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atAW9 OF KIONTAJA TEZR=iOII.
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AN AUT
To Reg gtei Pftcsdes, ip, C ,~desat Cass
id the Courts of Justca in Me Territory
Mf ontana.
e c l lepagiahdve Aembly of the
Territory f Moat s :
Sec. 16. No person indicted for a felony can be.
tried ,ua ishe be peronal prreent during the trial,
nor can sa r f ted for say other offense be
tried anles he be' present, or some reepensible pereon
shall have executed an undertakin to pay an Ine
iethe `O U4 may be eUgd *nsl the
ifMti s O'w" e -a . jeE,"ndicted
shall be admitted to make lawfulproof, by compe
tent witnesse, or other testimony in his defense.
Se16¢ý Thy psoceegings prescribed by law in
civil'se h, re pbct to the impaneling of jurors,
the keeping of them together, and the manner of
rendering their verdict, shall be had upon trials of
indictment and prosecutions for criminal Henses
aeept in cases otherwise provided by statute.
,$c: 67...!he proyisions of law incivil cases, rel
esde t laagtbleat ueap sad attd*aase of
witnesses, their.examination of oaths and af.ima
tions, and proceedings for contempts, to enforce the
remedies and protect the rights of parties, shall
extend to criminal cases, so far as they are in their
aature applicable thereto, subject to the provisions
pj.is in any statate.
re,;T68. Verdicts may be set aside and new trials
awarded, on the application of the defendants, and
continuances may be granted to either party in crim
inal cases for like causes and under lae circum
stances, a t as to coats, .s i# uriiaU apses.
Sec. 169. In trials for treason no evidence shall be
given of any overt act, that is not expressly laid in
the indictment, and no conviction shall be had upon
say indictment for such offense, unless one or more
overt acts be expressly alleged therein.
.'$RCh, 5W i ) or ersrbt it these cases,
where the overt act is required by law to consum
mate the offense, no conviction shall be had unless
one or more overt acts be expressly alleged in the
'iatlic.tmnt, andprent.l 6 the tioly .nt ether overt
acts, not alleged in the indictme.an may be given in
evidence on the part of the prosecution.
Sec. 171. Proof of actual penetration into the
body shall be sufficient to sustain an indictment for
- -ner primr arvinnt natnrs
~,es. 17i8. If, in trial or proceeding in a criminal
case, the existence, constitution or powers of any
corporation shall become material, or be in any way
drawn in question, it shall not be necessary to pro
duce a certified copy of the charter or act of incor
poration; but the same may be proved by general
reputation, or by the printed statute book of the
State government, or country by which such corpo
ration was created.
Sec. 173. No person shall be rendered incompetent
to testify in criminal causes by reason of his being
the nerson iijured or defrsaded, or intended to be
ip qfed or defrauded, or that would be entitled to
sa.f-action for the injury, or is liable to pay the
costs of the prosecution; but no defendant shall tea
tify on his owe behol,,
See. 174. Persots of skill, or experts, may be
called to testify as to the genuineness of a note, bill,
draft, certificate of deposit, or other writing; but
three witnesses at least shall be reqired to prove the
fb es*upt is ameset a larceny threof.
, 4c. 174. Any person called as a witness to testify
against another for gaming is a competent witness
;o pvoar the pffense, although he may have been con
earnal ie a party; and shall be compelled to testify
as othef witnesses; but he shall not be liable to
indictment or punishment in any such case.
8ec. 176. When two or more defendants are jointly
indicted for any felony, any one defendant requiring
at shall be tried separately; in other cases defendants
joinatl indicted shall be tried jointly or separately,
an the discretion of the court.
Seo. 177. On the trial of any indictment or pros
erCtion for a criminal offense, exceptions to the
decisions of thecoult may be made in the same cases
and manner as provided by law in civil cases, and
bills of exceptions 'shall be settled, signed, sealed
and filed, as allowed by law in civil actions.
Sec. 178. If any person indicted for any offense,
and committed to prison, shall not be brought to
trial before the end of the second term of the court
having jurisdiction of the offense, which shall be
held after the indictment is found, he shall be enti
tiled to be discharged, so far as it relates to the
offense for which he was committed, unless the delay
[shall] [happen] (be graited) on the application of
the prisoner, or shall be occasioned by the want of
time to try the cause at such second term.
nec. ill. ix any person inasrem ror any owense,
and held to answer on bail, shall not be brought to
trial before the end of the third term of the court
in which the pause is pending, which shall he held
aftersuch indictment is found, he shall be entitled
to be discharged, as far as relates to such offense,
unless the delay [happened] (be granted) on his appli
cation, or bweoocaaonea by the want l thime to try
such cadbe at such third term.
