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THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, JAN_UA_Bjf_la_jgtfo
REPORT0 BY THE W. 0. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY POST.
trlitfive Floods In California ^^$k^Htheru News^ Fenians again,df^abollral Derd^-('D^t^r Vindicate*^^J.^*** Bu steed shot^Important^Mllftarv ^ hinge*-Pope and Ord^Relieved^Arms for Enros^e.
urine\^ ^^ idem*^ O'Neill President^of the Fenian Brotherhood - Jflex-^iean It^^ form .Ylovementa^ Burlin-^canie in Bu ilnmv~Prnlana^^Emancipation Celebrations^ Re^^ceptions^ Manton In the Arena;^Look out, Johnson.
SaltLake, Dec. 27.^Report* from Sacra-^^sento Vallej indicate n- destructire s flood^as that of '61 and '62. lhe whole valley i^^ssbenerged and travel suspended in every di^^rection.
Severalrailroad accidents have ocenrred.^caiued by the washing sway of the track and^resulted in loss of life. The American river^ia higher than ever known before. The levee^st Sucramento having withstood the flood, no^fear* will be herafter entertained for the safety^of the city. The levee* at Marysville were^Broken away, and the greater part of the city^overflowed.
Theroad over the Sierra Nevada mountains^a* rendered imputable for animal*. Toe^Bail and expreva matter from Virginia and^S*fcer places in Nevada were carried by men on^foot. Such a destructive atorm baa nevei^heretofore been known in the mountains.
EssFrascisco, Dec. 26.^The ship* Derby^^sfl Cslabao, which arrived yesterday, repoit^arversl shocks of earthquakes off Cupa Uorn,^Oct. 27. The shocks lasted thirty hours.
Bbbli.vDec. 27.^A general council of the^Zolverin, in which all the state* of North and^South Germany will be represented, will be^held at Berlin in March. Prussia has com^^menced the withdrawal of all troops from^Saxony except those at Fort Kouigstsrn.
Havana.P ^c. 27^Santa Anna denies any^intention ot going to Mexico.
Mostcoms.it.Ala., Dec. 27.^Prominent^radical- oppose the proposed constitution.^The BssaSkVillf Advocate, a radical paper, de-^smrrd* th^^ re-assembling of the convention to^modify the constitution, especially the clauses^about ^c'iool-, a.,d the franchise and registra^^tion acta.
NawYork, Dec 23.^The Herald's specis^^ssy* throughout many counties of Virginia s^seign of terror prevails. The freed men have^become desperate and are awaiting the ex-^fsctvTj distribution of lands and are seeking^revenge by burning booses, slaying c-ltle and^other outrage*.
ATimes special say* : Gen. Howard tbinks^Congress will hsve to provide relief for the^destitute people of the South by s general^distribution of food, the cost to be secured by^s lien upon their crop*.
ATime* special says: Sheridan ia acre-^served in hi* expression of sympathy with the^Fenians, bat has a policy of his own for csr-^ryiag out their views.
Thechance* for the purchase of St. Thorns*^are very slim in tht Senate.
NewYork, Dec. 28.^A Rio letter, iaiai^24th November, say* news from M on teredo^report* the English mail steamer Saturn was^lost in a terrible gale off that place a week^ago. She bad 400 person* a hour*, including^the EsgUeh minister, who was goin^ on a short^visit hosts. Only four persona were saved.
LoifDos,Dec. 27.^Another of tho*e fiend^^ish outrages which characterise the operation*^of the Fenians is jut perpetrated at Dublin.^As vasessUy large numl^^r of letters were^received at the poet office directed to promi^^nent officials, mode of explosive material, de^^signed to kill the person* addressed. Several^exploded before their real nature w.is a-cer^^tain rd, bnt no person has yet been killed. A^policeman who received one of toe letters was^horribly mangled. The Times (tats* that at^least $,000 special constable* are sworn in in^London. It calls attention to the grave pub^^lic changes and advise* provincial cities to im^^itate the example.
