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Rcces of the Senate.
o1P inti'g Bill Paruo Both
An Orderly Mob of Strikers.
Rumuored Mexican Coalition.
Buffalo Fenlan Convention.
C(onnmiinsioner RBllina ..eces
The Czars' Propoal.
English - Government Tele
71. Mile% of U. P. B. B.
Fastc of the Crew of the Genl.
president Signs the Tax Bill.
uan Francisco Markets.
Tle ('itizen Protection Bill.
4(ongress Adjourns from July
27th to Sept. 3d.
McGrort y Voted Down.
Time War in China.
Tremendous Flood in Mary
College Boys Rampant.
Freedman's Bureau Bill; leto
and Passage over.
('onfirmnations for Montana
Citizen Protection Bill passed.
War hington, July 22.-Hlouse.-Broomasl 1
anket leave to offer a concurrent resolution
relative to final adjournment. Spaulding ob
jected. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, said two or
three weeks hence will be time enough for
The H.ouse then proceeded to clear off the
'ýu-iness on the Speaker's table.
The Senate amendment to the Alaska np
proplriation bill was non-concurred in, and a
committee of conference asked.
The Senate bill, to provide a temporary
government for Wyoming passed without a
The President intends to veto the tax bill,
because it authorises the Secretary of the
Treasury to appoint supervisors, with power
to remove officers appointed by the Presi
The President appointed Jacob U. Blair, of
West Virginia, as Minister to Costa Rica, and
Wm F. Pidgeon for Secretary for Idaho Ter
The new Pacific mail steamer America will
be launched to-morrow.
The Senate, after a long debate, agreed to
take a recess, from Monday next to the third
Monday of September.
Sawyer, Senator from South Carolina, was
admitted to a seat.
South Pass City, D. T. July 22.-The Pion
neer Quarts mill, of the Sweetwater mining
country, Messrs. Toaeo A Eddy proprietors,
commenced cru-hing rock this p. m. from
their claim on the Cariso lode.
Scranton, Penn. July 22.-About 200 strik
ers armed with clubs, appeared in the streets
of Wilkesbarre on Monday afternoon. On
Tuesday a. m. they visited the panes and
shops about Wilkeebarre forcing the men to
quit work. Tuesday p. m. they marched to
Pittston, stopping the work there and along
the way. They have prevented treUsporta
tion from running over the Peunsylvania coal
company Railroad. It is reported they do
not generally violate the peace or excite
much alarm. Accessions have made them
about 500 strong. They marched in two
bodies and will form a junction in this city
to-day. It has been decided not to resist
them as long as they do not commit any out
New York, July 23.-A letter from the v
city of Mexico says a leading paper intimates 1
a coalition of European powers with the
United States s being diseased, the object t
being to develop Mexico sad sell it out to
the United States. i
San Francisco, July 23.-TI e San Fracisco '
lam works were destroyed by fire today.
Atlanta, July 23.--Gov. Bullock was inau
gurated yesterday. His address is pacific,
Republican in politics and condemns the E
Buffralo, July 23.-A Fmian Congress isn I
.ecret sesion in this city. epresentatives
from all parts of the country me preent.
The doors are gumded by armed sentinels.
Chicago, July 2S.-Specials sy she Sena
tors and Repremenaties from Bouther
States held a mee~ig last might to consider
the subject of adjommeat and o4sler matters
afecting the South. They Smally easdere
it inexpedient sad uneste to adjourn Con
grew at present, especially before the bill
for the reduction of the army becomes a law, I
with a provision for arming the negro mili
tia included. A sub committee of h* Rouse
Judiciary committee hms beeon ap t to
inveastigate the charges against Jug B
teed, with a view to his impeoaement declar
ing as the Senate is now constituted it can be
put through in two weeks. This not likely
to be inaugurated.
Washington, July 23.-The President nom
inated Noah L Jefries of Ma.yland, present
register of the Treasury to be Commissioner
of Internal Revenue.
The Senate rejected Richbd Biatoa as Post
Master at San FrancDeo.
Montgomer, Ala. July 23.-The Lgisla
ture elected Willard Warner for Senator for
the short term. Gen. Warner is from Obhio,
and was aon Shermans ata.
Atlanta, Ga. Jaly 23.-OM. Mrde hb a s
-atd orders tamian tkh 8a* govrnment
over to the civil aathoriti.
Paris, July 23.-The corps legi ltif ld
lively dbate on te propkitioe to resse
tLe uti formerly imposed on ruai pro
ducts imported from Amarica. It W s Inally
London, Jily 23.-Ila the HN Itl
it wa stated CW OCar oi blia i.
that all the great pow. aWuita in
meat to aedes d e o .apedw al
in time of war.
