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GRAND OPENING. .; rand' Union Hotel of Ben ton. aL.ri and 4 upper--eier.iptioll of the U:nildiling, It~s Arrangeanenta, &c., &c. ''ihl ramndeOt affair of its kind ever wit :,..:sel ji Be1tton., and most probably in ii,' Territory, was the opening ball of the !,.pet hotel in 3Montan,, the Grand Union :,; f,. ,,oin, hby M!essrs. Stephen Spitzley &. t !,;1)t teveAnin.. For some time past the i:hr-ý ri:tir have been busily en gaged in reaig for the comning ball which took pia, liast tight, and the nuimIber of lives n,I .idickenis, turkeys, ducIks and geese ,, iii Mr. A. A. Martin, chief cook, and his able corps of culintary assistants, will have to answer for is perfectly overwhelm i.,F. The affair commenced by using the fe;io~nig invitation: RANDJ OPSNIN(G. Youitrfz and ladies are rniupectfnlly invited to atinc d the opening ball at the .rand Union Iotel, Furt Be:,ton, Montana, Thursday, Nuvember,3.1, ] . T:,kct. w th upl,per, 83.O0. INVITATION COMMITTEE: '. E. Collins, J. Ii. Rice, Joseph Hirshberr, J. tF. Mt rpliy, David G. Browne, A. C. Johns an, J. W. Pio ,r, J,,,u J. Healy, F. C,. Hoosevelt, John .t. 1Sothine. L. 1. ttosenerans, A. W. Kingsbury, 1i. B. Settle, Paris Giscen, E. G. Maclay, Horace i,. uc('ik, J..o. Lepley, S. G. nzb,-rger, S. Kohlberg. KIC'I'TION CoMMI TiEE: :ti rle-hi E. Conrad, Jr . '. I 11, V. S. Wetzel, T. . . ( :nmi gs. J. L. Ste wart. L. Ht eitm an, H. J. Wac e'lin, W. L. Ku(.edlet-,Sore Sullivan, John ir,,-eierger, M. A. Fianagan, 'Vm. IH. hunt, Jr., Ii :N H. Hrges, .ahn W. ituan, Geo. W. Crane. FLOOR COMMITTEEi W. b. iB.kr, Clharlc, L. Spencer, W. C. Riddle, I:ord S. (Caldwell, Charles G. Griffith, W. P. Wren, Toni J. Todd, George L. Overfeld, P. (. Goodrl, h. A. B. Hlamilt,,n, Geo. I) Patterson, U. J. Price, :Smnluel L. Kelily, A. B. Keel-r, 1. Churchill. Whlien yesterday evening arrived the so .ai:a w rild was on tlhe tiptoe of expectation. :ilit S :30 p. "t. the guests began to as i:.a,. 1 and Iefore 9:30 between 200 and .(; Ih guests had arrived and were in the dif ,. tireesing rooms and the hotel dining ,0, whie(li was utsed for the dancing hall ,f the vetning, on the river side of which . r:r ette1 a raised platform about three i t high t:tal upon which were the mem rs eof the BDelttoun String Band, together Si h I Mr. (-laus Peters, who furnished the r;aih' for the occasion. The dancing com itnicedl soon after the arrival of the guests in th lt ining room, which was admirably ai:lptedl fior the purpose for which it was til-e. The following_ gentlemen were the floor ln:rnagers: 3les'rs. I,". P. Wren, G. JL. O)vernfiehl, and W. . R. hiddle, and the a;rogratmuei for the evening was as follows: -noon 0 r A - ` PROORAiME. S....... ...Grand March . .......... .. ......... ...........Quadrille ....................Schottische ........ ..Lanciers ... ...............W altz .Quad.. .. ........... rille ............ .......Polka I0 .................. .... ..............Lanciers S.. .. ............... ............ .... W altz I:: ....... . ......... ........ .... Quadrille SUPPER. : . ..... .. ................. Quadrille S .... .... ... .... .. ........... W altz ........... Lancie-s S........................... .....Varouvienne ... . ...... .. ............ Quadriile Waltz - . . ... ........ ......... .......Tucker S ........ .... ............. ......Sehottische .................................... L..anclers . .. ..... .. ... ............ W altz 27 ....... ....... ............ .........Quadrille S.. ....................... ......... .. ... .'olka l E .1 ..................... . .... ............M edley THEIi DANCING. !'uere were a large numbhcer of ladies i)reosent, and the floor had eight to twelve sesl dancinig quadrilles at the samne time. nru! all seemed to enjoy themselves im TILE LADIES. The ladies as they always do, looked ,eanutifully, and a great many of them were very tastefully dressed. Among many others of the them who attracted a great deal of attention. and admiration, may be mdutioned the following few whose a!:;mes we learned : 'Miss Annie M. Schulz, now living, we believe, at Sun river, who attracted gen eral admiration. She was beautifully dressed in white tarleton, and wore a white satin sash. Mrs. W. S. Wetzel very pret tily dressed in cardinal satin. Miss Eda l3rinkman, tastefully attired in a velvet skirt, and cardinal satin over-dress. Miss Oviatt was very nicely dressed in white. Miss Julia RIowe, daughter of Mr. Thomas Vlowe, was very neatly dressed in blue. 2Ii-ss Nellie Marsten was very prettily dreised in white Swiss and lace. Mrs. Joseph Hirshberg looked very pretty, and was very nicely dressed. Mrs. Daniel Du tro looked remarkably well. Miss Rachel Davis, of New York City, and sister of !s rs. Hirshberg, was dressed in wine color ed brocade silk, in the latest style, and trinllned with white cashmere bodace, and looked like an angel. SUPPER. 'IThe supper was announced at 12 o'clock lnd was a grand affair, and did credit not only to Messrs. Stephen Spitzley & Co., but also to Messrs. Martin, Flowers and Jones, the cooks. The bill of fare was as fllows: Lobster Salad, Chicken Salad. Loin of Beef, IIaunch of .Mptton, ypring Chieken, Boned Turkey, SpimedeBeef, Ox Tongue, Boned Leg of Veal. FRUITS: (Greeu Apples, Nuts, Macediome Fruits, ('harlatte Russe, Ice Cream, Assorted Cake. Tie dancing was kept tip until a very lete hour, when . the assembled guests re tired to their homes delighted with the iestivities of the occasion, and at having beenl present at the grandest affair of its kind ever witnessed in Benton, and with the pleasant mantner in which they had been entertained by Messrs. Spitzley, Pingwald, Todd, and Mrs. A. L. Marsten. alid their corps of able assistants. I)DESCRIPTION OF THE ROTF.L. An account of t.he grand openling would be incomnl)lete without a discription of the hotel itself. It is about 115 feet long and 85 feet wide, and is built of brick, three stories high. It faces down the river, with the Missouri river on the right, and Front tl·cteet on its left, and ha, a plank sidewalk ion its front and left sides about twelve feet wide. The following are the names of the } employes of the Grand Union Hotel: W. HI. Todd, clerk; Mrs. A. L. far I sten, housekeepcr; Edaward S. Smith, bar keeper; Lafayette lI:al, roster; A. A. Martin, chief cook; J. FlowEPs, =econd e cook; Samuel Jones, third cook; Hlenry Courtney, head waiter; Frank Martin, waiter; Charles Carroll, waiter, a:..l Mr. Henrietta .Johnaon, c ;mi)nerm ,i.. THE OFFICE. STile oflce is under the auperintenldanc, e