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7,.~ii I III, to the City. Thel fUUII
* -.-*- tt--.t Ih I 1. by. anti r.-.u.u-t'-I
I til.tti -I"r to .tcaºte. WVhether
t I"t L." ii,1i aat h.-.tr, 1)r for
: - .r i t 1. L w1,z i . I.. full- to
[ t.,".* r;" II". i , :tubI th.. -tt.r coin
* f,-,tuil but, tu Iiu~ akizs im u to uII
I~v ti.. o.ý-.. of b0.'anII wha~t hIs
!.-r. hau -a a- li ii amIed to cifl tlr eht-ii.
} r~",I-r - t'-.hiljt Itb o - L:º Iu, t i:1 if t It ughit
I t: I ( i" j lt tintill t.fl "( Dtll OCnt
I '.I I 'I 1.\ I tth' ' 1III 1E \\ l rci t di+
.b i" ir- with an e uneIr.ýtI wet-k I
* *I- I ,i A. - .1 eIA"11, not o.ily ito the pub
limi ht to all etu-ltnityt II ints preljara
r. Ni i~i wt- (ani iet. "r ei~tor,'e the pod
r ~ i1. j':tJ.-r rob err--I t,,, we c.ºnnot with
' i 1 -n It th+.tt jtm-t iuut- I .f jtr~le due the
1 I oilr 1"rltti-iiv II ttt Iii.. wichzh it die
I: - it- amtftter It 1s Iu! t-y ntul int-re-t -
_ tab i I it- :+t .~atlnce unexcelled. May
r i".n;; a- t Ie tit-k ie t of :ý""yntuu
1I Ia t ii t ertiaut.
P' I:- ' 4i.- T-!r utty ;imanl .nMa-tr Johbn
2t tr ,nirt.'1 -.-,retiry Sol Mtarr, Grand Lec
r N. P'. Innford, and Mears. J. Loeh,
1. II. n.ier.on :nil L. -t'ackhouse, returned i
..:- ..i-.i, frorn \'rtrinla City. where they
:%, i..en in attendance upon the Grand
. . .1.. . . .t- . They all .peak in the
_"h-,t ti-ri.,- of thI hin-itality of the good
Sip- of tI,. Capital, and extend deep re
S-t- (la.t t., i.r :t..V could not be prolonged- t
...Col. 1, J.,.bi-"n, after having enjoyed
" I l,,-,r i an I adv:antsa:, of the Metropo
i1- *tr the jL leow days, went into mournlng 1
..,rl.ý t, r.,u,: ir tL, Blackfout. D)on't
t., ' v I ,r, ..
. I II.f. I, II." hlr not turned up in
,,ur p,.lic, curt ft,r a long tim.e, but it seems
tiht h- i. :,.a.n in tr,,uble. Yeiterday noon,
iwilhe in lt;r, Fleurry'- isaloon he became an- I
.;red at a fellw c.,juurner in this vale of
it r-, ini. wandI-rier at TrI the .bank- of farc,
,: I -1 a I'.1t.1 ulon hain. This he four
I-hed ln :a threatennng mtanner, and concluded
the perforwantce by wounding has antagoeist I
:n th.. Lt. Fir this offence he wp brought
f.. -r Jo-tic. IDuke and afnal $50 nd costs.
11",. W\ Y. I,1 t:I.L.-W- e were, hon
..red y, r .-r iay ly, a call from our distin
giu-t,-.i frieod, Julge Lovell, of Virginia
'ity. who as known nt only in Montana, but
throughout the wept, as a gentlemam of high I
t ulture. generous sociability, and oe le¢al 1
attalltiuts. The Juidge is visiting oar city
Itr the ,u puieC of examining our mineral
r.-siurc.-. 1- expresses himself not only
-urlprirdl. .it g[ratified at the present pro
I'r,,io ,.tntitiOls of our city.
