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THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1^^J7.
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thejournals and documents daring this of the Whole to consider H R No 1. Mr. jpelled to remove it to the armory here.^^ mi of the I. -^isiature. Adopted. Weston reported bill back to the House ' i should regret, bowe^r. to rosnove any^Mr A H Barrett tendered resignation, and asked leave to ait again.
Onmotion of Coaly. 11 H So 1, rei^ferred to Judiciary.^Adjourned.
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CB 47. substitute on final^Ayes 6^nays 0.
Mr.Bagg introduce! C J R No 10 ask^^ing Judge* Hosmer and Muoson to re^^sign. On final passage. Ayes 5^nays 2.
HJ R 1), final passage. Ayes* 4^^navs 3.
BB 54, final passage. Ayes 6^nays 1^Messrs. Corum Cullen, and Orr ap^^pointed as Council members of joint^committee to wait on the Governor and^give notice of resolution to adjourn^Evening.
Mr.Rand offered the following ^^Resolved, That Thos. B Wad*, chief^clerk, Chap. C. Menaugh, assistant clerk.
H.H. Showers, Engrosing clerk, D. B.^Jenkins, Enrolling clerk. C. B. Robinson,^assistant Engrossing clerk. S. R. Elwell,^Sergeant at-Arms, John Thompson, door^^keeper, S. S. Chamberlain, Fireman and^Perry Johnson. Page or the Council, be^tendered the thinks of its members for^the attentive and faithful manner in^which they have performed their duties^derine the session^Adopted.
Mr.Bagg offered the following:^Resolved, By the Council ofthe leg^^islative Assembly of the Territory of^Montana, that we tender our regards to^the Hon. James Tufts, for the prompt,^efficient and affable manner in which^he has tcilitated the legislation in this^body, as Secretary of the Territory of^Montana. Adopted.
Baggoffered the following:^Resolved, By the Council of the Leg^^islative Assembly of the Territory of^Montana, that we tender our thanks to^the editor and proprietors of the Mon^^tana Post, for the prompt and obliging^manner in which they have done the^printing, under the direction of the Sec^^retary of the Territory, for this body,^during the present session.^Adopted.
MrDavis offered the following:^Resolved, That the thanks and grati^tude of this Council is hereby tendered^to Charles S. Bagg, for the able, efficient^and impartial manner in which he has^discharged the duties of the President of^this Council during the present session.^Adopted.
JointResolution to adjourn sine die at^12 midnight, amended to read at 0 p. m.,^and the hour having arrived the Coun^^cil of the Fourth Session, adjourned.
onaccount of outside influence brought^to bear against him.^ Accepted and^Mr F A Shields appointed Chief Clerk^by acclamation.
MrWord offered the following :^Resolved, That the thanks of this^House are hereby tendered to the Hon.^Wellington Stewart, Speaker of this^Horse, for the commendable impartiality^aad manly dignity with which he has pre^^sided over the deliberations of this^House during the fourth session of the^legislative Assembly of Montana, to the^several clerks, sergeant at arms, door^^keeper and firemen, for their promptness,^iudnstry and attention to their duties^during the labors of this session. Adopt^^ed.
MrStewart introduced H J R No 11, i^authorizing the Auditor to draw war-^rants in faror of certain House attaches.^Amended by including all the attaches^and adopted.
Rhodes,Ways and Means, reported C^J R No 9 unfavorably.
(rallaher reported favorably, with^amendment.
Mtsrs. Anderson, Word and#Weston^appointed from House on joint commit^^tee to wait on the Governor, and notify^him of resolution to adiourn.^* C J R No 10. put on final passage.^Ayes 8^nays 4.
TheGovernor sent in his Proclamation^convening Ertra Session.
Noticefrom the (iovernor that he had^approved H B 25.
RhodesWays and Means reported^J II R No 9, recommending non-concur^^rence in Council amendments. Amend^^ments concurred in.
CB 00, Germain divorce, indefinitely^postponed.
Noticefrom the Governor of his ap^^proval of H B 54.
