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r; -pt- fit the tirst n'.wxjiap.'r
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il ihii BrnitishIxx arhivies in
F \' V. mrel is trvxn. to sell tha.
'11.nt n1, (/r,.fati/i1 " and 1s said to
:l~ate a reI?~ov.il iio the Pacific
S,* -i erntIlon i4 like a kiss. It re
Stw l..Hads and an application.
\ ,l PAl:r 2atn- with the tChine.se
i N. 1. Tr,.,,, says that New
" i - a A plpulatilon lf one million.
a ,.". 'h" prIrlable .successor of ('oId
t .rr S l,,-ker ,t the H ouse, is an old
,r :a, ..: , I'or' land Maine.
. ,. a ,,,lit:,in of public executions,
Si-lh p. p, I have lost one of their
u'r .l iiamusemtents.
S Li, I.ti;, rtss. of a novel. "'lood( and
' lie! !lsaId In England. says that
. :a., nz C'laude paces backward
i t.rar,] likt an overseer on a Mas
,., ,.,ttln plantation.
s, " i,, .:lian z ti aht hundred dollars
*..r - i. salarv of tlthe chief cook of
, r ll,,u-e
'It, "k Ba,,rd of New York charges
.... -i.n :,.e of $::,000. the Gold
o , the Ot, )ixn Board $2.000;
', .in:u " .,arl $1.l00 )and the Petro
V r 11 '. I. kAdams. "'(liver Optic,
- \r:ttl n trtv ,o. I,,k for bº,.s. the ag
s al' ofi which has not been less
* r ar,.e n, , I. s than ei;lg tv-'even
:. i.in tIo Llr)olj' trom New
: 1 .!. lp.rhaps,. with one' excelº
S.... , ned alroald.
N. . N .rk .'',, sa s "'If thEt'
' . . i vote at the next electionu,
.\: r tlftx w,llltl 1s" chosen by a
1 ui I a C cnl itctl voting erson.
Si. forenoon been preacehing to
r. . ,°ation of asses." 'Then that
. r,.ason \ ou called them beloved
S repie~dl a strong minded lady.
( 1 rr"',d Californian found the ba
. lI! ,it at bonme a miss of five
. . n n, day- he otfi nded her, and
t. tully exclaimedl. I wish you had
, nr married int, my tamil.'"
, :-lnman. illustrating the horrors
arT c-,ntinement, stated that out
: .t1. hundred ;.rsonssentenced to
- . star continemnlt for life, only
. t \:ar in the French sewers is
ied 'Thev mix alum with it.
- ,re.-ip itates all the solid matter to
,..,, t leaving the water quite
:', soalids are used for manure.
,, 1:n-lii-h army in Ahysseinia had
I. i.n k !lhed and forty -fiv wound
S. the Abyeeinians had i45, killed
" . tiled ('iilized warfare is
S :,I tr Ia'rlarisl
": malnlated that the pickpockets
,., at aeast $10.000 worth of watch
. n rt.,is and mione? in C'incinnati
.,n- and on the grounds select
" ei:.1, t esl-colurn prize tight.
\ rr.1l, the father of the Ieauti
i ta. r WVorrel sisters, has
, , mr agnificent country seat on
:-'a ,ii. where he Iroºoses to retire
*. , \!ýtration of the present season
1Nw l ork Theatre. together with
- il '
-. gin,. lat" on a Saturday afternoon
: an -nglishman as he was skill
S-a in- the wily fisherman's art,
.r,,itr. with l'Halloa! there! gotaly
n : *" (,ot anything : of course not.
' n! v cearne here last Wedresday," was
" reply, as the patient anger onee
. .a-." his patient fly.
The F'1r1.tirlr Ilndrr is to be published
at Gireen IRiver as a daily.
The. Inion Pacific Railroad thus ad
vtertise their Benton time table :
On the :21 inst. one hundred and sixty
1.tlie, froni the Stare of Alabama arrived
in Sani Francisco
T'li.re. is much excitement at Laramie
over tw gold discoveries umade forty
II It'. w1s-s of that pilace.
The. work of grading the IDenver
I,ranch road has ceased, the I'. 1'. I. H. j
h:avinz tailed to lIcate the Nortltern halt
Mathew'. PaInoramna of the lRocky
Mountains t'nmtuneced its exhibitions at
(ieorget,.own. 'olorado, on the 27th tilt.
