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THE MONTANA POST. SATURDAY, AUUIST 3, 1867.
follows:E. Ruhlintf ^ Co., of this city, j tied behind him. as the robbew I t^ him.^; 26.518 ounces; Van Wyck ^ Co.. Uold |
Hill'17,619 ounces; Edwards ^ Weigand^of Gold Hill, 20,011 ounces.
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Gentlemenarriving lr^^m L'tal
Lkksbir,;, July 22, 186^^Editor Mining Nt ^c*^Dear Sir : The
I). \\. TIL.TOH .V CO.,
Oficeat ike City Book Start, comer of H'*llan a*d^Jmchr-n, Street*. l~irfini* City.
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Californiapapers are complaining of^')!^^ severity of the heated term. . . .ltipe^gra]^es have made their appearance....^^ ieorge Ta11 has been appointed principal^ot the State Normal School, located at^San Francisco. .. .Gov. Low has pardoned^Terrence Miner, convicted in San Fran^^cisco of grand larceny and sentenced to^one year in the State Prison... . Bets are^freely offered in California that the en^^tire I'nion State ticket will be elected^by 15,000 majority, and few so venture^^some as to ^ take.^... .A day or two ago,^says the Attn. Mr. Isaac V. Denniston^disposed of the Ocean House race track,^with all the appurtennnceB thereto be^^longing, for the sum of $31,000. The^purchaser It Peter Donahue. .. .Noah^Green wan drowned in a slough running^out from King's River, Cal., on the 1th^of Julv... .The City and County Hospi- I^tal of San Francisco had 383 patients in^June. . . .The Napa Valley Railroad is^now completed to Yountville. l^ast^Wednesday a large number of the citi^^zens rode out to within a mile of that^place, and the work is pushed forward^daily.. . .A correspondent of the Sacra-
anintense, all-absorbing ItdtfllK nt at undersigned deem it a duty they owe to^| Salt Luke in regard to the new mines.^' The following is from the Vcd*tt,- ^^^ the^21st : We learn that Col. Bright. Special^Postal Agent, has arrived in town'. He^is said to report that the new niim- are^good; that the quartz lode discovered if^a rich thing, and the plaeer diggings, as^far as opened, were paying from iifieen^to thirty dollars a day. On the strength^of the late accounts, numerous other^parties will start for the new Eldorado^to-morrow and next day. . . .The same,^of the 24th. says : Through the kindness^of Capt. Zabriskie we are enabled to lay^before our readers the news that the In-
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theliving and the dead to correct the^reports published in the last two issues [^of your paper, concerning the fatal affray J
whichsaddened the hearts of a whole^community and resulted in the death of^^ well known and respected citizen, A.^J. Johnston. The particulars, as de- |^tailed before the Coroner's inquest and i^the committing magistrate, are as fol- j^lows
Aboutseven o'clock p. m.. P. McMan us^and deceased had some words about thi^purchase of a lot of liquors, which re- [^suited in Isuh parties drawing pistols ;^dtrceased first drawing, and using some '
dianshave killed and scalped some ofj very harsh epithets, such as. ^You are^the miners and drove all the others out. I a damned Irish .^ The nnrli.
Hereceived the following dispatch yes^terday : ^South Pass.Juh 22^To Capt.^Zabriskie :^I had located MM claims,^when all hands were driven out by the^Indians. Lawrence was killed and scalp-^Toney Scholl and Orrin Taylor are^missing. Twenty head of stock was^driven off.'' We learn that the Indians^appeared in numbers ami weiveomposed^! of Crows. Shoshones and Sioux, who^| evinced a determination to put a stop to^mining in that region. Poor Indian ! is^mistaken a little in his calculation, and
mentoUnion, writing from Hio Vista, '^ many j^ tue ^i,, ti,at
!.^^ .. i^linen or laW ! W cent*^^' ^ - : -T line for ^*'
^ n- dollar per line for three^M line, for ten line* or lew^^n-n lines or more.
ill pav for those
7000 ! July 4, says ; There lila*; been a great fire : tbevon Mondav. . . .The same, of
I the 25th, says : That good (r; old Indian.
Washakee,who. it is said, has never
hurta white man. has l^een up to Brig-
|ham and notified that individual to re-
icall the Mormons from the new diggings,
:as the country belonged to his tribe. . . .
was| From u private letter we learn that Jno.
