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The e1ntana Ptet.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1867.
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EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY PCST.
Indian Comm isaoners- -tanberry
on Fenlana-An Assault on Re
punblcans--25,OO0 for Brownlow
-Inadian. Ranapant--Hancock to
Succeed Sheridan--Grain Crop of
'67-The ('nub Cable--.Iexleo and
the Nouith-Grant's Position.
WYAsnr.T,,vN. .Julvy 3'.--t is expecte~ the
comrni., loine:- nlJIpintad to treat with the
ihotile Inr:li;an' nill :~I-anlle in St. Louis on
the 6th of Augu-t, to locate the territory se
lectl ,- a IerTm:a,,trit r--ervation for the
A circular i? i--,i Il f: (0 tlhe Attorney-Gen
eral's ofi' . to-day. to I)i-trict Attornevs and
Marhal-. in7itructii, therm to observe allper
eons w!o'hin thy ir,'v hive reasonable cause to
susll -et ,f omllbinr, unlawfully for expedi
tino- into t t!: :rit;ry of any for ign hration
tiant I,: ,p: l t\ I ,rt r the authority of the
I'nitPl tt,~- n;.;, * ,: .. h:av. authority for
Ilivi..; i . r-,l - T Ih.v vi".ilated the laws
of ti l niti , a .
A W,.rl. ct, -, ..v-: 'he President has
d,.terrni::l to i .'iot, .: hr.,ckr utorton. of Tex
a-, ailnd a pi,,)l t . . . 1I.,inilton.
A 'It:::.- , .I . t '. special -ays: W in.
.1. Arni-t;. :t., rm.i -,i:,Ltlve tof the Con
gre--ion::i l ,.,u!l icl. colmmuittoe. and J. Q.
Thomlp-n, ,, li., .. ;.it of the New York
_tnles. wr:-e r:luil ., :-!~Iv a.-:ulted l:ast night,
in the Sl-k :-:, ii,, . on account of par
atc (.itio, ii: th,!:. i .!,iCfn convention. No
t..tal ioj,- I V, , tini.l. (lf vernor Orr
wa.. pri- ;,r lU:i'ig tht riot. ai, l a iled eace
i y urei- t :- tI t, l t. tire to their
ir u la -. 1..,-llc:tl. I -_ ltr, :in,- t ,-a il
:iut, i- :a ior 'r,i i ' , t i pol ice. [he
SIoters wer :L1 -i· t ; i : rninel.:ately lllerated
o, bail. .. ;,C c. i -n .,::a eri:. was
aI1 l',-. , :o :t r. e 11 n.
i. it. Lo -crtary of State for
lr ,.. A *w'-r t. , a li on
.l:'i t t- 1 l,.. ,r Nal,oleon had sent a
not t , . I' u.-ia. I ut that it wouli
iii; , ,: . - i t - c,,i:n-- t- at the pre.
.l'AL '-,".1 1id .. .-1 - 31 atr'rildn, the triail
oif t:,,+: ; ,." ,.: xi 1Ii2 £lckIIure.1 of the
liver :1ilz t. iz,, no rance, L-pn~in
nd England w " -,fol. M1c('ormick'=
re: j.,": j nrint: ,I it . lfort ", titýk in 24I mmi
1it; . 1 ,Vnnj - " ,i... it. .,1 n i ut. h
prt:..=- i ILL uli,; llii i:. : t .F;·5ier lccvrlingg y.
NiWw Y,. RK. 11 n 2.-A Iferulll epecial
from NaA:i 'ii - . in-. 'C n1 ret iii ni come
iflMXl. '' c- IitIl in M ntnil.. .iir. East
TetnrrC--n . i- it-r ::- L"': ni fromt, gave radical
mnaj..'I~ien.. L'r,.wnlow will probably carr-y
evC'ery ,'ounct in % e- t et eueiee, except two.
Thev re *luiatfuil. Of tho L..-gi-Iature. 20
out , f :.a lD~ico I. are el'ct,- , In the upper
honF., and all hut 111 out ot A:, in the lower
hou-'. T'l~ retiort - ulj to rniilnight indicate
the el.t ini of :r a!.lu- w by 25,U00 majority.
