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S,, Fatal T.ernmlition--A Pletur of the
The reporter of the Cleveland Herald
• the tollowing account of the final
a ad sickaning terminaiop of the
tal combat on Fightl.g Island be
n [)avis and Gallagher, of that city :
F,.vy ifth-" Time!" says the time
r "" Time! " hoarsely bawl fifty
who are deeply interested in the pro
ig. " Time." is repeated by the
god. and the men come forth ; Oalla
wir without a scratch, vamfdent of vie
,-freshl a new young horse, with
tr encouragement from his seconds
*nd oitsidera-but how is it with Mr.
vis . lie is blind in one eye, his hands
", ibark d and swollen, hishead looks
e that of an immense ball dog after a
errific fight, and his legs, though some
Will not agree with this statement, were
_ ,rogry he could scarcely retain his
feet after alittle exertion. But he came
rite a thunderbolt from his corner, with
.., - tamfied uto)n his eace: with the
osirit of a demon or maniac raging in his
, n ,. with froth and blood streaming
om his mouth and the fire of revenge
ahshing frum his eye. Blinded by his
,~n !lood, and recklesly indifferent
b~,,t h:is own safety, he approached the
,v. a f,.artul picture of wrath adorn
inc ii- hastly cuts and bloody mug.
i !,,hr chrank before the demon-!ike
;.,. e and backed from the scratch to
S:- c(,,r'r. but escape was impossible.
Davis did not stop, or even hesitate on
t, scratch, but, with clenched fists,
stri ",n. caught Gallagher in the cor
..,n ni ,:s*lt him a blow with the right
ar,n the left under jaw and neck, on the
jL;:r v,-in, dropping him senseless and
lap;,ar.Intly liteless upon the turf.
T,,- blood and brutality of the other
;, ty fur rounds combined could scarce
1v lave cr:'ated the sensation occasioned
ti 1i)i blow. ' He is dead I!' "You
.v- k.,'.d him ' Ain't this a terri
!," at sir '" and similar sentiments pass
- ":,, ipa' lii's of those who had some
:.::: about going to prize fights.
I il.vter want to see another' " was a
Com!u n remark, and more than one
" resiectable " man who had gone thith
er " to see the fight.'" began anxiously to
conslier what kind of a figure he would
(utit wh,11n pblading to an indictment as
an aecessory, aiding and abetting in a
murder. We know of some such who
promIptly determined not to leave the
il;an ! with the crowd t.n the steamer,
but to ,-cape in some other way, hopingf
there. v O aRvotIt (JCLCCiOn anti arrest.
Th,-ir reliet may be imagined when Gal
laghtr revived. A physician who chanced
to l1e there,. whether professionally or
acr.,, entaily, we know not, took charge
o! tie body and used the necessary re
susc'i:ating remedies, bringing the (dead
to life, in titteen minutes. Signs of life
a weak pulse and the beating of the
heart-were visible soon after the fall,
but until the man was able to move his
own limbs-fifteen minutes later-the
death alarm did not leave the crowd.
Davis, meanwhile, was being clothed
and taken to the boat.
W\hen .iallagher !?covered the use of
his speech lie uttered a few incoherent
cries, such as " Where am I ?" " What
am I ' " VWho am I " " Who is fight
ing? . "WVhat is this? " "How did I
core- here ? " The ring had been removed
and all were ready to re-embark long
betor hlie was able to be moved. After
,recovteri rng his senses sufficiently to faint
'y comprehend the situation, his ambi
tious and proud pugilistic spirit was bro
ken because " an accident " had thrown
the victory into the hands of another,
and he cried like a child over the unfor
tunate result. Having gone into the
ring to "whip the man or die in the
ring," and being confident ot an easy
victory towards the close, it is not re
markable that he found relief for an
overb~urdiened spirit in a flood of tears.
Ac(''oot[Nt to The Washington corres
pondence ot the New York Post, the L
President's views regarding the removal ti
of Mr. Stanton are as follows: tl
Whoever shall take the place will re- n
ceive the appointment outright as Ste
retarv of WVar, vice E. M. Stanton, re
,lovwed, for it is the purpose of Mr. John
son to make an absolute removal of Mr.
