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THE ONLY P : PER IN THE TERRITORY 3*
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Oat_ AGEJITS. ^ ^ toni
Iloon Glbsx, of Virginia City, is our authorized We]
Agent to receive subscriptions, and moneys for pacl
g_ue. His recipt will be good. Wet
X_u. Uesos, of Fort Benton, is our authorized Rot
agent at Fort Benton and vicinity.
ftowuwii A Co , at Silver Cr?k. ; _
MR. T: J. Mr.^-~-, aY Prickly Pear; ff ^ . varn-r, going from this -city to Fort
__it>n: ' was
The Po^t-Master, nt Bannock City grai
AUo the Post-Master at Salt Lake- rv,
Ms. Jas. Stuart at Deer Lod^-e. ' sta\
Mr, Fraek Worde.v. at Hell Gates tnai
Dr. Overmuav, at Summit. TJan
Ail of the above named gentlemen are a*ther- ly (
iied to ^ eeive subscription* for the paper, adfer wis!
ti'ing or job work, and receinr ^^^^ the Mime. the
t-OCAL AND OTHER ITEY1S. arJ
^ Job Work must invariable be pre-paid.
^ ^ Elephant corral ^ the best corral in town. our
The weather las bee* very pleasant for the
put week, warm and calm. $Q
For a fancy or fast buggy or saddle horse go ^J
to the Virginia stables. fl-,,
Not the fair thing ^ to ask the Printer to mai
give a five dollar puff for fifty cents. gin
^ ! ^ _ Am
For a gcod?square maal, go to the Star Res- tak
Uurant. Charley knows how to get them up. j*|
TIcvcvtb Stamps. ^ John n. Ming has received auc
one thousand dollars worth of revenue stamps of Dri, all decomiaations. Qn,
Joe Tagert of Nevada, bos a lot of internal A. *
revenu? stamps left yet, which he wants to sell in lota for to suit purchasers. ^ to
- For all the various luxuries of the season and jJJ
country? in tha way of eating? and drinking, go to (
Uutchc'a restauraut, next door above the post office. *e.l
. . . CTt
Hand in your orders for election .printing, in xe
crdar to have it done in time. Don't wait' till the kei
lut moment, and then trv to hurry the printer. enl
^ - ^ ... ti ^ an;
McBride, Bauingardner A 'Co*!, have our pei
thanks for a box of ^ condensed milk,^ which we 1
found excellent, and cm recommend in preference .*
to some 60 Id by our dairy milkmen. Try a box. ^*
The members of Montana Fire Company,
No. 2, are requested to meet on Tuesday, October t B(J 11th, at the Masonic Hall. Meeting to commence i at 7 o'clock, p. m. By order of
7 It R. E. Cooke, Capt. To
Fight. ^ Two darkies, not having the laws of tha
city before -their eyes, got to fighting, and after r-
wooling oce another in front of the Gem saloon 1
for some time, srere snatched up and lodged in jail Ai
to cool off. Al Bf
A man named Spencer, on Monday hut, going Bs
at full speed on Jackson street, was thrown from his aV
horse and his collar bone broken. Being fortunate- jj*
ly near Drs. Brooke A Click's office the damage to j^
bis frame was speedily mended.
A load of mammoth turnips arrived in town J*'
from the Gallatin on Sunday last, the smallest one };;
weighing between four nnd five pounds. We were Bi
the recipients of one weighing 84, lbe., and cau B
vouch for its sweetness. Ci
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Somebody got our hat last Wednesday night. Ci
A* a piece of our wardrobe, we value it, not only g
for it: antiquity, but for the history connected with q]
it, which we will give some other time. Biing it q
back, pay for this advertisement, and we'll say no c]
more- j c)
The following gentlemen have been appoint- |j
alas a Union executive committee for this county: jj
Judge Fergus and Robert Hill of Virginia, L. P. D
Mungar ol Highliind, Thomas Coggiue of Nevada. D
end C. P. Store of Junction. D
^ ^ I
^ i ^ Potnansky A Behm, well known Coloradana, F
have on hand at their clothing stor,i in Nevada, first ^
door b^low the Star Bakery, the finest assortment j
of fall and winter clothing to be had in Nevada, j
Go and give them it call. They say it's no trouble j,
to show goods. (]
Somebody's Business. ^ We notice daily that all ^
the excavated earth from new buildings is wheeled ^
right in the middl^ of the street, -in piles averaging (i
from one to three feet high . This should not be 1
Every oi;e should see the necersity of keeping ou I streets as clean ns possible.