Every r: m:nhcl c.inr'Ii.iatr for ( ongrPes was elec
tedI Ii' mnn:nnritjer, V.irviri; "rit :1.01)40 to ,IiS,1W
A Kin i.il!e dltpatc:i ,ayn4 the negro vote of
ths. cit i, very haiavy antd olicl for Brown
low. ] IIt ruwt.n1~w%. precinct, out of 515
votes, only oue Wa~e at:.ir::t him atii that hie
A Trii!un .-p,,ci;.l say-. the' pro pect of a
.-ettleni'nt of tIh. Alabanha claimul by theac
quicition of British Colunmbit i nabandoned. it
having been found itnlracticabhle.
4r. Loris. July 2.-We.tern disipatches avy
Powers and Newman's train from Leaven
worth had a fight with the Indians on Sunday.
lasting all day. k'ruiu 1 to 1 Indians wjeim
~r. Lor-is, July 1.-The etoamerL . B. Arneo
was sunk in the 1Mi-souri river, near Clays
ville, yesterdnry. Loss, $S5,(,04: in-urana .
WASHINGTON. Au;ixlýt I.--L.t"tttrs fl tn .\Ai
miral Farragut to the I. th -tate that h- ia
assumed the command of the lurto ean
GIALVKiSToN. Augunt 1.-The aplpoirtmant
of Peese gi. e. great .ati.-factin,n with the bet
men of all parti,.. The yellow fever is in
Loou.a, August I.--The Londr,n reform
meeting to Iustain the action of the former
conveation will be held in hlyde Park next
month. An immense crowd is expected. The
purpose of the meeting is to advocate the
cuttiing dwn ,,f the franchise as extendei- by
the bil 1.,--.. I,: t!; H11.i u-..
At the G,,oduood lace.. to-day, the horses
inme in in tie :ollowiz:, orrr : Vun Ilyn,
WAsmsHINTro., August 2.-Bradley occupied
the entire lay in hib argument for Surratt.
Pierpont closes for the government to-mor
CRARLF.Tru., August 2.-Several freedmen
who emigrated for Liberia last year have re
tnrned. They bring discouraging accounts.
Those who remained. intend to return and ad
sise Southern freedmen against emigration.
WAS1SGTON., August 2.-The Post office
Department is in receipt of continual com
plaints from Idaho, Nevada and Utah that
transient newspapers and other printed matter
is not delivered by the overland mail unless
prepaid at letter postage rates. This is in ac
cordance with the law and there is no remedy
but a repeal of the obnoxious law by Con
NAsavXLLu, August 2.- ·everal freedmen
were discharged by the employers in this city
for voting the Radical ticket.
General Carlin has ordered his subordinates
to use every effort to find employment for
Naw YORK. August 2.-A Washington
special says: It is now understood from official
sources that Hancock will be appointed as
The Intelligencer says there will be no un
necemary delay in issaung the order relieving
PARts, August 2.-Bancroft, Minister to
Berlin arrived to-day.
Lomvoo, August 2-A dispatch from Athens
to-day, announces that the Greeks have de
feated the Turks in Crete in several recent en
gagements. The same dispatch mentions the
departure of the French squadron for Candia,
for the purpose of bringing back the Greek
At the Goodwood races to-day, for the
Richmond plate, the horses came in in the
following order: Camelia, Lord Ronald,
Aoeusra, Ga., August L-B~-a ovenaor
Brown is publishing a series of letters in ad
vocacy of reconstruction under the military
WAssa~svo, August 2.-The statistics of
wheat crop returns, received at the agriculta
tural department shows halt a bushel of an in
crease for each inhabitant, more than during
the year 18$5.
Iaw YoRt, Aot 3.-A cbdlM . _.
