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THE RIVER PRESS.
Wednesday June 8, 1381. J. F. STEVE.'S, - ----- LOCAL EDITOR Terms,..........................$5.00 per Year. RATES OF ADVERTISING: One Column, 1 year.......... ...... ....$175 " 6 months.......................... 100 "' 3 " ...................... . . 75 Half Column, 1 year...... .................. 100 6 months ................ ...... 75 " 3 " ..................... .... 40 One-Third Column, 1 year.................... .. 80 " 6 months .................. 45 " 3 months ................... ... 30 Quarter Column, 1 year .......................... 75 6 months .............. ...... 40 3 months ...................... 30 Three inches, 1 year ....... .................. 50 " 6 months ...................... 30 " 3 months......................... 25 Professional Cards, 1 inch, 1 year................. 15 Rates for Transient Advertisements given at office. All letters and communications containing matter in tended for publication in this paper, should be addressed to "The River Press," and the name of the writer must be given to insure attention. Local advertisements will be inserted in these columns at the rate of fifteen cents per line .from transient and ten cents per line from regular advertisers. The "River Press" has received by steam er a large invoice of printing material which includes the handsomest and latest styles of job type, fancy paper stock, commercial paper, machinery, etc., and are now prepared to do all kinds of printing in the very best style of the art. Commercial work tableted if desired. IN TOWN AND OUT. Ladies' and gents' net underwear at T. C. Power & Bro.'s. Who is fencing in a portion of the Govern ment reservation ? Celluloid collars and cuffs are shown by T. C. Power & Bro. The first spring chickens of the season are at the Eagle Bird restaurant. Johnny Center is limping around with a sore leg, the result of an accident. Mr. Jas. Stamford has leased the house lately occupied by Lieut. Krause. The RIVER PRESS comes out this week with a new head. How do you like it ? Coroner Sam. Kelly is limping around with gout, at least that is what Hummer calls it. If you want anything in the way of print ers stationary call and examine our new stock. Freight teams are arriving daily, loading and rolling out for different parts of the Ter ritory. T. C. Power & Bro. have on hand and for sale a large variety of clocks, of every style and price. The house formerly occupied by Col" Moale will be used as a private residence by C. E. Conrad. It begins to look natural again to see the levee once more piled full of freight await ing shipment. Lilly's string band discourses sweet mu sic to large audiences every evening at the Barker District. Messrs. Kelly and Hlummer are very busy at Flanagan's, opening new and attractive goods of every 'description. Brennan & Fisher have imported a very handsome combined billiard and pool table, and every one seems eager to try it. The County Commissioners have been in session for past two days and have trane acted an immense amount of county busi ness. Roosevelt has moved into his new furni ture emporium. His parlor sets are among the first that ever were introduced into this market. The building formerly occupied by the government as a hospital is being converted into a salesroom for Baker & Co.'s furni ture department. Al. Lester's club room always presents a neat and attractive appearance, and if you something to warm the blood and cheer the heart, call in and see him. The farmers of this section of Montana re porttheir crops as looking splendid. The warm, pleasant showers we have had is a t godsend to the fortunate rancher. ( We have received a very large and com plete assortment of careful selected job type 7 and material, and are now fully equipped to do any and all class of job printing. Our Territorial exchanges chronicle prep rations all over the country for high ceremon ies on the 4th of next month. We wonder C if Benton is to have a Fourth of July. Our business men have shipped much heavier and far more complete stocks this year than ever before. Their business this year will doubtless be twice as extensive as last. The Plunkett troupe, who have been well received in Montana, are now playing to i crowded houses in Missoula. Wonder it t they are not goibg to visit the River Me tropolis. We learn that a portion of Col. Clendenin's smelter for the Barker mines arrived on the j Dacotah. The remaining portion is coming E up on the next boat. The erection of the j smelter will be rapidly pushed. The Courier states that present indications ( would indicate that Ft. Ellis will be aban- I doned at some early