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The Montana Pst
D. W. TILTOI, SEo. I. DYTS
D. W. TILTON & CO.,
PublIshers aad Pr.prlet.rs.
ope. at hA Ca B"k ors . arW of WAlrs" .s
Jreos" rias. VrginsJ Cd,.
T orms SusriptUo :
.se opy. one year, ...................... 00
do. six months,.................... 5 00
do. three moth.................. 3 5C
Itas of Advertiisg:
Dasiess Cards, 5 lies or lose, 3 months.. $ 6 00
do. do do. 6 moths,.. 10 00
do. do. do. 1 year.... 15 00
**e aqua·s, tea lines or lees, 1 Inertio, .. 4 00
do. do. do. 2 do. 6 00
do. do. do. 1 mooth,..... 10 OD
do. do. do. 2 do. ..... 13 00
do. do. do. 3 do. ..... 15 00
do. do. do. 6 do. ..... 25 00
do. do. do. 1 year,....... 35 00
'wo sqcraes, I inrti,,n... 6 00
d 2 do. ................ 8 00
do. I month,................... 12 00
do. 2 do. ................... 1800
d,.. 3 do. ................... 24 00
do. ri do. ................... 40 00
do. 1 year. .................... 63 00
Due-eighth column. I insertion............ 8 00
de. do. 2 do. ........... 12 00
do. do. I month .......... 18 00
do. do. 2 do. ............. 25 00
do. do. 3 do. ............. 30 00
do. do. 6 d . ............ 50 00
do. do. 1 year ............... 70 00
Oba-sixth column, insertion. ..........., 10 00
do. do. 2 do. ............. 15 00
do. do. I month ................ 20 00
do. do. 2 do .............. 30 00
do. do. 3 do ................ 36 00
do. do. 6 do ................ 5500
do- do. I yesr,... ........... 80 00
t-fourth column. insertion,............ 12 00
do. do. 2 do. ........... IP 00
do. do. I month, ............ 2, 00
do. do. 2 do. ............... 36 00
do. do. 3 do. .............. 45 00
do. do. 6 do. .............. 65 00
do. do. 1 year,................. 90 00
One-half column, 1 insertion,............. 20 00
do. do. 2 do. ............. 25 00
do. do. I month, ............... 35 00
do. do. 2 do. ............... 45 00
do. do. 3 do. ............. 55 00
do. do. 6 do ................ 80 00
do. do. 1 year .................. 115 On
On column, 1 insertion, ................. 30 00
do. 2 do ...........4..... 40 00
do. I month, ......... ...... ... 55 00
do. 2 do ................... 75 00
do. 3 do. .................... 90 00
do. 6 do. .................... 140 00
do. 1 year ..................... 200 00
Loe*al W.sUcehs-One dollar per lime for three
-aes or less; 75 cents per line for tea lines or les ;
50 cents ier line t,fr eleven lines or more.
MONTANA LEGISLATURE -
C'B 47, su!,stitute on final passage.
Ayes 6-nays 0.
Mr. Bagr introducel C J R No 10 ask
ing Judges Hosmer and Munson to re
sign. On final passage. Ayes 5---nays 2.
U1J R 9, final passage. Ayes 4
H B 54, final passage. Ayes 6-nays 1
Messrs. Corum Cullen, and Orr ap
pointed as Council members of joint
comnoittee to wait on the Governor and
give notice of re.oiution to adjourn.
Mr. Rand offered the following •
BRewoled, That Thos. B Wade, 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
durine the session
Mr. Bagg offered the following:
Resolved, By the Council of the Leg
islative Assembly of the Territory of
Montana, that we tender our regards to
the Hon. James Tufts, fcr the prompt,
efficient and affable manner in which
he has tcilitated the legislation in this
body, as Secretary of the Territory of
Bagg offered the following:
Reqolved, 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 o;" the Sec
retary of the Territory, for this body,
during the present session.
Mr. Davis 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.
Joint Resolution to adjourn sine die at
12 midnight, amended to read at 9 p. m.,
and the hour having arrived the Coun
cil of the Fourth Session, adjourned.
