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gING l O, . o WILE. a LLS.
jing out. wild bells, to the wild sky,
the flying cloud, the frosty light;
The year is dying in the might;
Ring out, wild bells, and let him die.
jig out the old, ring in the new,
Ring, hbppy bells, across the snow;
The yeari going, let him go :
piag out the false, ring in the trne.
xi7 out the grief thatsaps the mind,
For those that here we see no more;
inig out the feud of rich and poor,
Ki,; in redress to all mankind.
F.::: out a slowly dying cause,
.nd at.ci-nt forms of party strife;
Rinc in the nobler modes of life,
With -weeter msanters, purer laws.
-ior out the want, the care, the sin,
lie faithL's coldness of the times.
h:Ig out.ring out my mournful rhymes,
'ct rig the fuller minstrel in.
1:· r l':1' p: e .' in 1: ce and blood,
i. .' c anlle er and the spite ;
i :, th. lov, of truth and right,
t ot::,on love of oold.
.: t ,l -hnpe of foul di-ease,
;. at the narrowing lust of gold;
ut the thous::wli wars of old,
t'li -:aol y 5art of p-ace.
.. . i:::t :anu and free.
• .. . tL. ki::.llhor hand:
)O tC. . .:ikness of the laund,
.. C .r t that i- to be.
Trip Doruu tihe MIiasouri River.
SIn- c.'t ()istrit tAttnrne v
v.. r e 'rlnit ted to publisha
a :.Itt"r wri:!ý"n tr')m Fort
1 M -ouri rivvr, by Mr. J.
:t . 1 i. I.s a' 1partntr. It
nnxie: ' td Ct in regardI
he hassonrt.rs of tie 1111
NO ,(- .e' r w tif i-,.r."_ ._itions. I
i3-n' it r, a iiiaeki
t the' tnt t. lI I.OVing,
:tbar. t t .t Ygrounad.
" ;! :- -_! anti wlhs Tie she
t 1. 1''t. p'ert 1ntorti is at
t hi -ltt)e. 'There
r: : .>r.1, calnin and
ritrr, and a oh
1)I." Lavt '
t .. t h n
:i ur ::tint 1.arty
ii'i " rittci..t,I bi~n s) sud
It ~ i, Uifli t,)
It A~t -. , ii nh att~r
. . a'. ,.0.L7 g io . 'l hunting,
the i ..'ence of tlr,." ,lees.rted
:. w, laid a trap to kill and rob
in i' w ii I tl rtunatelv ,xtri'ated
:unI a wagon back from the
..l.,. I ,me provisions for
., y a- ing to come with one
i:. . n d, own here, (Fort Buford) by
Slhn0-s. to buy him a horse,
: i. an. ri iie, -ad various otherarti
:! r I an ah¾ ad of the boat, corn
, . - , r " 1 with the sutler.
'",: .,,, >'t .,:I shl41 *rs here, in
'rv , ir !,,. '.,a to do very little
'):,:v ~-.t-r.laviy a band of Indians
!:: . ii.in' two mii- of the fort and
: I:i . d,;red!ati,,IO s. and ( 'ol. Rankin
nt. Cartc tim:. N.arly every
!.tr7 has ,rlirie 'titv in getting
_ .:r. f -'..r'v, the r.un5est of
. .. L.:r, on nw mai! rid'er
. c. ::. :.. w i a blt let hole in his
S i: .. d r. It h::s been very
S n,' " to c," t ( ac' i.,n of p1en
'. .t;."r n ,-o i l.,sit in under such
,i ,t,--'cn~!tantly growling and
,a'rinrn. particuilariy as they would
t.o -- ,out (on the muddy bars. in
t,, r.in :(,:cen. and pull on the rope to
: h,, boat off Not being in much of
hlrrv I have rather enjoyed the trip.
,uis Mliller and Jack Napton are well.
'ar and ('harley Volbracht are aboard :
s tlhat man who peddled beet for
ali. and 1Mesldlay, and Claggett and
nily. ('laggett, like myself, has been
unting all the time nearly."-Deer
, , Itcalbop,.ndent.
