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Mi yang friend, yu are about tow be.
i life, and aitho it may seea dreatl
impossible tew y, nevertheless yu will
be liabel to make sam mistakes while
yu are scoring, or during the fust mile
Let me mix up a little advise for Jy
tow take till you git tow trotting stiddy.
Yu will observe the advise is deigmed
for young gentlemen who show sum
sighns of speed, and also that I reason
right from the shoulder.
1st. Treat the old man and the old
woman a yare equals ; smile when they
exhort, and laff when they entreat, for
no yung man kan hope for suckcess in
the ornamental walks uv life who dont
wear the belt at home.
2. If yu kant raze a mustash, commit
suicide at once and begin agin; for it
is better tow die than to suffer dis
3. Cultivate impudense-impudease
is a good substitute for bravery-only
be a little keerful tow pick yure cus
tomers when yu try it.
4. Keep a trotter and a fiteing rooster.
These animals will let yu into the konfi
dense uv men who will watch over yure
morals and nunse yre genius.
5. Avoid the old fogys; they are a
miserabel set uv cowardly croaker., who,
like a third-rate dorg, have larnt what
little they kno about virtew bi simply
being overmatched in a fair fight.
6. Suspekt sal femail virtew. This
will give yu an eazy flow of ambigu
ous language while in the sosiety uv
the ladys and enabel yu tew awaken
confushion, which yu kan kall sumthing
7. If yu git desperit, and must marry,
marry for ducats-marrying fur blad or
for luv iz too sloppy for a man ov spirits.
Luv is a low pashun, and is desighned
for 2-story houses on one ov the back
streets, not for a brown stun front.
8. Bi aul mearns learn tou ware, and
smoke freely, and dont ever mistake rain
water for milk punch, unless yu want a
9. ('all religion a stock jobber's pigeon
to ketch flatts with; say that virtew is
only the galvanized impotence ov cow
ards; that wisdum iz but an egg that is
addled; laf at aal things that are sol
lenm, and aware that Backus and Ve
nus are the only two gods fit tow be
Yung man, cultivate aul the above
graces, and add tow them what the ar
or of yure genius may inspire, and If
the h-ms jockeys and pimps generally
don't say yu are a cuss of the brightest
hew, and if the devil don't make yu sum
flattering proposals, the days of chivalry
are positively over, and pudding and
- milk has got more glory in it than a
brandy smash, a rum sour, or even a
thomas and jerry.
* * * * * * *
Yung man (a fu words with yu in prt
vate), let these cheerful remarks settle
down into yu when yu git to reefekting
at 12 o'clock sim rainy night.
Dont make a phool of yourself by trie
ing to jump 65 feet at one jump and
land among the Bernoys at onst, but
examin' yure bild clously and see it yu
aint better konstrukted for sumthing
But if yu find yu must go to dispair,
then put on aul the steam yu kan carry,
and either bust or gin thare az soon as
P. S.-When yu git thare, and hav
had enuffov it, just drop me a line and
I will see what kan be did for yu. But
don't forgit one thing-that the road
back is 3 times az fur, and all the way
up hill besides.
SATISFIED WITH HI 11.
A late number of Harper's Weekly
contains an engraving representing Gen.
Grant as a sphinx mounted on a pedestal
and two representatives of the people
and the army puzzling themselves to
know what it means. The following
week the representatives seem to have
solved the mystery, the following ap
pearing in the same paper:
The sphinx of our last week's picture
has spoken, and to some purpose- Gen.
