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THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4.
TheMont aim Tost.
PKID1V nVHM^0, DEC. Uli.
Thefollowing- i^ a tran^.Uttou from i^Spanish poem, which hti the Ediabnra; Rerun-.^.^ lurps^ed by nothing irirh which we are ^c^inarmed in ibe Spanish Ungutfr except the tVle^of Louis de Le^^.
Ob'let iv *^^ul its -I umbm break
Aroiix-the ^cn*c^ ^ad awake^To aw bow soon
I.I^ in it* gloriea. (IhImiwh .
AmiBan stern fooUtet* of decay^Cueae stealing m.
Andwhile we view the nt'tinir tide.^Down which our flowing imoutes glide
Awayso fan i^Let u^ the present boar employ^And deem each future dream h ^ ^-
Letno vain hope deceive the mind^No happier lot as h. |* to nnd
To-nwrw thaa to day.'^O-ir (f^'M#^n dream* of yore mere bright.^I.ike tLrii. t!i- | ri-fii ^hail delight
Likethem -i^ - v
.ur lives like hastening sti raiaal iuu^t^That into one engulfing sea
Aredoomed to tail ^^The ^^^ ^ of death, wboae wave* roll on^O'er *iug aad kint[d.^m crown and thron-
Al.fc the river'* lordly tide.^Alike the biiBB ^'e rivulet - g .^To tuat sad nave'
Deathlevel^ poverty rn I pride^Aud rich and poor sieep ^.^ie by - i-^\\ itbiu tue grave.
fur birth is but a starting pi
I.ifi- 'lie running ti.- -j. e
And death t be coal ^^There all our glittering toys are brou*:.' ^^That path alone, of all iiueoti^lit
Isfound of all.
See.then, how |w^.^rand little wortli^Area'.; those glituring toys of earth
'1hat lute us bere:^I Ire .;.,^ . f a s'eep that .ieatli lin.st break^\^ ^ ;..ie :^ b ds 1^ n dk
Li^ug ere the damp of death can blight^The cheek's pure glow of red aud while
Mepasse.t away;^Vouth stuitea] and ad waa beavetil V fa r^Aire came, and laid his finger there.
Andwhere are tbey
Wherei^ tbe Mrerg'h that spurned .ie. ay.^The step tb.it roved *^^ light and gay .
TrieDealt s b.itbe toner^; .^^ -t-.-i is gone, tl e step is s'ow^At IJ ^y giows wearisome, and wof1^When a,-e r. riiif * ...
tokiss a furious^wuiack in a st^ .^:
JoshWard trains* the next Vale crew.^A harmless crash^a coarae towel.^Ureece is building three railroads.^Tombstone^The* stamp on death's
Donot undertake^woman. Risk not a
Horseoil is uf^exi in Paris as a dress^^ing lor salads.
Thereare 1,078 billiard rooms in New^York citv aud RrooklvD.
MissAnnie Dickinson i- turned into
One-horsecabs are multiplying in^New York.
Frenchletter carriers are to ride ves
(ienera!laMMI has finally gone to
Onlyeight soldiers of the first Nas^poleon are alive.
Onemarried woman in every eight is^childless.
Kirby Smiths Kentucky Military
Schoolis a success.
Doolittledid little during the recent^campaign.
Theproprietors ^^t the Chicago FWaV^MM last year divided f 148.000.
beenannounced aa ^aure^ ot appoint^^ments in President Grant's cabinet.
Ex-ConfederateBradley Johnson is^the most successful lawyer in Virginia^His income is $25,000 a year.
Itis said that the Pope intends to re^^vive the ancient Order ot the Knights^of St. John of Jerusalem.
Fashionableladiea are like aristo^^cratic houses^tbey both have high^stoops.
TheI'nited States produce about one- j^tourUi as much coal and iron aa (treat^Britain.
Rev. R J. Breckenridge. D. D.. ot^Kentucky, last week married Mrs. M. j^V. White, of Danville, in that State.
Goasipsays that Patti is already tired 1^of her marriage^or rather of her hus^^band.