E.Ide was killed by a tree falling on
himnear Bear liiver on .Inly lHth. His
brother,James A. Ide, committed suicide
inCalifornia about two months ago.
Both formerly belonged to Co. M. 2nd
CaliforniaCavalry. ...A telegram to the 1 ot hi^ door.
Telegraph,dated ileaver, Julv signed ! or four steps
Ipwards ot *1.00t),(Kl0 j H Skinner, operator, savs*: Bv letter
115on jbeen taken from .t. thougli it was : from Mr AUen^ of Pahranagat,* to the
mmj not opmed till March, 1HI.4 It occupied j Postmaster at this place, limn that
40oo , nme years of incessant labor and the ! one L B Vail was caught at Belmont.
2 I expenditure ot upwards of $100,000 to !)V Ule Sheriff of Pahranagat. and was
iwooopen it. It has four miles ot sluices. Wrought to Pahranagat on Wednesday.
anS IWlde and. thriT f^*V dee;P' in ! Mj 10. Vail murdered a man by the
wl^cn three tons of quicksilver is distri- naim, of Knox in that va,jev alx)Ut t]u,
butedto catch the gold. 12o.000 i^oun^Js firs. ^, Al,rii last oa Thursday, Julv
\'ista.l^r. Toland 1ih^1 alx^ut ;MK) tons^of baled hay burned ; H. B Hoyt, 100,^Bice alsnit 20 acres of grain : and many^other amounts too numerous to mention.^. . . .Last week, says the Shasta l '^^urit-r^of July (J. James K. Lutzenberg^drowned in the Sacramento River, a few j^miles aliove Waugh's ferry. . . .The Blue^^travel claim at Smartsville, says the^San Francisco i \^imm rriol lit raid and^Market llerit /r. is a specimen of mines in^Yuba. This claim contains upwards of^45 oo ! 100 acres, averaging 100 feet from sur^^face to l^ed rock,^have
sooo :^li^ no I^18 00 '
5500^80 00 j
PKN\ \U M ISSORS.
TheEnterprise of the 18th says^Williams, who ha* for some time
ofgunpowder are annually expended in ; nth tu^^ people tt^ok him from the Slier ! after tailing ; died inst intlv^j blowing up and breaking the cement | m; triedhiin. tound him guilty ot mur-^j where it is too hard tor the hydraulic to ^ der and hunir him at l0 o chVk in the^wash. The water uwd in washing costs | OVeninff of the same dav
I$25,000 per annumThe Napa Re-
jxrt-r MOra: MmImK Karth had ^ chill^ olorado.
|on Saturday morning about 0 a. m., pro- From the RegixU r * synopsis of new s^bably on account of the fever she has I from tne Frontier Index, published at
lastfew ! Julesbnrg, we clip the following index^a few , of affairs in that fast neighborhood:^earthquake were felt in that section day Iin town and by several up the valley as ; Fifteen fist-fights on Front street yester-^before yesteidav . The shocks were far a* Sr- Helena. . . .The steamer ^ onti- day^only three pair of eyes gouged out,^sufficiently strong to cause persons to nental, from Mexico, brings news of the [two noses and one ear bit off.
reelas though intoxicatedSkillman's ! death, by drowning, ot Mr. Edward ^ ted tail with 200 of his band are encamp
sawmill, says the Nevada Gazette of Grayson .on the 6th of June last. De- on the North PlatteA Vigilance
July15, situated about sixteen miles j ceased was the only son ot Col. A. J. Committee ;HX^ strong is reported organ
.Thetotal pro- ized in town for the purpose of preserv-
a;ace.. . .A^bed among^.road is goimr
iarvYesterday morning, savs the 1 produced all the rest^io.JKJO flasks. The forward at the rate of two and a hall
Rereil/eot the l^ith.Mr. .1. M. Foster,who J Peruvian mines are rapidly going into ! miles per dayThe Denver .V. .r* of
issuffering from a virulent attack of I decay, and will soon be abandonedi the 10th says: The following is a state
smallpox,escaped from his house while ^^ Francisco, says the B^dLii^. two ment of the business at land offices since
personsthis^ear return incomes above^$100,000, 10 above $50,000,-212 above^$10,000. The largest return of any one^person is that of Alvinza Hay ward, who^reports his profits at $105,333. Mr. Hay-^waul a memo* r the firm ol Hay-
wjourningon the Truckee river.informs been suffering under for the la^us that three pretty severe shocks of an days. The ^ shake ^ was Ml by
jui to, Miuaieu auoui puteeu lunrii ,-,...T .
