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PEN AfND SCINSORS.
The Daily Lpoitor is the name of a
Democratic pe r which made its ap
pearance in Sacramento on Tuesday last.
It is edited and published by C. D. Sem
ple.... Horace Hawes has announced
himselfas an independent candidate for
Senator in the San Meteo and San Fran
cisco District .... The aggregate wheat
crop of California last year was 12,000,
000 of bushels, or 720,000,000 pounds, of
which over one half was exported in the
grain or in flour .. ..The Napa Regi*ter
tays that place seems to be a sort of
thieves' paradise. They throng thither
from all parts of the State, and just-at
this time seem to have mustered in full
force in "Spanish town.". ...We are
informed, says the Downieville Advocate
of July 20, that a short time ago a gang
of Chinamen found a nugget of gold,
near Kanaka Flat, which weighed forty
five pounds. The fact was not disclosed
until after the Celestials were on their
way to the Flowery Kingdom.... We
learn, says the Mariposa Gazette of July
20, that John F. Dorn was instantly
killed on Friday last, on the Merced, by
the caving of a tunnel in which he was
working. ... Five or six miles from Mon
itor, Alpine county, in a northerly direc
tion, is a large ledge of what carpenters
pronounce a superior article of white
chalk.... A dispatch dated Grass Valley,
June 17, says: A man named Thomas
Farrell, in the employ of Huffaker, on
Bear River, while driving a six mule
team, was thrown from the mule he was
riding and two wheels of the wagon,
which was heavily loaded, ran over his
body, killing him instantly-During the
last two months seven ships, with 2,720
Chinese passengers, have arrived at San
Francisco... .One half of the U. S. Grant
mine, at Meadow Lake, has been sold for
$32,000 .... A party connected with the
Geological Survey of California have
been taking the altitude and position of
the high points in the vicinity of Aurora.
The altitude of Aurora has been taken
three times, and each differing. The
highest gave it as over 7.400 teet. This
nginest gave it as over 7,4UU teet. This
party took it at the postoffice, and report
it at a trifle less than 7,000 feet, which
is doubtless authentic. Crystal Peak,
near Sweetwater, is 10,350 feet high.
Mount Cora is 9,300 feet above the sea.
A point a little beyond it is 9,750 feet
high .... Yesterday morning, says the
San Francisco T.nes of Friday. Colonel
James Miller was found dead in his bed
at the What Cheer House. The Coroner
was notified and performed an autopsy
on the body, resulting in the discovery
that the cause of death was apoplexy.
Deceased was a native of Scotland, 25
years of age, and was lately Colonel of
the Fifty-sixth Illinois Volunteer Corps.
....A lecturer in the East, speaking of
the wonderful vegetation in the Golden
State, says " so vast is the scale on which
things grow out there, that a single tree
will furnish five thousand cords of wood,
making a solid pile four feet high, four
feet wide and eight miles in length !"...
The number of names entered on the
Great Register, in San Francisco, up to
Jaly 1st, was 16,550. The naturalized
citizens number 7,109. Ireland is repre
sented by the largest number on the Re
gistor, 3,679.... A. A. W. Jamieson, says
the Alta, holder of the champion cue of
California, has accepted the challenge of
Edward Morris, a new comer to Califor
nia, to possess himself of it. The match
is for $500 a side, and to be played with
in thirty days from July 17th, inst., 1,500
points, caroms, on a regulation carom
table, crotchets barred, with 24 inch
The interprise says : 8. M. Johnson,
Esq., an old resident and respected citi
sen ot Gold Hill, died July 18.... Major
O'Keefe, of Sacramento, and Mr. Cliford,
of Washoe,better known as the " Spider,"
have concluded articles to jump two
matches, in Vipinia, on the 18th of
August. The fhst match is for 50 a
side, two jamps; the second one is for
500 a side, three jumps A forfeit of
$100 is already staked .... An attempt
to burn Piper's Opera House was made
on the night of July 17th. It was speed
ily extingulshed.... We understand that
the Creseus Company, whose claim is on
the Divide, are about to resume work.
A mesting o..the Otockholdme has beem
allbd for the 27th $ls ., when the mode
qfd gp-hto work, ets., will be decided
up.s. ..The mame of July 30th says :
The ftqnel of 8. M. Johnson, of Gold
Hill, yesterday, was largely attended.
