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The Eitana Post
FRIlDA1 tMORNING, AVGLUT S3
IIL7WN & ME'ET. New Ycrk Timeg Bulding.
a1 Prk Row are the sul agents f.ir MoNTANA
PATr. for the Euater. States
W. T. AnAwmrnr. Fort Benton.
M A. J `xrrit. Baunack.
J. M. F Is i. Sier ing. ItA Sporint Di.-r..
BtH.Lt!.i.R . ALL F4. Silver D..w.
JAMIle S1UAKT. I)...r 'Lodxe.
VV " :"":" C& '. HeIl Gate.
W P. PARSON*. iallatin City.
i. I'%1 1 "Lh.OI Gem..a Outeb.
".ý. PERKY. L.inc-ln G;ulch.
t".". k*. .. I . Radersburr.
%. H. IIAMg1.TOai. Son River Croe.'.ue
HI. H. HATIAAWT. Hibhland D:btrrwe
F. lilt"RC'H. Summ:t ('1tc.
H. C. Joll'osN Blacklot
WELhKT W Jr'NES Reynolds' City Elk Creek.
J. S. WIt LIAY$. St. Louie. It..
L.. 1P. F1 -il. San Francisco. Ca:.
HEKTY RIERIiLN Arrenta.
II. ELLii. & Co Leesburgh. Salmon RiL r Mrrrs
DA' I'A .NP..KT, ('."nf-ierate iu'.ch.
B BýriEEK. B..ulder Va..'*.
MOETiOMERT, Bear Gulch and adjacent Wine'
1i. C. WreoLI Butte City.
I.T""s..F. N. BR" -. K. Beartown. Si. T.
LAS it W-IL_& -. tklzerun City..
he..r. us ýrrtcr- are beld on each Sabbath c
',e M. }:. Church.
1.'rr.: it i.e! ra: e' ten. Evening half pes'
4; 10:. CONYFORT, Pastor.
Arrivals at the IternaU onal H teld.
\T Snarpoack. American Bar: Chas W.rtb. do. I
.'..'pb Ve:...n .i.. I' H:;i. Deer L.odge; C I.
('ra Fort Shaw: F M CLild and wife. Trinity.
KW Lupp..d. Lhamond; John Bailey. de.: I'
"'cl',te. Be.:..r. Th.,e Lemon Fort RliMV: fl Hirsb
rrman Barnack. II, n Jam"s Tufts. 'iathead Agen
WV E C('lrn. A J Heed i Wo.lff. E:k Crek.
1: N.;..r. p n-on
Ir. r Tuesdays I.,.iy.
S<t I -Those cabalistic letters
-, trr -rar, ado,. a;.irnted our cap. and we were
,stil pr. . 1 : 'uiern. but nerer more so than now
S:.en we .. k back to New Haven Conn.. use of
*he great seats of !earning in the l'oite.. State- and
note the c.r.d.t:. of :sJ ' Couleg:aTe and Commer
,.: Ins'.tue to, wh:ih tL , letters referred. and
* Ia Lich a e were formerly an humbe member and
a low rack . ra.!uate. ionee leaving it we have
never faiet-t. .n Ir:rate to recommen-i it as the best
h.bo., in the country for bo-s. and we now em
brate the. .pprturity ifr saying the same thing in
; ub!:e. :Stuated in a fne loUation~ in one of the
,u .t beautiful and one of the most healthful cities
n the Ir:.ed Sta'es. provided with extensive
bi;,.dings of not only a convenient but an elegant
Sharzater, asd presidedl over by a corps of ingtrnc
• rs unsurpassed to ability by any in the Union.
managed and controlled by one whose white hair
and pleasant countenance endear him to all who
are placed urderhis care, there is certainly no bet
:er place to a hIch l.. send bt} a for the purpose of
string them either a Collegiate or a Commercial
.-ducation. than the ins:itutrin referred to. Gen.
VWnm 11. Ros;e. its pr:ncipal. is no bungler in his
profession. but has had such an experieace as has
given him a perfect insight into a.d aders.tdiua.
*I the y.,uthfu" character and the means by which
: stu;ld be ctlt:vatexd lie has !earned that the
.eveiopment of the mind and the body must be
:umtvated er.temporaaeonaly. and be has therefore
;Ircvided all those applianoes which will best pro
m,'e the health ant rigur of the Ilhysicl system
Besides an excellent gymnasium and bowling alley
:here is attached to his establishment a complete
armory. enatbitng hs pupils to take exercise both
:n infantry, cavalry and artillery practice, in all of
which they are regularly drilled by some of the
,..st competent ntl.tary instructors in the country.
Not only does this 'i esies of exercise develops to the
best manner, all the museles of the body, but it in
ca:cates into the mind thee* ideas of s. stem and
,order which are so necessary in a school and so
useful n after life. And this system seems o per
vade the entire institute. We have seen sad at
'ended schools where the only thought seewed to
be to keep a laupil ýtudying. no sr.atter what the
"ut'ect of hi: study. and where arithmetic or astrol
-y er.erv*d equally well the purpose .f the teecher.
But at (;enerai Russell's. sytematic courses are ar
ranged which, if the pupil apply himself, will.
within a definte length of time St him for college
Sr business. To thuose who can advance more rap
dl- than cnnetnnlated by the rewular course am
rle facilities for o doug aire given The buarding
department of the school is also conducted in an
unexceptional manner. W'e ooakId ll a column
with wel: merted recommendations of this school,
but we have not the space re.0isite at oar com
uiand. There are thuse in the country. besides
Surselves, who are prepared to speak in the high
.-t terms f the institutiom referred to. and ono
recemn:t returned to 't. C. I." whose experiences
there at toe former time were of so pleasant a
:haracter that be hab gone to renew them. That
:..s first visit resulted in much good to him; we
can ourselves vouch. and we regard the progrem
made by him as a proof of the truth of our as
-ertions in praise of the school.