Awestern millionaire astonishes New !
Yorkersby driving a span ot blacks i
tandem,with white leather harness-^Switzerland has 00.000 watch-makers (
andturns out over a million of watches
Cyrus\V. Field came home front Swit- |^zerland to vote for Grant and Colfax,^and the same steamer carried him back^In Chataque connty. New York, there^are published eleven weekly pai^ers and \^two monthlies.
Twelveof tbe New York city clergy-
singleplate in the United States. was A mammoth Union depot^received in Cincinnati on Tuesday, from erected in St. Joseph. Mo.^Paris.The Postmaster General has issued
Seymour'sown town^the town of , orders prescribing ^n detail a uniform^Deerfield^went against Seymour by a which shall be worn by all letter carriers^majority of SSM, though it waa previous- I in the country while on duty. This is^ly Democratic. Grant's own town^the in accordance with the law passed by^town ot Galena^waa carried for Grunt. I Congress at the last session^though it was previously Democratic.The General Convention of the Epie-
Awestern editor recently married one copal Church, recently in session in New^of his compositors, another acting as! York, elected Rev. O. W. Whittaker.^bridesgroom, the officiating clergyman , Rector of St. Pauls Church. Virginia^being a retired printer, the local editor j City, and Missionary Bishop of Arizona^giving the bride away.\ and Nevada.
Thelatest ^note^ respecting New ' Austin. Nevada, had a five o'clock in^York fashionable weddings, is that the J the morning earthquake. Nov. IT. As^organist plavs a low accompaniment to this is the first they have bad the^the ceremonial words uttered by the Umtiilt makes as much ado over it as a^minister.i pullet over her first egg.
Anactor 75 years old and thorougly j \ fire occurred in St. Joseph. N^^v. B,^^up^ in such roles as Hamlet. Othello, ' ag we ]earn from the Herald, which de-^etc. was admitted to the position of ^old j gtroved a blacksmith shop belonging to^man^ in the Detroit poor house, a few joun Wilmot. a grocery store ot T.^aays ago.Connor k Co's. and an undertakerjdiop
Thegreatest depth to which a diver of O. B. Noyes ^ Co's. Eoes, f ^i.OtH).^can descend with the present appliance Incendiary.
insafety, is about 100 feet, and tor this \ Passengers who arrived by \\ inet*^a burden ot one hundred weight must b^- Express Line from \N bite Pine at
i9to be | JSTewTo-Dav
TboP. S- Bartlett movement, with extra jewel.^Chronometer Balance, 1'atent Dus' i i.p. Patent^Safety Pinion, and all other late improvement,^lo a aolid 3 ot Coin Silver Hunting Caae, with^Gold Joints. #-J7 coin.
Tfcoaaaaa ia 4 oa. eaa^S30. Ia i o^. ea#x 4yd ooi*.
TheWaltbam WatcU Co. movement, with e^tr.^^jew*)*. Chronometer Ilalauoe. Patent bu*t C,.,^Patent Safety I'inioo, 4.C. ia a ui. case, njtfc^Gold Joint*. S^ coin^Tbe aatne in 4 oz. o**e v-13. In 5 oz. caae t'J5ootB.
TheAppleton. Tracy 4 Co. movement, with extra^Jewel*. Chronometer Balance, l'atent bust Cat^Patent Safety Pioioo, ate. io 3 oz. caae, UoUi^Joints T- I coin.
Thesame in 4 oz. caae, S37. 1^ ^^^ -'
JuniusHenri Browne's life of Henry ' men get over f 1o.00o a year tor preach-
(oneral 4.rant*^ 1 nniicnrattoii.
