g ONLY P"AlER IN THE TERRITrYT,
4 u.------- .July 1, 1869 .
iugh Glenn, of Virginia City, is our authoried Agent,
to eceive subscriptions and receive moneys forusame. His
'pt will be gofd.
l peon of Fort Benton, is our authorized Agent at
fort nmto and vicinity.
tea . Rowlings & .. at Silver Creek.
Mr T. J. Merrill, at Prickly Pear.
Also the Carrier going from this city to Fort Benton.
The Post Master at Bannack City.
also the Post Master at Salt Lake City.
ir. Jai Stuart, Cottonwood, Deer Lodge Valley.
Mr. Frank Worden, Hell Gate.
T N. Lewis, of Summit Mountain District, Deer Lodge
W.n :. Heath, Helena, Edgerton County.
Mr. J. S. Williams. No. 108 North Third street, St. Louis,
Mo.. is our Eastern Agent.
7jbOC'A3La I'DEZM l -
THE new Masonic Hall in this city forms the up
per story of Pfouts and Russell's stone building on
Wallace street. The dimensions are 60 x 28, and
when completely fitted out as designed, it will be as
handsome a lodge room as can be found in any part
of the Statps. The furniture has been repainted,
and look, is neat and substantial as masons could de
sire. 'The pillars and globes were painted by J T. Hen
derson, and are fully as elegant in design and credi
tabl, in executior as any we have seen. The ante room
and platform are already carpeted, and the carpet for
the all! is on the way up the River, in the Fanny
Ogden. It is intended to have cushioned seats for
the brethren. D. W. Tilton and Co, presented the
Lodge wi;h a very fine picture of Washington; the
frame was furnished by Daniel Hutchinson. Mr
I'earce has contributed a ballot box of the new pat.
tern, with round (white) and square (black) ballots.
A set of as fine silver jewels as could be found in
C'hcago, and which cost $305, is expected daily by the
coach. Doctor Frary deserves great credit for the
zeal and perseverence he has exhibited, in the fur
theranc of this enterprise, which was of his own
concepti,,. The brethren of Virginia City Lodge
No. 4.3 and Montana Lodge U. D. say they are de
termined to have as fine a Masonic outfit as can be
seen any where, and as they mean what they say, and
are in a country where men dig money, they are like
ly to keep their word.
CvAL Discovaemt.-.-We have seen a splendid spec
imen of anthracite, belonging to Judges Miller and
A. S. Potter. The vein is located at Big Hole, and
the coal burns freely when ignited in the flame of a
common candle. Judge Hosmer has also shown us
specimens of the same variety of coal, of as good
quality as can be found anywhere, brought from the
Dearborn and Pretty Horse Island veins, about forty
three miles beyond Helena. The Dearborn seam is
four and a half feet thick at the cropping, and the
other, five feet. They were discovered by William
Barker. Our readers are aware that there is a whole
country side of this mineral on the Missouri, and
that a mine of bituminous coal of good quality has
been diecovered at Summit. Hurrah for Montana!
Coal, wood, iron, water, gold, silver, lead, copper,
grass, grain, and free mountain air. This is the
country for good men and good women to live in.
PipEs.-Nick Kessler has brought wlth him from
Europe a complete stock of first class Meerschaum
Piper. The design, quality of the material, and the
finish of these articles cannot be surpassed. No one
that needs a genuine Meerschaum need remain unsup
plied. Nick is going over to live at Blackfoot,
where he will keep a saloon in his old style. He will
take with him a selection sufficient to keep the boys
uover there in smoking trim. Persons desiring to avail
themselves of the chance now offered, can obtain
ipos tfrom Messrs. D. W. Tilton & Co., at the City
ook Store; Roath & Co., same place; Messrs. But
lor, Wallace street, and Hale & Co., Jackson street.
The last two firms will have some for sale at their
branch establishments at Helena. A smoke out of
a good meerschaum is the very acme of fumific en
THE freight and pasiengers by way of the river are
fast arriving. The Deer Lodge has made three tripe,
bringing up the cargoes of heavier boats. The
names of the vessels whose lading has arrived at Ft.
Benton, up to our last advice@, are the Deer Lodge,
Yellowstone, Benton, Grant, Effie Deans and St.