~ays: A teleram from Heart's Comtd d
ted the 20th, reports the cable had failed that
afternoon-it ise hought about 60 miles from
Heart's Content. The chairman of the tele
graph company says the breakae ocarred at
a very modeate depth of water. The ianj.
will be repaired with pnat facility, as in the
oa-e of the recest accadent to the .heread I
of the same cable in 1865.
lan.-k bie ia i k taia in psIfeai t
I Grad Vicrey gave a bhuquet to Leir
Lqms prvious to his retirement from the
post of she Drisi Ambuesadesip.
The Pope has seat some valuable present
to the 8ultan and Viceroy of 1gypt, for the
protection afforded to Catholic is the Dom
sanace ooun .
One bhudred Garibaldians appeared on the
Papal froatiers, but were driven of by she
Pais, August 3.-Napoleon will be accom
panied by M. onselier, minister of foreign
affairs, on his visit to the Emperor of Austria.
He will remain three days in the Austrian
NIw Yoae, Auust 3-An Orisaba letter of
the 18th gives account of the enthusiastic re
ception of Madame Juares all along the route
to the City of Mexico.
Juares will undoubtedly be the choice for
The Canadian Commission will soon be in
New York takin; evidence on behalf of the
-_;nited States, in the suit against Jacob
Thompson; in the case of the rebel steamer
Georglan, intended by Thompson to depredate
on the lakes during the rebellion.
The monitor Onondaigua has returned with
two feet of water in her hold. She proves a
bad sea boat.
Mass meetings are being held all over Ala
bama, under the direction of the Republican
The blacks registered are largely in the
majority in that State.
WAsniseroa, 34.-The registration com
mences immediately in South Carolina. Post
commanders will superintend registration
in their respective districts, and aL-o exercise
ageneral supervising authority, looking to
the faithful execution of the law and the
maintenance of order. Severe regulations
are is~ued against persons endeavoring to
thwart the night of registration.
It is reportel in official circles tilt should
Juarez not be re-elected, he will be sent as
a Minister to Washington, as a nark of re
gard for the United States.
Nsw YoaK, August 5.-The Times Fort
Ilarker special say:: The Indians killed
seven men ye-terday, six miles from here.
The men killed were railroad laborers. After
scnlping two men they proceeded to Big
Creek stage station and ran off twenty head of
horses and mule-. This was in daylight, and
exposerd as they were to a fire from fifty iu
auntry and adozeu stage employees, only :i0t
yard. from them, it is considered the ,ol-lest
attack the Indians have made.
Calptain Andrews started immediately in
pursuit and overtook the Indians last night.
but found them too many to attack with his
force and sent back for reinforcements which
Herald's Key V'est special of the 3d says:
Everything is ready to lay the cable. Paying
ut Ibegn to-day.
Hlerald's llavana special of the 21st says:
The Spanish steamer Ciudad Candales. passen
gers and crew were saved.
V\ERA CRaC. July 24.--Dates from Mexico
11th say that Santa Anna is still in prison.
Nothing has been heard from Marque- yet.
Foreign Ministers are unmolested.
I he l.ress advocates a general amnesty, but
argu.es that severe punishment should be
meted to Marquese,LaCazze,Larez and others.
Jamaica aidvices rel ort a continuel para
liz.ition of trade in Kingston. and a general
Immunity from frauds and robberies cummit
ted in official and in rural districts.
The admiini-tration of the Colonial govern
mel; unelr the -y-tem planned in l-nglanl is
l- ports from Kingston the 19th are replete
with lamentations about the new and heavy
tax system imposed by the Colonial govern
The Tribune special say-: The old story of
the resignation of Stanton is being revived.
At this tame there seems to be good founda
tion for it.
The President's contemplated removal of
Sheridar. is opposed by Stan ton and Grant.
The President stated last night that he
would remove Stanton flrst, then Sheridan.
Some doubt is expressed as to the President's
power to remove a Cabinet officer.
The President's friends say that if he can
not make Stanton resign he will suspend him.
There is no doubt but that there really was
a quarrel between the President and Stanton.
Ge;neral Girant had several interviews during
the week with the President and Stanton, on
the proposed removal of Sheridan.