of Mr. W. HI. Todd, who.,ofiiiates i n4 one of the finest hotel counteis in AM4,1 Stana, which was male by M31ests. Jones & e Merrill, of Bent on. It is l0 feet hobu oi its longest sie, a nd then curves bek six feetr, ' ntl upon it is stainedl glass set in a frame. Sand ant apwrture through which the cle; k C can see all that is going on and receive I payments. The entrance behind the coun ter is through a glass door secured by a Yale lock. The entire counter arrange e ment is finished up by those first-class Benton painters, Messrs. Keenan & Payne, and is in imitation of both American and ' French walnut, nmalhogtny, and oak ve neering. beautifully and tastefully done. and the counter both in its fabrication and painting reflects great credit upon Messrs. Jones & Merrill, and Keenan & Payne in, their respective crafts. Behind the coun ter there is a large elegant iron safe weitgh Sing two tons, made by the celebrated \i o. ler Safe and Lock Company, of(Cinciunati, expressly for the Grand Union Hotel. In side of this safe are three iron buirgiar proof boxes each secured by safety locks, partitions for account books of various sizes and descriptions, and a large numtber I of smaller drawers for the purpose of keep ing valuables belonging to the guests of the hotel, and there are four double eight flange doors, with two combination loc k to secure the entrance to the safe. In the i office is also a table twelve feet long cover ed with cloth, for the use of guests in writ ing, and holding newspapers. From the centre of the otlice is the main stairway of1 the hotel to tihe second story, about five feet wide, with a landing about half way up, that renders it of a very easy ascent. and the banisters of which stairway, are on black walnut. Behind the oficthe and coi neeting with the clerk's department, is a small room expressly adapted for smiall bundles and packages. To the left of the is office and to to le rightof the main entrance of the dining room, is an elegant hat rack nlade in regular eastern stele. THE BAR RIOOM is on the northwest corner of the w.hole building, and in a room which is about 0 x25i feet, and which ha. just been furnish ed, and is kept by Mr. Edwatrd S. Saith. wr; :.l~i:oo',r. .< Immediately in the rc.a.r of the office is the washroom, 12x18 feet, containing six marble basins, and just behind themn is a heavy zinc tank abtout three feet high for supplying the water used in the basing, and which is done by f'assets. Underneath the basins is a sink and sewer, which con nects with tile issouri river about 100 T feet from the building, for the purpose of P9 draining the waste water. TH' r,DiNi.; n OOM is 30xfO feet. The re'jlc.. s of B nt i have visited it s- i!lt:lh a:s 0 sc:a'Celiy re-L' quire any desc'ription. 'There are six din ing tab!es, three of which are extension tablets, and lite o;thers are ordilnary t~ables. id The ordinary ones :ue 6x3G feet. A side board also occupies this room at its iower end, pa:inted by Messr's. Keenan & PaVtne in imitation ot veneering of various woods. i It has eight drawers, twototo each series, i three inches deep and th ree feet long, and t tullderneath them atre two closets for dishes, glassea, or other (crocker'y. TIlE PANTRY i01 is 16x15 feet and colntains shelving which is already