See. 180. If, when application is made for the dis
charge of a defendant. imer dither of the last two
sections, the court shall be satisfied there is material
evidence emh perv of e' mitory whioh cannot
then be hal, that reaonable exitiomu hare'been made
to procure the same, and that there is just ground to
behl.v that such evidence can be had at the auceeed.
Steta, the cause may be continaed to the sext
e, ia4 $e prsoner re.aaied or admitted to bail
- absaney Psquire.
Sec. 181. If a defendant be indicted by a wrong
name, nllms he disclose his true name before plead
ing, he shall be tried by the name stated.
Sec. 182. If he allege(s) that another name is his
true name, it must be entered in the minutes of the
court, and the subsequent proceedings on the indict
ment shall be had against him by that name, refer
rye ,o e name by whit he is indicged.
BSfh. 183. The ourtmay quash an indictment, on
motion, when it appears on its face either : First,
that the grand jury had no legal authority to inquire
into theoffense charged; second, that the facts stated
do not constitte a public offeuie; third, that the
indictment contains any matter which, if true, would
constitute a legal justification of the offeae charged,
or other legal bar to the prosecution.
Sec. 184. No indictment shall be nolle prosequi'd
except by order of the court, on motion.
Sec. 185. The jury being impasneled and sworn,
the trial shall proceed in the following order. First,
the attorney prosecuting must state the case, and
offer the evidence in support of the prosecution;
euDuu but urieauauC or aii counsL may fnen state
hiA ee, tUat$k eviSglst tr aippei t thereof
third, the parties may respectively offer rebutting
] only, unless the cour, for good reason, in
ifr stnce of justice, permit them to offer evidence
upon the original ease; fourth, when the evidence is
concluded, aIless the casels submitted without argu
ent, the counselor theTerritory shall makethe open
ing rgument,the.oanellor thedefendant or defend
ants shall follow, and the counsel for the Territory
shall coqlqdetha aameot; fitytb4r court shall then
age eth'.jar, ti tritihtg, 'ad lghe such instruc"
ti9o5 ma ny be asked by the pties, or (he) may, in
1 _ Ma. s to .ave t~,e or may zoej f
,q~ Rhinm in,~t.i,~ tlha be given the
coart shall write upon the margin thbreof, "given."
Whe aha.h i .sPrnp hL b, tetfaed, the court in
ad similr manner shal Inte the obrd, "refused."
All m.odifoations of insutructions shall be in writing.
Nd reM ed instructions dell be read in the hearing
of the jury, nor shall the court in any case make any
or-l ~omt. to to he jar a the instructions, uniess
b i b)*i a ll ittsctkoas give.
and refused shall be Sled among the papers of the
auser i ' :
84 . .b When the is reasonabe doubt whether
- Jhis1 i phe .t k d. We nther
ir . C6l dP Yld, d tt r modetrrees
of the offens e is guilty, he may be convicted of
the Sou r1 90,2 p (4, ee)o o , .
Sec. 18t. When to or morte sons are included
in one prosecution, the court may, at any time before
te defendant has obe.iMto hb deene, direct any
defendant tobe . that he may be a witnu
i of saSff icht ýi eg nidd fa e=
it atyime beo. t ' coosed, be die
-io qbae ,a¶CJee.
offese.
Sec. 188. When it appear at May time before ver
dict or judgment, that a istake has been made in
chaging the proper offense, the defendant shall not
be dichail'Wt thee appear() d eae to detain
him i ;a atMj but the curtal conmnit him, or
T 'cColhivhltok anw to o the'bftie, *d it se*es
r, recoruh ttese ee ap aetife.
Sec1. hen i pea at any time before
judgment thka t=edet is prosecuted in a conaty
not ba I' jurisdision, the court may order the
Vanae of athe Aife `So~pd direct
that ae "1dfled and,
tMPR'ir c07ourt ofhepropw cmitr
at ";tb.Is J ieet -oe
qt W ro.aedi MU sl * nuIt had mO a the r
c im i tM a e in
:Ot het Omate0
ofinse charged in the former, or for any lower desre
of that orense, or for an olrese neesmarily included
therein.