Johns. The last two ran up to the mouth of the
Marias and discharged at Ophir. The following boats
were expected immediately: The Sam Gaty, David
Watts. Rouanoke, Fanny Ogden, Marcella, G. W. Gra
ham, Twilight and Lillie Martin.
T.E note of preparation has sounded; cavalry are
organizing; Firemen are looking at the glass front
ways, sideways and every way, to see how the new
uniform looks. Joe Magee is in a state of perpetual
locomotion, having an eye to the absolute perfection
of No. 1 Hook and Ladder; while Charley Curtis,
from Helena, as large as life and twice as natural, is
sacrificing himself on the altar of Montana Fire
Company No. 2. The ladies are engaged in making
raids on the dry goods stores, and there is not an idle
person about town that does not feel uneasy at the
stir about him.
NOTICE.-The member'of Pioneer Hook and Lad
d;r Company No. I will meet for drill in the Oling
house Hall, at eight P. Y., on Monday evening. By
order of JOE MAGEE, Foreman.
N. B.-The names of any members who do not
turn out in uniform on the Fourth of July will be
struck off the company roll.
STAR RE:sTAURANT.-The Star Restaurant is open
to-day for the reception of guests. The building
and accommodations are all that can be desired. The
want of a house in which : man can get what he
neeti without paying for what he does not need, is
now supplied. The separate entrance to the Ice
Cream Saloon will be much appreciated by the ladies.
Go and see for yourselves.
THE CELEBRATION ON THE FOURTH..-ThO citizens
may look out for a fine time on the Fourth. Besides
the usual routine procession, an opportunity of fra
ternizing with the inhabitants of Nevada, who seem
bent upon doing theirshare, and who will return with
the cortege, and take part in the proceedings in the
afternoon. Let every man, woman and child turn
out and celebrate the glorious occasion.
A bIIL with fifteen stamps will be placed on the
ground of the Oro Fino Company, Hot Springs Dis
trict. as soon as it can be hauled from the river.
Thirty-five additional stamps are coming by another
boat. The power and machinery is adapted to fifty
TEERE Was a heavy hail shower on Tuesday even
ing. The celestial buck-shot made such a rattle that
it was with difficulty the voice conid be heard, if the
owner was under a shingle roof. This was fbllowed
by rain of the wettest kind. The weather has been
bright and lovely ever since.
QuAsrz Muss.-We are informed by Mr. Busch
that seven quarts mills are on the way up the river
for this Territory. They are to be located in Black
foot, Alder Gulch and Hot Springs Districts.
POLICE COUrT -John Crab, charged witt! being
drnk--dismised. E. F. Travis, asault-flned $5
and coats. Michael O'Hara, drunk and disorderly
-1Sed $10 *nd costs. John Shoemaker, drunk and
di..derly-aned $10 and costs.
NTICE.-Montana FireCompany No. 2 arehereby
notified that a meeting of all the members will be
held at the City Hall to-night, at 8 P. x. It is hoped
that none will be albunt or behind time. By order
of L. W. FeBA, Foreman.
TaIts rMoM THE RIVER.-Mene. Erfort, BUeh
A Co. have received a train of seventeen four mule
*oN from Benton, laden with State flour, sugar,
COfe and whisky. Messrs. Dence A Stuart received
am"ail train about a week age, and another laet
qATRAx Boiaui ha opened oat a carefully elect
d W.ortmest of Cigar, Tobacco Uc, at the old
t of King, Crtar A Co., Jaskuo Street- He
.bo a lot of glas or sale. Those who like a
tood cipr should give uis Btor a4riaL
Oa KMIgu Baroan.-Maers. Rsehtetlow h
- h- v n tendea 4*ir mk ra st
"t a t ed otheir mus eto ne ort 4* to
YiOe k4%l deserv.l
catr aJrum eosaun, rrasamno.
Henry Brandy vs. John A. Nelson--Suit dismissed
Root More & Co. vs. Wesley Hill-Motion for time
to answer, till the 28th of June. Granted.
J. F. Dougherty vs. Thoe. Fox--Judgment by
default, $702 00 and costs.
The Territory vs. Geo. Scranage, Parrott and Van
Cleve-Motion to set aside the forfeiture of the
recognizance. Under advisement by the Court.
The Terrtory vs. Nathaniel Stanley and Adelaide
Bidwell. Nolle proee ui entered.