Prayer by the Chaplain.
H B 34. Hospital Bill, indefinitely
C J B 8. Reported favorably, and on
final passage-Ayes 10, nays 0.
Patton, Select, reported C B 33, recom
mending indefinite postponement.
Adopted. Ayes 7, nays 5.
word, Judiciary, reported C B 23.
(Lamier divorce,) recommending it be in
some way disposed of. Indefinitely post
Anderson, joint Conference, reported
H B 61, that no amendments could be
a J UO.-Referred to Ways and
Word, joint Conference, reported H B
30 had not been agreed upon, and re
commended H B 54 be returned to Coun
cil for amiedment.
C J B 9, ncreasIng Compensation to
CB Robinson and J -M Clarksom, Extra
Assistant Clerks. Referred to W ays and
CJ R 10, referred to Territorial Af
Notice from the Governor tbht he had
approved HJ M No 6and H B's 7, 4
and 11; also, H JR No 8.
Mr Speaker oered the following :
RB md, That the thanks of this
House are hereby tendered to D W Til
lon & Co., peopriete~s af the MouerA a
Pont, fr heir pntrpulisty oe pentpi
ad deliverig to this Rose per of
the journals and doepmepas daring this
seesion of she Legisl Adopted.
Mr AS k et, t uesr+ýg.. r atn,
"on ar. sautsidisa a.m brought
to kbar i" A and
Mr PA AlI'.da ted . l r- Clerk
by .alamtionm - -
Mr Word offered the following :
2 uemI, That the tha.ks of thb
House are hereby tendered to the Hon.
Wellington Stewart, Speaker of this
Ho.se, for the eoammendable impartiality
and manly dignity with which he has pre
sided over the dellbertiom of this
House during the fourth session of the
Legislative Assembly of Montana, to the
several clerks, sergeantat-arms, door
ke.*per and Bremen, for their promptness,
industry and attention to their duties
doring the labors of this session. Adopt
Mr Stewart introduced H J R No 11,
authorizing the Auditor to draw war
rants in favor of certain House attaches.
Amended by including all the attaches
Rhodes. Ways and Means, reported C
J R No 9 unfavorably.
(allaher reported favorably, with
Rhodes report adopted.
Messrs. Anderson, Word and Weston
appointed from House on joint commit
tee to wait on the Governor, and notify
him of resolution to adjourn.
CJRNo 10, put on final passage.
Ayes 8-nays 4.
The Governor sent in his Proclamation
conveaning Extra Session.
Notice from the Governor that he had
approved H B 25.
Rhodese-Wars and Means reported
J H R No 9, recommending non-concur
rence in Council amendments. Amend
ments concurred in.
C B 60, Germain divorce, indefinitely
Notice from the Governor of his ap
proval of H B 54.
Stewart offered 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, Secretari,
for their assistance and services render
ed to the members of the House of Rep
resentativesat the fourth session thereof.
Adjournment resolution amended to
read 9 p. m., instead of 12. midnight. 9
p. m.. House adjourned the fourth ses
sion idre die.
Met at 12 m., and organized.
Rand offered a resolution that the of
ficers And attaches of the Fourth Session
should be retained. Adopted.
Resolution adopted app uinting 2 p. m..,
as the hour for Joint convention to re
ceive communication from the Governor.
On motion of Watson, the rules of
the Fourth Session were adopted.
The President continued the standing
committees of the Fourth Session.
Council met House in Joint conven
On motion of Word, a committee of
three was appointed to wait on the (yov
crnor and intorm him of the organiza
tion of the Legislatmue. C(ommittee
Word, Orr, Tennant.
Mr. Word announced His Excellency
Governor Smith who delivered his Me
sage to the bodies. convention dissolved.
Rand introduced C B 1, an act provid
ing for holding regular termsof Probate
court at Philiplburgh,Deer Lodge county
On final passage. Ayes 5-nays 0.