date. Our Bozeman co tem is wrathy in consequence; We sym pathize with you, Bro. Alderson. Mr. Moore is in from Barker and reports havtng made two new discoveries in the Dry a Fork district. These leads have been called i the Cleveland and Alpen, both of which are said to be first-class in indications. Peter Smith is erecting a building direct- 1 ly in the rear of the Overland for the pur pose of opening out a large and complete stock of apholsterer's goods, Mr. Smith will mnke a specialty of coffins and things appur taining to that particular trader The new grocery store of W. H. Burgess II & Co. has this week received a large assort- 3 ment of goods. The canned fruits are said I to be extra nice. That they are fresh there ,1 can be no doubt. Mr. Burgess has introduced some novelties which will attract the atten- I ion of the housekeepaer. The County Commissioners are having the low places on either side of Main street filled up with gravel. This is right, as it will give the water a chance to run off, instead of standing to become stagnant and unhealthy. Lieut. D. H. Floyd deserves much credit for the prompt and efficacous method he has taken of advertising the brands of the stolen horses and mules taken from the Blackfoot 5 Indians, and now in his possession at Rocky o Point. SMint juleps, milk punches, apple brandy 5 and the best varieties of cigars are mixed o and dispensed at Foster's by Chas. Guy, who o is well known in Helena, Butte and Benton o as one of the most expert drink mixers in the 5 country. o We learn that Mr. Miner has rented one of o the rooms just above the Overland hotel for oa drug store, and will occupy it in a few days. The location is one of the best is town and with a first-class stock of good " will bring a good trade. John Green purchased of J. D. Weather t wax, last week, four young thoroughbred Short Horn bulls which recently arrived on s the steamer Dacotah. They are very fine a looking animals, and are intended for the Shonkin range. D O'Reily and wife, Geo J Babson, A L 1 Feber, E A Mansfield, T O'Hanlon, Mrs. s Morris, Prof" Howell and sister, C(ol E F I Towsend, Mrs Sulivan, and J S Todd are I among those registered at the Choteau House t the past few days. i There is a rumor current that three com panies are ordered in the field possibly to drive the Indians over the line. The com mand will consist of Capt. Brown, 2nd cav alry : Major Kellogg, 18th infantry, and one company from Fort Shaw, not yet designated. Frank's news depot near the Overland has been handsomely flitted up and filled with choice picture frames, mirrors, stationery, cigars, candies, papers, etc., which, with Frank's genial smiles and pleasant manners, make it one of the most attractive resorts in town. The Bismarck papers inform us that the Katie Putnam troupe is on its way to Ben ton. This is one of the best troupes ever seen in Montana. We are reminded that Benton stands in need of a good ball, which could be used for theatres and dancing parties. Charles Jones, for some time past in the employ of Supt. Rowe, at the Lake station, died of consumption on Saturday last. Mr. Rowe, Harry Brown. and Gus. Shaffer left Saturday night for the place and on Sunday they buried him a short distance from where he breathed his last. Bob Mills and McCabe have leased the building known as Lilly's Hall and are put ing a new stage, dressing rooms and seats, and will open a variety hall. The boys are poth popular, and Mac is thoroughly famil iar with every detail of the business, which will insure them success. Hon. J. L. Dryden, for the past year U. S. District Attorney for Montana, has tendered his resignation and will return to his former home to practice law. During his residence in Montana the gentleman has gained an en viable reputation as an orator. We wish him a pleasant and successful future. Advices from below are to the effect that there is a very strong probability that the locomotives of the Utah & Northern will be steaming down the Jefferson valley before winter sets in, as it is reported that the di.. rectors intend pushing the Helena branch of the road with all possible speed.