THE MONTANA POST. *
TIE ONLY PAPER IN THE TERRITORY.
saturday,..............Oct. 28, 1865. as
OUR AGENTS. 2,
H. M. BRYANT is the traveling Agent for the " Montana
Post.' and is authorized to solicit subscriptions, to obtain
lrdcrs for job work, and to collect and receipt for all mon
eys due t to this otlice.
AJolto Ih'soN is our authorized Agent at Fort Benton.
1.. C'. O. T'.ASKa is our Agent at Bannack. e
liEo. S. R NWLINGS, Silver Creek. a
A. AtiKEIMA N. Montana City. P
() (:. Ds\VIN. Silver Bow. C
T. i. STRAIT. Jefferson City. a
JAMES ST'A.\IIT. Deer Lodge.
Wou;iEN & Co., Hell Gate.
1I. M. BHRYANT. Helena.
JoN T 'EMPI'l.E. ,Junetion City.
\W. Hl. JA.cHB., Gallatin City.
J. VIPONID, German Gulch.
If. H. HAI'lTIAW.\ . Highland District.
,,W. \VWilTE. Pine Crove District.
F. ('lll't tc . Summin it City.
('A.\ t'BEH L & Co(., ConfederateGulch. a
3_l\aisoN Blit s. Blackfoot.
EFI. l'!i"'l.hrr. , of Virginia City. is our authorized Ageit
to retisve sibscrihb rs and moinies. His receipt will be good.
I i i i
TIHE MONT NA TI EATIcE.-This week the Fenians had
their colnliente r.ta benefit, and, despite the snow-storm
and the cold, turned out well, and they were rewarded for
their exertions by a good time. The evening's perform
ance included the representation of " The Stranger," "The
Dagger Scene." in - The Wife." a song from Little Belle,
and the ftree of " The Two Gregorys." George Chap
mn-: played The Stranger with sedateness and melancholy
a; it; ui fo,rmer representation of the character. He crc
ateld lmuh mirth in the character of Gregory. (the servant.)
Mrn..t'hapman's representation of Mrs. Haller was, at times,
tatly pathetic. and generally effective. Dick Johnson
made an xcel lent Soloron. and a highly oemic Gregory
Mla-ter) in the farce; ar. \W. J. Nor wood's Peter was
:taziugly dr, ll. Miss Perkins looked remarkably well,
.,i tih stage, as the Countess. and plays with more force
anld Inller- v e(vry time. Little Bellt sang her song, " The
('aptain with his Whiskers." in a very naive and amusing
a. nner. and was highly applaudied. In " The D)agger
Sc,'it'" I'-ter oualol, one of the Brotherhood, wholt we
a.slan as blonging to ithe confraternity of typos. really de
.r-rvdl !ucllh credit for his acting as Julian St. Pierre. It
nva- not ex~cageratled. blt was played artistically. and
aithi a mst correct apreciation of the plot. Edwin
("a. \ -,, pi'ecliarity is that he invariably plays the
tr, l-t par:' the. lest. gave Ferrardo very well:
he '6l,.,', frightenltd, which is not either eayv to
r t11. 'cu n to see. Much diapi.intmett was
cmused by the absence of Ihtz and Mrs. Caven.
,o a-. tent of thi weath"r, aid the manager.) De Witt
\VW.uhl-who play s -" Still waters run deep " iu every day
:I ---after taking the \ ililli part fir s.me time, with good
tone and ex.eeintion. seized his tavorite silver horn, andil.
turning te musicians into a brass band. gave a ereditaihle
performalc., on short notice. We understand that the
troupe start for lhelena in the be,'iiitmin of the week.
For the iprest i. lhey are starring it at at Nevada.
Alt ToNcG, though clestial, wias not immortal, see
ing that, like his forefathers, he dIel on Wednes.day
mornin-, and was buriel in the afternoon of. the
same. Anxious to nem- the funeral ceremonies attoenl
ant on tihe death of a discipll of Confucius, we
ch(ded time ligital drirction gi'ii to us by Judge
Tal iferro-who charactmIi-tc.ally pointed out the
way with .i large awl anIular lauip of quartz--and
arrnive at the place of re-idence of the deceased. On
entering the hoe, tile first object that struck our
att-ntion was the corpise. lying at full length north
aiii soulth, and covried witil a white cotton cloth.
