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THP: MONTANA POST, SATURDAY,FEBRUARY 22. 1868;
Lyingand stealing^As much as will
Pay-Honesty^Jest a kloke patturn.^Respectability^According to his suk-
tt^y ^nff your do*^' y^ur bottom dog,^n of'anv dog that you please,^r0 for the dor, the wise okl dog,
Jib^t knowingly uk*8 bis *a*e,
idw^gPD5 h^ tail outside the ring
filingalways his bone in sight^^rtt not * pin in his sound old head -^for either dog in the fight.
,thi* ^ the bone they are fighting for,^*as why should my dog sail in,^jdt nothing to gain but a certain chance^To lose his own precious skin !^|(rt may be a few perhaps who fail^Josee it in quite this light,^,t when the lur flies I haul rather be^Ihe ouuide dog in the fight.
fnoirthere are dogs^injudicious dcgs^^Who think it is quite the thing^^ take the part of one of the dogs.^And go yelping into the ring ;^^t 1 care not a pin what all may say^ja regard to the wrong or the right,^T money goes as well as my song,^For the'dog that keeps out of the fight.
Wesee from our fashion journals that^dort dresses are- becoming fashionable,^ren in bull dresses, and this encourages^i to hope the day is not far distant^ien the untidy and inconvenient^trail^ will not be worn, either at home^abroad, and more especially in the^treet.
Therelias been some talk of crinoline^angoutof fashion, but it is still tri-^unphant; and at the recent opening of^be French Chambers, our fashion jour-^jJB inform us that crinoline flourished^^ as ever.
[retsand ve veteens arc much worn
Trimmingsof the same shade as the^ivjb, but of a different material; are the^gfc lost: :ind costumes, every
artof which, that is, the underskirt,^leas, and paletot, are of the same tissue,^re always in better taste than those in^rhich several colors are allied^Jet diamonds are popular; and steel is^g a good deal worn, sometimes niing-^*i led with jet. But one of the newest or-^isments tor the head is a gold band worn^round the chignon.^A. very good style of 6hort dress is^pored to fit the figure very loosely, and^i then caught in to the waist by a rib^on sash ornamented by velvet rings.^Walking dresses are frequently made^railable lor other purposes by the ad-^ition ^^t a train, which is plaited on to^band at the waist, and buttons down^he side seams.
Hoopskirts are also made with re^^movable trails, which render them suit-^hie for walking or evening wear.^White is much worn in the evening^reuses this winter.
Irishpoplins are much in favor, and,^^ the light evening tints, have all the
fleetof a very heavy corded silk. The^rhit^* ones are especially elegant, and^highly approved of for wedding
Everyvariety of ptiUtot is worn. The^ack shape prevails, though subject to^nany modifications; some are open in^ront and at the back, and bordered with^bands of fur or Astrakan cloth. They^are caught to the waist by a sash knot-^led at the side. A very desirable article^is a reversible sack, one side a rough^black cloth, the other scarlet. This is^double-breasted, can button tightly to^the throat or show a reverse of scarclet^cloth ever the black.
Sashescontinue to be the rage; if the^walking dress is of two colors, the sash^the color of the skirt.
Smallgold keys are worn now as^jewelry for the ears.
Thehair is not dressed so high on the^head as formerly. I^ong curls are worn^in the house, but not so much on the^street. Gold powder is sometimes used^by the extreme iashionables, but is al^^ways unbecoming.
In-doortoilets for married ladies are^bat toned in front all the way down, and
THURRERBRED It a ska I..
Sameas abuv, with the exsepshun of
Theold fashuned idee about a woman^sich as God made, bein a iady is ex^^ploded^modern thurrer bred lady is^made up as toilers, commensin at the
lstly.A swab of hair, stole from^the korps of a dead pawpnr in the old^kuntry.
2dly. A bed, with as much vacant^room into it in pruporshun to the size^as a six story tenement ho us.
3dly.A dress waist kiverin a French^ko^Mt, into which is comprest about^equal quantities of natur and art^art^occupying the front seats.
4thly.A hoop-skirt, hung on a pare^of kotten hips, and showin, when ^ala-^moad,^ a pare of sawdust kalfs, the hull^bein kivered with an outside dressin of^silk, and kept in runnin order at at ex^^pense of about five hundered dollars per^month for repairs.
N.R.^It alius seemed a waste of^time and vitality to raise this klass of^thurrer breds, cos you can git em made^of wax^jest as good^better lookin,^and a frakshunof the expenses.