At the primary meeting of the unconditional j
Union men of FairweaiheT district, held October I
1st, Judge E.;P. Lewis in tbe chair, and D. R. Cole- j
msa, secretary, the following named gentlemen .
were unanimously elected delegates to the cuunty t
novention. Niel Howie, J. T. McCourt, J. A. ,
Nelson, R. J. Paulison, D. W. Tilton, Ilujh Glenn. (
^Pioneer^ Mill. ^ Deynrmon, SedmanACo.'s j
mill on Ram's Horn Gulch, cleaned up for tbe first i
time last week und gave a very satisfactory result. ^
Out of three-fourths of a cord of quarts from tbe ^
Monitor lode, 29 ounces of amalgnin was obtained, ^
which retorted $190 00. Bully lor the first run. j ^
See communication, from Ram's Horn, in this con- 1
The gun boat Nancy E. Wilber, left Fott Benton j
on the 20th ult., for the States. The following 1
passengers were on board. James W. Wilber,
Joseph Pitcher. Henry Bouck, John Zee of New
York, Capt. Samuel E. Flanigan, Thomas W.
Luidlow, pilot of the Illinois, Dr. E. Rider of
Vermont, and Dr. Owens of Missouri. [States pa- |
pern please copy.l
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 we give verbatim, et literntum : ^ Parsiovers kor Omiiiaw.^
Some newly discovered gulch on the Yellowstone, w* suppose !
Arrest. -i-C. Curtis and George Higgins, both ^uetioneere, were arrested oa Monday last, for
transgressing the order against selling stock on tha atreet. That's right. Nobody objects to hav^ ing auction houses on the ba.-iness street, but run^ ning sto?k through a crowded thoroughfare kuch a.' the main street in our city, i.-s a nuisance to the public and dangerous to pedestrians on the crocungn of tbe street. For if six . men, as we hare ^^en ii, try the strength of their lungs at once, goin - at full speeed nt the same time, it is impossi^ ble to RBcartain from which side danger is approach- We are glad that such a nuisance will not be tolerated.
' ^ -The worst of wll bummers, and there are a* otny kinds a^ different species of dogs, ia dccidedly ths newspaper bummer. He will be found to be the j fin;t one after the arrival of the coach, iu the news' ^lapot. crowding in and taking up a new.-paper, apreading it out and reading it through, covering i *P all other papers, and preventing cuatomera j from baying, . We areaorry to mv that more of! th^^>una Newrpapar IVustaar Caaj bo fonnd a*nf^^g i ^* say ^--v* r> t-s, kwro e*'irb>*e.
t Oa Daiaiiaiy Uaayaa,B-**aaaubiuto tha aaaa?
ra the river route, left for the Yellowstone. They are
^ mostly all hardy looking fellows, not likely to nart *****
^ wit* a*th^ljia oi propett**. but we must coafsas
l\ TKat, fa thfs joneture of affairs, it partakaaeouewhat
^ of: tamenty, totentun; doiratke Vellowstonefin the
^ face of tha aanaerous and probably hostile' tribes n that Ua^ iti tanks. *nD*s G*o
Mr. Ck*^^berlai^ u about to leave this city r We
for Lawistoa. B*\ iug long acted in an official ^^- 1.^^Ur^
pactty m Iddbo, be if wen qualified to givVrWf**. ^ -
ation concerning the laws of that territorv Parti*- Corn S
having letters Ac, to send West, can, if thev wUh isaaal
have them forwarded by this gentleman We ? |W
^ derstand that Mr. Chamberlain intends to settle in L1*?*
- outmldat on his re?rn He wlil start for UwU ^i wnJ, V1* W?la Md Boi8e Citv' connecting SHt> Su.?ar
22 '^,'Fa?^*lCo VandwiUcar'7 otters s^d small ^u :
for Packages for the above named places or any part ^ (
.oJ i, , r ^ *l Letters may be lef tat v, . 1 zed Rockfellow A Dennee's, on Jackson street.