S~,. S t S1t:.-Murder will out,
"t,.l the. crimtinal is pretty stre of being
" anmplled to atone for his olenese, eves al
Ilihu rhi ju-tice may be slow in overtaking
harm. Th1i is illu-tratel in the cae of A.- i
-',methini or other, who was guilty of firag
ha,- r -, ,,..r in a very belligerent mater at
Chan Il,. in .,me two month since. me waes
aptured oily yesterday, andi was brought be
lore Just-ce LukelLnd ned Aive dollars ad
, , 1(
TwI .Mart.s.-On the after..se of the let
in.t.. T. F. Tracy, Wells, Fargo A Cos. Su
jlerintenent in Salt Lake, received orders from
the New York office to continue earryiag tie
.natls. This settles the matter for the pr--
ent, and mhows, in the language of th Vir
crnia "Enterprise" we believe, that Spaadme
;ar ni,t the trumps they were thought to be
when their low bids first went to thie Depart
Fr.,m Saturlay a bDaily.
Ca(ut; . veRo Tru FAIR.-"Coming from the
I;le. " h a-. ,i-lore now, been a favorite theme
for llu-tration with our pictorial pre., but
Sull a:ny of the special artista been "on the
-,)t.'" -:4v anywhlere. between Helena and Ten
.Mlll. :lte ye-terlay afternoon, we think they
,.: !I i..' pr .lancl a -k.etch of "Coming
: n t!, IFair" l.ich would have surpassed,
at, :r,,t, -,ju pt, int., if not ir beauty, the old
Sad ll lavor to -uljct. In going to the fair
.-rt., *"IT "r. 1. S,,n.. " i.hbel to go early in
t! at .rt.,n:. .t , . r- .t n n. , and others still
I t-r ira it, l.yv, but all wi.-hdl to come home
.it t., -."i.*" Ill ir . tn:n ely, at the coarclu.iO -
f h .-I-t r.sa.'.. The con-eqjuernce wa' that
.. " :\ i r. ~ (nlach took th,.mn to the
. .a ,, r." ,rtirly- u.naule to return them
,r tr.i ,-lrrr-I h, ur. ant o-ve.ry expedient war
St..i r ' , !.r ur! s a. . of $ettin. away
:r h, te ft. of actin. A cloud of du-t
: : tl, ntre road for a diitance of
..il-, ai t!h,- un wra- t,-rally obslcurem
*"h I.wya. .J,1, iara".Ia J a WaI agonis and
.': r n .; o a :. crowiledl to their utlnmost
., itt iat!h r turrni.; fr 1vi,,wir.-. Con
r .t. -':*o .-, ,t' l th lg.Z a:snging
i , ; :-, I willt, inctn:ruou
, i I'n.irtllty on to1p. were rushint over
; . r 1' . a , rt- ak rock -.... I : m r re pro
t I ti- -;a I.-I" :nI douile teamrn were whirl
:,: ... nts over the road as if the
0 wa;a- .ft-r thbi :r ianau
. ....... , . . '. ii a ,l,)ull l 1 l",. i tof u ur
i t I r t,. . ,. ,l. t,.', k o f lith c ity , al th
S " r:" e- to .t trip, w:- ltakingt the
, t t;u.I ,,.'r,.c, i. \Ve '- llose at lea-t
S ; : ., tiL - ata ir ;ta. -i"" sl lnLe at the
' or _~ "'1- 'z1. tt. I t't copl' int~ix: ii ttil
I '. it.1 titv f.-1i t, do to. i. meivps
in'u . Ill-- ,nftrtrn::,te', auwIl hadI it not
r Il,:1: K Irkeiji:, It. Er., the fast line
-.· ~1 t1.,- nrnnrntitin-. anti hi- sp~lendidn
1" :' nml "1" t""1:tt111, we mightih ev."n at this
t, n''1 k at iji:;~i h:.ve ben corn
l ; rtt" v.1 ,t v.. coonttuzw,.,lnL~ a journey home
t. 1::ti, Ih 1 "u: t~ri conrie3:inctr
ii c n:. :u-I? li.tt"".t at our iltjin:&I, and
I:t-i Il I t r.-cui-d fronti the fate
'i I ra" iii liyh ition wan' lint citul p
t. " t!. it -t', Ease enjoyed. A kt,'l of a
1,xi, lHutt oanj""iie ;or imed to be iii j'rugreii',
niii :t -'rv onie ru-lied pell-mell for the city,
r" ir"l1 if' "lu-t, the crowded conlition ot
t' ""tt..,;1i:f;re anli everythiing ele tare
_" ttu ..;.u..'I ltihyy n-re all I irti. hungry
it, 1 t i:i "I. 'Ip;i~:aceou- water, "grub pniles"
:: I }"" "- iviteu theta in town. hfence the
-t:,,,t t1.". ArrivedI in the city the sluicing of
-nirfTc- dirt. 1.:inning out the pay streaks
-trt 'ik- if f.tt uid loin, and tIti ttrikinig of
it-il ri ik %--to- in orler.
