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Wu, Monit*r Market-LiCt of lrs..
elads for sale by sle I Sllted atles
y,,n tbhe Nw York Herald, June 11.1
'Th. opening of the ironclad market of
truerica now appe.ar to be a fixed fact,
and yuotatitins on these "peace keepers"
,fth,. world must soon take place as a
.,giilar order in the course of trade.
The regular value of this class of mer
,.handie. at present in the hands of the
inited states Government, may be of
.terest to our readers, and we accor
:ingly shall attempt to put a value on
:hem. as they are now understood to be
,fc.rrJ for sale. all of which must be
.i uplon the quality of the material,
.t.1,. bui!lder, capacity for guns and
nd strtre". also draft of water, etc.
M0onitor will. of course, command the
.:hr.st prices, and the casemated ves
. must be classed second in value.
". latter. the Giovernment has sold t,
' nder.wrg. The Japanese Commis
Conmrs- have purchased the prize Stone
a:l fr $400.O00,j ust as she stands, and
naval otficer is to take her to Japan for
Lem,. Should the Japanese purchase
:re Atlanta and Tennessee, the stock of
-hat class will be well nigh exhausted,
Lnd leave only the Columbia, Nashville,
md Allwmiarle finished, and the Texas
." i ·A.mamraº hi l ,..n inrhPanneal he
, unfniangs has been purchased by
\I k4itntard for 4975..OO$. to be sold to
iL,;;y i.wer. She is fittled up at a
,,,: - . . In a reflective. point of
hi. e mIral influence of the sale of
:r m,,an lirs may indeed induce nations
, .; at l a('e who would otherwise
.,i,:iug in war upon a flimsy pre
•. l i lupon all occasi ms.
*1-L':., · "rs of peace will hail with
ar, :hiri happy result devoutly
L,-Lt , r -,v them. And again, it will
,a i,:ea lnt sensation to the holders of
... ment s-curities to know that
I,,: ;".1i'cted IUncle Samuel has on
a i:d :1nLi is willing to sell for good
.,. 1 all lthe ironclads--an article
.,'hey nUpplesl"d was useless, and
in::i: ic g of no vallue. they sud
. a _ r,,at demand for them. and
et : rrt owvers of t he world beg to
t,. m u,1. Sucrh is life ; and with colla
Sal w~urities like these certainly -ni
.state~ lands albroad shlould be quoted
1 ab a4lVYfl'r.
\- ,llu!d( have uortv y monitors for
rice fr-un 4514.(MIN) to $2.O00.C,().
Sr::.t ca-ih i,!y. ,r it .equivalent in ,genxi
. . :Ilake an .x hibit of our
1. ' :,i fnaWy. Mhlowigir a list of those
S- :t 'i thil'se to In" re.servrd 111
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r":urujp.taI I migration.
¾. eel le ,."r If 'ate' ci:.te
-, 1; 'i: tdc.t t- ari li.
t . ". al.! 'en e'1nuralili i/rit ti
* .v.-.. ( i i."e ;t. dke lieri Ib
* -l C. i.:i:rtn ts e izri ng anlv
p *r tit New - .rk. i
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:aic 1 ihet tii re- if r tli.
Il _ . rs itt n") ill-tithe
i *iitiee.r. in 1alOi. tile
;n 1 #i2 tiee 'xe'rc
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" luanu. elciuelt uiii!a
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*i ' '': ..:"n Iar.e nnd stc'a
*, Ii. ·. ure~s ante re ha1
* r - r " r¾. .r I 'eit' i." r i' rea h. j
I n. ye - e ear eil
r tai e I it cr:-t rtien i-t
en tii. t;ac t that the
U r n" tte thr-it tour laiieiflhii (ot
ar l et 1'ii. ei it tiieUigi the
;e.ietrw' relate' to *5iI)IUNI ltwit
"" etaini'd froi u -r.Teo'e'
. r" ee l-iiii~tratie~n. It is
"+.tthe ct rri " leis niesjl'- Iti'e2
*.:::regite. inc(reasee the
* I '-e uirant:. hias aenualtv
ts - Wýe n t} r lIVI t'er rent.
