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THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1867.
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TheDaily ^rp^mtor is the name of a^Democratic p*$fer which made its ap^pearanee in Sacramento on Tuesday last.^It is edited and published byC. D. Sem-^pie... .Horace Hawes has announced^himself as an independent candidate for^Senator in the San Meteo and San Fran^^cisco District. .. .The aggregate wheat^crop of California last vear was 12.000,-^000 of bushel*, or 720,000,000 pounds, of^which over one half was exported in the^grain or in flour. . . .The Napa Register^lays that place seems to be a sort of^thieves' paradise. They throng thither^from all parts ot the State, and just^*t^this time seem to have mustered in full^force in ^Spanish town.^. .. .We are^informed, says the Downieville Advocate^of Jul/ 20, that a short time ago a gang^of Chinamen found a nugget ol gold,^near Kanaka Flat, which weighed torty-^five pounds. The fact was not disclosed^until after the Celestial n 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 ot what carpenters^pronounce a superior article ot white^chalk.... A dispatch dated Grass Valley,^June 17, says: A man named Thomas^Farrell. in the employ of HulFaker, 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^party took it at the poetoffice, 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 0,750 feet^high. .. .Yesterday morning, says the^San Francisco T*'mes 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 ot names entered on the^Great Register, in San Francisco, up to^Jnly 1st, was 1G.550. The naturalized^citizens number 7,109. Ireland is repre^^sented by the largest number on the Re^^gister, 3,679A. W. Jamieson, says
theAlia, 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 2f inch^balls.
Ameeting of the stockholders has been^called for the 27th inst.. when the mode^of going to work, etc, will be decided^upon. . .The same of July 20th says :^The funeral of S. M^. Johnson, of Gold^Hill, yesterday, was largely attended.^Many from this city were present... .^The following is a statement ot the^amount of bullion shipped or received^for aspay during the past week : From^the office 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 llili, 3.3b 1^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 Reveille,^of July 18th, a member of the Auntin bar^and at one timr a lawyer of prominence^on this coast, who was attacked by the^small pox a tew days ago, died st nine^o'clock last evening, and was buried at^half pant throe o'clock in the morning.^... .The Nevada Transcript says : ^Eu^^gene Tucker, the young man who shot^and killed Celina Boulet a few evenings^since in San Francisco, proves to be a^Nevada boy, as we learn from the Ga^^zette, lie is the son ot Jere Tucker, who^formerly lived in Nevada... .Jno. Burke^wan killed and two others seriously in^^jured by the falling of the timbers in
theChollar-Potosi. on July 20They
haveripe California peaches in Virginia^City. . . .The Enterprise of July 10 says :^The business of aluicing tailings for sul-^phurets has grown to be of great impor^tance to the country. There arc already^several miles of sluices for sulphuret^Having in Storey and Lyon counties and^still more being constructed. Within^the limits of the city, below the Central^Mills, nearly H.000 feet of sluices have^been put up during the past month. All^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^ot an inch thick on Reese River on the^night of the 17th.
Aquartz mill is to be built at Warren's^the stock for which has been subscribed.^Some arastras are at work in the vicin^^ity with profit. . . .The Idaho World in^^forms us that new mines has been dis^^covered between Leesburg and Warren's^Diggings, and that many were rushing^to the new discoveries.
TheEnterprise says : S. M. Johnson,^Esq., an old resident and respected citi
zenot Gold Hill, died July 18Major
O'Keefe.of Sacramento, and Mr. Clifford,^of Washoe.better known as the ^ Spider,^^have concluded articles to jump two^matches, in Virginia, on the 18th of^August. The first match is for $250 a^side, two jumps ; the second one is for^$500 a side, three jumps. A forfeit of^$100 is already staked. .. .An attempt^to burn Piper's Opera Honse was made^on the night of July 17th. It was speed^^ily extinguished. ... We understand that^the Crcesus Company, whose claim is on^the Divide are about to resnme work.