Rand introduced C B No 2, an act
to provide compensation to the Secreta'y
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
Corum introduced C B 3, an act to
provide for the collection of Revenue.
Referred to committee of the Whole,
and so considered.
In committee of the Whole.
Communication from the (overnor
announcing certain appointments. In
Confirmed-Wellington Stewart, Jef
ferson county. Notary Public, C. B.
Robinson, Deer Lodge county, Notary
In committee of the Whole on C B 3
In committee of the Whole.
H B No 3, to change the name of Edg
erton county to Lewis and Clark county.
Referred to Special committee. Cl
len. Corum, Watson.
HJ R No 1 on inal passage. Ayes
6 -nays 0
Met in pursuance to Governor's Proc
Prayer by Rev. Bishop Tuttle.
Offcers and attaches remalning In
office at adjournment of Fourth session,
on motion of Word rerppo1nted for
Rules of Fourth sessika adopted.
Speaker coatined standing committees
of Fourth seeiom.
On motion of Word, Mr. George J.
Rea was appointed seeond assistant
clerk vice Mr. John Cl.arkso premeýd.
On motio, Messrs. Wesson, Anderson
and Tennant, appointed to reqnest the
Coauncl to meet the Rouse la jint eom
v.etioa, at 3 p. m.
`I Joist cosvessu .
Wand istI@Id X B No 1, the a(n
Pnaetlc Act. Rflekd to esmta.. of
Nodels of inwmn l U. vm givum
whea she Rome west let. ..mmitt..
of the ao to al derd aR No 1. Mr.
Weservort- bill to t
and e. to
On of y, BiH 1, rep
Prayer by Chn!aln.
Tenasnt iatrodaced H B 2, to provide
for orgauntang and deciplitdlg the
i.liiia lorees of the Territory. ebferred
to eem Smt.t e mtiewy a&imis.
Word, Judticary, reported H B No 1,
recommeading that the printed copy be
substituted for the manu.cript and that
the bill pas .
Comly introduced R J R No 1, author
izIng the Auditor to isaue certain war
rants. On final passage. Ayes 10
CB No 1, read and referred to slect
committee Boewell, Edwards, Wood.
C JR No 1, On motion of Word laid
Prayer by Chaplain.
Rhodes introduced H B No 8, chang
ing the name of Edgerton county to
Lewis and Clark county. On final paes
sage. Ayes '-nays 0.
Tennant Introduced H J R No 2, to
give the Superintendent of Public In
struction compensation. Referred' to
Ways and Means.
(Gallaher introduced H B 4, an act to
promote the agricultural, mechanical
and mineral interest of Montana. Re
terred to select committee. Gallaher,
•,Gallaher introduced H B No 5. to
amend the act establishing the bounda
ry lines of J, fferson county. Referred
to select committee. Kennerly, Galla
Edwards introduced H B 6. to divorce
II. B. Steel and Roena A. Steel.
Green Clah Smith, Governor
To the Extra semslom, Dee. 14,18867.
Gentletmen of the Cou.cil and House of
You have been called together in ex
traordinary ression to complete very
important and necessary laws.
When your 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 beforef
adjournment, could not be examined and
reported to the Legislature.
As your session is for a special pur
pose, particularly to examine and pemss
the Civil Practice and Revenue Bills, it
is to be hoped that subordinate matters
will not interfere with your main object.
I will be allowed, however, to call
your attention to the importance of cir
cumscribing by law the limitless power
of the Executive in military affairs.
By a joint memorial to Congress, passe
ed at your last session, it was emphati
cally declared more than twice that war
with the Indians the coming spring was
imminent, and,as you believed,could not
be avoided without certain treaties on
the part of the General Government.
Now if these treaties should not be madA
if your position in the memorial be tra-,
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
dians, must assume the c >mmand and
As matters now stand he has the right,
if he chooses to exercise it, to place any
number of men in the field he choosee,
and to officer them at will with any -ank,
anti that too at the expense of the Ter
This is all wrong, and places too much
and too dangerous a power in the hands
of one man.