.1 th:u iu jut ij3. On thle' eehe'r
:iri-eell eel the'-"" vt'3i.. wte'
:t .r "it e 'fhtriaf emigljrants
;.":) arti the' contributions
I .t" Oe be tl'e'fty per re'et.
Or' ien in any~ iteruul-r 1'ear.
" i.' atsir t i)r eV-ietiet that Ire
I)rbe lieokt'd to as the
* "'1 1iipj " .lvc t-ntigrants---tile
"1 \ i-atr t.) ecenie. iNiitg like'ly
I te i iuhait en eot Ireland
r *jr. ""1,ý". it four andi a halt
ii: niearly' fifty perce'nt. less
i- ti.it ,e'rars agoe. 'Thi re
" eiiietjeon ot the jisland hie.s
eiiý"t iliac-c in the agricultural
tlt, icejutit and west, ~'hence
ýUji~ti- Ee)1 emigrants has come.
0 ,a It* ii lin. of in Irish emigra
tain has been, the difference is far le.s
marked than it would hav been if ther
had been no Fealan agitation darlan
1866-the agitation of the oentry am
the depressed condition of ladustry do
ing much to drive into exile many who
otherwise would have remained at.oame
Another remarkable chage has taken
place in connection with the emigrata
of the last ten years, in the sabMotuti-on
of steamships for sailing vessels in the
transportation of passengers.-a change
not so remarkable in the mere fact as in
its sweeping character. In 1857,164,660
emigrants were brought to this port in
.88 sailing vessels, and 90,6 in 80
steamers. In 1866, 75,088 arrived in 882
sailing vessels and 100,658 in 841 steam
ers. The advantages to the emigrant
by this change are many-among them
gain of time, less risk from the accidents
of the sea in consequence of comparative
shortness of the passage, more space and
PATRIOTIC SMNTxII.T AT THE PABRI
ExPosrnoN.--" Malakof," the Paris cor
respondent of the New York 7 me., thus
speaks of a memorial of the great war
of the rebelifon:
" May a man who has had the misfor
tune to live many years away from his
native country be indulged in a little
sentiment 7 You who have been actors
in the exciting years of the civil war.
who have been over head and ears in the
events of that terrible period, are, it may
be. blunted in your sauceptibilities, and
may not exactly appreciate what I am
going to say. But as I walked through
the annex of the American department,
admiring the magnificent samples of
agricultural and other implements, I
stumbled suddenly upon a plain wagon,
all rusty and bruised, but yet solid and
capable, and I naturally said to myself,
' Why, how could they have been so
careless as to leave this old wagon in the
Exhibition among these handsome and
shiny things ' But as I looked at it
closer I saw to my surprise the follow
ing inscription: 'This wagon, after ma
king the campaigns of the Potomac, was
transferred to Nashville, Tennessee, and
made the campaigns to Chattanooga,
Atlanta. and through with Sherman to
the sea ' Brave old invalid! I thank
the man that sent you here! I thank
hint for this moment of deep and genu
ine patriotic emotion. For ten minutes
I could not take my eyes trom that silent
but .peaking remnant of the great strug
gle. Its magnificent neighbors. McCor
mick 's roeaper, 4 rant's locomotive, Ste
venson's street car, were all forgotten
and no longer dazzled the eyes. The
owner of it sent it here to show its supe
rioritv ,,f construction; to me it told
quite another tale. 1 could not enter
ini, his motives at all. To him it was
a ne ri machine, showing the excellence
,of hi workmnanship; to nme it was a
p,,om. In its battered sides and rusty
irons I could read the advances and re
treat .. the long marches, the diftlicult
passes, the swamps, the corduroy roads,
thire ,wift running rivers, the entangle
nit-nt ,o the hattle tield, the carnage of
battle: '1,To me, it told of the sufferings
,at our blrave lboys struggling for the dear
ld tla "g : it told ot their toilsome
mnarlhl-.. Of their tatigues. tl.eir endu
ran'.. ts-ir braev-rv. and tinally, ot their
giriou" i.tce ' s.: Tough old wagon:
Nlow strangely- you hlok in this far dis
!:inr lanlI. surromune-,l by the magnifi
c-nec of all the earth, and passed by with
in.ithrence' by the crowd as something
I ,:t !,' 1 "ihient ill tIt, place you excupyv
ln, I. ,t tilil living .irentific nmen of Eng
lnLii. i said to, b- (of the opinion that the
tilt ural aclt oif man it one hundred years
T he duration oft lift hle believes to .e
n," ialreld bIy tl timieof growth. WVhen
•,n,', t' 1 ,e h n.-s aii ept'iihys.s are united
tho i,,ody rlrws no m,,re, and it is at
tw\venty y,-:rs that thii union is eflected
iin man. In thle camuel, it takes place at
,'ih it: in thli holrse. at fie : in the lion.
