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The Iontaia Fest.
SATURBAY, AUGUlr 19, 1S67.
A. B. HAMILTON, is our Agent at Pert Beates.
Ma. A. J. 8mrw is our Agt at Baumaek.
J. M. FIsa, Sterling, Hot p Distrle.
Geo. 8. RAWLruFo , Silver .
J. . M. Mts, ilver Bow.
JAMEs STUART, Deer Lodge.
WORDEaxA Co., Hell Gate.
Agenyf Post, 52 Bridge street, Helema.
Jon TRP, Jaunction City.
W. P. PARSows, Gallatin City.
ED. ALLFIELD, German Galek.
H. H. HATHAAWY, Highland Distriat.
P. CHIncH, Summit City.
CAMPBELL & CO., Confederate Gulhe.
It. C. JOHNSoN, Blackfnot.
I. N. BUCK, Boulder Valley.
Wen.Lz W. JoNEs, Reynolds' City, Elk Creek.
S. V. BALL, Beartows.
J. W. MAGULaEY, Beeker City.
J. S. WILLnAM. St. ouis, Mo.
L. P. FISHER, San Francisco. Cal.
HENRY RIlRDEN, &rgenta.
H. ELLIS & Co., Leesburgh, Salmon River Mines.
CHAUNcY BAR..R, Bear Gulch and adjacent
Ax~ON FORD. Butte City.
Jhto. O. 01Clx, of Virginia, is our authorized
Agent to receive subscribers and moneys. His
receipt will be good.
CONTENTS OF THIS NUMBER.
PAGE 1-Union Ticket; Union Platform; Union
Mass Meetings ; The Indiane-Our Policy; The
Situation, nion Territorial Committee; Our
Ticket; Cotemporary Notices; "The Winding
Way;" Prepare for Action ; Is it Real or a Myth t
PAGE 2-Pen and Scissors.
PAGE 3--Indian Depredation---The Outrages
Perpetrated in the last Six Months; Novel Love
Afair-Etbhipia Stretcher ferth her Hands; The
Territory of Wyoming, Aaron Burr and Jeff
PAGE 4-Telegrams; The Contest; Out of Their
Own Months; Judicial Proeeedings ; Typo
graphical: From Missoula; The Execution of
PAGE 5-The Press Room-Poetry; Madison Coun
ty Union Convention ; Pen and Scissors; Quartz
Mining; What Seventy Boys Became.
PAGE 6-The Awakening; Steamers Burnt; The
Steady Progress of Republicanism ; Comparisons
are Odious; The Mining Tax.
PAGE 7-Madison County Union Convention; Union
Primary-Sterling District; Primary in Nevada ;
Democratic Ticket; The Union Territorial Coo
PAGE --Virginia Locale; Helena Locals.
Arrivals and Departures Duriag th1
T Taylor F F Help Mrs Cunnigham
Z Q Shirley (0 8 Ribland M Ferrill
Albert Cameron John Mahan Ed McLean
E G Maslay J J Willis Chinaman
8 R Knight J B Chapin Weinshank
- Miller - Beck F Chanvan
J Raider C Dunu H 8 Howell
S Dacker John Miller Chinaman
L M Black Gov Smith H Cummings
Chas Rosever .Jas Andrews W N Couch
J F Bartleson R Leach Jas R Boice
Mr Sickles John Cornell Wm Waid
80 B Howell F F Help Chinaman
Thos Barrett Mrs Barrett Chas Bittman
P Wenhebach J Harlan W 8 Fields
C H Gray D T Beals Mrs O A Perry
Gen Meredith (eo S Bright Mrs McLean
John Wells 8 R Kirby R S Knight
E Miller Chinaman Chinaman
Arrivals at the Planters' House.
August td.-L D Christman, city; L P Williston,
Deer Lodge; I L Phillips; A Andersea; Rev Chas
August 3d-J L Bartleson. Argenta: J M Page,
CMadison: H Lazarus: Louis B Howell, Bannack;
John Sidener. Fort Benton; H Arndt, Summit; W
WV Leonard; P Taylor, Helena: B F Christnot; J
Winning; Wm Glasgow. Sterling; A B Hopkius.
Spring Gulch: Wm Barnett. Spring Gulch; Gen S
Meredith, Poiut of Rocks; Prof B F Marsh, Point of
August 4th-F F Help, Helena; J J Sprirg. Ft
Hall: S I) N Bennett. %% illiams Creek; HK liar
vey, Summit; Jno Henderson. Ft Benton: F S
Whitney; F W Blankenship: Jas Williams: Conrad
Weary. P'odunk: L F Carpenter. Sterling; Mrs C II
Perry; Thus Hlughes. Jefferson; A McArthur,
August 5th--Edward McLane, Salmon; Geo 8
Bavard, St Louis; Jao Haester; Joo Mahan; E G
McClay, T M Fisher. Suummit; Jno Harlan. do: A
V Cot ry. do: I 1P Eppern , do; .1 1) Bradley. Mill
Creek; C C Branham. do- I) C But:er. Summit; G
8 C'Ogrove. do; F 8 Hamilton. do;: len Ezekiel,
do: A W lirysun. do; A L liddle. Dry G;ulch; T
Devarmmn, do: 8 R Kirby, Bannack; Wm Murphy,
Aug. 6--J It Fish. Sterling: R S M,.iie;: L Cop
pock, Jefferson: Ii Ii Tolley, do: A Weinchenek.
Helena: E Miller d,,: R Deck, Sacrameuto: Francis
('hnmran ,St Louis: R Iledye. Nevada; ('has Root;
I) hi Hopkins. Norwegian (uleb. Chais Hill; A B
G(orl.ch I) lMc'rt(,nr. Summi:t; Geo 11 Mi es. do;
E T l'h.:i. RBnt.: n k; J ht Iliutcliison. c.-i . J J
Howard (:R,:t (;ulh, J D Eaon: C Hampton,
city: NHl \\' t. de: V A Shroyer. Suinnmit.
Aug. --( ',n Dnunn. mantuack; FR I Oh'e,
W heei i- . ti ; .1 M ier. Ia k In ak II S Howell.
%'.eils. Furriu & Co. C:has St C'!air. Highland; J H
Dunn; A ' Ht, lumit l umi i It liter. do; WV H
Pat:on. Nevada: A J Powe: GI WV Todd. jr.. Salt
L~ke: \ut S'e;eay: Jau;es Irine: Chas Mason,
Froutm 7'lcs.a 7"ri-l Wec..lu.
A HRw I"N 4(' '..--The Democratic
C(onvenution , ¶-.trrday was stornty. The ele
sments were troutit.e., and the Comrl oneul
parts had no c!hesit'n. The Convention or
ganirrd temporarily. at 12 N.. by electing
General A. I.each Chairman, and C. C. Me
asugh Secretary. )n otion. a ('Committee on Cre
dentia!s was waIap~*nted. Protests againat the ad.
missiom of delegatcs from the First and Fourth Wardi
were hanted i;a. on the groundt that their election
was ulndiemo.ratic. sad v..ters were prevented fronm
easting their ballots. The Convention called fot
statements trom Meran. iSpratt and Patton from the
disaffected wards. They made them. An inves
tigating committee was then aplpointed. Consisting
of inw tu:e nter from each of the country precincts.