When a matter of such importance is
Flaced at the will of one man and no re
sponsibility attached, if he should be a
reckless and careless officer, great ex
pense and even bankruptcy might come
upon the Territory.
Experience in the States and the Gov
ernment has shown us the importance,
nay, the absolute necessity, of whole
some and proper military laws; and I
do trust the Legislature will before it
adjoarms enact such laws as will meet
our demands. The past expedition
against the Indians made it necessary to
appoint certain officers, amongst which
were an Adjutant General, Quartermas
ter and Comnissary. The latter would
only act nominally in times of peace, but
the Adjutant General is an indispensible
officer to the Executive Department, at
ail times, especially now, as a large
amount of business is to be transacted,
and will be yearly for probably all time
The bill you have had under conald
eratlem meets the demand as nearly as
may that amid be drawn la my jude
meat, but I sa.bpt the whole matter to
your conside atkom.
r In this omeostio it would be well
for me t..aU your atteate4o a sugge.
ti.a made ia my ammasl mes.sg la a
Sard to the emall arms sad artillery
tg-aether with the ammauntion left In
A small magmse was built in that
city at the epemase ol the S vrm met,
sad msw holds the small arms Ia bezes,
sad the amminaltio. The artillery,
however, as I learned last aght for the
rat time, it ouat deer, ad belt ljased
fIYour i I y has bestows4 n Via
gila City a sa·m sumcleot to secure
al here, mad I trsa I reoameendlag
a1 Aerisi hHdel ye will be
equj as kiw. Afee ll i
the astter, I am the asu of
*0 badeMA them wiprllhas siUL
Siat ma .demt mes ths.
I- soma - ssaen" is h et l adeto
pseet this peeput, them l wil)sesm.
t o 1 to armoie ry .hre.
i e, to rlve ony
of trom 5as may aeded
in Oat di any me; the
ivare loto Inlak
kee a portion of n e arms belong
Your attention is ,gain called to the
pEAueieitry gq.ueen. I onlty efer you
to a special mesage to the regular ses
sioe jpon this sujoest.
I gel sauered yo~ will not allow the
revenue bill to go unheeded. A meae
ure of so much finportane and one for
which this special session was called,
should meet your earnest onnaideration.
Under the bill as it now is. in the main,
it is eonadently believed by many of the
beet financiers of the Territory, the debt
of the Territory can be almost, if not en
tirely, liquidated in twelve months.
I must again ask you to well consider
the responability under which you
should pisee 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
sessments and collections.
The act regulating Probate Courts did
not receive my approval, from the fact,
first, it came to me near the close of your
regular session, and was of so much iam
portanoq and of such great length, that
it could not receive that thought and
attention it required; second, if the COvil
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 more definite conclusion
Hoping your extra session may be
pleasant and the ofbjects for which it was
called together be accomplished in the
time designated, I submit these few crude
suggestions for your deliberation.
GREEN CLAY SMITH.
H US NhESS CARDS.
Woolfolk, Pemberton & Toole
ATTORNEYS at Law, Helena, Montana,
No. 21 Bridge Street, up staire. Practice
in all the Courts. dl*
L. W. FRARY,
SURGICAL and MECHANICAL
DI)E 'r i r T.
TWVO doors east of the Post ofice, Virgilia City
M. T. 8ingle and complete setts of teeth in
serted in the best style known to the profesico
All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
Wilbur F. Sanders,
A TTORNEY at Law, opposite.Planters' Hones,
SIdaho street. 140
JOHN G. VETTER,
JOOT AND SHOEMAILER, No. 3, Jackson
street, Virginia City, Mootaa-. Particular
ttenstion paid to the mnorfature of Gents' fine
bouts. Keeps constantly on hand large stock of
French calf-skins ; also, kip and sole leather. All
of the inest quality. 132
N Inmense variety of Blank Books and Memo.