--Madisorn ian. The party given on the steamer Dacotah on Saturday evening last was a decidedly pleasant social event. Dancing was con tinued until 12 o'clock, when an excellent lunch was served, and the guests bade adieu to the officers of the boat, who had so kind Ily used every effort to make the affair pleasant for all. There is wah in the air, and among our colored brethren, which is likely to result in some one climbing that stair, supposed to be constructed of gold. Jealousy is the cause, and of course a woman figures conspicuously in the case. In the lunguage of a posted darkey, "Dat nigger is likely to be cached in de ground suah. Mr. Gunnisson, a gentle youth who has been making Benton his headquarters for a brief period, left town recently for Europe and intermediate points. After spending some time in search of a more healthy and genial climate he will probably return and liquidate the several small bills he overlooked before vanishing to parts unknown. He was a guileless youth of the broad and boundless prairies, and conceived the idea that he would come to town and run the burg. He came and tried it, had his nose crowded back where his ear used to be, and was run into the cooler. He has changed his mind, and leaves town a poorer but wiser and sadder and better man. Another free and easy round occurred the other evening between two fair and frail daughters of Eve, wherein one very naughtily attempted to bite the head off of the other. Such rows are disgraceful, and a short terinm in our county cooler would probable have the effect of restraining the pugilistic pro pensities'of this class of people. Looking over the Overland Hotel register we notice, among others, the following: J. C. Tutt, J. P. Thomas, J. R. White, 1 Samuel Foster, W. Brown, Samuel Neil, C. K. Beckman, A. 8. Partrigue, R. M. Steell, Fred. Smith, J, F. Moore, J. M. Boardman, C. Buckley, N. J. Clark, H. Franklin, Emil Lowenberg, Geo. Currie and wife, C. Atkin- i son, J. A. Whitmore. There is a great necessity for houses and buildings for families, stores and offices. As fast as new buildings are completed they I are seized upon by a dozen applicants. We know of noway in which capital can be in Ivested which will give so large and certaidi returns as in putting up buildings to rent, andnow that there is a supply of brick and lumber, we hope to see many more buildings go up than are already projected. Chas Petterson, Yanton; Chas Christo pher, Lacrosse; B Skinnond, LaCrosse; B Sparks, Bismarek; Jas Ellis and family, Bismarcak ; TE Danger, Chicago; John No lan, Kentucky; Peter Sawronale, Chicago; Yellowstonie Kit, Boston ; I Nedbit, Carroll; R V O'Connor, Butte; J B White, Butte; T Laughlin, Chicago ; J F Melvin,:Dubuque; Wm McKeudrick Ft. McLeod; Robt Steele, Ft MciLeod, are registered at the Centennial Hotel ig T. J. Todd & Co., have opened up a mam et moth stock of whiskies, wines, cigars and ill everything pertaining to the wholesale liquor of business. The firm is located in the build y. ing formerly occupied by the military, and are arranging their large stock to present a t handsome appearance. We wish them the as abundant success they will enjoy. o That dark-colored damsel termed by the rounders "Anti Fat," and her loving hus band, were pulled in Tuesday morning for breaking the peace and disturbing the sweet d slumbers of their neighbors. If this class of people were kindly, but forcibly, invited to make their homes elsewhere, it would be e gratifying to all respectable citizens. Gen. Terry recommended the removal of if troops from Benton, because, according to )r his rather peculiar method of reason, they w were not needed here. If the gentleman was is familiar with the topography of the country, d or would take the trouble to examine our lo cation by map, this erroneous impression he has formed would be quickly dispelled. Ad A walk through the salesroom of F. C. n Roosevelt & Co.'s new furniture store will 1e convince one that they have the largest and 1e best selected stock of furniture of every des cription ever brought to Benton. Easy chairs of every kind, elegant parlor sets richly up L holstered, toilet sets and bed room furniture 3- in endless quantities. Call and examine this F stock. "e 3e An inspection of Baker & DeLorimer's stock convinces us that it is the most com plete ever brought to Benton. Everything one can imagine in the way of staple and o fancy dry goods, notions and rich bric-a-brac ' will be displayed. They are working day 7 and night, and by Thursday evening their le handsome store will be ready for the eager 1. public. As A number of buildings in thickly settled h portions of town have stove-pipes running 7, through the roofs. These are always liable h to cause fires. In other towns we see meas i, ures are being taken to have brick chimneys n inserted in place of these pipes. They en danger neighboring buildings and greatly add to the insurance rates. A little preven e tion may save our town from a disastrous conflhtgration. t On Saturday last Company A, 2rd Inf'y, h who have been stationed here for nearly g three years, left Benton for Fort Shaw, where they will hereafter be stationed. The ecompany is composed of