* Sed. 1 -If a j.ror hs pess kIt, ew witb~thy
fact material to the cause, he must declare it to the
court, and not to his fellow-jurors out of court; it
a juror declare a fact material to the caus6 to his
fellow-jurors, without the knowledge of the court
and defendant, he may be punished as for a con
'e1i e e.. ba `....s w permns1 W Ab ap
rate after being impanneled, and at each adjourn
meat, they must be admonished by the court that it
is their duty not to convere among themselve, nor
suffer others to coverse with them, on a-y msubect
connected with the trial, or to form or express a
opinion thereon, until the clase is mially enbmdtted
to them.
Sec. 194. After hearing the charge, the jury may
either decide in court, or retire for deliberation.
Thug must r*ti iuder cl]rge edat ofiir, soen
to keep them totetber, in some private and convea
ient place, without food, except such as the court
shall order, and not permit any person to speak or
communicate with them, nor do so himself, unless
by order of the court, or to ask them whether they
have agreed upon their verdict, and return them into
court when they have so agreed, or when ordered by
the court. The oficer shall not communicate to any
person the state of their deliberations.
Sec. 195. When the jury have agreed upon their
verdict, they must be conducted into court by the
omicer having them in charge. Their names must
then be called, and if all appear, their verdictamit
be rendered in open court. If all do not appear, the
rest must be discharged without giving a verdict,
and the cause must be tried again at the same or next
term.
Sec. 196. Upon the trial of any indictment for
any ofense, when by law there may be conviction of
different degrees of such offense, the jury, if they
convict the defendant, shall specify in their verdict
of what degree of the offense they find the defendant
guilty.
Sec. 197. When the indictment charges an offense
against the property of another, by robbery, theft,
fraud, embezalement, or the like, the jury, on con
viction, shall ascertain and declare in their verdict
the value of the property taken, embezzled, or
received, and the amount restored, if any, and the
value thereof; but their failure to do so shall in no
wise affect the validity of their verdict.
Sec. 198. In all cases of a verdict of conviction
for any offense, whereby law there is any alternative
or discretion in regard to the kind or extent of pan
ishment to be inflicted, the jury may assess and de
clare the punishment in their verdict; and the court
shall render a judgment according to such verdict,
except as hereinafter provided.
Sec. 199. When a jury find averdict of guilty, ayd
fail to ageee oa the punishment tobe inrcted, or do
not declare sudh punishment by their verdict, or
assess a punishment not authorized by law, and in
all cases of judgment by confession, the court shall
assess and declare the punishment and render judg
ment accordingly.
nec. zuu. It tf@jury assessa punishment, wnether
of imprisonment or fine. below the limit prescribed
by law for the offense of which the defendant is con
viesut, the oart shall pwonouncesentenea and reder
judgment according to the lowest limit prescribed
by law in such case.
Sec. 201. If the jury assess a punishment, whether
of imprisonment or fine, greater than the highest
limit declared by law for the offense (of) which they
convict the defendant, the court shall disregard the
excess, and pronounce sentence and render judgment
according to the highest limit prescribed by law in
the particular case.
Sec. 202. The court shall have power in all cases
of conviction, to reduce the extent or duration of
the punishment assessed by a jury, if, in its opinion,
the conviction is proper, but the punishment assessed
is greater than, under the circumstances of the case,
ought to be inflicted.
e. 203. The court before which any person shall
be convicted of any criminal offense, shall have
power, in addition to the sentence prescribed or
authorized by law, to require such person to give
security to keep the patce, or be of good behavior,
or both, for a term not exceeding two years, or to
stand committed until such security be given.
Sec. 204. The last section shall not extend to con
victions for writing or publishing any libel, nor shall
such security be hereafter required by any court upon
any complaint, prosecution or conviction, for any
such writing or publishing.
Sec. 205. No recognizance given under the pro
visions of the second preceding section shall be
deemed toa be broken, unless the principal therein be
convicted of some offense amounting in judgment
of law to a breach of such recognisance.
Sec. 20. Afterverdict of uilty, or fnding of the
court against the defendant, if judgment be not
arrested, or a new trial granted, the court must pro
nounce judgment.