Chicago,Dec. 28.^Gen. Custar ha* written^s long letter defending him.elf from the^charges of which the court martial found him^gwilty. He complain* bitterly of the compo^^sition of the court that tried him, several of^the members being of inferior rank and some^prejudiced against him.
LowDow.Dec.27.^The accounts of Dickens'^enthu^iastic reception in Boston and New^York are received. The Time* praises the^Americans for their magnanimity.
Itis reported that Turkey has offered the^Cretans another government and named Prince^Christian as its head.
Virkiia,Dec. 27.^Von Busst cesses to be^president of the ministerial council, but re^^tains the portfolio of foreign affairs which^be has heretofore held.
London,Dec 28.^Dispatches from Bombay^announce the departure of Gen. Napier to take^command of the Abyssinian expedition.
TheFenians seem unusually active all over^the country. Dispatches are hourly received^relating to the contemplated movements by^the Brotherhood or some absolute assurance.^Telegrams from Cork report that about mid^^night a large body of men with blackened^faces stormed the Martello tower near Cork^and overcame and scattered the guard. The^victors hastily collected a quantity of arms^and ammunition and escaped. The late Fenian^operations bar* csossd great public excite^^ment. Many improbable rumors are afloat,^including one that a Fenian cruiser has been^seen off the cosst.
Mobile,Dec. 28.^L. V. B. Martin, Dis^^trict Attorney, shot Judge Bsstaed twice with^a revolver because the Jadge refused to quash^an isdictrmut against him. The wound is^not considered fatal. Martin had bean in^^dicted for revenue frauds.
Washi.iotoh.Dec. 2S.^Grant issued orde r^to-day by direction of the President, removing^Wen. Ord, who is directed to turn over his^command to Geo. Oilman and proceed to San^Francirco to take command of the department^of California.
Gen.McDowell is ordered to assume General^Ord'* command a* Boon ss relieved.
Gss.Pops u relieved and ordered to report^to headquarters of the army. Gen Meade is^appointed as Pops'* successor.
Gen.Swaine, an officer of tht Freedmen's^Bureau, is ordered to rejoin his regiment.
Madrid,Dec 23.^The Austrian frigate^Geuerra has arrived at Cadiz with the remains^of Maximilian.
ThessnMoas of the Cortss commenced yes-^t-srasry.
QueenIsabella'* *peech from the throne^pledged the support of the nation to the pro^^tection of the Pope'steraporal powsr.
Pari*.The. 23. ^ a be u.ll fer the reorgani^^sation of the army passed the Corps Leghdatiff^after anrVndment. Booher opposed the nine^Jksn service instead of eight. It carried after^^Vharp debate, SI op: osing vote*
AnotherFenian outrage was perpetrated ia^Dublin, ia an effort made to burn the general^postoffice by means of Greek Are. The at^^tempt was frustrated, and only a few letters^were destroy M*
Thelarge powder mill at Feversbam, twen^^ty miles from this city, was blown np and ut^^terly dent roved this afternoon. Ten persons^were killed. Cause of explosion unknown.
NewOrleaxs, Dec 251.^The Convention^has adopted an ordinance giving all political^and civil rights to person* without regard to^color, who bave been in the State one year.
Parsings**,Mass., Dec. 29.^The exten^^sive grist mills, together with the Isrge ele^^vator, were burned last sight. The milk^ware among t'ue Largest in New England.
NewYore, Dec. 29.^A movement is in^^augurated in this city to raise a regiment for^the Papal army.
Hartford,Dec. 29.^The Russian Govern^^ment has contracted witb the Colt Manufac^^turing Co. for 20,000 tferdan rifles.
ThePrussian Government has ordered one^hundred of Gatling'a revolving cannon, from^the same firm.
Wasbixgtos),Dec 29.^A private letter^from Senor Romero says the prospects con^^tinue satisfactory, and he thinks Mexico will^now have a permanent peace and a stable^government.
Charleston,Dec. 30.^Canby has issue^orders calling the Convention to meet a^Charleston Jan. 14th.
