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Also the Carrier, going from this city' t Fort
The Post-Master, at anunock City;
Also the Poet-Master at Salt Lake;
MI. Jas. STrART at Deer Lodge.
Ma. FaAu' WORPN, at HIell Gate
pu. O)vEvxAX, at Summit.
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All of the above named gentlemen are author
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LOCAL A D T R S
LOC.L AND OTHER ITErlS.
- Cord w,od aells at $10 00 per cord in town.
- A 1pl.rdid bill is to be performed at the
Monta::a theatre to-night. Go and see it.
- A big lot of wrapping paper for sale ch eap
at the City Dook Store.
Fail not to procure a seat early, to-night at
the M,,ntana theatre.
IF:,,v .rtT.-l-jne half of one of the best corner
:tre in:twn. Apply at the premises, c.rner of
W\alia, and Ja cklon street.
.- W1. r.otica .:t Williamns & lusisell'u meat
an..riet. : tar;' lotnof ducks and other specimens
of the frather'd tribes-jut the thing for a
'hritinasa dinner. Go eamly and secure one ere they
ar- all moo .
C Iwoeas CHFran.--The folks at the Star Res
taurait are preparing for Chritmas. A game din
nre. with puddings. pies .i:d old style fixings will
he ready fur t!eir friealds. Crll there and try their
. lhrk " th, iniunitable, matchles "Dunk,"
il.i f,.rth at the Theatre saloon, where he keen.
ti,+ cnhoir'-t of liquors and eigars, which are dis
pei'.ed by him with a grace and good humonr lareiy
eit with :rmung the genii of the har.
---1 -ra.,l Nwu- Year's ball will come off on
t!enve oveniing, Jannary 2, lSt.i5, at the Adelphi,
i, e~it. A g,: 'rin..taiiuon is hereby "xtrnded
t.x lP lvers of thal t'rphirrorean art. EIxceilent
,"is.ic will hIe in attn'rd anc anl a general good time
oi-y l, exp Tc <tl.
-- Tuhe ~tonewal " salooun is now completed,
iand will open t.-niiht. The proprietors have
alarel n',itier moray nor pains to finish their ea
i,;n it tip top stiyll. The bar is sUlpi'lid with the
fin.tt liqurs and ciuars in the runtry. l(o and
give them a trial.
- Thie ill of1fred this evsning at the Monto: a
il,:,itre, will b- the best ever offered on any stag: in
Virginia. Mr. C. P. Spillaue will mrke his first
opponrance in th_ sidle-splitting fare- "Teddy Roe."
The performance will commenet, with " Christmas
ive, or the l'nptain'of the 1ltch." Go early and
c uore a good sent.
-- The Idaho lBilliard Hall is being enlarged
to double its present size, Tor the accommodation
-f two new marble bed tables, and will be in run
n::,, order in le i than a week. The gentlemanly
?prpvietors. - Jack " lEll and J. M. Caatner, will
rlare no pairs to make their popular retort second
to none in Virginia.
Nuw Fintr.-Drs. Snelson. Tanner A.Gibson have
ciinrolidlatel their stock of diugs and opened out
i t door to Rockfollw A "D)nnee'c Store on Jack
,'" Street. where they will be pleased to see 'their
'frinds and the. public generally in want of any
tin; in their line.
.MAis:..-On Saltrday- Tat. the bretberen in
Virgir ia. preoented to Me,,!ames Ifouts and Russell,
two benutiful pinm, as n teken of their appreciation
c.f the Creat services rendered to the craft by their
wortrv partners in life. Tke pins were manufac
t:,;'i i- M.1r. Lee. the . iti.t who m-dl Judge Bis
rnte r..--Speaking of the fight bettween Greer
2r.d N'ittall in our last, our reporter made a mintake
Jn thie leclitv. The fight took plac- itn the Cali
rnmla Exchrnge. next door to the Shndes. Fur
e:r: on. of the comuhatantsllcishe us to state that
he had ,tie :noe in as close proximity to the other's
hteth ::* he could have wished under any eircum
t:,r.c-.*, ard only by biting the other's lip, saved
hI:raorr.r.;ess.--A. J. NSlson, in the rear of his
wholeshle and retail liquor store, on Wallac'etreet,
i rrvrfig a, sawed log building, SO by 2S feet.
which iý to he fitted up as a theatre for the grand
glv, fi;ht hLtweea Hugh O'Neil and Con Orem, on
J'n'aarv 2.1 1865. A gallery will be erected for
S:ose of t!he fair sex who desire to witnera athletic
.porte. The trar is one of the snuggest and most
' yfi xtnres about town. We rather thin.k that
therewill I,e some hard knock:s given in the glove
igl:t tforessaid. After that interesting affair, it
il se frtted up for any public purpose that may
r"qi-- a Ihrg hareS. 'T'ickets for the glove fight
~-. o be ,ad or. the ground.
