Newspaper Page Text
for To-dRy's bard toil and beaIle!
laisa wers well is sh* feudal days
when ab pe*ple were induahmb eatle;
., when the lie was mesas of grace;
SifnI muasters, whern morals werem amaers;
S- fs in ink, whee the sword was a pa;
Vt , when God lifts up his bassrs,
, war clangs srce--eod mom! s
.otewptible tailor's dummy,
upe asd noodle and snob and quack,
a-e old fo.il and breathing mummy,
politician and party hack,
-1 of fashion and fool of barte,
Fvng to cheat and be cheated again,
-rwlcr of cant and counterfeit martyr,
,Ut and hegoi e with you ! send us men !
, u, m-n for the desk and the altar,
Hten who are fearless of conflicts and bans,
-rr with rirbhteousness daring to palter.
kthodox. rather in God's sight than ma 's ;
M. who a .ume no clerical mastership,
Ber iran's servants and God's honest free
A. wing that lordship agrees not with pas
yp who - first study is always to be men.
.- ur. mn for the public stations,
Leal anrd bonet and brave and wise;
t ..itul beyond their pyn and their rations;
"n -ji,, naver with traitors and spies;
w; W",-e work- and promises tally;
'I wh build upon principles grand;
F Christ, not of Machiavelli,
Sto enact and how to command.
:. m: r the private places,
. and craftsmen and tillers of sod,
, ! ?mpathies as large as the race is,
,, f.the lasnd, freedom and God;
:,.;t of high taxes and prime;
life, kindred, fortune-all thesee
: .. ll in humanity's crisis,
, h:rthri;ht for pottage of peace.
-I . were sug ested by the beau
. n .ii.,llan "' published a short time
. ... rthy the pen of its giftel
r wr«," written b) a gentleman of
u .I "..* ih,.l., that tiroe clrcunstancr sad
r, .; p,riljt him to come again.
wRu.n .im·- ti lost forever,
Futu're Comes forever,
it 'il.t'- lyre will ever
- I: 11,.., a ,' golden shore.
....t %.A.i tll that daunted
:.,-- trLat city haunted
S,.- 1,,It ,:l- tatr Satan chaunted,
: : :ah tr r evermore.
rt.al -icknes .tealing
. c: n.. t to 'nan revealing
1, wo-iL to him. for healing,
aL pI l. f's river o'er.
-I ,:-re no Pilot gliding
t!ul river riding,
- - ,,rri with him deciding,
,v- o',n jouy fr evermore.
IvROI REY OLDSP CITY.
S.Po,I :-Reynolds' City on the
S F:k Creek, and due west 40
-- nz Blackfoot, is the only mining
. n 1. .ntana which has been devas
tl: he fiery element, an account
wli:ci was given in the POST. At
- nt 't is becoming fast depopulated
,-: Ltru:! -d rr the new Eldorado
. , !here, near Tobacco Plains.
•,, ranent incident to packing up
-..:, niving to the new mines gives
:. - '. r a mk.m4nentary lively appear
;l ,', will soon subside. Elk Creek
:i.,t w~,rked much now; only large
t,:.:anii.,- with plenty of capital to
..n.,, with, can make work remun
v'. ,!!l,. six or seven ot these are
r-. alorg the creek, in claims that
,- ,, , pro,nounced worthless by their
r '-r ,,wnt-rs, but yield handsomely
t*. un flume, with half a dozen
an - i:urin tihe summer has averaged
!.~:,r w.ek. John Day, McGinnis,
SHt. \V Wea.el, and numerous other
S".1l:-a i, - ,f Elk, have had to suspend
Sra:tin , ntirely, although not work
Si ,ut v .t. on account of the scarcity of
0r it thi. boys are going to win
in :!t,- r cluims to be ready in spring,
.. " -now is muelting, to take out
- : ..nev as they have this year.