filled w!th dishes, glassware &c. I aimd is immediately in the rear of the din ing room. THE PASTRY ROOM the pantry, and contains a large table for the purpose of making every sort and de scription of pastry, and which, although it now has a few articles pertaining to pastry, is not yet fitted ',p at all for the purpose for which it is intended. THE KITCHEN is not yet fitted up or completed, but it contains a large Charter Oak range, made by G. W. Filley, St. Louis, Mo., and we understand there is to be a still larger and finer range to be put up next spring. There is also in the kitchen a very flue force pump, connecting with the Mis souri river, which i- just outside the door. The kitchen is 35x25 feet, and is immedi ately in the rear of the pantry. The kitch en is entered from the pantry and immedi ately to the right of the communicating door is a large table for the purpose of set ting dishes to wash, and immediately in frontof the door, about 20 feet from it, is 1 where the waiters give their orders for meals to the cook, who stands just behind this table. Behind the table where the dishes to be ,washed areset is a place for washing the dishes, with a sink under neath, and just to the left of it is a place for heating and keeping hot water. The kitchen is entered by four doors, one on each side of the room,. communicating 'with other parts of the house and with the yard outside. LADIES' PARLORS. There are two ladies' parlors, both of the same size, 35x20 feet. These rooms are connected together by folding doors but are not yet furnished. The rooms are finely located, one above the etfice and the other on the northwest corner of the build ing, and each room is lighted up by three windows which coxmmand a complete view of the town, especially the levee and the Missouri river as far as the promontory below town. THIE BRIDAL CHAMBER. The bridal chamber is adjoining the ladies' parlor, with which it communicates by a door, and is not yet quite fitted up. I The carpet is laid, and in the room is a bureau, washsitand, together with a bed l stead costing $200. THIE LADIES' ENTRANCE. The ladies' entrance is on the west side 1 of the building, and has a large double door opening iilto a hall in which is the f'fi0.;-r "ir! the :-.&"' i.-, 0 '. T )2 the rig;2t of the - '_ '-e he `rber shop of Mcs1r'. B;uaz A;r ti are too - '':" :: 0 ~ .:!'ooms for guit ts in the hou e, ,: long :t w:i:4h :.lare six 1suits of0 ro'ms ioi l nI -ia wi th ,. 1dintg doot( . . ,a.?n i rn i :t- C" . 3i i i ;th, VIest 'i.atin t 1 eil ti-n hTava ;e i-eIs :mli. c21l in-- to 'n.o is fiee t'vnOO 'al hae ! illtngl' .,.ho . f 1" rh:: .e i .l t ' O M oi!e h'-tve ia rioia hitl it 01) hi: litl, 4:tt-l)' ,-!l-e Aii. You I:hi fliil mE.wiron, tl ovr' ru n lan'-t tte yoi h tal if' ynce p\%'i1"- itli t ie )app- :ra(iz y -e of plero.i.S lbe ing in tie greaitest agony on a:ieount or their -hoS. "e sAe inie vs pplica eni to ladies and chili'rbli), but the h hoe we sell you is free from nil die-e imperfecvions, for they are madei of the best iiat(rial that can be hal. and a sire fit. You may fall down, toil over, eloawt! 4t you lleadt if you will, 1)1 the III o:i ` t: t e wal ee with you 'tiil. ifu-irtrsi , ii yon love your wives, and we knew yxcu do, give ihern money to buy a pair of those shioes for thelimiselves ael their e i Sild:lren, for there will be no (ihic e'rn- in rho fa:mily ". They icup the tAiliimax. ,ov7dt C I (IG. RAKER & CO. Benton Saloon! 