A L' .-one of the genuine' kind, mezarinng
fear feet and four inches in length, was killed in
WhPt:I:in gulch, :ome twenty miles from this
C'tg, last week, brought into town and left on exhi
i .r ot ('or office for some time. ',he lynx is al
.o.t exti,.ct in the older States, and rarely met
with inl the mountains. It is of the genus rFELS,
d is rC,m:- kahle for its tufted ears and sharp sight.
-o cn.,rider;ahle difference exist between the lynx
air. other of its genus, except the collar of .tiff
a rs aroundl its neck and hts tuated ears. Thes
i'~ innn alluded to, is one of the finest ever seen,
.a1d woule be an a.gly customer toneet with4mn a
Ter M,,rru TneATsr.-Three times per week'
"eda. s. Thursdays and Saturday, all may forget
for a few hours. that they are in the depth of win
t'r cn.l aknoat cut of om the rest of the wbrld.by
lnsrmoiunrtable barriers of snow, by going to the
heat md4 tastefully got up fMontana Theatre to lis
ten to th. roaring farce and well-nkeeted draima.
°i srpik o:f sny one as the principal. would- be do
'iý.r'ltiit'e to the rest ol the actors, but we can
trul1 reoun eund them to patrsaesg ad ehprf ully
ci T!h3 coit scrupuloP, inaare taken to make
So0'1, and to the public, aes septabl3 a selee.ion
SyI'i. can be got. and they are invariably well
p.alu. 'i. Tihe parts are well-studied and delivered
Iid the acting leavea notbi.gg, to wjsh for. The
emi- ` niat.O t Jir. J. W3)A btinga down the
i' t :,i off evarv one of his songs, and the
'4t lly exicution of Mvr.. Flora 'rs 0t
1'ser fai:l to elapture t1i auaiien 'op e
tion. The eaxic, ubd* 'tbhederi Mr.
,'eslinger is r.lone worth the price of admseion.
1,2C n h planvi, tts ,.wwae_ qnntr
Ord pYrati inaei p'ftff tdo wtta td prectt
aa crnd nuracy than at the Meesas-. This
r'at'any 'curves due dIredit, bor Hteir x s y, m oss
4t.IU able perfosmnauae, laave iveneaiafle lsit
" °i4 1saneot fail to be aita*noed by Mt1hm tee
*eIJ atigt. Gi'tth 'a a lull hou-e tu-Diht.
per ame, .ad pool at t(8 m fro th
date. oping that this ma meet the approb 6atioa
af their teyecin a onth.ne of their
Co,, .. Rinemaa, H. Poeaanki AbolOWky, Wm.
Virg*'a City, De. 24, 1864., t* -t
PouICS DOixia Dnuaix4 M Wng.-Judge G. G.
TsoedU iain earnest now, and makes all deliaqutent
brought into hispresenc come down petty heavily.
A. Jefl Davis was before him, for making in the
stillnesm of the night an unearthly noise an firing
his pid.l.t the moon. H plead guilty, and came
daown with eighty reenbackts of the amallest de
Jew Carlton and Frances Carlton for disorderly
conduct had to take cheice between $80 fine or 40
days in limbo-.preferred the former and swelled the
county treasury to the amount of $160.
- After experiencing the severesr cold and a
good deal of snow, equal to the Siberian climate,
for several weeks, we feel grateful for a spell of
endurable weather, such as we were blessed with for
the last few days. Were it not for the deep mow
that greets our eves in surveying the surrounding
hills, and which nothing but the warm sun and rains
of next April can melt, we might imagine ourselves
in the early spring, throw of our overcoatsa, over
shoet, etc., and sally forth to take our accustomed
walk on the hill., but outside of the beaten roads
deep sow interposes an obstacle to all attempts at
taking a walk. Deep snow on level places, cover
ed-up prospect holes, and big nmow drifts on the
hill-side, veto all such perambulations.