.Territory vs. John S _a-Nolle roseqsi entered.
Christian Hundrick vs. Neil Hown et al-Contin
ned to next term.
Steele and Shroyer vs. Elias Story-On motion, A.
Brown was appointed Receiver pendente hte.
Edward O'Donnell vs. Edward McCann-Motion by
defendant to dismiss the suit. Granted.
L. 9P Crabtree et al vs. Schowalter et al-Junr
trial. This was an issue to try whether the plaini
were the owners of claims p. 3 and 5, below, on
Dundee Bar, Nevada Distri., on the 12th of August,
1864. The jury decided that they were not.
Territory vs. George Scranage--The defendant was
charged with obtaining property under false pre
tences. Jury trial. Not guilty.
L. P. Crabtree et al vs. Lott and Brother-The
same issue was raised in this case as in Crabtree vs.
Schowalter. Judgment for defendants.
Root More & Co. vs. Wesley Hill et al-Argu
ment on demurrer to defendant's answer. Demurrer
Spencer Harrison & Co. vs. H. C. Crewell-Verdict
for plaintiffl--$393 83.
THE EXCELSIOR MnIsTRELs.-The benefit of Billy
Sheppard will come off to-night, at the Adelphi
Hall, Nevada. This will be the last night's per
formance at that place. The Company will open the
Criterion Hall as a Melodeon, under the manage
ment of Billy Sheppard, McGovern & Co.
PROPERTY holders have been notified to clear up
the Streets in front of their lots, after this is done,
the Marshal will keep the thoroughfares clear, hav
ing a cart for the purpose.
THE WEATHER is decidedly hob-at last! Quick
silver is hunting for 90 degrees in the shade. If
weather was a mercantile article, surely VirginiaCity
could supply the world. We have it in every variety,
and each kind A No. 1 in its own line.
ARRIVED.-We had the pleasure of shaking hands
with Geo. M. Pinney, Esq., U. S. Marshal for Mon
THE Hook and Ladder Truck, after divers interest
ing and tortuous peregrinations through town, is now
receiving the finishing touches from the hand of J.
ALDER GriLCH. -Ali damage by the flood is about
repaired, and the dust is beginning to settle at the
riffles as in days of yore.
E. OLINGHOUss & Co., corner of Jackson and Wal
lace streets, have for sale two sets of superior black
smith's tools and a quantity of quicksilver.
WANTED.-A married woman without children, as
housekeeper for a business firm. Apply at the City
THsn Marshal is not through with the dogs yet.
Arrxa a week's absence we return to find ourself
almost a stranger in our young, fast and prosperous
town. New buildings finished, and in all stages of
construction, greet our eyes wherever we look. The
clink of the hammer and the rasp of the busy saw
resound through the streets, from early dawn till
dark. Building is progressing very rapidly on the
upper part of Bridge street, and some fine stocks of
merchandise have been opened out here. Mr. Col
lins, of Virginia City, is as busy as a nailer fitting
up houses of all kinds along that street. We know
that he took a contract to erect a building 40x22,
and to finish it in the best style, within four days.
We haven't quite mastered the process, but we know
he is a "fast man," at any rate. The other end of
the town is holding its own well in the race of pro
gress. The best building yet erected is Taylor,
Thompson & Co.'s storage and commission house,
which will be opened next week, as our readers will
see by the new advertisement of the firm, in our next
SHOT THE WRONG BIRD.-One of the dromedaries
which lately came into the Territory, was quietly
grazing near Snow Shoe Creek, when a hunter in
search of game observed the wonderful brute. Think
ing that he was about to contribute a new name to
the list of American quadrupeds, he fired. Down
sank "the Ship of the Desert." and up ran the hunter.
On discovering the anatomical peculiarities of his
prize, Nimrod evaporated with rapidity. Being over
taken by the owner, and informed in a very pointed
and energetic manner that he had shot one of his
pursuer's camels, with an inimitable nonchalance, he
exclaimed. "Well, Mister ! you can have the camel
if it's yours." On mature reflection, the camel
shooter has determined to go for elephants on his
Taa Posr.ns all over town announce that the
Grand Pic-Nic on the Fourth will come off in Owy
hee Park. Everybody, and more especially the rep
resentatives of the fair sex in this portion of the
vineyard, is on the look out for fancy articles of
attire. Were we anxiousto obtain a "love of a bon
net," a jockey hat, a neat pair of gaiters, fancy
shoes, or any of the infinitely important, yet mys
terious and unnameable articles belonging to a lady's
wardrobe, we should go to Poznanski & Behm, Bridge
street. Everything needful in that line is there, and
also all kinds of gentlemen's clothing.
