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title: 'The Montana post. (Virginia City, Montana Territory [i.e. Mont.]) 1864-1869, June 19, 1868, Page 7, Image 7',
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\uittsfii,I ai roll ^ Co.,
f-yK the accommodation of our Western Trade^1 we have opened a
Andshall at all times keep on band a
OFTHE BEST QUALITY !
T^ wliicst we respectfully invite the attention^oi Purchasers-
A.FIELD S OYSTERS
Numsen,Carroll ^ Co.,
i5 A. L, T X ^1 O ^ E,
THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JUNE 19.
Dance. Stuart ^, Co.,
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in
GIt O VtJttl ES,
DeerLodge Oity, (Cottonwood) Montana
AVKon band a large and well-assorted stock^of staple and
_Consisting in part o
PortWine.^S ha whan Whiskv
Alwaysnave ^^^ band and Bus* sale a
SALT, SPICES, FLOUR,^BACON, HAMS, SOAP,
Alsoa large and well-assorted stock of Drugs ant
RUBBERBOOTS,^CLOTHING, HATS. AJND CAP
Wewill soon be in receipt ot a consignment of
Whichis said to be equally as good as the Oregon^Hour, which we will seU at j.rio^- that will
JOSEPHFKIAND, the Preach Barber at Dia^^mond City, is prepared to restore hair to the^bald, and will give security that the hair will grow^in all its natural beauty and lustre or no charge^will be made, proTiding eoetnmers will trive secu^^rity that the work will be paid tor if the hair is^restored. Mr F. will give security from fifty to^two thousand dollars, according to the case, that^the hair will be restored in all its natural luxurian^^ce, and in return would only rsk security that he^secure bis pay if the job is satisfactory All kinds^of work t^longing to the trade will be done in a^manner to warrant the utmost satistaction.
NB. I did not wish to publish my business to^the public until I had satisfactory evidence that I^could accomplish what I claimed. Having done^so in some extreme cases I am now reedy to pro^^ceed to business, and would ask the afflicted to^favor me ^ ith a call, next door to Ute What Cheer^Hotel.JOSEPH FK1AND
DiamondCity. M T. April 2S wly
ForDisbursing Officers !
Paidin Capital, - - -$100,000^Authorized Capital, $500,000
S.T. HAUSER,S. M_ HALL.
President.Vice-President.^J so. 8. Atchison; Cashier.
Mineralsand Ores correctly Assayed.^GOLD A\D SILVER BARS
GuaranteedU. S. Standard
WHOLESA LE ^ RETAIL
Ao.34, Main Street,
Atthe SIGN of the
N.B. Gurney A Co s. Boots and Shoes are^Custom made and Warranted.
Ahof these articles will be sold ai the lowest
Wehave a commodious
LiberalAdTUNl U ill Ix^ on
j.15. I.ok a i m:.
Big-Mole 13i* i ci e,
Onthe most direct route from Virginia City to Silver^Bew, keeps on hatxi
PROVISIONS AftD GROCERIES.
REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED FOR TRAVELER^A FINE STABLE
W.Y.Pemberton,E- W. Too'e
ATTORNE YS-A T LA W
Tootle,Leach ^ Co.,
- MONTANA TERRITORY.
ILLpractice in all the Courts of the Territory^of Montana 183-135
ATTORNEYAT LAW, Deer Lodge oity. M.^T. Will practice in all the Court* of the Ter-
Attorneyat Uw. Rannark, VI. T.,
WILLpractice in all the courts of the Territory,^and pay special attention to the collection of
attorneyand Counsellor at Law
AmiSolicitor in Chancery.
Officeat Erforts A Buschs old stand,
TireProof Storage Received.^3VlL*oulc TemplOf^Wallace Street, Virginia City,^wl89 MONTANA.
L.W. FRARV,^SURGICAL, and MECHANICAL
TWOdoors east of the Past office. Virgiuia City^M. T. Stogie aad waaplete setts of teeth in
sertedin the best style known to the profeasio^All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
\\TE would most respectfully announce to the^TV public that we have perfected arrangements^to supply
*flMl. .Jlerk # Co.
NationalHotel! Griffith ^ Thompson.
One-eighthof a mile south of Sun River^ing, and roar miles east of
FORTSHAW, HI. T.
C.A. BULL ^ CO., Proprietors.