aboveNevada, on the Washington road, I Grayson, of Mazatlan.^was destroyed by fire about two o'clock 'duct of quicksilver last year was 85.534 ing order and keeping the p^vesterday morning. The fire is ls-liev- tlasks : ot this, the Spanish and Austrian ; military post is being estabUd^ed to have l^een the work of an incen- ! mines yielded 30.025. while California ; the Black HillsThe railroi
delirious,and went to the express office,^and thence towards the Methodist^church. He was met ujion the steps by^an acquaintance, who was fortified by^experience against the disease. wln^, un
derthe pretense of seekintr his advice
inan important case, quietly led him ^ ward, Coleman ^ Co., Front street, and
home,where he was securedThe
Khterpri*eof the 15th says: The Oould^^. Curry mill is at present undergoing
July1 : Land warrant locations. 2.080 j nication^acres; cash entries. 100 acres; lii'incs, 3,-^808.4-100, making a total of 0,428.4-100 !^acres. . . .Government has erected six j^large warehouses at Julesburg station.;^and is tilling them with stores... .The^Vmm of the 12th says: We learn that^a party of Indians made a dash on an o\^train belonging to a Salt Lake party,^twenty mih^s below Julesburg, about ;
watchman,the justice of the peace and^friends int. i fer .-d. when McManus went^home. Deceased left his place and went^around town to the saloons and several^st.^re^. at nearly every one of which he^uttered language; and threats against^McManus which should not Is* repeated^except in a court of justice. He repeat^edly declared that he would ^ kill the
red-mouthed Irish, on siy;ht.
beforehe would go to bed.^ ^ before he^slept,^ etc., declaring thai he m pre^^pared and intended to do it. Deceased s^friends did all in their power to pacify^him, to get him to go home, to defer the^difficulty till morning: but deceased^seemed so determined that his friends^left him. He then started in the direc^^tion of his saloon, which alnmst adjoins^McManus'place ^,f ousiness [) ceased^took his position alnuif thirty feet from^the front of McManus' place, being di^^rectly in the position to intercept McMa^^nus as he might go u . his sleeping room.^Deceased remained there some half or^three quarters of an hour, when McMa^^nus came Out on the sidewalk in front^Deceased advanced three^when McManus also ad^^vanced , they clenched, a shot was fired:^they fought dou n by McManus' place,^when they became separated. Deceased^ran down the street some twelve or four^^teen Jaldftj falling ui*^n MM projecting^recks, h aving blood upon them. McMa^^nus after and running over him and a^little beyond, shot missing him, and^then ran away. Deceased did not speak
Ioner s jury found that the deceased came^! to his death from a blow or blows of a^! club or some weapon in the hands ot P^^' McManus. The 4^ ^llowing is taken from^; the J ust ice's docket : ^ J.M.Thurmond^land L. C. Reyburu. on the part of P^j McManus, state to the court that^I said McManus has been informed t^the verdict of the Coroner's jury charges^him with the killing of A..I. Johnston,^deceased, and that he delivers himself to^Spot-i^ the proper authorities, and claims an^impartial examination.^ Whereu]k^u^the court proceeded to the examination,^appointing A. C. Isaacs on the part of^the prosecution. Upon application,^twenty-two witnesses were callwd for^the prosecution, and fifteen for the de^^fense. The examination lasted two days.^The prisoner was discharged.
TheMont\n\ Post and all papers^which have published the reports allu^^ded to. will please publish this commu-^A. ^'. Isaac s,^Prosecuting Attorney.^L. C. Rkyiu k v,^J. M. Thi kmo.no.