Many from this city were present....
The following is a statement of the
amount of Inlilion shipped or received
for assay during the past week : From
the offce of Wells, Fargo & Co., in this
city, there were shipped 2.821 pounds of
assayed bullion, valued at $76,452 25;
from their office in Gold Hill, 3.381
pounds, valued at $101,274 97. The
amount of crude bullion received for
melting and assay was 124,486 ounces.
... .J. J. Foster, says the Austin Reeille,
of July 18th,a member of the Austin bar
and at one time a lawyer of prominence
on this coast, who was attacked by the
small pox a few days ago, died at nine
o'clock last evening, and was buried at
half-past three o'clock in the morning.
....The Nevada Transcript says: "Eu
gene Tucker, the young man who shot
and killed Celina Boulet a few evenlngs
since in San Francisco, proves to be a
Nevada boy, as we learn from the Ga
zette. lie is the son of Jere Tucker, who
formerly lived in Nevada ....Jno. Burke
was killed and two others seriously in
jured by the falling of the timbers in
the Chollar-Potosi, on July 20... .They
have ripe California peaches in Virginia
City .. ..The Enterprise of July 10 says :
The business of sluicing tailings for sul
phurets has grown to be of great impor
tance to the country. There are already
several miles of sluices for sulphuret
saving in Storey and Lyon counties and
still more being constructed. Within
the limits of the city, below the Central
Mills, nearly .3,000 feet of sluices have 4
been put up during the past month. All i
these sluices are doing well, the lower
ones catching about the same quantity
of sulphurets as those above them....
The R. R. Reveille boasts of ice a quarter I
of an inch thick on Reese River on the !
night of the 17th. i
The Telegraph of July 25th says: We e
are indebted to A. C. Bassett, Esq., for I
the following: The body of Tony Scholl, i
one of the missing miners from near the v
South Pass mines, was found yesterday o
evening and buried. He had been scalp- b
ed. Sixteen Indians made a dash yes- 1
terday upon Laclede station and ran off f
sixty head of cattle of a train belonging p
to Wells, Fargo & Co. Nailor Thomp- p
son, who is in charge of the train, with r,
four others, gave chase, recaptured the P
stock and ran the Indians seven miles.
It is feared Jo. James and another pack- n
er, who passed the Point of Rocks yes- a
terday, are killed, as nothing has been J
heard from them. ....The I'tdette of the II
26th says: It is rumored that onme h
prospectors, who ventured over the di- ci
vide into the Wind river valley, in search ti
of lost animals, a day or two before the ri
attack, came suddenly upon a large band g,
of fine horses and mules, about 2.000 in c<
number, when they suddenly took the P
back track. The Indians won't hold N
that valley much longer. The miners ti
are bound to go in there and stay, if they bi
want to; and they will do it, too.... .The t!
Telegraph says: Theodore F. Tracy, t
Esq., Agent of Wells, Fargo & Co., in 6:
this city, has courteously handed us for ti
Publication the following: it
" Laclede, July 21. di
" Big Pond station is burnt. One hun- w
dred and fifty Indians were at this place di
last night. (lEO. INOMAN.
"Sulphur, July 23.-Indians took ten 0
head of stock from Rock Point and ran dl
ten men and a coach from Big Pond to h
Dugway. One Indian was killed. In- y'
"3., s.. . ... C,, J £ et
we will have much trouble with them.
"O Go. INOMAN, Division Agent.
" Laclede, July 23.-There are at least
one hundred Indians around here, burn
ing and killing. Mr. P. T. Brown, of
the engineer party U. P. R. R., was kill
ed twenty miles north of here. Please
give me permission to take horses and
go after them. I think we can drive
them out of the country.
"" J. N. TIOMPPsoN."