Stewartoffered the following :
Resolved,That the thanks of this^House be and are hereby tendered to^His Excellency, Governor Green Clay^Smith, and to James Tufts, Secretary,^for their assistance and services render^^ed to the members of the House of Rep^^resentatives at the fourth session thereof.^Adopted.
Adjournmentresolution amended to^read 9 p. m., instead of 12. midnight. 9^p. m.. House adjourned the fourth ses^^sion sine dir.
December,16th.^Prayer by Chap'ain.^Tennant introduced H B 2. to provide^for organizing and disciplining the^militia forces of the Territory. Referred^i to committee on military affairs.
Word,Judiciary, reported H B No 1,^1 recommending that the printed copy be^I substituted for the manuscript and that^the bill pass. .^Recess.;
Comlyintroduced H J R No 1, author- i^izing the Auditor to issue certain war^^rants. On final passage. Ayes 0^^nays L
CB No 1 , read and referred to select^committee Bos well, Edwards, Woid.
CJ R No r, On motion of Word laid^on table.
Rhodesintroduced H B No 3, chang^^ing the name of Edgerton county to^Lewis and Clark county. On final pas^^sage. Ayes T^nays 0.
Tennantintroduced H J R No 2, to^give the Superintendent of Public In^^struction compensation. Referred to^Ways and Means.
Gallaherintroduced II B 4, an act to^promote the agricultural, mechanical^and mineral interest of Montana. Re^^ferred to select committee. Gallaher,^Weston. Boswell.
Gallaherintroduced II B No 5, to^amend the act establishing the bounda
ofit from Helena, as it may be needed^in that direction any time ; and as the^citiaens are anxious to retain, and I think^| should keep a portion of the arms belong-^I ing to the Territory.
Yourattention is again called to the^I penitentiary question. I only refer you^j to a special message to the regular ses^^sion upon this subject.
Ifeel assured you will not allow the^: revenue bill to go unheeded. A meas-^j ureof so much importance and one for^i which this special session was called,^' should meet your earnest consideration,^i Under the bill as it now is. in the main,^' it is confidently believed by many of the^; best financiers of the Territory, the debt^J of the Territory can be almost, if not en-^j tirely, liquidated in twelve months.
Imust again ask you to well consider^the responsibility under which you^should place the assessors and collectors,^and their payment in proportion to the^amount assessed and collected. This^course certainly will bring more money^into the treasury than any other, for^men will not be so energetic and close^in their collections on a stated salary as^when their profits depend upon their as-^aeaeeaaata and collections.
Theact regulating Probate Courts did^not receive my approval, from the fact,^first, it came to me near t he close of your^regular session, and was of so much im^^portance and of such great length, that^it could not receive that thought and^attention it required; second, if the Civil^Practice Act becomes a law, many pro^^visions of the probate act will be unnec^^essary ; and third, because many of the^provisions of the act are already in the^statutes, and I could see no good reason^for re-enacting the same laws.
If,however, you should repass the law^I will give it a more careful reading and^come to a mora definite conclusion^thereon.
Hopingyour extra session may be
rylines of J, fferson county. Referred I pleasant and the objects for which it waa^to select committee. Kennerly, Galla- j called together be accomplished in the^her, Boswell.time designated, I submit these few crude
Edwardsintroduced H ^ ^^. to divorce j suggestions for your deliberation
II.B. Steel and Roena A. Steel.^Adjourned.
CircenClay Smith, Governor
Tothe Extra Seislon, Der. 14,1807.
Praverbv the Chaplain.
HB 34. Hospital Bill, indefinitely^postponed.
CJ R 8. Reported favorably, and on^final passage^Ayes 10, nays 0.
Patton,Sielect, reported C B33. recom^^mending indefinite postponement.^^Adopted. Ayes 7, nays 5.
Word,Judiciary, reported C B 23.^(Lander divorce.) recommending it be in^^ome way disposed of. Indefinitely post^^poned.
Anderson,joint Conference, reported^H B 61, that no amendments could be^agreed upon.
HJ R 9.^Referred to Ways and^Means.