Marl M!% 4' r tfi
to baliiuve thatmife i
to it and the pepI -eis. were * hsiw b
taken for thek s ~ a erml ats.s
military cosn eal at Peterb.br to cor
sider the lUeasita.
The Comems. paed the bill for .the
ingdom by the goveramet.
The report of the harvest show the arom
are quite equal to the aveage hrves. e
ports from ia are ahlvramble, the yiel
is unausally mall and poor.
Omaha, July 23.-The govermenat om
missioners have accepted a dditional 2
miles of the Pacile railroad making 700
miles. bhe track as laid 15 miles beyond.
Scranton, July 23.-The strikers did not
visit this city to-day. They went to King.
ton and stopped the miners there. It is aa
deaod any farther interference will be re
sisted by the Pennrylvania coal company.
The Sherif has issued a proclamation warning
strikers if they don't dispese he will call on
the governor for troops.
New York, July 23.-Te Herald's special
from hnaghbae June bth says : It is reported
the crew o the American vernassel Ge. Sher
man, which was wrecked in Chinese waters,
have been beheaded by the natives.
Washington, July 2f.-The Presideat to
day signed the tax bill accompanied by a
protest which was Sled with the bill at the
The President nominated Richard Smon
ten for Postmaster at San Ireaciso.
The reconstructio committee to-day added
Virginia and Mislassippi, to the bill providing
a provisional goveranmem for Texas.
Wilson's bill, introdauced to-day, vacates
all ofces in the provisional government of
Miusipi, and provides that persos who
reelded the highest mamber of votes at the
recent eection for the ratilcastio of the
costituation, shall eater upon their ofoes,
but if these cannot take the test oath, the
duties of the ofce shall devolve on permso
receiving the next highest number of votes,
and it shall be the duty of the military com
mander to immediately enforce the prove.
ions of this act.
ean Francisco, July 23.- The Hale A Nor
cross Mining company levied an assessment
of $10 per share on delinqents Amt Mstb.
The ship Oremorne cleared for New York
Flour is in good demand and exports at
$6,2 to $7,50. Wheat $1,70 to $1,80. Ie
gal teders 73 1-4.
New York, 23-Senate.-Wilso, introdu
ced a bill for the more efcient provisional
government in Mississippi.
-he bill to facilitate the establishing of a
line of steamships from New York to Europe,
was considered and amended by providing
that the portage to be paid in them shall not
exceed $600,000 annually. Passed.
Senate took up the bill to protect the
rights of American citisees abroad.
B]ckalew's amendament oRered yetday
was adopted 27 to 21. This amendment
strikes out the 3d section, and adds to the 2d
tha it shall be the duty of the President to
exercise all his authority under the Coastitu
tion and laws for the protection of American
c.itizens abroad, and report to Congres from
time to time any case in which justice it de
oned to citiseau of the United States.
Conness said all the vitality was stricken
out of the bill ; he had no farther interests
Howard offer.d an amendment which was
adopted, that the President may suspend di
plotantic intercourse with governments doing
I injusticeto American citizens abroad. At 5
o'clock, at which hour the astate had agreed
to take a recess, frumball moved to sable
the bill. While taking the yeas and nays
Feesenden refused to vote, saying, the Senate
was not legally in session. Other Senators
coincided and the Senate tool a recess.
Washington July 23-House.-.Gareld re
plied to some remarks of Stephens yesteday.
He said Steven had agred a the time the
bill was being discussed in the Houas, tham
b-'s w eraeyable in:ooin. Stevens retorted
and said there was not a word Of trth in the
assertion. The Senate concurrent reolultio
for an adjournment from Meoday nest to the
3d of September, was disemed at length ; the
debate involving the sopics of the present
election, impeachment, funding bill, tax bill
and other measures. Finally the previou
question was seconded sad the resolutien
iadot. SS to 6O.
wsburae moved to reeaomen r the vote
and pospome that motion till so-morrow. In
the Mssouri contested election case Pile, sit
ting member, was declared entitled to his
seat. In the Utah contested election case it
was unanimously decided against Mcdhorty.
London, July 24.--Date from Maco, China,
of July 12th say that the entire rebel army
has abandomed the attempt to take Tsientse-a
and marched of in a souhwrly dieation.
Important ews has been reeived frees Japan
The Mikado has proclaimd a new edict
against christians. The civil war is coantb
ned, and the party of Shagoan ganing
strength. It is reported that ntotaeami h
an army of two hundred thosand men, as
sisted by 7 vesseb of war wbik are seriously
menacing Yeddo. The naties about Osanka
are throwinl every obstacle in the way to
prevent foreagners buying laun there ia ac
cordance with treaty stipelatines.
London, Jul 25.-House of commaos co
sidered the brl ll.