ULhEARD-0F CLxEV!R.NESs.-Ifers, Williams &
Russell, at the City Meat Market, on Idaho street,
will give a free blow-out on Christmas day, to all
who may favor them with a call. The finest quali
ty of premium roast beef, venison of all kinds,
black-tail, white-tail and red-tail deer, mountain
sheep, moose, bear, mutton, corned beef, and veal
cooked in all styles, with every concievable dressing
will be served up by them to their fiends, patrons
or any other man who may call. A good glass of
whisky punch to wash down a hearty meal. will be
concocted by the CaptainhiaJf. Hlie und-?rstands
the manufacture of that article. The display of
cut meats on that day, alone, will be worth seeing,
and the variety of these different miet cuts will be
such as never seen in thisTerritory before. Lunch
free, and meats sold as lew as the lowest.
Come one and all
Both big and small,
And taste and try
1lfore you buy
SnoorTcG AFFrrA.--A shooting scrape took plece
at "Something New " on Saturday night last, be
tween one Jim Crow and a man named Emerson, an
employee in ('el. Hutchinson's boarding house. A
woman, as is too often the ease, was the cause of
two men jeopardizing their lives in deadly combat.
SSomething New " is one of the few Hiurdy-Gnrdly
houses that have .aurvived the stagnation in the
dance-house buriness, and is seemingly doing a big
thing. It appears that Emerson was making him
self rather more agreesable to Crow's wife than he.
(Crow) thought proper, and a'quarrel arose in con
egluencn, which ended in both drawing their shoot
ing irons. Both fired six times. Crow was struck
.by two balls in his breast, and Emerson rec'ived two
in his anis. After they had done shooting., the
ladies ()j returned, having fled during the firing.
and the dsne- went on. Crow was iot expected to
live. but has since recovered so far as to he out of
Pcn.rr LEsvrr .- On Wednesday evening lust,
Mr. J;,iis C. T ,Ruc dalivered a lecture in the Mon
tana theatre. on the " Penalties of Public Life."
We congratulate theaudience on their good fortune
in being present. The lecture contains as much
that is good, that an adequate synopsis is impossible,
within our limits. It should be heard. to be appre
ciated. in aptness of illustration, in telling com
pariion and in pungent sarcasm, Mr. Turk excels;
and we feel sure that a crowded house will confirm
the verdict of the audience an Wednesday night.
The lecturer was introduced ly Wilbur F. Sanders.
who, in a few short but excellent remarks, drew a
vivid picture of the state of society last year. as
contrasted with its present improved condition. He
stated that just twelve months since the execution
of (George Ives had taken place: and the fnruits of
the stern and necessary retribution then commenced.
was to be seen in the advance of civilization and in
the peace and order of to-day. The lecture was
loudly and repeatedly applauded, and at the conclu
sion, it was unanimously resolved that Mr. Turk be
olicited to repeat it. This proposition having met
with a favorable response, the evening of Wednes
day next. was fixed upon as a suitable time. The
insuhcient notice was doubtless the cause of the
thinness of the attendance; but we feel sure that a
dis rning public will not miss such a treat as now
lies within their reach. The ladies should not be
forgotten by those who seek their own enjoyment,
and we hope to see many present.
Virginia City ComncilU No. 2, V. L. A.
T ILL meet every Tuesday eveuing, at 7 o'clock.
By order of G. G. BISSELL, Pres't.
T. II. KLEINSMIDT, Rec. Sec'y. 18-tf
J) E it known that at the Dec mber Term, 1864, of
11 the Di-tiict Court of said County, it was ordered
that publication be made for one month in the
Montana Post, of the following summons:
Territory of Montann, Madison County, ss:
. John A. Pollock, Plaintiff, vs. William IIoux and
James linux, deferdants.-In Dist ict Court.
To the DefPndant :--ir:--You are hereby sum
nmoned and required to appear and answer the com
pl tint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action,
whic'h was filed with m: as tierk of said court, on_
the niinth day of November, 1864, at my office in
Virginia City, in said county and Territory, within
tw.uty di.ys from the date of the service hereof
upon you, exclusive of the day of such servic?;
and if you faii to answer said complaint, as herein
required, the said plaintiff will take jhdgment
against you for the sum of seven hundred and twen
ty($720,) dollars andico ts. This action is brought
Witness my hand end seal of said Court hereunto
ifixed, this ninth day of November, 1864.