(.rant's letter upon the removal of 8ber
idan is one of the chief of recent political
events. It caused the New York Tribune
to rejoice so that his hostility to the Pres
ident can no longer be doubted; while
the New York Herald, which has been
idolizing Grant for a year, suddenly ad
v.ses him to surrender the War Depart
ment to "other and abler brains," and
declares that he has thrown himself into
radical hands. The whole country has
now read and pondered General Grant's
letter. It has seen how heartily he sym
pathizes with the national purpose, how
simply and strongly he urges the un
doubted wish of the people as the rule
of action when expediency alone is to he
Lconsidered. In a few significant ,words
he reminds the President that the re
moval of Sheridan can gratify only those
at the South who are hostile to the gov
ernment, and the reply of the President
shows how he was stung by the unques
tionable truth. The letter of Grant is
short, but it is decisive. We shall no
longer hear that he is an equally availa
ble candidate for either party. We slall
no longer read praises of his conserVa
tive fidelity in Democratic newspapers.
We shall no longer hear them chuckle
over the cunning of the President in
dividing the Republican party by entan
gling General Grant. Two weeks agn
we said that (Grant would never be a tool i
in Andrew Johnson's hands, and a week
had not passed before the words were
S * * l * * *~
We presume the event will show that
in assigning Genera' Grant to the War
Department the President has outwitted
himself. It were better for him that he
had retained Stanton. On the other
hand, it was certainly very unfair to
tGeneral Grant upon the part of many,
and notably the Tribune, to insinuate
that in entering the cabinet he showed
that he had lost sympathy with the loyal
party. and to sneer at him as a statue.
sashed and girded. The confidence of
the national heart that insisted upon
fighting the war to an unconditional na
tional victory is stronger in (en. Grant
to-day than ever.
By an act of the N.'lraska Legislature,
passed June 24th, w-,men of lawful age
are allowed to vote *dt the district school
meetings. The first elections under the
law will be held in October. The Omaha
Itepub.an suspects "the entering wedge
is thus driven for universal sugEag in
Woolk, Pe-ierton& Tooe
T O 3IClb a! Law, Stdr , lrw was
L. W. FUARY,
EURSICAL a"E MECHANICAL
1F N TI T.
rTWo image ease o the Pat .eaV rIair aQi
5. T. Slgl maid eul me w' .1 tmeh i
mu in s tmhe baa tai huw t the pabmeI.
AU wek gssmmd Prhss a~e ammM.
Wilbur F. lauders,
A TTORNZ at rLaw, oppadt.Pbamt es' Hem
JOHN G. VETERI,
BOOT AN~D SHOHMAKEB. No. 3, Jalk s
mbV4 VirgsbCR, e ad. atiels
att tio paid to the russoctar ofOwls' Is
bms s. Imap e o~samtIy cm had a large min*sf
Freaeb esi fealum; ale, hip mmd mole leather. A11
of the easot quality. 134"
N immense variety Blank Books and Me
randums Jst receeved at the City Book Store
I UN-DEALER, opposite Gurney Co.'s, Wal.
ao a* Street, Virglina City. Repairing 1et3y
James N. Wllams,
FASHIONABLE Har Dressing and Shaving
SFsoon, Bridge street, Helea, Meata Terri
Helena, - - - - Montana Territory,
6. JUEl G.RMAE, Proprietor. ia
Walla Walla Restaurant,
Main St., Helena.
JO1. APPOLONIO, Proprietor.
T R best the Market affords and the sea
son furnishes, dished up to guests at
ALL HOURS during day or night. dl1-tf
COME to my rnabe on or about the 1st of May,
four oxen, two of them black and two red brin
die. Any one provnyg, deseribilg and paeing
charges can have them by calling on the subscriber.
W. M. HOUSE,
House's Mill, South Meadow Creek.
August 27th, 1867. 158-161
BY virtae ofd a exeutio issued out of and by
the Probate eourt in and for Madison oounty,
Montana Territory, bearing date. 7th day of Aug.,
A. D. 1867, I have levied upon and will sell to the
hi hest bidder fr focash, in frot of the sheriff's
ofbee in Virgla dty, Madison county, Montana
Territory on the 14th day of September, 1967, be
tween the bours of 10, a. m., and 4, p. a , of said
day, the fllowag deribed property, lying and
beig in the county atoressid, to-wit: Claim No.
obur (4) northeast fre discovery on the Galena
lode; nme-third of discovery and claim No. one (1)
aortheat oa the De Rayter lode: No. seve (7) on
the Plata El Vesta lode; undivided one-half of dis
eovery on the Minnesota lode. All the above prop
erty is situated in Hot Springs distriot, Madison
county, Montana Territory; taken as the property
of Ifhomas Swan, to saisfy an execution in tavor
of John C. Otto. A. J. 8NIDER, Sheriff.