4Iaiin $t.. Po-t -9rCOPon. a DANIEL K LL..~L , Propr ito. CLOTHi"S CLEANED AND R.PA!RED WITH N AT . .:,r AND DISPATC . All kinds u! s,.wi:n; dne, t' ,r,'er. Next door to _. J. 1.- & L .-o t-o'. oornorl '5 p t f - -. .. T. r, V fl! hl've anlotther sahi.:aNon of Tlordi|uhI.d Btll CLYD STALLIO3NS For tue on th,.[. e b trriving in leton, abset the ws t'I ,; :. it s ' i i so , ' It :,arn , Pure Bred Statioks ani cu iis of any Vtrea SThat may be o'-derIi i)i ti te 'to nail ; the awe to b}. mpurch irfed i. tim for rhipmt. Parties in want of arny o " te above amilt vr.,-td i well to comunicateat I ocnc we th te M' anl ger, I i thm It il tieS w ave for. Uchsiin From the Best. erds In Cax i a and England Sidrest MnOlager CohiiCra 4" r C.., T. A.o IIN 00 O F F I C E : - - R c o x D B ui d i n g , U p - nai r s . Benton. iMontana. Policies issued andi Losses Adjusted, Phoenix Assurance Co. of London, Assets ..... .. .. .... . .$5,150.0(0 Hartford Ins. Co. of Connecticut, Established 1810; assets............ 3. 7 3791 British America Assurance Co of Toronto, Ass'ts ............... $2,90.0o00 Western Assurance Co. of Toronto, Asset s ... ............................. . 1.950,000 Connecticut Fire ans. Co. of Hartford, Conn.; Assets. .. .... .... ....... ,672,843 Fireman's Fund insurance Co. of San Francisco, California, Total b assets... 1... ..... .. .......... 50,152,112 Special attention given to in-aring Brewerys, Mills, 8slntters and Hoisting Works. Private Dwelhinge and Farm Risks a t.pecialty. Money to loan on [mproved Real Estate. fre(tmptorst can get money, to priv .rp. on one to t tree vet-' tuime. Scrip focatable on unsurv -yed Ltds furnished to parties on appecation. Highest eash price paid for Neagher and thotean county War'at.ts Mortgage Loans a Spe lalty. T. A.CUriSYsGS & 0. I feh2 3-82dtf Wt-~te~nA~surane Co ofaorcnfo asses. ....................-..~I.JSOOU 1 The REconrD hap just issued the handson est set of ina the Territory. These lHlankii ooimprise Warranty Deeds, Quit Claim D)eeds. O attel and Real Mortgaiges, Nothi e ot, I ocattiori, .J t rats and : full line of Justices' and Probate Oourt BLAN K8. frlesrsi. (Cranue & . re.eft, etou, are our exclusivC arents for their sale. Please send all orders directly to them and they will be promptly filled at sanme rates as if sent to us d&wtf K iEENA PAYNE, Li Ho se and i n JPAPERING AND Kalsornirnig, T ItENT-() :, FHT`NNA. mrls-d Bath Houkse -AN-dKI--- BARIBE SHOP. RXAND UNION HIOTEL BUILDING Y L AN ER ANDERSON, Proprietors. 11lp rorl);tthr rea i tbjn: attcnioatof the afiff]eteo tlcontalil-lmg all tihe eonatij aient parts of the m~ost 1 <}a?1 1jratctl l minreral ;ingi, fo rto (Ue ae of RIheu 1 :III o LII ohagco. fL1('r t ii1a,1?f' n Soor u ICt c\1ACflfection aiIal (utilior tiiý::ase3 of the flea: LI MI ur'dY- pVz fruos rc(I 'r s inp:. betin seI~; l ccj 1:l ir otli 'G` id ý+._ f·c 2=.i Ofrl? ' itii su g , t~ this (x')'tll. tIi .. F3 Z:;. fijtb L$~ t'iji' s '7 TO THE is:SURE D. (1 cis are n rsbeate urts r uK . !CJ^T3 JO iic' i aý;£i-h1 A MtitucAŽ t CEzT l"' Te. l' St, Louis, Yl~cu Cash is~'I 8' 6tj) j)l i~tT(ENvui-sraI. INs. Co;. of' N, -~.