at foir: in the doi,g. at two, and in the
ta1 bi,t at one. The natural termination
,tf iit,. is five removes fromt these several
" .in'*. Man being twenty years in grow
ini. i;\-,-s five times twenty yvaurs-that
i- Un, hurndrd,.1 ; the canmel is eight years
in griwing, n, and lives five times eight
yeiars--that is to say. forty years; the
hior-se is five years in growing, and he
!ives twenty-five years, and so with other
animals. 'Th'le man who does not die of
.ickne-ss lives everywhere from eighty
to one hundred years. Providence has
given to man a century of life, but he
di es not attain it because lihe inherits dis
eases, eats unwholesome tixx, gives li.
c'mei.: to passions, andt permits vexations
to disturb his healthy equipoise; hedoes
not ,iie-lhe kills himself. lie divides
iif,. iinto two equal halves-growth and
I.elinie : and these halves into infancy,
* -,iith. virility and age. Infancy extends
to, the twentieth year; youth to the fif
iitth. because it is during this period
Shat the tissues become firm; virility
tr inl ifty to seventy-five, during which
tit. organism remains complete ; and at
teventy-tive, old age commnences, to last
lonrgtr or shorter time, as the diminu.
tiou of reserved forces is hastened or
rtetarded. \1hether the great Professor
- - ho is now, though in his seventy
fourth year, still in the full maturity of
ttodily and mental vigor-will live to
giv r-lactieal proof of his favorite the
or. " ,by labor, study. moderation and
-lri.-:y,"' remains for another genera
('IIAN. .EIN FIlE SUI:FAICE OF TIHE
Mi,,-s".--At the last session of the Acad
rmvy of Science, says the CUtrrier du
Iarr. of May 21st, Delaitnay read a
p:.tlr by Flaminarion. on the subject of
a rtcsnt change in the moon's surface.
.\ crater well defined and perfectly well
known to astronomers has disappeared
within a year. and its place is now mark
ed by a large white seyt in the middle
ofa plain. It is the first time that any
change in the moon's surface has been
noticed. ('hacomar made a little obser
vation which confirms that of Flam
HEI.IOTYPo RA PHY is about to se prac
tically introduced. If one half that is
claimed for it be true, its utility will
soon be largely availed of in the arts as
well as by business people. It is cer
tain that by means of it, mapts, wood en
gravings, ornamental carde, music, out
lines, letter press, etc., An be produced
cn solid places, from which hundreds of
thou mds of copies can be printed.
WsR8EsXA ý no :
Whocrl aI e n A IEI1E Iý
Boots and Shoes,
M"mJ.y adwnefd esiar.badii, med gooh dr.
In a Br-proof warmbot..
W194. M! I AL & IIJ.UTT_
i Warren Nussy, IFrank Palmr, C. L Dahlr.
elt Lake ty. ( Dever. Virgls Cit
WARREN HUSSEY & CO.,
De~ver lqnd CeRntral 4(VS, Colorado Tar.,
HUSSEW, BAHLER & CO.,
.w iLake cy, Utah,
Virginta ly and Helena, M. T.*
AND DEALER8 IN.
I )A W EXCHANGB ON
On All Parts of Europe.
r( Pole.ctions promptly attended to.
v'ir.-inAin ('itv nlly 4th lfl( 1.
I~()IIM & M)_OLITOR,
SALT LAKE CITY.
RECEIVE GOLD & SILVER BULLION
Melting and Assaying
r Subject toe rder for rf-shitpmeut Gold extracted
from black sand. Particular attention paid to
Mineral Assays. Returns made from six to
twelve honrs aft-r receiving.
