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THE ONLY P-.PER IN THE TERRITORY
' A C.- f -
Hflw GtOr.n, of Virginia City, is or authorised
Agent to reeive snbetcriptions, and moneys for
same. His recipt will be good.
X.a.s. UmPso, of Fort Banton, is our s.thorised
agent at Fort Benton and vicinity.
_Anrt·'- :d er, oin t p .oa tty to Fort
The Post-Master, at Bannock City;
Also the Post-Master at Salt Lake;
Ma. JAs. STUART at Deer Lod e. I
Ma, FRAz. WoanD., at Hell Gates
DR. OvzaR.aA, at Summit.
All of the aboS,'nme*h getiletie eae r h ahr
sel 'to ree.ive imberiptienb for the paper, ddfig
tieing or job work, and tmeesle f the same. . ,
LOCAL AND OTHER ITERS.
- Job Work must invariable bepre-paid.
- Elephant corral--the best corral in town.
The weather has been very pleasant for the
past week, warm and calm.
- For a fancy or fast buggy or saddle horse go
to the Virginia stabs.
- Not the fair thing-to ask the Printer to.
give a fve dollar puft for ifty cents.
- For a good Square meal, go to the Star Res
taurant. Charley.knows how to get them up.
IRtVZt.m SrAxps.-_ton It. Mig ha' recei
one thousand dollars worth of revenue stamps o
- Joe Tagert of Nevada, has a lot of internal
revenu' stamps left yet, which he wants to sell in lots
to suit purcis.a :..
- For all the various luxuries of the season and
country, in Oen way qf qatiil, and 4 iq plg,g$o
I utche's restaurant, next door above the poet ofi.ce.
---I=Bau in your orders for.election prin ing, in
irder to have it dorie in time. Don't 'wit' till the
last moment, and then try to hurry the printer.
- McBride, Baumgardnier -A 'Co, 'have our
thanks for a box of "condensed milk," which we
found excellent, and cm recommend in preference
to some sold by our daily mtilk tnh. Try a box.
- The members of Montana Fire Company,
No. 2, are requested to meet on Tuesday, October
11th, at the Masonic Hall. Meeting to commence
at 7 o'clock, p. m. ~y order of
7-it It B. Cooxa, Capt.
Fiotr.-Two darkies, not having the laws of the
city before thelr eyes, g.t' o itghting, and aften
wooling one another in front of the Gem *alooq
for some time, were snatched up and lodged in jail
to cool off.
- A man named Spencer, on Monday last, going
at full speed on Jack.em street, was thrown from his
borse and his collar bone broken. Being fortunate.
ly near Drs. Brooke k Gick's office the damage to
his frame was speedily mended.
- A load of mammoth turnips arrivedin town
from bhe OGllatin of Epdt latataheamalleet 'obe
weighing between four ar.d five pounds. We were
the recipients of one weighing 8 lbe1., and can
Touch for its sweetness.
- Somebody got our hat last Wednesdaynight,
As a piece of our wardrobe, we value it, not only
for its antiquity, but for the history connected with
it, which we will give some other time. Bring it
back, pay for this advertisement, and we'll say no
- The following gentlemen have been appoint.
ed as a Union executive committee for this county:
Judge Fergus and Robert lill of Virginia, L. P.
Manger of hihlnpd, Twhonas Coggiwa.of Nevada.
and C. P, tore of Jupatia$l.
-- Potiansky a BMhm, Well known Coloradans,
have on hand at their clothing stora in Nevada, first
door below the Star Bakery. the fnest assortment
of fall and winter clothing to be had in Nevada.
Go and gi ve them a call, They say it's no trouble
to show goods.
So.eaoer's BvsI.Ess.-We notice daily that all
the excavated earth from pew buildings is wheeled
right in the middle of the street,-in piles averaging
from one to three feet high. This should not be
Hvery one es~pau see the n e lethyt of keeping on
streets as clean as possible.
- At the primary meeting of the unconditional
Union men of Fairweather district, held October
list, Judge E.;P. Lewis in the chair, and D. R. Cole
man, secretary, the following named gentlemen
were unanimously ejected delegates to the county
conventiun. Niel Howie, J. T. McCourt, J. A.