A. C. Bassett, Esq., of the Western
Union Telegraph Company, tells us that
the Mr. Brown mentioned in the Laclede
dispatch was wounded about 20 miles
north of, and brought into, Laclede,
where he died yesterday morning at 10
o'clock.... Brigham Willard Kimball,
son of President H. C. Kimball, died on
the 25th inst., on Pole creek, about 75
miles this side of Julesburg.... The Ve
dette reports some of the expressions
used by Heber C. Kimball in the Taber
nacle, Sunday, July 28. It would com
pare favorably, for obscenity, with
Young's sermon of September, '61.... A
train owner and one of his teamsters dis
puted about $2.50 in Salt Lake, on July
30. The dispute was ended by the pro
prietor stabbing the teamster, who died
instantly .... The Vedette has informa
tion of parties en route from Nevada,
Idaho. Montana and California, bound
for the Green river mines.
We take the following from the Lewis
ton Journal of July 4th: The Council
Swith the Nez Perce Indians was con
cluded June 26th. The sum of many
days' "talk" seems to be promises of
good behavior and honesty on both sides
. We extract from the World of the
24th as follows: J. D. Cozad was sen
tenced to imprisonment at hard labor
one year for assault with deadly weapon
and Meyher Frank two years for grand
larceny. Ed. Stock was found guilty of
murder in the first degree, for the kill
ing of Michael Claughesy on May 15th,
1867 .... .am Raney and R. C. Leighton,
tried for passing bogus dust, were ac
quitted. John Finnegan was found
guilty for the same offense. .. We learn
from the AalaneAe that the Oro Fino &
Morning Star Company propose to in
crease their capital stock to 500,000,
and buy out th tenants in common
with them in tlM mines. The Aea.
laniAe also says the ore now coming
out of the Oro Fino is richer than at any
previous time this season .... An editor
ial correspondence from Warren's Camp
reports favorably of minig affairs there.
The hill claims of Sanderson & Bemis
ielded $5,00 In four weeks with the
lor of fi men. Others are doing as
well, and the high water had prevented
mining In the stream. More men there
than one year ago.... At Floreee, the
mines on the tribtaries of Summit Flat
were paying largely. They will pro
duce more gold this yar thau say one
sines 188..... Quite a number of quarts
prospeOtorl are in the northern digging
A qusts mill Is to be bailt at Warren's
the stsek for which has been sauaribei d
Some arausras are sa work in hbe ricin
ty with-pro&t....The Idaho Weiod in
roris as that new mines has been dis
overed between' Leesburg sad Warren's
a)igging, and that many were reshing
to the new discoveries.
to the new discoveries. I
From the State Items of the Or.egian:
During the month of June the Salem i
flouring mill shipped 8,185 barrelsflour. t
.... A colege is oon to be establshed s
at Philomath, Benton county, under the b
control of the Church of the United e
Brethren... .Mr. E. N. Cooke, of Salem, ii
has raised mulberries this year, probably n
among the first ever grown in the State. b
...A man by the name of Cook was C
killed on Coos river, June 29th, while -
engaged in felling timber..The Abany I
Journal has hoisted the names of S8eaker S
Colfax for President and 4G. H. W\iliams u
-or Vice President. The &cntime still e
tticks to General Grant, but nauns no J
ne for Vice President..Capt. Sprigue's C
ompanv, the last of the 1st Oregcn In- S
Fantry. arrived in Jacksonville nn Sat- C
arday, from Fort Klamath, and will be C
nustered out of service at once....T. J
l. Farrell, of Canyonville. has stud Sol. 81
abrahain and George IHaynes for elan- *
ler, fixing the damages at $60.(00....
'he Jacksonville &.,tirel of the 29th
it. says: As near as we can learn, over
i,000 cattle have passed through the
-alley for California and Nevada this j
pring .... Another lump of gold has
een picked up in Jackson county which "
s large enough to awaken some of the
)uried recollections of '49ers. It weighs
46 ounces ... .Governor Woods has ac- S
epted the Yaquina Bay Wagon Road,
ays the Record. He says of it that it is r
he beet mountain road he ever saw....
lovernor Woods has accepted an invi- a
ation to stump the State of California
n behalf of the Union State and Con
ressional tickets. The invitation cames
rom a large number of the most prom
aent Union men of that State .... A let
er from Canyon City to the Mountaineer
ays: We expect to have our quartz
ill up and in running order before the
iddle of next month, on Elk creek, at
rhen Grant county will show to the hu
utside world that she is as rich in gold f
earing quartz as "any other man."