OurAssays we Guarantee
We Refer, witll Permlssion, to
Messrs. Holiday & Halsey, Bankers, S. L, City.
N' ounan & Orr,
" John W. Kerr a Co., " " "
" Walker Bros., merchants, " "
S. Content, Va. City, M. T.
Bank of California, San Francisco, Cal.
Messrs. Parott a Co. Bankers, " "
" Sathee & Co. " " " "
London & San Francisco Bank, " "
Messrs. Donahue, Kelley & Co. " "
t J. Seligman & Co.,merchnts " "
J. & W. Seligman, Bankers, new York.
ESTABLISHED IN THIS TERRITORY IN 1862.
J6 Bridge Steert, leleeaa, M.T.
W. T. Pembertoa, L W. Toole.
Pemberton & Toole,
A TTORNE YS-A T-LA W
HEL.EA, - -- MONTANA TlRTlORY
'W ILL practice in all the Court. of the Territory
YV of Moataha týS1J13f
DeerL odge City, M. T.
ILLY WILOWI. - - - - - - opr r,
' ee saloo is attached too he Bakery. sad
Clb-Room, both at which are tted a wi
all the moder a rvmeme. The pu st
and the be t d igrs are erved ot to
tomers. I am always ad to see my old iend.
wh o lve upon the other id.e of the wamonsla, 0
well as mee upe tats ade. .
SBILVER NOW HOTEL,
sa.am naw r', sa nme Oe., s..
tL O-. 0. A ,I .
Wholesale and Retail
Nevada City, M. T.
(The old mines Stoa.)
DEALER IN FLOUR,
Ceieo, Sgar, Bacon, Tms, 8yrups,
Liqorm, Toboc Cacr
A lArge and Well Ameorted Stock of Family
Cometastly oa head, and sold at lowest mauke
The " lmers' Store," Yet
Rtemember the Place !
MAI ST., HELENA,
U. uISm, POpITOR.
HOUSE OPEN TO GUESTS
At all ouers of Day or NIgt.
C(orner of Idaho and Jeakson StreetU
VIRGINIA CITY. M. T.,
J. 3. CHAPIN, - - - Proprleter
JRHIS well-k,s,wa lotel has been thoroughi.
Srpaired atri rtn..t ated in all its departments.
4 'IHST-CLA88 TABLE
will he oraintAi.Il. regardles of expense, and wil
be fr?,ishe.tl with the choicest viands the marke
atffrd . Thb ,c.m't and conveniesoe of boarder
and viritors ii; Il. ,rarefnlly attended to. Carefb
and trustw,.rti, w-s.itrs in constant attendance "
the guesh.. 1.37
(Successor to T. J. Cowan,)
WILL LEAVE VIRGINIA CITY EVERI
MONDAY MORNING, FOR
Sterling, Willow Oreek, Gallatin City
Morse's Store, Parsons' Ranch, Middle
Oreek, Boseman City, and Elk Grove.
Will, after June let, carry passengers and bag
gage, Ac., and after July lst, the U. S. Mail
By close attention to business, the proprie
tor boper to merit the confidence and patron
age of the public.
4$ "Ofce at J. M. Knight's, Wallace Et
JAMES F. FORMAN, Pro'i
May 8, 1867. 142tf
F. F. STONE,
(~uccessor to Brendlinger & Co.)
7 IOLEMALE and retail dealer in Tob.w..c
Cigars, Pipes, Snuff and Fancy (loads.
I am just in receipt of a large and well selectee
.tuc of the above goods. direct from the easren
mr.rket. consisting in part ae follows :
i ltk000 Cigars.
1.k0M) lts BrUnnson's fine cut Chewing Tobacco
300 doz. Briar Root Pipes.
•5 g.-nnine Meerschaulm Pipea.
100 dor.. Cherry Pipe Stems.
•25 gutta pereba Pipe Stems.
:3.000 tbs Virginity. Big Lick, Game Con , an.
other brands Smoning Tobacco. 30 doz. extr
quality Poe et Knives, and a large assortment o
Fancy Goods in my line. All of which I am offer
ing low at wholesale and retail. Store on Wallaoc
street. 2d. door fro.a City Bakery, Virginia City
M T. 138
JNO. S. SLATER,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
and NOTARY PUBLIC.