MoaE FREE THA WELCOrE.-On Monday morning,
an enterprising unit of the "floating population,"
named Wm. White, confiscated the saddle of a horse
belonging to Captain ShaBon, while standing in a
corral. Pursuit being made, the offender was over
hanled, and received an invitation to partake of the
county hospitality. He boards at the "Cease to do
evil and learn to do well," Helena, and has been pre
sented with some massive jewelry, in the shape of
anklets. He never will be able to tear himself from
MORE INDIAN MuRDEx S.-As the pilot of the
steamer U. S. Grant was out in a yawl sounding the
channel of the Missouri river, with four deck-hands
of the boat, the party were fired upon by Indians,
and three of the men killed. The pilot and one of
the hands made their escape. The former swam the
river, and reached the boat, which was aground
about one half mile below, in a state nearly approach
ing to nudity, his path lying through heavy thickets
of underbrush and beds of prickly pear.
OUTRAGEous.-We conceive it to be our duty to
call the attention of the authorities to the highly
improper practice of galloping horses through the,
streets of our town. A very smll brain ired with
tangle-leg, ensconced behind a low forehead, and a
very big pair of spurs, are usually the most noticea
ble articles of the rider'. outfit. The public safety
demands the stoppage of the practice.
rAxoma "Sorr."--One of the teder-feet being
anxious to become rich in a ha.Py, tried his fortune
at the "ten dice game," in the OsFoni ch e,
one night last week. He came out at the wrong door,
his personal estate being diminished by 235.
OLrvsa Co.'s Coauas to Virginia arre arod
depart daily. The stoe to loot makes ti
weekly trip. Punctualityis the order of the d.
nad the Viibcle are crowded, both alant r a
Big Run in B acXbwr.- 4" da7 la week, Mr.
Joe Brown, of Opir pulch, re at over ne hun
dred dolass, sad also took oat two
weighing eleven ounce, and one seen. M tht
is big pay.
D6 4 the wek the .me~ ,,I rM . a __e
freight wagons. Most of the eight stemM. atoe
have sarived, and ir _etyee Note seapm. .a so of
al kinds of in i.
Bir SAL.-Nos. 7 and 8 on Last Chance gulch
below ducwvery, sol for $12,00 on Tuleby. The
gentleman who bought had to bring the dwt in a
water bucet, not habing anything ebein the ho.
lare enough to hold it
RaiD the hiitatjou to the emeUth of Jly -Ec
sic it Owyhee Park.
Bacualmer, Taxi C(vuan.-We notie in oux
daily perambulations numbers of the fair sex, just
arrived frm Beaton. Let them eome Our cup o.
happines'i sweetaere. They aVe welowme.
Soxn of the mnest genuine old Scotch Ale, at
Simpson & Viviia's, on Ferry street. Thanks to
friend Boon for bottle of it as asample.
WAan.--The lower ditch has been hished, and
now furnishes an abundsnt suply of water to all
the mines in the lower part of Last Cih gulch.
RaAn the invitation to everybody and the est of
the neighbors to attend the great Pic-Nic on the 4th
of July, at Owylwb Park.
Virginia City Wholesale Market
Corrected Weekly for the Morrsr PosT, by
ROCKFELLOW & DrNNIE,
No. 5, Jackson Stare, Virginia; M. T.
VIUoGnuA Crrr, KL T., July 1t, 1866.
During the week there has bee an inareased demand for
nearly all kinds of goods rom our new mining camps.
The arrival of large lots at Helena, fom B.nton, has not
had the effect of depressing the market as expected. Deal
ers are buying more freely, owingtothe very alight change
in prices the arrival of new goods has made in our mar
Few arrivals from Salt Lake the poast week. Two trains
only from Fort Benton. Others are daily expected
FLOUR-Firmer, and in better demand. No St. Louis
in the Market. We quote Salt Lake M. Tanner, Provo,
$19.00,20.00; Other brandd, [email protected].