Correctedweekly by Huasey, Dahler St Co.
e*nj*)9uaj^^WHOLESALE PRICE CURRENT
UnitedStates CURRENCY at PAR.
VirginiaCitt. M. T., Jan. 11. ;868^INon-resident readers will pleas* bear in mind^teat our *, notation* ar* based upon actual transac^^tion*, and ar* greenback prices tor goods by tb^ ori-^inal packages. Tb* retail prices range about tea per^cent. aboT* quotation*. 1
8t.Louis #^ sack#15 00
SaltLake. Frovo11 00*
Madisoncounty10 00 a
Prim*New, Heavy Sides, f* 100 lbs 40c
Kedium.do. do 35*
Prim*canvassed + t^ 60
Geo.W. Ware( ha*. IT. Kill
B.Stlcitney, Jr.,Geo. J. Plant
WARE,ELLIS ^ CO.,
XO.7*^ Iff AIN STREET,
Helena,- Montana^Our Large Stock
FreshIrom the States!
Wmoffer at the
YoungHysoi fB~ - ^ 3 00 ^3
3*oI Small i
...50c Refined A.
Work'sCiocianati f tt^85e
Riocboice f tb
Field'sSteatmed 4* caa*
Riochoice** ttY-36c | Ordinary35*
Imperial*F ^a 05*2 TO
YoungHyson ^ tb2 00 * 2 55
Japanese,in papers, ^ tb2 00*2 25
NaturalLeaf, if ^1 3591 40
Otherbrands ^ 1 0O^l 25
Belcher'sGolden 8yrup, 10 gal#42^ 50
Belcher'sS H Syrup, 5 gal22 50
SaltLake f fc...35 * 50c | Reach f* ^SI 00
Field'ssteamed 4F case924 00
Incan, half gal$18 00
r.rraa, quarts12 00 a 14 00
Pe5gal keg#15 00
Guind.20-tt boxes#15 00
cax ra i it
OeenCorn, per Case#i7 Oq
Peaches$20 00 I Tomatoes18 00
Sturrberries21 00 | Greets Peas 16 00
If'as* i size boxes$30 00
*r boxes50 00
Jf^ ft keg...20 00
Tekgraph,per Gross$13 00 * 14 00
Psrdozen,Spring Point22 00 * 24 00
do Stiff do 20 00 * 22 00
Dance. Stuart ^ Co, Smith ^ Graeier
Whsiseal* and Re tail Dealers ia
M OCEMtl JUS ,
DoerLodge City, (Cottonwood) Montana
IJAVEen band a Urge and well-assorted stock
BANN ACK CITY, M. 7
AlwayshaT* *a band and for sal* a
Belcher'sG. 8., Bs4L., * 10gal. ke*$55 00
8H M f 10 gal keg-^^ g
LewisSt Bro's Eld. Extra + ^$2 00
do do Premium-1 *
Gla.row N^^. 1-1 Ir
OrdiJaryOrateW ^^* 1 20
$2400 $) $
Clarifieddo^Powdered ^'.^^^Cru*l^ed do^A retine^i do
virtueof an execution issued oat of and by^he I^i*tri^4 Court in and for Madison county,^Moitana Territory, bearing date January 17th, A.^D. 868, I have levied upon and will sell to tbe^biglest bidder for cash, ia front of tbe Sheriffs^oflbB. on Idaho street, Virginia City, Montana Ter-^ritoa-, on the 11th day of February, A. D. 1868.^between the hoars oflOsm and 4 p m of said dav,^tbe bllowing described property lying and being^in tb^ county aforesaid, to-wit: One quartz mill,^kno^n ax the Brooklyn Golden Ore Mining ^Pros-^pectng Company, commonly culled Atkin's Millf;^one engine; one boiler; twelve stamps, with^all t.e buildings and appurtenauces thereto belong^^ing. Taken as tb* property of the Golden Ore^Minkg it Prospecting Company to satisfy an execu^^tion n faror of James ^^ Brown.
Davu McCkanor, Sheriff^Viginia City, Montana Territory, Jan 18, 1868.^179.K2
Consistingin part ot
WINES^ UQUORS I
iftb. in wall
DriedApple* V 9^ - .^StaK* Powhes ^ tT^^8alt L*ke Peaches. .^Blackberries 4* to . .^Baspberriea do^Currants do^Cherries do
GroundCherries f ^
.43500 * 40 00
Barley,Onnny Saeks,^Seamless Saeks, Flour Saeks,
Ware,Ellis ^ Co.