good, intelligent and honest men, and it should be a source of p' ride and gratification to both the cflicers and men to know that they are held in the highest esteem by those with whom they have been associated so long. Some two months ago a shooting scrape occurred over a woman, wherein one person almost lost his life. The attention of the grand Jury, then in session, was called to the mat ter, but for some reason took no action. e Tuesday morning the same parties met again and exchanged compliments in a similar manner. One will now limp around with shot in the leg and the other will occupy the cooler for an indefinite period. The Norlh- West offers a very good suggest ion to the effect that Montana municipal and county authorities have photographs taken of notoriously bad characters imprisoned in the jails, or persons incarcerated for grave felonies, and establish an exchange system. t The idea is one that should receive the at Stention of county officers, as it would be of Sgreat assistance in identifying and recaptur 3 ing any of this class who might escape. Now is a good time for our road super visor to devote his attention to putting in drains and ditches. One such ditch put in on Rondi street would have saved many Sdollars last spring. The drains should be Splaced so as to keep the water from flow ing into town. Front and Main streets should be rounded up and graded, and ditch I es or drains should extend the whole length. It takes years for the average road supervisor to learn that a road with a hol low in the middle will always hold water while one rounded up in the middle will be dry and free from mud in a wet season, but they will learn in time. Murphy, Neel & Co. have received by the Grand steamer Dacotah, Furniture, Stoves, Schuttler Wagons, Groceries, Liquors, Cigars, Dry Goods, Buckeye Mowers, Buckeye Mowers and Reapers, Sulky Plows, Walking Plows, Milwaukee Beer, Wines, Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Everything you want, Cheap as the cheapest, Largest store building in Montana, Lowest prices. PURELY PERSONAL. -Jas. Matkin came in from the Barker District to-day. --Frank Gauglier, merchant of Martins dale, is in town. -Jas. Root is in town from his cattle range on Arrow Creek. -Emil Lowenberg, of Helena, is in town taking orders for clothing. -Parker, the pen bilk, played out and took the last steamer down the Big Muddy. -Mr. T. O'Hanlon, of Belknap, is shak ing hand with Benton friends and acquaint ances. -Major Morris, one of the popular officers of Assinniboine, spent a few days in town last week. -Mrs. Clendenin and Miss Tonge. arrived on the Dacotah and will spend the summer in Benton. -Col. E. F. Towhsend, a prominent army officer of Fort Sully, spent a day or two in our city last week, -We are happy to learn that Dr, Atkin son has recovered his health and. is out on the street once more. -Mr. Burgess and family have moved into a house at the upper end of Front street. Their advent into Benton will be gladly wel comed. -We acknowledge a pleasant callfrom Mr. Babson, who tarried over Sunday in the river metropqlis aiad journeyed Eastward by river. l I-- , I ,~- il iin il i i l l. -Samuel Neil, well and favorably knowr to Bentonites, returned from the East on tbh Dakotah, and will probably make Montane his future home. -Manager Wheaton is kept constantly rushed with telegraphic work. Being an ex pert operator he is certainly the right man in the right place. -A. W. Kingsbury was in town last week. He is making preparations to bring watel upon his desert land claim, the possession ol which was awarded him last term of court. -We are glad to see operator Bell on the streets once more. The gentleman has had a seveve sickness, but with good medical treatment is once more assuming his wonted appearance. -T. C. Power and wife are expected in Helena, from the East, in a few days. The many friends of the Commodore in Benton will extend him a hearty welcome upon his arrival here. -Mrs. R. S. Price left by the steamer Rose Bud for a brief visit with her parents at Independence, Iowa. We wish the lady a pleasant, enjoyable trip and a safe return to her mountain home. --Mr. Jos. Rasin, of Sun River, made us a pleasant call this week. Mr. R. thinks of moving his family to Benton to reside per manently. They will prove a valuable ac quisition to Benton social circles. -J. L. Todd, of Leavenworth, Kan., and brother of T. J. Todd, arrived a few days ago and has accepted a position in the wholesale liquor house of T. J. Todd & Co. Being a commercial man of experience, Mr. Todd will be a valuable assistant to the firm. -Dr. McIllhenny, of Meagher county, was one of the passengers on the