Sec. 207. Fo the purpose of judgment, if the
conviction be for an ofense punishable by imprison
ment, the defendant must be personally present; if
fore a fine only, he must be personally present, unless
-u adertakig .phal have been executed, as men
tioned in settion' one hundred and sixty-five; and
then judgment may be rendered in his absence.
Sec. 208. When the defendant is convicted of any
offense, if he be in custody, the court may direct the
officer in whose custody he is to bring him before it
for judgment.
Sec. 209. If in any case the defendant (is] (be) not
present when his personal attendance is necessary,
the court may order the clerk to issue a warrant for
his arrest, which may be served in say county in the
Territory, as a warrant of arrest in other cases.
Sec. 210. When the defendant appears for judg
ment, he must be informed by the court of the ver
dict of the jury, and asked whether he have any legal
cause why judgment should not be pronounced
against him.
Sec. 211. If no sufficient cause be alleged, or ap
pear to the court, why judgment should not be pro
nounced, it shall thereupon be rendered.
Sec. 212. When the defendant is adjudged to pay
any fiae and costs, the court shall order him to be
committed to the jail of the county until the same
be paid or replevied.
Sec. 213. In all casesin which the prosecutor shall
be adjudged to pay the costs, he shall be sentenced
to pay the costs of the prosecution, or give security
to the sheriff to pay the same in ten days, and
stand committed until the sentence be complied with.
Sec. 214. Any person imprisoned for failure to
pay any fine or costs, shall be discharged after being
Imprisoned one day for every five dollars of the fine
and costs, if it appear by affidavit or other proof,
that such person is unable to pay the same ; but exe
cution may issue against the property of the defend
ant or prosecutor, as on other judgments.
Sec. 215. Whenever judgment upon a conviction
shall be rendered in any court, the clerk of such
court shall entersuch judgment fully in theminut.e,
stating briefly the offense for which conviction shall
have been had; and the court shall inspect such
entries and conform them to the facts; but the
omission of this duty, either by the clerk or judge,
shall in no wise affect or impair the validity of the
ijudgment.
Sec. 216. Whenever a sentence of imprisonment
in a county jail shall be pronounced upon any per
son convicted 'of any offense, the clerk of the court
shall, as soon as may be, make out and deliver to the
sheriff of the county, . transcript of the entries of
such conviction, and of the sentence thereupon, duly
ertified by such clerk; which shall be sufficient
authority to such sheriff to execute such sentence;
and he shall execute the sese accordingly.
Sec. 217. When any criminal shall be sentenced to
any punishment, the clerk of the court in which the
sentence was passed shall forthwith deliver a certified
copy thereof to the sheriff of the county, who shall
without delay, either in person or by deputy, cause
such criminal to receive the punishment to which
he was sentenced.
See. 218,. SaOh eir dputr , *hile .dveyIn
the criminal to the place of punishment, shall have
the same power and like authority to require the
assistance of any citizen at the Territory in securing
s.ch criminal, and taking him, if he shall acape, as
ch sheriff or deputy has in any other case; am all
persons who shall neglect or yefue to uriiý uh
uheideovdiar whin abid, e ha .bekdI eo i
camie penaltie as for similar refusals in other caes.
Sec. 219. Wheneveranycriminal shallbenteced
to the punishment of death, the oort shall care to
be made out, sealed and delivered to theshril of the
aounty a warrast, suckh convichieo and s
shall b,·ltaatsd i hich s not he Is than four,
ner more tns eight weeks fret the time of the
stuh time .rte o . . aort
mac. 2i1: Whi irsaate a, rm s
apit tiafether day by ot m he shear
note the asee on the warrest, sad he dleas
OL ) .. w r .. ... .. ... ... .. 1C
1 :r KI
.~~ CrillsLiS)WjiL i~I~i
TOBACCO, CIGARS. PIPES,
NUFF, &C., &C.
a. J. Bremdltger 4* cv.,
St) ESPECTPULLY all the afudn& d an pesns
Sbyi uy d the bore artell, to thrdeirbe stock
vHBWIlf TOIACCO !
IThe eaM uda but arted tMoek of Pla sad lie Cut
Chewiag Tobsee wver offred in he Teritory.
SCOTCH AD GERMAN SNUFF.