"it vi.:i' L..-- Last night the 'T'hlea
ir, w.- crowl.il with a lar;e and brilliant
iu l c1 'ic., to wivtnie-s one of the best ro-inlitionl
of *The La.!v of Lyons" ever seen in Mon
t:lra. We regret that we were not present,
tut acs are ai.ured by correct judges that
M:.lamn. # chiellor and Mr. Wiualron never
p.laye, better since coming among us. Mr.
Lungrilhie, Mortimer, Martin and Brown were
very fine. To-night will be presented, for the
lart time ii Montana, that gem ot Madame
.cheller's acting, "The Pearl of.navoy." The
M.ilame made her debut in this play as Marie,
and created an immense enthusiasm. The
nadl cene is grand. Mr. Waldron as Lonsta
lot is splendid. Langrishe as Perrott, and
Mrs. Langrishe as Chonchon, are excellent
characters, and the play will put on in a man
ulir uni-urpassed. The Madame will sing some
of her choicest songs.
P'.AC'AAI, HoousIC D)tAwlN.--Yester
,lay was the appointed day for the drawing of
this great lottery, and we are informed that
it was positively to take place. Jerry 8.lli
van, the agent of the aseociation in this city,
Informs us that, out of five hundred tickets
e-nt him, he has sold something over three
hundred-to the amount of about $1,600. If
:any one is _o fortunate as to draw the house
itself, or any other of the large prises, he
will probably be informed of it by telegraph,
.ndl thereupon treat the town.
c.IarsiA ITas..-From the Democrat:
Major Bruce has returned from hr ca vas
-ing tour.... John Reshaw lately had twelve
henl of horses stolen from him on the Big
Irn.... At Sterling, Messrs. Hall A Spal
dling have started their mill and Mr. Hobart
lha a mill in course of censtruction.... There
is an excitement about Ramshora Gujal....
(tl.v. a'ufta has postponed taking the ceas
,)f the Crow Indians, for a fortnight... The
1 .nted States Surveys in Madison county art
being rapidly completed.... The Masonic
Fraternity gave a ball last Saeurday night...
The John How tunnel, at Smmeft, is now
500 feet long .. .. Last week Wedseasy,
while crossing the Jefersos River, Messu.
Dick Wetaler, Wolf sad Harris had their
wagon capsised La ten feet of water. The
team and mem made a landing, bhe former
minus some of its rigglng, and am* et de
latter, Metaler, with $2I sluices .t of bhis
DAnK Pnocsaaosu.--O Sunday evemlig,
last, a discuaon arose between two dark
complexioned Individuals concern.g a game
of cards, is the comrse of which, 0ee of the
lartie cast retections of a seveem ataure
upon the character of the mategaal sass r
of the other. Thereupea the laslted piart,
L wi Ikeae. by ame, drew a ,evelvr sd
Bred it to soare the other. *ne that ewe4
ful evening the oScemr have bea as the
search for Lykesa, but he was eabe to
"kaap dark" saW last eaveingl , wig Y
arrested, brought betore Jast Drt1
M and eests ter iwer .ea ded muma
and seat to i"jalA is dat.
Cofaco R~r -s-We pe.tee
lany nreceve a very pt~ a b º
8. Clark, ., the ruepu stau4fb ' ,It
celebrated EglweNU 2i[ lb tarin , Corn
i pany of Chicago. Mr. Clark has tarried long
on his way thither, ta Colorado, Salt Lake
sad various points on the railroad, but now
that he has rea.hed the goldem mostatais of
Montana he proposes to recjourn a number of
weeks with us, that he way inJiject our numer
ous mines, and forn. the acqnuaintanc of their
owners. The Eagle Works are already well
known in this Territory, many quartz mills
and other machinery of their manufacture
having :already iseen I:ought here, arnd been
proved by practical demoontratlou to be of at
euplcriu- quality. These work-, of which Mr.
