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IS Jo b i , .at,. .s . . -. ,,
ti a IJri Flztet
up a M1ti.
it was Cetstot nh ftormtor days tfor all the
ladies of the best te4ia APoPtp otd t i rm as.
Inent bartbceeai. attJ tk- i° as eaesýr the
ueae in the cnntoJ t ween" M r. B dge
and Genetl .Oeoehb in 1840. Out of these
asuirs grew the authentic story of the nicest
'wkdow In the WthJrgras region. Not far
born the forks of Ellkhorin lived the prett4y
.widw Fauntlermy. And one of her tearest
neighbors was General Peyton. The' General
had looted upon the lttI widhtw very much
na he had looked upon his- b ooded horse
Powhattan--C4m asest horlp In the blue rass
n* pretty Mrs. F'amnttlerny had been a
widow more than a year; while t:L General.
having a great regard for etilquette, had wait
ed patiently for that time to elapse, In order
to declare himselt Beit the widow, with her
woman's art, kept her love at buy, and kept
him In her trahl.
He had escorted her to tflis barbecue, and
when returning expressethie. satiIlfaction at
the prospects of General Coombs and the.
Whig party.
The widow took sidles with the Democracy.
and offered to wager her blooded saddle-horde
t'ipsy, or anytfling else on her place, agmnmst
Powhattan, or anything she might find on
the General's plasce. -
The General'a gallantry would not allow
him to refuse the wa.er, which he promptly
accepted. By this time they had reached
the north frk of the Elkhorn. and were
about to ford It (b:idg's were not plenty in
those days) when John Peyton. the Gener
al's mly sean and 4eir, came up at a Sharp
galt behind them.
The widow turned ajdl bowed to John, and
rode into the abtmrle little behind her comn
panion. The eas nk was very steep,. and
required the horCse to put forth all their
strengih to reach the top.with their loads.
As luck would have it, good or ill, the wi
dow's girth broke just at the conmmeencenert
of the rseep part. The lady. still seated on
her saddle, slid swiftly back into the water,
while her horse went up the steep bunk like
an arrow.
.John Peyton learnd from his horse and it
an Instant caURht the floating lady and sad
tile, and before -the General had recovered
front his astonlshment was at the tor, of the
bank with Wfls burden. The little widow wai
equal to the occasion, for she berged the
General to ride on and stop her harse. which
had now begun to understand his part In the
mishap, and was beginning to inerease hi:
gait toward home.
The General did as he was hid. and soao
returned with the horse. In the meantime,
John Peyton had secured his own horse, anti
when the General came back with the wid
ow's horse. she and John were laughingf mer
rily over the ridlieulous neCident. hut what
Airther passed between them is 'only known
to themselves.
John Peyton repairedl the broken girth,
fastened the saddle again on the .horse
placed the lady in her seat, bade her fiod
evening. ! mounted has horse, and tnakil
another road down the Elkhsorn rode r.apid
ly home, leaving the General to escort the
widow.
It is unneceasary to tell how heentertained
his fair companion with potduroas Sneedotes
of Mr. Clay and other public men but when
he reael.ed the Fanntleroy Place he accepted
te ladyv's invitation to dismount and take tea
with her.
Alter changing her wet clothing the wid
ow entertained her guests with her brightest
smiles, and some new songs. The Generl.
was delighted. and expressed his delight as
Kentucky gentl mnen of that day would (do.
"You are the finest songstress, madam, in
the blue gras; region."
When he bade her good night, and shook
hands with her'on the porch. the wicked lit
tle widow gave his hand a little squeeze, on
ly a little, but it thrilled like an elect' le
shock through the great, ponderous frame,
while she laughingly reminded him of his
wager. That night in his dreams. the little
widow Fauntleroy was repeated so of en, and
in so many bewitching frmin, that he re
solved to propose to her at their very first
meeting, nor did he dream that he wohld be
refusetd.