At th" feet were quite a nu m sber of articlee intended
for the comfort of tthe deplnrted. Itmn, in the first
place, that is to say: two burning candles, one tin
pail full of ric. one plate full of pork, two AIeric:i
cigars, three Chinesl cigarettes, one plug of tobacco,
one box of match", one pipe, one cup full of rice,
with a spoon, anti a brace of chop--ticks, yulmbolic
ally inserte, in all upright plOstion,a bunch of pas
tilles burning, two bunches of grapes, a quantity of
canrly, -olme quartereld apples, a bottle of brandy, a
tin-cupi with somie in the bottom, a cup of tea, a
pailer iof ('hinese tea, and a paper of rice. These
articles were lput into his coffin and on tile body.
which was clothed in a dlcent suit, now, fromn boots
to hat, was laid a change of new under-clothing, i
white hfanlketchief, a neck-tie, and a new towel.
The body wea cart ied to its resting p1lace on Cemetery
Hill, in MJonte's hearse, and accompnnied by six
Ctlllllu'un, eah with n prce of wrlhite tape ti d round I
his right lrull. Just hIefom'r tartirnl, ea Ch I:anl received
from the chief mourinler a m.-all pip-r.lookiIng like they1
envelope of a do-e of colomrel. Arrived at the grave ,
the collin was Interred in A r.\liran fahion, but the
head was rever\ed. Each Chinam:an tlhrew a little
earth on the coffin. and rece ived another paper prayer.
The head-board,with appropriate and touching hiero
glyphics, (if we only knew what they meant, as
Goldrick said of an allusion of ours to No. ii, the
"Tiger" company of New York firemen). Brandy
and cigars were handed round to the spectators andl
cfficials. The old clothes of the deceased were piled
up for burning in a fine red blanket, and the celes
tials having performed Kotou to the head-board and
fixe a couple of c:adles and a bunch of paetille's in
the earth adjoining, returned home. Throughout
the' ceremony they appeared to be in fine spirits,
smiling like the lait rose of summer. The grub given
to the (defunct allorded us food for reflection as we
walked home, our teeth chattering with the intense
cld. So endedi the first Chinaman's obsequies in
ALBERT D. RICHARDSON, Esq., of the New York
Tribune. A. G. Lawrence. of the Poet Office Depart
ment, Nat. Stein, of the Overland. Col. Roberts and
hip lady. will leave Virginia by the stage oi Mon
day. Mr. Richardson's fame as a graphic, genial
and elegant writer is too well known to need any
comment from us. lis sufferings and daring escape
from a Southern prison, after hii capture, while act
ing as a special war correspondent. will be fresh in
the memoly of our relders. We anticipate that
much benefit to the Territory will accrue from the
publication of the rports which he is constantly
sending home, of the results of his observations in
Montana. That genial soul, A. G. Lawrence, hav
ing accumulated all the necessary information con
rerning post roads, post offices, and other objects of
Departmental curiosity. has engaged to keel the
party in good spirits during the journey, and he will
do it. Nat. Stein, of the Overland, ought to go
East. by Deputy. We can hardly spare him. He
has more friends and fewer enemies than any other
man who ever struck these parts; and his courtesy
to the traveling public has been universally known
and appreciated. Col. Roberts fought through the
war, in the army of the Potomac; at the conclusion
of which, he was attacked with quartz on the brain,
and came hither for his health; but the symptoms
of his complaint are much aggravated by his visit.
As Deputy Superintendent of the McLean Silver
Mining Company, he has been exploring our quartz
lodes, in which he has a heavy interest. We trust
that the Colonel, with his amiable and accomplished
lady, will remember their visit with pleasure. To
the male portion of this interesting coach load, we
bid adieu. with the certainty that they can take care
of themselves about as well as the next four, and we
hope to meet them again. We expect Col. Roberts
and Nat. Stein back again in the Spring- Mr.
Richardson will continue his journey through the
Territories and then return home. If the Colonel
cannot travel, it is not for want of " feet."
ON Wednesday, Koon's train of thirteen wagons a
rolled in from Benton. with twenty-eight tons of °
freight for Davis, Ilousel & Co. Their large fire
proof being full of goods, they had to stow the I
fine stock of liquors in the Gibson House. Idaho
street. Thetobacco and Catawbaare splendid, as we C
found on trial. Hardware, a complete assortment
of groceries, States flour, codfish, etc., etc., were in c
the lading. The place is full of fine merchandise t
for sale. To keep things smooth, we suppose, there
is a whole c'se of flat-irods for the laundresses. Our t
typos add their testimony to ours concerning the
goodness of the wine. They are scientific critics.