he 1. X. L. Co., at Prairie Diggings,
ur miles from here, also contemplate,
utting up a mill this season. Their -
rospects are very flattering for large
9turns.... The &ntirnld requests the
apers to publish an inquiry as to the (
'hereabouts of Harvey B. Oatman, for
-" - -ý ý - ý - - . . ,
mercy or Jacason county. It Bays: " tie
was last heard from at Walla Walla,
June 1st, 1866, and was then en route to
Helena, Montana. Any information of
his whereabouts, it living, or the cir
cumstances of his death, if dead, will be
thankfully received by his brother, Har
rison B. Oatman. at Jacksonville, Ore
gon."....The Pioneer Oil Company, in
corporated last winter, C. M. Cartwright,
President, have commenced work on
Mill Creek, near the old Parsonage, says
the Record. and expect to have their
buildings completed by the 1st of Sep
tember. The company expect to be
making oil before the month of Septem
ber is passed away ... .The Oregon &~n
tinel of July 6 speaks of huge bones hav
ing been found near Jacksonville. It
describes a tusk eleven feet long, which
was much decayed. There are no more
definite particulars. The editor says:
" This is the third locality in Southern
Oregon in which the bones of these ante
dlluvian monsters have been found, some
having been dug out at Sterling a few
years since, in an excellent state of pres
ervation, and these discoveries show that
this would be an interesting and profita
ble field for scientific research....The
Oregon City Woolen Mills Company
have stopped their mill for the season,
on account of the dearth of the market,
caused by surplus home stock and impor
tations from the East.... An 8-stamp
quartz mill is being made in Portland,
for a Mr. Path, of Canyon City....A dis
patch, dated Jacksonville, Oregon, July
13, says: Yesterday morning the body
of a woman Mullan was found in a
shocking state of decomposition in the
house of Charles Mulford, with whom
she had been cohabitating, about eight
miles from here. She must have been
dead several days, and Mulford, who was
found nearly naked and partially de
ranged, could give no account of her
death. She was formerly a school teacher
ia the valley, but lately has been very
intemperate.... A contract has been let
to construct 150 miles of railroad in Or
egon, commencing at Portland, thence
through Oregon City. French Prairie,
Salem, Albany, Corvallis and Eugene
City. The price to be paid is $*5,000 per
mile, including rolling stock. Mr. Elliot,
the civil engineer, who surveyed the
road from Marysville to Portland a few
years ago, is a moving spirit in the work.
....Capt. V. E. Molthrop, an old and
esteemed citizen of Oregon, died at his
residence in Portland on the 15th inst.,
aged 65 years.
The Newo says: Prof. . J. Goldrick,
known from the Missouri river to San
Francisco as the spiciest local of the
West, has withdrawn from the Colorado
Time... . A correspondent of the Trans
cript. from some point on Clear Creek,
says the prospects are good for about
two thirds of a crop.while in some places
the grain will yield as largely as last
year... .The Nes. says: Bebee's mill
is running ores from the Indian Jack,
and Potoei lodes, with good results....
The bed-rock has been struck in the
gulch where Mers Cobb, Clough, Fry,
and Hopkins are mining, and a fine
clean up will soon be made .... .Mers.
Cobb, Fry & Co., are building a fourteen
stamp mill to run on quartz from the
Potosi lode .... The skeleton of a man
has been found near Chicago Lake, sup
posed to be the remains of Dr. Nash,who
mysteriously disappeared two years ago.
... .The fare from Denver to Chicago,
by coach and railroad, is $110.... The
egi.er says: For the month of June,
1867, theme were taken from the Sen
senderfer Company's mill, on Clear
Creek--ei stamps-six hundred and
thirty ounces, wihosecurrecy value was
$14,00. The curreat expeases to ob
tain this reslt, as shown by the Com
pany's bookswas $,00, which ineludes
mainlg mUlig and ineidentals... .... The
Times says o resent runs mad
frem the "Cyot" lod.e Trail Ran, we
-famids d with meslts a hllow s:
trm thtyelght feet of orsesem
omaes sad alas dws. of gold, o at the
ate o about $1,000 per cord. Secotd
rua, # cord, flSften onaces, three dwts.
and ten graiss, Third run. from three
fourth cord,twenty ounces. Those results
are suggestive of a rich lode as well as a
good milling.. DIr.Holland,of Clear Creek
is operating a six stamp mill, and under
his uwn personal management succeeds
in getting good resuenits. .. .The Colorado
gold ores are to be attacked by the
Weishmen. A large lotof these difficult
sluphuretted ores have been taken out
to Wales and there reduced with such
success that capital has been raised to
bring out Welsh smelters and put up
extensive works on the suceesaful plan
in Colorado... .The following are the
nominations on the Union ticket, made
by the Convention in Denver, July 20:
Councilmen,Charles A.Cook,Anmos Steck;
Representatives, C. H. McLaughlin, J. E.