TheTelegraph of July 25'.h says:^are indebted to A. C. Bassett, Esq^the following : The body of Tony Scholl^one of the missing miners from near the^South Pass miues, was found yesterday^evening and buried. He had been scalp^ed. Sixteen Indians made a dash yes^^terday upon Laclede station and ran off^sixty head of cattle of a train belonging^to Wells, Fargo ^ Co. Nailor Thomp^^son, who is in charge of the train, with^four others, gave chase, recaptured the^stock and ran the Indians seven miles^It is feared Jo. James and another pack^er, who passed the Point of Rocks yes^terday. are killed, as nothing has been^heard from them... .The Vedette of the^26th says: It is rumored that some^prospectors, who ventured over the di^^vide into the Wind river valley, in search^of lost animals, a day or two before th^attack, came suddenly upon a large band^ot fine horses and mules, about 2.000 in^number, when they suddenly took the^back track. The Indians won't hold^that valley much longer. The miners^are bound to go in there and stay, if they^want to ; und they will do it, too. . . .The^Telegraph says: Theodore F. Tracy.^Esq., Agent of Wells, Fargo ^ Co., in^this city, has courteously handed us for^publication the following:
Laclede. July 21.^^ Big Pond station is burnt. One hun^^dred and fifty Indians were at this place^last night.iJi.. ^ Inoman.
Sulphur,July 23.^Indians took ten^head of stock from Rock Point and ran^ten men and a coach trom Big Pond to^Dugway. One Indian was killed. In^^dians have come in large force. I fear^we will have much trouble with them.^^Geo. 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 IT. 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.
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.
Wetake the following from the Lewis-^ton Journal of July 4th: The Council^with 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
24thas 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. .. .Sam Raney and R. C. Leigh ton,^tried for passing bogus dust, were ac^^quitted. John Finnegan was found^guilty for the same offense. . . .We learn^from the Avalanche that the Oro Fino ^^Morning Star Company propose to in^^crease their capital stock to $500,000,^and buy out thW tenants in common^with them in tnfte mines. The Ava*^lancht also says the ore now coming^out of the Oro Fino is richer than at any^previous time this seasonAn editor^^ial correspondence from Warren's Camp^reports favorably of mining affairs there.^The hill claims of Sanderson ^ Bemis^yielded $5,000 in lour weeks with the^labor of five men. Others are doing as^well, and the high water had prevented^mining in the stream. More men there^than one year ago. .. .At Florence, the^mines on the tributaries of Summit Flat^were paying largely. They will pro-^dace more gold this year than any one
since1863Quite a number ot quarts
prospectorssre in the northern diggings
Fromthe State Items ot the Oregtnian:^During the month ot June the Salem^flouring mill shipped 3,13^^ barrels flour.^.... A college is soon to be estabished
atPhilomath, Benton county, under the^control of the Church of the United^Brethren. . . .Mr. E. N. Cooke, of Salem,^has raised mulberries this year, probably^among the first ever grown in the State.^... .A man by the name ot Cook was^killed on Coos river, June 251th, while^engaged in felling timber. .The A bany^Journal has hoisted the names of Speaker^Colfax for President and ^i. EL Williams^for Vice President. The Sentinel still^sticks to General Grunt, but nauies no^one for Vice President, .dpt. Sprtgue's^company, the last of the 1st Oregrn In^^fantry, arrived in Jacksonville on Sat^^urday, lrom Fort Klamath, and v^ill be^mustered out of service at once, .. ,T.^H. Farrell. of Canyonville. has su;d Sol.^Abraham and George Haynes for slan^^der, fixing the damages at $60,000. . . .^The Jacksonville Sentinel of tke 29th^ult. says: As near as we can learn, over^5,0()0 cattle have passed through the^valley for California and Nevada this^spring. .. .Another lump of gold has^been picked up in Jackson countv which^is large enough to awaken some of the^buried recollections ot '49ers. It weighs^146 ounces. . . .Governor Woods has ac^^cepted the Yaquina Hay Wagon Road,^says the Record. He says of it that it is^the best mountain road he ever saw. .. .^Governor Woods has accepted an invi^^tation to stump the State of California^in l^^ halt of the Union State and Con^^gressional tickets. The invitation omes^from a large number of the most prom^^inent Union men of that State.... A let^^ter from Canyon City to the Mountaineer^says: We expect to have our quartz^mill up and in running order before the^middle of next month, on Elk creek,^when Grant county will show to the^outside world that she is as rich in gold^bearing quartz as ^any other man.^^The 1. X. L. Co., at Prairie Diggings,^four miles from here, abo contemplate,^putting up a mill this season. Their^prospects are very flattering for large^returns. .. .The S/t(i.,t/ requests the^papers to publish an inquiry as to the^whereabouts of Harvey B. Outman, for^^merly of Jackson county. It says : ^ He^was last heard from at Walla Walla,^June 1st, 1860, 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, CM. 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 ot Septem^^ber is passed away. . . .The Oregon Sen^^tinel ot 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^diluvian monsters have been found, some^having been dug out at Sterling a few^years since, in an excellent stateof pres^ervation, and these discoveries show that^this would be an interesting and profits^ble field for scientific research... .The^Oregon City Woolen Mills Company^have stopped their mill tor the season,^on account of the dearth of the market,^caused by surplus home stock and impor^tat ions from the East.... An 8 stump^quartz mill is being made in Portland,^for a Mr. Puth, of Canyon City... . Adis^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 $35,000 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.W. E. Molthrop, an old and^esteemed citizen of Oregon, died at his^residence in Portland on the 15th inst.,^aged 65 years.