Nelson, R. J. Paulison, D. W. Tilton, Hu"jh Glenn.
"PIorae " MILL.-Deyarmon, Sedman A Co.'s
mill on Ram's Hera Gulch, clagned up for the first
time last week and gave a very satisfactory results
O)ut of three-fourths of a cord of quarts from the
Monitor lode, 29 ounces of amalgam was obtained,
which retorted $190 00. Bully for the first run.
See communication, from Ram's Horn, in this con
The gun boat Nancy E. Wilber, left Fort Benton
on the 20th ult., for the States. The following
passengers were on board. James W. Wilber,
Joseph Pitcher. Henry Bouck, John Zee of New
York, Capt. Samuel E. Flanigan, Thomas W.
l.:idlow, pilot of the Illinois, Dr. E. Rider of
Vermont, and Dr. Owens of MissaurL [States par
pers please copy.1
- An old dilapidated wagon and mules to cor
respond, standing in front of our office the other day,
displayed on the cover, the following inscription,
which wegivar qrbatim, et literatm :
" PAsswo.ns FOR OxIIAW.~"
Some newly discovered gulch on the Yellowstone,
we suppose !
Asssrs.-C. CCurtjs and Ge rge (r4 bh
;uetionesrs, were wAr . a Moot
transgressing the order against selling stock on the
street. That's right. Nobody objects to hav
ing auction houses on the business street, but run
ning etock thetbogb acrwwded thoroughfare
such as the main street in our city, is a nuisance to
the public and dangerous to pedetrians on the
croemrn; of the street. For if six-men, as we
hate "en ii;, try the strength of their lngs at once,
Coing at full apeeed at the same time, it is imapemi
ble to a.scertain from which sidedanger is proech
ig. We are gia that vech an in.aee lot be
The worst of sIll bammins, ad there are
many kiads ap diferent species eo Qjs e isd d
the newspaper hummer. He will be found to be the
Iret one after the arrival of the coach, in the newsi
depot, crowding In and taking up a newspaper,
spleading it out and reading it thro gh, ooveng
'rPo all othr n.saet aterm
"' a ý ,ý >m" Lt im more of
ý ý ý paer e folnd mee. I
bLly g splee wohvr y ywe r.
i; .~ [
he river rout, ift for the Yllowtone. Th are
all an *ookeiahews, not likely to Pt
pr ht we
stio co nc ing the laws of that territory. Prtie
aving letters Ac., to nd West, can, if tb wis,
have them forwarded by this gentleman. We un
erstand that Mr. Chamberlin intends to settle i
-qtflt , ._ . 'wlii'start. fe Ly -
ton, Walla Wanl and Boiwa cSy;e onaeeing-wih
Wells, Fargo Co.,and will carry letter and mnall
packages for the above named places or any part
West of the mountains. Letters may be left at
Rockfellow A Dennee's, on Jackson street.
-t . manounpad, tgoe -WM" C4hpp came
off on Wedneday night, in Ptrker 'new hall, and
was pronounced, by all who attended the same, a
grand succes. Receiving our usual complimenta
ry, we donned our store clothes and went, saw and:
stayed until the first rosy blushes of the young day
mnt)ed MCepe* of the, b.diron ivif» whmBb
Vanc broke ua, and everjoiidy sougbfraijiseutg
ly satisfied with the night's entertainment, onlyi
wishing soon to have another such. The supper at
the Planter's House was gotten up in the very best
style, and by men who understand their business.
The music by Waugh's Qupdrille band was excellent
and those that didn't come missed the best thing of
- The marked and satisfactory progress that
our citiagno ar makinzJaedlcin eity to or
cderlio ri arity, loisii aftty . le -l srt
stephetheen takep, in u gAnryg the prlrsrviatin of
life and property, concerning which, many a rogue
found to his cost that the teeth which bite hardest
are out- of sight. It was a perilous venture for the
first bold advocates of the Lax TALIOis--but they
have their reward. There are few even of the large
manufacturing towns that can compete with Vir
ginia City, in freadoa .from crise.and tebbeiy.