The ('on.enti,,n thrn adiourned until 2I P. M.
RE-coxNVNEI.-TIhe Investigating Committee
reported and recommended throwing out one of the
Summit delegat:ion arnd the delegation from the
Fourth WVard, elected by eight men before the hour
named in the call. Adjourned to give Committee
on Credentials time to report.
RECO.VEMED.--Comtmittee on Credentials re
ported that owing to the informality of credentia.,
etc, that they recommended the Convention to ad
iourn until called together again by the Chairman
of the County Committee.
On motion, their report was adopted. It was
then annouactd that the Convention had, by the
motion. virtually adjourned itself sie die. Con
sternation of a mild character. Motion made to re
eamsider. Carried. Motion then made to accq
the report and discharge the committee. Carried.
On motion, the reprt was laid on the table. An
other motion to appoint a new Committee on Cre
dentials, also carirwd, and the Co.rention then ad
journed until 7 P. M.
The bone of eoetentioa was the fat oices. It ap
peared to be slightly a war of races. The Missoe
rians wanted all the fat oliees, they wanted their
Irish friends to be satisfied with glory and let them
have all the spoils, but the descendeant of Dan
O'Connell couldn't see it in that way, and bucked
against it manfully. Like their brethren ia the
East, the Irishmen of Montana are getting their
eyes opened, and have long enough been made
catspaws to rake off chestnuts for their Democratic
RECONVENED.-Conrention in workilg order.
The following are the nominationse : Coun l, MIdge
Davis, Madisn ; Major Watmon, Beaverhead.
House, Sam. Word, P. E. Patton, Fred. Cope.
Sheriff, Judge J. L. McCullough.
12 m. Recorder, Wm, H. Rodgers ; Treasurer.
Alex Grifth; Commissioners. Ro t Conway, P. E.
Evans, Geo Wilhelm; Coroser. Dr. L. Diem; Pro
beas Judge, 'Vm. Y. Lovell; District Attor.ey, Jam
Ritebie; Elreyor, Col. De Lacy; Bpt. of Iase
gins, . Thrasber They drg tir wram.
THE MmaTIGe.-The prminy met
ie of the Unio. vdret e V snta iOy, ee lamer
day eveni.g, was of the ad td seent ethne
asea ebaseer. The uet Lseee was Stied t e
plesem, sad the e pssdemtl of rival eadidates elt
aee, whdo twere latereed seent. Thes dee
pleamut, and, we believe, eti rely esthe to
all parties- The deeIates l es d ar men - oe r
aeter and honesty of purpese, sad at the Coane..
tie. to-morrow will without doubt, give the aommi
nations to thse whom they eosider the best men.
The Union prty s a ait, and whobe the O rvea
tiom may slek nd they bhave may good men to
seleet from, they will reoeive a hearty amd united
support. This rivalry for nomination is one of the
best evidences of themeoMdemee of the parties i the
success of the tieket, and the Demooreey of Vir
giiae will have seek a row to hoe as they do not
like to admit.
THEz BSuav .-Gen. Meredith, Prof.
Marsh and Col. De Lacy, having visited Beaver
Head Rock, as sggestsd by the Commisuioeer at
Washington, for the purpose of investigating its
adaptability as as initial point for the survey of the
Territory. have been oouvioaed that it is not only
an undesirable point, but impracticable. They
have therefore abandoned that place, and as the
location and establishment of the line has been left
to the liscretkom of the Surveyor General, another
point will be seleeted at ouoe. The party leave
this morning for Sterling, where observations will
be taken. and it is believed that the Meridian line
will be eastward and in the vicinity of the meridian
of Sterling, while the base line will be in the neigh
borhood ofGallatin City. The Topographical Corps
have bees ordered to report at that place, sad the
initial point will be designated in a few days. It
is the desire of the Surveyor General to accompllsh
the survey as speedily as possible, that mineral and
agricultural lands may be entered in accordance
with the mineral laws.
SUPPORT IT.-On the 30th ult. the Salt
Lake Uuio" VSdeos was considerably enlarged.
with the promise of another speedy enlargement.
The diminutiveness of the paper for the last few
months has developed one happy quality in its edi
tor, a short, sharp, decisive style of writing. A
condensed intensity of thought and a conciseness of
expression that gave it pungency and effect, pom
pensating largely for quantity. It ably represents
not only the interests of the Territory, but is a
Union Vedette, keeping watch and ward over the
doings of that "independent government," the State
of Deseret; a thorn in the flesh of the sensual
Prophet, and an advocate of law and principle
among a people who are at variance with both. It
asks supjort and is worthy of it. If you want a
spicy, keen paper, fully up to the times. and show
ing up the "twin relic," life size, sabsoribe for it.
Too GooD To JLos:.-Positively thne
best joke of the seasoa is at the expense of the Ex.
ecutive. A couple of offioers about to return to the
Yellowertme, foand that their horsee had been sent
off, by order of the Adjutant General, through mis
take. They reported to Gov. smith, who instru-ted
the Quartermaster to furnish them with good horses.
and addei, jocularly, "If Gen. Cummings does not
furnish you good horses take the best you can And."
The Governor left for Helena per coach the same
evening. The Quartermaster failing to furnish
horse Sesh up to the standard of the military stock
fanciers, they started out for "the best they could
nad." These happened to be the Governor's two
private carriage horses, fat, sleek and spirited, the
realization of their idea of "best." and take them
they did. They not only took them, but have gone
to the Yellowstone, no doubt highly pleased with
the generosity of the Commander-in-Chief of the
forces of Montana.
ITEMS.-The St. Joe Union of the 4th
lnt., chronicles the arrival of our townsman John
Hlanna p.r steamer Ben Johnson---The St. Joe
Herald mentions the arrival at that place of P. 8.
Pfouts, on the 6th of July.-Captains Hughes and
Campbell are in town. They came to see the Gov
ernor in regard to the re-enlistment of the volun
teers.-A pre-emption of forty rods square of ground
on which to erect temporary buildings for the Leg
islative aId Executive ofices was made on last
Saturday. It embraces the knoll above the Missou
ri House.--Revs. Bishop Tuttle and Goddard left
for lelena last evening.-The Langrishe-Couldock
company are in Salt Lake City, giving perform
ances. Taey will be in Montana soon.
FROM (JALLATIN VALLEY.-We learn
that the Democracy had a meeting of fifteen, all
told,at a 'entral location in the valley,on last Sun
day......... The amount of grain on hand, held over
from last season, is estimated at 6,000 bushels.
About 8,000 or 9,000 bushels of wheat, and 3.000
of barley has been sown......Flour is offered free
ly at eight dollars.........The grasshoppers have
appeared in large numbers, but so far, have done
no injury ',f consequence. It is believed the crops
are too far advanced to sustain much damage.