PROSPECTORS still wrave the cold and snow of the I
mountains. and we hear of lodes discovered every
where. The mill on the Lucas is progressing finely,
and will soon be at work. Close to the Cavarone, a
fine lode called the Cocoaine has been struck by E.
B. Coolly, prospecting heavily in gold. The follow
ng ledges have been recorded in the Madison County
Recorder's Office : The Norwegian, Ramshorn Dis- i
trict, by Fairweather & Co.; the Charles A. King,
Brown's Gulch, by M. C. Israel; the Saviry, Brown's
Gulch, by Wm. ialford; the Leontine, in Brown's
Gulch, by Win. Halford; the Bridger, in Wisconsin
District, by John D. Moores.
CoL. N. E. WOOD started for Bannack and Albert
D. Richardson for Helena, on Sunday morning last.
Col. Sanders returned to town on Saturday. A. G.
Lawrence, the Special Agent of the Postofice De
partment, has returned to aus havinc anisbed his ex
plorations of mail routes, etc., in this Territory.
A eans aui in town has i.olrmed us that he
has discovered a quarts mountain, a few miles from
Jeerson. The entire body of the iountain darkt,
lifer-brown gold ore.
B ill -rdst --Aep n ,, et. Cablri-swme.
VmsanrA Carr, M. T., Oct. 27, 1805.
Ma. VALa1rrWI L. OnrnoavR-Dear Sir: Is an
swer to your letter of the 23d inst., I beg leave to
say that I shall be happy to play a match of billiards
with you, at Helena, for five hundred dollars a mide,
2- balls, on a Phelan carom table; and I am willing
to deposit $250 directly I reach Helena, for which
place I shall start in the beginning of the week.
Yours truly, ADAM KLESER.
Wa ARs informed that some men, whose avarice
exceeds their honesty, having thrown down some
slabs, by way of a bridge, at a miry place, on the
public road, passing by the saw-mill, below Junction
City, demand toll of travelers, and wagons can pass
at no other point. This is a sort of high handed
levying of black mail, which is neither constitu
tional, moral nor permissible. If the civil authori
ties do not interfere promptly, there is another rem
edy, lodged in hands that will mete out justice at
W. H. PILES, of the Jefferson House, underwent
amputation of the wrist, early in the week. He is
doing well and attending to the business of his well
and deservedly patronized Hotel and boarding house.
The operation was performed by Dr. Sparhan, who
has lost his right hand. but can handle the knife
dexterously with the wooden substitute which he
ARRIVED on the wings of the wind, Old Man Win
ter. His coming was unexpected. It has snowed in
honor of his advent from Monday evening till now
not in decent fashion, fall and stop-but aggrava
tingly and chillily, just enough to swear by. Coughs,
colds and general pulmonary disquietude are the
WE SHOULD be glad to hear the particulars of the
re-organization of the Fire Department under Capt.
Williams. The number of withdrawals occasioned
by parties leaving for the East has now about
reached its minimum. The rolls should be filled
ON. Monday evening, Dick Johnson will receire a
benefit at the Montana Theatre, on which occasion
" The Jacooite," a pantomime, and "The Golden
Axe," will be performed. This amusing and reliable
comedian deserves a full house, and we feel sure he
will have one.
MARSHAL DEASCEY'S black and tan terrier, "Puss,"
is to be classed among the " lost, mislaid, stolen or
strayed." especially the last but one. Two kicks of
the most aggravated intensity will salute the finder.
MR. IIINEMAN is still progressing, and able to play
a game of billiards. Hie is, of course, far from
strong ; but tihat he is alive at all is a standing mar
vel. He attributes his recovery, humanly speaking,
to the skillful care of Dr. Maupin, of Helena.
TnE international prize fight between Con Orem
and Patsey Marley will come off on the 5th of No
Is THERE nobody willing to make a pond for
skaters? It would surely pay well.
OUR Theatrical Troupe left us for Nevada after the
Fenian benefit of Monday.