Anotherstep, sapp drtby ' blic-opinion; is being
taken. Exposure to accident from rurning horses
in the main street will shortly cease. Horses must
be had; and those who want them will go to the
auction mart ltiead 6 tbhmain streit. The good
sense of the auctioneers, who are reliable men, will
bring them to cheerful compliance, we are sure.
One church is built aml eather will tbqrtlv follow.
A large and prosperous tabbath school,':wC adult
bible classs, is held iu the town hall, and we are in
formed that in a short time an appeal will be made
to the liberality of ý~L itiPeps oooeripg the erec
tion of a school 'hdube' tod b the property of the
Centreville grows so fast that it will soon grow it
sel out oa .Lpa.s anad .becme pert of the whole
city which id.eilly ideMidrVirg inia, Central and
Nevada citie. May the good feeling of our people
keep them in the track of social progress so happily
entered upon, and may it never be ourduty to record
any interruption of the ponce, harmony and pros
pprity that so eminently dittinguishes irginia.
PorUL ti o' r Mo AtA.
Missoula county........................ .. 450
Deer Lodge . . .
Deer Lodge . ......................... 360
Chote ....... ............ ... 200
Jefferson " ...... .. .. 1 805
Beaver Head " ................... 1 514
Madison " .............. ... 493
Total,........ ............. .... 15 822
Last of Letterm.
R EMAINING in the Virginia City Post Omce,
October 8th, 1864.
Aaron Leopold Mccormick James
Anderson Mie.Mary Mcclurg Rdward
B oasr JobMcthM Michila,
haker ~apoloc M-i V M s 1aotie
Bintin rhomas and DavidMartin John W
Barnard L A Martin Michael
Baker Miss Jane Mathews O
Beidler F 11 Maher E
Blackman Mrs A c Maltbvc pt TD 2
Bromell George c 2 Morri-on 1 n
Bray Butler and co Monace n M
Brett II Brice . Miurray Lawre4ct
Bryson David " ickels Lawrence
Burker Russell Norris hiram
Caven William 4 North King and ninkle
Oasy N Orobard William
Carter P G Pendry James 2
Carleton charles W Pike A W
Call christopher a Pierce D C
Champlin c M Phillips John
Chisholm Donald Pool Odem
chalonercharles H Pope Mrs c a
chesterfield John Ramsey Wallis.
cunningham T A Renahls E W
Davis William W Rice Anderson
Davis William Richud.on John 2
Dimond Quin Robert W n
Dobson George 2 Rohrer W B
Doughty Samuel A Rollins Thomas
Erway A B Rosentock Justus
Flowers I Rose Mrs Rebecca
Fox Martin Smith J c
French A P smith Daniel
Friedmann s satterwhite John W
Fuller Reuben C 2 saundera Thomas
Fuel William T seawell F T
Gogen Miss Mattis siddall Richard
Golden Patrick 11 shelton J B
Goodrich J II shelton William
Grate Barney shelton R
Green A A Spencer Joeiah
Hall charles R standocher Michael
Hamilton Alfred B Stephens aenry
Harness Jacob stagga Joseph A
Harnes JohnJ sttherland George W
Hall Robert sweet William c
Haan William sweet and Medscar
Hargraves William Tebeau Michatel
Hayne L D Teby John
Aenry John Thompson Job
Herbert John Threllkill George
werly Thomas Toresen Lanr Jallard
minman B I trecher Mr
noward J K Uptick W W
noway James Vinton Mrs Ally
musted Lewis n Vincent Ira
Jinkins Marion Vipond John
Jinnings a P Wade Miss Louisa
Jones John IM Walters E K
Johnson Mrs E Y Ward John F
KaneaAndrew Waysman Miss M A
Keaton J J Waldon D
Kearney James Webb Gilbert
Lawrence Gideon a Weller Martin
Levy John a Williams Moroni
Lookes Thomas Wilson speed
Lyona George B - Wortman Alfred
Mcclure John T Younger Edward
Persons calling for the above letters will please
give the date of the advertisement.
•GEO. B. PARKER, P. M.
The re'glar communications of Virginia City
Lodge, U. D., A. F. A A. M., are held on the 2d
and 4th Batardays ianeach month.