CIGARS! CIGARS! CIGARS!
A wen-selected fock, fom which every one can be sulted.
Genine Meerachaum, Gutta Percha, Briar Root, all kinds
of Wooden, Fancy, Clay, .c.
PPE 8STEM-Patent Gutta Percha, Cherry, Cane, c.
Mouth Pieo and Cigar Holdea,
Playing Cards,
Cigar Cssu,
Tobeo60 Boses,
And a Variety of Fancy Go**s I
H. J. BRENDLINGER, & CO.,
Wallace treet, three doors below Kiskadde's 8tone Block.
42
Ftrt Bessam aud .bWesetassa
TRANSPORTATION
For SY. Louis and Intermediate Points.
STEAMER Des Lode, Thos. W. Bea, Master, will
leave Fort Beaton on or about the 15th of May. For
Freight or Passage apply to
J. J. ROE & CO.,
Wallace Street, - VIrgllma.
The steamer Beatos, W. Howard, Master, will suneeed
the Deer Lodge. These tw boats will remain above Fort
Union, running in connection with the boats of this line,
which will secure to passengers the certainty of going
through, and to shippers the delivery of their freihts.
We are prepared to insure all shipments mai by this
line in responsible offices. 36-49*
SOEER S TO..
FORMERLY BY
W. H. KASTOR & Co.,
KEEP ooustantly on band and are receirin from East
ern Markets, a fine and well selected of
CLOTHIING!
AND
Gentg' Fr sinK . Gooed?
SUCH AS
COATS,
PANTS,
VESTS,
HATS,
UNDER SHIRTS,
DRAWERS,
OVBBSHIRTS OF ALL STYLES,
SOCKS, &c., &c.,
Which I offer to sell both
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
AT TRB
L..cweint P'roes
Mrhmtn a, pauclmlt r.e..wted to give me a call
berpm , c mym iltiesarea uch thatI ea ant
all tim pply e with goods st from the East, at very
low pzioes
Itember th " "PION1RE STORE I"
elosw ELskaddem's 01 Staud,
Wallace Street, Virginia City.
G. GOLDBREG.
. . . . .
.Slteutfion,, Empigratnts!
gem Ier Isea to WOOMW BMode,. etab.
SI ITUATUD on the StinkLngwter Ct-off, nine mie
fi fro Nerada City, M. T. Mboe and Corral on Main
EteNevada City. Stek reeetivd "l& desIiTe4 eve
Good Greaad wow carmba 3ierdeuu.
"a6RX&--ar kkbr ud Hokrgg, U15O pw~anmmf ; Cat.
deR, 01,0 Per mH , rt -
Sltock of all kbdos boqrht md odd, and mcbseffe
%W~ ma ealtAU7 mos" ezelmmg
30fi JAMESl WILUAMS.
DZALRNS M
DRY, dOODS 4- CLOTHINf.
.ICEi ONj WtLddHS3tdq OWSIbJtmd&s
*bWiu~m X T., GOL 2M LSW
Op 49~~.~yp~~
J. d. Ioiuull.ow. wF. Ass
IROcULWW '& DERNEZ
WXOL3UALU 4 =MTAIL
-8t6=9e =4d Cnumiaslon
.~ifEX CR.E Jr Tb
STONE BUILDING,
Canad Wafla s sMd J. l mW,
VIUOIN&I CITY, - . - M To
"Advaem am& go
C O .s1x G.r ir~£ "T 8. .
Particular atteatiao givre to the ale of
FLOUR,
BACON,
LARD,
BUTTER,
SUGAR CURED HAMS,
PRIME MESS PORK,
POTATOES,
ONIONS,
OATS,
BARLEY,
WHEAT,
And all kinds of
PROID'CT
COFFEE, NAILS, RYE WHISKEY,
SUGAR, GLASS, BOURBON WHISKEY,
TEA, LAMPS, IMFORTED BRANDY,
SPICES, OILS, HAVANA CIGARS,
SOAP, SHOVELS, SMOKING TOBACCO,
CANDLES, PICKS, CHEWING TOBACCO,
DRIED & CANNED FRUITS
And a complete amortment of
Family Groceries.
REFER 10
Messrs. Holladay & Halsey, Gilbert & Sone, Howard
Livingtonm, Esq., James Bromley, Esq., Messrs. Kimball
& Lawrence, Win. Jennings, Esq., Salt Lake City.