P. W. Gates is President, have been founded
So-er a quarter of a century, and have paiil e -
Icial att'ntiron to the cut .-t uction of ulan
ing machinery, and have made many improv,.
ments therein. Among others is .en improved
shoc for 'tamtps, compo.ael nlzno-t entirely of
the very hardest iron, anl which,. it i. maid.
will outwear a dozen ehnor of the ordIhnry
chilled kind. Mr. Clark h - 1.. - lon; i. i i
buzinres, and thorou;hly undl.rtand. the
-amne, aod all who havi- the ll.a-1urr of form
Ing hIsi acoua" itn ..n." w ill ' . pI. i..'t.i t .' f..ct
tlhat be nere- no r1 c' mi.i l ,l ,,i ti., :I; i .
Lik,, every cul.rir articl',. .%h,,tih +r ;,'I: ,'
.or tunnimat., he is hii- own t' r unn . altion.
:sttractetl a very I'r.,e :mnd hit.i nt nucot , ,a.
who .ijhyedl thae 1h 1 suri ,I ! - 1, ''tifut
In it-,,ll and hautifully r,.1,,t, t,..l. Th"I, l.ah,,l
,mnpaln y, :t usual, ,II.. ..Iua.I t., tile r,...:.
Iion, andt acquitted tleni-,lve- well. To
nil ah t w all 1Ie pre .inttl ti ,t :rh i t -r t. t , n ,l
lraina of ll'icicaulllt, " tsl.I*n l, wn. ' I1
t ,i· relel.r.tel lly it i- uini.-c P -ary t. -.iy a
word. A peIple who woall n'.,e t , Le
tirged to atte. I >uch :II if'r- n:a: .-. wi l t"
l ,.i r e, v i ,o ,I .t . ti, t h . n I . . - I . . . ' : .
l h ." c ,-t t- -l e n il, I. M 1 ..l .m , F` b.. 0li." ' . -
1'0 11 .n lvtu~ n," \1r. \C: ,ron :- ny
X1an," M-.r .-- L:,n~r -h"e "Iel.l," :-.oi MIr.
Lan,.rihe n " ''M ul-." All th *e ..ii i4 .l inn
-ic of the play will I,' iutroduceld. As Mr.
I.angri -h leave- u it a few I.ayv, this play
c:annot he repented. Let our I,.-,pl-, In the
fe'v rerunining; nights of' hi- -tay -how their
:"!,,precIatl, of hbl -ucce-Tful elTr't- to
plea-e, anl ii .,k lif.- nre if -ii 1'; i
rgiving him ai routing hen-i. ti, an. : Cur
reats, a- they will Ie ..curetld .arly.
I~ciY.SV TATlo..- A ' l y pli"lant ,fl.or Lt,,,k
place -.atur, lay mor:,in. In thi! city. which
i- n~ot only an h n,,r to a minJt -tinm.:l I and
iaccmcpli-h,,ll lady, but a crrlit to the" .,-o
tl.en*l" whoi took an :,tive lrt in cJn lut
ino. it. A large Iiuni, ."r of our Iin -t Itnfil
,.nti.ul ('ItiLe , ,l.-uiri.g to t- tifv tlair La2
apprecation of Mrs. IChai.- i --rr, it
only as a most accomllij ihd la'dy, but ii.- am
e.lueetrienne i,! the hba..let orlder anl :t nrn st
graceful hors.wotnan, preented her with a
uumagnificnt :aIhle IIni I,,.autif ully orIn -
uIIntel .,ile clCthL. W ith the ,r,.' t,,-t
pleaure we in-,rt the f,,llwi,: crl, wlil
,peaks for itself.
GENTL.. m:ts:-I avail iuy, If of tlhi- ,lalr
tunity to tender to you mny ha-:,rtaflt thank.,
and profound gratitule for thie mng-nifica.nt
gift you have so generou-ly lreSetnte.l 4o rme.
Believe me,gentlemen,tba I de.ply aplpreciate
your kindncs., and while memory atten(t1 me
as willing servitor, I shall ever cherish, in
grateful recollection, your kinlntes, generos
ity and kind expresaion of regard and friend
ship. ANNIE C. Bli.ESEREit.