Fawcett mov to reasert the clause pr|
viding that the election expense be paid by
local rates instead of b7 the emadldase.
D'Iraeli opposed this as irimg nm guaran
tee to the rate.
Prayers against the expees aseed by
improper candidatee or peMliemd advsatsre
were on motion rejected. ahebillpaed.
Paris, July 25.--Te earep .legiIt is de
bating the .aIect of the ]rrnce.Mexican
wekingtom, July 24--iiai. ht-Thel
Semate has jast adirmed brn. ezeutlee s
sion. The reaty with China waM coesdeU -
9 hours and .nally rtiled with mU -
The Sandwich Island treaty WS. A co*.
sidered andlaid aide t tao sk up te Ch.us
t kbelieved that the Sandwieh slad
tr.t.y will an be stii.
The ekmateagre "t wte lepersn d th cas
eeommes emmistes .s the Asks apprpr
Led, , July s.-l.r-ar so. f am M
rid say Spain isteud s ak a S. John i
Porto Raco a tee port, it D r.t i hn~
India mail rpe's ip will at tere
stead of at St. Th..
Baltimore, July 24.-A tremrndous rain
has been falling since t ti morning. A
portion of the city in emudy fooded. Tbe
Marylad institute is surromeded bi a shee
of rushing water carryin hoebeda bles
hay, etc., with it. . he Arat oor of td
stores on Fredrik and Harrison sret are
under water. Merchants are compelld to re
move their goods to the upper tories. The
river ha been raising at the rate of two
inches pr minute ince 1 o'clock. Sevral
streete hae been convera tI to .ig ter
rents. The oty peI. ger cae wee swept
from the tuack on Oay s et dowa Barum
treet with a number of Pamege. Th
wildest rumDrs prevasil rl d to the am
ber of drowned, some mriag the mnmber
at 7, others saying ll were avld bu o. It
is impossible ow to ge the te. A ua
ber of dray bonaaln ee e drer are T,
peONd drwed. Tme I esmem i
tiom South by tole ., all the Mas beaig
down. No eb food ever akown bh
,lasi an sr a-ma--g- Isa---Whe
mI m whih enrme - wheo he il
w6*~ tVlY ir~~
of eo tier seM on (t*e l to prh j
for s ALmriesa lise of mail atsemr from
New York to Eurpe.
WMUkton, July 14-Rouse.-The S-mate
-ameadmet o the bil to esetbih a UlSe of
stemsahip between New York and Burep
was now nrcw d i. by the oommittee of
Bank*, from eolewoee comittee on
Alaska bhal made a reprt to the HowOe o
the secton declarin" the right of the BHo I
to intervenen treates. Struck out. The fo
lowing clase was sbtituted.
Wkere aid stiplations ana't be crried
into effect exept by Iliulauon to which the
consent of both Houses is n sry. PaUne
moved to table the report. Lot -3 to 80.
After a ver eacited diusion the report
was greed to91 to b0.
The motion to reconider the vote wu laid
on the table 76 to 71.
Thi makes the action of the Home yeter
Boutwell introduced a bill to provide a
more speely orguiataon of the tatee of
Virginia, Missiappi and Texas. The bill
gives the costitutional coovention of those
tases additional power and reaqires provTs
ional government* to emforce the ordilanuce
of thee convetions until dipproved by
Congres. It provides for the re-aesemblian
of the conventioo of Miasiippi sad Vir
ginia. The bil ibal y pa md.
'he committee of codnrL see om the .usd
lag bill was appoated. he speaker expms
ed a hope sat membes weld ased
thr.ughout the semion to-morrow in eider
tha tb may be a queras o act apon the
report of the ooetfesme committee on the
Worcester, Ma. Jaly 23. -Te city is
crowded with visitors to witne the RCtta
ad Base Ball match between the U1niviy
clefs of Yale and Harvard.
Riotous demotratL e have been made by
the Collegiate who overtaed every thing
meveable I the streets, and abhed the police.
Seral have beae arrested and led. One is
hell to bail in the sum of re haundred del
lars for larceny.
Baltimore, July 25.-The eood subuldid
shortly after 4 o'clock yesterday as rapidly
as it came. Damage cannot be zm -
ted. They are estmanted at rot ls than
three million dollars. A number of bM a
were undermined and otherwise damed.
Some were partially swept away. The gas
works supplying the large port of the
city were bomrged. The leo of life has
not bee ascertained, but it is believed that
only a few have been drowned. The ainsa
are running to Washington, but the Northern
Central railroad is badly damaged, sad tramin
will not run for several days. A telegram
from the Elicott mi report that the .ranite
mills are swe. away sad 0 persee. droweed.