Will attend promptly to all burnesa of a legs
nature, take depositions, administer oaths, etc., etc
Cg'Immediate attention given to the eollectio;
of all claims against the United states. especiall:
such as may arise under the recent act of C.ongree
equalizing bounties. Office over the store of Gec
L. Shoup. corner Wallace and Jackbso streets
Vir-ini nil- Ir T1 MR
v irgnia city, m. v. i~o
Where Pgirims and actual settlers may al way
otamn a Ireeral aseortment of
CAST IRON STOVE-S
PICKS AND SHOVEL.,
Meclamale T*oos Generally.
Tin, Sheet-Iron & Copperware
Builders' Bardwaru Cofee-Mlls, Ox sad Bor.e
Shoe Nails, Carpeaters' Tools, and a gremt
variety ofd oter tiags, pretty, usal
and solid. Job Werk ti Copper
Tlu asd Seet Iron, .oale
33' 1t Ispsteb.
W. W. 08 LACY,
lV b t..t ..t a..r IS, 1r. @harms's tam
-ot aswm b rU. wi yt bs tan to wa
mm- d towns doe., a' take -a r l
.IC t teem, FtuhooQ Me.sm ,
bp myn d -ia of qwMe lodeir Md
Dano., Stuart & Oo
W dmls. l 4 andl D sale in
8R O CERBE
Wines and Liquors,
De ~ Ldge Oity, (Ootto.wood) Mo.t.s
DVS v m bssd a large and woil-worset se
Hof Aple ad
Fu rrist ia FWr et
Segarsa and' Pipes,
California M.ning Toola
OLOTHING, HATS, AND IAP
Harness and Leather.
We will aoon be in receipt of a consiogment of
BITTER ROOT FLOUR,
Which Is said to be equally as good as thu Oregon
flour, which we will sell at prices that will
R. *S. IMdLE,
H holesale and retail doalrr in
DRUGS & MEDICINES
COAL OIL AND COAL OIL LAMPS
VIR.rINIA U.I T Y, M T.
i27 PhsIscians Prescriptions ar
E'mv.*inUllw (!nu~amumi.J 141~
C. C. HOU EI, D. H. ANDREWS
HOUSE .\ NDI)REWN
` TORAOE and Commission Merchants any
U dealers in Oreeeries and Produce, on Wa lao
Street, one door west of HuLsey. Dahler & Co.'
SBank in the
Particular attention paid to the Palt of g nd4 le
with ua on
C O M. 331 I X I( ON
by parties at alit Lake or Cache Valley. Litbra
Cas.h Advancets Made
so dU ATZinW A. A WrWWW
134" MOUSEmL a AN IKOUWU.
.. B. LORAINE,
hBig Hole Bridge,
On the mast direct route from Virginia City to 8ilvr
Bow, keeps on hand
A LARGE SUPPLY
I PRO VISIONS AND GROCERIES.
REFRUSHETS PROVIDED FOR T-RATVLER
i. . A Erz a s ura -.a
Srledv the let atteute 133
Attmncyp aM Comdellor at Lau
And &oUedtor in C(3mseery.
06..f aS Zrh £ UMuinh.eM e.mi,
I I cl L~r I'rrr·4rr
Jaok.km 3fsIri.. ............Vrgina li
ih1 wl3-w4t 3 "
Jno. FHow's ColaImn
Corner of Idaeho and Jamc. areaa,
Virginia City, M. T.,
Mor o'h aud is e
Uwm.rpy.a in qgolity sad rsneer
IN THE TERRITORY.
DRY ( -(C) DII),
Hats and Cans.
BOOTIS ANID SHOIQS.
Ladles' Furnishing Goods,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Mi neriPf ' 'Tool
QUARTZ MILL TOOLS.
IRON AND STEEL,
( All sizes
And something never before brought
into a Montana market, via :
Oak and Ash Lumber,
Any .size Wanted,
g`CALL AND EXAMINE
OUR STOCK OF GOODS
An4 anything you here not eumeraWt.
CALL FOR I'T.
Hives security to
OONSIGERBS ON COMMISSIO0.
V. Ibera5 Adaaar N w= br Aft"
iW n c"1 --,- Nr.