It will b ihere smenitime.
Tihat city of Paola. Kansas, has an
rordinance against the use of profane
language. Tl'he police are authorized to
arrest any one violating the same.
Through trains leave Benton daily, at
12.1. 1'. M., 11) P. M. (Express), 5 P. M.,
and 4 A. M., and short train to Cheyenne
at 9 40 A. M.
Tllhrtough trains arrive at Benton daily
at ;; P. M., :1.20 A. M. (Express.) 2.45 A.
M., and 9.3.5 A. M.. and short train tlom
t'heyetnne at 12.1.3 P. M.
At tilhe Morieno mines, Colorado, the
mlliners keep Sunday wonderfully-danc
ing begins on Saturday night and ceases
on Monday morning.
It is feared that the grasshoppers.
which have gone in myriads. from Utah
to Colorado. will destroy the erols in the
Seven hundred andl twenty niles of
the 1. I'. I. 1.. is now conmtleted. Five
mnile.- were laid in one day recent
.John .1. IPiere was hung at old Fort
liallehk on the :;1 inst., for outraging a
lady who resided r.ear that place. lie
was a .noted del.sp'arado. and received his
'Thli Postmaster at Fort Leavenworth
"-as arrest,ed and tuined out of his oftfice
on the 2..th utllt. His habits were not
,ooul. I,.ut tihe. cause' of his arrest is not
The Nebraska l. j,p1/,lijan,. says RIobert
Ferguson, .ll hnni green and I)oc. Shaw,
ga:nllers iwll known in Omahl a, were re
c-'ntl% hung ly a nmo, in Sioux City, for
'cheating in such a auiunner as is not
tol .erated by "hI. coI' of the slo)rting
fraterni t .'
Th'. et'l-venne L,,r, r, heads its col
umn ,,of ,is~'tche.-. tihus: "'Telegraphed
solely for iit. Lu,;ic r, and filched from
thls. .- 'inins r.i-ularly iby an invalid
uup-t.wn journal. and al~m, honorably
,',,rr, . ed fron us )by tihe organ of disap
iJ ntedl pºolittic'i h11,is for its corloral
guard of misguided readers'
Otn the 2 ;i ult.. tle (. S. I'avmuaster's
escort was attacked bi, Indians, just l
yond Fort Fetterman. There were about
sixty men in the escort, two of whom
were killed at the first fire. The Indi
ans were put to flight.-C'h/yeuetr Lerfd
'l'lte 'entral Pacific Railroad, which
has .been racing on the western slope
with the U. P. R. H. on the east side,
not content with laying track at the
rate oft three miles per day, is now mak
ing arrangements to put it down at the
rate of tour miles every sixteen hours.
O(ne mile of track has been laid in three
The C'heyenne Aryi. of the 4th inst.,
says : "''Thete went up the track yes
terday a novel habitation never before
used in this territory. It was a very
pretty framed iron house, the property
of (' Sternberger. and it is to be erected
at Gireen River, where it will form one
of the handsomest buildings in the e'_
Prices in Alaska are given as follows:
Deer, three to four dollars; grouse.
twenty cents each ; ducks, twentyty
five cents each : wild geese, seventy-five
cents to one dollar; snipe. fifty cents a
dozen; clams, twenty-five centsa basket;
hallibut, as much as you can carry for
seventy-five cents; cod, fifty cents for
a big fish: salmon, during the season,
trun ten to twenty-five cents each.
.\ correspondent of the Chicago Tri
",,ar, writing from laramie City, after
drawing a vivid pen picture of the mor
als of the place. says: " The Pacific
Railroad is to be the great civilizer of
'Western barbarism. " It isn't "Western
barbarism." It is the barbarism of the
Pacific Railroad, it came with it from
the slums of the East, goes with it,
stays with it, lives on it, and God grant
it may go away with it-back East,
where it belongs. or any where else for
that nmatter.-J) nrr ,..Ycorx.
Frank Blair was nominated by the
D)emncrats to draw Republican votes.
You might as well use a shadow to draw
The c,,pperheade have a great spite
against tien. tirant because he reduced
the Democratic vote about a q uarter of
a million by destroying that number of
rebels during the war.
It is confidently stated that Gen. Jno.