IT was stated by telegraph not Iceg
Ice that a colored speaker had said
at b -fore his child ren should starve,
iclimond should run knee deep in
,*l."' and that he ' thanked (od that
" n., gro. had learned to use arms."
a - ird to, the Di.patch the speaker
Wis Lain lry-says :
I n .ver made any such declarations or
're any such advice to my fellow citi
Sa. nor do I believe the advice you
ave given them this day (by indirec
on as coming from me is proper for
iem to heed. What I did say was,
that the Examiner said tiat the streets
Richmond would flow with blood, and
at if the issue must come to maintain
r rights, we must meet the issue forced
n us." Your papers reported me as
:ng similar language and giving eim
r advice in my W'arrentn speech on
O 15th of July, when the Warrenton
"e Flug (one of your own papers)
,prts: "* We confea to having been
'**eably disappointed. We were us
pared for the general moderation of
S-i..\ws and the sound, good. practical
ricV which he gave. We believe in
ocerity for their future conduct and
''ernment." I intend that my teach
z and advice shall always merit such
)i:nandation, whether I receive it or
)t After your notice of this morning,
ige that you will do me the jitice to
blih this in your i.sse to-morrow.'
I Hi) CAN VA rs.L-As the es'rage
estij,n is now so generally diu.aeud,
Sopy the following from one o o or
In Maine, every male citiseo; New
a:.e.lire, every male inhabitant; Ver
'rt, -very man; Masmehuacest, every
Le citizen; Rhode I.land, eda e U
: C'onnecuicut, Indiana, I.b-.-
riCuri, Iowa, New Jersey, Ohbo,C ( -
rnia. Oregon, Nevada, Westr
niaa Hery white male itisen; New
k. every male dc&ien--~t eod
Smen are required to own w~Or-k
real eea.te; Pennsylvania, eveýy Wib
; Wiconin, SevWr male
every maiipews i,
_ white male adult; whe~ e, Se T
Swhite male citias; T,.,***= ,,r_
white man, form.ely, bet .. -
vote. In thu gO w - o
i- trhe war, sad t*rbl a ~
e allowed to vote sand hla .
e- Wyas --- AK Or
He who tfIls a l. is not ssib--lt
greet a task he saertabs dr he m i
be forced to tell twenty more to atais
Virtue is a reek, frem whiek re
bound all the arrows sho t against i.
Wrong is but falsehood put in practiee.
An idle reason lessens the weight of
the good ones you gave before.--[.wif
Education is the cheap defense of na
Talkative men seldom read. This is
among the few truths which appear the
more strange the more we reflect upon
them. For what is reading but silent
Give your son a trade and you do more
for him than by giving him a fortune.
The greatest friend of truth is time
her greatest enemy prejudice, and her
constant companion is humility.-[Col
Costly apparatus and splendid cabinets
have no power to makqe scholars.
Books are the depository of everything
tha. is most honorable to man.-[Good
IThere is a comfort in the strength of
love. *Trwill maike a thing endurable
which else would overset the brain or
break the heart.-[ \ordsworth.
Agriculture is the most useful, the
most healthful and most nob'e employ
ment of man.-[ Washington.
One halt of mankind are not born with
saddles on th'-ir hacks to be ridden by
the other hall.--[Jeffers:n.
I would rather my daughter should
have a man without money than money
without the man.-['l'hemistocles.
Ignorance is the curse of God; knowl
edAgre the wings whl.rewith wetly to hiea
Snccess in lii> de;n.ads upon the heroic
s..!f with which on - sets out in lite.
The history of the world tells us that
immoral means will never interrupt good
Wit will never make a rich man, but
there a:,' plact s where riches wiil always
make a wit.-[.Johnon
It is more eavy to l,e wise for others
than for ourselves.-[La Rochefoucauld.
('en'tire is the tax a man pays to the
public for being enlinent.--[Swilt.
iIe is a tool who will not yield to rea
s ,n -["hakspe.Ar. b
Castles are proud tiiugs, but 'tis bast
to be outside of them.--[EmIerson.
PIli;RE S oF NO.ZITHWE.TrFRN PorP
ATTroNx.-There is some-thing almost be
wil-lering in the rapid growth of the
States in the valley of the Upper Missis
sippi. A census of Iowa just com)pleted,
shows a total population of 902,040 in
habitants, against 754,699 in 1865, and
6;4.980 in 1860. In 1850 Iowa had only
192,216 inhabitants. At the close of the
present decade she will have upwards
of a million. In 18.50 Wisconsin had
:303.T:91 in 1880, 776i, 871; and by 1870
hcr population will be over a million.