A r ndem Just ree.ied at the City Book Store
G~UN-DEALER. opposite Gurney & Co 's, Wal
Slace Street, Virginia City. Repairing noet;y
James N. Williams,
FASHIONABLE Hair Dreing and Shavi.g
Saloon, Bridge street, Helena, Mootana Terri
Internation al Hotel,
Helena, - - - - Montana Territory,
G. JULES GERMAIN, Proprietor. 133
Y. CARROLL, OGo 8TmEL.
CARROLL & STEEL.
Forwarding Storage and Dealers in (Gen
FortBenton, U. T.
SILVER BOW HOTEL,
DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA.
Walla Walla Restaurant
Main St., Helena.
JOb. APPOiSaNII Proprietor.
THB best the Market afords and the sea
son furnishes, dished up to guests at
ALL HOURS during day or night. dl-tf
W E would most respsetfally aumeoace to the
publie that we have perfected arrangements
F. Rt. .~er k R Co.
t whik plem Is es always be bhd at aruk
We .masdnmmil ho Dud ehes eel
-.eer Case errrk seWie.
An eM.ie betamng to ear baee ahe beded,
Le eher, '0. I ." M smse of b here have
Et nhmsr senss wa e.e wemseo
a1m. lsl.onrs' Sale otquur it
Properfy sad arts ima.
N.OTICE is herebyv ieu tht we will, by virtue
_ of a order ad ra tmle eo the Disrict
trt of the let J lDistriet I. and for the
Ou.?t of Madl·s and lerritory of Montana, pru
d to sell for eash to the bighest bidder, at lr
-giiai tity, Madiem county. M. T., on Saturday,
the lfith day of iMeanm , r1867, before the frout
dour of the hBeriff's dtile In said city, all the right,
title and interest of Win. B. Napti, George F.
Coe, aend the be'rs of Wm. N. Ragland, dec'd, in
ad4 to the &fllowieg descrihed property, to wit:
1 be K fifty (50) feet of claim hN 4, E on the
Hershel lude; also, the S ffv (5)) feet of claim No
5, 8 L a the Her el Extesiton h de; also, the N
W fifty ;50) feet of claim No 23 N E an the Qnil
m-yen lodtte; also, the north fifty 50 fbet of c!aim
No 3, norh on the E Pluribus Unum lode; also, the
- fifty (50/ feet ofelaim No 1, S on the Ivanhoe
lode; also, the N fitty (50) feet of elaim No. south
os the Oriental lude; al.n, the N fitty (50) feet of
the diseuvery claim eo the Oriental k.xtemsion; also
the east fifty feet of claim No 1. E on the Vesuvius
lode' alse, the west fifty (50) feet of claim No 2
east, of the Alveretta lode; alho. the 8 K fifty [503
feet of claim No4, 8 K tn the Albion lode; also
the 8 fifty (501 feet of claim No 1, 8 E on on the
Jupiter lode; also, the 8 twenty-five of (251 feet of
claim No 4. N E on the Hydelhle;'atlso, the N W
fify feet (50] feet of claim No 4 8 E on the Marine
lode; also the 8 W fifty [301 feet of claim No 3 8 E
on the Gen Scott lode; also N E fitty (50J feet
of cham No 2 N N on the Orino lode; also the 8 W
fitty  feet of claim No 2 S E on the Old Mor
tality lode; also the 8 E ffty (50] feet of claim No
2 8 K on the Accupnlco lode; all in hot spring d's
triot. Also the east fifty [(JJ feet of elihar No I
east of the Housel lode; also the erst fifty (50] feet
of the discovery claim on the DiJa Vuoorhen lotde;
also the east fifty feet of claim No.3 east on the Dbaa
Voos hies lode; also the west fifty (30] feet of disoiiv
ery claim on the Lucy Miller lode; also the east
fifty (50) feet of claim No 5 west uo- the Lucy Miller
lode; alis the west (50) finly feet of the discovery
nil;m on the Federal lotte; also the west flity (501
feet of claim No 5, east, on the Federal lade; also,
the E fifty 50 feet of claim N. '2 E on the Ma