MONTANA has come out ahead at last, and Judge
Tufts will please credit this last wonder to the Ter
ritory and sae that either Colorado or Idaho does
not surreptitiously jump our claim to supremacy
in the matter of native gold. Last week, the Queen
trophy ofthe Mountains was found by De Foe & Co.
in Deadwood Gulch. This monster nugget weighed
fourteen and a half pounds, avoirdupois, and
meianresin length. nine inches; in breadth, two and
a half inches.and in thicknees,one and ahalf inch. The
-p,'cinen is almost entirely free from quartz. Dead
I wood Gulch i s-ituated at the heal of Snowshoe
G(ulch and is five or six miles east of Blackfoot City.
S'hl. l diggings at the place where the nugget was
Sfound are dry, and the pay dirt has to be hauled
sonie distance, to the water.
II·LE.NA THEATRE.-Mr. C. W. Kidder, agent of
the Pioneer Dramatic Troupe, is now in town,
making arranlgements for tile opening of a Theatre
hero He h.s secured NSttall's Leviathan Hall, on
Bridge street, which he is fitting up, at great ex
pen-e, with seats, stage and stage properties. The
P)ioneer Dramatic Troupe i- mainly comprised of tal
e ntdl artistes from California and New York. The
I strong recommendations which they bring with them,
;how the high appreciation in which they are every
where held, and the heavy expense they are incurring
for the amusement of our peopi, deserves a liberal
patronage at the hands of the public.
ROOSEVELT--Mr. James W. Whitlatch, the owner
/Y! of the ", Union." "Owyhee" and " D. R. Biggars"
Lodes, with the other settlers at the head of Oro
Finno Gulch, near Helena, have given the name of
e Roosevelt to their settlement, which promises to be
" a place of importance in the Territory. The name
i, gi\v n im compliment to Theodore and James A.
Roosevelt, E-qs., of :.ew York City, gentlemen of
Shigh character and position, and members of " The
Y National Mining anol Exploring Company of New
I York." which association hes lately become inter
i ested in the above named valuable lodes.
PROFESSOR JAMES P. 1OD1.E, or iNPW kor',.-tas
bought five hundred feet dh the " Union," " Owy
hes " and " D. R. Biggars " for the "National
Mining and Exploring Coflpany," of that city, of
which he is a Director. He has now gone over to
superintend the taking out of the ore; Mr. Whit- I
latch, in the meantime, has started for the East,
with the intention of procuring machinery. About
three hundred tons of first class ore have already
been excavated, and, with the present force of hands,
the winter's work will foot up twenty-five hundred
tons, ready for the mill. Mr. C. Culver is engineer
ing the operations, with his usual ability.
IIELENA.-The rapid growth of Helena, and the
compactness with which it is built, render it abso
lutely necessary that some steps should be taken for
the protection of the lives and property of our citi
i zens from the desolating anvages of fire. Under
these circumstances, we are glad to know that a fire
company has been organized, and provision made for
procuring the necessary outfit. The supply of wa
tor is ample, and we trust that the present move
ment will be vigorou-ly sustained. We are now pre
pared for emergencies, whenever they may occur.
MAN DROWNED.-A man named Hugh Blake, was
drowned, on the 14th inst. in the Missouri River,
about six miles below the Beartooth Mountain. He
was out pro-pectiug, in company with two others,
and endeavored to swim his horse across the river.
When about the middle of the stream he found the
task too dangerous. In attempting to return to the
bank from which he had started, he was swept from
his horse and drowned. The deceased was about
twenty :ix years of age, and came from Dubuque,
Iowa. lie hadl been in the employ of Oliver & Co.
TOTTEN HosE.--We can recommend this house,
situated on Bridge street, opposite the Express of
fice, as a place where hungry mortals can get a
square meal, for we have personally proved the jus
tice of our remarks. An elegantly furnished bar is
supplied with fine liquors, and a table, loaded with
the best the market affords, sustains the inner man.
Captain Totten plays the role of " mine host" with
much tact and success.
OcR esteemed friend, W. Y. Pemberton, has im
molated himself on the altar of Hymen. Delight
ful sacrifice ! Another name is struck from the list
of bachelors, and another member is enrolled in the
Legion of St. Benedict. We most sincerely hope
that the union so auspiciously consummated may be
only the commencement of a long career of happi
ness and prosperity for our friend and his amiable
Foua'rAIN RESTAURANT.-Lissner, the proprietor
of this institution is enlarging and improving his
house, to meet the necessities of his rapidly in
creasing business. The entire atpry above stairs is
to be fitted up for a dancing hall, where a series of
fashionable soirees will be given during the winter,
the first of which will come off on the 9th prox.