Dr Owens enture family, except himself, was
New York, July 26.-A treMidoSo r ui
oearnred here last sight. The celrs alnea
the rivrs were sodele d an aaiderable das
age done to merchadise.
Chicao, July 25.-A fearful type of the
cattle disease has broken out at .y.e la Illi
nois. Almost every case has proved fataL
40 or 50 milch cows and ozen have already
died. Some think the disease was brought to
the country by Texa stock.
Atlaets, July 25.-The House paoed a res
olutiou 11 to 20. restly reaesta Con
gress to remove from every "ee- ofGeor
gia irrespective of his par y associations, the
disabiliutes imposed by the 4d section of the
14th amendment to the constitution. Gov.
Bullock sent a message to both ousses con
gratulating the people on the embabishmet
of a civil governmen., sad approving the re
moval of political disabiliti as Lt as it
may be found justiabie.
Scranton, Pa. July 26.-Since the appear
ance of the Sherair proclamatio of yester
day the strikers have made no demoemtrtleos,
and it is believed that their movement is at
Charleston, July 26.--Gen. Oramby ha
Issued as order committing the State gv
emrmenst enirely to the hands of the cvil
Now YPtk, Juy 25.-.he ew d Me.ico
anges that great arm prevails i the
ed sbes.. asgsenrsary sprmuaus are
being sskm at Vegn Orua ad elbewhe. The
reek are matring a Pueblo, sad (Qs9tero
but no htin ha asm yet oeomere. co
base hag three spies. Robberies ef stage
esaheb have iarneais daiy. M cor
meeeiil failues have oeerri Tt eseat.ry
L perishing rapidly.
Bareo, J 4y .-A laugw elaser s the
Ozteed rvineay M toll eogh .. raries
to-day, killig 3 who wet upse it.
Washington, July 2d.--Houe--The
Senate bill relating to the Western P1
ciSc Railroad Company, and coding the
island of Yerob Buena. in San Frampicee
-ay, for the use of Ms,.Colm a, vas
discussed and referred t heo mmittae
on public lands.
The Speaker laid before the House the
President's veto of the Freedmems' Be
reaa bill. The message having been so
ceived, the bill was passed over tIoe veto
by 115 against 23, and the Spealer dem
.laed it a law.
The Senate bill to extead the Castei
laws over Alaska was ame dqd de
Washington, July 5. - Additional
confirmatiom---Alvin Hawkhi Consul,
Havana. W. W, McCauley lndia Agent t
for the Flat Heads of Montana; Mishael
Quintard of Indians of New Mexioo; L. I
H. Coil, Consulate at Valeala; J. A. m
Clark, Surveyor Geeral of Utah; W.
J. Couleo, S.perilendet of Indian af, I
tabe of Idaho Md Meotana; . A.Wor.
thiugto, amnister rmideat to Uraquay;
F. A. Perkins, of Cemo., oonaute to Ta- t
hiti; A. D. Paddock of Nebraska for 1
(overmor of Wyomimg; Omar F. Rob
erts of Indiana, ecretary of the Terrlto
ry of Wyomag.
Baltimore. J 2ly 5.-The losses by I
flood yesterday wa several millions.
The followmg firm are among the saf.
frees: Hmd Co, tnnery. SoWO;
DImadas & son, machf e shop. ,000
Woods, Weeks & Co 80.000; lasher
Bros., $10A00. Laribee & Co's iron
toundry gave way, sad the we.t walls
tell, causing heavy I.L At Ellieotts
City the destruction ofls and property
was great. 30 houses were swept away.
Several bodies have bees eoovered to
day. The following are reported
drowned at Ellsett dty. W. Patterion,
wife and son; Mn. Faea, ad two
prand children; Faaaie a l Emma
Duval; W. BeeM, wife sm sad au
ter the family of Dr. Owen, ad a
umber of othem names ot give.
The losse of property at ElBoot
arehe . ambells lower or I
w a l d The smale
taeos~aillRT .D sFo aw*, at the
wals which were 90 fee thilet aad em
costs 86000, is a total rts. The
Uales -o mill half a %ile above
M-B at wey was badly d a ,
T I"- VM b w-1 W- ,fme
6 akesa* Astb
a gm -
*.ei, 4rl Ilinnil. ^
M o., to be Wmiom em of Porels ; "m -
gan, of Teuname, Jd of the Court of
laims; H Myp . KW*e, of P aesylraaia
Miaister to ria; i AOm el, Assenor of
Iastem Me f dweme 3al ol Oels; O. N.
bemba%, Amoear, ad 2%q. I. Wb ll.