To all who w:rh further Iaformation con
Sern ing it we hal: te pleased to speak in private.
an. are Cooideo: that we cran inoce them t. I
"Ai .k with us. Al:thugh the adverta nment of
he 'ol:egiate and Commercial Institute aplpeara
n another column. and to which we would re'er
ur readers this n.,tice is not written as a pufS for
.but as ,be epre.sion of our semtients, the
sentiments of one who knows whereof he speak*
THEATRIC'AL.-Madame Scheller ap.
i pared before a large and enthusiastic audi-ene.
m ,mposed largely I ladies. n the character ,fI
* Mathilde - The replreser:ation was one which
* hbibited an entirejy diffi rest character of actinr
trom her ' Marie space wi l not permit tis to
-teak of the perftrmance as it de.ervese but the
ng Tiou art ,o a.ear an-i yet so tar was rend
* red more beaut:tu'tv than we have ever beard it
te:.ir, and te havre heard it sung by Mile. Kel
'gge It was errc-d most rapturously. Messrs
1,a dr-n .lartio Browne and Shields were never
tettert n their respy-tiv- parts. Mrs. F'zwilliams
as ar..-re c.rrrect tha i e:1.ctionate as a grand
war. This i e..r-.. .%.at.o e n c chailer appears
. Pauline. . TLhe aIdy- f Ly ons. " iiur
.:;zns may ezpe..t a rare treat. At the time
Madame SEct...er p'ay -it Pant n*" at Niblo's
iarden. the first critics of New York pronounced
-.-r :mpersnation one of the sforet e r s-en
h"o n the New York brord., and in s< me .oin~t st
;er:..r n ooocepti"m to that of the met famous
actresses who pr-ceded her. The critic of Wilkes'
,Peri promemoowd her Pauline.' is may pmnat.
- 7ierior to that of Helen Faucit. the urigiihal 'Pan
na. :iw:n Frrestr. after Madame Scheller's
:-.:,-a: .n of the character, addressed her a
-h'y ta:'er.ng lettr. in vhicb he exprresed the
. ;.oiuo tht hbe had never before witseased the
-.'t. a Claude's cottageo ., n it acted. W aidr,o
S n .aode." The remamier ot the cast is stroom.
1\ e can assure our eoitt that no ocasies will
-rer be offered of enjoying so rare a dramatic
"rear dur:ng tLe ergag.r meat of Ibis .*ebrated
Bhi-; Iifj-.i - There· is a golden ode on
...dge StLee jsat &r abe Lhe Lead.1 4Maim. II &I
be magn kd oce oif the iargtt ectahblahmeut in the
13--tkbe dry gCoxs lLuse of Mr. F. Poasak.
ir P. Las tees engalred in Li4 preect uceutpatiu
t ver &isce t.-rv wa" a :&4!y o l~cna .t buy gool.
.L.! bas bu:t up fuw h :L-. " at Wt no" That will
curupare Iart'ably % a any in the c:ty. Hise Sltw
a !araar.te re*.rt Am the ladies froam the fact that
'ey ea a uaNi iLu d Lere a lartg sUtTfrC·t ta of I
* ape: dry o.r.t.. at res-nabl e price& He aso
1 ecp os had a fine aesautmest -t mlilliory foods.
such && will be sore to meo t be O of thoe whbo
,-e srchibaa for a 'dtwa of a boont. We
eladly 11 rstemsdie to bim advertl mt. wb" is
to be fad ia SOhber portios of O W er* sad in
wbiac is mum spectfemJay esummutd U uw re
umber of desirsbl. sooed to be Lfoud at Li as
Bids for printing 'Prnijml Nacph
.ot far fte Agrdvkl 1'k, to be bem I OeTo
tATr zI t. won -- re ved tOAt tb7 3co 11 1,
rGsm WA tw pretling 5W0 E'amdpble' wm *10
mpOS ." ..
AWSM So SM Fm?.
L iw 60M Oma N.. S Wad sua lag
is - o &
HoMZ AGoAI.-Mr. C. C. Huntley, one
od se mas4m eaVaw io me% as . ie of
the mset agresaW Irgtlemme ia Se eouetry, has
jas retaured from Wasbligtoe. where be h be"e
attending to besses eseaetes d with several new
mail rotes whsih have established in the
Territory. We are glad to learn that he has ir
ceived the contreet fr the oarrying of the mails
on a smber etf . ie leaga~ r.. te i from
Helms to Wlal Wali, brt perhaps the
most impertlat me is that 1 he laves Virginia
City and traese thel emire length of be Deer
Lodge Vallev. aspplying with postal facilities Sil
ver Bow. Highland. Deer Lodge. Cable, Phillip
burg, Georgttowa, EmmetabmrR and Bertown.
He has also reselved the . ontre for carrying the
mails from here to Diamond, to New York sad
Kadersborg. Yoo have certainly dose a good
season. s wok a the Natia l Capital, "C. C." and
we are glac of it,-giad that our people are to
have their mail matter entrusted to one who will
deliver it as promptly as we are cofident that you
Rn&;ER.. -He of the Indepenadent, of
the 'Empire" county, of old time memory anad
the order of Rood fellows, has been spending a ew-
days in town and a few moments to our office. A
truce was temporarily deelared and ae "ejoyed a
seaso of sweet communion only equalled by that
which took iPlace when the pickets of the two ar
•ies in the late war enjoyed an amtesty of their
own maksag, and exchanged their coffee and to
baeco on the line. Come up and see us often. "J.
II. We only obiect to your politics, and th, se
only serve, by contrast, to highten outr aprecia
tion for your other qualities.
BANK' AN. ) BAN.Kaut.-Mr. l. 1I.
lerehfield. of the firm of L. II. IIershfield & Bro.,
one of the longest established and most substan
tial banking houet in the Territory. left for the
States yesterday. Mr. Iersh field is one of those
w-ho by a strict aheranoce to bulsiaem principles
has placed himself in the front rank of the moneyed
men of the Territory, anm obtained the contidence
of the community in which he resides. May the
day.t which he spend.s away from us he briefly
numbered .... (n the 1: th inst.. that popular insti
tution. the First National .ank. declared and paid
a quarterly dividend of ten per cent. We are glad
to notice that the gentlemanly dealing.with which
the oficers of this bank favor their customer,. is
not without it. reward.