Stanton, under the law as it existed prior
to the passage ot the tenure of office bill,
which is to be held unconstitutional, In
this opinion Mr. Stanton concurred when
the bill was passed, and himself pre
pared part of the veto meet*we denying 1
the power of Congresa to pass such an
act. The removal of Stanton having
been accomplished i~ the manner indi
eated, the Presidebt will simply send his
message to the Senate nominating A. B.
to be Secretary of War. By this it Is
expecttd, in case the nomination is re
jected, that possibly Mr. Stanton may
be reinstated, but being out of otfioe, Ire
will be compelled to seek a legal reme
dy by mandamus or any other mode
pointed out by law. This will bring the
question as to the constitutionality of
t!,ht Tenure of Office Act before the Sn
prme Court of the United 'tates for
adj udication, and by its decidon the right
ot Stanton to hold the odtce will be de
cided. Under the old law the Executive
had power to suspend or remove and the
suspension of Stanton was adopted for
the time being out of attundant caatot, ,
in order that the act inight also be with
in the terms of the Tenure of Office tril',
but it was in the first instance the gar
pose of the Presdeent to make as abso
lute removal ot Mr. Stanton, eaomer or
The followeing. related by Sa eye wit
ness. was ltayed on one of tim girls in a
shoe manufattory: The inaocent sub
ject of our story, with the usual femi
nine weakness, was-givcis to wearing a
large chignon. Oh theAay in question,
o~e of the hands proct-ed a large yellow
label from one of the packages of thread
m. t.,,l "WLaritifd 50 lbs.;" she cov
ered it Well writh iast., and jest about
". uittin' time," under the pretence of
adjusting her oabrade's hat, pasted the I
label on her chignon. The econsucious 1
victim parre to Eighth street, and ap
Ridge Avenue, to the immense amuse
meat of 1 who saw her. She could not
conceive what they were laughitg at,
and t.eed around several times to see,
bat ti to no purpose, for she " outldn't
eelt," and was not aware uatil her ar
' rival at homer when it was dlmovelrd
'by one of the members of the family.
and after a hearty laugh, the label, ulner
some littl 'tiouble--for the paste be
become dry--we removed end exhibAtd
to her a9 game, when her feel
ings natht w imagined.
The new. and as we beliyen, .eph I
town of Cheyenne Is. .mbiteas. It
wants to bosome a Cpitalma4 la e
to ebt isis was hRava.aTersi . It
is sitmaad ahet two afleas the
north line of Cdorade, tooe ae the
southern edge of Wysida to behaess
the capitalof that Territory Sewduig to
its present boundatse.
The voters of Cheyease asve held an
election and chosen a del- ate to Coa
gren. This delegate will seo all dill
gence in getting a degree of latitude cut
trom the northern part of Colorado and
attached to Wyoming. In thiseart the
Cheyenne delegate will be add by
General Dodge, Chief Engineer of the
U. P. R. L., who i s member of Coa
res from Iowa. I may also be epec
ted that the whole inluence of the U.
P. R. R. Co., will be given to enbct this
desired purpose, as Cheyenne is one of
their railroad towns and such a division
of our Territory would tend in time to
give their particular road no small share
of our trade.
As will readily be seen Colorado can
not bear such a division, and it is also
plainly perceptible that we have oppo
nents of no mean abilities to contend
with. In order to prevent thisdsastromus
measure, let our delegate in Congress
and the people of Colorado be warned in
season. -Colorado Miner.
From Poverty to Weamlth.
The Decatur, Ill., Chronide has the
Many a princely fortune is wrought
out by romancists and sensation writers
now-a-days, but the following is not of
that character. We have the authority
of one who is perfectly reliable for ma
king the statement. About a year ago
a Frenchman of great wealth died in his
native country. His fortune was mostly
in gold at the timeof l.ie death, and was
computed at $6,000,000. Some years ago
a brother of the deceased came over to
the new world and married. When the
war broke out he enrolled his name in
Uncle Sam's big book and went forth to
battle for union and liberty, and finally
yielded up his life t" r his country's weal.