ALL 0. K.-The Mesers. Herndon &
Snyder, who are in the tanning business on Mill
Creek, are thoroughly satisfied with the success of
their enterprise, and are working in stock and ex
tending t>e capacities of their yard as rapidly as
possible. They have now in the vats 1,000 sides
of heavy Ieather and 600calfskins, and are working
in 50 hides and 30 calf skins a week. We wish)
them abundant success.
FROM THE STATES.-A messenger from
the camp on Shields river reports that a train of
four wagons and forty men had just arrives at the
Yellowstone from the States. They are all immi
grants, anti we understand are en route for Virginia
Prom Thursday's Tri- We!ky.
LATEnT FROM THE INDIANS.--From
Mr. Turner, whoarrived on Wednesday evening
from Bozeman, being one of the ,party of emigrants
mentioned as having errived from the States by
the Bolzeman route, we learn the following: They
started fr ,m Leavenworth and have been four
months on the route, arriving in Bozentan on the
5th. One half the party went to Helena, ard the
remainder came here. They first .joined the mili
tary expleitionat North Platte. Between that and
Laramie, Indians attacked their herd four times,but
were driven off. Twenty-five miles above Bridger's
Ferry, n i -re the Bozeman route leaves the l'latt-.
a new fort has been establishetd, named Fort Lapa
relle. It is garriannred by the 4th U. S. lnfautry.
6e0strong tort Reno.nu Powder river,is garrisoned
by three Lmpanies of Infantry. 200 strong. Arriv
ing at F',rt Il'il Kearney. having been repeatedly
attacked, thiey camped under the gttns of the Fort.
and were rttacked twice in that position. The first
time, the Indians secured three heal of stock, the
next time hey were driven otlr by the tealmsters.
The Indians are very numerous in that vicinity,
showing themsl.!ves constantly around the Fort.
Fort Phil Leazn ey is garrisoned by four Coutlanttie
oflafantly one Company of Cavalry, l.0 oitizens,
and has fIlr pieces of arti:lery, under command of
General .,tith. Strengbh, 600 men. Starting un
der mi itarey escort and accompan ied by (;et.eral
Brady, orlcred to the columand of Fort Smith,
they reane ed (oose Creek, where they were halted
by an ordt r of General -Smith. sent by a courier, lie
had rect ived information that Fort Smith was to be'
attacked by Sioux; 2,300 lodgesof whom are in the
vicinity. Reinforced by one Company of Cavualry
and two pices of artillery; advanced to Fort Smith
and were 'in., olested, although constantly men
anced by Sioux, Cheyennes, Kiowas and Arrapa
boe's. Fort Smith is garrisoned by five Companies
of Inhatry, two pieces of artillery and anum herof
citizens: a.0 in all. The Crow Indians have all
been expelled by the Confederate tribes, and 800
lhdges of tiem are now encamped between the Big
Horn and Yellowstone. They are reported perfectly
peaceable. The allies gave them the alternative
to go into ianmediate hostilities against the whites
or to leave the field, and they left. The party left
Fort Smith on the 2.4th of July. On the 27th
they were overtaken by John Richards (Reehaw,)
who reports that the Indians had attacked the
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s herd and started off all the
stock, 280 bead.but a party of Crows saved all but
thirty head. Only forty Indians made the attack.
When the garri-on was assembled by the alarm,
fully 600 Indians rode out on the bluffs, within a
short distance of the Fort and dared them out to
fight, which was not accepted. The stock was
taken in precisely the acme place as that captured
from Beers & Robinson, last summer, which many
of our readers will remember. Richards had seve
ral wagons loaded with trading goccLs.which start
ed from Gallatin for the Indian country, but it was
stopped by the volunteers on the Yellowstone.
Whether af'erwards permitted to proceed we have
HATs at the Novelty Store.
How r^" Is.-"Bro. Stenhouse," of the
Ialt Lake TeLmgrap&. has been informed by "our
mutual friend" that 'the POeT man is not such a
bad customer after all," and presenfs the olive
branch ver) neatly. We ean't, however, cosoien
tiously mt our eatemporary to be beguiled in.,
smeb a tmistake as that "we only pitch into the
Mormons fr pastime." We Sght it on principle, as
a demoraliztin, barbarous institution as it is now
praetised in Utah. You have all the enlightened
world arrayed anlast you, in the same way, and,
however liberal s editor may bee he is sInning
against God and his own eoesolenme, if believing
as we do tiht the institution of Mormonem Is a foul
blot upon the Ameriean escutcheon. he does not
lend his eawrst aort to remeve it. That is our
pasiton, a with.st pema aslmhaity, we will
give the lnstitatieu the best there is In the shop
whenever ocemso oters.
HARDWARE at tt.e Novelty Store.
V.ar 8ka AtU TSr:.--The di. atl.
l-toe eSulig Iso e Desme sra matw hers i
m t 1atem, amd sne witest tause. The inaved
_-s Ma ath pimary meetiges by as emwnso
sa e then trpesa sO Ota the es oWat
ad the ml is t e Summnit pueslmet bea all
I-,vwem ti oddr Pemto. Om of the o ewa
ts. rowm the Noth ard was ns e d a -m
satire Summit detalties, with maddat,
lea Ia disgl t at the mu.m . Il whi It was at
temptea to embegr them. Thie Virgiaia eombim
tios w~ked together Lrstrate, to the total exesslos
o all Iri.h eadidatesm, eatil MeCulleugh was so.m
tateda for sahee thbroughthe sir oesos ezertss
of = r' s M ds, whn Reooorder eoing up,
MColy 'shdh Supo ew the commes sad me
ear giving to Rya; la bet, it was a tie ose at
15, with the odd veto written "Ryeasso," whebu
was throws eat, tad the net ballot Redgers was
eomlatsid. It was the worst managed Democratic
Couveties ever heid i. Madison coasty, the rino"
These is mething ike ma equal distrlbution of ..<,
and who a ring holds all of them mad only roatq
the eoes among themselves,the sise of the smash.
up eoly depends upon the numbers engaged. The
Demooracy cannot and will not swallow their own
memientionsa, and the only show of suceess is to cut
clear some of the drag, which they will proba
FREsB Confectionery at the Novelty
To WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.--We be
love it was Pauline who was so axious to know
" who sent her those beautiful lowers," and found
out to her immediate sorrow and fnal happiness.
The " andid" young man who superintends the
ma.nuboture of locals for this institution desires to
express his most profound gratitude for a very
handeeme six volume edition of Sbakspeare, from
some person or persons to him unknown at present,
baut opposed to be of the metropolis. We hope
they will consider themselves shaken and amply
repaid by the very handsome manner in which we
have acknowledged the addition to our library,
which heretofore consisted of an almanac and sev
eral unpead wash bills. Yours. truly.
THE ILLS THAT FLESH IS HEIR TO.