PRODUCE-Supply limited, except Potatoes which
are slow and dull. Potatoes, ' lb 11l2 eents; Onions,
scarce, P tb 15@20 cents; Beets, none; Turnips, none.
GRAIN-But little in the market. Oats (and Barley in
demand. Wheat, none in market; Barley, f' lb 14@16
cents; Oats, p i 12.i@15 cents.
BACON-More active, owing to the demand to supply
trains; but no increase in price. We quote prime at f.l
HAMS-In demand at P lb 55@57+ cents,
LARD-Market quiet, p lb 45@50 cents.
CANDLES-No change to note. Demand light. Werks,
Cincinnati. f lb 6(i)@65 cents; St. Louis brands, pf tb
SUGARS-All kinds are lower and in demand. N. O.
and Sandwich Island, p lb 48@50 cents; A Refined y .,
It 55.571 cents; Carushed, p lb 55@60 cents; Powdered
Ex ' lb 60 cents.
COFFEE-Very tearee. We note an advance of 5 cents
since last quotations. Prime Rio, f ltb 72@73 cents.
TEAS-Stock very limited, with an increased demand,
from freighters for Salt Lake Market. Green Tea, P lb
$2.7593.50; Black Tea, ' lb [email protected].
GOLDEN SYRUP-Stocks limited. Molasses and
Sorghum slow and dull at quotations. Belcher's St. Louis
g.s 49' 10 gal keg $6).00O&62.50 ; Belcher's St. Louis Syrup
p 10 gal keg $50.00&52.50; Belche.r's Chicago Syrup, p
10 gal keg [email protected].
BUTTER--Excedingly dull for Salt Lake packed.
Ranche Butter in demand. Ranche p lb [email protected]; Salt
Lake packed, pf t. 60?65 cents; St Louis and States
packed, p tb 50?@6( cents.
FRUITS-The market is firm, and all kinds in demand.
No Dried Apples in Market. Salt Lake Peaches, p lb
50@55 cents; Blackberries, f lb 65?70 cents; Cherries,
4p tb 65 @ 70 cents: Currants and Prunes, ' lb 70,75
cents; Other Dried Fruits, 3 lb 70?75 cents.
CANNED FRUITS-Peaches P case, 2 doz cans.
$20.O).0,22.00; Blackberries p case, 2 doz cans, $20.00,
22.00; Strawberries ' case, 2 dos cans, [email protected];
Oysters P case, 2 dos cans, $20.00&22.1).
TOBACCO-In demand, and but limited supply of Nat
ural Leaf in the Market. All kinds firm. Lewis & Bro.,
N L Ex i4 lb $2.00 ; Other Brands good N L f Ib $2.00;
Other Brands, common sweet, range from $1.20tol.73.
WHISiKEY-Continues in fair demand. The market is
well supplied as yet from last year's stock. Kentucky
Bourbon, p gal [email protected]; Missouri Bourbon, d gal
$5.00i 6.00; Copper Distilled Rye, P gal $4.00&5.50.
BRANDIES AND GINS-Imported p gal $12.00@
16.00; Domestic, $6,00&$8,00.
COAL OIL.-No demand. Large lots are reported to
have arrived at Beatton, and already in this market have
been offered for V gal $3.50, without buyers.
REI'ORTED BY ALLEN & M.ILARD, BANKERS.
VIRGINIA CITY, June 30, 1863.
There is but little gold dust offering.
We quote to-day :
Coin buying at 8 per cent. premiam for dust.
Gold Dust buying (in lots) at $18,00 per oz., for Treasury
Gold Dust buying at $14,50'615,00 per oz., for Coin.
Exchange on N. Y., selling for T. N. at 3 per cent.
Exchange on N. Y., selling for coin at 5 per cent. prem
ium-payable in (>ldd.
Imn nnn onm n•iimml
The Citizens of Nevada City and District are hereby no
tified to arsemble on the morning of the FOURTH OF
JULY, at Adelphi HIall, at eight o'clock, to act in concert
with the N. C., F. B., and participate in the raising of the
Flag of Our Country, on the arrival of the Procession from
Virginia. DR. L C. SMITH, Pres't.
Joun H. McGR.tTlt, Sec'y.
All members of the N. C., F. B., will meet promptly at
their hall on the morning of the 4th, at 9 o'clock; and all
members coming from abroad will report immediately on
their arrival to the Secretary. By order of
JAMES McELROY, Centre.