P. 8. PFOUTS, W. M.
AI.ax. DAOIr, 8ect'y.
Preaching erery Sahbbth by Rev. A. M. Toanzr
at 11 A. M. at the Court torse. Sabbath School
at 2 P. M. All ar ititit to attend.
W 3.. NOLAN A CO., BANKERS AND DEAL.
Ser in Exchange have remored. o their new
Stone House, corner of f~allace ad -Van Bures
TO THE PUBLIC,
Sginia City and Summit City Wagon RoQl
Company, a U ,tlAM All * l Bank on
Walade (or Maui) trMit ViTr City, on Satar
day evening of eac: week, &L 7 o'clock, P. M.
Perons having bminesM with the Company are re
W.J. WrOR5MICK. em'v.
DredP v*?lO x *m,.w DiN. ... 3
, e . e ....................... 0 00
... . ... ......................
Potao i **. 0......
O Ci hed * ...... .. ..........
-oee Ri * .... ........... .
Tobaccd App l....... ....... " ...... 167
Dried Pea . .......................... 61
D.ied curtr, Cherries, Black Berries,
em ste. R.- err.................70
H m a : " ": 33....:
Cadle., S ..........................08
Salaoratno, and Soda...................00@8a
S ,oap Palm t. L i.....•.... . .1
St. J........................ 30
Cainl n, per ' ' ....... " "
d .r uits.......... .. .,
". ..m.l.e t . ..... . ..........
.No. "a: Cracerirs
Tobacco, Buters Bgro. natural leaf,.
"er No. , Plu .. ..... ..... .. 6@t.
S :o ...... : .............. . . 50
R-ce, ........ . ....... ... .... 9 0 . '
Hominy ................. .......... ...7
Raiin er box ....... ...... .
ROCKFELLOW k DEN EE.
No. S. Jackson street, Viiaih& itip.
EPORx.ED BY ALLEN AD MILLARD, BAN.KERS.
soa PVIRC iA Crv, Oct. 8, 1804. "
Treasury Note.. buding at 55 t., ,fo H8t.'
At " " Ielling at'70dtL, for dit.
Gold Duat,buy agat 13, ~ ounce.
Gold Dust, buy ing at $14 00 to $16 00 for coin.
elm"·~f • nll
J. A rYMTAcK. J. B. Cox.
On Jackson Street, one door obove Messrs.
Rockfellow & Dennee.
HTAVE JUST OPENED THEIIR EXTESIVE
L and well arnished
coxsrsrtb &: hroRAG t HOUSE,
Where they propose offering, at FAIR PRICES, the
be.t quality of
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
Consistin; in part of
and TEA of a Superior Quality,
SYRUP and SUGAR CANE MOLASSES,
CAN MEATS and FRUITS
of every description.
SALT LAKE PEACHES,
VEGETABLES of every description !.
Arrangements are being made to keep
their house well supplied with the very best
SALT LAKE and RANCUH BUTTER that
our Mountain Country can futnisl.'
A Al re red ett allf'aril dt gRve them
Thq hi est eah priee paid f6r Better
Eggs and Cheese.
BRASS AND QUA D BLLR L BAND.
Are now prepared to frnish Music for
PROCESSIONS, PARtIM, DANCES
CO~~T$;,I r I SERENADES,
or in fact foray 4esion when aGoed Brass Band
or OrchestrLey Iemployed.
IIeadquartg sonCpiTW.,r ekson Street.
DAvr Surmr, D. W. C. WAUGH.
of Stock f any ecition otie a Street
this city must be tirtly discontiued.
from wids" re'Mor b
UMMNe sed1c chrge. AnIL MOWI,
TOOTLE, LEACH & CO.
* Ioir o1 .am tip of
the BIG 7 the b et a.te itockof
8TAPLZ AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
ever olered in Montana Territory, embracing ever
article meally kept in a Ant clIa Dry Good0 houe
at or Wet, which they will sell at price as low
as the market.
F. R. MERK ( BRO,,
HOTEL AND FAMILY,
COOKING 4E) EATING STOVES
AND JAPANET WARES AT
WHVOLte1iALE & RETAIL.
: N. B--Job Work in ia or Sheet Iron done on
Jackson Street, szet door t' t'ontent' New Stone
.. . . . . . . . ... . .