Totin floral PiopU of tlu t 'oiihtry:
Fki.i.ouCiTl'/.KNS:^The struggle be-^tweeu Freedom and Slavery i* over.^Freedom has triumphed. Our rights as^men in this country hav*^ been vindica^^ted. We are men. and part of the body^politic. For our redemption from Sla^^very, we owe our thanks to the great^party ti progress and humanity. In^the^ contest to decide this question Gen.^Grant curried our staudard. and it is to^^day crowned with glory, and he is our^rr.-ident. On the 4tli day of March.^iso'.', he is to read his inaugural in the^city of Washington. Will it not be^projier time for the p^*^q le *.o thank the^party that gave them these blessings, by^having delegates from all parts f our^.: -^ ;i^ii:i'iV it. r.-iivi ntion on^the 3d of March, 1*00. Those ot our^race in favor of this proposition will^pleats address. Geo. M. Arnold, lock^^box No. .^i. Wilmington, N. C: A. H.^Galloway. Senator Thirteenth Senato^^rial District: John A. Hymous, Sena'or,^Warran county. N C, C. D. Pearson,^^^rav^ n cunty. N. C : Edgnr Miller.^New Hanover. N. ^ Gal. P. Rourke.^Wilmington. ^N. C : Jno. Mercer. Lang-^Nton Oliio.
Republicannewspapers ar*- re^iuest. d^to copy.
Theterms ot nineteen Sv-nators will^expire on the 4th ot Ma*ch next. These^are, Conness, of California: Dixon, of^Connecticut; Hendricks, ot Indiana:^Merrill, of Maine: ^'utiiner. of Massa^^chusetts: White, ^.f Marylan^l (succes^^sor ot Johnson): Chandler, of Michigau:^Ramsey, of Minnesota: Henderson, of^Missouri; Stewart, of Nevada: Freling-^huysen, ol New Jersey: Morgan, of New^York: Wade, ot Ohio: Buckalew. of^Pennsylvania: Patterson, ot Tennessee;^Sprague. of Rhode- Island: E imunds. of^Vermont: Van YVir.klo. of We.-t \^ir^^_rin:a and Doolittle. of Wisconsin. So^far as vacancies have been already tilled^or State elec*ions held, the Republicans^have lost Wade in Ohio, who is to be^succeeded by Thuriiian. wliile the I^em-^ocrats have lost Dixon, of Connecticut:^Buckalew. of Pennsylvania; Hendricks,^of Indiana, and Patterson, of Tennes^^see. Four to one, so far. will do.
Doolittle.of Wisconsin, is certain to^^^e succeeded by n Republican, while it^is possible, but not probable, that the^Republicans may lose one iu New Jei-^aey.
GKKATMOKTAI.ITI A.M ^N- N KWSl'A-^l'Kit Mi n ^Scarcely !iad the -:ui news^ot the death of General Hi^ pine been^printed, ere the death of Charles G.^Brewster, the lone time editor of the^Portsmouth. (^. H.) Journal, was an^^nounced, almost simultaneously with^the decease of Seba Smith and Chandler^E. Potter, gentlemen long connoted^with the newspaper press and the liter^^ature ot the country. They have since^been followed to the grave by Louis^Morwitr.. of Philadelphia : Washington^Clapp. editor of a Natic (Mass.) piper,^and Mr. John Wilson, who died in Cam^^bridge, on Monday, the 3d Inst : on the^4th, the Rev. John Marsh. Editor ot the^Tempt rati Jovrmtl. died at Brooklyn :^and nearly on the same day. Chandler^E. Potter, of Flint. Michigan, an able,^writer and well known scholar.^ Kr.
Langley'sSan Francisco Directory,^gives the following ata tie tics ot business:^Of assayer tbere are 12 eataWi-hmenta;^attorneys. 473; auctioneers. bakeries^73: bankers. 15: bathing shops. 2*2 bil^^liard table mak.-rs. 4: boardinc bousus.^014: breweries. 25; brokers. 't2.*: butch^era and markets. 222: cabinet makers.^M; carpenters, 104; cijrsr dealer^ and^makers, 268; eta thing and tai!or^. :;7.*^.^dress makers. 201. dry goods. l-'U; fruits^I6t^; furniture *toivs.^l03: groceries.C13;^hair dresser. 153; gmaamitaa, 153; hard^ware.e5S: hatters, 47; lumber. 53: com^^mission merchants. 450 t aint. v-^millin. rs. W^; physicians. :ua^: printing^31; produce depots. 131: stoves^tinware. 01; upholsterers. u^ \i atch^makers aud jewelers. 130: wood and^coal deslers, 143. Total buaineas occu^^pstlonH pursued in the city. 7.4*^i
\VardBeecher is announced.