Word,joint Conference, reported II B^30 had not been agreed upon, and re^^commended H B 54 be returned to Coun^^cil for amendment.
CJ R 9, increasing Compensation to^C B Robinson and J M Clarkson, Extra^Assistant Clerks. Referred to \\ ays and
CJ R 10, referred to Territorial Af'^fairs.
Noticefrom the Governor that he had^approved H J M No 6 and H B a 57, 45^and 11 ; also, H J R No 8.
MrSpeaker offered the following :^^Resolved, That the thanks of this^House are hereby tendered to D W Til-^ton ^ Co., proprietors of the Montana^Post, for their punctuality in printing^and delivering to this Honse copies of
KXT It A SESSION.
Metat 12 m., and organized.
Randoffered a resolution that the of^^ficers and attaches of the Fourth Session^should be retained. Adopted.
Resolutionadopted app ^inting 2 p. in.,^as the hour for Joint convention to re^^ceive communication from the Governor.
Onmotion of Watson, the rules of^the Fourth Session were adopted.
ThePresident continued the standing^committees of the Fourth Session.
Councilmet House in Joint conven^^tion.
^nmotion of Word, a committee of^three was appointed to wait on the tiov^ernor and inform him of the organiza^^tion of the Legislature. Committee^Word, Orr. Tennant.
Mr.Word announced His Excellency^(Jovernor Smith who delivered his Mes^^sage to the bodies, convention dissolved.^Council adjourned.
Randintroduced C B l,an act provid^^ing for holding regular terms of Probate^court at Philipsburgh.Deer Lodge county^On final passage. Ayes 5^nays 0.
Randintroduced C B No 2, an act^to provide compensation to the Secretary^Referred to Ways and Means.
Mr.Bagg introduced C J R No 1,^soliciting His Excellency the Governor^to communicate to the Council his views^on the Probate act in order to facilitate^Legislation. Adopted.
Corum introduced C B 3, an act t^^^provide for the collection of Revenue.
Referredto commit tee of the Whole, I and loo dangerous a tiower in the Lund^^and so considered.'of one man.
Recess,Wheal a matter of such importance is
a:tkrnoon.j placed at the will of one man and no re
incommittee of the Whole.I sponsibility attached, if be should be a
Communicationfrom the Governor i reckless and careless officer, great ex-^announcing certain appointments. In j pense and even bankruptcy might come^Executive Session.} upon the Territory.
ConfirmedWellington Stewart, Jef- Experience in the States and the Gov-
G ntlt men .;/' (he Council ^i if ]I^,n*:^Ht present ntive* :
Youhave been called together in ex^^traordinary session to complete verv^important and necessary laws.
Whenyour regular session adjourned^yesterday, there was lying on your ta^^bles the Civil Practice Act, the Revenue^Act, the Military Act, and some bills^were in my hands, which, from their^great length and importance and the^lateness of the hour reaching me before^adjournment, could not be examined i ud^reported to the Legislature.
Asyour session is for a specl.d pur^^pose, particularly to examine ^.ud pass^the Civil Practice and Revenue Bills, it^is to be hoped that subordinate matter*^will not interfere with your main object.
Iwill be allowed, however, to call^your attention to the importance of cir^^cumscribing by law the limitless power^of the Executive in military affairs.
Bya joint memorial to Congress, pass^^ed at your last session, it was emphati^^cally declared more than twice that war^with the Indiaus the coming spring was I^imminent, and.as you believed,could not j^be avoided without certain treaties on^the part of the General Government.^Now if these treaties should not be made,^if your position in the memorial be true,^and I doubt it not, an Indian war is in^^evitable. Who, then, is to assume the^responsibility of calling out forces to de^^fend the Territory ! By what rule or^law is any one to be controlled^ The^Executive is made, by the Organic Act,^the commander in-chief of the militia,^and, of course, in cases of invasions,^insurrections and outbreaks by the In^^dian^, must assume the c mimand and^responsibility.
Asmatters now stand he has the right,^if he chooses to exercise it, to place any^number of men in the field he chooses,^and to officer them at will with any ~ank,^atTd that too at the expense of the Ter^^ritory.