Wurtzebach, B. B. Stiles, J. F. Gardner;
Sheriff, Richard Sopris; County Treas.
urer, Clarence J. Clarke; Clerk acid Ro
corder, W. D. Anthony; Probate Judge,
Jacob Downing; School Superintendent.
0. O. Kent; County Assessor, Allen B.
Sopris; County Coroner. R. L. lnt ten;
County surveyor, Redwood Fisher;
County Commissioner, J. M. `Wilson;
Justice of the Peace, J. S. Taylor; (on
stable, W. J. Benton.
DU3 LNFS8 CrtIýD -
Woolfolk, Pemberton & Toole
ATTORNEYS at Law, Helena, Montana,
No. 21 Bridge Street, up stairs. Practice
in all the Courts. dl*
L. WV. FRARY,
SURGICAL and MECHANICAL
T WO doors east of the Post office. Virginia C'ity
M. T. Single and comlete se:ts of teeth in
aerted in the best style known to the profession.
All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
Wilbur F. Saxnders,
ATTORNEY at Law, opposite P'lauters' II,,ose,
Idaho street. 140
JOHN G. VETTER,
B OOT AND SHOEMAKER, No. 3. Jackson
street, Virginia City, Montana. Particular
attention paid to the manufacture of Gents' fine
bhoots. Keeps constantly on hand a large stock of
French calf-skins ; also, kip and sole leather. All
(of the finest quality. 132'
A N immense variety of Blank Books and Memo.
_L randums just received at the City Book 8tre
GUN-DEALER. opposite Gurney & Co.'s. Wal
lace street, Virgiuia City. Repairing neatly
James N. WVilliams,
FASHIONABLE Hait Dressing and Shaving
Saloon. Bridge street, Helena, Montana Terri
Hdelna, - .- - Montana Territory,
G. JULES GERMAIN, Proprietor. 133
ClAME to my ranch on or about the 5th day of c
~J May, 1I-7, one brown mare, about 7 years old; ij
stripe on face: one white hind lJe and one white fore
f-oot The owner can have the horse by prcving t
property and paying charges. t
SUAI1LRtlr RIVEt S. d
Silver Bow Ranch, July 24, 18ti7. 153-154" li
A LL persons knowing themselves indebted to
the firm of Fish & Toinbee are hereby notified ,
that the same must be settled before the 25th day
of August, or the account will be Ilaced in the
hands of the proper oficer for collection.
Sterling, Jul) 27, 167. 153-136
A LL persons indebted to the undersigned will
find it greatly to their advantage to pay the
same within ten days from this date. Settlements C
can be made with L. Michner & Co., at the Denver .
Meat Market. ALEX. METZEL.
Nevada City, July 27, 167. 153.155
SN the sight of the 12th inst., from the head of J
-J Taylor ' Creek. lesverhead county, M. T., a
mouse colored mare mule. medium size, 6 years
o.d. The mule was traced to Salmon City, Idaho.
A reward of 25 will be paid upon the return of the
mule, and $50 for the apprehension of the thief a
GEORGE OfR ti
Argent. , July 24, 1867. 153 O
TAKEN UP. at Combs & Co.'s ranch, on. bhay t
mare mule, fifteen hands high and about eight p
years old. ihe owner can have the same by pay
ing for this advertisement. 153 156'
eor County Clerk and Recorder of "
S. IL JOHNSTON, subject to the nomination of
the Republican County Convention. 153-158
S chick will confer a favor and also be liberally
rewarded by addressing
154-157 VOLENY SCHICK, Helena, N. T.
Walla Walla Restaurant,
aDALT asanct "INctGZE,
Main St., Helena.