By NicK. Banr, Deputy.
Virginia City, Montana Territory, August 23d,
Deer Lodge County, Territory of Montana. $
To William Ellinger : You are hereby summoned
to be nad appear before me, at my okcee in Red
Mountain City, on the second day of September, A.
D. 1867, at nine o'clock a. m. of said day, to answer
the complaint of C. Wunderlick; and if you fail to
answer said complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff will take judgment against you for the
suam of one hundred dollars and costs. This action
is brought on an account for blacksmith work done
Witness my hand this 22d day of August, A. D.
1867. E. S. STACKPOLE, J. P.
To the sheriff or any constable of Deer Lodge
county, greeting : Hereof make legal service and
return. L158-4t] E. S. STACKPOLE, J. P
O N the night of the 25th of July, 1867, freo the
Screasing of Stinkingwater, on the Salt Lake
road, about 16 miles from Virginia City, M. T., the
following deseribed stock, to-wit: Thirteen head of
American Mules, from 14 to 16 hands high, branded
"R C" on right shoulder; 8 bead of these mules are
branded "U 8" on left shoulder, and "8" on left
side of neck; one mule is branded "F" on left hip.
Also 9 head of Horses,, described as follows, to-wit:
One dapple gray mare and colt, branded "R C" on
right shoulder; 5 head of bay horses, with various
brands; I blue dun horse, 1 roan and one iron gray
horse, branded on the neck with mule shoe. Said
stock is known to have been stolen, as they were
tracked towards Snake river. The undersigned
will pay the above reward for the recovery of the
said stuck, and $500 for information of their where
Address D. W. Tilton & Co., Virginia City; Capt.
Williams, Nevada City, or
JOSEPH SMITH, Stinkingwater Valley.
A GENTLEMAN who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and all
the effects of youthful indiscretion, will, for the
sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who
need it, the receipt and directions for making the
simple remedy by which he was cured. Bufferers
wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience,ea.
do so by addressing, in perfect confidence.
JOHN B. OGDEN,
w-143-193 No. 42 Cedar St. New Yerk.
A. IýCHEFFLERt, Prop'r.
N returning my thanks for past patronage, I
would respectfully inform the public that I keep
constantly on hand the best quality of
for stie as heretofore in quantities to suit customers.
I have also refitted and refurnished my
NEVADA SALOON AND BAKERY,
Where can alwa vs be had the oest quality of Bee
ssorted Liquors, Cigars, Bread, Pies,Cae, etc.
r 152-1 A. SCHEFI'LER.
JOHN B. FULLER,
47 DEY STREET, New York City,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
PORTABLE & STATIONARY
STEl IllIl ADl IiW_
From 2 to 2(0 Horse Power.
Most approved Circular and Upright Baw Mills,
Grist Mills, Sugar Mills, sad all kinds of MiDing
and Plantation machinery on hand and bail to
Shafting. Pullies, Leather sad Rubber
elnnag. ad all kinds of Irom and Wood-worklag
g MacMstry aid Railway supplies ia st(r
shipped at the lowest rates.
aB A. ELTO & JOHI 3. TAYLOR
WVn £sente".meaaeYwwre ,ry.
atom bmsinmg, we will give e.r individual
sees ln tos. Wen esSdf ey soi..tr an
, thne .abs s Meina Trst
*y. eal t by pe. n,,lee, t
Mern. Pk.ts t Bssel, Virgiiat City, M. T.;
" J. J. Be Co., " . -
" GOer.am Patte, ..