The next morning a lelttr from his tobac
co factor called General Peyton to Lanis
villa, and before his return the political con
test in the Ashland district was over. and,
wohderful to relate. John Breckenridge. the
1 oung Democrat, had been elected to Con
gress.
General Peyton was both astonished an,]
Indignant. "Mr. Clay's district, sir, the fi
nest Congressional dstrict in the blue grags
region, has disgraced itself, sair." was al
moat his first remark to his neighbor, Col.
To his son. John, he communicated his in
tention of bringing Mirs. Faantleroyto adorn
the head of his table.
"Sir, she s1 the finest lady'in the blue glras
region. and I hope you will always respect
your future mother.
John, with a quiet smile, assured him he
was pleased with his choice. This pleased
the General highly. for he had been afraid
John would object to a stepmother younger
than himself.
Next morning the General ordered Pow
hatten brought out and led over to Mrs.
Fauntleroy,s. Calling John, he requested
him to call upon Mrs. FPnntleroy
"The Whig party his disgraced *it~f in Mr
Clay's district. Jr. and I am conpelled to
part with the finest horse in the S ate to pay
a wager with that lady, sir."
The black boy had led Pobhattan to the
hitching rail in front of Mrs. F;'untleroy'4
yard. and hay ng tied hiht, had betaken
himself to the quarters to tell his colored
brothers and sistersjof their mistress' gaod
luck in having won the famous horse, J'ow
hrttan.
When Gteerul Peytoni and Jo'n arrived
they found the pretty widow and two of her
young lady friends in the yard admiring
Powhtttan.
"Madam," said th3 Gereral, "I have come,
like a true Kentucky gentleman, to pay the
wager I have lest. Powkattan, madam, is
rightfully yours."
"But, General, I believe the wager was
conditional. It was the horse or anything
else on the place, was it not ?"
"Madam, you are correet but I cannot per
mit you to select an inferior animal."
'.opJ have another and superior one here'
replied the widow, blushing; your son John
if he would but use hie tongue; I think 1
shall choose him."
The General rose:-and in his blandest man
ner bade the ladies good morning. To Johni
he said :
"Sir, you will remain."
General Peyton never forgave iis daughter
in law her practical joke. In after years he
used to say:
"Sir, she is the finest lady in the blue grass
rIgion, but she lacks taste, sir,"
"Where are you going ?" asked George
Se~wiuofan acquaintanee. "To see a friend.'
"'I'lFto with you for I never saw one yet."
FUEL! FUEL!
Is new prepared to furolsh our cilizens wih
Worn his 0 ~ d V t*i~*t k
1 --
ginla.
nWedsbhit tol *la tlia r . t i .iovees
prd elo ithine tpnt.'' ot ai @de lup.
cdiatio. i. appat, to ;u: who.
pe 4t, and eares-who
sallist of dead Arede Theyqt
work t.o the paper-to wrirtert r a
uoled sobo byo. _ry b b rba ra.ntu
ha , g i v e "n b o t al d °nei t.u s t W e `I.: i t o t < x
With them weoh4ve jst ea dwonb. You
may thiak that reading eOr papeyi tewmn
went enough tdfpay for it, Lete BsetA
ead tNty-iwo prpers er year- nom to
make a neat volume.a rto opinion of ti*
paper, and the tact that you read iti havei
had no itfluentce upon any one in your lip
mediate vicinity, that we have beard of. So
we mast, with e st, r taitne, t it i true.
nforyou thi o ean no otnger relall a
dead head on our books. You are onpable.
of having a better place, and should return
to life again by relhttiig thel price of the
Retord, Wr by sending us a list ofluinliserers.n
The one or the other must be done by the
slet of Octobef, or the Record will qease to,
viast you as before.
Thlre 's the critical dead head.-.the wui
who reJpwit a determuindtieii to pick a
flaw i Khot 4tlg. Hne reads mauch ; thlak
butI little finds flt with the e'ritors, utht
correspondents, the adverje.ments and the
paper generally. Knows how a paper
should be edited, printed tand irculalead g..
erally. He reads it because it iseuit. tohi u.
Can't think of paying for it, .