NOW.pen for guests, and fitted up in first class^sty a. A No. 1, two story boos* entirely new,^fitted u| with commodious, finely finished and^fumisbet bad rooms, and
o^aacsr^aattoa^so.) j Manufacturers,
AO]NVrvuiu Debility, Premature Decay, and all^effects ef youthful Indiscretion, will, for the^^^afce ot offering humanity, send free to all who^^*ed it, the receipt aad directions for making the^simple remedy by which he was cured, Salt,^^ ishiag to profit by the advertiser's ~^uo so by addressing;, in
ng,in p^JOHN B. OODEN.^No. 43 Cedar St. Ne w York
1at which places it can always be bad at market
Weare also prepared to furnish Butchers with^Beef Cattle on short notice.
AllesttJe belong as; to oar berd are branded,^one lot
theother, ^O. K. It.^ As aasaa of the berd have^ataayed or beea stolen, all parsons are warned^against iiarabssins; stock so branded, unless from us.
PONDEXTER\ ORR.^Black Tail Deer Creek. oovSOwtt
spreadvith the best the market affords. Every^attentiot shown to oar guests.
GIVEUS A CALL;
Wepwmise you good meals, clean beds, good^usage aad moderate bills at the
G*odStable and Corral.
FeedStabling and Good Grooming,^without^EXTIRIA CHARCE.
WIGIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION
Connectedwith the above Establishment.^Frrigiters, Travellers and Resident* supplied
BOOTSand SHOES,^TIN WARE.^CUTLERY,
Provisions,Milk, Butter and all kinds of pro^^duce kept constantly on baml. la short we pur^^pose to make the NATIONAL HOTEL
Headquartersfor Everybody,^And respectfully solicit Public patronage.
Conveyancefor Guests to and from Fort Shaw,^FREE.
IN ALL KINDS OF
Andall kinds of
Snyders,Wiiigert ^ Co.,
MillCreek,^MONTANA i TERRITORY
WEare prepared to Contract for the erection of^Ql'ART/. MILLS, DWELLINGS, and all^kndofbusine houses.
STONE,BRICK OR FRAME
ALSOkeep constantly en band a choice as^sort men t of
STOREON IDAHO STREET.
Weassure tbe public that with our facilities^. for materials, we can take contracts at the^verylowest figures-
FFICEand Lumber Yaid, on corner of Idaho^and Van Buren Streets.
FORTBEKTOX, nOM \ \\ ,
Weare now prepared to furnish a superio^quality of the following kinds of^anned at the
EqualIn Tannage, Finish and Durability to the^very best quality of Raster tanned Leather.
FIRSTQUALITY SOLE LEATHER, per lb. M cts^FINISHED CALF SKINS, per dozen, $60 to $110^do KIP do do$75 to 120
FAIRand COLORED SHEEP SKINS,
Perdozen, $16 to 17^^^FINISHED UPPER, per Side,$6 to %9
Noticethe reductioifiii price!
BEING PRACTICAL TANNERS OUR^SELVES, and determined that Montana shall^supply her own Leather, we are daily turning out^finished leather of all classea, which for quality and
DeerL odge City/, IVI. T.^BILLY WILSON.Proprietor,
Afinesaloon is attached to the Bakery, and a^Club-Room, both of which are fitted up with^all the modern improvements. The purest liquors^and the best brands of cigars are served oat to cus^^tomers. I am always glad to see my old friends,^wholive upon the other side of the mountains, as^well as those upon this side.
LiberalAdvances made on Consignments
Also,Agent and dealer in
(f the latest aad most improved patents.
THRESHINGMACHINES,^CONCORD BUGGIES^LIGHT MARKET WAGONS,
Ilaving the exclusive agency for the above farm^^ing implements, and being familiar with the right^kind necessary for the Territory, I will only import^what is needed,and will warrant to sell lower thao^any one else.
Circularand Price Current, Address
TOM^. POWER.^Fort Benton, M. T.
Keptconstantly on band and cut to any desired^size to suitjeuatomers.
Wehave appointed the following persons as^Agents for the sale of stock, where manufacturer*^and consumers are respectfully solicited to call and^examine.
NICKMILLEN, [Gurney ^ Co.^W. P. ARMSTRONG, Wallace St.,
SXYDERSyWINGERT^ CO.^Proprietors,^PIOMEER TAXXERV,
MillCreek, TH. T.
Feb1. w ly
Transportation Line !
.CornerIdaho and Jackson Streets,^Virginia,... Montana.
JT.II. CUAP1N, - - Proprietor.