Mr. John 8. Noekhlelow,
" Joah H. Miu, " . "
Mess. King & GOllk, Helea City,
" t, 8lmps.. Co., Helena City, M. T
Mr. J. B. Upoem, . . -
Capt. W. H. Parkiuson & Co., " " "
Mers M. B asham & Co., Blaokhot City, -
Mr. A. Beatte, Baker, 8t. Joseph, Mo.;
Mes. 8trede, Rubey & Co., 8t. Led, Me.;
" er Brthems & Co., " "
Mr. .M K. Samuel, St. Louis, Mo.;
Mr. William North. " " " .9t
J. G. BAKER,
Fort l ton, - - - - M. T.
W I have two large warehouses, capable of
storing 400 tons of merchandise; also, a
large stook of Goods, suitable for Freigete:s, Auc
tioueers, Miness ad retailers.
We solicit a sbare of publio patronage, conS
dent that we can make the prices an advantage to
the perohaser, over any point in this Territory.
J. H. MING,
Corner Lo Jackson and Wallace St.
Wholesale and Retail Grocer.
And dealer in
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND STATIONERY.
ALSO, A FINE SELECTION
O .ALCY 4038 AND TOYS.
Suitable for Holiday presents
nTolUette articles of the best French ManauO.
Fa~Ia 1u .d t th Gurmu .sd Al wd Npagily
FOR DISBURSING OFFICERS.
EZRA MILLARD, Prauidst.
J. H. MIL.LARD, cr.·ir.
Omaha National Bank,
Ca-ital $100,000. Authorized Capital $500,000.
THIS BANK deals in Foreign and Domestie Ex
change, Government Bonds, Gold Coin, and
makes the purehase of
Gold Dust and Bullion a Speciality !
J. H. Millard, formerly of Allen & Millard, Bank
sr at Virginia and Helena Cities, Montana, is now
Cahshier of this Bank, and will be pleased to see
his Montana friends. 147-6m
H. 8.Gilbert, Christian Richert.
WyE HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
LARGE supply of
BEER KEGS, ETC.
A11 orders n ur lne of business will be promptly
Last Boat for
St. LOCTIS !
C. M. SEAMAN, - - MASTER.
THIS ast and splendid firt-class steamer, fhvor
bly known to all the traveling public, left St
Louis July 3d, for
sad will be the last boat returning
To the States this Season !
I Special attention paid to
ladies and children traveling unat
A Piano on Ioard.
Her speed, light draught and fine acoommoda
tions commend the " Only Chance " to all travel
as tothe States 150w-td
AM IUl . ATTENTION S
SE bave now at Virginia City. for sale, a few
Exelsior Beapers C Moweer,
The cheapest and best machines in the world
Simple a ieonstruntion, light in draught, easily
adjusted to grala r gams, saving two hands more
than any other. Thee machines have been able to
compete with all others snoocesslliy.
mHET DO NOT GET OUT OF REPAIR EASILY.
Are eomaod pldacipally of iroe and steel, and
thse pertons of t which wear et csa be d
phested in the Territory
f l sad eta pmphlet and. list elpre
w. r, DARTL T, Vhr.nmi City
aJ .o ,. Mo o "w o-.,
rhglaia City and Relems.
July 13, 183T (151
Weeworth & Dart.
GEERAL ASTER OFFICE:
254 Broadway, New York.
GEIERAL W TERI OFFICE :
St. Joseph, -- - Missouri.
ILL FORWARD FRIOGHT TO TilE TER
TJ I A iI,
From their Warehouses at the terminus of the
Union Pacific Railroad
U. P. RAIL ROAD, E. D.
For rates, shipping directions, etc.. apply at the
General Ofiees of the Company, or to
Kight & Parker, Agents, No. 106 Washington
George B. McCulloh, Agent, No. 42 South
5th Street, Philadelphia.