NewOrleans. Dec. 39.^The State Con^^vention of the Union League now in session^has unanimously nominated Chief Justice^Chase for President.
Chicago,Dec. 30.^The Times' special says^Ord was relieved at his own request. The^Tribune special says be wa* relieved at the^request of General Grant, who was not satis^^fied with hi* administration of afiVrs. Ord^proceed* immediately to California to relieve^McDowell.
Thereare excellent reason* for believing^the report* of destitution from the South, es^^pecially from Onl's District, are exaggerated.^The destitution i* rather prospective than^present, aud is largely occasioned by the dis^^missal of hand* by the planters, in violation^of contract*.
ThadSterens is preparing a speech in favor^of the Al. ka appropriation.
NewYore, L^ec 30.^A Hemld special^say* a number of leading Conservatives have^proposed in those Sui ^s recently gone Demo^^cratic to repeal the resolution ratii\ing the^1 Itb article of the Constitution.
ATribune special says it is understood the^new British Minister comes with full autbori^ty to reopen the question of the Alabama^claim*, with the view to effecting an amicable^adjustment. The public debt statement will^be ready Jan, 5th, and will be more favorable^than last months.
NewYore, Dec. 30.^Three men were ar^^rested to-day who have been identified a* the^robber* of the bank messenger of the $3,000,-^000 checks.
TheTribune, in an editorial on the removal^of Ord, says: Grant, in the reconstruction, is^a mere clerk; he ha* no t ower, no responsibili^^ty and is nothing more than a checked pawn^on the political chess board, while the Presi^^dent cor ci oli the game. It says if Grant has^any power, now is the time to use it.
TheWorld endorse* the removals; thinks^the President's strange message endorsing^Hancock was the indirect mode of explaining^the reason for the present action by announc^^ing that the principles adopted by Hancock^must govern the other military districts.
Wa8sji.gto!^, Dec 30.--The British and^American Weat Indian fleets will co-operate^in case of any revival of the slave trade.
GeneralLogan is .preparing a bill to estab^^lish a eivil service bureau to decide on the^qualifications of all applicants for places in^various Departments. Candidates from the^several States will be in proportion to the^members of Congress from each.
Thirteenthousand sod fifteen patents were^issued during the year.
Richmond,Dec. 30.^The account* tele^^graphed from here relative to the expected^risiug of the negroes in the ssuth-side coun^^ties are greatly exaggerated, no notic- of^apprehended danger is received by the Preed-^tu^n's Bureau, or at the military headquar^^ters. _
whichbave arisen witb other foreign Minis-^ister* reaidest st Pekin.
Onthe spproval of the appointment, Bar-^lingame will leave immediately via San Fran^^cisco.
Loudon,Dec. 31.^Two Head Centers, one^a Captain of the Fenian Brotherhood, bave^bees arrested in Wales.
TheGovernment is determined to prosecute^Sullivan, of the Dublin Nation, and other*^taking a conspicuous part i-i the recent fune^ral proceasiens.
Itis reported that the men who stormed the^Martello tower At Cork came from the United^State*.
Paris,Jan. 1.^The Mociteur says the for^mation of the new Italian Cabinet, under^Minnebra, is considered certain.
BaronVon Oali was received to-day as^Ambassador lrooi Prussia and the North Ger^man i onfederation. The Baron assured Na^^poleon of the ssrssst desire of the King of^Prussia for peace and a close friendship with^France. Napoleon expressed in warm terms^bis approval of the unity of Northprn Ger^^many, and hoped the Baron would c ntinue^to promote peaceful relations between Prus^^sia and France.
Florence,Jan. 1.^The King, in reply to^an address of both house* of the national Pai-^liament, says Italy ia now passing through a^crisis surrounded by foes, but hoped for good^results, and advises the Parliament and people^to be calm.