FOR SALT LAKE.-The Savage artiet,
savage only in name. but entirely agreeable in na
ture he who has been fl:inag his porttoho with
specimens of Montana scenery took his departure
for Salt Lake on Saturday's coach. He expresses
himself as much pleased with his visit to his north
era neighbors, and we only hope that his pleasure
maty be equal to that which we have experienced
in meeting him, and that he may son find opp,r
tunýty to visit us again. We are indebted to him
for some beautiful views of Salt lake ('its. Sho"
shone Falls. &c
TOTAL ECLII'E.-A total elcipee tf the
sun takes place to-day. It may be interesting
to our readers to know, and thereby save an im
mense deal of smoked glass. that it occurs during
the night, and can be sees only in Eastern Africa,
Southern Asia and Australia Li ke the election of
Seymour it will not be vriile in the United
AcCIDENT.-Mr. Joe Travis was thrown
from a bucking horse when about three miles from
town. to-day. and suffered a seveers contusion of
the skull. He was attended by Dr. Harlow. and
it is thought that be is aat as seriously injured but
that ne will recover.
From Wednesdays Daily.
DIsc.tAClrCL SeCz .-u-We seldom
feel called upon to record scenes of a family char.
acter. but whie they become so public as the one
we witnessed yesterday at the Internatioeal Hotel
we do out think the charge of catering to morbid
curiosity ean be Justly preferred against as it we
state the facts connected with it The public are
generally aware that the wife of Mr. Germala
(Proprietor of the Internatioual Hotel,) arrived
here some time since, and made applicati;o to the
District Court fr a divorce and alimoev, and that
on applicati.on to the Court by her Attorneys. Sho.
ber tnd Johnson. the Court directed Mr. Germain
to pay his wife N42 per week for the support of
herself and ch;ld, pending the trial. For some
weeks past Mr- Germain has btee stoppiag at the
Saint LouI. Hotel. and yesterday, evidenly de
siring to precipitate matters, proceeded to the In
teriational. At the time of our arrival in the' i
rinity she was standing upon the balcony iarangu
irg a small e'rwd in front u: the Hotel. I'pot the
con.:!uiomn of her speech it was ve.l by said crowd
that Mrs i3. should remain at the house where sthe
then was, the vote being given in such a manner
that would lead a stranger very nearly to the con
c'usion that the mob owned the hotel. Policeman
Warfield then put in his appearance, armed with
the authority of a warrant. and proceeded to re
In,,le Mrs. (. from the premises-an operaion
t.ially ptrformed after much resistance on the part
o,f Mr.. G. and her little son; and not without fre
quent co,.lmand- fronm the crowd to the policeman
that he i.ould .!esist. But the crown in act of law
lesner ..on .he I art of by standere was accomplished
when thiy usetanded that Mr. Germain should be
hroug!t out. This dewmad was not only made.
but several of the boisterous "hbie." preumed to
enter the iiuose t Mr. Gieronia it~ a threatening
matner. At this atncture of affairs Col. Jobnsn.
the attorney of Mrs.. Gerlmain, commanded thb.
crowd to "stand bark and act like men of sense."
qIr. Johnson assured the crowd that Mr. Germain
had done all that the Court required or that Mrs.
Germain's attorneys had asked to be done, while
the case was pending ia Court We have so doubt
that Mr. Germain would have suffered personal ia
jury but for the somewhat forrible interposition of
some of our citisene. and the gcud ofices of Mrs.
We should have bees loth to believe that such a
scene as the one described had traslpired in our
city. had the report ea.e Itas of Sihe lawhs man
nor of those who cooLgrgated in front of the iotel;
but being an eye witness to the a~ir we do not
hesitate to prmnounoe the eonduct of Mrs. G. to be
evidence teat she has an almost iname temwgr, sad
the conduct of the crowd a disgrace to the eivili
zation ut Hlfeua VWebave DO opinion to express
.s to the merits of the ase in Court, but have ree
So to believe that ample justice will be doe to
btxh parties. ani we hold it to be our duty to
frown upon and criticise in sever tte I ach acts
of moboracy as those above deseribed.
F FROM CALIFORNIA. -Pack trains are
o:wtatly supplyig o.ur arke. t with a saperio
quality of goods from the uthcr side. Om Moeay
Mesrs Loeb Bro rweedvd tar e tok of blaak.
a, aselet driliags, and gMaee RhUM UL h, im
I ported by themmlve hrm t old a -rr. They
now have a& issmease soak. wbhih Ie kpt *e
steatly bees by "w rrival, mad wblb so erm
be -ars emad tr It. The Mem Le ek do, berw
eve, mam o W Sad Geladmega phmeawe Nombs
*I emesme~t p' upai tine, smnmmtd by
I" am smum.eft of ame e ge" Gofneme Im low
Sat wMkbsh . ey asm m. 3Mn sot ad
I mo. Dow amm enmu meme Im be
head, a"M wMe mm"a&ra ON m
le o tel hMoe eam. stlto uge e s mhem'
.r. w* 4 -1
HBAD U. OG3AM AaIT1 O tH1 Iarvu1uc,
A4t. Gear. o0cm. Weas.ites, D. C.
Feberry 2, 186. L.
GENERAL ORDERe U
15. L.T Tlimles If Mostau,. Idaho. and
Us are bIby cometitated a Departmeet of the
Oiad Asmy of the Republie, to be known as the
"Depeattmet of Moutama."
IV. Comrade James H Mills. is hereby ap
potited Provisional Commaader of the Deparumset
of Montasa with Head Quarters at Virginia City,
Moataf Cemade* W. t. nds Is desiganed
as Amrsisat Adjoubt Oeasl. They will be
obeyed and respected accordingly. The
Department taff (except the Assistant Adiutaer
General.) will be nom.inated to the Commander-in
Cief for oofllrmatioa.
By order of
A. P. CHIrMAN, JOHN A. IA)(;AN.
Adj't. General. Comdr-in-Cho.
[Official.] Wtm. T. COLI.IN, .- AG .
tII AD tMs. tiAANi ARIT OF TflE Rart IlLu..
Ikepart.ment of Montana.
Virginia City, Augaut 10, 18!