Illinois, with 851.470 in 15)0, and 1,711,
$851 in 186(0, is still growing almost as
rapidly as ever, and will be, in 1870, one
of four or live Sta'ets in the Union hav
ing over two millions each. Nor is the
growth of Minnesota less remarkable
than that of any of her sister States. In
1850 "hib State was a wilderness, con
tminirg only about 6,000 inhabitants,
cluste-ed in two or three settlements at
or near St. Panl. Ten years later we
had a population of 172,023; and in 1"66,
it had increased to 248.848. We have
now in Minnesota a resident population
of probably not less than 350,000, which
will he swelled to about a halfa million
in 1870, when the next national census
will be taken.
They had an Art Lottery in Salt Lake
City the other day. Col. Lewis drew
the principal prize with the last ticket.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT
EIs smlet cure for diseases of the
Bladder, K.idn. rys, Gravel, Dr opy,
Orgaic Weaknes, Femnal Copain.
and all diseases of the
whetb.r existing in
Male or Female.
em whatever caus originattfg andd no ma~tet et
Howo Long Ba.ding.
Diseases of these organs require the us, of a die
retie. If me treateust is mbmitted to, CosempJio
or Ineasity may sene. Our Flesh and Bloed a
supported from these soares and the
Health and Happiness,
and tht ofI Psterty dqped upos prompt ene of a
Helmbold's Extract Buctu,
Estabtbed upwaes of eightee years, prepared
.L T. El.MUo E, D ist
S leedmway. New York. and 18 8esth-Toeu
-W iS. PhiladslpbIL Pa. ap-l-tw&
HEJLMWOLW CT 0.ONCER ATE KTILCT
Ib te Gunt Dteast
neisbold' Ce.eeatratsd ExiaM. saparf
Is O. Gr. Bamd Puites.
Dot are pepaeu d eed ig to rutles eVrr .s
ey and Chmtry, sad ae ths maet sve d hs -e
SWISS STOMACH BITTERS
The bot Papiler o the B.t3 I
SA plemnst Toa~ I
SA very *agebl Drtk tI
Searr Inl'P . .e d ti b i-t
I p, --Ld at an .wa s -re mew" k1
* 4 , dr*W *e, d Msoeryw ases.
4IT *w a" "o
413 tar tI, amL a is·e .
ashe sed hee o w- ho
Op." w. LTO5N400
Coy. Wallace and 3aobok Su.,
VTirginia Ccity, M. I.
Stationery and Blank Books,
EN V ELOPEI 0 ' S!
f tevery size ard kind.
Pooket and Memoranda Books
Arald's Writing Fltid,
Pens Pencils, Inkitanda,
wr., i r., n' .,
Eming and Law Blanks,
• 'L ' •~
.f--. ~; ·. . rF-V. -C.. .,L,, '
rOOT LI, L. AC & CO,
Are now Receiving and'Open
ing the first instalment
OF STAPLE AND
CARPETS, QUEENS VARE,
Yanee loton s!D
LADIES' AND GENTS'
alts ad Cap!
W ich they offer to the trade at a
great reduction In prices, and are deter
miaed to meet the want of the country.
OUR STO CK
Embraoes the largest variety tf the best
and meet fashionable goods ever brought
to Montana, and all boaght from first
hands. We can and will
Give us a call before purchasing and ex
amine tor yourselves.
Masonic Temple Biuildivug.
VIRGINIA, MONTAN .
JOPMIH OIlFFI-ru. WILIAx T"Iall rso!I.
GRIFFITH & THOMPSON
IN ALl, KIXD OP
SASH AND BLINDS,
BUILDING MA TERA L,
~1 ·U ·~r 1
IWE are preared to Contract r the rewetion
QUARTZ MILLS, DWELLINGS, and alo
fItn of basitrs boouse
STONXZ BRICK OR FRAME
ALSO keep eostantly ne had a eholce as
STORE ON IDAHO STREET.