A. Dix, now American Minister to Paris,
is one of the thousands of War Demo
crats who, in retuning to support Sey
mour and Blair, will heartily sustain
Grant and Colfax.
Admiral Semmes has made a speech
in favor of Seymour and Blair. ,He hopes
to command a flotilla of gunbnats,which
will proceed to New Orleans and dis
perse the carpet-bag State government
in that city.
The New York Frrcu'a' .sJor., r,al. a
leading and influential Democratic or
gan of the Empire State, speaks of Gov.
Sevmour in a review of his Albary
speech, as the "attorney" of the bond
New York city is, and har been for
mtuv years, governed by the Democratic
party. Taxes are higher there than in
any other city of the Union.
The Boston TrnuarripL svs that the
Democratic writers and spakers ad It
very difficult to apol for the last
issue of "Blair's rthe t
It is sated that 8eymesr ias prem
ised Vllead4gham plas I his C'aY
net in the event a his a deis.
An odctel report steam that the Le
Klux oe Tezs have maeerd a0 US
ion men slmee the lose of the war.
The Albany Jourru alsays : "The mode
of Gov. beymour's nominatiom for the
Presidency, after having pledged himself
not to be a candidate, reminds as of the
story of O'Mulligan and his wife: "It's
a bad cowid ye have. A drap of the
craytbur ud do uo harrum.' Och, Lone,
said Biddy, I've taken the pledge, butyn,
mix a drink, Teddy, and force me to
John Morrisoey has bet $4,000 against t
$2,000 that (irant will be elected. He
now off.rs to ;go $100.000 against half
that altmount that the Republican party
V. ill be victorious in the Presidential
campaign. lie has found no takers.
The Philadelphia Pr, sn says the Dem
ocrats have taken care to nominate a
candidate for President who was in fa
vor of the last rebellion against the gov
ernuent, and a candidate for Vice t'res
ident who has pledged himself in favor
of the next rebellion against the gov.
The following State elections are yet
to occur this year:
September 1st, Vermont.
September tth. California.
September 14th, Maine.
October 6th, Nebraska.
October 13th, Ohio, Pennsylvania, In
diana and Iowa.
October 2d, West Virginia
,November :k;, New York, New Jer
sv. Delaware, Maryland. Illinois, Mich.i
gan, Wisconsin, Minnesota. Missouri,
Kansas. Nevada and Massachusetts.
Mr. Hendricks said in the Senate, theI
other day, that he had intended to show
that the Democratic platform was so
plain, distinct, and direct, that nobody
could misunderstand its meaning; "but,
sir," he continued. "it would likely take
more time than I am aole to occupy.
The ('incinnati Fa'liqirer. the leading I
)Demtocratic organ .)t the West, has pub
lispled broadcast to the world that thel
Indiana delegation to the 4th of July!
('onvention sold out to the bondholders.
Will they divide with the rank and file ?:
If not, how can the rank and tile be ex
Pe'cted to go f,,r .e.vnlmou r, the bondhold
er s attorney "
\Vhile (ien. (irant was actingas Sec-
retary of W\\ar. Andrew Johnson, in a
message to C ongress, declared that
"great reductions of expenses had been
effected under his administration of the
War I)epartment. to the atcring of mil
liw,/dt t t, tlre twrury." Yet. now the
Johnson party pretend that Grant has
nocapacity for civil affairs.
The ('opperheads still insist that Gien.
(irant gets "drunk." This is false of
course; although we admit that, in his
excessive hospitality, he kept half a mil
lion of rebels reeling and staggering
from Fort Donaldson to Appomattox
The Hartford P',,t thus hits the nail
on the head : "The Democratic party is
the peace party in war, and the war
party in peace."
The New York Tri,,pnc suggests that
if Seymour is elected Mr. Raphael
Semmes would make an admirable Min
ister to England, and would be just the
man to settle the Alabama claims.
Horatio Seymour is the first civilian
ever nominated by a national party for
the Presidency, who has never been a
member of either branch of Congress.
One who has taken the pains to go
over the list carefully, assures us that
there were more officers of the rebel ar
my than there were officer- of the 'nlon
army in the Democratic National Con
vention. Upon such a fact comment is
The Montgomery (Ala.) &wdtiiel styles
the Tammany declaration of principles
"th, platform of the second rebellion."
The Japs performing in London have
produced the first baby of that nation
ality born out of Japan.
Boston has a sensible physician in Dr.