18-.1me BOBRI'' N. HILL, Clerk.
In the Prob. te Court of Madison
James Mahan plaintiff, against James H. Harper
and George M. Ilynson, defendansot
NOTICE is hereby given to all whom it may con
cern, that according to the provisions of the
Act of the 23d day of January, A. D. 1864, pro
viding forthe filing of Mechanic Lsns, I have
filed a lion on the building of the above defendants,
in Virginia Ciy. and that all persons holding or
claiming liens fmder the provisions of this Act, on
the said premises, shahl appn.r at the next term of
the Prate Court, to beheld ma the fourth -Mon
day of January, A. D., LSII. ad-d When sad thee
exhibit the proof of their said liens.
J- , AMES MAHAN, Plaintiff.
~iargila. Decembf" 24th, 1864 .. 1--3t
. hobate Netlle.o
In the Probate Court in the County of Mdia sa, i
the warttgrBfI a Ftfe Cb les 'H 6*rat,;
.O, Iaimessim 4 yW , to.acrs, the will of ahid
1 Charles P. Stewart deceased, having be' fled
t e'Atid co b t 4 bdm. p.il. t AGA o gf rn .Sit
Executor 9l.BS' NIh.8lit' h the same
Netise i hWrby #I"!a, tht kie psrdo Lu msap
of said Will wWftLiS Is & * e MouaI:il
jaoe, ProbeS'; J. e ue adlty. ats eWS: sne
in V 'kgioitCl Cltý, iteb 4th day of J ya.n7 e#t,
at 10 pr'cIs a. m. 1&. :t. fiA-AIA,2 a
Decenmber 13th, 184. -it
comts wavsLy sne m as rrMAN ar."
The lour muarkt remai in .tat: qno.
cp ad ýt m.on demad with 11riaed ae.o
We quB a fatherIad aduS~;JZ frs ad
k cans, and 5 cents for small.
ue advanced t4 canta and ram.
Bamt vaery sCare and Aim at au a7vinm, of 25
quotations do not cover lots held out of the mar
ket. We note father advance in Star Candles of 5
cents per pound.
The majorit7 of the trains pow over-due loaded
with flour and other staples have corrated end are
in winter quarters in the vieinity of Snake River.
We cannot expect them to arrive here before the
latter part of Febary. Staples will continue to
advance until new stocks are thrown upon the mar.
We quote to-day as follow :
Flour-St. Louis.... - ,8 $ 0
S---States $28 0
" -Salt Lake ·...................... 26 00
Corn Meal.. "25 00
BonMeal............................. 2 00
Lard --.--...... ...................... 554 61
Has c ..................... 65 6
Hamssc s. 86
Beef, corned, in. 6760
Pork Prime Mesa....
e A n, .... ' ...................
Sugar N. .*. . ...................... 7t
S Powdered ......... ...............
Mola.ses S H er 10 gal keg ............. 70
Belche'rs Golden Syrup, perl10 all lg 65 00
Tea Imperial......... .... ... 25
Yoeng Hysoa.................. 2 25
Californa NaturalLef............. 2 50
Coffee R16 .... .. .65@70
C J a v a . . . a a.
Dried Apples....................... 371
Dried Peaches Stats-a....*- ... 6
" " New Salt Lake..10..
Dried Currants, Cherries, Black Berrie,
and Rasp Berries........ .....0
Cheese Hamburg.......... ...... 70
" Western Reserve... r " ....6..
English Diary-.... ....- -. .p 70
Butter States . .....ou . .. ............ 125
St. Loui pac ....... ...... 150
Salt Lake.** ...
" R anche. .....................125 '140g
Beans, navy.................. 30
Chili ........ ....... 35
Potatoes, ..... . ................... 35
.. . .............................. I3® 20
O n ats, ........... ................ 13@0
Barley......... ................. 16
Onions, ............ :.......... . 17
Turnips, ............................. 0
Beets ..... ....................... 08
Candles, Star........................ or 7
" Tallow.... .... .... ........ 45x:50
Salaeratus, and Soda................. 45
Poap Palm St. Louis................ 3o
" . S. Joe... 30
Naila. per ket................. .42 50(,47 50
Can'd fruits .................. .24 00(27 00o
Can'd Oysters.................... 23 00i27 00
Coal Oil, per gal.......... ........9 00(10 00
Linseed Oil............... 10 00
Crckers, Sod ......... 50
Tobacco. Lewis & Bro. natural leaf,...... 1 75
No. L, Plug............. 1 50
Lower grades rates front ................0l 35
Pepper grain.......................... 90
S ground ...... .................. 75
Rice... .. .... 40
Raisins, er b x............. ............. 1 00
ROCKFELLOW & DENNER.