D. D.--Thc'e cabalistic letters may he con
iidered signiflcant of "drunk and disorderly,"
or as exprseive of '"drunk" with a qualifying
and intensifying irefix, but whichever way
construed, they apply properly to the casl of
one Morris, who yesterday challenged the
world at large and helena in p.articular, to a
fair fight, the ring to be formed in the virirn
ity of the Kiyus on Wood St. lie foun:l no
one disposed to "take him up" on his chlal
leage, but an oficer of the law speedily "took
him up" on the charge of disturbing the
peace, and set him down before Justice
Duke. He was fined five dollars and costs.
He forfeited these "stakes" and went to look
for another "match"-with which to light
his pipe of peace.
SOME CHLEas.-.L rd D)undreary was
very inquisitive on the chees question and
made an ever memorable speech on the cur
died, ooagulated and pressed production,in the
followiag words to-wit: "If you had a broth
er would he like cheese?" Our answer would
be, tht if it was manufactured by N. M.
Fitch, Esq., and if it was anything like the
generoes specimen yesterday donated to the
Pos., he would, for certaialy the said offering
could not be excelled in quality in any coun
try. Mr. Fitch has already obtained an en
viable reputation in the cheese manufacturing
line in Montana, and the "'smpling" which
we have already done on his gift proves that.
he is worthy of it.
BuSauo~' Aocmara.-As (.en. iowse was
returning from the Fair Grounds after dark,
on Saturday evenig, his horse, which was in
cined to be fractious, and which was going
at a rapid rse, staumbled and fell when about
hea way hone, thr wlor hi. rider ad sevwe
Wn bre lar him. The e.eral received a
paiful e o o the ight eye, bnesMin sa
taiLing injuries of the right ar and hip.
Although his ey is loared and much swollen,
he will probably be able to make his apper
auee upon the street agas within a few days
The her, ees forate, dobtless raised.
PERSONAL.---O Saturday evening's
coack Col. W. F. Sander, of Virginia City,
one whose reputation as an orator anad mem
be of the legal protendio is not coSined by
the bheldm s of Memams, arived in 5
Img .... o the ame ene em Ms. ag
re L.eebaer, of lbektee, jmst retmred from
AnonT ras AsNsria.T Booas.--Thos
s smses whe ,beibd towards the sItag up
e the AsiYl Ronsm on Bridge s.ree, are
rieq su to net at the sore t B. S. & Mans
'uK 'd., t aee da ek this Wse.emg, for
the iaipo. oft ap9ointlIg a Boed of Ma.
£ BDost dle. r ase the tart
T1. e tMe . W rs. 1
T1e ull n j1 Ouru No ' dvemb-r
3ds, I 88.
ItY A MTMtIt 'R.Elt.
A ,I.-"Rrria' of Sir JouA, Mlo,.re."
Not a sigh was beard nmr a fuseral nut
As up Mat irltier we hurried,
Blut we luoged to depar. t.urn the weary but,
And wishbed our leader was buried.
lie was killed p.. deed on eleoatik day.
Ily the Griarat saTl Colfax leginis.
That naugnht was -ft for his friends but to 'ray
Ilis. .."' fr.u the " in:eruai regions."
.\ndthus. in the dark and hglomy night
(tH detest andl depair we were hulrriedl
W'ith his cl"' V el-,,I (.,rl~o.e eonce.a .ed from sight
To theI p.lcre whe-re o,,r dead are buried.
the c flin rues redly, ('twas HBlemttnut's best,)
Andl in rw-l gray. as we found him.
lie las :2.- a trait. r tkLrng . . a reet.
With th' ".talr.s and bairs' artind him.
l:" t ,e ;.e of MC!lellan we m se has grave.
TIt onr torIhes. dingly hurnin. .
\Al I ,. ame ,id ' ,laea" of that gallant brave
W' ere u I.. .1 ,r ti. . ,it turt tluring
',vr evi "hurt 'were the jrayers we said
1'". , ,. - .1 ',io a r ork andl let'" him
I.- N- .. ' rk tr,-n.l " -till ,ray '. 'hi lead,
I f their "inase. none hat hbereIt him.