> ^ As announced, the lecusd grand i^op came T,e,a X'
ort off on Wednesday night, in Puker's new hall, and ^ fj
was pronounced, by all who attended the same, a Coffee
grand succe.56. Receiving our urual complimenta- -J? .
ry. we donr.ed our store clothes and went, saw and if!^} stayed until the first rosy blushes of the young day
mantled tb9 tops of the- Madison divida, when the Dned
danc? broke up, and everybody foiighf'fepose,hi'rTi- ^ ai
'^r- ly satisfied with the night's entertainment, only Chepf^^
?er wishing soon to have another such. The supper at y,
the Planter's House was gotten up in the very best But(?e ^ ^ ftyle, and by men who understand their business. ^ The music by Waugh's Quadrille band was excellent r> and those that didn't come missed the best thinsr of Beans = the season. Potat Onion
Tho marked and satisfactory progress that gjl?j
our citiiins are making in reducing this eity to or- Candl the d*r polarity, ^* highly gratifying. The first Salaei step had keen taken, in securing the preservation of '~^ap life and property, concerning which, many a rogue w ^, found to his cost that the teeth which bite hardest r 6 are out of sight. It was a perilous venture for the ^an. , first bold advocates of the lex talionis ^ but they ifjT r. have their reward. There are few even of the largp V ^ ^ to manufacturing towns th*t can compete with Vir- ^2S ginia City, in freedom from crime and robbeiy. Ur^ck Another step, supported by public opinion, is being ... . tea- taken. Exposure to accident from rui'iiing horses 0 in the main street will shortly cease. Horses must j be had ; and those who want them will go to the p^WP LlJ auction mart instead of tbaraain street. The good epp^
^ sense of the auctioneers, who are reliable men, will j?j 1 of bring them to cheerful compliunce, we are sure, jt ce One church is built and anothor will shortlv follow, i?l^! A large and prosperous sabbath school, with adult S bible classes, is held iu the town hall, and we are in- lots. formed that in a short time an appeal will be made to the liberality of tl^f citizens concerning the erec- and tl'm ^* a school ^house' to' be the property of the district.
0 H Centreville grows so fast that it will soon grow it- 1 Bee. ^eif out of a.eauoaud become part of the whole
city which nowrVnlly inerodes Virginia, Central and 19 Xevadacitiec. May the good feeling of our people the keep them in the track of social progress so happily
entered upon, and may it never bo our duty to record q0 any interruption of the pence, harmony nnd pros- qq our perity that so eminently distinguishes \ irginia.
nice PoruLAtios or MoSTaxa. ^
K Missoula county, 450 ^vwsjr
Deer Lodge ^ 3^0 f\
lnv Choteau ^ 200
Jefferson ^ 1 805
0Dnr ! Beaver Head ^ 1 514 J.
euce Madison ^ .11 493
lt , ^ [ # 0* ^ On
TotaL? 15 822
th? * I i at of Letters.
ifter p EMAINING in the Virginia City Post Office, TT loop l\. Octobtir 8th, 1 364.
jail Aaron Leopold Mccormick James
Anderson Mi*s Mary Mcclurg Edward
Bacbour John McCarthy MichaeJ
oing Baker Napoleon McDonald Miss Mattie n his Bentin Thomas sad DevidJIartin John W
nate- Earnanl L A Martin Michael
. Baker Miss Jane Mathews O
' ^ BeidlerFH Muher E CO]
Blackmnn Mrs a c Mnltby rapt t D 2
town Rr0lnell George c 2 Morrison 1 a
Bray Butler and co M ounce H M
; one i>n,tt jj Brice Murray Lawrence Wb^
were Bryson David Nichels Lawrence ba,t
I cau Burker Russell Norris niram Caven William M North King and uinklo v-r OasyN Orchanl William
lght. Carter P G Pendry Jamta 2
onJt Carleton Charles W Pike a W
.' 3 Call Christopher c Pierce DC _ .