John Hughes, Esq., - - Denver City, CoL Ter.
Messrs. Allen & Millard, Bankers, Meras. Erfort, Busch
& Co., Creighton & Co., Hon. James G. 8pratt, Virginia
City. M. T. 30-rvol.24*
B. M. DURELL. W. B. HUGHES.
B. .W. DURELL, 4 Cb.,
And dea~lrs in
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Boise City, Idaho Territory.
REFERENCES:
Allen & Lewis, Portland, Oreon
Moses, Ellis & Co., San F so.
Warren Leland, New York City.
Holladay & Halsey, G. S. L. City.
Rockfellow & Dennee, Virginia City, M. T. 34-6m
J. D. CUTT Y . I. U. WELI.
CLAYTON &A HALE,
Whbohle mad RhWI Demles is
DRUGS & 'ICIflIES,
CHLMRJ.ECaLS
UP" e, rawu, Oh,
tier 80, ?eraimry, Uainvn,
WWbr Gn, Col O ami coal 0 laps,
VIRCINIA CITY, M. T.
Physoian'. Prescriptions Care
fully Compounde.4
JJ1WEAW LLý'F9TR,
Commission Merchant.
Sea Nriasisu, - -
4Q.As ~biso Fwdind8mm ~fias.hi
~MImdb. mdbaihwy em %PmdwIPm
"TN wondting the ODEuI oft M .sRcAs ad othe nladd.
a ig in UTAH, IDAHO and MowTA4A the Subseedb
e is personal attention to the SELUCrIOW and
PvcmA of tle GOOD, which with a long experlenee t
the busines in San rancisao, will doubtless make it ex
oedigly advantageous to partie obtaiing their supple
thr him.
S.tlnm s made by wltever roate pertle, may 1ii
Thb COLawo O ormrs is nw practicable, ad oodi
a be f.rwled to CAiL's LANDoo, the depot r-Uta
Pfrig elr to HAarne LAIMIMa below.
Ansngemat eas b agde here - *f*iaghtg am Ir a
A on the Cueon RoIte, and dre Los A ileslt 8o &
on the Soothern Route.
i Omas om martle ~k hanU tale mae.t
bwaseompaad _ to Int msoe vwith ra Mn
oes r s at_-_mB
PaC L , and y hlabeai ra nrelakto to thf
ueebe€ BreFd Ma apZepiOff
ansemor m ALT LAKE crIr.
*Se m n seaM, o omauhes .xq a
Ther b.( OBbIne d Mainlte Bmujirm
».It S -*IP7 ^ ?~SinSeSa
:wtt so Ro Lrwy k Iiop~C~
M. CAuO LL HOm-- S
CORRREOL & *TZELL,
STORAGE, FORWARDING,
callrajlEmlm
leort Uontou, K. L.
HAVING been loeated at this poit fr several yeas in
the employ of the American Fur Company, ad hr
Ote pat year been engaged in the Forward and Co
miioa buaness, we repectfully solicit the patnage of
paruti hlpping
Goods to the Kines of Montana,
Via Fort Benton. We have now two large and very con
modioun
At this apl being persow y Seqaalited with uer
at the h.te* e tim Prt mesa. to the sa, if ate
able to tward hight
Onf MORE ADVANTAgZOUS TrIMI
Thn ay other parties. We ror to
J. J. Roe & Co., Rockhflow & Denaee, Deace & Stuart.
King & Gilet, and Gee Parker, q.. Vgint. City,
U Chotan, jr., & Ce., Thomas Ryan dJon G. Care
D. Cometable & Co., St. Joseph, Mo.
Weodn & Co., HefllGat.
.. Thapson, Req, Bannack, and bfighteq fram Fat
lntom generaly 40-2
KRALL & PETCHNER'S
Confectionery & Bakery
A Large sad Fresh Stock at
CANDIES, CANNED FRUITS
AND
CONFECCIONERIES OF ALL KINDB.
Flue CglarS Wllhes and Liquor,
KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Ball Suppers & Wedding Cakes
Got up oa short notce.
Wallace St., ome doer a.ve the Gem.