Andt tIe,. .e "* . in the - mIn.unlIt ht ..hl..
(in t.. bank of that lonely river
. -.nI :-ni, r ut. I " t14 r we I, , ""- ...'"i oe t. griet-.
A t,, 1.-tn.'-. are all r,,. en-h-rtem|.
-(...,",,,..n. ('...,,o... ik/.a ,i fi.,,lkl...
I' IIA tCAL I.
.\ ..tl.it. !,. arnt.,! in the pr opihetic
,.r." - i< ; , 1t ,T . t" w hich 1,, c n, ,ind
,r,- Iin,,Itelf an inteprcret.r, s. s n% Daniel
r.r I.,h ie- ('i rant \ .elect i.n.
IlIratti, Se. vrl.m ,ur was lat-1.t lre'cn.ated
with a i w:tteriaicluen e.ihling e.ixt.
: I.!.-. - it all the .'taV froanL (ieirgia.
'l he 'it . ,nn:ti (.'~u,,,, r,,i /, referrin. to
! ,be fart. -ate: t ,l , ",o l," .- :rl,ri..i,,. thin
et, i' 1-4i..t t , di:-ttul;ui .h .d ge'n
:! In , ll l . ,t (d,t l.'("i e It betl) re pr)
S 'di:; tio ; ' ,:r it.
T" 1' . f,' lc, , f .n<! lW'/;,':, - "'It has
re:, hoe.l ui- in a c-rv clir.eet way that
.Mr. ', ',.,t,:r It. \ irc0..e.., the. opinion
thiat t a c.rtain il",ee.h1 (fal .ely relwrted.
we IHelieve ) of a cdiastini imrl (she1d S'outh-a
.rnt,.r e(,st the Inlncwc.ratic party of the
,.,rth J2' N). IinI) 'ote""s. Ii-.tter not say
:tllvt Iil l l than ul.e il ngtitage that cinly
, :c i t '-l. ,- ' lcl .'rci('l "t1i t..clt c ('I cl- I -
4.1)o" u'nrtin thiks thlat l'. Pnný lv'ania
will ,.iv, 4 ( rant a hev:tvier lcaj,>rit. than
wa .,.r evr before aut for ta l're-ident, au.d
thait .viyui'ur will not get at single
NcrIh,,rn S't!c it th the tide keeps on
alisiigl . lie Icelie'v s thIi. vote of I Ver
Sjc,,t I.i ali I, ts' kev -no)te of the final
.1 H lcin,'n, l rrres.on l,.nt of t ,he
,t,,ln T,,. '' , U r writes : " If you fail to
.lc.'t (,i -a. (Grant yo'u may prepare to re-
cI l:rg.!.v ,l f the negr, polpulation.
It 'gill he i .fuan sile+ fccr thenm to live
here in 1,enace. I lave alr.eady beentold
if Sa''nto r ic elected I will have to leave
if Hic.lton l. Loyval en have not been
.- I adlv ut..io I.t ice the war as now.
()mily (s .i4,t)ot wortlh ,eeI '. S. untaxa
Idle iondcs are hel byl, Brick PomUeroy,
the f'iJl u, of lplowhoutlers and the la
Iscring class generally. These bonds
have leesn t, Icught with the lmoney sent
hiMa. by the tax. paying readers of the
l.a('rase I). ,,,r'/. "Brick" knows
how to mucct the crew he deals with,
out of their hard earnings.
Horatio Seymour. in hlis letter to ('olin
M. Ingerscl, formerly Representative in
'ongress from Connecticut, declares
that his friends have plunged him into
a sea of troubles, and adds, with wailing
despair. "I do not know how the can
vase will go, but now that I am in the
light I will do the best I can." So well
for the (General-in-('hief. And George
II. Pendleton. the Democratic leader in
the North-west, telegraphs to General
M.e('lernand of Illinois, giving up his
engageniment in that State, owing to the
conmdition of politics in Ohio, a dispatch
which Mc('lernand prints to propitiate
a disappointed Democracy.
The king of D)enmark has married off
his children to better advantage than
any monarch in Europe.
Empnror Alexander II. of Russia is
an early riser, promenades before six in
the morning, and walks with a very
slow. heavy step.