TheNetes says: Prof. O. 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 Netfis says: Bebee's mill^is running ores from the Indian Jack,^and Potosi lodes, with good results. .. .^The bed-rock has been struck in the^gulch where Messrs. Cobb, Clough, Fry,^and Hopkins are mining, and a fine^clean up will soon be made.. . .Messrs.^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 ot Dr. Nash,who^mysteriously disappeared two years ago.
Thefare from Denver to Chicago,^by coach and railroad, is $110. .. .The^Register says: For the month of June,^1807, there were taken from the Sen-^senderfer Company's mill, on Clear^Creek^six stamps^six hundred and^thirty ounces, whose currency value was^$14,000. The current expenses to ob^^tain this result, as shown by the Com^^pany's books.was $3,200, which includes^mining, milling and incidentals. . . .The^Times says: From recent runs made^from the ^Cayote^ lode in Trail Run, we^are furnished with results as follows:^First,from thirty-eight feet of ore,eleven^ounces and nine dwts. of gold, or at the
rateof about $1,000 per cord. Second^run, f cord, fifteen ounces, three dwts.^and ten grains. Third run. from three-^fourth cord.twenty ounces. Those results^are suggestive of a rich lode as well as^good milling.. Dr.Holland.of Clear Creek^is operating a six stamp mill, and under^his own personal management succeeds^in getting good results. .. .The Colorado^gold ores are to be attacked by the^Welshmen. A large lot of these difficult^sluphuretted ores have been taken out^to Wrales and there reduced with such^success that capital has been raised to^bring out Welsh smelters and put up^extensive works on the successful plan^in Colorado. . . .The following are the^nominations on the Union ticket, made^by the Convention in Denver, July 20:^Councilmen.Charles A.Cook.Amos Steck;^Representatives, C. H. McLaughlin, J. E.^Wurtzebach, B. B. Stiles, J. F. Gardner;^Sheriff, Richard Sopris; County Treas^urer, Clarence J. Clarke; Clerk and Re^^corder, W. D. Anthony ; Probate Judge,^Jacob Downing; School Superintendent.^O. O. Kent; County Assessor, Allen B.^Sopris; County Coroner. R. L. Hntten;^County surveyor. Redwood Fisuer;^County Commissioner, J. M. Wilson:^Justice of the Peace, J. S. Taylor; Con^^stable, W. J. Benton.
ATTORNEYSat Law, Helena, Montnna,^No. 21 Bridge Street, upstairs. Practice^in all the Courts. dl*
L,.W. IRAKI,^SURGICAL and MECHANICAL
TWOdoors east of the I\*t office. Virginia City^M. T. Single and complete setts of teeth in^^serted in the best *tyle known to the profession.^All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
ATTORNEYat Law, opposite Planters' Ilonne,^Idaho street. 140
OOTAM) SHOEMAKER, No. 3. Jackson^street, Virginia City, Montana. Particular^attention paid to the manufacture of Oents' fine^hoots. Keeps constantly on band a large stock of^French calf-skins ; also, kip and sole leather. All^of tbe finest quality. 133*
\ \% Gootb.
irariety of Blank Bo^rand urns just received at the City Book St. re
\Nimmense Tariety of Blank Books and Memo.
UN-DEALER,opposite Ourney 6c Co.'s. Wal^J luu
lacsMrect. Virginia City. Repairing
FASHIONABLEHail Dressing and Shaving^Saloon, Bridge street, Helena, Montana Torn^tor v. 123
Helena, - . - - Montana Territory,
G.JULES GERMAIN, Proprietor. 133
CAMEto my ranch on or about tbe 5th day of^May, let,^, one brown mare, about 7 years old;^stripe on f*c^: one white hind leg and one white lore^foot. Tbe owner can have tbe horse by prcviug^property and paying charges.
i11 A liLEO RIVERS.^Silver Bow Rancb, July 24, 18C7. 153-104*
ALLpersons knowing themselves indebted to^the firm of Fish it Toinbee are hereby notified^that the same must bo settled before the *25tb day^of August, or the account will be placed in tbe^hands of tin; proper officer lor collection.