TOOTLE, LEACH & CO.,
And exmine the nest Stock of
PIlNTS, GIXNRAMS AiD LADIES'
DRESS GOODS, ALSO HOUS~.EEPER'S GOODS
of almost evers description to be found in the
,D AND MTINR' BLANKETrS,
BLEACHED AND BROWN MUSLINS,
CRASH, H00P AND BALMORAL SRIJTS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HOSIEERY-LA4IES AND GENTS,
STAT.0OiERY, IIANDKEýRHIUS -,
BUEL FULLED CLOTH,
ANADA GREY CLOTH,
CU and ee than at tLh Sign of the BIG 7, on
Idaho Street. 5---t
Jackson, between Wallaee and
Idakh asreeta, Virginaa City, M. T.
FOWLER k SCHEi.K,. PnornrTons.
T HE " STAR" is now open for the accomoda
tion of Goeet and Boarders M a regular Res
taurant, and is the only establishment of the kind
in the city.
FRESH TROUT, GAME, MAM AND EGGS,
HOT COFFEE, OYSTERS,
in every tyle and the be t everythiug the market
affords, neatly served to order, lt rH hours of the
day or night. Old friends and new ones, and per
sons from abroad, recollect the Star.
HO! FOR' THE YELLOWSTONE.
DAVIS, HOUSEL & CO.,
THAVE THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
Sof Dry Op, Grocaeri and Provisions in
, ilgkta ity for sale. Akso; a o.ralet. aosat
meat of Clothing, and Piece Goods.
Y0 6 lW e treeýtV yive( &tsi ock
Ja<^~n~ ^ tborT.1 ,tik u.i Ity,
_ __B P. DOWNS, Pa- uma,
The T*le ried with the bet the market at
as.els vSTSrlr m:l .'-.,i . i; ta bsp of
i a s a n
A LB.q.Med sakaWek of
of all KINDS.
kept eoestaetly on hue.
Gotten up on Short Notice.
Wallace St, ame 4*r *bmv the So*s.
Virii CIty; II. T., Sept. 10, 1864.
3k-43 -oru~ o rd
ALLEN., II ,LLA ,D,
Virgllla City, etreata Tetrril*y.$
CL001. GOLD DUST, ,TBLASTRY 5051, anti
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC EXCHANGE
-,L Alib r
Des Moines, Iowa. VirginiaCity, K. T.
Bi.. HOLLADATY . W. L. HAISY,
New York. J " G. S. L. City.
HOLLADAY k& HALLSEY ,
At the office of the Overland Stage Line, Virgil
"aiCity, M Wa~spa '.eritory, will pay the highnit
GOLD DUST AIND00 N,
Dest BoOwrr ro.a Cols on Cuwaac.r.
CASH PAID sOE Goesmurr VoucEEas.
Daarr' Parianst L oo Co u o cr msow ox
8As Faucutco, Cal.,
'aSIImA Crnr, .Moatana,
Dmvza nCrr, QCoLOAn .
PeOrAnD, Osaar, mad
VIcrTOIA, BRrmsia COLUv.A.
Ptage Crrecy ad Revenue Stamps for sale
JOHN A. NYE & CO.
Wallace treeot, VlrFalat City, K. T.
MINER'S TOOLS O ALL KINDS,
MINER'S TOOLS OF ALL Im ,
sIOaS OF ALL INDS,
. ......... . lT S QF ALL KINDS,
SHEET AND TOM IRONS,
SHEET AND TO3M ION. ,
And a general mortmmet of Goods partsainiu to
our lin of basipes, which we ofr to the
Public at reasonable rates.
W n pareFpopanto sanesfut any.t i o .
lice to oder, wick depteah.
J. A. NYE £ Co.
TOOTLE,, LEACHr A aCO,, I LA VR t v
Sfrom tbeir fgl r stand os ilac a tew to
their New House on Idaho street, four doors ibove
the corner of Jackson. and. Idaho streets, on left
hand side, and would be pleaid to see their friends
sep , 188 A 1
DANCE &'- STUART.
Wall~ve sroot, '*lrewls City, EL 2
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