~~3 jirl,ML~ iss. C~o. of` Newi Xorl. er 300 352 I re vMisscoor~t.....,............. 'i/77 1~I~ir~dIX 1~s. Co. of Brook. Se ~.IE~v (otianil. U:. S. 13 i>l 4 SrT l(IE F &i Mr. I~s. Co. of' St d0, ,o........................., 0 ~s6:35 ST. P-aui Pc. & Ms. fs~. Co~. cf St,. Piani M~I1............~.........., 4rI 900 ... ·ta........................*~ k 14I ,; L±~-4 NEW _BOOT and SHOE SHOP, FRONT ST., FORT BENTON, [TWO DOORS ABOVE OVItRLAND HOTEL.J M.ade to Made to Order. Order, In the most substantial manner and fashionable sty es. Neatly Executed. All Orders Promptly A .nded to. HOLLAND & HACKEL je28d&wtf PQRLIUM PICTURES. PREMIUM GA L LERY!' HELESNAa, MONTAI4NA, MADAME M. Hs ECKER , Proprietress. iTh PREZE U- GALLERYP hsb ta € ;it First Prize of Excelience Every year for the past 5 years, and was awarded THE HiCHEGT PREMIUM At the last Territorial Fair held in fHclna where , THE 8EST COLLECTIONS F'romi (Obkago and other Eastern cities were ex hibited, Madame Eckert's Callery Has been removed to Upper MJin St.eet, opposite the Post-office, where her friends may feel assured of obtaining SG0. iEPB~,V.'ARD, Lost or stolen from the Shoakin Range last spring, one span of iron -gray mares, branded half circle heart on left shoulder, 4 years old. The a'bove reward wili be paid for, their return or 25. for the ret.rn of either to FR ANK STRIONG, &,y tf Fort Benton, July, 1i, 1882. COARLES G. GCRIFFITH, +iii nig Enginar U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL CUIFFITH & CALDWELL, CON TR A CTORS! Ea tnmales and Drawingss, Errigntingr Yaehinery, rridges I Soecial attentln given to n:thods of water upl ,Iy. s. @y Office in Cummines' T.]o:kt, pond street, near. Man. (:: 1jSdf t ho1atoon rif1 arn a Lacapitana, El. Elba, and Flor de J. I. Marales, FI`NEST IMPOI'XEI)& CIGARS, Just receivedtht Choteau :louse Exchange. Also dpot for thl er ecluive sale o or riFinal Blue Lins and Carl7baddor Natural MlioeraLwateri. augl(tsawtf GEO. W. SWEET, Aitovney' t ' -Jaw, BENTON. - M]. T. OF- lCE: -fIront Stret', ri ,-edoorl' above lho eas l.l.ntý. Special attention to T wr.iie and heal Etstat Ltigal ions. As oct:it. d w ha fiu m of attorn, ys at, Washin.ton, bijth p tvt ersa of which Ish v b enu at toe ht.ai of the Land ID;,t r enet of the Unite States. O. ; .vwj E )EPOT. irst in the Field and Still in the Lead! We ve r,:, from manufacturers and i "o rterrs ,,e- F`,nes"' <-eleted Stock `ver ° r° ught to Benton ,;i;:re l-iin th'e s'e .' .tler than ever before sold:hintbh- ci, Aclletoclineof S TA_ T IONE Y. 2k+" "cl.:t o0-?ular I+b'2;anid ,, l$eNwilng ori S. moki, T obaccos, i"t.Nrt'cd rald Domestic Cigars. "AN:iPI:ES Nut., a:d niA ts., Musical Instru ,inent. l'in: antd ..xrae, an(d Fancy Assortment of Fine Goods. S+lc l a Cost +'oi ('11:e !ut. C:all sand see us before purchasing. ZŽP ( 1psaito r o t el. 4)O 1ip ouse -0-- Utfder the Management of Mrs. )ena Murray. --0~p- i'hibs c:ld anmd always popular Restaurant will te re-opend to-morrow or uvext ary unuder the persnal supervi-ion of Nri Mlurr'*y, and no itins ,r expense will !,e sa!.red to give entire sat efaction to customers. ~..;I___. P MEA II0LS AT A1). HOU3U. -0-- - Chops, Steaks& Cut ets TO ORDER. ' Ever--tlhing First-Class. Bakery and RESTAU ANT! CHOICE Wines and Liquors CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Open Day Night. HOP LEE. P oprietor. y~ddet TO BUiLDeRS 'Wee beg to inform those wbo contemplate building and who -wish anialythiniig ;in our line that as soon as the river will permit in the spring we will ship to Ben. ten the largest and best selected s tockot cat -stone ever brought to this town. This stock comprises window and door sills and caps, stekhs, key-stones, water-tables c&., &c. Ouar sills will be from 8 to 12 feet in length and of every style used. If you Intend to build call on as. On aceount of our river transportation we can fear nish rock cheaper than anybody. SJOHN F, t EILHAUER, Fort Ee*nton. lY!outjit.at CENTRE PRODUCE MAKE \V EG- ExT A BLE S! Poultry, Oysters, Fish, EGGS, BUTTER -And. °.ai~u . -- WILL OPEN MONDAY NEXT, On Main street Near th Centre Mea-Market. M T Ranohmen and farmerv wko hare pzdte.fa~r ae e riat+ ta t er *al t~e ~ ew firm who will purchase from them at tb. kighel t muaru 4e FURNITURE II Furniture ! Furniture ! The only Exclusively FurniturueHouse BeateB I F. C. ROOSEVELT, Proprietor. -: * :-,..m Every article in the Furlitnu~ Lime, frmo a em o deal Table t the maet ELEGA N T PARLOR SETS An wx;rmvevd aPerrtmnt of Mantle, SwIri ng, TOILET AND PIER MIRROfl . STANDS, BOOK 1 .I LVE "POCKET:, COMB C:Fi- .i EL vK,. MUSIC STANDS, TOrLEZ'fB, COPi.'NERP iR (' KETS, SIDE BRAC"KET$, BTiC. The meet Bsau.i.,ul Chamber Sets. Ever brought to MNi: a.i . ;:ng Pain and MLarbl Top e'dsl of ,ew and FaP hionahle'Designs, aii m oria;~.r .nd fine workmanship. Call d epa lM '°sear $700 CA &x'3R 8 f.SET, s ar. KLE NSGHMIDT & BROL, ~ J-- -* It a LEADING GROCERY HOUSE OF MONTANA ! HIave the pleasure to announce to the peblie of Ieates tad vaieMatt thib Mr. 7 C. Both/zze Has assumed the management of the Bentn bonse, aad for tbe fns 4i. birP - of the Great Grocery House of KLEINSNMIDT & BRO, W;ill a ,hre petres.i r. perintendence and control. Staple a~ Fancy Groceries, Wines, Liquors and egars, Are the specialties of this rfrm. Bat in eader to sooewa wate lairge. wle and retail trade an immense stoekl ~f GENERAL MERCHANDIBE Has beea addeS onsisttng of Hardware, Gla. amd queeneware,r And implements of the nolt popu..r mnufoturellrs,rs am.~g which a~y be mwadfae BRADLEY'S IMPROV.FD CUHNGEABLE SE~D MOWRRS, BRADLEY'S IMPROVED SINGLE SPEED MOWkLIS, UPHAM'S FOUR-POINT BARBED WIRE. We are agents for the above, and can supply the goods, with eltras fer he N ew., at short notice, and at the lowest market prices. We also have a Large etrk ef Dry Goods and Clothing Which we are soilling at a saerifiee to close ea the ~Leek. .aniawl MONEY to LOAN. c.-,MON 'Y 'iT)O LOGA.N ! iP) ... . - (-.--( F -Z Money tio . ,.i n praved Real estate. IIIORTI.8 OF fA " 2 ThIiT KIDIflIRH RU FORT BEATO ~ - AII- l iELRIA. . "iEALERS IN Diamuew, F;te Go(4r r ae Our priesf are way d#wa. We aI Silver Watc.hes, Rich .fJeiwry, hilW).r one brit Aw-elass wotkm.ie. A. wk and Plated ware. Clock. .lFicld Giasss, guaratied. Ordeir by maR wfll Weel Miners and Surveytors' Inarruonents, H;ind otr pirOpt atr n.i . Levels, Quartz Glasses, Agents for Pikes Peak Quartz Specimen Clck. ý SPIEOIALTIES...OlaumaoDisa1,Flea J.&TViImI AMa@ l Ur s Gold TWiathesi, U. St. Wignal F'ront street, lort Be! .., M. ' Field S3asas. door toJg,., $tpe4*lg g& e