(Olinehonse^ Co.'s Old Stand,1
likemany of the wealthy men of Cali^^fornia, is the possessor.of a valuable gold^mine. It can be truly said of Mr. Hay-^a thorough overhauling. By the changes ward that he has found the goose that ! three o'clock yesterday afternoon, and j Act of Congress of March 25th,^about to be made a saving' of ten cords lays the golden eggs. W. 13. Bourne re j secured all the stock. .^. .The Transcript regulating the distribution of ne
turnsf 125.370. Mr. Bourne is President of the third condenses the following:'^of the I-1 remans Fund Insurance Com - The Georgetown Silwr Smelting Co., j^nany. and a stockholder in several mon- ' have completed their works and are
.m d ,nsti:utn^ns. Michael Reese makes J readv for businessTwo miles from!
therespectable showing off $07,720. Mr.
otwood per day will he madeVt t ie
annualmeeting of Um Stockholders of^the Yellow Jacket Silver Mining Co..^held at their office in Gold Hill yester^day, the following gentlemen were t h e^ted Trustees for the ensuing year: John^Ii. Winters,Thos. G. Taylor, W. Sharon^John Gillig and D. L. Bliss. The fol^^lowing gentlemen were elected officers^for the ensuing year: President. John^B. Winters: Vice President. Thomas G.^Taylor; Secretary. Wm. H. Watson.^TrCMtarer, ot the Bank of California. . . .^The Austin Rereii'e of the 18th says:^There are n-'W in this city t wo cases of^small pox and three of varioloid, and the^patieuts are all doing well. .. .A French^^man named L. de I.abrousse, committed
BlackHawk, valuable lodes
Kem has contributed greatly toward I have been foundProfessor Hill ha-
buildingand beautifying San Francisco 1 began excavating for his new works in^by erecting many tine edifices, and in Black Hawk. A numl^erof teams are^supporting the widows and orphans. J engaged in hauling fire bricks from the
Jobs Parrott, $79,000. Lloyd Tevis, I ijoiden City Fire Brick^$70,372. Mr. Tevis is a lawyer by pro \ smelting apparatus^tession and owns considerable property '^in the city. J. B. Haggin pays on $07.-^972. Mr. Hr.cr^in is also a lawyer, once^]^artner of Lloyd Te\ is. A. Har|s^nding,^pw^MK A few years since this gentle^^man was without a dollar, and was sent^to Fort Alcatraz on suspicion of disloy
Wehaie heretofore referred to the
1805,ws pa^^pers through the Post Office in all States^or Territories lying west of the western^boundary of Kansas and east ot the east^ern boundary ot California. Section 259^of silver ! ^f this Act reads as follows :
All mailable matter which may be^conveyed by mail westward beyond the^western Ismndary of Kansas and east^^ward from the eastern boundary of Cali-^for the I fornia, shall bo subject to prepaid letter
suicideat Virginia on the evening of the | ^*^F^ He bas since become a millionaire
9thinst.. by taking oil of bitter almonds^^ ^ * 'The San Francisco Bulletin gives^the following figures showing the ag^^gregate gain in the market value ol^fifteen of the leading mines during the^past year:
July1. 1C66. Jan. 1, 'to. July 1, %
bydiscovering the singular mine which^bears his name, in Placer county. The^very Judge who sent him to the fort is^now interested in this mine. By com-
TheJYcV* has^some interesting mining items from^James Creek and Ward district. It^learns that. Patten, Beebe ^ Co.. 00OT-^menced to run their twelve stamp mill^on Tuesday la.-:, on ore from the Nir-^kirk lode. . . .Cobb ^ Company are pn^paring for the erect i..n ot a twenty stamp^mill. Mr Graham fears, however, the^same difficulty will arise in working the^ores there as at Central city and Black^Hawk. Mr. Gray is al^oiit to commence^the erection of a large furnace. . . .Times
paringthe assessment roll of last year j are very dull, and money scarce. Most^with that of this, we observe that larger^income statements have been made this
EmpireMill....^^ ioul^l ^ Carry..^Hale ^. Norcrose.
I37.MJ7 J .-iOO
'IiI ISO^730,000^Ml ^;x^^SO4.00O^J.0O0.00O^.V,^ IXO
*|-.than W' tile previous one; r]so
greaternumber ot large amounts.