JoRx McGRATH, Sec'y.
Notice is hereby given to the Public, that the Jefferson
Bridge, having been fully repaired, is now in proper con
dition for the passage of vehicles and general traffic. At
the Jefferson Ranche, the wants of the traveling public
will be attended to and their comfort secured. A good
corral, etc. JAMES WINSLOW.
The Public will please to take notice, that William Mar
tin, Recorder of Saunmit District, has been appointed by
me to collect all my outstanding debts.
2t*44 Proprietor of the Bakery and Saloon.
One with the name of FRANK NEUSE, one JollaN WAL
POLE, left at our store in Nevada, about the 25th of May,
by Mr. Lynch, Freighter. Reoeived at Salt Lake.
44-4t GENSLER & GRIEST.
Office to Let.
In Content's Buildin' , corner of Wallace & Jackson Ste.
Apply to 8. Content, Jackson street twodoorabove Rook
fellow &. Denee. 44tf
Lost or mislaid, a Diary for 1865, containing papers of
value to me only. Any one fnding and returnit it to me,
or informing me where it can be found, will be handsomely
rewarded. 44-2t* A. S. PARKER.
Is hereby given, that there will be a term of the Supreme
Court of the Territory of Montana, held at the Court Room
in Virginia, in said Territory, commencing on Monday, the
3d day of July, A. D. 1865, at ten o'clock in the forenoon
of that day, for the transaction of such business as may be
brought before it. By order of the
Hon. H. L. HOSMER, Chief-Justice,
Hon. L' P. WILLISTON, Asoeiate-Jtutice.
(Sfigued,) A. M. TORBET, Clbrk. 42-3
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
The partnership heretofore existing between Chas. W.
Fowler and Philip Schenk, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. Either party of the late firm of Fowler & Schenk
is authorized to settle the affairs of the firm.
CHAS. W. FOWLER,
Virginia City, M. T., June 5th, 1865. 42-44
Direct from Sharpe's Factory, N. Y., four Billiard Tables
-one carom, one four pocket, and one six pocket; marble
beds, ten feet long. with all the neessary furniture and'ap
paratus. Also, Mirrors, Bar Fixtures and a prime lot of
Liquors, Cigars, &c. The entire oonsignment is expected
to arrive at Fort Benton by the 15th instant, per steamer
Roanoke. Apply to A J. Roeenstine, at the Oak Hall
Clothing store, next door to Higgins & Co.'s auction mart
Persons indebted to 8immons & Staiger, arreqnsted
to call at the ofie ofR. E. Cooke, and settl diately.
t3uch a course, promptly tollowed, will save cots. 414t
One white horse, branded on left shoulder, A. N. P.; one
roan horse, black mane and tal, branded "P" on lfthip;
one ray home, no br.d; me. brown Spanih mule, no
bran; ae brown borse with white legs; em ease paney
with roached mane and one sorrel poy. Theabove
stock have been on our srome mtote s. Th
owners are reqieted fa PcM 4b gst i or they will
be sold to pay -lrIs TALWOT &CA BTREBi.
Virginia ey, ., June 3d, 18. 41-t*
The co-partacaship heretedoe eilng between A. M.
Holter sad E. EveasoM, of Tiluaes City, this day di
solved by mutual eo . sea wil be uo-osd'by
A. M. Baker, at t4e 0I1d, eOMretJa lWBsm Cos4
setree. An lprs tes b tiolls t lldg @equlAtb
call and tte by tbe lt July.
VrIaty City, Jaw MlH 45,
TWO hundred feat do Ro itbber N.tm wS Pip n
and WNosle, ftr .le "by
40-tt N. BNLLMa E Q.
JNE W A.DVERTISI' &NT.. .'
5aekeou sie*t, - 'irsraIa itay..
Mmea, Brandt & BSchenk
Gs to ..hrm ther feads and the pubse generally,
B t atys bafitts ed their new 8Stoe Bnildi
Itely and regardle. ef expense. T will be
ttmdndatd on the
Seleetions aa be made by meo guest Bfem the Bill of Pare,
on whichthe pitees of eaoh article will be distinctly marked.
leetdeakm a Riese t s Servt d I. ta
Oysters and other Shell Fish in all Styles.