At the time of his death he was possessed
of but little of this world's goods, so
that his widow-Mrs. Abigal Hill, of
Warren county, Illinois-was left to toil
on alone under very adverse circum
stances. And so she has lived and grap
pled with want, till recently she received
intelligence of the death of her rich
brother-in-law, whereby she comes into
pos ession of $1,200,000, "all in gold,"
she being one of the five heirs to the
M INERAL PRoDUCT.- From the conm
niencement of the Christian Era to the
discovery of America, it is estimated that
gold had been taken from the surface
and mined to the amount of $3,800,000,
000; from that date to the close of 1842,
$2.800,000.000; to 1860, Russia adds
$746,000,000, and California and Austra
lia $2,000,000,000 more. The annual
average product of gold at the com
mencement of the Christian Era is esti
mated at $8,000,000; at the discovery of
America, this product had diminished to
$100,000; in 1000 it had increased to
$2,000,000; in 1700, to $5,000,000, in
1800, to $15,000,000; in 1843. to $84,000,
000; in 1850, to $38,000,000; in 1853, to
$236.000,000; there was a subsequent
falling offso that in 1800 the product was
only $210,000,000. The average annual
loss by the wear of coin is estimated at
one tenth of one per cent. The loss by
consumption in the arts and by fire and
shipwreck is calcula·td at from one mil
lion to three millions per year. Iti not
claimed that these estimates are entirely
correct; they are approximately so, no
doubt.-Journal of 7Mining.
Marriage of a Lomu lle1 ]elile.
Fitteen years ago, says the Louisville
Democrat, "Belle Key" was the toast of
the West. She was there reigning star,
the queenly beauty, made up of loveli
"Of all her aer.'Ie sex the .eemhso paragon."
Stt mboats and stage coaches were
named after her. She was courted and
feted, and finally married Jamts W.
Hewett, a native af this city, but then a
resident of New Orleans. In the bar
Mr. H. became a Major of the 2d Ken
tucky (Confederate) and while Colonel
was killed at the battle of Chicacaur-..
His widow has since been sojonr.ing
abroad. We have now the follh*ing
intelligence concerning the lady from
the Paris correspondent otf the Ialtimore
i'..wt m. .
"More recently the hbesutiul Mrs.
1ewitt of Louisiana,a given her hand
to a Polish gentlemts, a citizen of New
York, tempbrarilyv Vlding in Paris. The
marriage was ce htbated in the Ameri
can ehmbasay, end afterwards at the
Chapel M zrtbeaut, from whence the
bridal party, with their friends adjourn
ed to dejen'as, at their handsome new
apartma eas in the Champs Elysees.
'u r AIVRa.-The Mountaineer arriv
ed yesterday from Fort Randall. From
a poeeenger who came down on her from
Ktea~ City, and who left the Huntsville
at that point, we glean some particulars
-of the latter's trip. The Huntsville met
the Amelia Poe eighteen miles above
New Fort Sally; lay all day at Farm
island with Lady (race on account of
high winds; Amaranth lay up two miles
below; met Deer Lodge at Fort Thomp
son. The Huntsville has on 100 pasn
gers and $175,000 in treasure. She k-s
the Gallatin's trip. She will probably
be down in a day or two. The Mefs
taineer reports that the Zephyr and (n
perial will hardly get down this som..
The latter is drawing r7 itbdes~ 'water
and there is only sixteen ianhes below
her.--.. Joe Inion, Oct 1S.
IT 1. not often that tie, ew York
ltwhu relams its digba sufidently
to md u aWi is um$ie s$ h legs in
a an; When tfldee, w ,r it is sure
to p t off OPmetb 1Mt. Its descrip
tion of a recas t t of the Arab jar·
glews and acrohe*SIwe the o'sc of thM
paper qiseOge Nits Bumythe'u httpp&
The Arabs ~ilted the oi*CM
Teem sad qfles on Wedaesday. bl
SotW o atebd thir:h baadt *a
bq ib v of their feet be' a-ed as
ink stand! fast the 'f ywas
dedised wi b sºI~s ' E& 1(ira~
to the toprr+ ts l or tbty 'nod
ded 16t 4tuLýw.i .r (ktb-tebt
Irk ~ C~~U'kISG
G roeecr es,
Boots and Shoaes,
Mmay dvaasad an mem aadia, aed good. aroed
in aLre-pvoof waaboow.
W124* IKING & GILLETT.
Warren Hunsy, IDrank Palmer, L Dsbk.
ath Lake Chy. I Dsmver.IVYrgla Cky
WARREN RUSSEY & CO.,
Denver and Cenaral CVty, (JoSordo Ter.,
RUSSET, DANELER & CO.,:
&,Lg Lake (UiCy. Utah;
Virgsnia (Uly and MeeleE, !M. T.,
13 4k N K~ E 11 ,
AND DEALERS IN
DRAiv EXCHANG3 ON
On All Parts3.e Eur*pe.
SColleetions promptly atteded to.