Wlt.b ChamplincM Pliillips John *L(
aS L* Chisholm Donald Pool Odpm
9 110 chaloner charles II Pop^> Mrs c I
chesterfield John Rnmrey Walliaa
ioint- Cunningham T A Ren a Ids E W
Davis William W Rice Anderson
uuty: Davis William RichajiDon John 2
L.. P. Dimond Quin Robert W n
,-ada. Dobson George 2 Rohrer W B ^
Doughty S;*.inuel A Rollins Thomas
Erway a B Rosentock Justus
idana, Flowers I Ross Mrs Rebecca SU
gpjt Fox Martin Smith J c
' French a P smith Daniel
tment Frjedmann S satterwhite John W
vada. pujier Reuben c 2 Saunders Thomas
ouble Fuel William t seawell F t
Gogen Miss Mattis siddall Richard
lt b11 Golden Patrick U shelton J B SY
Goodrich J H shelton William
leeled Gratp Uampy shelton R
aging (ireen a a spencer Josiah
iot be Hall diaries R standecher Michael
ig ou Hamilton Alfred B Stephens Henry
Harness Jacob staggj Joseph A
Harness John J Sutherland George W
tional jjall Robort sweet William c
ctober Haan William sweet and Medscar QI
Cole- Hargraves William Tebeau Michael
. ^ Haynes L D reby John S.A
lemen Aenry j0}m Thomson Job
^u^'y Herbert John Threlikill George
, ' A^ aerly Thomas Tores-en Lire Jallard
,lenn' ninman B I rrecher Mr
r , Howard J K Ustick W W
iU0-S noway James Vinton Mrs Ally
ie first Busted Lewis n Vincent Ira , BI
result. Jinkins Marion Vipond John
m tbe Jinninga h P Wade Miss Louisa GI
aio^d, Jonee John M Walters E K
t run. Johnson Mrs E M Ward John F
is con- Kane* Andrew Waysman Miss M A
Keaton J J Waldon D
Kearney Jnmes Webb Gilbert
lanton Lawrence Gideon a Weller Martin
owing Levy John n Williams Moroni
I'ilber ?oo?c9 Thomas Wilson spend th'
f New Ly^na George B ^ Wort man Alfred
tfAw Mcclure John T Young^r Edward S.- ler of Persons calling for the above letters will pleast QU tes na- give the date of the advertisement.
? I GEO. B. PARKER, P. M.
o cor- ^. . a
erday, . . . ^ . . ^ m,
. . The regular communications of Virginia City
iption, Lodgfti t;. j).t A. F. A A. M., are held on the 2d ^ and 4th Saturdays in each month. *W P. S. PFOCTS, W. M. rstone, Alex DA0Iii Secfy. _
, both Church.
it, for Preaching everv Sabbath by Rev. A. M. Tobbet, t> on th. *t 11 A- M- M the Court House. Sabbath School at 2 P. M. All ara invited to attend.
>n the vvtjj NOLAN A CO., BANKERS AND DEAL- oi
as we V V prs in Exchange have removed, to their new
I once, gtone House, corner of Wallace and Van Buren
^P0*?- streets. '
not be ^ ^
.^^ TO THE PUBLIC.
ydedly rp HE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE VfR-
be the A ginia City ant'. Summit City Wagon Road T
! Company, wilfmeet at Allen k Millard's' Bank on I
e newa , Wallace (or Main) street Virginia City, on Satur- o
rpaper, j day eve^ing of eac i week, a,, 7 o'clock. P. M. ^ tl
ivering i Persons having biuinees with the Company are re- .
tomers 1 quested M) coafer with them ^t the above time and ei
iore of I place. By order of the Board. . fi
Me** V. *. MrfOTMICK, 8se>. k
?*ariU*a;Citr WlaaiaasaU Jl*afc^4a? j
Z B^GW WZaiELY torn. TBE ^M0.TIAKA PO^T.V
J| ROCK FELIX) W A DEN NEE.
*^ a G#oda ^nd Produce of every description remain I
nrm if o change in Flour since last qeotations. JLJ tv TJ1We 1note to-day aS foBoWs:
' Fl,^^ur-S^!t- ?^ $26 00
f u rfiS?V 24 00
^ ^ i^lt Luke 23 00 TV
tl. 8V?' 2-i 63(a65
S ^ Jowtty;::;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; - - 62? TO-
l ^ Crushed ^ 7fJ
Molasses S H per 10 gal keg . . . . . . 60 00
B-hrhe'rs Golden Syrup, per 10 gal keg . 62 50 - . ,
ne y Wi? 1 ^5 H/
loung Hys.cn 190
^d ^ California Natural Leaf , '^ 2 00 com*
a Coffee Rio ^0@62* the B
a> ts ^ . /ava 67i
Dried Apples. . i~i J Dried Peaches 30J h? Dried Currants, Cherries, Black ^ Berries', East
If: cbe?l??::::::::::;::;::;;;; 77^o asth^
5 ^ Western Reserve C7Jk
est Batr|tatfi :::::::: 6^ XT'
Ranche 115v|i:0 X* ^
f Beans, 25
Onions, ...... ' j5
'at ^ ^
or- Candles, Star 60@65 V
rst c^laeratus, and Soda 30 *^ ^
l| Soap Palm St. Louis.