JO5. APPOLONIO, Preprieter.
T H best the Market affords and the sea
son furnishes, dished up to guests at
ALL HOURS during day or nght. dl-tf
A OtENTLEMAN who srafered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decaoy, sad all
the fseets of youthful indiscretion, will, for the
ake of suffering humanity, sed free to all who
need It. the receipt and direotiois for making the
simple remedy by which he was cared. Sufferers
wishlng to prost by theadvertiser's experience,eas
do so by addressing. in perfect condoence.
JOHN B. OGDKEN,
w-143-19Q No. 42 Cedar St. New York.
Notice to Tax-Payers.
TrHE eases Board of Madisea County will meet
at the liounty Clerk's s *ce on the 7th day of
August next, for the porpres of correcting any
errors and heariyg any complaints for wrong asss
By order of the Board of County Commissioner,
A. S. POTTER, Chairman.
Virginia City. M. T., July 22, 1867. 153-154
A. EýCSfFFL.EI, Irop'r.
hf rstsrois my Mobs fr pair pstroaam I
wousld iwpa.. ly nlobm tb. pablk h I keep
o sttly on bead the beet quality of
r nla beteheb is qmultlie t gsit eomrmei
I bate elseutt.d sad .ibratshhd my
Nt ADA SALOON AND BAK T,
Wbhm ega always be had the bad quelty of3. 1o
an="& Lqoeiw, ·wI Q ~ ist` RF U
mmlrrqfpm.~ @s Rind, Phe~t ew.
wIWUI A. OOUC3IL3. I
SLast Bloat for
C. M. SEAMAN, - - MASTER.
THIS fast and splendid first-class steamer, favors
blv known to all the traveling public, left St
Louis July 3d, for
and will be the last boat returning
To the States this Season !
27' Special attention paid to
ladies and children traveling unat
A. 'iliano on t3oard.
Her speed, light draught and fne accommur.la
tions rctnne,,d the " Only Chance " to all travel
ers t, the States. 1ZJ-w-td
Dr. B. ROBINSON,
Py sicia n anx d fxu rgceona
Miners' Drug Store.
(Opposite King & Gillette's Stone Block,)
Main Street, Helena, M. T.
Office Hours ..............From 9 a. rr,. to 9 p. m,
IN acknowledging past favors, the Doctor invites
= the attention of the Montana public to his ac.
essflul ulde o*,f treating all CIIItONIC and PRI
VATE DISEASES. and their attending conse
quenees-no matterof how long duration. He of
lersz the advantages of hii know ledge and experience
to all who may stand in need of medical aid. This
be does with that confidence which positive knowl
edge alone can give. and with the guarantee that
all whb seek, as those who have sought, will rejoice
in a perfect restoration to health and vigor. In the
Primary Ptages of Syphilis and Goinorrhea, a cure
is guaranteed in a few days, and in the becondary
and Tertiary Stages, which arise from neglect or
improper treatment, he gives assurance of a radica I
cure in as short a time as it can completely and
safely be made.
The Doctor would urge those afflicted with
Gleet and Stricture,
to apply to him at onee, as the earlier they are at
tended to the more easily will a cure be effected.
Cases of Spermatorrhea, Involuntary Discharges
and Impotence are always aggravated by delay.
Affections of the Lung.s.,
Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, whether acute or
chronic, are treated with invariable success; and in
all cases Doctor Robinson guarantees a cure if
within the reach of scientifil treatmeut. Ladies
afflicted with troublesome Vaginal or Uterine dis
charges, falling of the womb, suppression or other
irregularities of menetmation. to which their sex is
peculiarly liable, would do well to consult the doc
tor personally or by letter. I'atients living at a dis
tanre wishing to consult by letter must give a full
description of their symptoms, age and habits of
living, and the neceusary remedies and directions
will be forwarded by mail or expres. carefully
packed and free from observation. All oommuni.
Address B. ROBINSON, M. D.,
P. O. Box 445,
HELENA, M. T.
Or, per any Express Line. 144-16t
WSa wr om .....tr.-ý.ý
W E have now at Virginia City, for sale, a few
S self raking
Elcelsior Reapers ," Mowers,
The cheapest and best machines in the world
Simple in construction, light in draught, easily
djusted to grain or grass, saving two hands more
than any other. These machines have been able to
compete with all others suocessfully.