There is a jovial married couple residing sear this
city, who must enjoy this hot weather extensively.
The gentleman weighs 215 pounds, the Lady 22
pounds. Shades of Falstaff and Lambeth Only
think of it, 447 pounds of humanity in a small fam
ily, and the thermometor ranging up to 131 degrees
in the sun. This reminds us of a conversation said
to bhave occurred between two lusty individuals, as
they sweltered under a more easterly san. One
said, "John, what (whooh I) a glorious thing it
would be, these hot days, if one could take off their
flesh and (wbooh) sit down in their bones.' "Yes,
(wbooh !) but wouldn't it (whooh !) be still nicer
(whooh !) if one could (whooh !) punch out the mar
r twhoob I) and have a draft throfh "
NOT FOR us-The Salt Lake Telgraph
says: "It is rumored that Isaac L. Gibbs, formerly
United State. Marshal for Utah is said to have been
appointed Governor of Montana." Guess that's a
slight deviation from the locality to which Mr.
Gibbs is appointed. The California dispatches ap
point him to Idaho, in place of Goo. Ballard, and
he was confirmed previous to the adjournment
Governor Gibbs is a recent Nebraskian and a pres
*nt Republican. Governor Ballard's name is in
italics in the Tribune Almanac.
ANOTHER BIsuoP.-The Gold Hill
N~ewu says that Bishop Kelly,a Cathollo priest very
highly spoken of in Utah, Idaho and Nevada, will
probably be appointed Catholic Bishop of Montana.
The cho'oe lies between Father Kelly and another
of the Nevada Fathers. There are aspirations in
the Church as well as State.
THE FIRST DAILY.-The JIerald has
made its appearance as a daily. It is a four page,
four column paper, and, although small, presents a
very onet appearance. Robert Ji. now wields the
pencil. May he have many happy thoughts and
skill to expr. them I
OFF.-Ca. Deascey and squad of 26
men paraded bhe principal streets on Tuesday, pre
ceded by a brass band, and started the same eve
ning for the Yellowstone. They will join the de
tachment, 34 in number, belonging to this company.
and previously sent to the ield, making A company
INDEI'ENDKNT'--We are informed up
on good authority that James Brown has declared
himself an independent candidate fir Recorder of
Deer Lodge County, in opposition to Owens, the
reguL r Dlemocratic nominee.
WE (jATHERED 'ROUND H Is BEER.
The thanks of the compositor's are due to the gen
tlemanly barkeeper of the El Sol for favors received.
That ale was "niff, " Ben.
A NEw ER. has dawned upon us.
ATTEnTION!-.U. L. A. of Virginia city
Meetings, every Saturday evening. Jan. 21, tf
From Satu&rda/'s Tri- IWfekly.
'11iE NION MEETING.-TheI meeting
on Thursday evening to hear the address of Col.
A. K. McClure was a very pleasant affair, and a
highly intelligent.attentive,and numerous audience
listened to the address. A platform was erected on
Ming's corner, and the meeting was organized by
calling Judge Don L. Byam to the ohtir, who an
nounced that at the request of many of those pres
ent, Col. Sanders would address the meeting for a
few minutes and be followed by Col. McClure.
Col. Sanders was welcomed with three lusty cheers
and entertained the audience for half an hour with
one of those clear, able speeches for which he is
noted. It was a calm, temperate argument, void
of epithets or harsh invective, and abounded in
tassages of thrilling eloquence. It received the
most respeotful attention of the entire audience,and
we have the assurance of many ~aoecrats that as
an index of the manner in which i is intended to
conduct the campaign, it couid not fail to receive
the sanction of every intelligent man. The status
of the two ,parties was fairly presented, and the
principles which they submitted for the coneider
ation of the peol I of Montana were reviewed in a
manner that could not be objected to,even by those
who differed in their views of the qutestions.
I'roursiiug at an early day to give the citizens of
Virg mia a more exteudted addsess, Col. Sanders t-,
troduced, in a few deserved complimentary Sen
teuces, Col. A. K. McClure, who stepped upon the
platform and was greeted with loud applause.
i~ efacing his address by stating that he cxame be
lore the people of Mout.ina a stranger to her local
issues, with a residence of a few n eeks, and only
Iroposinug to rem-ain a few mouths, but iuter',tsrd
deeply I. her material welf.,re by the investm~et
otfhis means within her borders, hle would not
toucs upon those top:cs,er a dmtscussion of the merits
of the geut:emen who were selected as candidates
for the positions within the gift of the people ut this
'Territory. lie camle as a friend of this people,
nmaterially interested in the prosperity of Montana,
to entreat thenm as resideints of an infant Territory
to pursue that course by which alone Moatana
could hope to receive from the hands of the par
ent government that aid and protection necessary
to her tlevelopement and prosperity. lie analyzed
the Democratue platform of Montana in a dozen
words, and the product was not calculated to make
the the authors and endorsers of that conern feel
very proud of their performance. We rather in
cline to the belief that had the Democrats present,
another opportunity of adopting a platform, they
would leave out about seven or their resolutions,
and put something more consistent in their stead.
The speaker adverted to CoL anders as one whet
history was iudentitled with that of Montana, and
one fully competent to represent her needs in Con
gress. 11e mentioned several affecting passages
in the biography of Col. Cavanaugh, which he
thought should not be urged against him in this
campaign, as Mr. Cavanaugh could not prevent,
and should not be held responsible, for them.
Among these were cited his defeats in Minnesota
and Colorado, and the souring he received frum
the Democrat and Denver Gazaus. The speaker
urged the people to consider the relative positions
of Montana and the Central government; how im
potent she is to eflect is any way whatever the
policy of that government; to tuor their attention
to the developement of the boundless mineral
wealth of Montana: to act rationalr. and m n a-tn.
wenan or montana; to act rationally, and not con
demn as tyrants and revultiooists, those who re
presented the government of the United States, and
thus defy and hurl epithets at the very body they
were supplicating ur assistance; to abandon that
faction which had set to the Eastern shore a bowl
of disloalty after all else had hashed, and by the
abandonment of which, and the sending of a loyal,
earnest delegate, Most.ns would be aided in every
great enterprise as the most promising and yonag
est of all the erritories. These were the real, the
only ssues before the people,in seleotlag their dele
gate, sad it behooved them to lay aside prejudice
and take a sober, earnest view of the situation.
The speech was one worthy of the distinguished
gentleman who delivered it, and produced a most
tavoe~ble impreemeos upon his hearers It was like
that of Col.Saders',w 6from isveotive,a temperate
talk to thisking men, bet notwithstanding an
avoidane of all effort to elicit it, the utteranoes
were .igaeNety iaterrjpted by deafening meai.
festations of approval, and on its enseloeio the
speaker wse the reelpent of three hearty hboas
and atie. The Unien eoa. has as able eham
pin nd advocate ia Col. Moear, sad it is with
pleasure we state that he has eoesented to address
the people of Madison, Gallatla, Meagher. Edger
te, Der Ledge and Beaverhead, daringy the es
sun the weeks.