. If we have anch a dead head on our hiat,
commend us to the man that will polit him
out. We will take gweat pleasure in sending
the copy we send him to some poor man or
family who will appreciate It ani begratefuli
for the same.
There is a lage class of dead headso who
promiae to pay, and who run fronmyear to
year without doing on. We have been bear
ing and waiting .with them 'for years, ,ut
can do so no Elonger. They must either pay
up and paUss ver to the list of live and use-'
ful subicribrs, or they muist go offof our
books. )Ye want a live list, and we are get
ting just such h Ist. it ia growing daily,
and we must, in ustice to those who cont
pose the list, separate the dead front the liv
.lna_
'here is the failure and ruin dead "head,
The man who reads his papler lt expectation
that it is bound to fail. andlT that ,.vent he
will be released from his obligation to pay
what is justly due., should be sent to somut
sparsely settled island, where there are but
few mall facilities, none but pld Ramagt
presses, and worn, battered, mixed type,
made to edit a newspaper, set his own type,
do his own press-work, mailing, cotlhctior
and then I.tten to the complaints of his pa
trons becanse his -paper does sot come to
hand in time. is not well printed then to
crown it all, he should be conmpelled to read
his own paper at least one day`In the week.
We have a few of the ruin ald failure dead
heads on our list. They will hencetorth he
assigned a place on son soeother list to make
room for. the live, paid up subseri
bers that are reaching us by nearly every
mail. We l-art with selch dead heads with
out regret. We expect them to, become ani.
mated. -that they will tell whdt they are gor
inug to do for some other paper. We are not
the least sala med. Can swtive it all, for
unless they becor muole inddstbons and en
terprising, they can't do us much harm, nor
any other paper much good. It would ie a
relie. to us te-know that they were workfjg
for some one else, as they never did anything
for the Record. We will cheerfully tuirU
them over to any journ~al hat may. be in
need of such readers. We do not need them,
We want all to share alike. not that some be
burdened with the supportof the paper and
others eased. Let every one do something
toward ifs support.
Finally, dear dead head, Farewell-! We
have been together several yea's; we must
part. Justlee demands that wideas you p
for the paper in the first week in October,
your name be removed from :the Record,
list. Farewell!
PL.EASANRT 1IOMES.-E-It a long standing
and thly acknowledged statement that the
homes of the eople Aof moderate means ii
some of the older conntries are superior to
those of the same classes among us in al
most every other particular. We have n, t
learned to pay that attention to little things,
which add beauty a':d comfort at a trilling
cost. Now and then a person of ingenuity
and taste is found to do this, but they are
uncommon. It would involve no waste of
timn, and but siall expense to turn bare
3 aids. un painted boards and untendedfences,
into a pleasant sight to the traveler, and to
every o ae. of the habits and tastes of the
owner. A few flowers, a day's whitewash
ing, repairs done at odd hours, would efect
a perfect transformation, if the inclination be
not wanting. We have some of as pretty'
workingmen's homes in Ameriec as can be
seen anywhere-comfortable, clean, sur
rounded by flowers and tree., and displaying
all the sigi.s of omfort, and a dlesire for
something beyond mere material satisfaction.
On the other haimd, we have many of these
dirty and dilhapdiatci, and looking upon all
kirds,ot filth frets teir very front doors.
We wish we had herein America the cottages
deseribed as observed in'Scotland; "T'he
tenant's house, too, Is worthy of observation,
showing at once the care and neatness of
those who inhabited th~e ivy-clad cottages.
The a. ardens in fro:.t are filled witli a variety
of ilowers, sr m ti;nes interuingled with hon
suckle creeping over thei t tee, and, like the
ivy, sometimes hides the cottage knows, to
be there by tLe curling smooie rising Itzily
into tthe air. saway g, the hillside, the blue
bells wave in the summer breeszeand the
heather, growing dark and riclh in color as
the summer wanes, with the varietyof green
colors that mtinale to.ether, form bnoitrasts
that are quiet and sober."