Sterling,July 27, 1067. 153-1M*
ALLpersons indebted to ths uudersigned will^find it greatly to their advantage to pay the^same within ten days from this date. Settlements^can be made with L. Michner i('n, at the Denver^Meat Market.ALEX. METZEL.
NevadaCity, July 27,1P67.153 155
ONthe night of the 12th inst, from the head of^Taylor s Creek. Beaverhead 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 tbe return of tbe^mule, and S5U for the apprehension of the thief.
GEORGEORR.^Argenta, July 24. 1867. 153
TAKENUP, at Combs St Co.'s ranch, r.n*- bay^ruare mule, fifteen bands high and about eight^years old. 1 he owner can have the same bv pay^^ing for this advertisement.153 156'
ForCounty Clerk and Recorder of^Beaverhead County,
S.H JOHNSTON, subject to the nomination of^tbe Republican County Convention. 153-156
ANY person giving information of Jacob or Chas.^Schick will confer a favor and also be liberally^rewarded by addressing
154157 VOLENY SCHICK, Helena, M. T.
OPEN^^DAY and ^NTIGIIT.
MainSt., Helena.^JJOS. APPOLONIO, Proprietor.
THEbeet the Market affords and the sea-^ton furnishes, dished up to guests at^ALL HOURS during day or night. dl-tf
AGENTLEMAN who suffered for years from^-t a. Nervous Debility. Premature Decay, and all^tbe effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the^sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who^need it, tbe receipt and directions for making the^simple remedy by which he was cored. Sufferers^wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience,can^do so by addressing, in perfect confidence.^JOHN B. OODKN.^W-143-1B3No. 4;^ Cedar 8t New York.
THECensus Board of Madison County will meet^at tbe County Clerk's office on the 7th day of^August next, for the pnrrx se of correcting any^errors and hearing any complaints for wrong assess^^ments.
Byorder of the Board of County Commissioners,
A.8. POTTER. Chairman.^Virginia City, M. T., July 22, 1867.153 154
THISfast and splendid first-class steamer, favor*^Mi Known to all the traveling public, left St^Louis July 3d, for
andwill lie the last boat returning
Tothe States this Season
Specialattention paid to^ladies and children traveling unat^^tended.
I'iano on Board,
Herspeed, light draught and fine accommoda^^tions ccniineiid the ^ Only Chance ^ to all travel^ers to the States. 150-w-td
Py K 11:1 a n a ml Surgeon,
(OppositeKing a Gillette's Stone Block,;
If.n Street, Helena, 91. T.
OfficeHoursFrom 9 a. m. to 9 p. m,
INacknowledging past favors, the Doctor invites^the attention of the Montana publie to his suc^^cessful mode of treating all CHRONIC and PRI-^vatk DISEASES, and their attending conse^^quences^no matter of bow long duration. He of^^ten the advantages of his knotv ledge and experience^to all who may stand in need of medical aid. This^he iloes with that confidence which positive knowl^^edge alone can give, and with the guarantee that^all wbr seek, as those who have sought, will rejoice^in a perfect restoration to health aud vigor. In the^Primary Stages of Syphilis aud Oonorrhea, a cure^is guaranteed in a few days, and in the Secondary^and Tertiary Stages, which arise from neglect or^improper treatment, he gives assurance of a radica 1^cure in as short a time as it can completely and^safely be made.
TbeDoctor would urge those afflicted with
toapply to bim at onee, as the earlier tbey are at^^tended to tbe more easily will a cure be effected.^Cases of Spermatorrhea, Involuntary Discharges^and Impotence are always aggravated by delay.
Affection*of the Lungs,
Liver,Kidnevs 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 scientifio treatment. Ladies^afflicted with troublesome Vaginal or Uterine dis^charges, falling of tbe womb, suppression or other^irregularities of menstiuation. to which their sex is^peculiarly liable, would do well to consult the doc^^tor personally or by letter. Patients living at a dis^^tance wishing to consult by letter must give a full^description of their symptoms, age and habits of^living, and tbe necessary remedies and directions^will be forwarded by mail or express, carefully^packed and free from observation. All communi^^cations
AddressB. ROBINSON, 1*1. D.,
P.0. Box 445,
HELENA,M. T.^Or, per any Express Line.144-IbS
WEbave now at Virginia City, for sale, a few^self raking
ExcelsiorReapers sf Mowers,
Thecheapest and best machines in the world
Simplein construction, light in draught, easily^adjusted to grain or grass, saving two hands more^thau any other- These machines have been able to^compete with all others successfully-
THEYDO MOT GET OUT OF REPAIR EASILY.