London,Dec 2.^Dispatches announce that^a large party of Fenians atucked the bouse^of Charles Mat hew last night, near Cork. He^is a brother of the late Father Mathew. For^^tunately the Mathew family were apprized of^their intention* in time to successfully repel^the attack. Quite a large force was quickly^collected and concealed in the mansion. The^marauders met a galling fire and incontinent^^ly fled, carrying off several wounded.
Cbicaoo,Dec. 2.^Emancipation Day was^celebrated by the negroes of Richmond,^Charleston and other Southern cities, by pa^^rade*, speeches, Ac
Washington,Dec. 2.^Mi. Burlingame^telegraph* Secretary Seward that he has been^appointed by the Chinese government as En^^voy to the Western Powers, and will leave^immediately. It i* understood bis acceptance^vacate* the China mission, which temporari^^ly devolves upon Williams, Charge ue Af^^faire*.
TheNew Year'* reception at the White^House was the most htHlisst in several years.^The receptions by the heads of departments^were also crowded and marked by ^ood feel^^ing. Gen'l Grant's house was crowded from^noon till night.
Vienna,Dec. 2.^Tbe government has for^^bidden recruiting for the Papal wriny.
Chicago,Dec. 2.^The Post's special says^the report on tbe case pf Stanton is com^^pleted and will be presented to tbe Senate on^Monday. Stanton has made a very clear cose.^The report will fully exonerate him from the^charges of the President. Tbe report goes^still farther and will throw much light upon^the secret actions of tbe President, hitherto^enshrouded in mystery. There is beliered to^be no doubt of Stanton's reinstatement.
Itis probable Grant will at once retire,^even if ordered to remain by the President.
Paris,Jan. 2.^A deputation of the Corps^Legislatif visited tbe Emperor on New Year's^Day. The President made the customary ad^^dress of congratulations. The Emperor in^reply urged the speedy passage of tbe bill for^tbe reorganization of tbe army, and declared^it indispensible to i.he safety of tbe Empire^Florence, Jan 2.^In a public speech yes^terday. Victor Emanuel declared it was tbe^unanimous decree that Rome should be the^capital of the nation, but the treatment of the^question demanded patience on tbe part of^the people.
NewYore, Jan. 3.^A Havasa special says^the rebellion in Yucatan was started by Santa^Anns, who furnished the money and men. It^is reported be failed to interest several French^officer* in tbe scheme.
Itis rumored the Mexican Congress is about^to authorize the increase of the army to 18,-^000 men, at a cost of $100,000.
WHOLESALEPRICE CUHRENT^FOR MERCHAND TM K
UnitedStates CURRENCY^ at [PAR,^CORRECTED WEEKLY.
VirginiaCity. M. T., Nov. 22. ;a67.^INon-reeident reader* will pleas.* bear In mind^that our quotation* are based u|^on actual tr.ineac-^tions, and are greenback prices for goods by the on-^i ual packages. Tbe retail price* range about tea pat^asat above quotations.)
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Primecanvassed ^ tb
YoungHysoi 4P ID
Werk'sCiuciriiati *^* IB
Rioohoice ^ ft
Field'sSteatiued case28 00
IVmi hie tap* fuse
SYKLIU.Belcher'* Ot. S., St. I,., ^* 10 gal.
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Wa8HI3igtoc, Jan. 1.^General Tom is or^General Sherman will be put in command of^the Eastern District, to succeed Meade.
GeneralCxnby ha* called a Convention in^North Carolina, to meet at Kaleigb on the^14tn inst.
Montgomery,Jan. 1.^Of 23 nominations^made by the lute Repnblican Convention, all^but 11 declined to be candidate*.
Pari*,Dec. 31.^Adelina Patti i* to be mar^^ried to tbe Marquis De Coux, an officer of the^Imperial hou*ebold.
Anofficial decree has been published, ap^^pointing the members of the Corps Legislatiff^for the next five years. It will con8i*t of 292^members.
Bkrlie,Dec. 31.^A petition again*t the^annexation of any of the West India Island*^is receiving many signatures here.