BrighamYounc ia the third largest '^depositor in the Bank ot England.
Fivepall bearers at Mrs. Vanderbilt's^funeral represented $250,000,000.
AlexanderDumas says he intends to^visit the I'nited States next May.
Teahas be-n successfully grown in^Maine.
Thecrops in the Southern States this^y. ar are valued at 1^400.000,000.
Thebaby heir to the Greek throne is^named Cons'antine Henry Demosthenes.
Animpecunious Polish diplomat has^won Bisinark'* daughter.
Youcan t kindle tires with chips from^i gaming table.
Thechief cook s salary at the Astor^House is $4,800.
Siripedpantahons will b^ considered^*ashi:^uable this winter.
JohnBrougham, the cctor. is writing^a Christmas story.
Onefirm in Portland, Me., have man^^ufactured 24.000 planchettes.
t.en.Kil pat rick is lecturing in Boston^on ^Sherman's March to the Sea.
Smallpox is on the increase iu Sacra^^mento.
AldermanJames Laurence is the new^ly elected Lord Mayor of London
Spurgeon.the preacher, promises to^come aud see us next year.
Newfashioned kid gloves tor ladies^n ^w fasten with a small gilt chain.
Avery nice waterfall can now be pur^chased in New York for ^fx.
Scotchstockings with Scotch suits^will l^e in 'ogne for '.vinter wear.
Horserailroads are a failure iu Eng^^land.
Baltimoreha.- a homoeopathic horse
Juarez'sdaughter, Felicitaz. has mar^^ried felicitously.
Fifty-fiv^ business bouses in Chicago^have just tailed
RosaBonheur has a felon ou h-r^thumb. She can't paint now.
Canadahas l^ecn under British laws^T^^ years.
SanFrancisco Y. M. C. A has recently^.^oinpleteJ a $75,000 buildiug.
Chilicothe,Ohio, boasts of two fami^^lies with forty-seven children.
'usvil'e( o^n\it r says drunken^^ng women seems to be in-^m that city.
,uarein which Yale College^estimate! To be worth $250.-
HoraceGr^^el y declines to be a can^^didate for United States Senator from^New York.
Philadelphiais to import five hundred^dollars worth of sparrows to tight the^measuring worm.
Wltfis a baby like wheat \ Because^it is first cradled, then thrashed, and^finally becomes th^* tiower ot the family.
TheCentral P. R. R. has seventy-five^locomotives in use, and fifty more ready^to set up.
Itwill require S^^0.l^00 feet of lumber^to the mile tor the snow sheds on the^Pacific railway.
Thefollowing epitaph was proposed^by Douglas JerroId tor Charles Knight.^IM Shaksperean critic: ^Good Knight.
Itis stated that (ten. Grant is a Meth^odist. but he evidently believes in the^doctrine of '^'election.
AndyJohnson, the tailor, wanted to^put one *cvf/// mof in the Presidential
Itis stated that Gen. Geo. H. Thomas^voted this year tor the first time in his^life.
ParisLas now thirty places for the^sale ot horse flesh tor the table, w hich^consume 2.500 horses annually.
Chicagois to have two more daily^newspapers^a penny morning Demo^^cratic pa|^er ami au evening religious^sheet.
Agenius ou: west, who wished so^mark half a dozen new shirts, marked^the first ^Johnny Jones.^ and the rest^^Ditto.
Wha*.is the difference between a^young lady and her night-cap': One is^born to wed, and the other is worn to
disposedabout his person
Itis said that the three highest moun^^tains on the globe are Gaurisanker ot^the Himalaya range. 20.3S0 feet. Dap-^! sang, in Western Thibet. 28,730 feet,^| and Ranchiniiga. in Eastern Thibet.^1 28,000 feet.