0>«tcir,of-R the *d Pt.,o«ad
ni"rýRxiat s"t to 6t2e gksame of
Keoltua mith, for Poet Muser of am Fra
The bill for the protection of the rights of
American citzens abroad, with the amend
ment that in case of imprisonment by a for
eign goverarnm t aad tho refmal of mander,
the Presidet is to e anmy means not amount
ing to actual war to ffect release. Passed 29
House.-The Waye and Means Committee
reported the bill preventing the Secretary of
the Tresury from paying any comminsion on
sales of gold or securities, which asmed. The
bill paseed repealing legacy and ecoemion
HBailton, of Florida, offered a resoltion
for the impeachment of the Pretidet. Re
ferred to committee. The Senate amendment
to the bill for tie protection of American citi
Zens abroad was concurred in. The Select
Icommittee of Investigation of all alleced
corruption in the Impeachment trial, was dia
MB4AsI COUNTY TELENT..
The following proceedings of the In
dependent Convention of Meagher couna
ty were duly received two days ago,
but the letter was accidentally mislaid
before being opened. We make oar
apologies to the Convention and the
Penuant to a call of the People's Ine
peIdent Conventioe, for eagheor Coun met
in Dtamond City July 18th ist., at s o clock
P. M. for the purpose of nominating an In
dependent coety tiket, in opposition to
the so called Democratic Ticket.
The coavetion was organised b electing
J. Li Hall to the char, and D. P. Reakin
On motion it was resolved that we nomti
mate by acclamation; the convention the po
ceed to nominate with the following reults :
For Council, 4th District-J. J. Hull.
For Repreentatives, 7th District-J. C.
tall and T. J. lavorite.
For Clerk and Recorder--L. H. Potting.
For Tresurer---J. A. A. Harding.
For Sheriff-Lawrence Collins.
For Probate Judge-Dr. A. Wilson.
For County Commissionere-D. P. Ranken,
H. 8 Rlamspeck aa.d J. V. Statord.
For Amseor-Prsnk Kimmerly.
For Superlntendent Public Instructions-H.
For Serveyor-M. R. Stubbs.
For Coroner-Dr. J. Judd.
On motio the Secretary was instructed to
furnls two Territorial papers with a nnopeis
of the proceedino for publication. On me
tion the convenution adjourned.
J. 11. HALL, President.
D. P. RENKIN, Secretary.
lZOma llAN CORBmPONDU . E.
The bale of:Government stores at Ft. C. F.
-Smith-lamend "L"--adian Murder.
Emnoa Posy :-Nelson Story arrived last
night, from Ft. C. F. Smaith. His train, con
0sieas of twenty-seven waos, bhad reached
the Yellowstoae, loaded with Quartermaster
stores, purchased at the Government eal there.
No Commissary store were sold, but were or
dered to be turned over at Ft. Ellis. Mr.
Story met Captaiu Cliff with the "Diamond .."
train, at the Bose Bud, on the 17th,-aU well.
On the homeward trip, Allen Howard, (wih
torvy) wasilled by the Indians, near tes
est.m o tie . eh t i*h*d tnrs in
he. followiag are among thetst o tieldr es
p rchased by Mr. Story :-4,00lbs wh!tlead;
lO,* e nails ; between b sad T,00Ibs horn
nals ; T mowing machines; 2,0 blankets;
1 set ha bases, 6 or Tl,WIbs bose and men's
shoes; 2 saw mill (une steam and one water
power.) Mr. Story was the ealy heavy bidder
at the sale, sad got most of the articles as his
own iures. He contemplates taking them
to Helena, and opening a house there.
The enterprising reprelestative of the Post,
arrived with Geo. W., from Virginia, late last
night. Our slumbers were ageeh4 dieturbed
by a serenade, pyed with boos sad le up
on or eb door, seompn with a load
introduetioe to theme individual. Glad to
ne youe "B."-ween in the dark. We were
shewn his new subseription list, madema vouch
that its extensive proportions would do credit
to ny paper in the Union. J1i is meting
with much grater sumoes than heaadcipated.
Boaa. ra, U. T., Jely 94. '4B.
Portland, Oregon, hap two miles of
The Station 105 miles west of Laramie
is named Beston. Cars run there now.
Fifteen Mormon misionaries left Lar
amie, July 10th, for Europeand Dixie. 1
Salt Lake wheelbarrows $14 each; U.
SP., wheelbarrows $8 each.
40Celestials in Salt Lake, July 18,
bound for Montana
There is a heavy train emigration
through Utah for California this season.
The California Indians are rapidly
becoming extinct, from the use of rum
and from disease
Albert Atkinson was caught in the
machinery of a saw mill at Bt. Helena,
Oregon, recently, and killed.