'L. K BLAOK,, 030O. W. FOX,
President; Oeli~ier;
0. J. LYBTNR, R. A. IoPHBRSOJ,
Vi. Pnuwideat; Au't tash r.
PAID IN CAI'AL, - - $5OOO.
AUTHIED CAPITAL, - - - - -1Oik
'XOHANGEI
drawnt on
HELENA. YlI GI.NIA .. CITY. DEER
LODGE, £VRINVNE,, SALT .&4KE CITY,
SAN FfANCOISCO, -NEJ WT0A $AI.It
LOUJS, (41110 GO, OMAJ$A, nd ;; a 1
Lbe prifncpipi cities of-su Zu s.
for tj4ý hsr;v ! eatjS·Xa~.r;;~a~l
tor r joay.rwA..
tstere,ýtýluwed eam.
We sha~l t pe Sts t
e4#p :e Foywth -"ou
fi -- 1 .no
- y 4 y
MIM * .flRRR,, Wrop
iL11 l - ,, °
Now BrittHotel
wiers p'w"pnme4 setomeodettauu tor the travel.
era. It is outitted l. . style pet umequalled, whblk
maske it the very
Best Hotel in the Country.
is tables are applied, in the greatet R s adSaate,
. A with all the
Ltxnuries of the eos son,
whih are prepared uander the ammediate 'apsrvis
lea of the
,BZST eoeK IN THE TERRITORY.
Thelio proprietars oudtheir espleyeeseake it, not
only their duty, btt their pleasure, to have their
faests feel at home whilst la their house. I-I
wille eyui agagblfis fra tauyt, fm
the harstth lthteu t thb.,
ITr non Eos woex,
meas KIms OF wOea,
A~ mRrrs wa,
Than any other mebhine.
It there is a Flor*nee Sewi Ma.
eiae awihia +nethoiki atsi-s of
sa Franciseo not working well and
giring entire satisfdetin.. if I am in
farned Of It, it will be attended to
without expense of any' kid to the
owner.
B3ANEL IILL., gent,
Irad Hotel edhing, San Fanrsce.
5em for tare.ire e.u amp.re Af
-lue work. Ajle 4.mre geesed is
MOUND CITY
[Foramrlr eastlei see Astewart'h]
Nos. 210 and-lS North 4th Street,
ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI,
A2o8. .. ~C1C, iPresdent.
Full Coummuercial Course, $67.50,
rc'wmxe
BOOK-KEEPLNG,
COM. ARITIIMETIC,
PENMANSHIP, '
ENGLISH GRAMMAR,
BUS. CORRESPONDENCE,
COMMERCIAL LAW,
PREPARATORY STUDIES.
WE MAKE THE STUDENT
A thorough Book-keeper.
Quick an accurate in Figures..
An Elegant and Rapid sPeumaf.
An Fluent bpeaker and Writer.
Conversant with the 1Atwis of -Btsiness.
Posted In Comnmuree, .Trade and Finance,
sad in general a thoraugh, wide-awake business
man,
rvery fartier and merchant should St his son for
aucecsslful life by seuLqing him for a few rnoteths to
our institution.
We Iarve unequalled facilities for imparting a
thorough businuis education. Our teachers are all
,xperieniced accountaata, We e a course of iec
tureiOn btusiess, arrt and ethics tmsurpassed in
the United States, We stave uaeglatled means La
introJulcing our studenuts into actual business oper
5,tioa inu t. Loui. . Stitents can Ob placed in the
family of one of the Professors and under his
sharms.
Young Men Seekinl Employment.
We have perfected arrangerments by means of
which we can t. auwstee a ituaittio by special
contract, to those llnishing the course s$isfactortly
-Telegispiftm -aill corsee and situation on
new rouala guaranteed by .pescial contract. Ike
Mound City is the model school of the It eat.
Send for "eealar and other intbrmation to
TROS. A... .RICM rerldent.
EOIrh PacifoHotel
A. D. `AwIWK P 'r,
Corner of 'Main ant BIase.ts* .