THEY DO NOT GET OUT OF REPAIR EASILY. h
Are constructed principally of iron and steel, and
hose portions of them which wear out can be du
plicated in the Territory
r Call and get a pamphlet, and see list ofpre
mlums taken and recommendations.
W. F, HA URTLIT, Virginia City
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Virginia City and Helena.
July 13, 1867. 151
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HLKEBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT
Isa certain care for diseases of the
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Drops/,
Organic Weakness, Female Complainte.
and all diseases of the
whether eustting in
Hale or Female,
from whatevereause originating and no matter of
How Long Standing.
Diseases of these organs require the aus of a din
retie. If no treatment is submitted to. Consumption
or Isanity may ensue. Our Flesh and Blood are
supported from these sources, and the
Healh and Happines,
and that of Posterity depend upon prompt mee of a
Helmbold's Extract Buchu,
Established upwards of eighteen years, prepared
H. T. HELMBOLD, Drgglst,
594 Broadway, New York. and 104 South-Tenth
Street, Philadelphia. Pa. ap27-ly-tw&w
C . - DP
THIS Expre1. will leave VirKinia city every
STuesday and rSturday for Sterling, and leave
Sterling for Virginia oity every Monday and Fri
day. Letters and paokages entrusted to as will be
forwarded with oare and dispateh. Oooe at J. M
Knight's store, Virginia City.
Collections mad in lHet Springs distriet and me
ey promptly remitted.
FISH & TOINlBE.
HELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT BUCIIHU gives health
H and vigor to the frame and bloom to the pallid
cheek. Debility is aecompanid by many alarm
ing symptoms, sad if so treatmEbt is submitted to,
onesmptise, ineanity or epileptle to ensue.
Strayed or Stolen.
tRY M the Camp of the Transportaton Tranl
n' near Virginia City, oa the Slth of Jaun, three
(3) Oevernmeut males, branded with a Ive-pointed
star on the left side d the eeok. One is a brown
mare male, sore boalder; one a brows horse male,
both lrge; me a mndleum sisd, asrrel color. A
Ilberal reward will be paid .rs týe arse da these
saimalrs s the i Lph Ooa ral. Vhirgii Cit7.
w&twrtt H . SUMI 8, Q. k. o. M. M.
- IN -
Are now Receiving atnd Open
ing the first instalimente
Mau lI S1tk
OF STAPLE A% ND
CARPETS, QU'I:.N:%w . Itl
Yanee Noti lls!
Boots & Shoes
LADIES' ANI) (ilNIs'
ats and Cs!
Which they offer to the traid, at
great reduction in prices, anl art d.ter
mined to meet the want of the cour.rv
Embraces the largest variety of the ,.,.:
and most fashionable goods ever brouzlt
to Montana, and all bought from tirnt
hands. We can and will
Give us a call before purchasing; and r
amine for yourselves.
Couner Jackson and Idal Strets
I ELMBOLD'S CONCENTRIATED E;XTIlAL?
Is the Great Diuretic.
Helmbold's Concentrated Extract darjaparL.:
Is the Great Blood Purifier.
Both are prepared according to rules c' Pharma
cy and Chemistry, and are the most active that o
On and after June 15th, 1867,I will ,.sL
United States Currency!
for all kinds of merehandise. A Iaborel' d'"a
will be made to
Casih u3-ruye r.e !
desiring to pay La
Gold Dust or Coin
This change will necessitate an advano is th
prices of goods; but I will make it to the adv"a
of all buyers buying in
BANNACK or ARGENTA!
To give , e a call before purchasing eLer
ourreney, gold dust or coin.
JOHN S. ROCKFELLOW'
No. 5 Jackson Street, Virginia, Monts
No. 25 aidn Street, Bannack ¶ onl"
No. 45 Main Street, Argeonta,
SOR NON-RETENTION OR IVNT1N E
Soft Urine, Irritation, iartmmation or Ulo trt
of the bladder, or kidmeys. diseases of the PbS
glands, stone in the bladder, calculI, IV
brick dust dep sad all diseases of the
kidmeys and dpeal swellings,
Usr Mjaasidos Flwaid £s 5are .
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