PASTRY OF ALL KINDS(
JELLY AND PUDDINGS.
3- C)0 RD )IR .
Will receive every attention at the hands of
AN ICE CREAM SALOON
Is fitted up with a separate entrance for Ladies, where
every delicacy and description of refreshment obtainable
at such establishments will be in readiness.
A choice selection of
TH7iners, Liquors, aso.,
will be kept on hand, and also
CIGARS OF THE BEST DESCRIPTION.
MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY
L Suppers provided for Public and Private Parties in
the highest style of the art.
All kinds of Preserved Fruits. 45-tf
E- Olinghonse. W. B. Ridenour.
E. OLI.VGHIOUSE A* CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
STORAGE & COMMISSION
Corner of Wallace & Jackson Sts.,
VIRGINIA CITY, - - M. T.
The Best Fire-Proof Warehouse in the
City, with Cellar Attached.
They Keep conhtantly on hand and for sle
' LINSEED OIL,
MA, eWa, cMNyuE ie a Id
cua rnrma W~l (10 (k~~- "d
we laaI5t anmcam" at anu W= c
C E URAL MERCHANDISE,
We sI uf do" wwga goo& Is U4Utbe IY
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MeCORMICK & OBLE,
STORAGE AND COMMIBI80X
. 01 ER CH.A T S"
WHOLZSAL'M AND TAIL
Dire-preof Stone Wuais
(Feaerly oeoupied by & Cao.,)
Graer of Wallace and Vaal em S.,
VreZRGIA CIrT, M T.
Prompt attentin given to the Prchbase, Sale and 8orage
PreOva oss, PFredwue,
Liberal Cash Advances Made on
Messrs. Holladay & Halsey, Bankers, Salt Lake,
Kimball & Lawrence, Merchant, "
" Gilbert & Sons, " "
Mr. William Sloan,
Messrs. Hawke & Bro., Nebraska City.
" Warren Hunsey & Co., Bankers, Denver City.
Daniels & Brown,
" J.J. Roe & Co., Virginia City.
" Geo. H. Hanna & Co.,
Captain William Parkinson, Helena.
J. G. Baker, Fort Beaton.
James N. Williams,
FASHIONABLE Hair Dressing and Shaving Saloon,
Bridge Street, Helena, Montana Territory. 45-tf
GURNEY & CO.,
BOOTS A' SHOES.
W E have received another large stock of of our well
known Custom Made Boots and Shoes, consisting of
ENGLISH CAP BOOTS,
LIGHT AND HEAVY KIP BOOTS.
FINE SEWED and PEGGED CALF BOOTS,
In great variety, and
Misses' Kip, Calf and Cloth Shoes
Also, a ine assortment of
GAITERS, of SERGB,
FRENCH GLOVED KID,
Morocco and Calf Skin.
Misses', Boys', and Children's Wear.
Hayward's Double and Single
Sole Rubber Boots.
N. B.-We Warrant all our Work.
Stores at Virginia, Nevada S& ielena
Cities, M. T.
HE T.T.A CITY
AIDW AIR TGII!
JOHN A. NYE & CO.,
Where Pilgrims and Aetual Settler may always obWi a
general amortment of
COOK STOVES, CAMP STOVES,
CAST IRON STOVES, PICKS,
SHOVELS, AND MINERS'
FARMERS' AND MT
Tin, Sheet-Inr and Copper Ware.
Builder's Hardware, Coae-MiYIs, OK ad Homae Shoe
Nails, Carpenters' Tools, and a great variety,
of other thing. pretty, msll and
soli. Job ork in Cpper,
STin and Sheet Ls, doee
JOHNl i A. PIl & O .,
3.55 Vtirginia Oity eand Helen, . T.
Biggins, Travis r4 Co.,
Wallace Street, Virginia City, ana
Heleaa W. T.
LIVERY AND SALE
ST A. BLE S
ELEGANT r ehiles, ad well tained hone fr te
Sfddl, Buggy or C.rie acotuatly a hLd.
A First Cla Turn-out Guarsteu .
THE VIRGINIA CORRAL IS IN CON
NECTION WITH THIS ESTAB
Bawrcv & &ruoaxr,
Faflc Sta.sra;s;,tro4 ? M. T
SADDWl3, UNlAI^i~h3 BOOTS, 89OU5ý
Wandae ar, aTs buIs of, M. T..