SMAss MY uroe.-Hon. A. K. McClure
arles as |mlste the "vmn sa Uo hn
a the Uao Twrheral Oemtee ,will, t, eaom
p with Ceioel W. P. uanders, viait sad ad
the ahtime of Metama as follows : Steritug,
Augmt 1Sth; Beasem Ca t, A 16th; GaI.
th City, August 17th A.p Aigust 19th;
Haelea August o0th; D Ott, August lst;
sad thereaer at seeo times and places as shall be
hereafter determined. Colonel McClure is one of
the mst eminently gifted of Pearrylvasia's sons,
with a astioael reputat.o sad a character above
reproach. Largely ilterested ia thequarts mining
interests of Moetasa, without persoul ends to sub
serve or selfuh aims to forward, he should be, and
will be, listened to earnestly by our people. He is
a spledid speaker and so aeeomplished gentleman,
a member of the Peoasylvana Legislature. editor.
la -chief of the FrUaklin Raeg r., Cbambersburg,
Pa., correspondest of several leading newspapers.
and his influence for the good of this Territory, is
securing it mails,p from Indians and other
aid, will long be elt abroad and gratefhlly remem
bered by our people. In his tour he will be so
eompemied by his estimable and aoeomplished
wife, sad will be weloomed everywhere with the
heartiness that characterizes our people. Colonel
Sanders, our eloquent candidate for Delegate is
too well and thvorably known to require more than
the mere annooncement of his name to call out the
citiseus re 1ns48.
PERFORMANCE.-DO you en-"
fuhs Just stand on the corner for half an hour and
notice how intensely interested the nominees have
all at once become in the welfare of their dear five
hundred friends. There has been more shaking
hands done is the last week than the previous six
months. If a voter ora voter's wife has a baby, or
a quartz ledge, or a corn, or a grasshopper reserva
tion, it is astonishing what an intense interest these
gentlemen have suddenly experienced in all that
pertains to them. The greatest bore in town can
And a deeply interested auditor on every corner,
and the greatest bummer a drink at every saloon.
We have been asked to drink several times. What
a horrible shuflicg off it is to be talked to death,
and how anxiously, night after night, will the cash
account be footed up. How tired those fasial mus
cles must become in the perpetuation ofthat eternal
eork-screw smile, and the two swollen hands will
ache so all night, and those horrible visions will
come in dreamland, where a rival carries off the
honors, and the dreamer slinks off to his old calling,
regretting that he made such a fool of himself, and
wishing he had pursued the even tenor of his way,
winning more esteem aend votes by attention to his
proper calling than by the very transpareut decep
lion so generally practiced. Well! there will be
just half of you elected-to stay at home
A WAR I'A'RTY.--From Mr. Foster,
who arrived from the Crow Creek country on Thurs- pi
day, we learn that a war party of Blackfeet, con
sisting ofa I'arge number of braves, made their ap
pearance in that section during the early part of C
the week. creating serious apprehensions among the w
inhabitants. They first made their appearance at 01
Round Grove. The citizens, few in number, hasti
ly decamped for Diamond City, but they commit
ted no depredations that we have learned of.
Leaving there, they approached Baker's Ferry, and
were at one time within one and a half miles of el
John Creighton & Co.'s herd of nearly t00 cattle. g
From thence they passed up to Indian Creek Ferry, u
and told the ferryman they were Koing over to A
Twenty-Five Yard Creek, for which they started on
the Flat Head trail. It is a little singular that a
war party, in full dress and paint, should penetrate ce
into the settlements and depart without either plun
dering or pillaging, if they are really hostile to the
whites. It naturally excited apprehension among
the settlers in that section, but we are informed not
to an extent that will cause their removal, or that w
of the immense herds being grazed on the rich bot- 0
toms along the Missouri, unless followed by more a
A ROLAND FOR AN OLIVER.-Governor R
Smith is on the stool of repentance. lie acknowl- T
edges that the compensation of natural laws is fully
as certain and much speedier, in some instances.
than the compensation by national laws of Federal
officials. While the Governor, who. by the way, is
extremely reticent on political questions in Virginia, r
was stealing a march on us here, and inflicting a V
two hours speech on the good natured Republicans az
of Helena, in an endeavor to straddle both parties a
of Montana and ride along smoothly, the two offi
cers here pressed his two horses, even greater
favorites than the Kentucky hobbies, and made a
march for the Yellowstone. It appears that the
officers only had permission to press into service
two government horses and were expressly instruc
ted not to take any private stock ; but the joke was
too good to spoil by any exhibition of anger, and se
the practical jokers will only be required to return
r1., ..,.t am
SERENADE.-After the meeting or
Thursday evening. a large party of the personal an
political friends of Colonel Sanders serenaded him
at his residenco on Idaho street. The Colonel an(
his amiable lady opened wide the hospitable door
and with song and toast, repartee and refreshments
the hours glided swiftly. Thence the party pro
ceeded to the residence of Mr. Con. Weary. be
neath whose roof-tree Colonel McClure was biding
and the stars winked with delight as the goodl3
party sung the good old songs of the Union. As a
umanitestation of personal regard. tbe event was nor
doubt gratifi ing to both the gentlemen, and is an
evidence of the interest and earnestness manuiested
in the coming election, and an aRuspiciuus omen o:
FATAL A(CCIlDENT.-rThe information
by telegraph of the death of Mr. McManus will be
read a ith profound regret by his many warni
friends in Montana. A man of generous impulses
and strong practical sense, temperate, affable and
unassuming, he was highly esteemed throughout
the entire Territory as well as in this city, where
he saert the greater portion of the last winter, and
was present at both sessions of the Legislature
tloing from here to the Salmon River mines, hý
seenis to have plassed under the influences of rad
verse fate. A few weeks since, he. in self defense,
was the cause of the death of a fellow creature, and
now he has gone out into the great unknown,
through wh. s'to ort6ls there is no return. Rebt it
TitE RtEilsONsE.-Editor Post :-Red
Mountain City sends greeting to the Republicans o:
Montana. All honor to the Convention that n,mi
nated Wilbur F. St:,derrs for l)e!egate to Congress
lOf course Red Mountain will give him a handsumnn
majority, and his election is a certainrty. .irndern
in Congress. and our Territory r-pre-sented truly,
Montana will emerge from, her detradat iou anct as
.nme her trite position as the Queen of the Territo
ries and the bullion vault of the world Three
cheers for WV. F: Sandters !
Led Mountain City, Aug. 5, 1$ti7.
IrEt Ittotrs NOTICE.-Tho first 'lguar
terly meeting of th,, M. E. Church of Virgini Cit3
Mission will be held at the Court Room on thlo en
suing Sabbath. At the conclusion of the morning
services, the Sacrament of the Dordi' Supper aill
be administered ; and at the close of tde evening
exercises the nrgartization of the Church will bs
consummated. CHAS. KING, l'astor.