No. 5. Jackson street. Virginia City.
RlrPOaWRD ST ALEZNe AND MaILLARD,. 3ANKEII.
VIRGINIA CITY, Dec. 17, 1164.
Exchange on N. T., soling for T. N. at 3 per
Evchange on N. Y., selling for coin at 5 per
Treasury Note, buying at 50 cts., for dust.
" " relling at 60 cts., for dust.
Gold Dust, buying at $30 09 per ounce in T. N.
GoldDust. buying at $14 00 to $15 O0 for coin.
Coin buying at 10 per cant. premium in dust.
Hugh Glenn. J. Marlow.
Wallace Street, Virginma City.
Meals at all hours. Oysters and every luxury the
market affords. The bar is supplied with the b.bt
of liquors and cigars.
Planetary Diseases Treated,
Phremological Charts Gives
and Acroetirc Written by
Opposite the Elk Horn Corral.
M O.NTANA BILLIARIID IALL,
Visiinia City, aontana Terrtory. abelsire
& Poznanski, Proprietors.3 1--6
T IE BOWLING SALOON, situated on Wallace
Street, will be sold CIIEAP' for ea:h. Building
90 feet in length, suitable for a business room.
Alleys and fixtures will be sold separate if desired.
For particulars call at the preuuses, one door above
Creighton's Block. tf-17
Dissolution .'otice .
TIIE CO PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing be
tween Reed & Stone, has this day been dusolv
ed by mutual consent. All debts due the firm must
be paid to L. ,M. Stone, and all persons holding
claims against the firm will please present their ac
counts to L. M. Stone for settlement.
C. B. REED,
L. M. STONE.
Summit City, Dec. 5, 1654. 4t--17
R)RUNDt'S MILL, on 8tinkwºeter is prepared
B now to saw bills of Lumber of any size at short
Their lumber yard in Virginia City, is is the
Warsaw Corrn, on Idaho street, where they con
stantly keep the best article of all kinds of lumbar
at reasonable rates. Also a good assortment of
sash and lath constantly kept on hand.
DEEZ LODGE AND SILVER BOW
T HE UNDERSIGNED have started a regula
weekly expres between Virginia City, and the
above namdl plaees, by way of Big Hole Crotming.
They will carry lett.rs and packages with fdelity
Leave Virginia every Iaturday.
Expres matter left at the " Montana Pots " of
ffce or Roekfellow and Duanee's Store. -
!)tOP. DI BDAL, B1E TO INFORM THE
public that beh aopened da SCHOOL n Idaho
reet, behind Mr. Lomax's torral. Having been
long and aucce.ialIy itd id taitiao, h. fi
nure that the frised of Education will support
him in his a te Leta.MIh really god sadi.il
in Virginia City. ALL thbaoisebheai .de is the
carridle1m of i.ebast lellabili will 4 talbt' n
the sinPt qpgiFgUYtatem W.
A ntigt hedoel wil be neat mdgrb foer
tbhee wh vo" l i~ their attedae
during the d.y The 1 teatlon waim h
4--ti " o
'or the Poet.
D.-W; TILTON & Co.,
ITY BOOK TOOBE,
Wallace Street, nad
P. O. NEWS DEPOT,
JackIeoa t.. Vlrgýtsal >. T.
Keep constantly on head the beat aeertment of
Et*., Ete., 3te.
Also, reeelve rr Mail and lEpree. the latest
Lastern and West
AND ALL NEW PUBLICATIONS.
They have also, in eonseetion with the above, a
Job Printsing Estarbltshment
Where all kinds of Job Work, sueh as
Posters, Cards, Bill Heads, Mining Certiti
cates, and all kinds of Blank Work,
will be exasuted with
NEATNE3l AND DISPATCO.
GIVE THEM A CALL. 11-t
DANCE & Srj AR
Wallsee Street, Viratmia City, M, T.
SADDLFS, BRIDLES, BOOTS,
SHOES, HARDWARE, SHOE FINDINGS
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, NOTIONS
and General Merchandise.