Thereis said to be over 10.000 nation-
1al office-holders connected with the c^a|^.^lection of the internal revenue, and over
|45.000 connected with the Postoflice De^^partment. The#whole number of per-
lsons in the pav of the general govern-
Im. nt is over 100,000.
'On Saturday night three men went^, into the American Express office, and^i while the agent's back was turned one
o'clockthis afternoon, says the ReceilL^of Nov. 5, report lively scenes on elec-
V. J^. Bartlett Watch
IIuntil.* Cea* ^Sl^coin-^Walt ham Watch Co. Watch, i
OoldHunting caae #S4 oo-n.^Appleton Tracy Si Co VV'ateh.
OoldIluniing' caae #^7 ooin-^Any additional weight iu SI l^er pw I^oz. extra.
Iskarat ^,u|,i^^ oz. 1- karat
fifteen minutes at Treasure
ofthem dapped a plaster over his mouth
andbound him. while tin others rob- i d,Mn8 an^1 disoerst-d the sava/es
!tion day.^| fights in^City.
ASport, known as D^ c. 0'^^iel, shot^himself through the right foot at Treas^i ure City*.
elect.on. He was rioting about tiour-^j ishing his pistol wildly, when he ^put^his foot in it.^ His wound is said to be^a very severe one.
MajorE- R. Welles, of the 2J cavalry,^with one hundred men from Fort Rus^^sell, (Cheyennel encountered a large^i body of Cheyennes whom he was pur-^' suing, on the Lawrence fork of the^! Platte, about the 12th of November.^| After a severe liirht he killed tour Iu-
WeSJM ^end any of tbe above by \VeV, Far*.
One said there ^were 119 j ^ Cos Kxprca*. with bill to collect ^.n it w
bedthe safe ot $2,000 and took the agen's^watch They escaped, locking the agent^pn.^St, Cloitil Journal.
OnFriday of last week Mr. Edwin^Forrest paid through J. C'^oke. at Phila^^delphia, $85,000. the amount in full ot^the accumulated alimony due his late^srtls under the decision in the divorce^the decree of which has at last been^made final. Mr. Forrett hats expended,^it is estimated, upwards ot $300,000 in^this painful divorce suit.
liarce of the Ore-- Bri^adt .
Halfa lcaane. half a league, ball a It ^*(;ue rearwai^l^Right through the mire aud I '.^Much to its beauty's hurt.^Dragged tb9 rich silken skirt.
Halfa league rearward.
Halfa peck, half a peck, halt a peck fml\
KightiDto tbe liquid air
Hoseup the pile of bair,^from other beads sundered.
Whileftradd ed upon it
Rodethe brave tMi-^net ^^Rode, though it wondere.l
Curl*to the right of It,
OSSHto the left of it
C'orlato the retr al it^Cur'n that wore plundered.
Whit though men shout ^(), tie ' '
Fortunesyou have s-piandere i,
Theirsnot ^to make reply,
'Iheirs but to dress or die
'l'Usr^i-^ to tbe clerks tbey cry
Chargefcy the hundred.
andgive the purchaser th ^ juiviiege ^^^.!,^the Watch tiefore laying. All express .-t ir;-,^however, to be pai: by the purchaser. But f the^amount of the price of tbe Watch is remitted to^us with the order we will prepay the express^11 .... . the dav of I charge* to Sao Francisco ooreelve*. In MaSsw^11'^ ^4 I money, drafts oa W ells rargo ft Co are pre^-mi
Wewish it liistinctly uudersto.nl that these^Watches are the very best, with all the ISMM :tn^provements. aud th.*t tbey are in perfect r inmn*^order, and if any one So^ not perform well, we^will exchange it. or relund the money.
Rleasesta.e that vou saw this in the M^ ^:-^ ^ a\-,^Post.
619Broadway N. Y,
OneBlock above the Metiopo it.tn Hotel.^K very one vi*:ting New York is invited In jal.^at our ehtablishotent.