St.Lout*, Jan. 1.^The Republican pub^^lishes a list of tht casualties of steamboats on^the western waters last year. It shows 12S^accidents of sdl kinds, 82 of which resulted in^the total destruction of the boats. Tbe loss^of property is $640,000. Seventy-seven lives^are known to have been lost by these acci^^dents.
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onenow practicable,^rec, 23th.^Acvicet from Ebangbi
etotal export.' of the near cvop
Lawrrnce,Kansas, Jan. 1.^The first sec^^tion of thirty miles on the Lawrence A Gal^^veston Railroad is opened for business. Tbe^road is being rapidly pushed forward.
NewY ore, Jan. 1.^Col. Roberts ha* re^^signed the Presidency of the Fenian Brother^^hood. The Senate had previously elected^General John O'Neill Vice President in place^of Joseph Gibbons, thas placing O'Neill at^the head of the Brotherhood. Dispstches en^^dorsing O'Neill are receive! from all parts of^the country.
Anaddress was issued disclaiming, in the^name of the Fenian Brotherhood, all connec^^tion with the blowing np of the Clerkenwell^prison.
NewOrleans. Jsn. 1.^Tbe Convention^hss adopted, an article in the Constitution^forbidding the passage of any law regulating
theprice of labvr; also, in prohibiting equal^^ity to all persons in the right to travel in^pub! c conveyances, etc.
NewYore, Jan. 2.^A Havana special^gives advices from tbe City of Mexico. They^state the Congress is occupied in the Consti^^tutional reforms proposed by the Government^on the 13th. 1st. The legislative power to be^vested in the two Houses. 2d. The President^to have the veto power, eubject to the two-^thirds majority rule. 3d. All communica^^tions between the Executive and Legislative^branches to be in writing, either by messags^from the President or from ^ Cabinet Min^^ister. 4th. A definite number of members of^both Houses to have the r'ght to order an ex^^tra session. 5th. To provide who shall be^President in case of death, ruigiation or re-^moTal of the President or Vice President.
TbeGovernment troops are dispersing tbe^band* of guerrillas in all direction*.
InYucatan tbs reheks Lave reduced the^garrison of Morida, aud hold the capital.
Anarmy of 3,000 men has been ordered to^Yucatan.
Anorder ha* been issued Banishing sll per^^sons couvicted of taking part in tbe late
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Idhis report to Secretary JlcC'ulloch^Mr. Linderinan. the Director, givea the^following facts concerning thb operations^ot the Government Mint and its branches^for the fiscal year ending June 30th,^18^7
Thedeposits of bullion at the Mint^and brunches during the fiscal /ear were :^Gold, #40,069,*W 06 ; silver, $1.^:},^960 70; total de|^osits. $41,893160 76; de^^ducting from this total the ceposits of^bullion, or bars, made st on^ branch of^the Mint, Rnd deposited at mother foi^coinage, the amount will be ^34,537,048^39. This amount exceeds tie deposits^of the preceding year by $2025.329 15^The coinage for the same period was^as follows -
Goldcoin, pieces, 1,469,483; value^$28,217,187 60. Lnparted ana tine goid^bars, $11,621,691 32. Silver coin, pieces,^2,074,902; value, $986,871; btrs, $579,-^823 18; nickel, copper and brsnze coin^^age, pieces, 50,566,000; value. $1,879,540.^Total number of pieces struck, ^4,110,384.^Total value of coinage, $43.2M.l 13.
Thedistribution of the buJlisn receiv^^ed at the Mint and branches vasas fol^^lows :
AtPhiladelphia, gold deposited, $9,-^962,410 17; gold c ^ined, $9,^92,l87 50.^Pine gold bars, $79,873 36; silver depos^^its and purchases, $350,47569; silver^coined. $354,871; silver bars,$4,619 38;^nickel, copper and bronze coinage, value,^$1,879,540; total deposits of god and sil^^ver, $10 312,885 86; total coiiage, $12,-^309,001 24.