THISwell known hotel has been thorough^^ly repaired and renovated in all its de^^partments. A first class table will be main^^tained, and will be furnished with the choicest^viands the market affords. The comfort and^convenience of boarders and visitors will be^carefully^ attended to. Careful and trust^^worthy waiters in constant attendance on the^guest*.
STARRESTAURANT,^S. Scott, Proprietor, V/liolosale^Rlaekloot City, Montana.
OARDby the day or week. The table always^supplied with the delicacies of tbe season.^jul6-wl46-6m*
ferelval A Cranston,
STEELINGCITY, M. T.
WEtake pleasure in Informing the travelling^public, or persons visiting the mines in this^vioinity, that the Sterling House offers as ma eh^comfort to its guests as is generally found at hotels^in tbe mountains, and charges as reasonable. The^table is always supplied with the best the market^affords, aad thebar with the choicest liquors aad^igars
jomi. n 9 FJEi^njyrirs
Thebest Purifier ef the Blood
Apleasant Tonic !
Avery agreeable Drink !
Unsurpassedfor acting surelv /bir^gently on the secretions of the kid^^neys, bowels, stomach and liver
Forsale at all wholesale and retail li^^quor, drug and grocery stores.
f N0B00Y SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT'
J.O. rRWCH, Proprietor
TAYUJK*^ H K.N DEI,. j*ole Agents,^Mil**413CUv St.. San Francisco.
Moneyadvanced on niercl'andise, and goods stored^in a fire-proof warehouse.^wl24*KINO Sl GILX.ETT.
iaaaeialAgtit of the term*fit its1 Afemei tiewileij^FOR DISBURSING OFFICERS.
EZRA MI LI.Alt D, Prudent
J.H. MILLARD, Cashier.
254Broadway, New York.
St.Joseph, - - - Missouri
Cornerol Jackson anal Wallace I Ca^^iUI $100,000. Authorized capital $500,000.
rillSBANK deals in Foreign and Domestic Ex^^change, Government Bonds, Gold Coin, and^skes the purchase of
Wholesaleand Retail Grocer.
Tobacco,C'igaks and Stationery,^also, a fine selection
OtVA3TCY O-OQpa JsJsTP TOTt.
GoldDust and Bullion a Speciality!
J.H, Millard, formerly of AHaa AVillajdTBanl^ers at Virginia and Helena Cities. Montaaa is no r
.jrgioia and Helena Cities, Montana is no r^Cashier of this Bank, ami will be [leased se see^his Montana friends. 147-tim
LEA.F. HffARSTOK,^WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
Cor.o/Jmckton *^ Wmllact Su.. V'irginU City, M. T. '
CONSTANTLYkeeps on hand, and makes to or^der, from Native Gold, all the latest styles of^Jewelry.
CP*Particular;attentioapai'l to repairing Watches.
WILLFORWARDfFREIGHT TO THE TEB^^ri tori os of
Fromtheir Warehouses at the terminus of the
U.P. RAIL ROAD, E.9D.
Forrates, shipping directions, etc.. apply at tbe^General Unices of the Company, or to
Kight^ Parker, Agents, No. 106 Washington
Street,Hoston.^George B. McCullofa. Agent. No. 42 South
5thStreet, Philadelphia.^Sidney Rice, Agent, No 1 Burnet House Cin.^Joseph McEntire, Agent, No- 72 Com ^ rcial
Street.St. Louis.^Henry Harsris, Agent, No. 53 Clark St Chic go^Daniels ^ Brown, Agents, Denver, Colorado.^George T. Clark, Agent, Central City. Col.^Fiaher ^ Casa, Agents, Golden City, Colorado^Oodbe ^ Mitchell, Agents, Salt Lake Citv^PFOITTS A RI SSELL, Agents, Virginia
City.Montana.^Daniel Sorbin, Agent, Helena, Montana, -^Smith ^ Graeter, Agents, liannack aud Mon^^tana Cities.
C.E. Blake, Agent, 8anta Fe, New Mexico.
OscarNicholson, Agent Junction City, Kan^^sas, (present terminus U.P. R.R. E.D.)
O.C. BARTON, Contracting Age it, North^Platte Station. Nebraska, (present terminu*^V. V. R. K , or to
137General Traveling Agent.
MUSTERS'BAKERY AND SALOON,
LINCOLNGULCH. M. T.
May23, 1808.OEOKGE PKRRY A OC.