Inorder that -el m-ty ad-ire-^ u^ v. :-'.i ^^^^: li I ^ :- -^we iuvite atteution to tlte fallowing:
Officeof Well*. Fargo Sc Co.. *^M Broadway New York, id i. Jo. IftfB. ^^We can i-lieerf tl!y Com nend Mv^^^ 11 ^ . I A^Co., No SU Broailway New York, to our frieol.^as a reliable ai d truMwort.-y linn, wl'b a-.-oir.mir-^tuat all orders M-nt titeui will luv- htAftll ami^prompt tttteut -.il.C. OOBOAED, Tr-is
ForWells !'arg^^ S: Ce
Andwe also refer to
1W Raymond F.s^| f^an Fr.inci^c ..^i: (' Howai l Ks.| r.^n Fram-isco^T R Butler F:^^i I' S MiniI'ratn -
WI Hobttrt F^^i Virgi n i C , N - sis^dov4 wtf
Richgold fields have been discovered^on the northern lrontiers of Not way and^Russia, stated to surpass those ot Cali^^fornia.
Anunsuccessful politician says that^the most difficult vacancies tor him^to fill are the vacancies in his own and^his family's stomachs.
Thebridge over the Mississippi at^tjuincy. is IJNB from hutment to hut^^ment, and it is said to be the largest^iron bridge in the United States.
NewEngland, it is said, will pr^ sent^Ih.n James (i. Blaine, of Maine, as her^candidate for the Speaker of the next^House.
From1492 to 1H4S the world's yield^, was $2,201,000,000 gold and $5,078,000-^knghsh capitalists have t48.000.000 000 silver from 1854 to 1808, *3.37^000-
000gold and $2.194,000,000 silver.
Astatistician has calculated thai dur^^ing the nineteenth century there have^been 12^1 insurrections, great, small and^diminutive in Spain.
\Staten Island firm refines paratfine,
andsells a ton a day for chewing gum.
TIe Pope, it is said, has thirteen ves^^sels in his navy.
Thepenalty ot a weatern election bet
waseating a cooked rat.
Allnations use twelve hundred styles^of postage stamps.
Prof,tiould shows that in the I'nion
investedin East India railways.
Inthe year 18*^0 and 1807 there were^!*,000 houses built in Pittsburg. \
Pittsburg.Pa., has 103 colleries in its^neighliorhotal. employing 0,424 hands.
Mexico,in three centuries has pro^duced $2,500,000,000 in silver bullion. army there were l,52o,000 native Amer-
r ^ consumes over :W,000 quarts ican8 to 494.000 foreigners-not .,uite 25
ofmilk dailv.l~r cent of fort^SI^ ^lenient.
ThePennsylvania railroad carried last . Ho,n Uen,T }V WllMlsni.af Wtts-^vear 1.680.720 toon of this coal1 burSu^ accepts the appointment of Su-
premeJudge ot Pennsylvania, in place
Drukenuessis greatly on the increase , of Judge William 11. Strong, resigned,^in the English arm v. according lo otii- In ErjJ,ianti tuere are 1,910 coMjpera-^cial re|K^rta.tive societies carrying on the business
Chicagohas invented ^trotting mati- ot grt^cers or provision dealers, with an^nee^ as the fashionable name for a horse aggregate capital of $20,000,000.
race-A Herman philosopher predicts that
Helmbold.the druggist, is reported Europe and America will be submerged^to to be crszy. and has been sent to the in 500.^MX).000 years, and no one dares^lunatic asylum.contradict him*
Somegood cipherer estimates that It takes 1.100officials, at salaries vary^thirty five thousand hats were bet on i ing from $1,000 to $10,000 a year, to
carryon the New iork city govarn-^ment.