CaiMfornia pays 616,412.5 more in
ternal revenue than the thU New Eng.
lend aate oft Maine, New Hampshire
A San Frandsco dispatch of Jaly 8d
says: Beiah Brown smes the city for
50,000 damages for the destruction of
the Demooroae Pre offic by a mob in
April, 'M.-o ys the Idaho Workld
The t ays "Utah is mose pro
daetve than the Mormon papers would
have ns believe." Produetive of what,
little saint or big sinners, grain, grase,
bovines or bablea?
There are 100 woolen mills n the
United Sates, with a capacity of 150,
00,000 pounds per annum, about the as
tal dip of the year. Clifrnia pro
duced this year sometshtg like 1,000.
The Lewistom kntmre,, in mentioning
that Mr. H. N. Maguire is to write a so
riem of artioles for Harpea Magare,
s ays "They will be good." You ae a
Mpeey to fulfil "M " Burnish your
Sf till it surrouad yeo with a halo
SIoeaky-" Mountain National Beak
l hasm lad during the week jalt
I cloeed, ',i )O in od ballion.--C€Dw
id Bd giRer, July 4.
R The Dubuque sae mys: "One ot
I e i extomlve wagon manasactEur
aUppf . lMetday for Douenr ity,
I rm Vsp emo,the brat laSellmaUe
W * p i oMr how tl fr Um ff eom
bl' u ti a w derMal ra i
"Mi Wsof may aseafts
UX ". cli- a t- y of slan t. ier
mIomiSS(Sb!PS ^o<£ 'k
It maw ceaaost oe
end c ao- rsa sug bgi..
s bewee nh sad Southe Pt r
water has is tlo tep Se oad
ghoet. W obearo i etor, somMA
City. They all seem to be heading this
way"-< uke Rper. d
Mr. AE. E.Mathews, with his splendid 1
nmanoram of the Roeky Mountains, so
L y landed by the Eastera press, was
i onver, lIn , as we see from the
Nmses. He wil be alog this way short
ly. His views taken in Montana, last
summer, are lithographed, bound and
en route here.
8. M. Preshaw. Bq., has become one
of the publishers of the Cheyeane Rocky
Colorado s excalted by the attempts re
aently made to secure title to mineral
lands by having them pronounced agri
On July 7th. durig a heavy thunder
shower, William Heivener, living on
alston 7reek, about lour miles north of
Golden City, Colorado, was struck and
instantly killed by lightning.-Z- an
loay the passage and freight trains
will run through to Brownsville, 100
miles west of aramie, and Wells, Fargo
& Co's stages for the west will eonmeet
Swith them there.
As soon as the bridge across North
Platte is completed, the trains will con
Snest with the stages on the west side of
r the river, at the new town of Beston.
- F ontier Index, 14tM aat.
J. D. Hague, of the party akiong the
U. S. Geological Exploration of the 40th
parallel, was in Salt Lake, July 15. Ge.
iste, Zoologists, Photographers and asist
ants number t7and are under the charge
of Clarence King, chief geologist. They
are now near Austin journeying east
Grand Island, Nebraska, had a big
sensation a few days since. A band of
desperadoes made a descent upon the
people and property of the place, but
were subdued by the vigilance of the
authorities and the people. Three of
the desperadoes were caught and hung
by the men of the place, without a show
of a trial. It was said a number of law
less fellows were lying in readiness to
born the town, when the train passed
Brigham Young is building a private
residence at Provo, fifty-fie miles south
of Salt Lake City. Provo is a town of
6,000 inhabitants, situated in the valley
interevening between where the Provo
river canyons through the Wasach range
and where it empties into Utah Lake.
It seems that the President wishes to
place himself beyond too easy access of
adventurers who might seek to gratify
their curiosity, by gazing at him as if
he were some menagerie animal. -Fron
At 1.30. p. m., today, six revolver
shots were fired in front ot the post of
foee; one taking effect in the centre of
the breast of Robt. Reed. son of Col.
Allen G. Reed, of Cherry Creek, Colorado.
resulting in the instant death of young
Reed. Col. Shanks, formerly of a Louis
ana regiment, of the Confederat, army,
was slightly wounded by one ball pae
lag through the left hand, left arm above
the elbow, and loding in the left side.
John Mathews, of Boston, Massachusetts,
was shot through the upper arm, the ball
pssing directly through the bone and
lodging in the axilla of the arm. Frank
Ray, of Jeferson county, Texas, was se
riously wounded over the posterior cra
nium-skull not fractured. Col. Reed is
a tie contractor, at Cooper's Lake. The
ball that killed his son came out under
the shoulder blade. It seems * ohn
Mathews was in a neighboring tent, and
not a participant in the fracas.-Frontier
bsder, July 10.
There are 1,288,000,000 people.
There are 3,648 languages spoken.
There are 1,000 different religions
There are 335,000.000 christians
An average life is 36 years.
There are 500 muscles in your body.
None but a fool is always right.