James Bigelow, who pleasantly re
marked at the dinner of the Massachu.
setts Medical society, that he was in
debted for his good health to the joint
agencies of temperance, hard work and
abstinanceu from medicine.
The Boston Ir anarript has the fol
lowing advertisement (it does not ask
exchanges to "please copy and charge
this office," but we shall give it an in
sertion): 'For sale-a suit of judicial
ermine, considerably soiled. Apply to
S. P. Chase, Justice Department, Wash
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATE8
I'A"SED BY THE
1' PC ULI(-No. ;3j.
AN ACT making appropriations for the sup
port of the army for the year ending June
thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine,
and for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the Senate r'ad House
of Relresentatieas of the United &fates
it' A.merica isn C&ngress aassebled,
That the followin; sums be, and the same
are hereby, appropriated, out ot any money
in the treMury not otherwise appropriated,
for the sua pport of the army for the year end
ing the hiiete. Jome, eighteen hundred
and sixty-nine :
For expenses of recruiting and trao-sorta
tion of recruits, one hundred thousand dol
For pay of the army, ffteen million dollars.
For commutation of oac"rs' sunloteme,
two million one hundred and tirty-tmhee
thoumna four hundred and thirteen dou es.
For commetation of forage for o5ler!
horses, twenty thousand dollars.
For payments in lies of clothing for o.
cers' servants, two hundred and fifty thousand
For payments to discharged soldiers for
clothing not drawn, two hundrerd s.homd
For cemtingencies of the army, sixty th
For medical and hospital departme.nt two
hundred thousand dollars: Provided, That all
sums that have accrued to the credit of the
medical and hb sal deprtment from the sale
of mediol · n tI i stersa, or f*ros
other some, es aept~m un
act of Mas** aecond, he Ms. u sld
sixtrewm, ereeby dart to be ewured
into the tre ry at the clse of the ems
For army medical museum, ive tho sed
For mfdl san o ther Seeary welsa he
the of hrfsertsen Eem ais e ,ss weI
oer *i nh irnumah .t
oicers, enlisted men, wads, hospitals, store
houses, and ofice ofs .Sa is kind for the
horses, mules, and oxe of the quartermas
ten' department at the severml pots and sta
tions, and with the armies in the ield, for the
borses of the several regiments of cavalry,
the batteries of artillery, and such comfa
nies of infantry as may be mounted, and for
the authorised number of officers' horses when
serving in the field and at the outposts, in
cluding bedding for the animals; of straw for
soldiers' bedding, and of stationey, inelu
ding blank books for the quartermasters' de
partment, certificates for discharged soldiers,
blank forms for the pay and quartermlsters'
departments, and for printng of division and
department orders and reports, five million
For the general and incidental expenses of
the quartermaster's department, consisting of
postage on letters and packets received and
sent by ofcers of the army on public service;
expenses of courts-martial, military commi
sions, and courts of inquiry, including the
additional compnseation of judge advocates,
recorders, members, and witnesses while on
Shat service, under the act of March sixteen,
eighteen hundred and two; extra pay to
soldiers employed under the direction of the
quartermasters' department in the erection of
barracks, quarters, storehouses and hospitals,
in the construction of roads, and other coo
"tant labor for periods of not less than ten
days, under the acts of March two, eighteen
hundred and nineteen. and August four,
eighteen hundred and fifty-four, including
those employed as clerks at division and de
partment headquarters; expenses of express
es to and from the frontier posts and armies
in the.ield; of escorts to paymasters and
other disbursing oflers, and to trains where
military escorts cannot be furnished; ex
penses of the interment of oeers killed in
action, or who die when on duty in the field,
or at posts on the frontier,, or at posts and
other places, when ordered by the Secretary of
War, and of non-commissioned officers and
soldiers; authorized oice furniture; hire of
Iaborers in the quartermasters' department,
including the hire of interpreters, spies, and
guides for the army; compensation of clerks
to officers of the quartermasters' department;
compensation of forage and wagon-masters
authorised by the act of July fifth, eighteen
hundred and thirty-eight; for the apprehen
sion of deserters and the expenses incident to
their pursuit; and for the following expendi
tures required for the several regiments of
cavalry, the batterie of light artillery, and
-uch companies of infantry as may be mount
ed, via: the purchase of traveling forges,
blacksmiths' and shoeing tools, horse and
mule shoes and nails, iron and steel for shoe
ing, hire of veterinary surgeons, medicines
for horses and mules, picket ropes, and for
shceing the horses of the corps named ; also,
generally, the proper and authorised expenses
for the movement and operations of an army,
not expressly assigned to any other depart
ment, two million dollars.