1. In parsusne of pararaph UtI and IV, of
Gemeral Orders No. 7. consu ries, teemed by the
Commander in-Chief the undersig.ed hereby as
sumes command of the Departmoet es Mou.sa.,
comprising the Territories of Montaea. Idaho. and
II. The lead, Quarters .-f the Department. un
til further orders will be at Virginia Cite. Mon
II. The coma-anders of the various P.ts,. now
organized within this Department will make a -e
port forthwith to these Head Quarters, of the name.
ocat:oon. strength, and officers of each Post, with
the amount of moneys or property on hand at the
close of the last luar cr preceding the reoe;pt of
IV. Applications for the formation of new Post.,
madte by a souficient number of duly .luaiitied
honorably discharged soldiers or seamen, to these
lead Quarters, will receive prompt attention.
V. Comrade George L. Shoup, of Salmon City.
Idaho, sad Charles H. Hempstead, Salt Lake City.
I tab. have been nominated to the Commander in
Chief as Aides-de-Camp upon the Staff of the De
partment Commander, in pursuance of the surge"
lion in General Order. No. t. dated ieed Quarters.
Army of the Republic. February _9. Irte..
VI. All commusicationsshobld bemuarked "Ofi
cial Business." and addlresse to the Assistant Ad.l
J A M i. II. ]ILL8,
Commander Department of Moeata.
W. F. ANrDBaf. Asst. Adj't. General.
Fo i,! \IN.D HIVER.--Ve publith be
low a communication received several days since,
but which has been repeatedly crowded out. It
announces the purpuse of a number of men to pro
.eed in force to the rich country of the Wind River
mountains, there to thoroughly prospect for gold.
For several years the country referredl to has been
thought to be one of the richest in America. but a
sufficient force has never ) et been organized to
give it the thorough attenth!m it merits. The op
purtunity now offered is a good one for all who
wish to share the honor of "opening up' this un
known land, and we bope that our correspondent,
whose communlcation appears below. may be sue
oestful in organizing a large expl..rio party. The
expedition will be provided with an excellent
phi sacian and with wagons if it is founad expedi
eat. It is proposed to winter in the urountains
The letter expla:Is other matters .
RAI)KlsL'HstK.., Aug. 13. Irtir.
EDITOR Por :--'lease announce through your
widely circulatedl paper, that we want three ha
dred good men to prospect in the Big Hora and
Wind River mountains; each man to be well armed
with not ass than two hundred ruewds of ammuni
tion. and six mothe' rstont . Every mea. before
starting mat take an eath to eberve strict di
•-lne, necesary is an expedition of this kind to
insure asucess and safety We will start from thi'
place on the 15th of September. All wi.hing to
avail themselves of an opportunity o visit that de
lightfol agrmultural sld gold euostry. which
dobtbless the Sioox wil; dispute with us. must be
hese by the 1th of September We mean busine's
The garden spot of the West mast be occupie.s by
white men. A camp once established there, and it
will induce hundreds of enterprising men to settle
npthose ich valleys, and the gulches wdil be prue
pected. Respectfully. K. it. ING(RAM.
I. V IVEON.
Ac~Oio LEDIMzgieN.-We acknowl
edge the .eceipt from the Hon. James M. Cava
naugh of a bound volume of the Congresional
Globe. contaiuini the p.r.ceedlpgs of the first see
sigo of the 40th Congress. We also have re:eivesi
from the same sousee documentary volumes of the
war, state and agrieultural departments. for which
our Delegate has our thanks. Although not alto
gether of the most entertaialag charaoter, the
wersr reirred to are invaleable as books of refer
o-n Io an editorial s tam. wheoe the publie e
poet the most dry aad diasta.sat matter to be so
A-veed ard spiced ep as to be rendered lnterest
lag w itheot loetag its power to Instruet.
ITExS.-Mr. Uibeon, of Hog Emr, fa
vors us with a call and Informs a. that water is
plenty and =mies paying well......L C Gamier.
i:"! . the Presideut of the St. Leis and Montana
Mining Co.. arrived in town hfrm Phillipsburg) **
terday...... The rrsid s as the first cucumber. of
the season are now in market. Mr ;Goodell fur
isbhei us some six weeks ago...... An interesting
story entitled "We'll meet perchance." written by
our friend Charles Besserer of Boulder appears
in a recent number of the Waverly 3Magnaine. We
have not yet tound opportunity to read it. but hear
it highly spoken of.
NMil.) ('Oet.lTWm iTlT(, .-\We l.arn that
.1 W %Vh.tlarh. Es.1 , La* a'ppinted Mr. (',r.u
wright <upe.riutendeut of the Pdrk Mine and that
with a strong force he is to resumo work terreon
imaeilately. We regard this a most Jediios &a
p.intment and ,n'e "eminently tit to b- made.
Mr. C. is ,one of the oldest z. Ihe is one ,tf tie heit
miners in the Territory. 'Undeer hlis supervisiro
the P"Iark" will asow r;val the famo"n "Ioion.
of which he was so long 'master of ceremonies
By this uppointment wecmegtratulate Mr. Whitatch
iu having put the "right man in the rtght place "
FROM C(ALIFORNIA.-Pack trains are
ounstantly supplying our market with a sulwriter
qualt'y ct xools from the other side Yesterday
Messrs. Lab Bros. receired a large stock of blank
ets sheets, drillieg. and genaulo Rhine wine, im
ported by themuelves from the old country. They
now have oa immense stock. which is kept coo
staatlj frsh by ew arrivals.
VrwoarLa ITrms.-From the D,.nw
wrt: The Beam-ks hwav lelely depend their
chief .....Them blm ratms of Nadk eein oty
show ar average Demoerale majority of W .....
As extemed treaties n tirbei wheets whiek we
do aot espy. peedrrIg to refer or readrs to
o.e pbleskj .°."
Huoa.-Jebu Vuarey. who robbed Ju
lia O-umita t e.Wr g.4h reemly, wes bagf by
the sin M the heMid f Deep gmh o lat b
-emr ro - Mr. . G-le L Ie I it dot
d t06" IamV eto Ow OM h m al
HrRO 9W*9- A
I.Te followlUg poem, writtem by a yog lady
of No. Yorlt Aa s day seatee, last appeared
is ta. irw w IPea, Aaga3 1864. Its words
seem popte. iB of the eaind electi"o of
(me. Grat as the next Pr.lit.J
Father, to Thy throne asceadig.
List the Nationa' prayer to Thef
With their hearts and -oioes blending.