Sidney Rice Agent, No. 1 Barnet House Cin.
Joseph MoEntire, Agent, No. 72 Commercial
Streel. St. Louis.
Henry Hargis, Agent, No. 53 Clark St. Chic'go
Daniels & Brown, Agents, Denver, Colorado.
George T. Clark, Agent. Central City. Col.
Fisher & Cass, Agents, Golden City. Colorado.
Godbe & Mitchell, Agents. Salt Lake City.
PFOUT & RUS ERLL, Agents, Virginia
Daniel Corbin, Agent, Helena, Montana.
Smith & Graeter, Agents, Bannack and Mon
C. E. Blake, Agent, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Osoar Nicholson, Agent. Junction City, Kan
sas, (present terminus U.P. RR. E.D.)
G. C. BR TON, contracting Agent. North
Platte Station, ebraska, (present terminus
U. P. R. R., or to
F. E. SHORT.
137 General Traveling Agent.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BUTCHER & PURVEYOR
WALLACE 7ST VIRGINIA CITY
Metropolitan Meat Market.
IN this Market will be found, at all seasona of the
year, dressed in the most
And of the beat quality obtaMinble for money.
Game, Large and Small,
Every Article in their Line.
-r The large stock necessitated
by their extensive business enabler
purchasers to make a selection ex
actly suiting their taste.
S('Customers waited upon and
their orders promptly executed.
Young persons sent to this estab
lishment will be especially attended
White Pine Lumber Yard.
C.rrw.f Jacksom & Cr .9 . Vfrgiuia City, M. T
HOLTu r& mom ........... Ppritor.
sALL r a sle. p. lumber Esstant
g1 am 6d.rwo salm. R.MM. .ENS AW,
Smith a aGvaeter
BANNACK CITY, M. T.
Always ,ave oo band sad rir ale a
TEA, COFFEE, SUGARS,
SALT, SPICES, FLOUR,
3ACON, HAMS, SOAP,
CA NDLES, ETC.
HI ARD ~T AR E!
BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING,
Dry Goodu, Etc.
Also, a large and well-assorted stook of Drugs and
All of these articles will be sold at the lowest
" Cash Prices ! j
We have a eommodiena
Storage of Goods
Liberal Advances Will be ]lade on
Physiteian and Surgeon, Baanack
City, il. T. (1(fl-6m
J. Bs. PATTON, U. D.,
Physician and Surgeon, Bannack
CitFy, MI. T. 132
E. F. PHELPS,
Attorney at Law, iannack, M. IT.,
W ILL practice in all the courts of the Te.rritory.
and pay special attention to the uolli etion ot
J. N. WILLIAMS.
Billiard Saloon, Bannaek, M. T.
A FINE stock of Liquors, Cigars, &c.. may al
w'ays be found at my rooms. 149
Established in 1864 !
G. H. CLARK.
(4 doors above the Post Ofce.)
W.OULD respectfully inform the citizens of
Montana Territory, that they have now
on hand the largest and most complete stock of
Omcee and Household
Furniture in the country. Having the neces
sary machinery for manufacturing, we fee
assured that we can sell
Cheaper than any other House
in the Territory. Our Stock consists of
Bedsteads, Sofas, Chairs, Bureaus,
Wardrobes, Washstands, Center Tables, Dining
and Breakfast Tables, Office Desks, Etc., Etc.
In fact, we can manufacture
Anything You Want !
in our line of business. We are prepared to
Sash, Doors, and Blinds
Twenty-five per cent. cheaper than they can
be bought elsewhere. ` A large stock
constantly on hand.1%a
Coffins made on shirt Notice.
Billiard Balls Nicely Turned
Give us a Call.
G. H. CLARK.
141-166 Wallace Street, Virginia City.
DR. i C FEL.UA;I. 'D',"
SWISS STOMACH BITTERS
Sthe best Purifier of the lMamol!