i:". r p. 'rti.,n of the town conu
- :i, ,: art of the buildings, but
cir will be re-built. Asufficientnum
.r : II: , houses still remain, where
-. r- 1 v the fire so.ught and found
.ur-, this, as well as any other
':'!1 .l Montana, is approached only
S-.r" "' ;" hose (in Montana) una
.,irertly after the discovery of
T. 1r;" 5, was cut by the miners,
"'trlt it n miles of timber, to connect
.'h1 I) .-r Ledge Valley. Henry Mulky
" ivi a charter for this trail and lev
,.i , evn on the very men who made
\'r MI. went off, since which time
i.. .1 . Mover, squatted on the road,
'd .%t:.rts dust from every traveler.
otinly ilmlrovenlent on this toll road(')
at rutail," Iýv the citizens of Reynolds,
r. , cn 'i"tit of a good track hewn, at a
,st ",f $t:;1). through the dense growth
ta'! timber from the east end of the
to t he toll gate. Formerly the gate
', ilw where the independent Black
,: trail clnmes in, but the greedy toll
p-"-*r, who never done an hour's work
t :,. :rail. even removed his extortion
at:.- abve the junction of this and the
i :rail. and now levies tax on every
" c'min. even from that direction. It
n ,.aV way to make a living, and
!:ou!,t.edly don't require much labor
n, r.v: .but, from all accounts, the
:. t ",tine does not run smooth for
S- netimues a belligerent individ
',',,ns along, refuses to pay toll, and
-: ,t ,:e Mr. Extortioner invariably
' ': u second best. Should the citi
': .:lyvnolds refuse in a body to pay
t tlhits trail, they should be sus
:,-. notwithstarding this monopoly
''.a'ied to be protected by a charter
:r,,! t Legislature of Montana. The
"! ,v,: tacts were gathered from a relia
I, 'iAtizen of Reynolds. and implicit
º: th may be placed in them. Some en
'rpriing iudividual may be pleased to
know that a small trail leading from
£ k to Deep has as yet no toll gate on
.. but an empty shanty half way offibrs
'-ie greatest inducement to go into busi
'-:ss immediately without much capital.
Reyids City, Elk Creek, Sept. ~ 187.a.
NO. s. WO. N.
.o JOHN S. ROCKFELLOW,
And Dealer in
I SUGAR, FLOUR, LARD, COFFEE, BACON,
li Candles Tea, Hams, Soap, Molasses,
ADRIED APPLES, PRUNES, SORGHUM, PEACHES,
IRaisins, Syrup. Cherries, Candies, Currants,
Tar. Soda. Powder. Nails. Butts.
: Shovels, Picks, Steel, and Mining Teols of all Kiads !
A full and complete stock of choice family groceries always on hand.
O iOHALL GOODS SOLD GUAR ANTEEDI
"i-'The only House in Virginia City that keeps a complete stock of the
above goods the year 'round,MEl
Orders for all Kinds of Goods
Accompanied by the Cash, promptly filled,
JACKSON ST., VIRCINIA CITY, MONTANA.
- ýVIRGINIA CITY, MONTANA TERRITORY.
ms'. " "' - - " "
24 __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _
- IN -
TOOTLE, tLEAC & CO.
Are now Receiving and Open
Ing the first Instalment
OF STAPLE AND
CARPETS, QUEENS WARE.
Bools& Sh oe .
LADIES' AND GENTS'
Has an Cas!
Which they offer to the trade at a
great reduction in prices, and are deter
mined to meet the want of the country.
Embraces the largest variety of the best
and most fashionable goods ever brought
to Montana, and all bought from flrat
hands. We can and will
(Give us a call before purchasing and ex
amine tor yourselves.
Corner Jackson all Iak Streets,
THISxr will Ive Vir lis· iy ev~r
day. LU sa - asi --~-ySe d hea be
forwadd wig rl e ee L amd e.tra*. o. es J.M
Kuig made Viagtb i sa m
*o pompey n mmiMy .
-88 & 'tillh..
(Olinrhouse & Oo.'a Old Stand.)