Ei(D-4 IANT-VICTilrY) '
We Lase suffered. O or Father.
Is the,.gre ar.s, liberty:
Now we awe to The for ineer
GCOI' -GaL T-VIcTORT !
Vacant chairs are in our h..ol.ehb.,L
Vacant bearta each day we see
That int anguish often whisper
,OD-l;ILANT-- I.* TORY !
Father. never let base :raitors
In this land of brave and tree.
Rule .,'er those whose hearts arc a i:g
GOlI--(lKANT--V( TokY '
fhots to Thee, our prayer is riorin
Thu+ we humbly come to Th*e.
4sking Thee in broken acoeats
OOD-- ARATN-V1 TOUT !
But ifThou wou Idt loager lisen,
We il submit our all orThe,
KEowing that is his good pleasure,
-;Oi will grant us li'tory .
S iben, whbe this dread strife is over.
And the day of peace we see.
l ea hall keep oar country' watcbhw .rt-
(1v0 asnd OA. r and ViToUt '
I rum Thursday's Iailv.
I)RAM A Tl .--A brilliant and delighted
auJienee witnessed the second representation of
the "*Pearl of avoy," last evenaing, which W.
performed admirably and receiv.nl pith t)most
hearty satisfaction by all lpreaent.
To-night. Ir the first time in )lontaa. w i.1 be
presented the beautiful drama o, "En'-sh Arden."
dramatized Irom Tenn son's immortal newum. whic i
is to-day one of the noblest monuments of the
English language. Madame Julie D M(riue
ritte has well succedesd in dramtat:zing ths poem
without marring the beauty or det, acting from the
onblimity of this adol of the heart.
The story is simple, yet touching. and full of pa.
thus. In the pretty village of Cornwall nestling
by the sounding sea. live I a beautful mnaiden,
Aune Lee. oIvers two lived upon her smiles.
Enoch was favored-Phi:l,p goes awas- with "a life
lbog hunger in his heart.' Life is gay and beau
tiful-soon ch..ude eume-want knocks at the dhoor
Oan_ driveas Enoch over "ilver asetlands to lnd of gold
-time drifts by- he teturas not-misery, with her
gaunt sister, wat. pirl Is abut the humble cot
tage. Phillip, with the memory of his old love.
hastens to solnfort and eonsoie Ten years go
slowly by--.och. a caastaway upon a desert "Isle
of the sea." waits in vain fora coming ship. Phil
lip. moved by Anna's amiction. &c.. tells the story
of his thra!ldom. At last Anne, convinced by a
vision that Enrch is happy. in heaven. weds Phil- I
lip. Rescued by a passinr ship. Enoch is brought !
to his native village-be finds Anne married and
happy and -cuntentss--he, full of that old love
that never dieth. d:es rather than bring ac., ud ult
on the happiness ot the idol ,of l;s youth by the
knowledge of his return.aad so he expires.., hero of
a beautiful devotion. Ike play is iutensely inter- I
erting. full of strong and thnlting dramatic points.
ad abounding in songs, choruses. dances and
tableaux. New and beautiful sco..ery by that cel
ebrated ,e*nic artist. J. Guido Methua, will add
greatly to the success of the pieee. By request
3MadaLme Scheller will sing that bewitching nouttish
ballad. "c'umng thrsough the Rye," which alone is
worth the admissi.,n. Mr. Walr,o,. as "Esooch. ,
and Martin. asM P hillip " are sufficient guarantee
of the soruccess f the Iplay. A failure t, witness
this ierformance i!!l be a s , ree of regret. Don't
tail to attend.
Figs in unlimited quantities at the
Novelty Stare. for greeabacks at per
MInlLErEi..StNTATION S H- "' [)1.
.Irt F4 F L .. '-The Hruid, that self appointed
guardias of the morals of everyone save itself that
newspaper budgeo.n that Lantg threatening.y over
the heads of. ut citizens, and in the true B.mtba.
tea Furiuu style. prensme. to dictate to them as to
w-hat they shall and what they sha!l no,,t .d fahling
in its other multtutinous and lying attemlts to
injure the POST. last night belabtiurs ut over the
hack of a "roar weak woman." He acses of,
taking lp the eudgel against Mrs. (ermaic. th
what a Jewel art thou. consistency. but we eannt
call thee Hreaid. Is its account of the affair at th.e
Internatiosal Hotel the immaculate sheet now on
the Broadsay to deatrertion. sail that Mrs d;er
main in a wild sad exeitedi manner. in i ,.,i t,.ne..
comumeoaed as appeal to the bystande:e. but that
owing to the "vebemeet mauser in which the
womas spoke and her peeolar amoest. so, coui l
sderstas d &ar Flak that she mid." We said that
Ms O. in hbe speeeh, showed an "almost insane
temper," the Herld that her manner was "'wild."
We consider both statements orree, but even if
they were sot we cannot perceive how that ' t the
Herald is any more complimeatary than otr own
We wil; however. charitably suppose that it was
the l'roeads igno.rauee of the Erglish! language.
which oi ila- , otten betra. ed.and a pro"f of whit th
a;l be found in the albove -ilotation. tie a' r.s li+d
it to hmi.:nterlret our ~oimmtn's. .m1:s . :; anl
nut the Ltib.astc Ihrald i- the pr',alr Joarty
, criti..z ,or r'marks, atnd i;f she thinks she bat
been aggrieved. she kas an .. pi; rtunij.ty l:rel to
wet heraslt rIkht through uu r columns. * e stated.
diLstictly is our artmle that we had so "- isles to
expres-as to the merits ,f theca-e in court. and we
only proposed to deal with bets. ahich a. beheld.
and which Mr. (;ermaiu made public.