,ue J'-, ^ pt Joe ..^.'.'.'.'.'.'.*.'.'.^.*.^.^.' 30
est ?al!?J' Pfr HeS 42 50@47 50
the ^an.d~frmts 24 u0^3^27 ^0
J Coal Oil, per gal 8 Oo?S SO
^ Crackers, Soda 45
2* ^ Butter 42i
Jj Tobacco, Lewis A Bro. natural leaf) . . . 1 7i
usl . ^ N,^- h Pluf 1 50
m pZlrre?.,esrate8 from 60^135 HO^
>od uppers^!1 50 ^^^^
'^1 rL Sr^Und * 90 nice ' , oi
ire. ,t ^ oa
Raisins, per box, ... 1 j '. ' '. '. '. \ \ [ ' ^. ' ' ^ ' ^ ' * * * l s OU
i^ t ROCKFELLOW A DENNEE.
stle No. 5, Jackson street, Virginia City.
ec- r 11 ^^ ^ i
it- SE PORTED BY ALI.ES ANT) MILLARD, BANKERS.
ole Virginia City, Oct. 8, 1S64.
lnd Exchange on New York, selling at par.
P10 Treasury Note*, huying et 55 cts., for imt. *2 ^ ^ elHng at 70 Cts:., for daat. ^.
oru Gold Dustr buy ng at $26 to $2S ppr onnce. . ^
^-- Gold Dust, buy ing at |14 00 to $16 00 for coin.
514 J. Armitage. J. B. Cox.
493 ^ ^ On Jackson Street, one door above Messrs. Rockfeliow ^ Dcnnee.
, TTAVE JUST OPENED THEIR EXTENSIVE rp. ace' XT and well furnished J- '
ie Family Grocery,
COMMISSION ^. STORAGE HOUSE,
Where they propose offering, it FAIR PRICES, the bcit quality ol
10 i STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Consisting ia part of
BACON, , HAMS CB
COFFEE, H( and TEA of a Superior Quality, SYRUP and SUGAR CANE MOLASSES,
CAN MEATS and FRUITS sl of every description. f Also :
DRIED APPLES, i SALT LAKE PEACHES,
DRIED CURRANTS s CHERRIES, BLACKBERRIES, GRAPES
and RAISINS. f ~ VEGETABLES of every description ! f
Arrangements are being made to keep , their house well supplied with the very best SALT LAKE and RAN CHE BUTTER that pleast Qur Mountain Country can furnish. J
M' AH are respectfully invited to give them ^ a call.
. City The highest cash prices paid for Butter, ^
the 2d Eggs and Cheese. aV
M. 6^ Cm s^
BRASS AND QUADRILLE BAND. ]
;chool _ . *
Are now prepared to furnish Music for
mmmm. PPvOCESSIONS, PARTIES. DANCES, ]
CONCERTS, SERENADES, .x
or in fact for any occasion whan aGood Brass Band n DEAL- or Orchestra may be employed. ^ r new Headquarters on Cover, below Jackson Struct.
BureB Davt Smith, D. W. C. WAUGH.
prompter. Director. ^ ^ 6^ Cm
Ef NOTICE. ^M
VIR- ! .
Road Tg. HEREBY GIVEN, THAT ON AND AFTER J nk on i Thursday 20th Sept., ISti*, the sale at auction Satur- of Stock of any d? cription on the Main Streets of f . M. ^ this citv must be entirely discontinued. J ire re- All vVsgcos upon the^ Main- streets except those . nn and engaged in loading aDd unloading, must be moved
from twidttreeta or they will be taken care of and ^ re'r. keld es'ieet to chergee, SHIL HOWIE. t
\ f^ H ^arlff.
*r|STAPLE^ = ' FANCY) w
r Dry Goods.
t 00 y .