Atthe Branch Mint, San Francisco,^the gold deposits were $18,190,603 13,^gold coined, $18,225,000; silv.r deposit;^and purchases, $819,43402; silver coineds^$634,000; silver bars, value, $146,048 54;^total deposits and purchases,$19.010,037^15; total coinage, $19.005,04854.
TheAssay Office in New York receiv^^ed during the year, in gold bulion, $11,^785,657 07; silver bullion, inclining pur^^chase*, $653,990 99: number ^f fine gold^bars t-tamped, 4,176; valiu, MSft.150 98;^total, $11,836,413 52.
Theoperations of the Braich Mint at^Denver, Colorado, are confined by law to^the melting, assaying and stamping of^bullion, returning thesameto the depos^^itor in the form of unparted ban, bear^^ing the government stamp of weight and^fineness of gold and silver contained.^The number nt bars stamped* was 214 ;^value, $129,616 39.
Thequestion ot ^ What fe a billion ^^is thus discussed by the JowhoI of Com^merer : ^ There is not a stanoard Eng^^lish dictionary published wHca approv^ s^of the French system, ant Webster's,^which may certainly be quoted as good^Americau authority, define* a billion as^a tuiiIon millions. The very derivation^of the word requires this definition. A^biMion comes from (Latin) hi*, (Latin)^tmttiM, or literally a million twire, ex-
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# box, 1 do*~#40 00
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Sifted, 100-tti ^ack^ 00
CUEAM TARTAB.^* ft 75o
Jauiaiea.AV JO-tb box^..Sl.iOU
Hoot, ft 300
M.A. Xjindsiey ^ Co.,
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\^. 60, Main Street.
[Wewish it to be understood that our quota^tionssnt baaed upon actual transactions, and re^preseut g^^\d prices for foods by las original peck^Mjrca. The retail prices range about tea per ceut^above quotations.]
St.Louis f SackS19 00
WenternSpring- Extras.10 00^*l* 00
SaltLake, Provo8 00 9 8 50
Otherorands7 00 s 7 23
Hall'sSelf RnSnff10 50
Cannon'sSelf Rising14 50
MadisonMills7 00 9 7 50
Stick,if SK-ft boxes$10 00
Faacy(French) lb 70a
Fancy(American) ^a^ n^_. S5a
Steamrefined stick per 22-ft boxes..J5o
Stationeryand Blank Books,
R. O. BAIX.EY
NevadaCity, M. T.
(Theold Miners' Store.)
DEALER IN FLOUR,
Coffee,Sugar, Bacon, Teas, Syrup.^Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars,^Etc., Etc., Etc.
ALarge |and Well Assorted Stock of Fainiv^and J
Constantlyon band, and sold at lowest matk^^rates.,
The *'3^finer^' Store,
Cornerof Idaho and Jackson Streett^VIRGINIA CITY, M. T.,
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THISwell-known Hotel h.is been tb^oafVy^repaired and renovated in all its department!.^A FIRST-CLASS TAIILE^will be maintained, regardless of exi^n*e, and w^be furnished with the choicest t iambi the mark*^all...')* Tbe comfort and c^^nvetii..m^e of IxnTden^and eMiutt will be carefully attended to. Carehl^and trustworthy waiters in ^'onatant altendanre M^the guests.
(Successorto T. J. Cowan,)
WILLLEAVE VIRGINIA CITY EVERY^MONDAY MORNING, FOR
Sterling,Willow O^k, Gall atin City,
Morse'sStore, Parsons' ^anck, Middle
Greek,Bozemar City, ar d Elk Grove. 1
Will,after June let, carry passenger.^ snd bag^^gage, 4c., snd sfter July 1st, tbe U. S. Mail.
Byclose attention to business, tLe proprie^^tor hopes to merit the confidence aud patron^^age of the public.
fca^~Omceat J- M. Knight's, Wallace St.
JAMESF. FORMAN, Pro'r
May8, 1867. 142tf
ofevery size and kind.
Hoarysides ^M00 lbs
MediumSides 100 tbs.