AVING iikeit bnarge ot this tpulr hotel
l retited retfraithed Id *8 gffbyer r
eth se am ared to; .ir spern
svr oe mmeo s tfe a c
&add
. .t.... L
l l:po.
. tie ot e &it t
~k ±rit ý
W bh,.* ·u-...- .-a ...- i
cMao-. m ai. ..ak *s· t .,
BOZEMAN,lM. T.
TJut Reeesved!
-THE -
LARGEST STOCK
Ever Brought to the Mountains
AND MORE TO ARRIVE! .
Every Department
COMPLETE!
EVERYTHING
NE1DED IN A
NEW COUNTRY
A+ L Twer Prices than Ever Be
fore Offered in this Market.
DRY GOODS,C "i
CLOTHING,
HARDWARE,
QUEENSWAR, TINWARE,
TINWARE,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS.
Furnishing Goods
CARPETINGS,
Out fitting Goods
OF EVERY DE8tfRIPTION.
Tif E IR A NP.O H 1M A N
WImtalways fAnd a full supply of
FARMING IMPLEMENTS.
THE MINER
Will at all times find etery description of
MINING TOOLS.
THE LADIES
lyre lamited to ci and examine ouar full lie of
LADIBM
DRESS
sOODs;
PRINTS,
ItILLNIERY
GOODS. ETC;. ETc
-THE GENTLEMEN
Wil1 And a omplese .assortiment of
GEN LIMiENW& WEAE,
CAsSLxERES,
Read..-Made -Clothing.
TkW ~f
A. Change of Base!
_A E IRE NW ' DE AL !
AVI1G AMSSOCIATD WITH U.K
MR. A. vV. :TA NE R,
nad ontemiplat1 still fiurther aba the 1st
lf Janiuary47 , by the - jf.lhoi
from the bauiauss, we are..aw selling g.oudi
Strictly for Cash!
To our old friends with whom w~ have dealt
largely on the credit esystem, we offer thanks for
yoqtr liberal patronage, and it is nat from. distruil
tiltt we now elose the tcnoants; but having made,
and contemplating tilhl further ehnctres we hope
notJo be haressed be reqguts for credit.
Our prices will b# efr reommeedatios-beft
tir the timhes-pd d e mist treat friend sand fte
We ass now ree*iv.g
The Lrgest and ,Rest Selected'
STOCK OF GOODS
ever brought to this marktt at one shipment. con
sisting of
Staple & Fancy
Croceries
TOBACCO, CROCKERY,
MA IMMENSE STOCK OF
IiAR IDW WAL RE,
CLOTHING,
Boots and Shoes,
HATS & CAPS,
Notions, Harness and Saddlery
of all kinds,
STATIONERY, Eto., Eto.
Come and .renmiae our goods and prises. We
are w*le agests for the McCormi. k. and Wood's
Mower. and Ren2Jra, Sulky btakes, Grain D)ril s,
etc. .Also agents ibr .an Ten Broek'a Carriage..
WILISON & RICH.
G.J. BATCIt ELDER.
Succeeor to Guy & Land,
Elasthetuerw ef uan Dealer II
ST OVES,
Sheet -Ironware,
TINWAREI Eto., Eto.
1.eeps constanly on hand a good assortment
of the most approved patents, of
COOK & HEATING STOVES
Alaso a great variety .of
lans..faolared Tinware.
fo. the Farmer, tihe ~nmer, and the Camper.
A liberal share of public patronage solicir
ed, and batisfastion guaratneed.
JO(B WO-RK.
f every kind; dloie with neitness 'and dis
patch, and at low rates.
Maim Street, opposite Klls, Davis a 8Sp1rling.
BOZE X N. MONTA'NA TERR..
I. I-. .ADA..MS,
sUcCEssoR To W. ,LTSON,
A GO TTW IOR
P. Schuttler's Chicago Wagons,
Coan c Ten ar ol
CIHIC AGoO BTIU(GIES.