For mileage, or the allowances made to
officers of the army, for the transportation of
themselves and their baggage when traveling
on duty without troops, escort or supplies,
two hundred thousand dollars.
For transportation of the 'rmy, including
baggage of the troops when moving either
by land or water, of clothing, camp and gar
ison equipage, from the depots of Philadel
phis, Cincinnati and New York to the several
posts and army depots, and from those depots
to the troops in the field, and of subsistence
stores from the places of purchase and
from the places of delivery under con
tract, to such place as the circumstances of
the service may require them to be sent; of
ordnance, ordnance stores, and small arms
from the foundertee and armories to the arse
nals, fortifications, frontier posts and army
depots; freights. wharfage, tolls, and ferrt
ages; the purchase and hare of horses, mules,
oxen, and harness, and the purchase and re
pair of wagons, carte, and drays, and of ships
and other sea-going vessels and boats required
for the transportation of supplies, and for
garrison purposes: for drayage and cartage
at the several post.s; hire of teamsters; trans
portation of funds for the pay and other dis
barsing departments; the expense of sailing
public transports on the vaaious rivers, the
Uulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic and Pacific;
for procuring water at each posts as from
their situation require it to be brought from
a distance; and for clearing roads and remov
ing obstructions from roads, harbors, and
rivers to the extent which may be required for
the actual operations of the troops in the
field, five million dollars.
For hire or commutation of quarters for
omcers on military duty ; hire of quarters
for troops, of store-houses for the safe-keep
ing of military stores, and of grounds for
summer cantonments; for the construction
of temporary huts, hospitals, and stables, and
for repairing public buildings at established
posts, two million dollars.
For heating and cooking stoves, twenty-five
For the ordnance service, required to defray
the current expenses at the arsenals of receiv
ing stores and iroing arms and other ordnance
supplies; of police and oBce duties; of rents,
tolls, fuel and lights; of stationery and ofce
furniture; of tools and instruments for use;
of public animals; forage and vehicles; inci
dental expenses of the ordnance service, in
cluding those attending practical trials and
tests of ordnance, small-arms, and other ord
nance supplies, two hundred thousand dollars:
Provided, That no money appropriated by
this act shall be usneed to pay for any new can
non or small-arms.
For purchasang three acres of land adjoin
ing Federal Square, at Springfield armory,
three thusand dollars.
YORlt IREPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS OF
ARMORIES AND ARSENALS.
For arsenal and armory at Rock Island, I1
linoir: three hundred and eighty thousand
dollars : Provided, That eighty thousand dol
lars of said sum shal he devoted to the devel
opment of the water-power to carry out exist
For Wateryliet arsenal, West Troy, New
York, twenty thousand Sollars.
For asenal at St. Louis, Missouri,five thous
For Augýsta arsenal, Augusta, Georgia, ten
For Baton Rouge arsenal, Baton Rouge,
Louisiana, seven thousand five hundred dol
For Benecia arsenal, Benicir, California,ten
For Vancouver arsenal, Vancouver, Wash
ingto Territory, five thousand dollars.
For Mont Vernon arsenal, Mount Vernon,
Alabama, Ave thousand dollars.
For Watertown arsenal, Watertown, Massa
hasetts, Afteen thousand dollars.
For Allegheny arsenal, Pattsburg, Pennsyl
vania, five thousand dollars.
ror Fort Monroe arsenal, Old Point Com
fort, Virginia, four thousand Ave hundred
For Fmankfort arsenal, Tidreburg, Penn
ylania, eight huadbd and eighty dollars.
For Koebe. arsenal, Augussa, Maine, two
For Leaveworth arsenal, Leavenworth,
Kameoa Ave thousand dollars.
For New York arsenal, Governor's island,
New York, three thousand dollars.
aFr Pikevillo eresal,Plkesvllle, Maryland,
.or the Ir and neeemsary repa.rs
et the I an the works eo defee,
two hirde theb id dollars.