ItEME-rz uiER-The adjourned meeting
of citizens called for this evening to hear the report
of the committee on resolutions. A full attendance
of all interested is desirable. Remember hour and
place-Conut Room, 6 p. m.
CONTENTS NOTED.-The Din iMocrat has
several puffs for the POST in its issue ul this mrorn
ing. Thank you, Major. We will give you all
you want of the "Code Commission, and more.
"'low aboutCavanaugh I" How do they "do things
in Kentuckvy?" Who wrte the sultib on "Capt.
ATTENTION, COMRADES !-Post No. 1
G. A. It., meets every Tuesday evening, at 81
o'clock. By order of [tfJ COMMANDE.
zriw 1n anmers. ", ..-fra"-+
I-I E NA.
From Tauedaly T'i- Weekly
ON THE SHOULDER.--Wednesday last
a fight occurred on a claim in Last Chance gulch.
about a mile and a half from town. relative to the
ownership of a horse. Without seconds or prelimn
inaries they started in to
"Gouge and bite and scratch and fight,
And tumble in the mud.
Till all the ground for yards around
Was covered with their blood."
The set-to was conducted to genuine P. R. styvle,
and was hugely enjoyed by a large number of "ye
honest miners." It may be summed up as follows :
Duration of fight, twenty minutes; appearance ol
men before the fight, healthy : after, slightly dilap
idated; colors of one, red, especially around the
mose, of the other, black. considerably tinged with
blue, particularly about the eyes. The umpires
were two bull-whackers sitting on a sluice box.
The referee was a Democratic candidate for Con
gres who decided it was a draw fight, as neither
of the belligerents adhered to the rules in such ooses
made and provided.
FORREY's 5 minute ice cream freezere
or sale at the Novelty Store.
HEAT.-For the past few days our cit
_deas have been enjoyln. a beated term. The fol
lowing observatioes, kindly thrashed us by Weti
& Pepe, drggists, Main steet, will show bow we
hav'e sa : August lt, Thureday-morning.
700; Moon, 920; evenilg, 840; an-beat. 1270; aver
age 8t3,o . 0Aegst l, Vr fray-mornag, ?; noon,
aveniog, 7SP; sam-beaS, lOs; average, ulo1.
D DarxTcr ATTORNEY.-The dlolegati
te TrrMteal Unito Coeventios b.em the Third
Judial District omped of the ounties of Ed.
SJ oa. Chatearon, and that portion c
t formerly knows as Megher county, met
before the adjormnmemt of the Couveton a pro
eaeded to nominate a District Attorney. But two
candidates were placed in nomiation, Messrs. May
and Burdiek. Twety-o-e votes were east, of
which, on the Arst ballot, Col. May receaived 15 and
Heary Burdick 6. Col. May having received a
majority of the votes cast, was declared the unani
mous nominee of the delegation. The delegates
om Edgerton and Jefferson counties, elected Mr.
K. T. MceLaughlin as Cotnoilman from the Third
UNION RATIFICATION MEETINO.-
arge and enthusiastic gathering of the Union men
this city and vicinity assembled in front of the
International Hotel, on Main street, immediately
after the adjournment of the Territorial Convention,
on Saturday eveni ng last. 8peeches were made to
the assembled thousands by Mesre. Ctaggett, Bar
bour, Munson, Pinney, May and other prominent
members of the party. Intense enthusiasm pre
vailed throughout the evening; a salute of we do
not know how many guns, was fired, and the speak
ers were applauded until hill and valley echoed
back the refrain, and rung the death knell of the
(GREEINBACKS at par at the Novelty
THEIRMOMETRICAL.-Last Sunday wag
one of the most sultry and oppressive days we have
experienced this season. The following is the
record for the past two days, as noted by Messrs.
Weir & Pope, to whom we wish to return thanks
for their courtesy in furnishing it to us: August
3d, Saturday-Morning, 600 ; noon, 90-r; evening,
75' ; maximum sunheat, 100° ; average, 735. Au
gust 4th, Sunday-Morning. 593 ; noon. 94-,; eve
mnug, 666; maximum sun-heat, 13:..; average. 79j'.
FOR THE SAKE OF HIUMAINITY.-Vte
would suggest that a movement be made by our
citizens to take into consideration the propriety of
putting a fence around the ground set apart on
Helena Hill for the burial of the dead. on one
side, claims have been ground-sluiced within a few
feet of the graves, and tor the sake of our common
humanity we trust our citizens will take the matter
MILITARY.-W-o learn that ('aptain
Mattock's Company of Montana Volunteers will
be immediately recruited to one hundred and twen
ty-five men. The Company is now encamped on
Ten Mile, but a portion will proceed in a t-w days
to open up the Muscleshell road. They take out
with them a section of artillery, and will beaccom
pan'cd by several of our prominent citizens.
CONCERT.-The complimentary con
cert to Mr. John Kelly, on last Friday evening,
was a denided success. The beauty and chivalry
of our city were out in large numbers and were
highly delighted. Mr. Kelly excells anything in
the musical line which has yet visited us, and well
sustained his high reputation.
THE following permanent officers were
elected by the Union Territorial Committee, on
Sunday last-Chairman. (leo. M. Pinney; Secre
tary, T. C. Jones; Treasurer. lenry Thompson.
A 11 the gentlemen are of Helema
JOHN How's celebrated rustic rocking
chairs for sale at the Novelty Store.
MUSICAL instruments at the Novelty
GRAND CAIICO DRESS BALL.-There
will be a calico dress ball at the Spokane House
on Wednesday evening, August 14th. A general
attendance is solicited. It
"' RELIGIOUS.-We learn that the Right
Reverend Bishop Tuttle, Episcopal Bishop of our
Territory, will visit Helena during the present
week, and will preach in the Methodist Church
tSouth, next Sunday.
THEATRICAL.-WeC learn that a star
roupe of tragedians will arrive in our city soon.
We have had nothing in the line of theatrical
amusements this season, and we really believe that
a first class company would do a goxi business.
(ittEE;NBACKs at par at the Novelty
oram Thursday's Tri- Weekly.
To FAIIMERS AND G(ENERAL DEALERt
-By reference to ouradvertising columns it will b
seen that a want long felt by our farming com
munity, has at length been supplied through th
agency of Mr. Tom. C. Powers. storage and com
mission merchant at Benton, M. T. Mr. P. is th
sole agent for Bll 's Ohio, as also the Buckey
Combined Reaper and Mower, together with al
and every kind of agricultural machinery. Hi
extensive dealings in and knowledge of this brand
of business, give him ample facilities to supply tb
demand for agricultural implements throughou
the Territory. It will be to the interest of those o
our tarmers to address Mr. Powers, whl
are desirous of supplying themselves with the rtos
approved and best patents of farming machinery
lie will shortly visit the different farming section,
of our Territory, and in the early spring establisl
branches in Helena and Virginia cities. It is hii
intention to sell so close on commission, that far
nere will be enabled to purchase without having t<
pay ruuious prices.