It is said that Grant construes the recon
-tructiou act. to place on him a part
of the ?Foponsibiltty for its faithful ex
ecution by the officers under him. and under
his command, hence has opposition to Sheri
dan's removal. When consulted by the Pre-i
dent he gCve his opinion that in no one could
he place inm)re trust than in Sheridan.
Usa VaR, August 7.-It is reported at Jules
Lurg, this morning, that the Indians captured
a train on the Union Pacific Railroad, then
crossed tb,' river and cut tihe two wired on the
Souath Platte. Tliey have hld pvouse..-ion of
the linen for three dayr.
LIrsa.-JIut.sst rc, August 7.-The In
dians yesterday destroyed the railroad track
six miles west of Plum creek, captured one
train and killed the engineer, fireman and
brakesman. They alo attacked a party that
were on their way to repair the railroad and
telegraph line, killing two of them and wound
ing two others.
The Western Union telegraph lines are down
east of Fort McPherson. A party left that
place yesterday to repair them and have not
been heard from since. Another party will go
to their asistance this morning.
Twenty Indians crossed the river yesterday,
nine miles west of Bishop's ranch, told the
operator and the five men with him to sleep
once more and then go to Fort McPherson.
The Indians have destroyed the telegraph lines
for some distance and carried of the wire.
They are near Mud Springs and between Jules
burg and Fcrt Laramie, and still have posses
sion of that country.
SALT LaKE, August 7.-The South Pass and
Sandy stations have been burned by Indians,
and the lines destroyed. The lines are also
torn down at Pacific Springs. The Sandy op
erator has returned to that place, accompa
nied by a small party of misers. He reports
that'the men will go back unless a stronger
force should come from the west, as about 100
Indians were seen yesterday, nad Indian signs
are fresh all about there. A party of miners
are now at the South Pass mines. Namber
MALAD CITY, August 9.-P. W. McManus,
recently from Salmon river and a member of
the last Montana Legislature, accidentally
shot himself with his own revolver, at Marsh
Valley station, eiKhteen miles north of here,
on the evening of Aug.st Sb, lfnictin a
fatal wound in his right side, the bell passing
through the lungs. He died from the effects
at it at 4 o'clock yesterday evening. ý/r.
McManms was in the stage coach at the tine,
en route for 8sit Itke City. The coach har
ing stopped to .hauge teams, he endeavored to
get some sleep, nad by some meas his revolver
dropped out of its ecabherd Just as he was
lying down, and was discharged, causing the
PoL.rLATION or Tra OIABE -Accord
ing to the calbulationsof the two cele
brated German ýogaphers, Behm and
Hauber, the popultion of our globe
amounts to ui*othing more than thir
teen hundred milltos, distributed as
XEuope~...... ...S sIulltn 25 nilUn.
Asu...............798 3-5 1o 30 die
Ameria..... . 74 33 do 71 do
A--b............ t8 do 1!0 do
mel.s............ 34-5 do 4 do
Total........ 1:I.30 miUiWo Ik m,09l %
Cavanaugh leads off and gets knocked
out of time the first roumd.
Hlm.rA, M. T., August 5, 1887.
Hox. W. F. SANDEn s-Dear Sir: You
having been nominated for Delegate to
Congress by the Republima party of
Montana. I, as the noainae of the Demo
cracy of the same Territory, cordially
invite you to a friendly discussion of the
National and Territorial questions at
Iasue between our respective parties.
The discuasion to be held at the follow
ing times and places, viz: On the even- i
ing of August 8, at Blackfoot city; 9th,
Washington gulch; 10th, Iºeer Lodge
city; 12th, Emmettsburg; 18th. Bear
Town, 14th,Reynolds city; 15th.German
gulch; 16th, Rocker city; 17th, Butte i
city; 19th,Highland city; all of the above I
places being in the county ,of Deer
Lodge. And on the evenings of August
20, at Argents: 21st, Bannack: in the I
county ot Beaverhead. On the evening
of August 28, at Virginia city, at which
latter city further arrangements can In.
made for a continuance of the discutsions I
during the residue of the campaign. An
early reply to this note is respectfully
Your obed't serv't,
JAXME M. CAVANAUIIH.