70MAIN ST.. HELEXA.
loryounff ladies, with roundskirts hard- MIVLPRC TO III ^ AP k(*^!.v tnuchin-the ground. Walking cos- IMIIMIO IVVIa5, ttliiM.
tuniesof cloth, poplin, velvet, etc., with
doubleskirts and a paletot of the same. I^The upper skirt is short, or else grace^^fully looped up more or less. Elegant^Or^-!^g*^J^ ore train-shaped: in silk they are^A n of two colors.
Thereare still various ways of cutting^divsses, because the same cut does not^fuit all ladies. Some prefer a skirt per^^fectly plain; others will not give up hav- [.^ing a few plaits or gathers at the back.^So far all this is allowed by fashion, and^depends on personal taste.
Hatsare worn by old and young. The^~t novelty is a hat of Russian leather^trimmed with velvet of the same shade, i
Aword about bonnets, and we have I^done with our comments on fashions.^There is little or no change worth noting, |^except they are, if possible, even smaller^than ever; but we think the hats are^rather larger than those of last month.^Surely, if the bonnets get very much^smaller, the fair wearers will run great^risk of losing them in the mass of false^hair and curls which the tyrant. Mis^^tress Fortune, heaps upon woman's^head.
Baisias 24-tb box
4^ i tt boxes
Sifted,f 100-^ sackt 00
Jamaica.* 20-15 boxg
basket,Heidsick (qts)------ J*0 00
SparklingCatawbas^ 00 ^ 40'
.18 00224 00
.8650 # ^ 00
. 6 ^0 * 9 00
Coarse ^ ^
Table,V 10-IB sack
^case, 3 do* bxs^^ 31
WRArPLNO1 4. PER.
Aaaes'Bpriac Poiat^ ^
Bjvirtue of an execution issued out of. and by tbe^ilerk of tb* District court, in and for Madison^ouitiv. Montana Territory, bearing date. Jan.^lTtb.A. O. Iff*. I levied upon and will sell to tbe^kigbat bidder for cash, in trout of the ftherifTtt^ofticeon Idalio street in Virginia City, Madinon Co.,^M . T.. oa tbe 1 Itb day of KeUuary. lfS8, betareen^tbe lours of 1 u a in. and 4 p m nf said day,^tbe fllowing described property, lying and being^in t ^ county alortsaid. to-wit ^ One qoartz^mill.kuown as tb* Brooklyn Golden Or* Mining^^ frapeoting Co. eosntaoaly called Atkins' Mill;^one agiue; one Berkes' twelve stamps, with all^the btiidings ami appurteraoce* thereto bel^nging,^takei.iri tbe property of tbe 'i^^M^-ii Ore Miuing S.^Prosf^ctiag Co., to satiety an execution ia favor^of J noes * Brown.
Virioiacity, M. T., Jan. 18. 16CS.
DAVIDMcCRAXOR.^wlTSif-JSheriff. Madison Co., M- T
BUBBEEBOOTS,^CLOTHING, HA.TS, AND CAP
Coft ttc tf JF f t* i t g J
HARDWARE I^Tinware, Glassware,
BOOTS,SHOES, CL THING
Also,a large aad well-assorted stock of Drags and
Ahof thes* articles will be sold at tbe lewest
63y~Casli Prices I^JgJ
V J**C IX1 a IT LX7:1Prop'r.
INrtnrning my thanks for past patronaare, 1^wold respectfully inform tbe public teat I keep^constntly on hand the best quality or
forsaluis heretofore in quantities to suit customers.
Wewill soon be in receipt ot a consignment of
Whichis said to be etpaaily as good as tbe Oregon^flonr, whiob we will sell at pri*e^ that will
Wehav* a commodious
LiberalAdvamces wuibe Made ,su
liavenlso refiKeil and refurnishe^l my^NEVADA SALOON AND BAKERY,
Wheretan alwa vs be had tne best quality of Bee
assoirdLiquors, Cigars, Bread. rie*,Oake. etc.^vlW-llA. SOHEF1LKR
i tvia^ cow ax,
Attoneyand Counsellor at
AidSolicitor in Chancery.