Virginia city, M. T., Sept 10, 1864. 4
MINERS AND FREIGHTERS
LOOK IT THI S
W E have removed our business from Cover street to the
Kiskadden Stone Building, on Wallace Street, where
we design to do a
JOBBING, RETAIL,
COMMISSION BUSINESS
We have in store and design to keep a gaeneral assortment
of
Groceries and Provisions,
Suited to the wants of Miners, Freighters,
Ranchmen and Families.
Our plan and design s to do business eaorrnect, and endea
vor to give general mtisfhction. We invite the patronag
of all We shall give prompt attentioa to tbe oungmeat of
goods and the selling of the same at the bt mfet pries,
making prompt returns of proceeds when les are made.
P. 8.-We hae in connection a 8toe Fire Preoo OeDar,
for the storage of goods.
46 ooW & PAT.TON.
RLU (JIC E (CITE.llEFT.'
IT is a well known act, that Dads, Hoiel & Co.'s is th
cheapest place in Virginia city to buy your
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS,
AND
A choice lot of those ie
CICARS, BOOTS AND SHOES I
In act, everything you wst.
FR155 ONION I533 ,
just eeeored rsom the States. DAVIS, HOUSEL & CO.,
3547 Wallee street, above the Stoae Bhe.
8peNeer aH rresa "# c.,
T..xxxx `Y'ard,
Cermer of Idaho anu Vaaturua Sie.,
amd in the rear of .he GRlden Gate
In Nevada.
A LL rders left aL or ae ted oat dskH es seei oa
bsa D Ibt tre agga Jmnua, lap i. cas
31.9!
HIGGINS, TRAVIS & CO.,
Wallace Street Virginia City, and
Helena, M. T.
AUCTIONBBRS AND COMKISSION
STORAGE FOR GOODS. Ums ""ama ande a
Coa . Stoc Md G0oodb df anl kind dikMd
P BLC * (j UTTIOM
-O
Private Sale.
Strict 4ttftion paid to the Sa1 qf Gqod
ysqe d l _ S ly3'
_ tin mri o m . M
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SPACE LIýk
aT3I C AID PACIFIC Str
Aiddon Rini"ud- C
Ts-veil Cmeba b" "m
vb. DIs City, Weasbmra, .
¶'RI-WEEKLY COACHf
UST,-M
Great Salt Lake City & Vi
City, M. T. via Bmmuamr a
V. S. MAIL AND PAMME .,
AIM, i-weekly mehrs betweem Vkgiais Cy t
Coachm hr Guat Salt Lke City ad Ue rea
klev VIgity City .,at
TUESDAY, TBUBSDAY , SUNDAY MOGig
eoamns.a at Fa a with eaoeh .s Bea.s, ap,
Wal sad at Great Salt Lake City. with the DagyL
Atlanutic Iate., Nvad and CaifL
For hrther prateubu apply at the oiber.
NAT. STZIM, 4
7-:e Vi riin City, xcat.ue Tat".
.. . H. Ham. Th.. . H..
R.?WV ' * CO.,
Wallace Sted., Vlrgfsa catr, 3. 7.,
WHOLEBALE AND RETAIL
G-"ER.O CE Its
COMMISSION MERCHA'NTS
Have on band and for ale a oouplete amewtat e(
eoasling in part of
SUGAR,
COFFEE,
TIMS
DRIED FRUITS OF ALL KINlS
CAN FRUITS OF ALL KINDS,
OYSTERS, SARDINES, etc., de.
ROPES, AND NAL7S0 o EVERr sa
A Number 1 article of
Califoraz.na A,, W iae,
arsa. i. Te.... rlsn m zaetrso, shores am
Plas ete., ete.
4,000 Pewsdr of Petats
JUST RBCEIVED !
.e
GURNEY & CO.,
BOOTS £ SHOES.
days h~ recet.d oa(Ls L lr fsloe s of cut.ý
mINING BOOTS,
CAVALM BOOTS,
NGWLISH CA? 300W
LIGIT AND NIEAVY I? 3
FIN S Sad PM S6UD CAnt 3OU
a gust vsmiety,mad
Eta..' =R, canll and Cloth Uh"
Ales, a Use am.taeat @1
CaADI U D IROS,
r GAIL ofd 5DMr
FRENCH GLOVED 51%
Korecs and Calf Ski3
Xl...', Boy3', and ChIeie's 'W.
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It ,g at Vfglatl*'s, Ni I dat INms
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