JackO'Neil. sand SI, Jimmy Powers,^aged 22. and Jimmy Reed, aged 2'J,^MM hung at tiilm.-r, November 11th.^Powers w;is (rem Colorado, kept bar tor^Patsey Marley at Hreen U'tver. was dis^^charged tor stealing, and n^rr^ted John^Anderson at ^iilmer on the first. .Jim^^my lieed vns from Ftica. New York,^minstreled in Chicago, was banished^from Laramie-, garroted and was hung J^in tiilmer. O'Neil waa Irom Canada, j^via St. Joe and (ireen Hiver. and ^arro- i^ted Jimmy DufT in Uilnier on the 8*.h. j^A Nevada paper notices a beautiful .^I cube of salt, a natural production of ;^I tiiat State. The cube is two aud a half j^j inches long, two inches broad and one^and a halt inches thick. It is as trans-,^parent as a plate ot fine glass, and the^small print of a paper may be easily^read through it. Nearly in the center^of the cube there is a small cavity iu^which there is held imprisoned a drop^of water, which moves as the blrv-k is^moved to the right or the left, aa the^^rlobule of spirit moves in a level.
FbsMsMagee. formerly owned by^Capt. llanford. the elegant little grey^stallion raised by Charley Shear, and^the winner ot more races than any oth^^er horse of his age. says the Attn of No^^vember 14, has been sold to Thomas |^Tobin as a mate for his brown stallion^Little Mac. He is considered to have^been sold at a bargain lor the figure^^$3,000. F. F. Low. the fastest tour y. nr^old etallion in the State, who made a^mile in 2::^5 at San Jose, has been sold^by Ingols for $7,000. H. M. YVhitmore^became the purchaser to prevent the^horse from leaving the State.
Orefrom the Bobtail lead. Sweetwat^er. has yielded $117 per ton in the Cari^so mill. . . .There are 40 men working at^Hamilton and 00 at Hock Creek; wages
$500 per daySpring (iulc.h. eight
milesnorth ot South Pass, says $8 per^day. . . Capt. Zabriskee is bringing over^the Pacific mill from Silver City, Neva^^da, to locate on the Atlantic lead....^Walsh's twenty stamp mill, from chica^go. will be at work on the Miners' 1J^-^light in a few days. . . It is beiieved six^mills will be in o|^eration next spring,^and that several thousand people will^find compensated employment the next^vear.^/^'roi,ti^r Indir.
AUtin Ytnr R ntml is hereafter to be^edited by Mr. Charles Dickens Jr.. who^succeeds Mr. Willis.
Vesuviuslava has I em analyzed, and^found to resemble closeK common wine j^liottle glass.
Hon.V.. H. Washburne. of Illinois the^^father of the House,^ will, with nis ^^next term, begin his ninth year.
Thebuildings tor the mammoth ele- ,^vator in Ne- Orleans is progressing rap^^idly to completion.
TheNew York ^beautilul foreveress^^enamels the face and makes the hairi^golden lor $7 only.
Earthquakeswere of frequent occur-,^re nee in New England during the first^century after its settlement.
Theex-Fenian Head Center, Stephens^is announced as teaching school just,^now iu Paris.
Adivorce court was established at^Brooklyn in 1858. Since that time down^to the end ot 1807 it has granted 1279^decrees for the dissolution of marriages.
Aletter from Spain says that the por^^trait of Washington haa been placed in^front of the town hall of Barcelona, in^place of the picture of Isabella, torn^down.
Atwenty-nidi Rodman, weighing 85^tons, waa successfully cast at tbe Pitts^^burg Works, and named Oeneral Orant,^on the day the Oeneral was elected^President.
Auniversal alphabetical piano, on^which children can be taught instanta^^neously to read, calculate and to play^rn is..-, costing six francs only, is sold in^Pari..
LouisaMuhlbach is^o poor that she^has requested the Oertnau publishers
Amonument in honor ot Alexander ' wbo have become rich by selling her^Selkirk is4o be erected ou the island ot writings, tb give her money enough to^Juan Fernandez.buy s small house and garden.
Some93 flocks of sheep were recently The total cost of the great Illinois and^suffocated in Switzerland by a thunder St. Louis bridge, including land and ap*^cloud passing over the country.! proachea, is set down at $4,500,000. It
Uis stated that from a third to a half is anticipated that it will be completed^more canned fruits and vegetables have in 1878 or 1871.
beenput np this year than last.j A p^ne Qf glass, seven and one-half
Seventy-two persons have already ^ by fifteen feet, said to be the largest
Denverwill have a telegraph line^to Cheyenne by Christmas.