Thisis all wrong, and places too much
ATTORNEYSat Law, Helena,^No. 21 Bridge Street, up stair*,^in all the Courts.
L,.IT. IRAKI,^SURGICAL and MECHANICAL.
TWOdoors east of the Post office, Virtjii.ia City^M. T. Single and complete setts of teefh in^serted in the best style known to the profess io^All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
ATTORNEYat Law, opposite Planters' Home,^Idaho street. 140
BOOTAND SlIOKMAKtR, No. 3. Jackson^street, Virginia City, Montana. Particular^attention paid to the manufacture of Gents' fine^boots. Keeps constantly on hand a large stock el^French calf-skins ; also, kin and sole leather. All^of the finest quality. 132*
ivariety of Wank Bo^randums just received at the City Book SU rr
VNfbiinense variety of Blank Books and Mem^randi
QlNDKAhER, opposite Gurney ^ C
laceStreet, Virginia City.
fASHIONABLK Hail Dressing- and Shavies;^Saloon, Bridge street, Helena, Montana Terri-
Helena, - - - - Montana Territory,^G. JULES GERMAIN, Proprietor. 133
CARROLL.A. STEEL..^Forwarding Storage and Dealers in Hen^eral Merchandise.^FortBcnton, JH. T.
KEPTBY^Ljafayetto IwIox-x-iXl,^DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA.
OPEN^^DAY nucl TO-XG-aHCXS
MainSt., Helena.^J OS. APPOLONIO1, Proprietor.
TUBb(^st the Market affords and the sea^^son furnishes, dished up to guesta at^ALL HOURS during day or ntght. dl-tf
latMajcounty. Notary Public. C. B.^Kolrinson. Deer Lodge countv, Notarv^Public.
Incommittee of the VVhole on C B 3
Incommittee of the Whole.^H B No 3, to change the name of Edg-^f-rton county to Lewis and Clark county.^Referred to Special committee. Cul^^len. Corum, Watson.
HJ R No 1, on final passage. Ayes^6^nays 0^Adjourned.
December14.^Met in pursuance to Governor's Proc^^lamation.
Prayerby Rev. Bishop Tuttle.^Officers and attaches remaining in^office at adjournment of Fourth session,^on motion of Word reappointed for^Extra session.
Rulesof Fourth session adopted.^Speaker contined standing committees^of Fourth session.
Onmotion ol Word, Mr. George J.
WEwould most respect tally announce to the^public that we hare perfected arrangements
eminenthas shown us the importance,^nay, the absolute necessity, of whole^^some and proper military laws ; and I^do trust the Legislature will before it^adjourns enact such laws as will meet to supply^our demands. The past expedition^against the Indians made it necessary to^appoint certain officers, amongst which^were an Adjutant General. Quartermas^^ter and Commissary. The latter would^only act nominally in times of peace, but^the Adjutant General is an indispensible^officer to the Executive Department, at^all times, especially now, as a large^amount of business is to be transacted,^and will be yearly for probably all time^to come.
Thebill you have had under consid^^eration meets the demand as nearly as^any that could be drawn in my judg- ,
ment,but I submit the whole matter to j 19 V/f/l af* Co.*
* In this connection it would be well'^for me to call your attention-to a sugges- j^tion made in my annual message in re^^gard to the small arms and artillery,^together with the ammunition left in^Helena.
Asmall magazine was built in that^city at the expense oi the Government,^and now holds the small arms in boxes,^and the ammunition. The artillery,
/^ e^f. itf/fUJ,
Rea was appointed second assistant I however, as I learned last night for the Tt -^ rt #^Tfc nHpw
clerkvice Mr. John Clarkson promoted. , first time, is out doors, and being injuredanmw aaa mm *
Onmotion, Messrs. Weston, Anderson | from exposure
andTennant, appointed to request the^Council to meet the House in joint con^^vention, at 2 p. m.^Recess.
l'ourliberality has bestowed on Vir^^ginia City a sum sufficient to secure^ail here, and I trust in recommending^an appropriation for Helena you will be^equally as kind. After inquiring into^the matter, I am sure the sum of fifteen j^Word introduced H B No I, the Civil I hundred dollars, the sum appropriated .^Practice Act. Referred to committee of to build an armory here, will be sufficient the other,
atwhich places it can always he had at rrarket^price.