BILLY MATvER has four fine Phelan tables, in his
billiard saloon, on Main street. There is every op
portunity and convenience for enjoying a good
game, and for quenching thirst witbout buying a
headache. The liquor is genuine, and Imported.
TnE FIRST SNOW commenced falling on Monday
evening, continuing to descend during the whole of
the night and part of the next day. The greatest
Y depth to which the ground was covered was six
inches, and even this was soon dimipated by the
warmth of the sun's rays.
A. H. JoHNson, photographer, Clay street,
San Francisco, was arrested on the 13th inst.,
charged with manufacturing obscene pict
ures. One of them was recognized as a
femme die pave of 9averly Place, *m4 she
acknowldd ed that Johnson took it. On
searching his preises many others were
found'. The Bulltin.says nude pictures of
re.peetable girls In town are out, probably
made by attachiun their faces to other ic
tures. Johnson was bailed for a btidred
Virginia City .Wolef.de EMarket
COUUCrlTD WUELY TBY
. S.. RiOO Et'mITLOW,
(late Rocklbllow & Dam e.)
Me. 5, Sackale Sreet, VirgIaIs CIty.
VIaOMIA Crrr, b T., Oct. 0th, 1865.
[Non-reswidet readerss will please bear in mind that our
quotations are based upon actual transactions, aadare gold
prices for goods by the original packages. The rehdil loes
range about ten per cent above quotations.]
The demand for Flour continues active. Purchases are
made with unusual freedom, at an advance in the prices
I noted in our last week's report-the inquiry being mostly
i from Helena and Black Foot City. for large lots. It is as
low now as can possibly be looked for, owing to an ad
vance in freight of three cents P 1 ; and should the pres
ent storm continue, so as to impede the propres of trains
now on the read f.om Salt Lake City, there is every prob
ability that it will advance daily; in view of which, those
who purchase soonest will undoubtedly fare the best. It
is estimated that there are 8,000 sacks here at the present
time, which is mostly held by speculators.
Extreme dullness is the prevailing feature of the Tea
1 market, and prices are entirely nominal at a further de
cline of 500 f lb.. We can see no great cause for the re
duction, as there is not near enough for the winter's con-,
sumption, and only a few small lots are arriving.
The demand for Coffee is very fair, and prices remain
The Tobacco market is very firm, and there is conside
racle inquiry for common brands, of which there is but
very little in the market.
Nt. Louls, ti-m sact ...........u.........56 0
Statess..... ... .............../ ......... 20 0024 00
Salt Lake, V 98-lb sack................... 17 50'18 50
Heavy Sides, 4) 100-lb sack................ 500
Medium, 4' 100-P sack ................... 47to
Prime canvassed, tlb .................... 65c
Country .................................. 500
Small cans ................................ 60
Large. ...................................-- 45c47
Werk's Cincinnati, P lb ................... 90c
Other brands ............................. 550
New Orleans, b----15........................ 53c
Clarified ................................ . 55c
Crushed .................................------------------------------- 5745
A refined ............-.......-.......-..... 55e
Java, @ t-i ................................ $105
Rio. choice. ............................... 1 00
Imperial, Ib ............................ $2 5042 75
Young Hyson............................. 3 003 50
Japanese, in papers ....................... 2 50
Belcher's Golden Syrup, St. Louis. V 10
gallon keg ............................ 5500
S. 11. Molasses, 't 10 gal keg .............. 45 00255 00
States ) t-...- ......................... 75e
Salt Lake, choice, P. tb.................. 95c
Ranche .................................. $1 3521 40
Dried Apples, lb t...................-.... 621c
States Peaches ............................ none
Salt Lake Peaches ........................ 750
Blackberries ................... .... ....... 100
Raspberries ............................... 90c
Currantsi............ ........... ... ..... 90U