OfficeaCrtbrts Sc. Bosch's old staad,
TAKENVP, by tbe undersigned, one bay mare^with black mane and tail^no brands; and one^bay horse, blac k man* and tail, four whit* leet,^branded ^C T^ on left hip. Th* owner can haTe^same bv callina* on me at BiTeos srulch and paying^^^J. ^*JOHN YOI NO
Abops which has had his breed im^^ported by means of a sulky kontainin a^feller with a long whip til he aim worth^2 cents lor any purpose except a gamb-^.n masheen-
JohnCarbartt, administrator of the estate of Geo^C u-hartt, late of Beaverhead Coanty, Montana Ter^^ritory, deceased, plaintiff, against,
Tb*Montana Mineral Land and Mining Co..^Thomas D. Pitt, Hemaa Clarke. M.J.McDoaald and^William Cook, et ah^In tbe District Court of tb*Sd Judicial District of
tb*Territory of Montana.^To th* Montana Mineral Land and Mining Coat^pany. Thomas D. Pitt, Hemaa Clark, M- J- Mc^^Donald and WiHUm Cook, et al.
YOUar* hereby required to appear in aa action^brooght
Plaintiff,in tb* District
byth* above named
nun.in tne insane* Court of the 2d Judicial^District ia and for th* county of Beaverhead, Mon^^tana Territory, and to answer th* complaint Bled^therein, within ten days, exclusive of th* day of
Tirt-wirn HRKTl OK XT KM VNI service after th* service of this summon*, if served
BRERBRfcU Ots in.aiA.Pi.^.^^ ^^ u coa.jty
Vt,l^ V-ntfl m 3 cent naner kollar but in this district, within twenty days, otherwise
Abob tale *^|f ^ ^ f ^^^J^ t J^w^^ within forty days, orjodgment by demult will b*^a white COtton wesklt, yaller trowsers j t^ken ^ga) you, according to tb* prayer of the
withoutenny kloth into the legs, shiny i compUiat.
letherboots, a pair of yaller glura, and j Th* said action is brought t0j mi ^^jjjjj-^inside of em all a thing got up in the
shapeot a man, but as the kounterfit^detectors say, poorly executed, and not^kaikelated to deserve. Must swar,^drink shampain, and talk boss. Mus-^tash indispensabul, branes onnecessary.^Fine specimens on exhibition at the^central park.
THURRERRUED RIZXE86 MAN.
Wunthat knows enuff about stealing^so't thare kant enny body steal from him^and enuff about law so't he can do his^^tealii^ legally. A karful annalistis of^a fust klass specimen gave the follerin^results:
HonorJest enuff to keep him out ot^jail. |
KonshunsNone, except in very^) oung specimens
ertynamed in the complaint aad that th* plaintiff^b* given quiet and peaoable posaaasioa thereof,^aad damages in th* sum ot nv* tl sasaai dollars^aad oo*U o^suit.
Aadyou ar* hereby notified that if you fail to^appear and answer tbe said complaint as above^repaired, th* said plaintiff will tab* jod*ment^against you for tb* recovery aad qOiet and peace^^able possession of said property aad for damages^in tbe sum of five thousand dollars and cost
YlA IIK FT RE POET.
Wo.^9, 9*alii Street.
iWe wish it to be understood that our quota^tions ar* based upon actual transactions, and re^present gold price* for goods by the original i^ck^ages. Tb* retail prices rang* about ten per cent^above quotations.]
Heleka,Feb. 1,^^ FLOUR.
SCLouis Sack^15 Ofl
Halls Self Rising
8tick, 22 ^ boxes
Fancy(French) if Bi
Fancy(American) ^P H^
Steamrefined stick per 22- K boxes^Steam refined mixtures.
1200^.... 11 00^11 00^ 12 00
1350^._. 13 30^....11 00 ^12 0
nOM V% \ HIDE AND FUR
CorneiBodney and 0'Bannon Streets^HELENA, M0NTAHA.
H1GIESTPRICES paid for Beef Hides, Sheep^nniDeer Skins, aad every description of
GOTAND SHOEMAKER, Mm. 3. Jacksoa^street, Virginia City, Montana. Particular^attention paid to the manufacture *f Gents' fine^boots. Keeps constantly ^^n hand it large stock of^French calf-skins ; also, kip and sol* leather. All^of th* finest quality. 132*
BigIT ole Bridge,
OnU*e most direct route from Virginia City to Silver^, .Bow, keeps on hand
PROVISIONS AXD GROCERIES.
refreshments provided for traveler^a FINE stable
l C ^ I SSOU TO
DAVIS,HOUSEL A CO.,
OPPOSITETHE POST OFFICE,
VIRGINIACITY, - - M. T.
JAS.P. MABBKTT, Agent.
LEA.F. MARSTON,^WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
Or.of Jack^n it Wallmt* Su.. Virginia City, M. T.
riONSTANTLTkeeps on hand, aad make*to or^KJ der, from Native Gold, all the latest styles of^Jewelry.