Tta'.^#5.739,780 t7,7SM,860 ^13.683,040
TheAMMMn of the 11th says that^Governor Ballard has removed Bannack^t John's Indians to a temporary camp at
1nno I ^or^H of ft*^ river. about thirty-^miles above Boise City. The Governor^intends to remove all the straggling In^^dians about Ada county to the camp,^where fish and game are plenty, with^good
ofthe miners are unable to develope
theirlodes.In Ward district the Ni
Wot Company's mill is approaching
yare running their mill regular-^arly. .. .The Long's Peak Company is^raising ore. but their mill is standing^idle. .. .Henry Has well has been experi^^menting with a desulpheri/.iug process,^and is about to erect larger works....^Dierdorf ^ Co., and De Sand ^ C^^.. nre^^developing their mines on the Columbia^lode. The former have a shaft seventy^feet deep. Both are through the cap,^and have a crevice about eighteen
Theincrease in the price of stocks has City Expresoman arrived* on Monday^swelled the available capital of San j he reports that on the 24th of June, a
rangefor animals. . . .The I^ewis-^^n ^^w^*^4bc 4th says^ Tl^e Pierce inches in width, andT stilf widening.
InGold Kun they are working succ^^ss-
Franciscoand Virginia to the amount^of 5f5.eSSS,000. or near six millions^or 80^per cent^in six months. .. .The Im^^perial Mining Company has just declar^^ed a dividend of $10 per share, and the^Hale ^ Norcrose a dividend of $125 per^foot, the latter company carry over a
surplusof $04.000The (told Hill
JWtMofthe 19th says that Joseph V.^McCnrdy, of Six Mile Canon.has applied^under the new bankrupt law of the
rowoccurred between T. Kane and Jno.^Ponnolly, in which the latter was l*^at-^en severely with a pistol. Kane was I
fullytheir mines, but are^their lodes.
TheOmaha Republican says between^brought before Justice McGregor and j torty and fifty buildings were put up at^fined $100 and costs. .. .George Mueller Julesburg railroad station during the^and O. Swendson made a narrow escape j first ten days after the first one was^last week. A twenty foot bank caved j commence^!. The first one was erected^and completely buried the latter ; how-1 by Mr. J. T. Allen, late of the Herndon^ever, lie was rescued by a comrade.... | House. The government is putting up^The World makes up the following from : ten large warehouses there. This sta-^the Avalanche of the Gth : Thirteen j tion is on the north side of the Platte^I nited States, to he discharged from his tons of Whisky lodge ore, crushed in ! river, two miles from it, and four miles^debts His liabilities.we believe, amount the Minear mill, assayed $1,519 48. The from old Julesburg. which is south of^to about $17,000. This is the first case | Woodstock ledge is yielding rich ore the river,^in bankruptcy we have noticed in the 1 from a fourteen inch ledge. The Oro^State... .The books of the county as- | Fino is constantly producing rich ore.
Idore has been taken^Star lodge, which
seMor,says tho Belmont Reporter.show j Some very rich g
thatthe bullion product of riye county, from the^ North Star ledge, wbicn is
nearlytwo feet thick. The Baxter and i.
otherledges are showing up finely. The ' Pa^ tbe' 8^e 1%,nc^aree' *D*th}'
. * ^c ! innate vulgarity of her nature manifests
A^' KL.KBK atep writer says : ^No w. v^man can bo a lady who can wound or^mortify another. No matter how beau^^tiful, how refined, or how cultivated she
lorthe quarter ending June JJO,amount^^ing to $14^ro72.produced from 1,914 tons
and155 pounds of ore. MM which a tax j Poorman^continues to yield as richly as i 23 ,
of$790 40 was levied... .TheStUsppriM I ever. The Potosi, the Silver Monarch 'lt8*!** rfe'4 Uniformly kind, courteous
Thefollowing is a statement ot ! and Morning Star ledges are progressing Rad polj!e tJeatment of a1.1, Vmm* 19^ i_i^r.one mark of a true woman.
theamount ol tmiiion shipped or re- I favorably. A party of about a dozen^ceived for assay during the week ending , men have gone from Silver City to pros-' In the depths of the sea the waters^July I5tk: From tfce office of Wells, pect in the region of the source of the ! are still; the heaviest grief is that borne
Fargoi ^ ^^.. in this city, there were OwyheeThe Statetmetn says : Wm. I in silence : the deepest love flows thro*
shipped5,007 pound* of assayed bullion. Cooper reports that he was robbed by j tho-eye and touch ; the purest joy is un^^valued at $103,158 08; from their office j two men. four miles from Indian creek, speak able: the most impressive prayer^in Gold Hill. 1.1*71 pounds, valued at on the South Boise road, last Sunday, of is silent ; and the most eloquent preach-^$58,817 51. The amount of . rude bul-) $1,600 in dust and greenback's. He came er at a funeral is the silent one whose^Hon ri.ee; . ,i fa melting and assay is as into Indian rnt-k station with his hands ; Upa are cold.
ixstage rates; provided, however, that^this section shall not be held to extend^to the t rausmissiou by mail of nowspa-^l^ers (periodicals, mag:izines and ex^^changes) from ft known office of publica^^tion to bonajiele subscribers, not exceed^^ing one copy to each subscriber.