WNOLºLUS .XD XUTAZ.
COMIISSION EERCII'i r
Hain an an ndf auj a e.mpa. auumagat
S U G A R , 0 " 1 9T A
DRIED FRUWT OF ALL KINDS
CAN FRUITS OF ALL KINDS,
OYSTIIS, SARDINES, eta, s s
R0P35 AND N AILS 01 VZRY WM
A Number l or" e
VIga adTobTaoo, FIsVodEXt.s ibovube U, t
4,000 Powusls of Petsee
CITY BOOK STORE,
ride street, Helena, U. T.,
Is kept costantly sapplaed with the best ad let
seetfnomeFV asd Fusc G*ds,
BLANK BOOKS OF EVERY VARIETY,
LETTER, NOTE & FOLSCI PAP rR,
LEGAL CAP, & ENVELOPES
OF ALL 81Z1S.
The Eest Selection of Reading Katter
in the Territory.
Feather Dusters. Whisk Broom, Hair, Clothes, Teth
and Paint Brushes, Domaioes, Chis and
Cheeker Men sad Boards. Look
A beautiful asrtment of Frem and Gena
Lithegraphe aUm4 teel Egmravan.
A SODA FOUNT?,AIN.
43-tf D. W. TILTON & 00.
BAUGH & POLLOOK,
On Jackso. street, betweeen WUaise
ana Cover, Virginia Clty, S. T.
IF YOU WANT A FINE JOB OF HOSE
Go to Bau& Plloek if you want yar draft Heas ad
Mal WeSl 8bod.
Go to Baugh & Pollock, if you want a good job of Oz
Go t Baugh & Pobook, if you wat a good job o MMi
Go to Baugh & Pollock, if you want the best Mnlng Pbks
Go to Ba.gh & Polloek, if you want yor wag.as ad
hbacks repaired in sood tyle.
Go to B ogh & Pelo you want a good job Blak.
Go to Bgh & Pollock, if you want to seoll your old wags
beMes. Cooke, Gay & Newell, Virginia ,
Foeter & Co tt
S Bllar & White, " "
" Rockfsllow & Denme, "
" Holier & Everso, " ,
Creighton & Co.,
Mr. N. Stein, Agent, O. . L Co., "
" John Clark,
" Nathan Gibo, "m,
BAUGH & POLLOCL
Virginia City, Jane 10, 18a65. Se
W. a. TRAv,
G. W. BODon r.
BY virtue od sa exeeution iaed out ofthePhist Judidal
District Court, in and for the County of Medis, Tor.
ritory of Mostam,, wher.l W. 8. Tarvis is ad
G. W. Blodget is dendant, dated M day A. D.
185., for the sum of four hundred anudelghty me huadedl
dollan damage., ad mixty and eihty mhundrldi i
lar as costs of suit, I asve b up. the folwlg h p.
p ot dtedemfodant, to wit: Oune arche ita o a m e
adiso y River, n as the IaIanRanMe, and armmry
occupied by - Dean, contalag oe hbadred and .
aeres; also, one other Eanche, conh one haunmBd _a
sixty acres, situate as the east ide t Mdison riv
about gt mile below the mding sairirw, adaew
Oaapi d by - Wearer; also, am vthr rasebe, se
on the east side od the MadiLon river, aow as the "~.C
touwood IRMaeh." Also, Mtha.t Sor lotd o ml : e Vk.
- City, being blc number twest y. ha m
the' " l Horn Cora" togethe wit the i=.evt
an apps t a . rt hao below . Allodrmd
is situatd I Yadse Conty Terit Mevme
tee is hereby r t at Ii, on tbhe sth hoda Jue,
1865, at 10 o a a. ., at the Court ae .. Virsi gis
City, sel to the highest iddaer eash thesse boe
ed property, to maLdy aid ema i. and asss el seLt
NEIL HOWa31 5. e ,
nMay 31.5, 1 . J-46 By J. 1. 3naz, agng.
D. W. TILTONI & CO.,.
Corser of Wallace and Jackdu 8t.,
A iage ad vred Stock of
Stationery of all Kinds,
Blank Books and Forms.
A hol CoB sote dt
HNtel by tb mt Cdtelembrl A rs,
WmR Poser of WHIM 99
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