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HorseShoe Nails, ^Orimth^65c
WHISKY.CI.AKKT.^gsl#4 50*7 00 | #* ease.$34
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Co*ta 30 a u 00
Kss^ 10 tb*91 50
r*100 tt sack14 00
Largscans32e | Small cans 35c
Clarified50c | Crashed50e
Powdered50o | Kelued A..^Qa
Riochoice ^ lb.36c | Ordinary35c
Imperial+ lb1 73^2 00
pocketand Memoranda Books
Pens Pencils, Inkstands,
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Willattend promptly to all business of a legal^nature, take depositions, administer oaths, etc., etc^Innnodiate attention sriven to the f.oilectioa^o^ all claims against the United States, especially^such as may arise under the recent act i^f CongT**^equalizing; bounties. OnVe over the Ktore of Geo.^L. Sboup. corner Wallace and Jaek^^^n street*,^Virginia city, M. T. 13^-
Cor.of Jackson if Wtdlar* Sti.. Virginia CUy, M. T.
CONSTANTLYkeeps SS band, and make* to or^der, frotn Native Gold, all the latest styles of^Jewelry.
C'I'articular attention paid t-^ rei*iirinjf Watcl**.
JNreturning my thanks for psst patronage. 1^would re^|^ecti'ully inform the public that I keep^constantly ou b-nd the best quality 01
LAGEKBEER^for sale ss heretofore in quantities to suit customers.
Ibare also refitted and re'u. oLMmi mj
NEVADASALOON AND BAKERY,
Wherecan alwa ys be bad tbe best quality of Bes^assorted Liquo's, Cigars, Bread. Pies.Cawe, etc.
YoungHyson ^ ^1 50^i 75
Japanese,in papers, f tb1 25 o
NaturalLeaf, f lb1 2531 40
Miningand Law Blanks,
JOHNB. FULLER,^47 DEY STREET, New fork Citj,
Manufacturersand Dealers in
STEAMEns IIS 60.
From2to25Q Horse Power.
Mostapproved Circular and Upright Saw Mills,^Grist Mills, Sugar Mills, and all kinds ^^f Mining^and Plantation machinery on hand and built to^order.
tyShafting, Pullies, Leather and Rubber^belting, and all kinds of Iron and Wood-workisf^Machinery.
FrlTMachiaery and Railway snpp'ies iu store,^and shipped at the lowest rates.^sepl4-16tM76
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Field'ssteamed if- case.^ .-*X 00
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Ambassador,it is 1^tie 1 tie* between ths^sod s ettle the rastii
ippo;ed,to review th^^rest powers astl Chins,^complicated que*tiooa ,
takeaway all tbe rsaJ significance^^! tbe^word, and to make the work* of atand-^aru K.igiish authors, where lhe term is^used, perfectly sVuiislvUifiblci^ .
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BYvirtue of an execution issued out of and or tls^Clerk of the District Court In and fcr Msdinon^County. Montana Territory, bearing date No^^vember, Ninth A. D. 1867. I hare l**'1^^npon md will sell to tie highest bidd^' for cash, is^hand in front of the Sheriff's Office in V.rgioia a*i-^ison County Montana Territorv. as the 11th day*'^January, 186S, between the'hours of 10. A. *^^^and 4, r. m., of said day, all the iotercst which tbe^said defendants or either of them gjf^bsve in and to the following descrihef4^property lying and being in the County^to wit: Discovery Claim of (200) two**^'^^fee*; also. Claim Xo. (1) one. 8. W. froir I ^^ery. of (V^00) two hundred feet; also, Clai' ^^number two 8. M^. from Diecovei v,^hundred feet; also. Claim No. (1) one, K. f ' ^^DiscoTery, of CJOO) two hundred feet. AIM^described property im situated ou tbe Wl***1***^L^de iD Slades District, Madison Cou: t\.^Territory. Taken as tbe property of X.'r.a^and William I'nilip-:. f^ K-\tisfv ar. ExecutiJ^vor of William Keeth. pt si.
Viriuia City, Montana Territory, Dee. Is '*J^^ 174, 177, w.
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