London has thie "'Champion Female
Walker in the World," a mulatto wo
man. who does a mile in eleven minutes
The Kanmschatdales who never use
tooth brushes, have the finest teeth in
France has given two Iron-clads to
Turkey and lent an officer to teach the
orientals how to use them.
The French Empress is very partial
to velocipede exercise, and rides in the
parks and takes long excursions into
the country on her mechanical steed.
At Wesel, Prussia, a wealthy man
died a few weeks ago, who had a beard
eleven and a half feet long, which he
wore wrapped up on his breast. He di
rected in his will the skin of his chin
to be tanned, and the beard thus to be
Street walkers in Amsterdam are
treated by the police to a rather disa.
greeable beth If they become too ob
streperous in the streets of the said
Dutch metropolis. They strip them of
their finery, and put them for fifteen
minutes into a bath, the water of which
reaches up to their throats.
The sum spent In 1867, in the four
diviaons of Central India, for the des
traction of wild beasts, amounted to
$80,800. This omney was expended in
the extermination of nearly 8,000 anl
mals as follows: 90o Leopads and pan
thers, US bass, 527 tigers. 475 hyeuas,
sad 407 wolves The rewards oCaed
for the destruetiom of tiwers aeee
about 0S2 apleee; in the ease of mram
eaters, the reward nL raised to $0.
The Southern papers are pebi g
in fall Valladilghm's -ressat speech at
Dayton. They have thus far asecorded
the same honor to no other Northern
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JNO. POTTIER, P. M.
[CASB NO. 4.]
Basnkrupley .ot icie.
Sopreme Coart ot the In
Territory of Montaa. In ankruptcy.
In the matter e LoIls N.. Wuapaner, I$ankrupt.
Territory and Diatrie of Mon tann,, 5s :
rt 118 1E TO IVE NOTICE, That on the 7th
JL day ofOctober, A. D. Ia..t, a Warrant In
Bankruptcy w Imssed oat of the Supreme Court
of the Territory of Mostas, agaio..t the estate of
Leutse . Wtsseur, of Helena in the Conaty of
Lewis and Cl0kte, I. said Territory, who has been
adjudged a BEakrupt, on his own Petition: That
the payment of any debls and the delivery of aay
property benemging to setc Bankrupt to him. or
or is use, sad the treelbrr any property by him
sae forbidden by law ; sd that a meet'ng of the
Crditors of said Bankrupt, to prove their debts,
sad to ehoase one or more Assignes of his estate,
wIll be held et a Court ofl Bekruptoy, to be bold.en
at the City Hall, on Walllee treet. in Virginia
City, MedIsee Couaty. M. T., before Tbeo. Muffly,
q., 1agiter la ske e for said Distriet, on
the 0t y of Ototer, A. b. I MiE.,, at 10 o'clock,
A. . IIn L IIOWIE,
U. . Marshall for said District.
J. H. Shober, Heltem, M. T..
Any for Petittceer
[(;AMC No. ;33.
Bankruptee y .othice.
Rupreme Coort ofthe I ankrupcy.
Territory of Montana. ) lnru y.
In the matter of John O.Vettor. Bankrupt.
Territory sand IAtriet of .Moutia. , e :
T Ill 18 TO GIVE NOTICE. That on the 23rd I
(lay of 8eptembter, 18e, a Warrant int Bank.
ruptey was laued out ,of the .upreme Coort
of the Territory of M.otana, against the
estate of John U. Vetter, of irgiula City, in
the County at Madison, in said District, who hbts
wbeen siju*l ed a Bankrupt on hi Pe'tition : That
the payment of any debts and the delivery of any
property belonging to sch bAnkrupt. to him, or for
hab on, and the transfer of any p.perty by him
are forbidden by law; and that. * taotng of the
Creditour of the saidBankrupt. to prove their debts,
and to choose oe or more Assignees of his estate.
will be held at a Colrt of Baakruptcy, to be holden
at the City Hall. on Wallace :Sreet, in Virginia
City, M. T.. bawTheo. Kufly, F.q , Refgis«er in
Beakraptoy *r said Dtetriot, oo the 29th day of
Otober, A. D. 18 l, at 10 o'clock. A. M.