II.ELENA, M. T., August 5, 18I67l.
DEAR SIR: Your favor of this date,
inviting me to a friendly discussion of the
issues between our respective parties is
received. I coincide with you fully as
to the desirability of such an arrange
ment, and do not decline it. But I con
fess my surprise that in your communi
cation you proceed to fix the times and
places at which these discussions are to
take place. A custom too universal to
be disregarded prescribes my right as
the party challenged to fix the times,
places and terms of discussion. This I
shall do in a spirit of fairness, and after
consultation with you.
A necessary journey to my home in
Virginia city renders it impossible for
n me to begin at Blackfoot so early as you
Slesire, but, could I do so. it would leave
but twenty-one working days in the
cam.paign. In a Territory containing
nine, counties, three, of which are as
powe4rtal as Deer Lodge, you ask me
to spend more than half the canvass in
Pardon me, if I suggest that this will
appear as an attempt to withdraw me
as far as it is losasible for you to do--rom
the canvass, and will Ike unfair to other
In two instances, the discussions pro
posed, are to take place within four miles
of other places you au.o name for our
discussion. Were we to visit all the
places suge.-'sted, a r,-arrangement of
the meetings would save many miles of'
Again, some of the meetings would
retquire of us remarkable journeyi, and
would find us weary from travel.
For instance, you invite a discus.i-ni
at Reynolds city, on the evening of the
14th, and on the evening of the succeed
ing day, at German gulch, although the
places named are at least eighty-five
miles distant from each other.
Some towns named are far less p.pu
lous than others ommited.
I attribute these remarkable propos
itions of yours to your recent arrival in
and non-acquaintance with the Terri
tory you aspire to represent in Congress.
It would be gratifying to me to spend
so much time as yo.u propose wiith the
good people of Deer Lodge county, but
in justice to other localities, I cannot do
so, and I respectfully request you to
withdraw so much of your communi
cation as seeks to fix the times and
places of the meeting for the discussions
I remain very respectfully, your friend.
oV. F. SANDERS.
To lion. J. M. CAVANAUoGII.
OUT OF THEIR OWN .MOITHS.
At his (Cavanaugh's) written request we
strained our conscience to its utmost forbear
ance to pul his speech before the Supreme
Court, in the Foster case, which was regarded
by both Judges, bar and bystanders as the
weakest effort ever made in that Court. * *
We can assure Mr. Cavanaugh that he wholly
mistakee the high toned sentiment of the peo
ple of Moatana if he imagines for a moment
that iudulgerce in blackguardism towards an
opponent will insure their support. * * *
We know that J. M. Cavansrtgh did run as an
independent candidate for Congress in 1865,
and that his vote added to that of the regular
Democratic candidate would have alected him.
* * * Cavanaugh stated that "he wanted
no nomination from the Democrats, that he
had been endeavoring for eighteen months to
spew up all the Democracy in him." "* *
Again, in all we have heard from gentlemen in
Montana, who knew Cavanaugh in Colorado,
the opinion generally entertained in regard to
him was that he was wholly unreliable as a
politician, and that no confidence in that re
spect could be reposed in anything he said.
It has afforded am no pleasure to go into this
expose of any one claiming to act with the
party to which we belong.-[Democrat, Feb.
The following cased were disposed of on last
Territory vs. John E. Bull-the jury in this
case could not agree, standing nine for acquit
tal and three for conviction. Rock Drolette
became a naturalised citizen of the United
States. Territory of Montana vs. Jas. Rob
inson-the following is the asutence of the
Court in theabove case : "James Robinson
The Grand Jury found an indictment against
you for the murder of John Peterson, in this
county; and the petit jury found you guilty of
murder in the second degre ; I now inquire
whether you have any legal excuse to ofer
wby judgment should not now be pronounced.
(The prisoner hee answered that he had not.)