gu'ue lode; also, the E fifty 50 feet ,f claim No 2,
west, on the Judge llumer lode; also the west fity
50 feet of claim No 2. west on the ).Ilv,.a l,.i-; al
so, :he west fifty 50 feet of claim ,o 3 west on the
Montrose lode; also, the S W fifty Lo feet of claim
No 2 N W im the Elisabeth Iode all in Norweigen
Diatrict. Also, the south fifty 50 feet uf claim No
2 north on the Matitda lode; alj,. claim i. No 5 8 E
om the Emloguham lude; als,. claimn No 3 N E on
the Millie lude; also lauinm No a S W onu the Martha
lode; also claim No .5 N on the Statler hloe; al.o
claim No I E on the Field Iode; also claim No 2
N oua the .reat Espectations lode; also claim No 3
north on the Maecalimun; also claim No 1 I E oK
the Rowena lode- lso claim No 5 8 W on Pony
No 2llde; also200ieet, moure or less, on the Ceu
tipside ltde; also claim No 2 . W ton the (;ardiner;
also the N K fifty 5.1 feet of claim No 1 N E ,in tihe
toreas lode, also the N i fit) i50 feet ,ofclAim No
1 N E .n the Johlns,.. Extension lode; also tlhe N
E fifty :50 feet of claim No 1 N " 'n on the Mound
lode,; also the N 1E twenty-five 2. feet of discovery
cai.n on the J. 11. Mlillard lode; also the N E
twouty-tive 25 feet ofdiscovery claimu on the Ilol
low lode; also the ee;st fifty 50 feet otr claim N.. 2
weston the Lucy Miller lode; also the N WV tiny
50 feet of claim No :t E 1 on the Elizabeth lode: al
so the 8 W ftiry 54) feet of claim No 3 N E on the
Montrose lode; also the east fifty 54) feet of claim
No 1 E on the Federal lode; also claim No 4 N E
on the Millie lode; also claim No 2 E on the Field
ode: also clulaiu No 5 5 on the Great Expectationts
hlte; alo claim Nuo4 N on the Maccatimon lode;
also claim No, 3" E on the Itowena Itl-e; also claim
No 4 N E on the Gardiner lode; also clati No 2 N
E on the Millie lode; also clun No I %% 0st. and the
discovery claim on the Field lode, being 4.J feet;
also claim No 3 ' on the Ureat Expectations lode;
aiso claim No 2 Inorth on the Mucllcailtnon lode ;
also c(hialn No 2 8 E ou the Rowena lode; also claim
No 2 N W" on the Mounltain Lion ldle; also claim
No2N hk on the Gardiner lode; also the east half
of claim No 2 west on the Dan Hale lode; also claim
No 4 N on the Ivauboe lode; also the east half of
claim No 3 wenton the Coto Paxe lode; also the
west half of claim No 2 west on the Dan Hale lode;
also the north half ofdiso.very claim on the E Plu
ribus Unum lode, being IOU feet; also the west
halfoutclaim No 5 west on the Vesuvius lode; also
the wept halrof claim No2 west on the Alvaretta
lode; also the east half of claim No 4 west on the
Albion lode- also the north half of clai No 2 N
,n the Marine lode; also the n'.rth half of claim
No 1 north on the Esop lude; also the S half of
claim No 2 south on the Hershel Exteuoun lode
also claim No 2 S W on the Amigo lode, in Wil
liam' gulch district. AIso the north half of olaim
No 2 ourth on the Coto Paxi ilode; Also the 8 EJ 100
feet out caim Nos northwest on the Oriental Exten
sion odle; also the west UK) feet of claiml No 3 west
on the Vesutvius Imde; also the northwest 10 t f-et of
claim No 2 northwest on the Jupiter tode elten
ion; also the east 1O0 leet ufclaim No2 west on the
Dan Hale iode; also the west tiny .50 feet of discov
ery caim on the Rochester rode; also the . E fifty
5ir feet of claton .A\2 E on the 41arin node; atso
the uorthwest 10J0 ,eet of claim No, 1 northwest ou
