.— Wer'uV, lull weight, 35c. SoAr.—Castile, V l'>, '25c ; Babbitt'd, (75 lfc box;- $15 : Schaefier's, $8 50 per box. Tobacco.- Otsewing, fine cut $1 00; Cable Twin!, ■Sc; Gold Bar, SOc; Black Navy, S0<$65c; Bright do., 75c. Smoking—Virgiuity, $1 10; Inglenide, toe ; Montana •9c: Gan.e Cock. 60c; Hard to Beat 70c; Bnllion, 79c. Dribs Fm ira.-N. Y. Apple*. lTiglftc; Cal. Poach«, 22c: Salt Uke, l«c: Blackberries, 22c; Cherries. 40c; Xaspberries. 40c; Cmiraata, 18c; Cal. Grapes, ISc; Psars, 20c ; Itaisiua, whole boxes, $5 80 ; half do., $8 ; «Barter do., $1 75; Nectarines. 2& Tba.— Imperial,$1 2302; YoungH jsob,$ 1 8001 SO; •on Powder, $1 2502 00; Japan, 7O0S5c. Sncisi—Pspper, 45c; Clovsa, T8e; Nutmegs, $1 Ti; Cinnamon. 85c; Alspiee, 50c; Mastard, 50e; Bernard's assort in) ground, per case, $608. California Wines.— Landsberger Champagne, qta; $22 50 ; do. pints, $27 00 ; Angelica, gallon. $8 00 ; Port, do.. $3 00; White, do., $3 00; Sherry, do., $3 00; El Dorado, $S 00; Wine Bitters, $8 00; Oregon Cham pagne Cider, $S ; Brandy, according to age, $8 5O0S1O ; Missouri Imperial, pints. $25; California Wine Bittern, per case, $8 ; Whisky, $1 750$5. Bear.—$808 per hundred pounds. Suxobibs.—S alt, 6c; Brooms, $6 3007 00; fco« la. 20c : Saleratud. 20c ; Cooking Extracts, $808 8* ; Rice, 16c ; Hominy, 6c; Dooley's Yftb-t Powders. $2; P. A M. Yeast Powders, $3 UO: Concen trated Lye, $14; Corn Starch, '22 L c ; Pepper Sauce, pints, $406; Tomato Catsup, pints, $406; Matches, telegraph. $9 00; Bar Lead. 28c; Nails.S&lOd, $12;Rope,25a27c;Bacon, 1214018c;Lard 20c: Whittaker Hama. 20c: other brands. 18017. gf. I^>uis Cracken. Kh-; Starv.h. 15c: (^uickallrer,$1 86; Gruoa Apples, 15 ( 020 : Coal Oil, 75c; Corn Meal, f>#0 j i ! S^c ; Wmppinjr Paper, Hal 6c; II os tetter's Bittern, £12 ; Drake's Bitten. $8; Pineapp s Bitten, $10; State's Pickle«. 5 pal. $8; do.. 10 gal. $14; Cal. pickles, S-gal., $5 50; 10 gal. do., $10; Helena Crackers. 14018. Pkodvcx.-T hechanges in pre Jacc are slight. Mmliscn and Union XXX flour is sclttnc at $3 24: Standard XXX at $2 24; XX at $1 75. Oats are ia good dc uiaad at $1 60; barley, 2c; wheat, $1 24; potatoes 2c ; onioDü, 6e ; cabbage, 6c ; fresh bitter, 35« Bggs, 6D cents V doz ; hay. $13<$1C V ton. I Want to Huy A iirst-c!:iss Ditching Ma- bine to do grading .»n (he line m the M. N. P. A U. K. IL. but have not got cash enough, hence 1 will sell for the next thirty days my immense stock at the folio.sing prices, for cash: Wheelbarrows, iron wheel, $D: wood wheel, $S; Miner»' .Monta: made nicks, tmm 50 to $4 50; !