Dacotah. The doctor had a large practice in Helena a year or two since, but gave it up to become a stock monarch in Meagher county. He will return in a few weeks from the states. -Among the passengers down the river on the Dacotah were Mr. and Miss Howell, who have been teaching at Butte and Vir ginia City, respectively. During their stay in town they visited the Benton school and expressed themselves as highly pleased with its management. -Mr. Frank Clingan, for the pant two years principal of our school, leaves in a few days to spend the Summer vacation among relatives and friends in Iowa. Mr. Clingan has proven himself a capable and efficient tutor, and we are glad to know that he will return and again assume charge of the school this Fall. We wish him a pleasant trip. -W. H. Buck, the original projector and proprietor of the Record, having sold his in terest in the business, left for the East last Monday, per steamer Dacotah. Mr. Buck has seen the newspaper interests of our town grow, in a very short period of time, from a single small weekly effort to a daily and two large weekly editions, a growth which is largely due to his efforts and for which he is deserving of no small credit. -The recent strike among the printers at Butte has scattered the comps. throughout the Territory, and Benton has received her quota. Messrs. White and O'Connor arrived here last Friday, and are at present engaged on the RIVER PRESS, while Mr. F. H. Stevens put in an appearance S3aturday, and will, on Monday next, assume charge of the mechan ical department of the Record. We are glad to see the boys getting work. .. . .. ,it. 44.14,. r i · v st 4 . . . .. .. . Claimn Your Stock. A private letter from Lieut. Floyd, com manding officer at Rocky Point, just above Carroll, informs us that Crowfoot, Chief of the Blackfeet Indians, has delivered to him 16 horses and mules, which the chief had taken from his ycung men. This stock was undoubtedly stolen from the whites, and the different brands may be found in another column, and the owners can have possession by proving property and taking them away. Any further information may be bad by ad dressing Leiut. D. H. Floyd, Ist Lieut. 18th Infantry, Rocky Point, via Benton. WISE AND OTHERWISE. Roofing iron at Wackerlin & Co.'s. Go to Wackerlin & Co. for crockery and glassware. Bryer and Dutriuielle have the finest baths to be found in Montana. Go to Wackerlin & Co. for hardware and tinware of all kinds. Rosencrans has just received a fine assort ment of cord, black-snakes, whips, saddles, bridles, and in fact everything pertaining to his trade. Go to Bryer & Duke for a clean shave and a good shampoo. For water coolers, ice cream freezers and refrigerators, go to Wackerlin & Co. "Wetzel's Favorite" cigar is the cheapest for the quality of tobacco in them the market affords. Breakfast bacon, sweet and fresh at Mur phy, Neel & Co's new building, corner of Front and Benton streets. For the best brands of liquors in wines, whisky and beer, you will find that Wetzel & Co. will give the best prices. Staple and fancy groceries in all lines at Wetzel's, from canned turkey and French fruits to New Orleans molasses. A few t arrels of Jas. M. O'Donnell's Blue Ribbon O. K. whisky (the. only genuine).at Murphy Neel & Co.'s new store, corner of Front and Benton streets. The medicated baths of Bryer & Dutriui elle are of great advantage to the medical psofession n alno)st every description of disease, John Endre's celebrated grape creek sour mash whisky for sale at Murphy, Neel & Co.'s. Special inducements offered to parties buying at wholesale. Dry goods and clothing of every variety, quality and style at Wetzel's, where every pains wil be taken to exhibit them to customers. Remember that Murphy, Neel & Co., are the only agents for the genuine Jas. M. O'Donald, Blue Ribbon O. K. whisky, and that you can buy it of them cheaper than of any house in Montana. It would be well forranchmen and freight ers who contemplate buying wagons this spring to call at T. C. Power & Bro., and. examine their im mense stock, of which they have the largest in Mon tana. "E. H. Taylor, Jr. & Co.'s" and "Hume" ·anii-ma e sour mash whiskies, the finest and purest goods made in the United States, at Murphy, Neel & Co.'s elegant new store, corner of Front and Benton Streets. THE CHTURCHES. BPISCOPAL., Episcopal Church services are held every Sunday at the Court House, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School at 2:30 p. m. Rev. S. C. Blackiston Pastor. CATHOLIC. Catholic Church services will be held at the several churches as follows: Fort Benton--First and last Sundays of each month. San River-Second Sunday of each month. Fort Assinaboin and Fort Shaw (al ternately)-Third Sunday of each month. First Mass 8 a. m.; High Mass and Sermon, 10:30 a. m.; Sunday School, 2:30 p. m.; Evening Service and Lecture, 7:30 p. m. Rev. H. J. Camp. S. J TO OWNERS OF LOST ANIMALS. CANTONX.NT RocK PoxNT, M. T., May 31, 1881. Crowfoet, Chief of the Blackfeet Indians, sent in from his camp sixteen (16) head of horses and mules, which were stolen from the whites. The following are the brands : 2 mules, large black, U 8, I C. 1 horse, large bay, figure 4 leit shoulder, 1 horse, large roan, U S left shoulder. 