J 00 T. E. TOOTLE, St- Joseph, Missouri. t '^J R. LEACH, Denver, Colorado. C
H i; taat? ?i-
^S TOOTLE, LEACH ^ CO.
^ 60 -^..,'^ r?.J-n/f r^ r:^,[(>i/ ;.7M'l ^ n:r.-:7
I ^5 IA AVE S0W 0PE??EI, IN THEIR NEW STORE j qq XX House on Idaho street, four doors above the
2 no corner of Idaho and Jackson streets, at the sign of the BIG 7 the best assorted stock of
67i STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
37i ever offered in Montana Territory, embracing every FI 60 article usually kept in a first class Dry Goods house East or West, which they will sell at prices as low 70 as the market. 70? 5^ tf
3 NEW TINSHOP. BA
25 ., ,
J?- K sn t, .. 15 07
^SJ F. R. MERK ^ BROs, go^^
,7 50 W.11
DEALERS IN v-
1 75 i 1 50
*l 11 HOTEL AND FAMILY, 90
35 COOKING AND HEATING STOVES
18 0U MINING TOOLS,
SHEET IRON, ] B.
64. AND JAPANET WARES AT I
WHOLESALE ^ RETAIL. s\
N. B. ^ Job Work in ?ia or Sheet Iron done on
reasonable terms. At
k| sja C
ajatM JackEon Street, next door to Content's New Stone rates Corner.
cssrs. CALL AT Dj
sivb X00TLE> LEACH ^ CO.,
And examine the finest Stock of ? pt.INTS, GINGHAMS AND LADIES' |
DRESS GOODS, ALSO HOUSEKEEPER'S GOODS
of almost everv description to be found in the
.lis Mwkft- Wa
BED AND MINER'S BLANKETS,
^ ^ . hf wi ti
BLEACHED AND BROWN MUSLIN3,
, CRASn, HOOP AND BALMORAL SKIRTS,
CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, ME HOSIERY^ LADIES AND GENTS,
- v. ' f.. . 1 l'. J. ' J A *>^ L 'A ' ^ . r-
SHAKER HOODS, 3111
SSES, SDJ STATIONERY, HANDKERCHIEJS,
BTJEL FULLED CLOTH,
AN ADA GREY CLOTH, >m^
. 11 ^^
, v,_0 MISSOURI JEANES \NTS
RIES' FLANNEL, *c.
Call and see them at the Sign of the BIG 7, on the
Idaho Street. 5^ tf gj
ion!!! STAR RESTAURANT. H
, Ja(.k, on, between Wnllnce and -t-?
tccP Idaho streets, Virginia City, M. T.
ry best _
FOWLER A SCHENK, Protrietors. W
R that rp ^* STAR ^ is now open for the accoraoda-
X tion of Guests and Boarder* as a regular Res- SA taurant. and is the only establishment of the kind ethem the city.
FRESH TROUT, GAME, HAM AND EGGS, HOT COFFEE, OYSTERS,
Batter ^'Ter7 Style ant] the best of everything the market
' affords, neatly served to order, at all hours of the
day or night. Old friends and new ones, and per^ sons from abroad, recollect the Star.
5 ^ 3m p
HO~i FOR THE YELLOWSTONE. ^
and. DAVIS, HOUSEL ^ CO., T
1 \NCES TTAVE TIIE M0ST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT j ra1
^^ LX of Dry Goods, Groceries and Provisions in ES> Virginia City, for sale. Abo ; a ooanflete assort- ^
ass Baxd ment of Clothing, and Piece Goods.
Store on Wallace street, above the Stone Block, troet. ^ Oppotite the Cabinet Shop. ^ * A
rector. .VEBRASK.M UOtSE. ^^
^ Jackson Street, above Post Office, Virginia City, _
4 Montana Territory.
n. P. DOWNS, Propriitor,
after Meals, 15 Cent*, Board $12 per Week. ]
auction The Table supplied with the best the market af- treeto of forte. The Saloon is furnished with the b?t of '
Liqudra ami Segarc. 5^ 3m *|
:pt those . _ 1 , , ^ J
a moved TO* WORK 1% e of and tf \ m
VIZ. I (kfs41kai.laaawafa ardar a* ate ^^^* ^# *w'V 1 Ma^a^wM VM.
y| KRAAL ^ PETCHNER:^ ? COHFECriONERY and BAXEJLY
A Larrc and Fresh Stock of
CANDIES? 0 O Si x) ?