Virginias City, July 4th. 18L 123'
TomI C. Lower,
FORT BENTON, MONTANA,
Storage & Commission
iberal Advances wads on onsignments
AkLo, Agent and de.ler tI
Agricultural Implements !
of the latst sad most improved ptente.
ang and everyother kind of
Threh4.s# r.PIaen i e,
LtgM ,Var*cS "W.17.m
Hvivag the'edd e agemoy for he above fmtm
ilo i'knaU *d 4beig lkmlit with the rigtt
kind f umy r the Tertory. I will only impor
wht b needl, sad will warmawi to sel lowr tb1
say vam etos.
Fmr Greem sad Pries C'ret., Addrem
TOhE 4. VOWE ,
Foreut fcuI, U. T.
W-I. J.hr d.a .d. by the PgbtiuJ.. at
Madi.'. . y,. T. U p·m.. kuolag thaU
selven laa .ad to .ae ebten wifl make egIn
to -.. sad pamesM lam shame mgafawaa
eatote an epw. to peinat the -ý aseamiiug
to n. w. DJCRUOND.
1%oW~l 3. d~erI
i. ie a.. I V. ?S%
p~embterim & Tl~,
ATTORNEYS-A T-LA W~
ltvn6 - - - - ,Y I EL
as ak1[! Up.
Oiý h·Fr a bmSbY
DEALER.. IN F ,LOUR,
f Large and Veil 4aer~ *Sock o!.stamly
F aq 6icnIitL
Coutamtlj ea Lhad, mdaolid at lowest mahe
The " Miners' Store," Yet
Remember the Place !
Corner of Idaho and Jlack.. &rtet.,
VIIWImiA CITY, . T.,
1. U. CUEAPIN, - - - Proprletor.
Tils8 well-know Hotel has been thoroughly
rrepaired and renovated in all its departments.
A FIRST-CA&88 TABLE
will be maintained, regardless of expense, and wil
be furnished with the eboioset vtauds the market
aotrds The comfort and eonvdaienee of boarders
sad visft.n will be earethlly attended to. Cneetul
sad trustworuy wasters In esetmmat attemdanee on
the guests. 17 *
(Socceesor to T. J. Cowan,)
WILL LEAVE VIRGINIA CITY EVERY
MONDAY MORNLNG, FOR
Bter'n , Willow Oreek, Gallatin Oity,
S a tore, Paruons' Ranch, Middle
creek, Beoman Oity, and Ek Grove.
Will, after June lIt, carry passengers and bag
gae, Ac., and after July let, the U. 8. Mail.
- close attention to business, the proprie
tor hopes to merit the conidence and ptron
age of tre public.
-rOmce at J. M. Knight's, Wallace Et.
JAMES F. FORMAN, Pro'r
May 8, 1867. 142ti
JNO. . SLATE,,
COWUNWLLUO AT LAW,
and NOTARY PUBLIC.
Will atteed promptly to all budness o.f a legal
etar, take depoettoes, administer sitbh, ete., etc.
Immrediate attention IRve. to the collectiao
at el ims a .t the United States. eeeoiJly
oc as may under the recent act of Longre-s
equalising bounties. Omce over the store of Geo.
. Sboup. corner Wallace and Jackson streets,
Virginia city, M. T. 136"
LEA. F. MARBSTON,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
COr. of Jackso 4 FWalce s.. Vbrisw C*. , N. T.
CONSTANTLY keeps em hand, and makesto or
der, from Native Gold, all the latest st*le of
C- Particular attention paid to reparing Watches.
A. ~C~4IXivE F E., Prop'r.
IN returning my thanks for past patronate, I
would respectfully inform the publio that 1 keep
constantly on hand the best quality of
for sale as heretofore in quantites to suit oasmers.
I have also reftted and refurnished my
. NEVADA BALOON AND BAKERY,
Where can alwa vs be had the best quality of Bee
assorted Iquo's, Cigars, Bread, Pees,,a e, etc.
wl5Ia-164 A. S8HEFI'LER.
JOHN B. FULLER,
4? DEY STREET, New York City,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
PORTABLE & STATIONARY
From 2 to 250 Horse Powers
Most pprov·d Cireulbr and Upright Saw Mnlls,
Grist Mills, suar Mills, sad all klads of Muain
and Pleatatiom meaerhiry o band and botlt to
igi' Shating, Pulles, Leatber and Rubb.r
eltin g. and all kinds of Iron rla Wood-worklng
SMaobiry and Railway mupplis s staore,
ippl at the lowatrate.
J. H. MINM,
kCre.t et ,,rJocuw fi Wallmac 31
W aai Retil Grocer.