WHOLSALE AND RETAILI
ý ·--- L--- -
AND DEALERS [1
Northwest oor. Wallace and Jackson 8ts.
Virginia City, Meataa.
HE OLD 8 FLUID EXTRACT 3UCEU "
ia c saw ad odor oM t -at
l ast? is tastm.e s t e,* m all
__ his.. m
W. F. BART LIT,
Storage ani Commission lercbhat
COt. WIAUCE AND VAN BUREN STS.,
Virginia City,........ Montana.
(Old Jetorom House.)
KEIP8 coast.atly on hand a large sad general
assertmwet of the Ianet
Liberal advances made on Consiguments..
Particular attentiol given to
Salt Lake Consignments !
A iberal share of the public patronage respect.
tally solicited. *1e3-twt
F. R. MERK & Co.
VIRCINIA, - MONTANA.
Fancy and Staple
IN 00NEOTION, HAVE A
Whe e are prepared to Execute arl kinds
of job work, with neatness and dispatch.
PRIca TO WrITr THE IEs.
Fire-Proof Stone Warehomses.
HELEUOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT
B UTCII U
Is a osrtai ars for diseses of the
Bladder, Kidnpey, Grarvel, Droamv,
Organic Weake. Female Compnte
mad all diseases of the
wbether existing in
Male or Fema.Se
ima wbatever emase origlanthg and no matter of
Diseases of these organs require the ua a dia
redo. If so treatmeat is sbmittlJ to Cosem.r
or aait may as. Our Fleek sed oodre
apport from thse sourses ad the
Heatl and Happines.,
sad that eo Pesteity depsd upoe prompt we of a
Hn bId'. Eteblen Bume.u,
Ner~ PM· S P. a.ly-tw&tw
B L'NI~a g CON4"MrAT3D EXTRACT
' Is Ls Grea Diretes.
Helmbe's smes e . mes. a.net asiparW
a s the GwT Need ml aser.
mswedaesw g b el apr.fvh
Is .e rlast Diasm e rse.l, tt
nELO W C.oWT
T. EI. Coggins,
e saUls oe hl& stooak
GWOCERIES & VARIETIES
Elk, Antelope & Buck Skins,
Tagethe with a
TUaw etpr oif Nrms.
Also far aie a Sue lot of Chitckes ad. Canary
Dome Early if you want Bargains,
C.ioernr the asessment of Taxes for the yer
eihteen hundred and sixty-seven.
Be it ordained by the City Conneil of the Cityof
See. 1. That the Aeor of the Cty Taxes of th
City of Virgina for the year eighteen hundred and
ity-4ewv (1867) be granted until the fifteenth day
of ODtober in asid year to make the annual seas
meot and return of said assessment to the City
See. I. That all provisions of ordina.ews oniet
ing with this be and the same are hereby rpeale4.
Paned Sept. 27, 1867.
J. M. CASTNKR, Mayor.
WM. H. C.in ,r City Atty and Clerk. 162
IN PROnATa COURT,
Beaverhead County, Territory of Montana. 5
A Jackson Nay, Plff
vs. e Summaos.
Alexander B. Miller, Dft.
The Territory of Montana to the above named
defendant, Alexander B. Miller :
YOU are hereby summoned and required to ap
pear at the next term of the Probate Court to
be held at Baeaeok City is and fr said county and
Territory and answer the complaint of the platiff
in this action which was filed in the osee of the
Clerk of said court on the 9th day of August, 1867,
sad if ye fail to appear and answer said complaint
asaferesaid, the plaintiff will demand and take
judgment agalmst you for the sum of two hundred
and mine 80-100 dollars, with interest thereon and
oets of action.
This action is brought on promissory mote, made
and executed by A. B. Miller to A. J. Nay and M.
V. Nay. for the payment of 9 on. 18 pwta and 6
gr of good clean gokl dustone day after date, and
dated isanack City, Sept. 25th, 1866.