CASS ED FXUITS, and ATLi
the of all KINDS.
ery FINE CIGARS WINES, and LIQUORS,
ow kept constantly on hand.
r BALL SUPPERS and
l0 ? Gotten up on Short Notice.
Wallace St, one doer above the Gem.
Virginia City; M. T., Sept. 10, 1864.
3-^*m 3-^*m Pasit
AtTlEN ^ M ILL AH D,
7 and B^
PC Coos M Virginia City, Montana Territory. _?)lt
COIN, GOLD DUST, TT.BASTRY NOTES, and FOREIGN and DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.
. ' ' ^ r ' i /* i >- f\ CI y i r / r coane*
B. F. ALLEN. J. H. MlIJ-ARD, wan_
AT Hes Moines, Iowa. VirginiaCity, M. T. ?ji- j
Ben. Holladay, I f W. L Halsbt,
IL. New York. | I G.S. L.Clty. *TLAJ
HOLL1DAT dc HALSLV,
At the office of the Overland Stage Line, Virgi- r*i:i City, Montana Territory, will pay the highest _, jtone rates for
GOLD DUST AND COIN,
Dust Bought kor Coin or Currency.
Casn paid tor Goveb^skht Vouchers. TTI' Drafts Payable in Coin or Currency sou) on XV New York,
San Francisco, Cal.,
YiRSiinA City, Montana, U., DE>vr.R City, Colorado, 1
Pobtlano, Orscioh, aad Victoria, British Coli.mbia. Postage Currency and Revenue Stamps for sale. 1-Lt
JOHN A. NYE ^ CO. '
_ ^ T3I 0UDS IX.
th. C^^ Walla.ce Street, Virginia City, M. T.
DEALERS IN A.Wl
MINER'S TOOLS OF ALL KINDS,
I0ES, MINER'S TOOLS OF ALL KINDS,
_.^*.^.,.*., - Mou
STOVES GF ALL KINDS,
STOVES OF ALL KINDS, ? And
0ODS, SHEET AND TOM IRONS, ?
SHEET AND TOM IRONS. __
And a general assortment of Goods pertaining to our line of business, which we offer to the _0TH, Publi c at reasonable rates.
We are prepared to manufacture anything in our JQ lino to order, with despatch.
J. A. NYE k Co.
TOOTLE, LEACH A CO., HAVE REMOVED and from their former stand on Jackson street to 7, on their New Honse on Idaho street, four doors above MI. .tf the comer of Jackeon and Idaho ttreets, on left
hand side, nnd would be pleased to see their friends
j rri and custtjjner*.
Hi 1 , Sept. 34, 1864. 5 ^ tl
DANCE ^ STUART. 0A
Wallace Street, Vlrg-iala City, 9K. T
, Dealers in. ^ ' M i 1. 4,
Dmoda- I ir Res- SADDLES, BRIDLES, BOOTS,
6 klnd SHOES, HARDWARE, SHOE FINDINGS
EGGS, GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, NOTIONS
, and General Merchandize.
market 5 tf km
of the giv
Sd H at. aTf . ^aW ITU. ?
ONE. Jackaa^ Street, Tlrariaia Clt.v Over Coa Wi Ore^ 'a Champion aaleaa.
CO., T AM PREPARED NOW TO TAKE ALL KINDS W'
I X of Photographs, Ambrotypej, Ac, at reasonable rMENT ' ^tea. Come and examine specimens.
ions' in b^'m A. M. SMITH.
A LL TnOSE INDEBTED TO THE MONTANA , \ BILXIARD HALL, win phase cell and nettle ^ . . , j without delay. Those having bu-inees against ua, ;a? pteeetit and get their duet. l^l C^ tf SCHWAB A SEBOLSKY, ua City, j
irket af- _
b?tof! JOH- A. sn.sojf.
-3m j Tl AS ON HAND A CHOICE LOT OF OLD RYE
j XX Whiskey which mnkes op splendidly in Hot
I' ink*. He re^pectfulry requests the public to * I giv* him a call and examine hia ttock as Wallaae I 1 a at (he i ttraet, appocita Oalif e-f H Sa^b^^ pe. } x
^it If EL A HI)
T Stage Line.
BEN. HOLLADA1, Propria tor.