STAPLE < FANCY
T. E. TOOTLE. St. Joseph, Missouri.
R. LEACH, Denver, Colorado.
J. R. BOYCE, C
R. L. MOODIE, Virginia Cty.
TOOTLE, LEACH & CO.
HAVE NOW OPENED IN THEIR NEW STORE
AV House on Idaho street, four doors above the
corner of Idaho and Jacksao seets, at the sipg of
the BIG 7 the best assortel stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
ever offered in Montana Territory, embracing every
article usually kept in a first class Dry Goods house
-East or West, which they will sell at prices as low
as the market.
'PIPES, SNUFF, &C.
. .1. JKRENDIJNGUE b Ce.,
D.ESPEC'rF'LLY calls the attention of all
I pmone buyingany of the aborvetielets to the
dssirable stock of g.e eew in store:
.ewiang T'beec.--The Inset and beat as
sorted stock of Plan and Fine Out
Tobacco ever oferd an tlqia Territory.
'SiMau -Scotch and Germnn.
CIGABRS CIGARB S t CIGARS!!
A, well sedct.ptocktre which ~po ..ne da be
Plee--Glenine* Meerwebaum, Cotta 'Percha,
Briar Root, ai kinds of Wooden, FaPoy
Mos Fite wo. ad 0g i.eu.
A4l a asity of bea oiiode,
at..J eNAsbLi om , :a (N.,
ealalewss three does below KiskeMtsm's loo!
JIo.ek. - 3-I,
TOOTLE, LEACH & 00,,
Ana mIm.n . * Ast St.sk ed
DREBSS OOD, ALSI HOUSKP.LR'S B0036
of aeet w7y descuiIti.a to be fkto n to
tyD AND MINU's BLANxxII
; RLIACHED AND BROWN MUsLIn,
CRAsH, HOOF AND BALMORAL SKIRT;
COTUING, BOOTS AJD SBOSS,
tVl FULEDe rSar,
ANADA UNT CLOTI,
NI S Vrm.JIANM
Call sad see them at the gp of the BIG 7, on
Idaho Stret. 5--dt
A. J. OLIVER & Co's.,
To Bannack, continues to run tri-weekly, be
tween Virginia and Bannack cities. With fast
stock, comfortable coaches and careful drivers, we
solicit a continnance of the public patronage.
Virginia, Nov. 26, 1864. A. J. OLIVER& CO.
; . . . . . . . . . . . .
BRASS AND QUADRILLE BAND.
. Are now prepared to furnish Music for
PROCESSIONS, PARTIES, DANCES,
or in fact for any occasion when a4oed Brass Band
or Orchetra may be employed.
Headouarters on Cover, below Jackson Street.
DavY SmITr, D. W. C. WAUGH,
O NE-HALF OF ONE OF THE BEST BUSI
neas houses is towrn. Inquire at the City
JOHN A. NELSON.
H AS (A- HAND A CHOICE LOT OF OLB RYE
Whiskey which makes up splendidly in Hot
Drinks. He respectfully requests the public to
give him a call and examine has stock on Wallace
street,opposite California Exehange.
W E HAVE IN OUR LUMBER YARDON THE
corner of Idado and Broadway streets, Vir
ginia City a complete asortment of WHITE PINE,
and other lumber, and can supply cuetomeraon
the shortest notice. Orders may be left at the Lum
ber Yard and will be promptly filled. We have the
only mill in the Territory which runs winter and
rummer, and can fill orders at all seasons.
4-tf THOMPSON A CO.
Iw. H. K.STO.R, A Co).,
Wa!lace Street, Virginia City,
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Blankets, Hats and Caps, etc.
Kept constantly on hand. 10-3m
Wallace Street, Virgiia t'rty, Three
Aders above Allen & Millarjw4
THE UNDERSIGNED has now completed his
large and commodious building, first floor 96 x
18, second floor 18 x 32, and is now prepared to mc
commodate all who will give him a call. The table
will be furnished with as good as the market affords,
and the prices to suit the times.
Meals Served upat allHotrs.
H. C. CROWELL, Proprietor.
10,000 Ms. OATS,
6,000 ibs. BARLEY,
10,000 lbs. ONIONs,
8,000 Ibs. DRIED APPLES.
100 Reams Wrapping Paper.
10 Kegls elcher's Oel ea Syrup.
500 Gallons Sorghum Molasses,
20 Barrels ie Rye and Beonrbon Whiskey.
12 Cases Rubber Bootsl
20 Cases Plantation and Hostetter's Bitters.
RO ItELLOW A DENNEE,
No. 5, Jackson Street, Virginia City, M. T.