Areconstructed principally of iron and steel, and^those portions of them which wear out can be du^plicated in the Territory
fdr**(-'all and get a pamphlet, and see list of pre^^miums taken and recommendations.
W,F, BA RTLIT, Virginia City^^Tno ST. Xrioo eJks Co..
VirginiaCity and Helena.^July 13, 1867 fi5l
HELMBOLD'SFLUID EXTRACT^B TJ O H TJ
Isa certain cure for diseases of tbe
Bladder,Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,^Organic Weakness, Female Complainte^General Debility,
andall diseases of tbe
fromwhatever eause originating and no matter of
Diseasesof these organs require the at* of a diu^retic. If no treatment is submitted to. Consumption^or Insanity may ensue. Our Flesh and Blood are^supported from these sources, and tbe
andtbat of Posterity depend ujx^n prompt use of a^reliable remedy.
Establishedupwards of eighteen years, prepared^by
H.T. HELM BOLD. Drggist,^594 Broadway. New York, and 104 fiouth-Tentb^Street, Philadelphia. Pa. ap27 ly-tw^w
mytbanks for past patronage, I^respectfully inform tbe public that I keep^constantly on hand tbe best quality of
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forsalwas heretofore in ^puantities to suit customers.
Ihave also refitted and refurnished my
Wherecan always be bad the best quality of Bee
assortedLiquors. Cigars, Bread, Pies.Ca**, etc.^wlS-164A SCHEFt'LKB.
THISExpress wilt leave Virginia city erery^Tuesday and Saturday for Sterling, and leave^Sterling for Virginia city every Monday and Kri^day. Letters and packages entrusted to us will be^forwarded with care and dispatch- Office at J. M^Knight's store, Virginia City.
Collectionsmade in Hot Springs district and mo^ey promptly remitted.
HELMBOLD'SEXTRACT BUCHU gives health^and vigor to the frame and bloom to the pallid^cheek. Debility is accompanied by many alarm^^ing symptoms, and if no treatment is submitted to,^consumptien, insanity or epileptio ts ensue.
FROMtbe Camp of the Transportation Train^near Virginia City, on the 34th of Jnne, three^(3) Government mules, branded with a five-pointed^star on tbe left side of the neck. One is a brown^mare mule, sore shoulder; one a brown horse mule,^both Urge; one a medium sized, sorrel color. A^liberal reward will be paid for the re'urn of these^animals to tbe Elephant Co-ral. Virginia City.^wStlw-UU. CUMMINUS, y M. 0^ M. M.
Arenow Receiving and Ouen.^in^ the first instalment^or their
IllRIMY Alt i;.
Whichthey offer to the trade kt a^great reduction in prices, and are deter^mined to meet the want of the country
Embracesthe largest variety of tbe best^and roost fashionable goods ever brought^to Montana, and all bought from first^hands. We can and will
Giveus a call before purchasing and ^^amine for yourselves.
CornerJactson and Idaho Streets
VIRC.1x1 A, jffOXTA.V*.
Isthe Great Diuretic.^Helmbold's Concentrated Extra^*t SarsspariU
Istbe Oreat Blood Purifier.^Both aro prepared according to rules of Phsrms^cy and Chemistry, and are the most active thst oss^Ue made.
Mand after June 15th. 1867, I will take
forall kinds of merchandise. A liberal^will be made to
desiringto pay la
GoldDust or Coin I
Thischange will necessitate an advaaos^prices of goods; but I will make it to the aovssi-r^of all buyers buying in
HAXWlk or ARCiEVTA!
Togive so* a call before purchasing sitsn*^**^currency, gold dust or coin.
JOil* 8. BOCKI'mLO*'
No. 5 Jackson^No. 25 Main^No. 15 Main
Street,Virginia.) ^^Street, Bannack J MonUfl^-^Street, Argenta,)
FORKON-RETNNTION OKINtX^NTI*F^^of Urine, irritation, inflammation.orJ^^^^^of the bladder, or kidneys, diseases of tns 0^glands, stone in tbe bladder, ^lca''!\*Zmm**^brick dust deposits, and all diseases of U^-^kidneys and drop^ioal swellings,
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