Buckeye Rea & Mower,
rFurstsk Bradiey *l iatn fay make
FURST h BRADLEY PLOWS,
RUNW'S GANG PLOWS,
:8Skiinner's Gng Plows,
WILsO, SE, IN0 - ACBINEs,
::{I . POW aI, e.em
Ie* ..ast iy'o-n had ai sfl osyt of
w0, t lae, ap e so
ss
e ti o } .ith pa.
9 3' 1 W AOV,0 as
oR. RADWogAY'S8ab~e
NA T~JWA8T~NlrSir
Evsq Dy bessoti . ,nlesh
THE s ANA BOD PU IPER.
euuctatru hties Jleeta i0we t ohe
D ~ ~ I. twitD "W Y
and~n Wstt Is n and elt.
Bph dro of h ALSUA AN~lsdIseAN d1aseTTN'
r~oltI*Gasada wE
JsrkSumam Dtuhsrgli~n.e
foumamann xautl4 worhthfE o f r, s ad oru
Carneaw siltwikus hate i 1 f teptsd
tebs cairte w of teLady r a w astesea thn
Brfle syphils, th deisst gdisattha'we-d
' lb. M RAh ýr 1li.Ade I ** 1e:
465alrustdw E1iyd uawllv
7~~ ~ ~ eaal e B rm. the, Hater.,
LIA wil suE dame eaiura~a
Net tf1 awe" ofmSpirm.n& mi iewstat
ii aremdial suaIa the sre ative rain etths wanereb
*n stýltU4sist tlar aear ut tis lit
Shoreuset f W ate r IncoStlomIes of sure ths e.
AIthanels said y it aseset whredie thawae wrlckdutdo
Ssir the wasterl k, sntdeady h iC d with~ wuelsaca
f sib *hltde at ampgllo healtdhy lo-b.talthis te
deposwits san daft s. eure.i raig unn n s
Not onlZny d 7reah. deas..ausnraN Me er. weal aft
kaswa remedial a In rbkacrewn of 'senl S ey. 6 f
aU·Uutw mijffCor 12 x.' oP~:~~nia
Curedtsl n bl ie b ut Radwa s the oly peuL
5, RlSVAi-i h i-t. lavasLY, h ~ MA,337151
tit s o Water 'Inee tl ° rine, Jl ýe Dior Pay~
Alriu ara.an n thl eesleh tad
bowels. Mi the w iers aid "thik wady, hed w with Ir luelo
deposits, and iee't'er mas M
ams7lIwthae Lie. as rill
-r~eo wThe Glsknon sd niell sdyb
Te wms- ts bs eusa ethr,. Yc . Z'r
yamtvarv Mhane.. I MyIAI 3. ~ll.
p ·r ttrtiat, and one b ur of badwys ill, O 4 wo ruie f yearr
OW f W hsus Uld sr, act ha ri a thanI +s a teh*pen
The worst d e~tet wasle al laathi ;i.. tin b wel; Fp mtth tit
to you !or the ·1 an K et er Iilnr t e w P. hKABII
you aboom v..a lu~a~lr~trl*r
PR::. RAD WAY'S
PEK T PIATIVE PILLS,
t . a fr n. * vel( s Pus.
ei rdessat th. DYgt f e Opgrlm: mtmaj f, D W~
am 1.1, meldr
.Im rt Pa.Fsa f d.sitt sH.
·1II~hu r. wbin I' IXU.. .~r"Ihm Pd. 5?,
11Wr~ebsý ?sI I. S. ewa st .ea Romi Y.lome
ýr II ifth .. .' wtE .sI..t bNN, ýet~ a
gt1wb Ig rt ti R 0, sd Blom, Bb ipe
wr~~l~ .1~blrik& We.%~
xh~ia ".Air ter s lst · IbHr, lw t h
AD byf vdusi RAND AdTý.=iZvue. lsqr
si t. ab~v~meium ai..s p pet be:..
a s .NYC.. wý """ 8 P~· rlL~. M w - Y
NDE R o.taL~tn LtS a.. ý ý o ee s Da' t nti .ee,.o
AFTER THE FIREI.n
Ju1iu Bi r.& Co.,
X aaufaetuflSr .