1f00TLE, LEACH A CO., WIAVE RIMOVED
I from their forms stead on Jackson street to
their New Honse on Idaho stret, four deoaebovo
the corer of Jackson ad Idaho s 7ren, , fg
lesd de, and woa be bpeded pt set ther aIreds
ept. , 4. 1-4f
OCUID AL UILLtAt D MAI. '
£OUPELLW Ab P ,U. Br' .:.I
Jaesmen Stre..f, 1irga. a. •Pc .,
tIohr frto.it l.a tdvTC..s. Ttr-o
00T &d t
STILL ANOTSHR ARIVlAL of G00DS
sa tnt bet mett t er Omlam Made
Bots ad ~ se ever . k t'o t Te Territory,
tempdidug o r wee $ov
IROUISB CAP DOOT4
LIGUT amel =Ar LP DOOTr,
NAdL, saGd UNNAW...DAVALY 5T011,
.60M IH BOTTOM 300111
EUWD a"d PIOGED CALTr 300n,
asgle sa Doble Soles,
OPSA B00To, OALlJ MOSS
t my yauleties.
OENT8 FIN bSZWED CLOTIH CALI GAITi 8.
Also a larg emortmt of
LADLE8 INGLISH LASTINO,
KID, CALF, and
sH1O, and BALMOUALs.
MISSES' BOYS' mnd CUILD EN'S
BOUTS, BHOUS and BALMORAIL.
We also bae a lare Stoek of
BUFF.@LO I~ r*MOES.
And a full Sutpply of
HAYWARD'S DOUBLE AND SIN.
GLE- SOLE RUBBER BOOTS.
Making the Boot and Shoeuba.inm both in the
IManufactur and Sale oar en»re and legtimtite
oceupation, we are congdest of still giving the
fullest ntiEaction to oar numurems castomes.
N. B.-We WARRANT all our
.tereo at VIrlamIt and Nevi ia Ctleoo.
Yirginiaatr, x. T. Nov. 28, 1tS
Jackson Street, above RepS Oface, Virgina City,
H. P. DOWNS. Pacumron,
BOARD e1s PER W~EK.
The Table supplied with the best the m.rket af
fords. The Saloonis lfanshm e wih the best of
LJquowss nd Ogs. 5-.
N OTICE is hereby given that letters of admianl
tration on the estate of Michael Coslellow
decamed, were granted to the andersigndd oathe
28th day of Noerember, A. D., 1864. by the ;edge
of the PrsbateCourt of Madison county, Mowu-as
Ali perron havring claims against said estate are
required to present them to the mndesigued at his
place of busines, in Virginia City, in said comut',
with the necessary vouches within ten mona ..
after the first publication of this notice or they
will be forever barred and priclnded from any ben
efit of said Estate. W. A. NORTON,
15--4t Administrator of M. Costeiow, De
he Attentlem of the Puabic is -re
quested t. t the EfIlewlarg Neel
ERSONS engaged in any trade, bsinss, occupa
tion or profession as required by theprovieiensof
the Internal Revenue Act of 1864,to regster with the
Assistant Assessmor of the Districe in which they
reside. "1st, his or their name or style, and in cas
of a firm or company, the names of the several per
sons constituting such irm or co mpa y, and tleir
places of residence; 2nd, the trade business or
fesion for which a license is desired; 3d, the pla*,
where such trade, business or profession is to be
carried on;" in order that they mns obtain license
to prosecute the same.
P,,ons failing to comply with the provisiens of
this Act make themselves subject to sheavy penaty.
Licases will be granted to. date f ro the Irst day
of the month in which notise is given.
Assistant Asseor Internal Lervaes, lt Dir.,M. T.
November 23d, 1864. 14-tt
Jackson Street, Virginia City, X. 1.
&es to isnoria the paihiie that h.a s on hand an
uaited stock of the Bst Liunor', Cipars c, A.
Saloon is adorned with the b:et so of S iORTDI1
PItTtMRL, west of Now YIt.
Psira!e Listons ifat Rintg.ad Sparrnng
Qunce a Week.
ASSISTA~iNT Asslror no I~kturt a1. iuir 10
Pivriaio, District of Yostau. s. -atb·.
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Yad, on Idaho Shs, Virgini. City.
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