Weare alsojprr(tared to furnish Butchers with^Beef Cattle on short notice.
Allcattle belonging; to our herd are branded,^one lot
CominUsloiier*'Sale of Quart as^Property and ^lunrur. Jflill.
N'OTICEis hereby giieu that we will, by rlrtue^of an order and de. of sale of the District^Wan of the 1st Judicial Uistrict in and tor the^county ol Madison aud lerritory of Moutaua. pro^^ceed to ^ell ftrt- cash to the bifrtiest bidder. ^t Vir-^ghala t ity, MadUon county. M. T.. on Saturday,^the U#lu day of Uecetnoer, lStiT, before the front^door of the sheriff's othVe in said city, all the right,^titles and interest of Win. B. Napton, George F.^Com, and the be rs of Win. N. Ha^land, deo'd. in^liini to the follow inn described pr^^|^erty, to wit:
theSK fifty ( ^U^ feet or claim Noi, 3 K on the^Hersbel lode; ulso, the S fifty u^ ) feet of claim No^h. s e on the Hershel Extension hide; also, the N^W fifty :30) feet olclaim No 2, N K on the VJuil-^poo-you lode: also, the north fifty .T4) feet of claim^No 3, nonh on the E Fluribus L'uum lode; also, the^h fifty (50/ feet of claim No 1, Son the lvauhoe^lode;'also, the N fifty (SO) feet of claim No2 south^on the Oriental lode; also, the N titty (SO) feet of^the discovery claim on the Oriental awMap on; also^the east fifty feet of claim No 1. V. on the Vesuvius^lode- alse, the west fitly (50) feet of claim No^east, of the Alveretta lode; aho, the S K fifty (30J^feet of rl.tlm No 4, S K ou the Albion lode; also^the S K flrty [fiO] feet of claim No 1, fi k on on the^Jupiter lode. also, the 8 twenty-live of 12.1J feet of^claim No 4. N K on the Hydebale; ^also, the N W^fifty feet 150] feot of claim No 4 S E on the Marine^lode; also the S W fifty [.^] feet oi claim No 3 8 E^on the Gen Scott lode; also N E fitly |50J feet^of claim No ii N E on the Orioo lode; also the S W^titty  feet of cltim No 2 8 E on the Old Mor^^tality lode; also tbe 3 E fifty |50] feet of claim No^2 8 K on the Accupulco lode; all in hot spring d:s^triot. Also the east fifty [.V1J ^eet of elaiin No 1^east of the Housel lode; also the east fifty  leet^of the discovery claim ou the O.ni Voorheea lode;^also the east fifty leet of claim No 3 east on tbe Uan^Vooihies lode; also the west fifty  feet of discov^^ery claim ou the Lucy Miller lode; also the east^fifty (50/ feet of claim No 5 west o-i the Lucy Miller^lode; alaw tbe went (50) fifty feet of tbe disoovery^claim on the Federal ^^^te; also tbe west flity ^feet ot claim No 5, east, on the federal lode; also,^tbe E fifty 50 feet of claim No 2 E on the Ma-^giarue lode; ^\m^. the E fifty 50 feet of claim No S,^west, on the Judge llosuier lode; also the west fifty^50 feet of claim No 2, west on the Melvoae lode; al^^so, the west fifty 50 feet of claim No 3 west on the^Montrose lode; also, tbe !S W fifty 50 feet of claim^No 2 N W on the Elisabeth lode all in Norweigen
1li.trict. Also, the south fifty 50 feet of claim No