Our criticism .na the conduct of bvatan.iers was
meant to be se ere . and so far as * insane tellller'
is eoncersed, we are very wilting to let the public
judge withour any further comment. We have
e--ver fo br ofurr.te the amenities of a civilized
lile as to so treat a female as to deserve and r -
%,eive a horsewhipping from one of the sex on the
street. Can the responsible portion of tle I H.aid,
editorial corpse say as rmuch
TIHE (OL.Y ('IIAN~ --The steani.-r
Only Chace arrived at Cow Il:aid, Aurgust 1I1'.
thiry-nine days from -t. Im4ui- hbaying o,n b.arl
I J toon of freight f.,r Benton 'be (nly, .(i.~c
will leave Cow lland fr St. Luuis. .Septienber I1
Capt. Townsend can be found at Messrs. Carr.ll &
8teele*. Fort Beuton, ready a' all times tu .Av
paseeager his attention. Call nu him before pro,
Scring tickets elewhere. Mackanaws will be in
readiness to convey pasIegers to the Only Chance
oamn after August 2tb. The Only Chance is of
erelemly light draft, sad hi mw lyiag below all
f the dlanges rapids i d aboal m the river
Her mater, Capt a Thomas Towseed. Is poken
of in terms of the highest pras by all who have
ever travelel with him, ad will tail t the le
ar all agreememnts od promises that be -y make.
We rnmsied bet b but sa coumawder.
PZtsoxU..-C. U. Birdseye, merchant i
i Dakfeit,, albe Mr. MeKay, of the 1rm of Pea
a*mk & Ce.. f the ae plee have been. paylag
a vW~ ah to metwepell. Whe they ome bei
b mipl .......We were lbe homene by a al
's "aI 4Me,. mei ber elm toa the
M= ftm Dowr Ledge, s.nmy. Me. Is a sab
S-m pol Gmas and add* she
bb PON&= we auk he we mabe a eed ainwsoer
4A 1eep M eps digie Ia di bbeft eftle mse
aaeme. Onse apl M.
FIrx DIitPAIAY.-The window of the
First National Bank preseated a sight yesterday
whieh meet have been very cbeeriag to every noe
laneresd h the qurts itmereu of Mostma Ter
ritory, sad particularly the Silver District of Flint
Creek. In it were corded up about 7U0 pounds of
silver retort, which we are informed will average
from 950 to ký't fine. This lot of retort was brought
from the Pbillip.targ MI! by Mr. Louis C. E;aruier.
ad is the result of ten days rou. Mr. 4;aruier
Preeideut of the St. Loai.s and Moutana M:u in
C.,.. .me of the s,li.! ,ien o~ f St. Lon., has. aduring
his stay at Pbillpshurg, thoroughly retittedl the
tmill. inireasiag the poswer and putting the ria
cbioerv in first class ,.r,ter. We are reliab!v as
sure. that bereafler the silver productin f.t Flint
Creek will form a rtead.v stream, incresJint iu i.,
urme the tide of wealth wLach *eins to be alrealv
so favorably setting in for the `t. .,,uis4 o t',mlsny
FIRE t\N t(I) NEY STREET, itETI-: EEN
Fiarm A.u S1xrR AV'F..tFroA log dlwelling
h..os beloeging to Richard Lockey. Esq.. wasd:s
covered to tL on fire about 4 o'clock p. m pe.ter
day. The alarm was given by the Chur-ch bei;
and the citizens answered the call lronaltlyv
The fire was soon extioguished., with but l:ttle
dlamage. I: is saptosed. t be the work t,,f Mn i
cendiary. as the house has n..t been .c.'p ~ .-l fI r
some two, weeks. The door waus !.i. - .1ant h.a I t..
be broken open ti gain lamhnisi1,: Much credi: i
dime to Mr. John -a underlich, of Haglh anwl. an.
Mr. Rost Decan Tr r their n:melv nil Lok o(n
bare. tl. ' ir.e Tree" i yawv ang for ..u titer %. r
INDIAN M.ATTE. lt' .T i)I M\\ N.NI-t in
Friday last the ludiana k;lied an ,,x at Snurt-r
land'a .aw lill, on DeepI creek at,.Lut ti.e tv
miles fr,,:n DIiamn,do , an.l tLr.a'.i.ne to bprn
the buid;ng. On :nnday an Iml.au n .e
seen in Ka niaN creek by .Mr. Smith. nt h~ wa: .rt
)is way t-, I itnmpaon. carr 'ng ti.h . \; re-. Ingh'
beture last th:.-r ,I.:l: ana .-er. - n :r ::." :l "y
of the ,gta.g *.ra:;"n at the In.ia; th '!. e cant ,n.
lice mi;es below Liamood. All the smasller canip
in the vicinity .,t Diamtond have heen aanrni.,r,ed
through fear ''t th" .avaae. t,: rt ., ! nn,.r.*. and
fitty mo. n at I hon.plso belfore th,- excit..ment. Mr.
r11it. t. - p rei--nma. . in.frrn. t: . at there ar,
onu! al.out .:xrv left. L.are !;TIrs are kept burt,:in
near the corrals daring the Light to prevent the
Inlidans fronm t-ali.ru the st.rk. No further news
tban that jpubli-he.i by r± hams 't her.-n rer-:rend
at I):anruln ce.ul..rr.ngt :,e li:an :hunlrr-.
ITEM--.-An -xhibition of the fire .*'X
tinguisher n i.l be K' r.n -by C,,ir "ander.. ,qq ,..-rtie
the t'atho'n:: " - llr.h t: a ev.ning at ,'n'l.- k.
A small frani.. hiis.'e constructe,l fr the nurl.one
will be set in flannes. and the ext oguisher then
caliled upon to iput tt the fre...... Mears F. Ikhm
d Co smelte.d a 4:!.4 ounce brick e.t-rdLay worth
~l1.lil inu clurr-ncy. ...The ra.i&e for the benefit
of the a..lt,,w and children of Mr. :. if. I'acey
has .e I*n stp1*.e.i ,,ntil Saturday.
l't'Etsin-' . 1A. .%.-In the match bt
twe..n B 1 i1:.'..'- b.ay hnire ani l rat. t a"..o
Tuesday .ast at at." Fa.''ioen I ,lr.e, the • irrepress
ible Billy ' ,: awayv with the stake, Ian lomne
ly. n iuuing by ,orle lengths. After "ti, uMain
race wLh;'l was ,,r i.~'*M two others, 'ate ,,fl for a
.:nail pure. V\ il'."n n .:ner in b.,th. I.!' " :, - hbe
"ann' rt gno. aniywhere,' aod i- e.n for anmither.
7ZKctrjc.e, havte ' i:l aeI-n it. the grclat
seasati.e rhow at tbe N.,veity Store.