1 horse, bay roan, brand badly burned. 1 horse, grey, J O right shoulder, J right hip. 1 horse, sorrel Heart on left shoulder. 1 horse, dun. P 1 horse, bay, O, right shoulder. 1 horse, bay, L S left shoulder. O under L 5. 1 pony, dun. ears cut, no brand. 1 pony, grey, a left shoulder. 1 mule, B left hip. 1 mule, H left hip, 1 mule, dark bay, -+-) left snoulder. 1 pony, dark bay, J I B right shoulder. These horses and mules will be turned over to their owerns when claimed and ownership established. D. IL FLOYD, 1st Lieut. 18th Infantry. Brick For S ale. I have closed making brick until after the rainy season. I have on nand 350,000 of A 1. brick which I offer for sale, C. D. STORER. DISSOLUTION OF .rPARS lN IERSI.I P. NTOTICE is hereby given that the copartnership 11 heretofore existing between James McDevitt and W. H. Wright has been dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. McDevitt is authorized by T. E. 'ollins, mortga gee of the interest of and agent for W. H. Wright in said business, to collect all outstanding accounts and and pay all debts of the late firm. JAMES McDEVITT, W. H. WrIGHT. June 1, 1881. Per T. E. Collins, Agent All accounts and notes due the late frmn of Mc Devitt & Wright, to June 1, 1881, must be settled without delay to save costs. James McD)evitt, is au thorized to cllect and settle the same. The old books must be balanced within the next thirty days. T. E. COLLINS, Mortgagee of the interest of and agent for W. II. Wright. Geo. P. Reeves & Co. atchmakers, JeweIrs, -ANnD Manufacturers of All Description s of Jewelry, Aud Importers of Fine Jewe3ry, lit a nionds, Silver Ware, Watclhes and watch btlovemrents~, HELENA, MONTANA. A Four Ounce Silver Stem-Winding Watch for $18. Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given that the partnership hereto fore existing under the name and style of Dutro, Keil hauer & Co. has this day been dissolved by mutual consent, Daniel Dutro and Michaal Morgan withdraw ing. All debts of said firm are by this dissolution assumed by Kielhauer & Standley, who will hereafter conduct said business. DANIEL DUTtO, J. F. KIELEAUER, Benton, May 12, 1880, M ['TIAEL MORGAN. Important to Travelers. Special inducements are offered you by the Burlington route. It will pay you to read their ad vertisement to be found elsewhere in this. issue. REINICKE HOUSE, Sun River Leavings, This House is situated on the Helena and Benton road, just a nice day's drive from iEenton, making it the most convenient stopping place on the road. It is kept in first-class style, and has the very bedt of ac commodations for travelers on the road, Commercial Job Printing BILL IIEADS, LETTER I.EADS, BUSINESS CARIDS, STAT]E=VIENTS, ENVELOPEhS, CIRCULARS. AT THLE RI VEIR PRESS OFFICE. NOTICE. I have placed all my outstanding a"counts in th hands of Mr. Max Waterman for collection. All ac counts must be settled by the 1st of July or suits will be entered against the parties. NIcox WLcou. FOR SALE. A Ranch containing 160 acres of land, with a good stsry andfhalf log house, corral, stables, etc. Terms reasonable. For further particulars apply to or ad ress, FRANKLIN BAIN, Fort Benton, M. T. Thoroughbred Rams FOR SALE. 800 Thoroughbred Merino, Southdown and Cots wold Rams for sale. These rams are from the flocks of some of the best breeders of thoroughbred sheep in the United States. The Merinos were bred by HIon. George Campbell, of Vermont, and are especially adapted to the climate of Montana, because tbf their comparative freedom from wrinkles and greaseor yolk. Prices reasonable. Our ranchi is; seven miles from Benton, when we shall be pleased to see all parties interested in thor oughbred sheep. PARIS GIBSON & SON. i'ort Benton, June 14 1881. NOTICE. I hereby warn all persons against trusting any one, no matter whom, on my account, without an order signedby myself. NARCIUS VAUIX. NOTICE. NToticeis hereby given that I have purchased 1al _the interest in and to a ceatain herd of cattle running upon the range, brandedli and ND and for' meriy owned by Malcolmb Morrow and Wm. F. Mor row & Co. Wmn. F. MORROW.