Sew 2. And be it ftarer ecalad, That of
the awopriatiLp of s theused dollars
for po l te t . smd . cal hsto
yol the rbd d thte stea..le tcs
of t6e Pluwt Medb ear.dih osee, made
lm all b.w. I * "O~ mthe khael
wan h ~ I~ a . W dr. . ~ ~ n dw
direction of the Secretary of War, and :with
out the interference of any other omicer.
Approved June 8, 1868.
AN ACT to extend the time for com
pleting the military road authorized
by an act entitled "An act granting
lands to the States of Michigan and
Wisconsin to aid in the construction
of a military road from Fort Wilkins,
Copper Harbor, Kewenaw county, in
the State of Michigan, to Fort Howard
treen Bay, in the State of Wiscon
.e' it cna icted by the Senate and JI,~vee
of 1.presentatires of the United States of
Amnrica in C'ongress aaseimbed, That the
time, for co "pleting the military road,
and for th ales of lands, authorized by
an act entled "An act granting lands
to :he S tea of Michigan and \Viscon
sin, to aid in the construction of a mili
tary road from Fort Wilkins, Copper
Harbor, Kewenaw county, in the State
of Michigan, to Fort Howard, Green
Bay, in the State of Wisconsin,"approved
March third, eighteen hundred and six
ty-three, be, and the same is hereby ex
tended to March first, eighteen hundred
Approved June 8, 1868.
AN ACT to further provide lot giving
effect!, to the various grants of public
lands to the State of Nevada.
Be it enacted by the Senate and HIouse
of Representottrea of the Uuited States of
Ameria in Cowgrtss asseblled, That the
State of Nevada is authorized to select
the alternate even-numbered sections
within the limits of any railroad grant
in said State. in satisfaction, in whole
or in part. of the several grants made
in the following acts of Congress, to
wit : The act organizing the Territory
of Nevada, passed March second, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-one . the act ad
mitting the State of Nevada into the
Union, passed March twenty-one, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-four; and the
act concerning celtain lands granted to
Nevada, passed July fourth, eighteen
hundred and sixty-six : J'rocidecd, That
this privilege shall not extend to lands
ulpon which there may be, rightful
claims under the pre-emption and home
stead laws: Aud prorided, T'lhat if lands
be selected, the minimum price of which
is two dollars and fifty cents per acre,
each acre so selected shall be taken by
the State in satisfaction of two acres,
the minimum price of which is one dol
lar and twenty-five cents per acre: Aind
prorided firther, That the lands grant
ed in the eighth and ninth sections of
the said act admitting Nevada into the
Union shall be selected within four
years from the passage of this act, and
the period for the selection of said lands
is hereby so extended.
SEc. 2. And be it ftrtlher eneted,
That the lands known and designated
for the establishment of an agricultural
college by the act of July second, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-two, and the acts
amendatory thereto, shall be selected in
the same manner and of the same char
acter of lands as may be selected in sat
isfaction of any other grants referred to
in the first section of this act. But this
act shall not authorize the selection of
lands valuable for mines of gold, silver,
quicksilver, or copper.
Sac. 3. And be it fiwrther ,Iet'rd,
That the county of Eameralda, in the
State of Nevada, and the counties of
Mono and Inyo, in the State of Califor
nia, are hereby created a land district;
and the land office for such district shlall
be located at Aurora, in Esmerelda
county; and the President shall Is- au
thorized hereafter, from time to tihu., as
circumstances may reqluire, to adjust
the boundaries of any and of all the
land districts in said State. and change
the location of the land office from time
to time, when the same shall be expe
SaEC. 4. At d b,' it fuirther enreted.
That the lands granted to the State of
California for the estaulishment of an
agricultural college by the act of July
second, eighteen hundred and sixty-two,
and acts amendatory thereto, may be
selected by said State from any lands
within said State subject to pre-emption
and sale: Prorided, That this privilege
shall not extend to lands npon which
there may be rightful claims under the
pre-emption and homestead laws, nor to
mineral lands : And nrocidd fuJrther,
That it lands be selected as aforesaid,
the minimum price of which is two dol
lars and fifty cents per acre, each acre so
selected shall be taken b) the State in
satisfaction of two acres, the minimum
price of which is one dollar and twen
ty-five cents i*r acre: And prosridrdL
fLfrther, That such selections shall be
mnade in every other respect subject to
the conditions. restrictions, and limitak
tions contained in the acts hert.liy mod
Approved, June 8, 1868.