U. S. XMalla be lail I)i.t,.e.
II N. nake, Virglls Clty. M. T.,
At'y for Petitioer.
". To. AUSIIR, S. W. WALL, JOWN M. AYCOISOW.
I'resident, Vic. 'ree't Ca ier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
De.irnated Depository for Di,*.ur-'.r O.!fi.re ain
Finnneial Agents of the I nit~d Mtate4.
PAID CA'IAL, *10.+),I '.
AUTHORI/ EI) CAPITAL, .a,40,000.
.gltisn .Strct, eIlvl,ri. r, .toir fl ia.
First National Bank
AU1 . .T' A.' ITFZ. 1 \--,,. ,h
l)c ignnii:tecld |)epo-itor)
For Disl),i rsing Oflies s
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Minerala anld Or. correctl A.. .avyed.
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t..."."tl, L ..f ..t ,I ItutI)nI I tr 4 t.".ltt1I(1* R i:l h." held
Itef..rt 7"ht". MI11t11V. Regi(fr of saidl Cmiirt iq
1() .i'tHxk. A M - 'I i a..l dlay.
lh .,-der ul mii- ciwrt. ImIi,1e bit ilad ol Octobar.
A. It Ittir I 1.11'S . I'E("K. Clerk.
.1. If. S..her, S4upreme ('curt,
S.hi-t-t.. 4 Ietiw'3t M.Iitaa.I.
(O'NJ UGAL LOVE.
AND THlE IIHA1'lP'IN:SS 'F "uu: MAtiRIAGE
"TNI AY for Young" Me,. on the Errors, Abuses
V" and l)iss.e, w I.'l h de,trt. It,. Manly l'ow
ors and create iuipe.dirnt.ts to. Marri..ie wvtth sure
means of relief. rent iu e.aleL letter snvelopes
free of charge. Adresis JIOWARll) A.1SOCIA
T'ION, Box I'., 'hailadellha, 'Pa. 4 ,od&w3m
Eixp res s,
Bannack for Leesburg, I. T.
Returnintg fraom Le.efburg
A NY letters packalges or ,ther expre.e matter
will bw faitihfully httleded to. Direct letters.
-. llanakC(itv, (are .aopesn l-'xre...
ldtf TOM POPE, Prop'ia
arrenl i ussey, I rnk l' .tne. C. L. L ahier
Salt Lake. Ieuver r Virginia City.
VWARREN HUMSEi & CO.
D)ea rer itsed
Central City,..... (,olorado Ter.
HUSSEY, DAHLER & CO..
Salt Latke Cit, I'tath.
Virginia City and IHelena, 'l. T.
AND DEALERS IN
DRAW EXCH-ANIE ON
San Francisco, Salt Lake,
Denver, St. Louis, New York,
On All Partsof Europe.
ID Collections promptly attended to
New Route I
1. s. CONNOR,
Has new in perect raun.tig order Pony Express
Lime to German & Fresoh G(ulebes, Rooker sad
Beste Cities, Silver Bow-coeneoting at Doer
Lodge City. Packages, Letters, etc.. delivered
promptly. tollections made on reasoaole terms
j Lave Hele. every Friday. morning, from the
oM.e of the MosTAMA POST. iy2T-dtf.
HAIR BESTOROATI VE.
TOS PH FRlIAND, the renach Barber at Dia
Smood City. is prepared to restore hair to the
bald, and will gie security that the hair will grew
a all its atuoral beauty and lIstre or no eharge
will be =ade, providlr.K restomers will give sea
rithy that the work will be pad, fo.r if the hair is
tesored. Mr F. will give serarity from Ifty to
two theotsed dottirs, according to the ease, that
the hair wiU be restored in all its natural Luzurian
ey, sm isL return would only ask security t'st he
sea hir y if the job is satalsf.tur. All kLids
do work Iae lsgeu to the trade will be donse I a
m to warrant the utmost satibotios.
S. I diA not wisLh to blisth my business to
the pdbo aetn I bad smi.el r evidene that
sea aseeempmi what I eo Having dr se
e i oemse egstmu ease I am now reedy to
ese to bumslera, sad wold ask the soto to
vrmewithasesl sei t dT to the Wht weer
IL City., N T . Apoi5 w