ON '1'llliL: TntA%fEI.~-.-4 iov. *Iutzr and
Major Culien, after a pleasant ,'ai ur0 at the Flat
head acene,-. went t.. Fo.rt )wve' 1 h-v reticrncv
to Hlenua last nighL With them came Mr. J.W MIc
Cirmick. Icclarc Agent. now hb.aini charge of the
NOT ('eMiINc;.-%%e learn that Mr.
Phdillp Lbeidaewamer, who «a. at i ne tinie ex
peed toe eret a ezteative r Iter n,;;' at lbiblil"+
borg daOy Rot prepsee rcturnina tI, the Terrin ry
at psse t. He is mow et. .p.in. at: V :rginia. N."
ada, abere be is. we believe. ntereatccl in cc
$5O JEWAXD!-D Ti. abovel'n reward
will he paid fur iuLaiw ati.r ,f tnc- jpre-.ort tjerc-a
bowt, of J. W. Clark and C. I. O rail . i... Las e
absconded fr'm their claic on te Pr1I'ckly l'.-ar.
taking with tbhe a large airnlunt icf mnnev. at.l
swindliag every noe who. Lail traaac-tiictrac . h
them. especially rigds. a h., a;.Ied theta bc-ie
they were redneed to the %erci o.f beicgioa,. "ii
Clarks iekig Wie el e exialci trI.c - InI.eoa c, a
cloes b se. H. hals from (:l!t:cinnf5. Obi.. and
Craig from the northern t'art if It'n-..ct A-?w.i,
greater rogum rnaaer thi'recc d.) n..t exns'. I
sais to b teh bere fur @z:ibitibti.
agldldtwfw t;E-). Si LEAN.
CIurdnsa papers pleascei-. -" aUd ,D1.vi :i l .
..!ties of Moetana POST.
WmJAo, FARGO & (ct.--1'.r the infor
mattion of the pitilbtc we jul ':ir a ncnatenebt lf the
fare on this lc.e. which is it, eurrc'nvct
Ilena 'ipm .maa a ..... ..... .....(.....rl (M,
Virginia to Omaha ... ................. .1.1; (Ni
liele na tic , ilt L.as .......i..... .
lielena to A itgiiia......
llrli na tie F i t Beat-·n ............. l-ce 1t
Omtaha t,. lt.-nc . .r. . ,.f R. 1: . rI cc
c)uc.aia t,.i/enver ................t..... . r .
NOTIC'E TO T AX I'.\AYFU.-.-he aaaet-s
u.c-nt roll fur the year ltoF'. having been reeic\ -d
by me caceir~ibr- c t~ Inac. tje;s is t. j.c fi nl.'.co that
,e TerrC:c.rul aol Cocitnt tawis are tit dmii-. aol
sehiil be pail ., ac. inctnecliatcl-l. at uci- .iMcc. at
the (Jcianrt F.iciae inileia I c.KN;
lielenia. Julyti -... P-t? liii itv C~cL~e.-ticr
* :n :~ --lr'·!aaut- '..-1i~nL :I[-4*-nn
¶h.- \..Sor r~ ··i
r., I A' Ll t\!- It" 1 i n- L1; it
n·` irb CIU I('a~c~ ~t.r ~~h.v Rr· tira i~
hait.% N- t t!e .r plla.. *.
at... k-f 1'Or. Ie au 'v d.
O 1,- 1 e- o -o"rt. r .g' : iu er) - kr . lrti.I
%I j-, in 9 It.wri. Di'a::,- r
NMer I n..e. 4uiL,C.c-. I S-,ii,et Tr !zmfi.fg. I. i,4e it-I.
?'t anvili nz and 7,e 1 ti- Dir% 4;
n;- t( at cAu 1w eu. -i 1--r Thi-V a1.4'. h'.
Lao au enli-t .. ;fL. a.'. .-Ip r:i IL);.
4 ;.A'. - -- ris IfW4 AL I C Eili, ljar *jv
?: lin -rv atA tU-,ink -, A ll ,-I 'Lrit
G. & P -- at , -W r.'.:
HANTEI).-.I de.6rinz- s-'.te:dy emn
Motel p~obroo utbTrar.'s ISM L. H-,ena
M I M -.1 by k ia OF M- (7ark .
Srý-i-t have rvuen*!y purcba i.t thae nt:,-e ti-k.
IKaundk. LevY & C,... 4.:et' Aeri.-rA'i ( -..'l:z
C- . nmo-iting t-P .ver *. -- tkp dtian d , ' t~
o h-eta itt-e~i t., Ths-ir aWreaat'. Leavy imraw,-. l-
tip in the aaC.(regrata to ove-r u'r tAd',tdred r,, I v
t/"..f,.d.,ar4 By- the the !,,!-r 44--1 in
ifeta.. it Will be 1`0-ra mat tevat'. ertisi. T., A-,]
a:l 6-..ois at Mir.y e r~, - lowe tim I&D LY oter
ii' Mu titra. Theirao rw .It oqne seolettd wth
trreat -are anti witkba tiew T., h-. "A~'n.!! -,f t
wboieae and ret ail trade ard r.puiujriseit every
liarietY of 4'i'1t.' Furnitk .:w G.-ma -Lary (o mUds.
Clothmng. &Puts and ,Jho"e. Etc_. Ete Theýir i4:.iore
is located nex! dmwa to King A- ljillette . Grauiate
Black, Mair Stre-et.
A W EST POINT ITENL-Liti-utenant
Charles L. P. Das of New LHaver, Imaa beem ap
piieiOted professor ot mathematics, at 'A at Poiet
' Charley- is an o!4 sehool mate of "ye lo040Wa
Ouffewist guatrsantes that b.9 is eamasently quadidied
to AllI his sOW position. We C4110gMtulatO hima Upon
Is Wei guy, of esomumepticam. am !b I Sth Inat..
P. V. Dhimil. of Mamahbester. bstattsam COnaty.
Iowa., agud about thirty -five pyee.