HELENA COUNCIL of R & , M, Jno Potter,
T I M. meet first and third Tuesdayas ,o
HELENA R. A. CHAPTER, Win Porter, II
I P, meet irst and third Monday of each month.
IIELENA LODGE No. 3, AV 4 bA M, N. P.
1 Lagord, W M, meet Swat and third Satur
day of each month.
'LORNING 8TAR LODGE. No. 5, A F & A M,
_l Jno Potter, WV M, meet second and tlorth
Saturday of each month.
KING 0LO)MON LODGE No. 9, A F & A M,
S.ol tar, W M, meet Arst and third Wedne
day of each mouth
EOGULAR COMMUNICATION OF V. (
R Io.e No. 1, A. F. & A. M., on the second and
bouth Saturdays of reac mouth.
JNO. T. HENDERSON, W. M.
THEO. MUNLYT. ee'v fetv-tw
R EGULAR COMMUNICATION of Mu.raa
fLdgde No. 2, of A. F. & A. M., the irst and
third Saturdays of each month at 7 o'clock p. m.
J. R. BOICE.
M A8ONIC.-.Nevada Lodge No 4, A. F. & A.
L M., meets the second and fourth Saturdays
hI each maoth. Visitiag brIetbre are orlalaly f
ited to attted. O A. 8EDMAN, W. .
Attest: IEA 0. SMITH, Secretary.
R. OULAR Meetirge of the Virginia City . A
SChapter, every let and et Mads evehlg
at 7 e'd k p. s. J. J. HUL. IL. P.
Rm)wLAR OOMMUNICATION of VirgniaL
41 City Conl eNo 1. ,oyl ad Select Ms,
ee eewy sm mds t ued, si evenatga aedmI
moath at 7 o'eloek. J. L DY T. I. . .
QGr -ieeery Re. 1, lghs Temhpesk every
The eaiy evenig at 7 o'eleea.
IlEZ. L HOSMER, O. C.
Legal N otices.
'rhis is to give not ie :
That on the 23th day of July. A. I. Itdin. a
Warrant in Bankruptcy was issuteli against the es
tate of Thomas Jefferson Favorite. of Valley Town
ship. in the County of Lewis and Clarke, and Ter
ritory of Montana, who has been auliudged a Bank
rupt on his own petition; that the, payment of any
debts and delivery of any projerty belonging to
such Bankrupt. to him. or for his u-e. and the
transfer of any property by him are forbidden by
law; that a meeting of the ereditrs of the said
Bankrupt, to prove their debts. and t., c'hoose one
or more Assignees of his esta'e. will e. held at a
Court of Rlaukruptcy, to be hollden at t'ity Hall, on
Wallace Street, Virginia City, Madion Cousty.
Montana Territory. before Theet. lufty. R.egister,
on the ?th day of August, .. 1). latie, at I,
o'clock. A. M.
LAWRENI'E & IlEI,.Es.)
Helena. M. T.
Att'ys for Petitioner." NEll. Iiowil.
U S. Marshall tas Me.±enger)
for the D)istriot of Montana Territory-.
Thins is to ,-ive Notice:
That on the 30th day of July, A. It. 1rt;,. a War
rant in .ankruptey was issued against the estate of
Sidney E. Child, of the County of fleer Lodge, and
Territory of Montanau who has been adjudged a
Bankrupt on his own petition; that the aymeontof
any debts and delivery of any property belonging
to such Bankrupt. to him, or for his use, and the
transfer of any property by him are forbidden by
law; that a meeting of the creditors of the said
Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to choose one
or more Aisignees of his estate, will be held at a
Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at City Hall, on
Wallae 8treet, Virginia City. Madison County,
Montana Territory. before Theo. Muftly. Register.
on the 15th day of Septtemuber, A. I). ltid, at 1),
o'clock. A. M.
"(itEo. M. PIYNEY. 1
Att'y for I'etitioner.")