G(round Cherries.-.......................... none
Prunes ................................--.. 55ci 60
Raisins, P 24-lb box ...................... $16 00
S4- boxes ...... .............-.......... 0000
Peaches, ' case 2 dozen.................... $22 50
Pine Apples ............................ 27 50
Strawberries ............................... 27 30
Tomnatoes ..................... .............. 26 00
Corn ........................ .............. 26 00
lla,.koerries.... .................. . 2500
Cherries ............ . ........... ........ 26 00 1
Field's Steamed....... ............... 24 00
Other brands, ease.................... 2.. 2 00
TOBAC( O. I
Natural Leaf, P ........................... $ 62 a 2 70 o
Ordinary ..... ............................ 2 25 2 50
> case, i size boxes ....................... $65 00
s ca: s, i size boxes ....................... 75 00
W e.n., Reserve, 1' I....... ............... (iOc
Elngish DLiry, 1 tb ....BEN................ 70e
Navy ....... .............. 55e
Palm................................ 60 ; 765,
Castile............................ ................ 1 25
Coal. P gal............................ $350a4 00
Linseed... . ............................ 450 5 00
100-0 keg - " - - - - - .$42 50
bploxof 30 feet - - - - - - $24 00~2600
In bladder - . - - - - 50 32c
Babbitt's, in 1 l papers - - - 521c
In bulk - - - - . ... - 50
(Grain. . t. - - . - - - $2 00
(Iound, 4 20 1) box - - - - - 1200
5 d.ozen ... . - $.. 14 1..l. . 500
45 basket. Heidsiek (qts) $6) 00
Sparkling Catan ba. - .. . $40 005442 50
case " - - - . $24o 0026 00
Bourbon, p gal . - $3 50.7 .0
Rye ..6 . .0. 8 00
Imported - $16 . 0018 00
Dlomestic ... 7 504.. 10 00
Domestic . . . - - - -E$7 [email protected] 00
Ssifated. . 100-tb sack " -- $17 00
CREAM OF TARTAR.
Sbox. 2 doz $7- 7 00
Slb,. in bulk 125
Glenfield, ' il - -TARC 75c
Jamaica, 4 20 lb box -- $14 50
Root, ' lb lPCKLES. 400
p case. 2 doz, } gal $27 50
10 gal keg . 5000 1
Stick, p 22-.h boxes $16 00
Fancy (French) P -b 1 00
Fancy (American] V lb - - 90c
Strained, P 3-b canu - - - - $3 25
Fine, 100 tbs - - - $20 001822 50
Coarse . . . . . - - - none
Table. f' 10-4) sack - - 250
I case 2 doz boxes . - $6 507 00
'ream ------- -- - - $700,&9 00
Ames' Califarnia, P dot $50 00
Ames' Spring Point V doz - 54 00
With handles, do -.- $90 00
j dozen - ---- - $30 00832 50
Sbox, 1 dozen ---- - 33 [email protected] 00
S25 lb keg - LEAD. $18 00
l b 50c
S25 lb sack . . - - $12 50
REPORTED BY ALLEN & MIILLARD, BANKERS.
VICImA CITrrY, Oct. 27, 1865.
There has been but little gold dust offering for the past
week, and sales made have been in small lots. Gold is
sold here now from all the new gulches; also from Kootenai
and Boise, and some that is offered is very poor-most of
it will not coin over $13 to $16 per ounce; but of course
all goes in trade at $18.
Treasury Notes are very scarce, and will be until another
season. Coin is quite plenty. In our quotations of gold
dust, we do not include the poor dust offered, which show
no material change since our last report. We quote to-day:
Gold dust buying for Treasury Notes, $19 00820 00.
Gold dust buying for Coin, 15 00115 50.
Treasury Notes buying for Dust, 85c.
New York Exchange, Treasury Notes, 3 Vl cent. prem.
New York Exchange, Coin, 5 4)' cent. premium.
Drafts on any part of Eurem 10 P eent. pe. These
drafts, of course, are gold com drafts.
All our Dust transactions are understood to be made in
strictly clean Bankable Gold Dult.
On the 26th inst at Helena, by the Rev. T. F. Campbell,
W. Y. PExsnRTON, to Mis CLARA MAY HULrctaeox.
October 5th, STEPHEN L. BALDWII, of Old Min,
Washington County, Mo.
AIAlU STREIT, . . EA.
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T 'OU+ uew 1he. Ya.M wib aM rI
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TU7 bwi -epae LhteemetO
. W. L, UN L W WIL
CORNER OF WALLACE AND JACKSON STREETS,
T -ifrinria Oit-F, 2£.T1.
Constantly on hand, a complete assortment of
TOOTH BRUSHES, etc., etc.
Also, a large lot of
Blank Deeds, Abstracts, Mining
and Ranche Laws.
) If you want a supply of anything in our line, give
uA a call.
Estray Notice--$:25 Reward.