TR Y A pleaant Tonic
SR f A very agreeable Drink'
Unsanipased for acting eurely but
Y g.Rtly ou the secretions of the kid
neys, bowels, stomach and liver !
For sale at all wholesale and retail li
quor, drng and grocery stores.
8080O SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT!
J. G. lRicH, Proprietor.
TAYLOR & BENDEL, &.leAgents,
w'141-1¥ 413 Clay 1. S.an Francisoo.
IDr. B. ROBINa.O
Pys lolan andz t.,
Miners' Drug t to n
(Opposite Kag & Gillette's tone, ,.
Maim Street, ielena, .' t
Os.e fours............ Fro a. t
r m. to
aN lkaowledging past favors, the
the attention of the Montane , 1biC " u¾
esalgl mode of treating all (C:if 'L. t
VAT3 DISEASE8, and their attl .
qeaCee.-no matter of how lot ,at(cinlý
e-. the advantages of his ktowl.,e .
to all who may stand in need of medic• e
be does with tbhat confidence which ,'d
edge aboe can give, and with the ritvi.
all who seek. as those who have Isouhr..
Is a perct restoration to hEl"tb and v
Primary Stages of Syphilis and Gn r
ja guaranteed in a few days,. and in th b,
md Tertiary Stages, which ai" from 14
iproper treatment, ba gives acssurn., ,'
nre ia sa short a time as it can
saely be made. u e mprt..
The Doctor would urge those a;,·. ,;
Gle. t( a(di AStri,.t,,,.
to apply to him at once, as the parl;r ht
tended to the more easily will a curP h ,
CaIse of :iermnatorrhea, Infv0luntar,, e .'
and Impotence ar, always aggramvr ' b
Atection. of th, LUf ' I
Liver, Kidneys and Bladder. rwh0-r ":
ehronic. are treated with invariahle ms-ec. ,.t
all cases Doctor Robinson guarant.. a
within the reach of scientific treatii.;"
amicted with troublesome Vaginal r I'
charges, felling of the womb. sC'lnprePf r ~,4 "
irregularities of menstruation, to a. irh t
peculiarly liable, would do well to -cun .. " j '
tor personally or by letter. l'atients :
tance wishing to consult by letter must ,i,,
description of their symptoms, age at:i
living, and the necessary renerli.. a;ri ,.
will be forwarded by mail or expr.,
packed and free from obser, ati , A;:
,Sttrictl7 Co(m ftZlu a ti.al,
Address B. ROBINSON, M. D.,
P. 0. Box 443.
Or, per any Expresa Linu,.
R. S. HAMILTON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
STOVES & IIAR)\WAI;l
ALL KINDS OF
TIN, SHEET-IRON & COPPER ,I
Kept on hand.
All kinds of jobbing done by th he t ,,f won,.
and all orders promptly attended to r" ,
Jackson street. opposite to Juhn S R?~ .xkf.,,,.,
Virginia City, M. T., Aug. I. 1 ,;. .
J .AIf. K.IAI GiIT,
7sUCCEI OR TO
I)AVI, IIOUSEI, & Co.
OPPOMITE THE POST orVFI( L,
VIRGINIA C'12 Y, - - M. 1
W ,HOLESALE AND RETAI.
-Dealers in -
Farmbig and Miting ImplemdtP·. fD
W E bave a large and eommodiouu
Fi re-proof iWarehou.se
Cuonected with our &tablishni 1.t
Made on oonsignments of General Mcr'ik'hEri''>
WirHnbecriptions to the MONrAlA
DR. J. B. IsBELL.
TAS located in Virginia City. M. T. 1"' i4 r!,
I pared to perfom all operatiofn" in the
Deutistry in the moet approved and perfr:t il "
the profession. Persos desiring Artificha '
would do well to give him a cafl. onliee o ,r
eon street, in the Phbotograpb (;a!lery41,
M. Cltmau. GiW
CARROLL & .TEEL
Forwarding Storage and Dealers in (;
Fort Benton, M. T