2north on tbe Matilda lode; also, claim No 5 S E^on the Efiinirham lode; also, claim No 3 N E on^tbe Millie kale; also claim No 5 3 VV ou tbe Martha^hate; also claim Mo 5 N oa tbe Statler lode; al*o^claim Ne 1 E on the Field lode; also claim No 2^N ou the ^ireat Ea|*-ctatious lode; also claim No 3^north on tbe Maccalimoa; also claim No 1 ^ E on^tbe Kowena hale- also claim No 5 S W on Foiiy^No 2 lode; also 200 leet, more or less, on tbe Ceu-^ti|^side haje; aim* claim No 2 S W on tbe Carditier;^also the N K fifty 50 feet of clutm No 1 N E on the^Boreas hale, tilso tbe N E tilii 50 feet of claim No^1 N E on tbe Joints ^i. Extension hale; also tbe N^i: l.Ity 50 feet of claim No 1 ^i E on on the Mound^hale; also the N E twenty-five 25 feet ol discovery^aWai on the J. ii. Millard lode; also the N E^tw^ uty-Hve 25 feet of discovery claim on the Hoi^low lode; also tbe ei:st fifty 50 feet ol claim No 2^west ou the Lucy Miller lode; also tbe N W titty^5^J feet of claim No USE on tbe Elizabeth lode: al^^so tbe 3 W fifty 50 feet of claim No 3 N E on the^Moutrose lode; also tbe east fifty 50 feet of claim^No 1 E on the Federal lode; also claim No 4 N E^on the Millie bale; also cluim No 2 E ou the Field^ode; also cluitii No 5 3 ou tbe Great Expectations^lode; alsocluim No4 N on the Maccatimon hale;^also claim No 3 3 E on the Kowena hale; also claim^No 4 N E ou the Gardiner lode; also claim No 3 N^E ou tbe Millie lode; also claim No 1 west, and the^discovery claim ou tbe Field lode, being 4j0 feet ;^also chtim No 3 3 ou tbe Oreat Expectations lode;^aiso claim No 2 north on tbe Miiccaiiiuon lode;^also claim Nu 2 8 E ou tbe Kowena lode; also claim^No 2 N W on tbe .Mountain Lion hale; also claim^No2N h on the Gardiner bale; also the east half^of claim No 2 west on tbe Dan Hale lode; also claim^Nu 4 N on tbe lvauhoe lode; also tbe east half of^claim No 3 west on tbe Colo Faxe lode; also tbe^west half of cluiin No 2 west ou tbe lMu Hale lode;^also tbe uortb half of discovery claim on tbe E Flu^^ribus L'uum hale, being It mi feet; also tbe west^half ol claim No 5 west on the Vesuvius lode; also^the west balf of claim No 2 west on the Alvaretta^lode; also tbe east balf ot claim No 4 west ou tbe^Albion lode- also tbe north ball of claim No 2 N^on tbe Marine lode; also the north hall of claim^No 1 north on tbe Esop lode; also the 3 balf of^claim No 2 south on tbe Hershel Kxteusiou lode^also claim No 2 3 W ou tbe Amigo hale, in Wil^liame' gulch district. Also the north bait of ciaim^No 2 north on tbeCoto Paxi hale; Also the 9 K 100^feet ot ciaim No5 northwest on tbe Oriental Exten^^sion lode; aiso tbe west 100 feet of claim No 3 west^on tbe Vesuvius Kale; aiso the northwest 100 leet ol^ciaim No 2 northwest on the Jupiter lode exten
ion;also the east 100 leet of claim No 2 west on tbe^L^an Haie lode; aiso the west fifty 50 feet of discov^^ery Claim ou tbe Kta;bester Kale; also tbe 8 E fifty^50 feet of ciaim .No 2 3 E on the Marion lode; aiso^tbe northwest 11)0 'eet of ciaim No 1 northwest ou^tue Jupiier (ale; also ciaim No 4 3 E on tbe Dan^Vorbees lode; aiso ^^ aim No 2 northeast on tbe^Moutrose lode; aiso claim No 1 southwest on tbe^Oro Fino i ode; atsotbe at ufhwest fifty 50 feet of^discovery claim on the Oro Kino lode ; aise ciaim^No 1 northeast on tbe 3abastiiKiie Kale; aiso the N^E 50 feet of discovery Claim on the Sabustipole^lode: aiso ciaim No 1 northeast on the Poro Tempo