I WILL pay a reward of $25 to any person who will
return to me my large black or dark brown American
horse, which strayed from Virginia City a month or more
since. Whoever will return to me a sorrel horse with
white star in forehead, saddle marks, and a scar on one of
his knees, will also be liberally rewarded. And if the
possessor of my oxen will let me have them, I shall feel
under obligations. W. F. SANDERS.
October `27th, 1865. 62-1t
OT(O ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN :-Will be sold
at the corner of Van Buren and Wallace streets, in
Virginia City, Montana Territory, on the 27th day of
November, 1865, between the hours of one and four o'clock
P. M., of said day. Forty seven packages of merchandise
to pay the freight and charges thereon. unless said freight
and charges are previously paid according to Bill of Lading
signed at Fort Laramie, Dacotah Territory, May 26th,
1865. Said packages are marked. E. M. Morehouse, and
consigned to Tutt & Donnell, Virginia City M. T.,
COE & CARTER.
Virginia City, M. T. Oct. 25th 1865. 62-4t*
TO MICHAEL STEINER: Sir:-You are hereby noti
fled that Charles St. Clair has on the 10th of October,
1865, filed his complaint in the Probate Court of Madison
County, Montana Territory, claiming of you the sum of
$6.7.00. And whereas, summons has been issued and re
turned by the Sheriff "not found." Now then you are re
quired to appear. plead, answer or demur to said complaint
on or before Monday the 4th day of December, 1865, or
judgment will be rendered against you for the said sum of
$617,00 and costs of suit. By order of
62-5t W. Y. LOVELL, Probate Judge.
Dr. A. L. Justice.
OFFICE ON WALLACE STREET, next door gothe
j City Drug Store 8
W. C. GILLET1E. JAMES` KNG.
KING & GILLETTE, E
Bridge Street - - - Helena, M. T.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
4-16 3 INER~R ' 'TOO)IA4.
Two Doors Below Ploute & Russell.
GEORGE GOHN, begs to inform the public that he has
perfected his arrangements for a constant supply of all
articles in his line, of the finest quality.
$EBeef, Ml2u.tto , 3 Teal,
aumta~gaes &ancd 'owrm.
No Meat of inferior quality sold in this establishment.
Orders punctually and carefully filled. 43-55*
A. J. Oliver & Co.'s Express
(Carrying the U. S. Mail between Virginia City and He
lena, M. T..) are running a
DAILY LINE OF FOUR-HORSE COACHES
between Virginia and Rhea Cities, (Jefferson Gulch) via
Boulder Valley, Beaver Town, Jefferson City. Montana
City. Helena, (Last Chance) Green Horn, Biackfoot City
and Washington Gulch;
A TRI-WEEKLY LINE
between Virginia City and Blackfoot (Ophir) via Nevada
and Junetion Cities, Jefferson Bridge, Silver Bow City,
German Gulch, French Gulch and Deer Lodge City;
A DAILY LINE
between Diamond City and Helena via Middle Missouri
A WEEKLY LINE
between Virginia City and Gallatin City. 61-tf
MONTANA TERRITORY, 2 District Court, let Judicial
Madison County. $ District
Julia A. Crow
Elias O. Crow.
To the Sherif of Madison Con"p: Greeeier:
The people of the United States of the Territory of
Montana to Elas O. Crow, defendant: You, Elias O.
SCrow, are hereby summoned and required to answer the
complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action,
whicl has been filed with the clerk of the said Court, at his
office in Virginia City, County and Territory aforesaid,
and serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the
Attorney at their offe in Virginia City, on the Arst day of
December Term of this Court; and if you fail to answer
said complaint within said time, the plaintii in this aetion
will take judgment against you for the relief demanded.
This actionis brought for a divorce of the bonds of mat
rimony between you and the plaintiff in this Court.
Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, this nine
teenth day of October, A. D. 1865.
61-4t E. H. FRISHMUTH, Clerk.
OTICE is hereby given to al creditors and others in
tersated ia the t J. A. 81ade deceased, that
the nuaaigadmn iateriuieds to s maim final settle
ment of estate, on the irst Monday of November 1865,
before the Probate Court of Madison County, M. T.,
T-4 GEOKGE B. PARKE, Adni.trator
T. W. Harris & Bro.
HVE ,a stow in H--itter o l ValIse
H asA `E een be peeoee at their
stare, be a eedle to ea or , oma a syoe to a
w wOI es5te. . .m
Saeks.m su.s, - Vsllsma Citsy.