H. jawes a wife OaW sermil ebflrirs to limouz
his~~~~~~ .ou Mi al--np9 the miams
am~ Home as Aedaa Wus. sad Wm iely
a.siedw by the amay Mtemed be bum made hue
Tb. following is the list of Ictter, r;'r.5*
Port Oflice, lI'1'os. M.. T.. . PO S
AugustiDe II u, ard 1) I
Anderson A Anderson S \ "
Ariber LI 1Jezandej J
Brawn t Ln- l1+awrr.,,or l 1
Beaglei J ltr·,wn L };.
Hall 3Bull R i.ert r
Burlier II I·ny ('
S t oning W BI..*un J 1l
Bla'lketer J Bsrery T
leinejn 'V 'lt~rver S'5
lluren }' 1tinl~l..v
('o.lter A un
4'..bhrmA C'..~kar "" ,
('rawfur A (:.ri.er L' .., ..
t had**%" If 'e e,,1
Chapman C arr~l.
'arter IV (rt '1
Surt is : _A-n. be: . ,
Ih31lshIw~ 1) 1' t tore Il
Iorls t I'er I.le ; ýe ,"t _
D a lelr.' I ). 1r '
I,*\ . J
I lili.,tt \ E1 ier .1
k:::. J I*ird- `
F Pn1i i u~ulier I1
}'rack UI Iurttl..,fl
Fr-azier E; I-' nci 1.!'
lF'riier \'i F-"r J
t ac ir-. r 4,
(;arrest II t 4 .1. - ,
r;: loan J
Sill A II uri - .1
It.tti las : .. ý
)Irrr."n J ii;. .
Ifaniioy ; i.
iIdrcer A ar t.
Iiagta MIr C Hu.! J J Iarw
BIarns }I M a u1n. F:
lIare L Harr,...- I
IlaroiI 1: Hal A
Ja.lu"` 1: .1 ar. 1 :
Kenefrt J e *t.: I.
Ja.ul.-- 1 1 r : ..r)
Kendrick Win K.t.l.f-r S K ...
L:r-z.r rou J I!... t ' . i.. Al .1
M.r-r C ; I.e.. J 1_t . :
Le e 1 La r r1 1.,- ti1t
LIox A i 1
MI. j J· 1i N .-r · \h V Mi i
MNI "..4:ha A K ýa.ý1 I.n,1
).anotTYH r J MI-li In A > -n
Murlr u \\' b1,rr""w 1 1r .1
%I.4tian W Mut .eur t 1.
Mlrtciu.' e J M'K-" I 1I.-." .,
Melauwrcv A M:,:,tr.. I . \[.r" i..
NdiEhar.. \.-1...nM , ."
Pr t I1hn 1 . 1:
?ie~elu~tj \ I* ,r aJ r . 'I~ I '~ , c
JI ar.grnr A I.i;r 6 I :....
M.rk uyru. A i.,nt,.an A '.I ý.
laliak., N. 1if
\a±"nIt \.i..n I ..N", I tt, 'II
Itluw.t' I I..itr 1J i "-- .t
R.. per R Riumnr A r
.c.rur J 11de: .3 4 r
Skr~fiotun ! Saw ' - ··~r
ýa -1r- II r.~v.tF 3
\' '.\' ~'unth Jo.
Tracv i Ir 3·wvr .3 1- , l
Toby N U.4"du i. l A;
1eyglwt G Teach..te t1 1 r V
1'a\I,"r J -, -· ~
I .I r~rI;'n l 1. . .r a, 1 .
I !ray "1 1Iparn I/
AAW t.kr 1 WI. *.. IF
A%,t.. k t_"I Y1, ..i 31 'A* t".. ~
.1 Ka.zie Af Lr:
\V am. tpE ý1 t+rrr II
%ArreS I' Wa. ace
JOHN I',TtG 1 .
In t,"e :`I·rem.e C..art of I
Motjaaa rerr.trv , -
.fl rIl d?.-r o:
_;.rice e.:rru. and In~
Jubn A. Met- aft
1t", NVhcjn it Iuiy ( l ii
Th.e nriersigneo i it rv4, girive n
p..intifle.t as Assign" of tt-e I.-,.'sr"
J",bn A. Manlure .t the t Cmi ty *0 ...t:ý i
"Trrrit,,rv "f M',itA!"d. -' t,., h..
I Ludnrups, uwp.n their '·:ri" l' 1r.
preatne ;court ",f said Terr.t';r\
th ve w i'terrnv j ..!ii N. ^ V tt
III- 1,tb iida ".f Auy -t, A. U .i-.;
Adr~ini~ttri Ior'1 %Dtii·e
NOTYCFE is hereby Q a-r . :.' .-- - '
(:atits a.ai1't the r9'.cd ",` "I.."-. II.' i! : . A A
lrcea'ed ; eo - Itti.r -' aI
un or ber.re the first day .4 S..)·-mn ' r..
a2:,.w'anc.. or t~t fo-.-rrr .ar'-- i :tL; r-. .It "
JAMI JsI: II. 1 N .i e. - i
J~r·ly klenr )YouaP~alr.-~r · A.r
Terrionrial and C nr ri Rig .-"re' \rý.. -
carnted for which the i rnrnAr
Pa i by I.. I.I :I t -IIFI r.I ' t
TAYLOR, THOMPSON & CO..
11 AV E y'stt reaeeir-~1 2x5" I~I tif '' e '.
I I %alla Floour. ytaraui*e t - tu'i t~ 1.·' 'A
bra~nd. and 1(A) Hart Sak sat It.aC. F
e'. .t) Hbls Edinburg Ale whicb ;, t~r-I. A
*lue1 ounasi nmeuth.
N'I Il iF ereby giveo to the jWJ c: t..1
"sPORT PL ELISHING ('O.,
will nut bold itself repspoisibe fur any b! [9
Territory. unlear they are ontrafctcd b% jr
ALEX. H IBATTIE. or myself.
(IEU. N. INIA.
MOmOlANA POST PUBILSMIK COMPANY.
DR. PRAN'KLIX advocated .arty inar'larrý
II / rYoung Mae. Pro thi and u'be .uub`
ýR " (ý r tie to Maarriage oad Caoimud
binl~ yJieId t Phymela'.e. net by na.
b, yYi 8 m b'. 1 fr e,(u ehar g. Add fl -.
HOWARD ASUOCIATIO\. 80:a k. PddlPh'&'
8011·0 U~L~IO. V au.U Y wPindl~