TUl. FAýVO' RITE
DAUt . P `iiiJO,
AJI c ýAe4Z %tlln iir
Tbl-·. (a 1.bra~te4
XV. KNABE & C`O
AND OTHER FIRST CLJSS
'iano fortes.f
Evrery b*Iment fully warratfed for
F'ive. ISpars
A aosuplete MasrtMeat of the impriovei
{ l aisr and tdi Silver Tongue
L ELODZO0N"
alwys 1n h*aI.
Xaunatkr WW and Imporktrs of .
)kND I~P - STIINGSi,
ID Jr lPk dO' S
I .ýsminawd Ilt1Wi 6W ar r.*.blI Se ofesr
Gr1K.t1?DUCMENTS THAN EVER
W Oat' fogpm .fPL& N45, QR:GANS
XAOD '(3 ow MUSICAL MU.
'CHATN1ISi vflI be sent FR. to Vay
MUSICAL I STkUME(TS
303, 392. 3945 #P1 Wub. Avm.,
U.V k ,O a~r AUU&OO.,
wirl Ti c Roma.- -1. AA M &00.
S.my. !7' .Ia*a
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-777
4 4 ý,·i
.[TO ree D Im a am e4 So the eioea eg
Just: ReOIvod and, Opened
SINBOZEMAN
hA lAr and tefl ieleitted stock of
Jrugs, Medicines,
Painti, Oi , !Dye S tufi
Pancy Aticles.
JfThese goods have Just arrived flHsd tbe lst and
were bought frm rst baud. for eash, and will be
sold as low as they ena be bought ae Territory.
reerllptione asesurately .ompeadoe at all hears,
day and nit.
.The e Itiehment will be uader the elarge of the
well known Apothecary.
U. W. LANGHO1Jt)c.
w'eoe loeg experience is a guarantee that modi
cines willbe composaded accurately, and asme arti
Jcl wilt be substituted for another in a preecripties.
aIi avd see for yeurselves, a few dors east et
Lamnte Co.'s loseman
cITY
MEAT MARKET.
Two doors below A. Lesmme A Co.'s ore, "
BOZEMIAN, MONTA~ A.
Ford & Patterson,
PROPRIETORI.
Save Your l~qngey
BY BUYING YOURYTEAT
AT THE CTTY 1MA ItET.
DOWN WITH BIQEG P3amIIJ
KOP N NAD, AT ALL TM U, "w
mBast Meats In the Market,
and are determined to
SELL MEAT CHEAPER
Than Any Other Market in the
Place.
lIw flt ! lI; h !
'I. X. DAW +,E ,.
W OULD re.peretfIr y aoaeane to tha.ei.ss.
fe
BtZEMAN AND THE GALLATIN YAtLEY
that he hai opened at the abere-roeem foanmly sc
copied by A. W. LC. Z. . aner,
AN15 bTREZT, BOZZI 1N, i. 7.,
* An entirely INW STOCK ot
Family Groceries,
LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
whieh be edlrs to the trade
His goods are new and eholet, apd famfltle wish
lngtolay in supplies for rmmediate or ihnure eH
would dicWell to give him a eall befet* mak~og
their purchases.
He is determined to stant squarely by the metto,
"Qiickt Sale a Sll a iPnW.
sad renests a liberal shareet the puabiJ pa a.
He wJit ofer to familles Etd oeIsumai eVOIyt
'ausally lept'by des rs in his line.
Brewery Saloon,
MAIr.srzEEr. JoZUMAL .
Jop Brown&: Co;,
norandreas.
1.e 1us. LkeaI, WDR, uLQJOU A a
Kept eeaatandy sa bas.
1. Rinmr Wa WALLAu ,
No. ae....M... ........ ......a 11,.."
XELi:3h6 A, M. T.
R &WZL . W A3 'aswmaroau
TWReOOUe TO W- LaR IN 13 At

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