A picture is a poem without words.
France has 37,386,813 inhabitants.
Chicago has 408 lake craft.
Every square inch of skin has 3,500
The females are in a majority in Chi
Mn unpleasant sight in summer.-An
(reat Britain, with her colonies, has
Chestnut colored hair is now very
Little Patti is reported to be worth
Chinese hats are imported to New
The fast horse "Kentucky," has been
sold for $85000.
Men are to have monograms worked
on their coat tails.
Real and personal valuation of St.
The increase of population in Misson
ri since the war is estimated at $350,000.
The Howard Mision of New York hi
1,48 ehildren under its care
Fashionable dresses are short-so are
fashionable husbands who pay for them.
The end of a good investment-divid
The Albany Argur has been sold for
Chicago expects two million of popu
lation in twenty years.
White silk paraols with feather trim
mings are the latest novelty in fashion.
Dr. Cummings admits that Roman
Catholicism is gaining ground in Eng
If a ball, a dilemma, and a glass of
wktoky are placed before you, try not to
take either horn.
An Eastern editor In one of his papers,
says "Fct the effeets of intemperance,
see our inside."
Mr. Muttoa thinks there is an obvious
propriety ia going oat to dinner in a
A shamIa swinmmer swam 840 feet
in 4 -au~ a 0 S semdas, at a swim.
a- th la New York.
Tase 11 ,00o.je-seyan printers
Iso rwmany .d m Austria. Av
.n n hrbt so estr a day.
I Legal Notices.
*&AN5MW wCT Nw0ICE.
THIS is to give ootice, that on the 16th day of
S Joe, A. D.. 1866, a warrant In Bankrqptey
aWlsed --- - Im --of Bleet Pabher,
of 8prgvfll. ln the ounety of Jefferson. and
Tetory of taMitmaa, who bh bon adjudged a
Bankrupt on his awn pe.tom; that the payment
of aay debts and delivery of any property belong
leg to mih Ma.supt, to Mb. er fr his i . asad
the trnsetr of aay pioperty by him are furbidden
by law; that a meting of the oreditom of tm said
Bankrupt, to prove their debts, ad to choose one
or more Assignees of his estate. will be held at a
Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the City
Hall, Lt the City of Virgioia. eoanty of Madison.
and Territory of Montana, before Theo. Muly.
I Resrter, on the 15th day of Augert. A. D. 186I,
at 10 o'clook A. M. NkIL IOWIE.
U. . Marshal (u Messenger) for the District
of Montana Territory.
WM. CaUMAsyFO, Helena, M. T.. att'y for
' ANELUPTCY NOTICE.
r IS . is to give notice, that on the 25th day of
.1 JueA. . It. a warrant in Bankruptcy
i was issued against the estate of George Church
- and John A. MoCone, of the oonaty of Madison,
and Territory of Montana, who have been ad
Sjudged Bankrupts on their own petitions, that the
Spayment of any debts and delivery of any prop
Senry belooging to such Bankrupts, to them, or for
f their use, ad the transfer of any property by
them am forbidden by law; that a meeting of the
creditors of the said Bankrupts. to prore their
Sdebts, and to obooee one or more Assignees of their
estates will be held at a oourt of Bfnkruptoy, to
be bolden at the City Hall, in the City of Virginia,
oonty of Madison. and Territory of Montana,
before Theo. Muafy, IBegiter, Ou the 1th day of
0 August, A. D. 1868, at 10 o'slook. A. M.
U. 8. Marshal (as Messiae) for the District
of Mootema Territory.
SBy J. . HULL, Deputy.
SDAVID COWAW, Virginia City, M. T., atty for
f Petitioners. JylO-w3w
CVse No. S.
In the Supreme Court of
the Terrlai of Motana.
In the Matter of Benjamln In Bankrpty.
lb ame at sLe de-r:
The underigued bmreby gives notice of his ap
p ,ment as Asirgee of BeIjamin Levy, of
Si the county of Lewis and Clarke, and
Territory of Montu.n, who as been adjudgesd a
Bankrupt upon his own Petition, by the .u.prme
Court of mid Territory.
Helena M. T., May 15th, A. D. 1888.
WILLIAM B. JUDD,
The United States, S . .
Territory of Mootana.
I hereby de·tate the " Weekly Montana PoT'"
Sthe newspaper i. which the above notioe shall
be pubisbed by the said William B. Judd, As
signo of the esate of Bejaimba Levy, Bankrupt
aforesd, aecording to law.
Give. under my bhad at Virginia City, on this
15th day of kay A. D. 186e.
3twnOO Dgleater In Bankruptoy,
rTHE co-prtaerahip heretofore existing between
Georg* Perry, Looi Bruokman and Henry
Wyttenbach, under the firm name. George Perry
J& Co., a this day dissolved by mutual consent.