ode;aiso tbe northeast fifty 50 feet of aiscovery^ciaim on tbe I'oro Tem|M^ lode; aiso ciaim No 1 N^E ou the Iiueu Viste lode; also the northeast titty^50 feet of discovery claim ou Jbe llueu Vista lode;^also the south fifty 50 feet of discovery ciaim anil^claim No 1 8 on tbe Miry Kico hale; also claim No^3 uorthwest sa the Megatherium Hale; aiso the N^VV tiny feet of claim No 2 northwest on the Megath^^erium lode; aiso claim Nol nor;., ou tbe Mark An^thony lode; also the north fifty feet of discovery^ciuiiu on tbe Mark Autbouy lode; also ciaim No 2^northwest, being 20*^ feet; aud tbe northwest fifty^feet of claim No 3 uorthwest on the Cieopatta lode;^aiso, one undivided sixth interest in and to tbe fol^^lowing claims : Discovery ciaim aud claims num^^ber one east, and number one, two, three, four, five,^six and seven, west, on the Dundee lode; aiso dis^^covery claim and numbers one, two, three, four^and live, southeast, and numbers one, two and^three, northwest, on the Pony lode; also discovery^claim and claims number one. two, three, lour and^five, west, and claims number one, two and three,^east, on the Gold Hill lode No 2. Also a certain^fifteen stamp Quartz Mm with lot, buildings, en^^gine butoms, fixtures, appurtenances, improve^^ments and so forth, now belonging thereto or in any^wise appertaining. All lying and being situated in^Hot Kpring Mining District, Madisou cou.i.y, Mon^tana 't erritory.
Saleto commence at 11 o'clock A. M- of tluit^day.
WM.L. M. MATH.^WM. MORRIS,^WM Y. IAIVELL,
ommissiooers.Not, geth. Ifytwl w 171-173.
VJIsSMalaand retail dealer in
PH JS M I CJ A. 1j H,^LIQIORS,
WINDOW(.L Vss,^COAL OIL AND COAL OIL.LAIrIl^8,
VIRGINIACITY, M T.
HelenaAdvertisements^KING- ^ GlLLiT
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Moneyadvanced on merehaun.se. and fraxU aaasl^in a fire-proof warehouse.^wla^^KINO at GILLETT.
WarrenHustty, I Frank Palmer, | c. L Dahi-^.sa.t Lake City. | Denver. j V irgio^'
w\ it it i n in ^*i:v ^v t o.,
Denverand Central City, Colorado Ter^^UMall, DAHLER ^ | o
SaltLake City, Utah,^^And
Virginialily and Helena, n. T.,
DRAWKX^ HANflB ON^San Francisco,
on all Parte oi Earope*.
Collectionsprosaptlr attended^Virginia City, July 4th. 1866. [-J3
WALI A OB VIRGIN/A ( ITY.
IXthis Market will be found, at all seeswDi of the^year, dressed in the most
Andof the best quality obtainable for none.)
Game,Large aifti Small,
EveryArticle in their Line.
tiPhyslrlans' Prescription* are^arelully Com ^o tin Jed. ifm
Noticesof several bill* were piven^^when the Houpe went into committee
oR. R.^ As some of the herd have^to meet the demands there.I ^**yed or boost stolen, all perrons are warned
Ifsome arrangement is not made to lpnrchaaiag ^t^k^b^n^Tn^fr^RnKu^-
protectthis property, then 1 will be com-1 Block Tail DeerCreek. aovJOwtf
WEHAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND X^LARGE supply of
BREWERYFIXTCRE8,^BEER REUS, ETC.
Allorders in our lino of business will be promptly^attended to.
itf^ The large stock necessitated^by their extensive business enable*^purchasers to make a selection ex^^actly suiting their tMte,
tT~Customers waited upon and^their orders promptly exet^tt^l^Young persons sent to this estab^^lishment will be especially attended^to.134