CParticular attention paid to repairing Watrhes.
Wholesaleand Retail Dealer in
theseal of tb*
Heavyaides 100 ^^
MediumSides f 100 IBs.
Prim*Canvassed V ^
Peachesft ^35c 1 Apple*, V
CurrantsJ0o Raspberries ...
TIN,SHEET-IRON ^ COPPERWARE
Allkinds of lobbing done by the best of workmen^and all orders promptly attends to. Store on^Jackson street, opposite to John 8. Rockfellows.^Virginia City, M. T.. Au 28. SC7
caTABuauDi^ THit Txmarro^T i^ 18(12.
SOBridge Stecrt, Helena, M. T.^154
IsaaL]District Cwirt, of th* 5Jd Judicial District^ofth* Territ.iry of Montana, in and for^tbe count v of Beaverhead, M. T., this 5th^day of February. 1866.
J8. F. DC NLA P,
DistrictCourt,2d Judicial DistrietM.T.
V*.R. MESSICK,^COWTJVTY SURVEYOR
OFFICEAT TT. F. BARTLIT S WtfKtM. .
m if^ m hog
WHlSsTV.Veal** ^^7 ^*
BROOMS.f doaea^7 0099 00
Fib* 10 m^.^100 BS sack-
CHAMPAGNE.Heidaiek Imitation,. #30^do Goaaine, nono
Z.~#7 00 9
... 14 00
iiea do arts r8, district of moxtajf a,^Asstamt Quartermaster's Office^put Shaw, M. T., Feb. 1, '68
SEAIaDPROPOSALS (in duplicate) will .^be rceived at this office until 12 o'clock^M., the Oth day of March, 1868, for the fol^^lowing nny supplies :
Threetundredthousand (300,000) pounds^Oats.
Threeundred thousand (300,000) pounds^Barley.
Twoundred thousand (200,000) pounds^Oata, an two hundred thousand (200,000)^pounds hrley, to be delivered to the Assis^^tant Quatennaster at Fort Ellis, M. T.
Onehadred thousand (100,000) pounds Oats^and oneiundred thousand (100,000) pounds^Barley t be delivered to the undersigned at^Fort Shw, M. T.
Allgrin to be delivered in bulk, to be a^good, uncharitable article, free from chaff,^and subj^t to weight and inspection on de^^livery.
Oatstt weigh thirty-two (32) pounds to^the bush* and Barley to weigh forty-eight^43) pouds to the bushel.
Btdderavillstate the price per bushel at^which thy will furnish these supplies at the^different pets mentioned; proposals for Fort^Sbaw andPort Ellis being made separately.
BidderiviUalso state at what price ner^bushel thf will deliver all or any portion of^the abovsunount of grain, at some point in \^the Gallain Valley, on or near the usual trav^eled routi
Nopoo sals for leas than twenty-ive thou-
^*c.^^Willow Oroek, Gallatin Oitj,
firstday (July, 18*3. and all grain to be ds^ . I^0r8e'g Store, FaXSOBg' SsVnch, Middle^livered oior before the first day of October,^1868
E.F. PHELPS,^Attorney at Law, Bsnnsck, FI.
WILLpractice in all th* courts of th* Territory,^and pay special attention to th* collection of
(Successorto T. J. Cowan,)
WILLLEAVE VIRGINIA CITY EVERY^MONDAY MORNING, FOR
Bidder*obe subject to tbe usual condi^^tions reglating contracts for army supplies.^By ordr,
00L.L V. D. REEVE,^bmmanding District of Montana.^N. S. Custable, Capt. and A. Q M., Cbisl^(^. M. Dia-ict of Montana.^febS-twtw2t.
Greek,Bozeman Oity, aad Elk Grove.
Will,after Jane 1st, carry passengers and bag^^gage, Ac., and after July 1st, th* U. S. Mail.
Byclose attention to business, the proprie^^tor hopes to merit the confidence and patroa-^ace of tb-public.
JnW*0mceat J. M. Knight's, Wallace Et.
JAMESF. FORMAN, Pro'r^May 8, 1867. S^142tf
aadBininf 2wpl^sMBte, Etc.
Y^^E hav* a larg* and snaamiiiiiiam
Cnewsd with our *stabliakment.
iU*f GeneraJ Messbaariis* i
J*r8*bscript*as to th* MoarTAJtA Post re^osiv*d. IM*
firstof Vabruarv, 1868,^speckled steer^no brand*.
onewhite and on*
CHRISTOPHERKINGRV^Febmary 15, 18t^^183-183