I'. S. Marshall (as~ Messenger)
for the listrict of Montana Territory
Thi- is t o : -iv(- Not i('(":
That on the let day of At.tnst. A. I). 1it.. a
Warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against the es
tate ot Abraham Cohn. of the Town of Helena, in
the Counrty of Lewis and Clarke, and Territory of
Montana. who has been adiltdged a CIankrupt on
his own petition; that the payment of any debts and
delivery of any property belonging to such Bank
rupt, to him, or for L.is use. and the transler of any
property by him are firbidden by law: that a
meeting of the creditors of the Iankrupt, to prove
their debts, and to chase one or more Assignees of
his estate, wril be held at a (Court of Bankruptry,
to be holdeu at City Hall, on 'Wallace street, Vir
ginia City, Madison County. Montana Temtory,
before Theo. Mnoluy. Register, on the lst dlay of
August, A. D. 1NiM , at 10 o'clock, A. 1M.
"JNo. II. NttopEt,
Helena. M. T. (Sig'nel)
Att'y for Petitioner."' NKtL IIOWIE.
L. S. Marshell (as Messenger)
District of Montana Territory
D R. FRANKLIN advocated early marriages
fssays for Young Men, on this and other sub
Jects, being a Guide to Marriage and Conjugal
Felicity, by benevolent Physicians, seat by mail,
in sea led letter envelopes. free of charge. Address,
HOWARD ASSOC2IATION. Box P., Philadelphia,
Of the whereabouts of George W. Bradley,
when last heard from he was a member of a Cali
fornia Regiment, located at Fort Churchill, Nev
ida. Any information of his whereabouts will
gratefully received by his father.
JOHN A. BRADLEY.
California ad Nevada papers please oopy. dw,
Territorial and County Registered Warrat
wanted, for which the highest market price will
paid by l. U1. HER3HF1ILD & CO.
Proposals for Fresh Beef.
Omc'E AI4'NG Cotist'Y OF 8t'llRISTNWCE.
Fosr MHAW. M. T., July 15, leti. J
SEALED Proposals, in Diuplieate) will be
ceived at this office until 12 M., on Saturd
August 15th, IMt4, for furnishing net Beef on t
blocs, for Fort Shaw, M. T., from the 1st day
September 1", to the 31st day of August 1869.
The follow ing regulations must be observed, v
The beef to be of good and wholesome qualit
with equal portions of fore and hind quarter
Necks, shanks and kidney fat to be excluded.
The necks of the Cattle slkeaghtered for B
under this contract, shall be out off at the fonu
vertebral joint. and the breast trimmed down.
The shanks of the forequarters shall be cut ."r'
four inches above the knee Joint, sad of the hi.n'
quarters from six to eight inches above the ga
brel or hock joint.
The Contractor will be required to weigh a..,'
issue the Beef on the order of the Post Commisar'
Bidders will state the price per pound net.
Each copy of each proposal must have past
at its head, a copy of this advertisement.
The undersigned reserves the right to reject a. ,
rand all bids that may be offered.
Payment to be made in such funds as the Lni:el1
States may furnish for that purpose.
Bidders are Invited to be present at the openi as
of the bids. No bid will be considered, unteem
companied by a written guarantee of at least t
responsible parties, that the Bidder will sign o :
contract and give sufficient security for its fulb'
ment, if the award is made in his favor.
Contracts to be subject to the approval of ,
Post Commander, Commanding officer District .,r
Montana. Commanading ofieer delartment
Dakota and the Commisary General of Subu
tenceo i. S. Army.
Proposals to be enclosed in an envelope and
dotmed, " l'roposals for Fresh Beef,' and addres+
to the undersigned. WILLIAM KAPUS,
2nd Lieut. R. Q'r M 13th U. S. Infantry
iylC-dtd Acting Commissary of Subsisten -
Higgins & Hagador.,
Wholesale and Retail
MEAIN t* TVRET, 71.
HELENA, - - - "'MONTANA.
A large and spleadid assortment of
Groceries, Llquors, Tobacco.
Hardware, etc., etc.
Kept cosutantly on hand.
Liberal sdvanooeen's made on cousignment.
al i dlesript.su of goods.
(Grds detrHyred in the city free of charge.
Tle e aprtnersbip heretoforeo existing betwesa
eourge Perry, Louis Bruciman and Henry
Wyttembaob, under the airm name (eorge Perry
& Co., s this day dissolved by nlttnal eonset.
All aecounts agalat sad due the firm will be
settled by George Peery ad Louis B rIaekma, who
will ouetinue the buslness under the mate firm as
Limcol Golck. May I, 16~. d-ltwtr-.
sILVEU DOW HOTEL,
guses CouMM MeaTAMA.