V.itess the band and seal of said Court this 9th
ISEAL] day of August, 1867.
8. F. DUNLAP. Clerk.
C. MEAD, PIls Atty. wl61-164
Henrietta Smith, plaintiff,
Harmon B. Smith, deft.
In the District Court of Montana Territory in and
for Beaverhead county, Second Judicial 'istrict.
The Territory of Montana,iounty of Beaverhead,
to lHarmon B. Smith, the above named defendant:
You are hereby summoned and required to appear
and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff in this
actio which was fled in the omoe of the Clerk of
said Court on the 21st day of August, 1867, and if
you fall to appear and answer the said complaint
on the return day of the summons, the p'aintif
will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in
the complalat. and said action be heard and deter
mined accordingly. This action is bnought to dis
solve the bhmds of matrimony existing between the
said Plaintiff ad the Defendant for cause set forth
in the complaint.
Witness the hand and seal of said Court this the
(sL.L. first day of September. 1867.
8. F. DUNLAP, Clerk.
C. lead, Plaintifs Att'y. 161-164
- rVATEER PIPES,
And all kinds of Brass and Iron Fittings, Tools,
&e., for Steam and Gas Fitter's use.
' The best and largest assortment ia the city,
and a greatly reduoed prices. Send for Price List.
J. B. FULLER,
47 Dey Street, New York City.
U. S. Land Ofice.
THR plblio are hereby notified that from and
after September 10th, 1867, the U. 8. Land Of
ice at Helens. Montana, will be open for the trans
action of business.
Ofce in Dnmphy & Bentley's block, Main street,
O. B. O'BANNON, Register.
GEO. MCLEAN, Receiver.
Helena. September 9, '67. w6m
Tom C. Power,
FORT BENTON, MONTANA,
Storage & Commission
Wholesale dealer in
UTFIITTING GOODS !
Liberal Advances made on Consignments
Also, Agent and dealer in
of the latest and most improved patents.
ang sad every other kind of
Csca rd Baggies,
LCLgt .arket r*ig*Ns,
my sad will watt to sell lower them
Fo armruar and Prie Cirmet, Addess
TO1 C. POWER,
Pert Benteo, U. T.
W1>.Sdoand /esM Deaelm l
G. OCEtR EH,
Wines and Liquors,
Deer Lodge Oity, (Ootoawood) YKotana
HAVD e bead a large sad well-mses.ted stoek
of sltpl sad
Coeasletla is part of
Segars and Pips,
California Mining Tools
OLOTHING, HATS, AND OAP
Harness and Leather.
We will sons be in receipt of a coosignmeat of
BITTER ROOT FLOUR,
Which I. smid to be equally as good as the Oregos
loaur, which we will sell at prices that will
Wholesale and retail dealer in
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
COAL OIL AND COAL OIL LAMPg,
VIRGINIA CITY, MT.
"Phystelamas Prescrlptleos are
Caretully Compounded. 1241
C. C. HOUsEL D. H. ANDUESw
HOUSEL & ANDREWS,
STORAGE and Commission Merchants aad
. do& in Orooeries and Produe, on Wa lne
Street, one door west of Huamey, Dahler & Co.'s
Bank in the
Particular attention paid to the dae of goods left
with us on
C O M MMI S I O N
by parties at Bai Lake or Cache Valley. Liberal
Cash Advances Made
134' HOUSEL & ANDREWS.
J. B. LORAENE,
Big HLole BIridge,
On the most direct route om Virginia City to Biler
Bow, keeps on hand
A LARGE SUPPLY
PRO VISIONS AND GROCERIES.
RIFRUIHERTS PROVIDED FOR TRAY.UIR.
A FIND STABLU
is attaohed to my store, and horses mad cattle wt
reeolvo the best attentiton L
Attomry all Coasellor at Law
And SolicUior im Ch%&neriy.
O•se at arhbis & Beseh's eM stand,
Jakon Stree....................Vtrgita Oity.