*iirmers' Wagom. '•rocera* Wag« ns. Buggies. Sulkies, Thoroughhrace V 'a ,ons, <j»d heavy quart/ Wagon« of all kinds, for ten per cent, less than Pastern co«t. I moan hnsir e-s. Try me. WM. Mcl ûEAX, Carriage Manufacturer. Lower Main street, opposite the Herald oflics. dlwJttf-aprlî .nuuni:». In this city, «m Dccc: iber 21st, ls73, hy the Kev. W. ('. Kommel, Mr. 1). It. lîenrv to Jennie I.oring, both of Helena. On December 20th. at Bannack. M. T., M>. Amedc itessette to Miss Al/.i 1 » Lemav. both «>f Bannack. j ~ In IIelena on Snniay> D.cen:i \ vis. II. Crounce. a daughter. r 2 ah. December 22«1. ; ; the wife > vrifa of PEOPLES NATION AS, HANK OF HE LOLA. Paid In Capital- • $ 500,000 Authorized Capitaî,. £ 500,000 We draw Exciiau^u on Deer Lodge, Virginia City, Bozcnias, Corinne, Salt I.ake City, San Francise», OntaSia, St* Louis, Chicago, New lock, Montreal* and at] the principal cities ok' Lurope* We are also prepared to give Teleg raphic Transfer« on oxthcr of the above named eitle«* ULO. Mi. FOX* President* C* J* CYST cat, Cashier* j ! j j j j j DIRECTORS: WILLIAM ROE, Esq., of Fox, Lyster «t Roe. NICK MILLEN, of Mi He« A Kosencrans. ALEX. II. BEATTIE, Clerk District Conrt. HENRY KLEIN, of Gans & Klein. P. T. WILLIAMS, Supt. Helena Ditch C(*apor.y. C. J. LY3TEH, ot Fox, Lyster A iioe. GEO. W. FOX, ESy. 8 T. HAUSER President. <Ykwtf-jyl3 U. C CORBIN Cashjei. First National Bank VIAIA STREET, IIELEXA »VZtIATAN Designated Dciiusitorj* of the United States. GOLD DUST COIN AND BULLION BOUGHT. dicwtf-jirSO FRED. GAMER, SUCCESSOR TO j. Pm PINK & €© SJ •»V!H>LESALn AND RETAIL DEALER IN BOOTS & 8 HOES j | ! j i j J | j ' î iu ' are especially invited to ct 11 and inspect | the «Jock. 1 GenlleaienV line sew«Nl ami pegged buitu coustantly* j ciivcd. n:::! constanTiy on hand, a tine i.,>ort diei' and Misses' shoes, gaiters, tippers, e:c., coni'.ri-lng all of the latest biyJcs and novelties. <>t: l:ari Ù. Also, a lull aifsortraent ot French kip hoots tor farmers, miners, etc. Th«* especial attention of dealer« is directed to niy large stock i*f Leather and Findings, Boot Legs. Shoe and Gaiter Uppers. My !*tock of heavy, serviceable boots for Miners; Farmers and Laborers, is the most complete ever brought to the Terri tory. fir Rubber goods, for Miners, warranted the best manufactured. _^$ Thankful for the liberal patronage extended while I was a member of the firm of J. P. Fink Jk Co., I would respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. dJfw Sm-angll__ FRED. GAMER FOR SALE. THRASEIM MACHINE. O NE OF C. AULTMAN A CO'S, celebrated Canton Sweepstakes Thrashers, on-horse power and eight horse separator Will nesoldatabarga n. ExtrassuA ceut for two years' scrvica lloi>es* and harness fuat?* ished if desired. For particular* address JAS. KUULDI2, wifrdecis_ Watson P. O., Beaverhead County. .AGENTS BEAD TflIS! Oar goods most be sold. We will pay a<reots a salary« $B p««r week and expansés who engage with os atone*. wlm-angM fcteady oaudoymeaL Address O. W. BODINE A CC Battis Creuk, Ilk ia.