All aecouts against and doe the firm will be
settled by George Perry sad Louis Brockman, who
will ootinuoe the besunees under the same firm as
LOUIS BRUCK MAN,
Linooln uleob, May 23, 18d8. d25-2t-wtf.
L. S. LAND OFFICE.
KJLaNA. M. T., July 3, 1tWir,
1"1 E Public are hereby notied that CHA itL S
W. 8EARS, is in no manner authorized to aet
for us, or either of us, nd isin no way coerted
withthis omoo. O. B.O'BANNON,
jy dl&w2 Reeiver'
Noeice in Bankruptey.
Supreme Cort of In Bankrupty.
In the matter of )
Jasper B. Chlapin, In Bankruptoy.
To Vhomn At May Conoern:
The utersigued hereby gives noties of his ap.
pointment as the Assignee of Jasper B. C(pia. of
Virginia Clty, in the county of Madison awt Ter
ritory of Meatama, who has bees adjedged a Bank
rut upon ,is own petition by aid court.
iven under my hand at Virginia City, e.un oV
and Territory aforesaid, on this eth day of July,
A,. D. 1868.
THOMAS C. STEVENS8, Amguaee.
The United States or Amerilo, a
Territory of Montana,
I bereby desigaate the Montana POeT, a weekly
newspaper printed and published in tbu t.iwn of
Helesa, in the omnty of Lawis and Clarke, and
the Montana Democrat, a news per printed in
Virginia City, in the coounty of Madrea, sad Ter
ritory of Montana. as the newspapers is which the
above notice shall be publeshed by Thomas C.
Stevens, assignee of the estate of Jasper B. Cha
pian. bankrupt aforesaid, according to law.
Given under my heand, at Virginia City, in said
Territory, this 8th day of July. A. D. 1868.
iyl5w3t Register is Bankruptcy.
INotlee In Bankruptcy.
S,: t Icr Terrtory, y.
In the matter of )
Aael Stanley. 3In Bankrupty.
TO WHOM IT MAY .)Cn1S0L3 :
Thoe mduselgde hereby gies .otieo of his ap
polatmeat as Amiga* of Aael 8tanley, of Madison
County, Modtama TerrPoy, who has befb adjudg
ed a Bankrupt, upon hi oa, petitiod, by the said
under my and this 11th dayof July, A.
D.. 18?t. E. . COMS,
The United States of re,
Territory of Momian, 88., )
I hereby desinate Tbe Weekly Montana PosT,
a newsapep printed and lIisbhed I HBlen, in
the County of Lewies A Clrk, and Territory of
Montana, as the Uewmpaper In which the above no
ties shall be publised, by the said t. H. Combs.
Assignee of tb bietas Asel Stanley. Bankrupt
aforesld, saeording to law.
Gives under my hand at Virginla City, M. T., on
ls lth day of July, A. D. 18.
jys.wy8t. ..egistr In Bankruptcy.
Proposals for Fresh Beer.
O.TICE ACTING COMMI'WY OF SUBBSMI CiE.
FoiT SIAW, M. T., July 15, 18,8.
S EALED Proposals, (in Duplicate) will be re
eelved at this oice until 12 M., on Saturday
Augst 1th, 1886, fbr furnishing d t Beef on the
bloo, for Fort Shaw, M. T., trom the 1st day of
September 1868. to the 31st day of August 1869.
The following regulations must be observed, vi :
The beef to be of good aad wholesome quality,
with equal portions of fore and hind quarters
Neoks, shanks and kidney fat to be excluded.
The necks of the Cattle slaughtered for Beef
ander this netreet. shall be oat off at the fourth
Sertebral joint, *od the beast trimmed down.
The stanks of the foreqarters shall be out off
four iobhes above the kaee joint, and of the hind
quarter from six to eight inehes above the gam
el or book joint
ThUe Uoetactor will be required to weigh and
issue the Beef on the order of the Post Commiuary.
Bidder will state the price per pound set.
Eanh oepy of ash proposal must have pasted
at its head, a copy of this adertisement.
The undersigned reserves tho right to reject any
and all bids that may be offred.
Payment to be made"i suo tond as the united
States may furnish Ar that purpose.
Blddsm are Iavitd to be pre t at the openiog
of the bids. No bid will be eoesdered, unless so.
emipiled by a wrttso guaratee of at least two
lpe-bte parties that the kidder will sign the
SMUIS-t Sad, gWe onMlemt seurity fur its fulf11
mem, if the award is made aI his .
Oetrna to be usabe to the Mpr of the
oas sisam Oommeding i0 r to of
b e. OAy e l a .-- a" e.
foLr -ees ODs4h
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