None being offered, the sentence of thisCourt
is, that you, James Robinson, having be
duly convicted before this Court of murder in
the second degree, that you suffer prison
ment in the county Jail within and for Uder
ton county, (that being a territorial prson
until otherwise provided), and there kept at
ard labor ethe period of lten yea; and
the Sherif of this county will e this sentence
carried into effect. I. B. Munsoe, Judge.
The prisoner's counsel excepted to the h.rd
labor cMase in the senteace, on the ground
thot there was no statutory provision in refer
unce to it, and the Court took the matter un
der on dderatiom.
TyProearitcA&.-.a westera paper
lately publishd an addrem by one Brown
and in its next ieae made she following
correction : "For 'dum swisal ' please
read ' pomminemes.'" This was bad
enough, bat he next week the same
paper has the folbwlg: "I. L andvr
tisemeant which appeared in our last, br
Ss M V U 1E l LA.
EDITOR PoeT :-Little .of interest has
transpired since my last, if I except the
departure of the crickets and grasshop
pers from the two valleys. From the
most reliable information I can get, these
pests have done but little damage. Our
farmers think they will have a two-third
crop, while a month back they expected
none. These valleys are suffering much
for want of rain, of which we have had
none of late. Some fields of grain are
entirely ruined by the drought,and are be
ing cut for hay. We have had one or
two severe frosts within the last two
weeks, doing considerable damage to
grain and other crops. So far this sea
son the weather has been nnusually cool.
with dry winds. There is now a pros
pect of a change.
The citizens of Bitter R(oot Valley are
suffering considerable loss by roving
bands of Snake and Buannack Indians
stealing their horses. The Indians are
very bold in their operations. coming in
mid-day into the most thickly settled
portion of the valley and driving off
whole bands. I anm informed that the
mountains east or Fort Owen are full ,of
these thieving bands. It is thougzht
that some of the young Flatheads are
Our Indian affairs are in a deplorable
condition, and getting worse every day.
One day last week two Flathead Indi
ans went to the housa of a Mr. Marsliall,
who resides about four mile~s ast of this.
and demanded some muck a-muck. Mr.
Marshal being absent. Mrs. Marshal gavei
them about one half she had cook,,d.
''The'v demanded more. and drew a large
knife on Mrs. M1. S"he becam(e much
fri.gl:t'n,', anti gave them tilthe hal:tinr ..
when ther Iteft. This is not the oni" in
stance' It their tlihr atqening of late. l ,tt
of the,.e Indians appear erv .l1en.
and are growing l,,iier tvery y. :Ia!.
t;-*s at the Agency are in a imost bauti
ful r.tate of confusion. The (it-enral ,u- i
iperint..nd(1ent and physician have l'ft,
hav ing ha11 enough of it. The"v rlf-
sent the place to Lh a perfect IBul::I th.:
the bui!! ings are fast going to (lestruc
tion : that the principal crop will i,.- ai
mo.-it entirelv 14,,t for want of prol,l r at
tention. and the Indian.s are very muchi
di s:;ati ~i lied.
As yet but littlt intere,.t is ianiiili te : d
in pllitical uiatt.rs. The Union (,n
vo.itio)n will 1me: .t a: II.11 (cat(. ,e tl e.
27th inst.. to ec, del-egates t1 t"' T .r
ritorial (',i1nv-rti ion and n ::1 natt-a lt , i
C u.)nllt\ ticket.
Yours, 1 No)N.
NbF.,, .1, Jul- :' . : , .
The Execution of Maxlmuuilan.
A correspondent of the T1,,,tl fmurnish
es the details of the execution of Maxi
nii~an and his ( ;enrals. \We' have rootm
on for the, closing paragraphs of the
thrilling recital inciluding tihe last speech
of tlie murdered Prince :
"ladi.claimii said m aximilian, as the
crowd became hushed to hear. "any in
tention or wish to aggrandize; nysi'elf at
the expen.se of Mexico. .VWhen I was
w-aited upon at Miramner by the deputa
tion prepared to offer me the crown, I re
fused. Thei proposition was pressed up
on me. I replied that if a majority of the
Mexican people decided that it was for
the interest of the country. I should not
feel at liberty to refuse. A testimonial
to the last effect was brought by an
other deputation. The Eurol gov
ernments advised that I should accept.