A RE von a friend of tie N`w Era
OFF FOR TIlE MI.SCLESC1IHEL.-Fif`tv
men of Captain Matttock's Company, M. M.. started
on la.t VWednesday morning for the Muscleshell
mines, taking with them one of the bowitzet-s.
Q'iite a numnbr of our prominent citizens ac
coinpan) ing the tr xops. Among themn. Messrs. N.
P. Langford, Professors Swallow and Kllen
s,.hmidt. T. P. Ames. (eo. W. Ware. Capt. Ilay
Andrews. Ben. Kingsbury and others, all of they,
interestod to a greater or less extent in the copper
mines of that region. It is the intention to keep
the C'ompauy j permanently stationed there, to pro
tect the mliners in developing the leads. The l'ro
fessurs goto r:p.ort on the mines ofthe St. I.,ouis &
Montana Mtitng Co.. and the country generaily.
BIEA)D the big advertisiment ,of the
I'. S. ('c tlli..I. ESI.IIt.-Vc aret pleased
to arn:ln.ll~(Ie to our Innnv patrons tfl.t the ltou. (Geo.
i;. Wright has hee:i ::i'e'Vy a.m iitted to practice law
L.fhovt- the Unittd Itates antd el other courts in the
Territory. The Major. besides being an Indian
Agent and lawyer, has also been appointed U. 8.
C,nu:lissioner for the county of C'thteati. and the
buainoss of the oflice being i.re ipartirularly wi.h
reference, to the enforcing of the United States laws.
we hay-. no doubt but that in all eases affecting thb
interests of the Indians. especially in the sale o(
intoxioating liquors to them, he will in the future,
as he has in the past. prove himself invincible in
he discharge of his duties.
SEE the big advertisemevnt of the Nov.
To AMEtIcA Fort $1.i.-Attention ie
dir, eted to the advertisement Hlo! fr A merian ! '
to be 'ound in another eoltntn. This is th** heet in
ducement that has yet been offeredt to reach the
States, in an easy and expiditious manner, and at
a price that is within the reach of all. Parties by
clubbing together. will be enable,t to ro to Omahnla
or St. Joe in their own Mackinaw, tfr the small
sum of $15.
Do you favor the New Era '
To UNION MEN.-By reference to an
other column it w ll be seen that the eloluent and
distinguished gentlemen. W. H. Claggett and C.
Barbour. will address the citizens of Gallatin. Mad
ison and Beaverhead counties, on the important
issues to be decided at the cominr election. Both
of the speakers, for eloquence, have few equals in
the Territory, and we trust the Union men of the
different sections will not fail to hear them.
BuY your goods for greenbacks at the
BOURBON AND TrrNsc..-Messrs. Hig
gins & Hlagadorn, wholesale and retail grocers, or
lMain street, are in receipt of a lI:rge and genera
assortment of everything in their line. Dealer
from the country will find it to their advantage t,
give them a call. Not the least of their stock is -
choice and particular brand of genuine old Ken
tucky Bourbon, which would make the mouth of f
connoisseur water, and throw the Local of the Ga
ertte into eostacies.
ELDORADO BAR.-Work on the above
one of the most important of our internal inmproup
meets, is being rapidly pushed to completion. A
gang of eighty men is being constantly employed
on it, and it is confidently anticipated that the un
dertaking will be completed by the first day r
October next. Capital is also steadily gaining con
Adenoe in it, the sum of $25,000 being already sub
scribed to the capital stock, in addition to the vasi
amount of labor furnished by claim holders. Tc
those wishing to invest in such enterprises no safes
opportunity is presented in the Territory.
FOURTH CouNCIL DISTRICT.-The del
egates to the Union Territorial Convention, froi
the above district, which is composed of the coon
ties of Gallati. Big Horn and Choteau,.unaimous
ly nominated A. M. Torbett, as candidate for Com
missioner. Mr. Torbett is a resident of Gallatin
Valley, one of our oldest settlers, and if elected will
be a epAble and etoier.t representative.
SCuOOL BooKs at the Novelty Store.
To TH.E STATEa- PRIO.9 "- - -
o. Huntley, with a special detail ' - apt
the volunteer force, started on W.t,. , i rn-.i. ,
vey the wagon road from IHle t" t,, .
of the Masoleshell river. It is i "a to th i'
Deed from the latter point totheE r la tD . '"
the United States prisoner. Pl a t.ri ia.
tenesd tohree years inmpriso,n.er t rat ..- K'
FIRE.-A stack of ha
from some unexplained cause. ,n on u
streets, which nOccasioned scene alarfo ,, ar 5'
of the town. N. material damage flrl t,,
TERMOMETRICAI. RECORI) rr
by Weir & Pope. Druggistes, H -ea 3 j "
5th, morning, i c; noon. lX)- ,.I
maximum, run heat, 112 ' avrace r :
6th, morning, 7,20: noon, a, , ,r
maximum sun heat, I l7 ; average, tt .
BULLION.--Of the gross antourst 5'.a
n our last as having been a.saf-l fn " .
June, in this city. the offi'e of iulM 1,'''
out 5211,463 0.
BANKEIRS stationery at I,,
From Saturdays' Tri- 1"kly
THE DEMOC:ATIC M EI-TIN-c r
Tuesday evening the Demeracv .,
on the corner of Wood and nMad:l.r 1 Is,..
lug was ostensibly for the purp.se of ,..."
Smith define his " piish." but nt r:, : . '
purpose of letting James M. Cavua :,sa
opportunity to open the campaiKc.L \t. }
berton called the meeting to order a:.l
I overnor Smith. The Gvernir, at 'i, ."
he wished it to be " posit:rely, i ,..
pihatically understood that be was a I";;,ýý, :.
never having had any afliliat,, wn -. ,
copperheadism or any otlhr of te I
of modern I)emocracy." that he ha.-i . ii ,
for and (not exactly died for but ut.
war. Ile then presented to tle audj:. e
platitudes, with which the mrir.-.t tyr .
ed, in referernce to the history ,,f t, e -
the war for the l-ast six years. th, r..
neither fish, tlesh or got red h-rr..
either good I)emoeratic or Iteiut,; "a"
lie struck the key note of his tune a
tioned "universal suffrage." rl'h.-,"
you talk of ' universal suffrage" f
and Negroes voting and In- ,a, vc,,.
they hate as much right as so n,. i,,f ,:.""
1 don't believe they han e. I ha1 e ',., - , ,
er. voted for emuancilation, anil w asi ,.. g
slaves free (tile G;overnor f ,;,,. ,, (: _,:a ,
order to get his money bak for u- e.n,
Negroes, he made, the t)hi, rir e r,,:
Ky.. to Cinciinuati, Ohio, one if the :,r,, ...
in the world, for which he recr.:,- , :,en t ."
('ongress)--Iut I do( not irant to,,,, :
For two long hours he wtriea i ar ,i,.