Theeffect theoretically of this section^is to exact letter postage on all packages^of newspapers containing more than one^number, se.ut from the East or West, to^the States of Nevada or Nebraska, or the^Territories of Idaho, Montana, Utah,^New Mr\ico, Arizona, Dakota or Colo^rado. The practical effect is to exclude^newspaper agents, periodical dealers,^etc., from the use ot the mails, and to^comj^el such dealers to transact their^business through the express companies.^This law has never been carried out un^^til quite recently, and wo are informed^that, while the Sacramento Postmaster^now deems it his duty to enforce its pro^^visions, no attentiou is paid to it at the^San Francisco office. No special orders^have been received from Washington on^the subject, but the Postmaster at Salt^Lake is energetic in his attention to this^branch of his duty. The passage of the^law was procured, we believe, by repre^^sentations of mail contractors that it was^impracticable to carry snch an amount^of mail matter. The impracticability is^overcome, however, by larger pay, as^the same contractors can carry the same^matter over the same ground for the ex^^press companies at a greatly increased^cost to subscribers. The express charges^for the weekly Sacramento Union^al^^lowing five copies to the pound^are,^from Sacramento, as follows :
IdahoTer.^75c. per lb., equal to 15c.^per copy.
MontanaTer.^75c. j^er lb.^juul to 15c.^per copy.
Aurora(Nov. ^^o5c. pe^ lb., equal to^7c. per copy.
Austin(Nev.i^oOc. i^er lb., equal to^Cc. per copy.
Virginia(Nev.)^10c. per lb., equal to^2c. periopy.
Postageon tho Weekly Union to any^part of the United States, is 20c. per^annum^less than four mills per copy^^dealers being allowed to receive ther pa^^pers pro rata, except in the territory^mentioned in Section 259.
Ifthere ia any portion of the continent^in which tho circulation of newspapers^and periodicals should be encouraged by^Congress, it is exactly that to which the^prohibitory tariff is made to apply. The^law should be modified as soon as possi^^ble.^Sacramento Uniertt.July Wth.
Ar^ now Ket chhii.* an^ o,^.^Iiitf tin lir^t ImtmlMjMjl^Mf Ihoir
j Which they offer To th-- tm
rreatreduction in pricon, an^l are deter^I mined to meet the want of the cour.;-.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Embracesthe largest variety- ^^f thebwi^and most fashionable goods ever!^to Montana, and all Boostit trom M^hands. We can anil wili
Givena a call b. fore purchasingaai^^^amine tor vour-elves.
CornerJackson and Idaho ftM
Northweitcor. Wallace aaid Jackson Sts.
hawrtaiu ^5ur^ for dis^^as*n of th*
Bladder,Kidney*. Granl, J^r^^]^\i/.^Organic SVeakae**, Ft,n.'!. dom plaint t.^General /Ability.
ATut all di.^ea^e^ of th^
UrinaryOrgan*,^wbvther eiiating in
Malt'or Femafe.^from wl*^^^t^Tean*! (.rig-inatiup and no matter of
llUeatetof tkeae orcaoa reijuire th^ u.^'' of a diu^r^tio. If do treatment in aubmilted to, Connnmntioo^or Inaanity may eoaue. Oar FIpcU and Blood are^mtliported from tbaae loarraa. and the
anflthat of Poatwity depend upon protuj'i n*o nt a^reBahle r^^tne4ly.
JldmboU* Extract littchn,^EataMUbed upwanis of el^rhte^u yeara, prepare!
H.T. HELMB0LD, Drggist,^594 Broadway. New York, and 104 gonth-TentL^Street. Philadelphia. I'aap*.'7.1 v twtw
WillLeave Fort H*'!^^11
^\tub^5th OF AUGUST.
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