Believing that I was then really furnish
ed with the wish of the Mexican people,
I came. I pursued the course that I be
lieved to be the best. \'hatever decrees
I have issued were issued as a warning,
and under a mistaken impression of the
real sentiments of a majority of the peo
ple, rather than from a despotic or s*lfish
motive. I have been tried by an incom
petent and illegal court : my protest has
been of no avail. I have a right to de
mand, and still demand a more deliberate
Nothinig was said in rteply. Maxiruil
ian evidently expected nothing. lie
stood in a firnn, yet graceful attitude,
until Miramon had finished speaking.
The guard was drawn up. Mejia gaz
ed curiously,Miramon with a grim smile,
and Maximilian with no particular ex
pression, while this movement was in
progress. Then Maximilian beckoned
to the sergeant, who went forward and
stood for a moment facing the Emperor.
The latter drew a handful of Mexican
golden ounces, or sixteen dollar pieces,
from his pocket, and placed them in the
"I ask one favor. Please tell your men
to aim at my heart. Divide this among
them after I am dead. Adios / Take
The sergeant returned, and took his
position on the right, of the firing squad.
He glanced at Escobedo, and received
his answer in a slignt nod and significant
The murmur of pity in the multitude
without the military lines, almost broke
into shouts of protestation. The officers
lifted their swords, the soldiers fumbled
at their muskets, and frowned it down.
The stillness then became oppressive.
"Viva Is Mexico !" in a suppressed cry
"Carlotta! Carlotta l" This word
twice spoken in a thoughtful, tender
tone, this was the last that ever passed
the lips of the Archduke of Austria.
TanRE is a George McClellan, a good
Republican by the way, who keeps a
hotel at Gettysburg, Pa., and it is said
that the coincidence of his name with
that of the General who ones command
ed the army of the Potomac has led many
Eanglish tourists to write home that "the
ingratitude of the Republic has doomed
its chieftan to keep a village tavern on
the very field of his fame."
A NO& CoxnanArzox.-The New
York Heral places in the smine category
Garibaldi, Victor 8 ug, and George
Franciu Train, and pleuatly reim
mends that they be -pt in an old soap
baller " and saimmr away together un
til nothing Is left of them but a grease
" * _
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O3R , X CLARKSON & CO.
(Olinzhouse & Co.'s Old Stand.)
"Co~ 1iSSio n Merhs
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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Northwest oar. Wallace and Jackason Ste.
Virginia City, Maotana.
F. IR-. 1lEI-I i Co.
VIRCINIA, - MONTANA.
F'ancy and stialJe
IN CONNECTION, HAVE A
Where we are prepared to Exect"e a;i k,;,"1s
cf job work, with neatness and dis;atclh.
PRICES TOISU!T THE TIV:S
-ire-Proof S ..o e t V:tre'l:h:.w.:.
Foster &T i
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For all kIids of SNtock.
Large &. Coulmindioux t orr ai
-AC:OMMOODATTO (lIO si
Alwaas om hand at the
119 d6 tw&w EAGLE ST. HLLM.
F. E. W. PAT'r01,`
Wholesale and It..,
StorageC and 1
A Keeps on hand and for sale s'
a choice assortment of ;l
Family Groceries!U t
Mincr%' Toolh, t.
Also, a large lot best brands of ;
Two Fire-proof WareholscS
fbr the safb storage of goods. h
Jaust eceived, a lare
voiee orDomestic manufacured
assimres, Satinets, Bilanits
and Knitting Yarns. f
Territorial and County
WARRANTs for SALLE.
P.. E. W. PATTOMz; C
- . WILLIAMS and H. T. Pattootill p tic
aside. The rules of the rin ing. I n,%
go," sad the best m win. T ts o t
well known, the money aup, snt l0"o"8 d