W w smmt* pbli* that with oer bfelittm
fr materla, we as take e~rats at the
very w.s IAmres.
I FICSd L mbr Tard, emme of idab
1J -MaVa Bel Stre.- urS3 w&two
LTIMOLD BXTRACT BUCHU givrs bhesa
- am rb the homma mid blaem to IMpra
eek. .D is sieum n sieatbi m amy shmate
»C ^y^>*-^-Of **«-*--I e ar-twr «
-gpss, nemIa me V rese= Is sebmestsd lo
uMbe--r-Mk d ** % or wes Btww &
1l tw aw b *m* moo Isuri
800 rnw OL bI%
ULAVM & &KMR,
11541W Meaw Oweek.
Glne & Co.'s
HAVING REMOVED to .he large Store. three
doors below Contentnt Corner, we have open
ed out an immense stock of Gurney & Co. a well
BOOTS AND SHOES :
n pres of our own mike of gofals; and have the
Kip Mining Boots at - $S.00
K!p Mininzg Boots at - 7.00
Loung Leg Grain Boots at 6.00
Double Sole Calf Roots at 7.00
Double Solc Kip Boots at 5.00
Childrenedao d Misses'
Ti sappll.d with a stoe-k un'eqnnlled in the moun
talus ', r quality and variety.
Haywarrfs Donal o801 hbbhr Boots
Leather and. Findings !
D. H. WESTON,.
Virglula City, M. T., July, 1967. (ivy3tf)
Danoe, Stuart & Co.,
Wholesal and RPetail Dealers in
Wines and Liquors
Deer Lodge City, (Cottonwood) Montana
J AVE on hand a large and well-assorted stock
S of staple uand
Consistiag Ih part of
Segars and Pipes,
Oa3usia M naung Tool
OLrOaNING, sna, AaD OAP
Harnes and lether.
we we ...as tftr.lr tes s n
lTrUl ROOT FiI ;
ANN#el#K/rTY, M. 7
Always have oas hand and for sale a
- OF -
TEA, COFFEE, SUGARS,
SALT," SPICES, FLOUR,
BACON, HAMS, SOAP,
SA 1 3 XV AIR E!
BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING,
Dry Goods, Etc.'
Also, a large and well-aeso ted stock of Drugs and
All of these artieles will be sold at the lowest
We have a commodioun
Storage oZ Goods
Liberal Advyanee Willt be Made on
U. S. Lnnd Oicce.
T H publie are hrehby notiled that from aa
after Sept:eber Iltkh, l.T7, the U. S. Land 0
flee at lHeleua, Montana, will be open forthe traes
act!h eof business.
(t.ee in Darnphy & Bentley's block, Main stre
O. f. '"3ANNON, Register
Ozo. M1cLt.?v, Recr; er.
ilelema. el.teraber P. 'a7. w6m
Attorney uil Counsllor at Law
And Solicitor in Chancery.
Offiee at Er brts & Busch's old stand,
Jackson Stret ..................Virginia City
And all kLtds of Brass and Iron Fittiags, Toole,
&e., for Steam and Gas Fitter's use.
SThe best and largest assortment i the city,
and at greatly reduced prices. end f,,r Price List.
J. B. FULLER,
47 Doy Street, New Tork City.
IPAlMlS, A T TION I
W havoe sow at Virginia City, for 1, a hw
Fce.Lefor Beepers IC o~ers,
The eheapet anld 6A miakae ins t erld
Simple Ia coastrautia, light L deagbt, asaM
adjusted to gral or grass, s o ods me
than any other. Thbe maMtslat .e W aelbe a
oompete with all ethers saceeally.
THEY DO nOT GET oUT W tUMl lMMlY.
Are ooetraced s~olastly of Irweens 4l, aM
those portios of wekwhc war out Iwe e dt
pliestel la the Territory
W. F, 1W T'LIT, V utsgtg aci
Jealy 1, 8w7 pa
33DUUU =am EommaT SL
56 Bridge Stinrt, Hdrra, A1[.?
3. F. PUELP
Ast. r? as maw, 9U. 1y
TIEr, UJ ?1d '_ Awn
s~ovrj Ha a ý -~Y
JdMý..R ý fir.l CI~k
Iwo sq aa4.