the Jupi.er ode; also CIaiti No 4 S E on the I)an
Voribees iude; also cuaimn No 2 northeast on the
Montruse Lode; also claim .No I southwest on the
Oro Fino tode; also the s uthwest fifty 54) feet of
discovery dmaim on the Oro Fino Iode ; arse cIaim
No 1 northeast on the Sabastilpoie tode; also the N
E ;i feet of discovery claim on the 1satmstipole
rode: also ctaim No I tnortheast on the Poro Tempo
ode; also the ourtheast fifty 30 feet of discovery
claim on the Prn Templu lode; also claim No 1 N
E on the Bues Viste ulde; also the northeast fifty
541 feet of discovery claim on the Uueu Vista lode;
also the south flfty 50 feet of discovery etaim and
claim No L on the Miry Rico lode; also claim No
3 northwest on the Megatherium rdle; also, the N
W fitly feet of claim Nu 2 northwest on the Megath
eriumnl de; also claim Nol norts on the Mark An
thony lode; also the north fifty feet of discovery
cisiw on the Mark Anthony tode; also cailts No 2
northwest, being 20' feet; and the northwest fifty
feet of claim N N: 3 northwest on the Cteopatra lode;
a-so, one undivided sixth interest in and to the tot
towing claims : Discovery elaim and claims num
ber one east, and number one, two, three, four. five,
six and seven, west, on the Dundee lode; also dic
covery claim and numbers one, two, three, four
and live, souiheast, and numbers one, two and
three, northwest, on the Pony lode; also discovery
claim and elaims number one, two, three. ftour and
five, west, and claims number one, two and three.
east. on the Gold Hill lode No 2. Also a certain
fifteen stamp Quartz Mitt, with lot, builkings, en
gine batcms, fixtures, appurtenances. irnIprove
sients and so forth, ,ow bekmging thereto or in any
wise appertaining. All lying and being situated in
Hot Spring Mining Dtstriet, Madison cou.ty, Mon
Sale to commence at 11 o'clock A. M. of that
WM. L. McMATII.
WM. Y. IA)VELL,
Nmov. 25th. 1P'" twl w 171-17:1.
Whel.eale and retaildealer ia
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
C 1. I IC.A. . 8,
COAL OIL AND 4cOAL OIL;LA.Is,
VIRGINIA CITY, M T.
. .P aa..9 PuerlIptlen.m a
H. S.GImbet, Christia. Riheat.
W z AVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
LAsGE inpply r
MALT HOPS, LAGER BEER,
,kR gKEGS, ETC.
A.1 .4us is .sr mU et nlm.. will be prsmpdlv
LING & GILLEDT
V / kh o l c~sal e I ) J A I 1 ý
Dry G oods,
Boots and Shoes,
M niey adraneed om vu'reblcitcc ·eN a8L 1 *., 1. ·,,,
in a fire-proof warehuuspe
w124 KING &
Warren Hussey, Frank Palmer, I C. L. Dahle.
bait Lake City. Denver. I IIrginila tly
WARREN IIUSE1Y & o'.,
Detrer ,led Central (City, C(vllrtld Ter
IIU SSEY, DAiiLER & Co.,
Salt Lake City, Ct1'li
Virglnla C(ty and Helena, 35. T.,
13A. I lE IJ24,
DRAW KXCIIANGE; ()N
on All Parts on Europe'.
f Colleetions promptly attended
Virginia City, July 4th. 1866. I:;
WIIOLEsALE AND IFETAIl.
BUTCHER & PURVEYOR
WALLA(' S7. VIRGINI. ('ITY.
AT Tl .
Metropolitan Meat Market.
IN this Market will be found, at all se~uons of be
year. dresed In the most
AR 7 ISTI(! STYL L,
And of the best quality obtainable t..r mone)
Game, Large aitl Small,
Every Article in their Line.
The large stock necessitlated
by their extensive business enables
purchasers to make a selection ex
actly suiting their taste.
IS "Customers waited upon and
their orders promptly exec!:ted.
Young persons sent to this estab
lishment will be especially attended