B= aes r .orm 33. fr, . ad the pa3,e ,3
that e b. itted up his new 8tone Buildi. soa b
with a view to the comfort and convenience ef his patres,
andr of expense. The basines will beh odnet
Selections oan be made by each gnet *om the Bill Id Pare,
on which the prices of each article will be distintly marked
Beekeaks and lttoen chs Served . the
Oysters and other Shell Fish in all Styles.
PASTRY OF ALL KINDS,
I JELLY AND PUDDINGS.
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
TNTi.es, L.aquors, -dbo.,
will be kept on hand, and also
CIGARS OF THE BEST DESCRIPTION.
MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAI
17 Suppers provided for Public and Private Parties in
the highest style of the art.
All kinds of Preserved Fruits. 45-57*
E. Oliughouse. W. B. Ridenour.
E. OLI.VGHOOUSE is 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 oonstantly on hand and for sale
TEA, EAUSS, CauFsOEa amUO of 1s1A.
A Choice assortment of
RYE WHISKEY, GIN, SCOTCH WHISKEY,
CHEERY BRANDY COGNAC BRANDY,
CHERRY WINE, CHEERY JUICE.
Cash Advancem Made on Conaignments.
We solcit coosigaaamenm cran I.a dt
CENERAL MERI CANWII$,
PRODUCE, ETC., rTO.,
We a rgius"ia tress tw Y ja
Yhfiý! Ott, lath l rg 7ý ' `"
''r AX* r 2 ~CI:IC
LEao L~ iii
Wm LnN1 AU u~
virginia City, EMtaua Terri ry.
g 'Fir.-Proof Collar is Bear of Sk
ADYANCE8 MAD 01MAD C 001Gl rs.
Particular attention given to the sale of
CORN MEAL, LARD,
OATS, MESS PORE.
ETC,, ETC., LTC.
-ALL INDS OPl
- o 0 0 U O
And a eomplete amsorte. of
Always on Hand,
And for Sale at the Market lates.
And Prompt attention given to all the enquiries of Co
McCORMICK, OHLE & CO.,
STORAGE AND COMMISSION
. ifERC I ' H S.B & .'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
G R. 0 C ERS!
Fire-proof SItone Warehouse,
(Formerly occupied by Creighton & Co..)
Corner of Wallace and Van.Bren Sts.,
VIRtJIPIA CITY, N. T.
Prompt attention given to the Purchase, Sal. and Stage.
Liberal Cash Advances ladte on
Mesrs. Holladay & Halsey, Banker. Salt Lake,
" Kimball & Lawrence, Mer.e.bts,
Gilbert & Suse,
Mr. William Sloan,
Menrs. Hawke & Bro., Nebraska City.
" Warren Hunsey & Co., Bankers, Denver City.
Daniels & Brown,
" J. J. Roe & Co., Virginia City.
Geo. H. Hanna & Co.,
Captain William Parkinon, Helen.
J. G. Baker, Fort Benton.
rpHE three steers hereinafter deeribed, saee to my
I Ranch on the Madison, 10 miles below the crlng,
and on removal to Confederate GOlkh, I brouht them with
me. One Red steer, with a star on the ehea . sme
white on the belly, bush of the tall white, and asmall erse
on the hoi n. Came to my Ranch, Sept. 17th. 1566, ad
was valued at 35,good sise: Alsb, one mall red Neer,
some white on the belly; branded A. J. 0., age. 9 aM lyears
valued at 30; came to my Ranch Dec. 5th. 1864; also,
one white and black, spotted steer, branded J. A. ao the
left hip-hadbeen hart or steaaed i the lots so as be
unat for reightiig-valued at $65. Thi steer has beew
killed for beef sadIm ready to pay his v e the
owner. . P. WAR G.
THE Prtansbip bh ebtdmw .zltel aw Gar
SBraadt P p S&chenk, o tha Rseusnoat is
this day diod y mutual comeat. AD debs d o
the arm, wi blle p to George rl.adm
Virgb. City, M. T. Ontober SA, i~8. r-r
T.AX- Orne e Mae, four yeayold. Spaeak l'
on left shoulder. The owera ena ha. the sme, by 1~plg
Wlnow Creas. MadiCel Conty, Moetam TikY ,.
Oecober 166 1864
For Sale Cheap, for Csh.
bdekra ecop ?or. Pemral .e r
Thql.. Cir, . T. .Ipt. 314 , 4,Wt
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