;Ad demler tn
TOBAMO, 'C6eAtS A 11W $STATIONERY.
ALSO, A NINE SSLXCTTO1
Aissrora: '0036 AID TOYTS.
DWIkbI. O Hoflmy pi..
leerL odge City, ~..T
an lP - .- - - hrptr,
A en% a ame rS a J ýw
14 ( ~h, m. o 7 tn.,
r.: ýt. wmml *
" t4.,I - •i .
H.AVING REMOVED to the large Store, three
doorse below Contenta Ci.er we have open
ed eat as tieamsee stook of OmeyA & Co.'s well
BOOTS AND SHOES I
a pries of our owe make of goods; sad have the
.ip Mining Boots at - SS.00
Kip lilnag Boots at - 7.00
Long Leg rain Boots at 6.00
Double Mole Calf Boots at 7.00
Double Sole Kip Boots at 6.00
The La ies',
Children. sad aine.'
Is suppled w1h a stork amequsaed is the s ua
talus for quality and ~arrety.
Haywari's Doubl Sole Rubber Boots
Lestber and, FPldings I
D. H. WESTON.
Vir.gies City, . T.. July, 1867. (iy23t1)
Danoe, Stuart & Qo,
Wholsa.le ad Retail Daelrs in
GA OCERI ES,
Wines and Liquors.
Deer Lodge Oity, (COttonwood) Montana
HTAVE on bad a large and well-weorted stock
Sof staple sad
Consisting In part of
8hery W$ ý , Gi
Bar Fixtures, Tobaooo.
Segart * d Pipes
abornia Mining Tools
OLOTHIIG, HATS, AND 1OA
Harness and Leather.
we wilines. be In reeu$ et a eoadgaeit .t
BITTER ROOT FLOUR,
Whleh is d b 0 bwaJy wgod tbeOrWS
k.wmuh we wiWsS s"pi ieS fitwil
Woolbok Pemberton &ToeL
AM AwAM' Q
iý au O~NW 410
ti. W. FUAXY,
Wilbur F. flamim, -
If Sh aIa q LMw. 1
"1lD asO )IA au , No. s ~r~
B tio. a dtoto the s faotý s of 0Mt .s
bost . Keeps tly a Land a large stoc of
~b~Lli·~;~ qLIU·JL;n 1
lo by ai loaf i US
..tom or at CSty u~r s1._.
~~ CBU.I C .pp~(te Gu.. Os.', Wel
Jaim s H. WI11ams,
Y'Oll., DrW4M sweet, B·I.4 ,Cwat-- T~r
Helena, - - - - Montana 7brritory,
G. JUmS GERMAUI. Proprietwr.t 1
Walia Walla Restaurant
.AT, anadc 2FI:C te'P,
Main St., Helena.
ons. APPOLONIO, Propruetor.
T 18 beet the Market afords and the sea
on furnishes, dished up to guests at
ALL HOURS during day or night. dl-tf
Thos. Hoopes, Louis Hoope
HOOPES & BRO.
Wholesale and Retail
WALLAOE ST. VIRGINIA M T.
AND CONSISTING IN PART OF
Eac rcT Ie !
Farming Implements of all kinds,
Boot arnd l hoes,
MINERS' TOOLS, Etc.
Which we offer to the public at'ree
A long residence in this and other
mining countries, enabled us to make
such a selection of articles and material
as cannot fail to meet the wishes of the
Call and Examine
FOR YOURSELVES, [jy20
7WAT ER PIPIES,
And all kinds of Brass a.d Irom Fittlags, Tools,
&e., for Stesm and Gas Fitter's use.
The best and largest sasortmeft in the city,
ad at greatly redued price. e. for Prie LLst.
sd J. B. FULLER,
47 Dey 5tret,. New York City.
C AMXE to our ranch, Oct. 15, 1867, on brows
Smre mule; branded on left hip, L B. Any om
olsiming, provitg propesty sad paying charges
o hn ave the sam,
CRAS. ST. CLA1R, aCO.
Oetober 3. 1867. w1664t
ALw pern..sknowing themsies indebted
m is any sw u3, are hereby respetflly r
que ,d tol..l-sW. L. M-Mat, -.. of Virgin
Ci'y, w s atherlaai to as a my anorney, as
m oe immodis M .asTees.s l Oted b . . '. tro_
bi and oas. WILLIAM n u. BRNE..,'
JturcTo CZTr. M. T.. 0oet8s , 186716