Not even th:e frantic etfforts if .tr ,, '. ,
assisted by various straight wh:,kt,, i ,
could raise the enthusiasm of the or
when Ilia Excllltency mentionieiird lK:e, .
ing been the national bulwark 'fury,-'. ý'
that she was assisted by sae ti., - ,,l I'.!i
onet,) against the advaucinc g w;av,.,
was the faintest cheer manifestel. )
the pounding of Cavanaugh's irai he ,i
stie*, near the door of the Inter!awtiv, , 11,..
1 the husky croak of Shober in the rear tf t "r Tr
was all the sound we heard. Fro: a .,:
anything more to say, the i,,vnrn ,r a: .,
eluded, and it was amusing to see w.:!, O:j
rity Mr. Cavanaugh ascended ;Ihe saaa,
past hour and a half the Governor jiad b,". :,;! ,±
and Mr. C.'s friends were nen!ty ..
bed asleep, so as to give theier mIa ,n
lie needed no second biddl, wi,..,,, -.:.
We have not time to pre*ent eve:. til.,
opsis of the Kentleman's Mp. e.h. a' :t, e
was a mere disclaimer of his bting t iifi,-r c,
suffrage, of his ever having tlnres oif f ,.
lar D)emocratio ticket, btt that :. -' r .
was a straight out and iout I'nioun mIn .n
gloried in having been horu in IMasich t" i , L.
cries for Sanders were here made bli !::. "
man, although a large majirity of tien a
were Republicans. declined spea~k:l.
her then adjourned the meeting by i,r,.",a rc
benediction in a mmot sep-,le-ldl t,,,. A t ,A.
made for Pembertn, bhilt in a,. ,
ideas not being popular with the errw I -
rough time of it, and at s;even o'c, .'ek ::,. -.
Democratic " fizzle'" adjnourud T.r. -,.' y"
meeting is but a slight foirermnnl-r ,of :te r. :
A LIBEI, AIILED.--'Th' Dh mlwra v
are attempting to make politi'al capt i.
fact that at their mtn'eting ,in I .* T Ial.,, r,
some partiest in the cr-wd (whi 5 w r. :: ,
pose.ed of Republicans) saw ,r; ,r to :
S~nders. No one called for the ',.: ,- '
both Gov. Stnith and Mr. Cavanainh r :
their speeches. lie. however, courte'~, -, i .:.
spjeaking as long as thoe n -,rtin" ;t.as, . :. :- .,
pices of the Demlucrats. anI im,nr d, : a:: ."
Shober, c.hairmian of the DEI'rt,-"rah, ( ,.:
mittee. got on the stanld and thitnk*.' I!..'
for their attendance, and an.,i.rLr l t, ,r 2
Calls were again made fir ('ol. . Ut Mr I: -
ton, wishing to air his lDeion."ts . r |"...:,1
atldtress the asse:nblage. 11. J ,,I
bling and incouh.r-nt manner,ant ',, t' t,:
of it was concerned we doltot ii t bUt
man himself ncw wishes hle i i r.". h -
And tla.it is the surn and slit .,nc f
'"lht men an and c'ii.P:e nlt:'. l "
the Territory. is ronly wi, thy if . 'w
whetcell it eallarlotcs. T'ie K, li," :i;i
knowI n to h'' oI any e_.'* t : '
friends. and the at'aOks , f h ....
this city, or any ofU its blicka e : I..i .. - :c ;
NEW'J QUAi'TZ E1i-\ .-A n "x' n-.
and. from the s'.:ci ientivS wi,' w ii . iL . . ""
ri:h gold-b: .Lr..ig laitrtz L I''l t r.
d:.co e ,rl dun Ti, orh fl- ,, ", .....
atboa't t.,irte. n nil s frin to is I -
tnam i the A nazou:, at:li I;a \
t, ot, the olltartt fron w.:ilh ," " " ' -
weli in ti:' pan. a 'I 1. i .. ' ", 11- . '
( n" ,lh nalln. a!ll 'i. tanI . ,^ ,9 ' , : " .
.,'w . n it .,)ne i, rr.'i ,
itl llt'i OtUt ltittc' in thL ' ,,''" : 't , I "
' . ,tt t!., \" ]1 i. r ," ',ll t"''. , ' ' r
o 1 .,srike it at al d,l'h it :
F EIl:' t I.lIY SP l)tlt . :i 1. !I ...
at the Nove' tv Sti.r .
M.U *T BE A.R 'LI).- Th r, ar
intolerabl" nuisances, rl,",t ai, [ - "" in ,
vards etc.. lh .Ated in th i
Main street. btwvee-n ltr i.t a 1
iwhich oug'ht. for ti:ep ak f sk . h
tlie cit., to he ,uin ', ' ra .
Rl hris ! .a-ys lhtre ale t,", l .. .
five separate a ld d ,'i :c: .r;,; - "
A side fro, a ' ottr ,.,,, ". . "
the I,,".r f,.ll,.ws ,, h, it -
t jshould tie .tinit w el *i ' ,
to have the lnli 'i , ;L ,i.te'l . t
lornis ui that u':. i s :h, ta" a
matter in hanli ate .t,;! di so : t"'
NEWV AtII.AN;\l:llN1ý.- ,
TW hite. the p ,op lar nil ettrl: . .
the Marniai,th Lagsr ilrter S,
billiard hall. hail sueiitur,l tih .-.:
tilg,yuished \iolinil st, Mr I,hnlt K' '
forth nightly entertain the hai ii ' '
illace of resort. Mr. Wlite ,hn
manner in which lie eionu ,lr, I - ":'
stops at no expense to turni,.h t to .,
establishment music of a i.g;; or e , ' ,
m ,,ve will uulih btedl he ,i , +
rootn is nov undter the imiline 't r ti '
that always happiy and gen:ti' '
I Captain Datn buck, whoi, t.rs .
and visitors may feel as-uredl th '
will be extended t t them.
NOTICE.-The regular n+ t n
evening at hi.lf-past i: ,.h,.k l -
EI)WAIIDns & BI.AKEx N, ý.:;'it
street, are closing out regar,..' .. :
stook of grocer:es; a]i, . rf r I r
23 feet fr,ut iy lIX) feet ide.- . i ' , ' ",'
AN OUTRAGE ON TIFE PIll i "
ty tholusand dollars wan;tedl f.wr iri , in !:': i
andl Fule at the Powdier Agi'"n( "l"
Fl~tE' Flab! F'tmt"
Powder and Fuse of all kin, a
t'e.'s, Powder Agents antd Gru, :'r.
(*ET your Powduer of tl l t
II. D. Booge & Co., Ag'n:s :
On the 6:b of Augustit j7 k
Ierhead county, by S. fi. JAkN flr +`;
Baurrett. of 1I(orre 1' ririje kun'h Ir .e:uý : >
i tM T., to Alice FC. ,oo i
In Virginia (Ci:y, on r cur d it) tI t .
C. Farwe~ll, Escl . a sn. o te k 1:
In Nevada. on the 4.1 i1S tie
Fisber, a dgiltyter.