Carrying the Gaeat Through Ifail between the
ATLANTIC AID PACIFIC STATES.
TI1TS Lias ie now maxda g in ceaaectio* with the Daily Coaches between
ATCHISON, KANSAS, A ri.AC_RV._LZ, CAL.
j f ... ^ ^ *.i -1 -wi; hohc-'q
Tri-areekly Coaches hetweon Salt Lake City and Walla Walla,
Via Bolee City, Wast Bannack, aad
1 TR1-WSEKL1 COACHES
Great Salt Lake City and Virginia Ciiy, B# Montana, via Bannock Ciiy,
CARRYING THE V. ^. a_AILr
_ Pasiengers, and Express Mattsr.
Abo, tri weekly coaches between Virginia City and Bemnack City. Coaehas for Great Salt Lake City aad Banaadt F^ leave Virginia City every
! ;i*d ct-^^I! x'uaH 'ni l' .niuia'n hs^
TUESDAY, THURSDAY A SUNDAY MORN INC,
connecting at Fort Hall with coaches to Boise and Walla Walla, and at Great Salt Lake City, With the
^ T- daily lines to the
|y' ATLANTIC STATE'S, NEVADA AND CA_irO_XTA.
Express matter carried in charge of competent aad trustworthy messengers.
For further particulars apply at ofBe _.
NAT STEIN. Aotrr. 1-lv Virginia City, Montana Territ'y.
. TOBACCO, CIGARS? PIPES, SNUFF ^C.
., '; ?rlaWlS 1 1-. ' .' TH I ^ ^^_^
^7^ n. J. BR^M)LIvCEn, At Ce.,
RESPECTFCLLY calls the attention of all persons buying any of the abova articles, to tbe desirable stock af goods new in store :
Chewing Tob^cca^Ths finest and beat as- ^ sorted stock of Plug end Fine Cut Tobacco ever offend in t_ie Territory.
8anff-^5cot^h and German.
CIGARS ! CIGARS!! CIGARS!!!
A well selected stock from which every one car. be suited.
Pipea-^Genuine Meerschaum. Gutta Perche, Briar Root, all kinda of Wooden, Fancy
Clay, Ac., Ac.
Pipe Slema^Patent Getta Parch*, Car- Cine. Ac.
Mouth Tiecsa and Cigar Holders, NDS, Playing Carta,
NDS, Tobacco Boxes,
And a variety of Fancy Goods.
H. J. BRENDLINGER, A CO., Wallace St., three doors below KiikadJen's Stoaa
Block. 3^ ly
GURNEY ^ CO'S,
-BOOT ^ SHOE
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER Larg* Stock of our Custom Made Boots 3YED and Shoes, of the boat qnt lity, comprising
above MINING BOOTS. n left ENGLISH CAP BOOTS,
fiends LIGHT KIP BOOTS,
SEWED and PEGGED FINE CALF BtJOTS, tf KIP AND CALF SHOES, and
LADIEa' MISSES' and CHILDREN'S
, -p GAITERS, -HOES, and BALMORALS- ^
^ X . A.Lw a laige Stock oi
?TS IIAYWARD'S DOUBLE SOLE Lvos RUBBER BOOTS.
^8 _ .
Our entire and legitimate sttertiov being given to tbe manufacture and sale of our well- known BOOTS A SHOES, we are confident of rtill , giving full satisfaction to all our n aceereiu cus^ tomer?.
RY. N. B.^Wc WARRANT nli our
?t\tt~ Wallace 8tr^t. Virrinia City, and ttlao Nevada sal SS B-^ackCiu^.
H. YirgiaiaCity, M.;T. JSent. 10. 18a*.
8^ ly ^
I Mtt)e J*ck^^^^ Street, Virginia City, ^. T^
k ' Begs to inform the public that he his 00 baoJ an
aborted stock of the Best Liquors, Cigars, Ac Hia Saloon U adorned with the bast eet cf EFORTING . __ FIC'AURES, west of New Yoik.
^ Private Lessons in Boring and Sparring Once a Week.
in Hot : ^ : ~
ibltc t... , Hook nn^ aUaddeT Cwaiguuny No. 1. Wallaae I \^ BET regularly every aoodav, at 7 o'dtck, r. \ A^t a,, at wariws astl. Be order af > t~^*f Ta>^. Mmn. fl?Saia.