Thereare :100 to 400 nun at South^Pass City.
JeremiahFogarty. committed suicide^at Austin, Nevada. Nov. 17th.
D.O. McCarthy threatens to revive^the Ann rii ^tn Fhvj newspaper.
SanFrancisco paid tor street improve^^ments the last year. $1,511,4*7.
DanielP. Pidge. of Sacramento, is in^^solvent.
LauraCuppy is lecturing in Sacra^^mento.
TheL'hronirh is the newsiest little^paper in San Francisco.
SanJuan. California, has had 12*2^cases and 2o deaths from small pox.
Passengerfare from Denver to Cbey^^^enue is now $10 by both of the rival^lines.
Teamshaul freight from the Kailroad^to Silver City. Idaho, for eight cents a^pound.
LeopoldKuh, the well known assayer^and chemist of Virginia, Nevada, has^removed to San Francisco.
Thecars ran lrom Vallejo to Sacra^^mento on Wednesday night in two^hours at. 1 a half.
Thereceipts of the California Pacific^Railroad are said to be $500 a day tor^pass, ngers.
CharlesRoether, one ot the earliest^pioneers of California, died at Marys-^ville on the 11th inst.
TheCentral Pacific Railroad Company^is building a car for the first through^trip to New York. It will be finished^with California laurel.
Amammoth hotel is to l^e erected at^Sherman Station, on the I'nion Pacific^Railroad. Mr. Drake, of the Tremont^House, Chicago, has $10,000 stock in it.
Theindications are that Oregon has^not given more than 25 majority tor^Seymour.^Sacramento Reportt r. JV^^.^17tA.
Col.Kinzer. of San Francisco, is about^to erect a lodging house at White Pine.^Nevada, that will accommodate five^hundred persons.
TheInder says the Montans, Idaho,^Oregon and Puget SSound railroad is to^be built from Bear River City. Not^likely.
Afast trotter, named Nelly Hunting^^ton, has been sold tor $1,000 in Salem,^Oregon, and shipped to San Francisco,^where she has been put in training.
Thesuit of Beriah Brown against^San Francisco for the destruction of the^Democratic Pram by the mob of 1805.^was set for trial on Tuesday, Nov. 17th.^in the Fourth District Court.
Threemen were found near the Sum-^Bit yesterday morning frozen to death,^says the Truckee Tribune of November^7th. We have been unable to learn^their names.
The San Francisco Bulletin says
Morefarms have been CUt up Snd Sold | By Ctoee attention to to business, the proprietor^in this State during the present year, ^^^P^^ to merit the confidence aad patrooajrw of the
probably,than in anv three previous I P^J^L^^T ^.,,!L5,llft,'*^1,MI*
Expressfreight carried wtth care.^-Vtar*1 May 7. IM* d.jl
Toal! tue Creditors of e- W. a- C i ,,.^Uaukru pts. w Lo have proved the^r debt*, and^all other persons iu interest:^\'Ot are hereby m titled to b| ;^- .ir Sal *e th^-^X Supreme Court of the Territory ^^t M-^iiao*.^silting in Bankruptcy on the l-.'th ilay of I^e.-em^her I I^. l-tie. Ml o clock 1* M-. at Virginia^City, in aaid Territory, to mi.iw i-.uw ^ .iv a -lis^charge from all their del.fs sh.mlJ not be granted to^tuiid liaiikrupt.
Youare also notified That the ^econ 1 ar. 1 tli'rd meet^.nc of ^a;d Ftankriipt's 1 red itors will Ire held be^^fore Tbeo. Muffly. Ke,ri.^'er of said i'oiirt ia lUsls-^ruptcy, at hi* offi-e in said \ i:*-inii Ul'j *' 1^^o'clock a. m ot said day-
Kvor.ler -.f tbe c.urt made the ^JTtb .1 IV of NV^Yemiier A. D IMA Li cit - s. PECK, Cft,
Sui-i-.ie Court ot Montana Tei ritory.^Wm. Chumanero. s ..leitor f ^r ]-e^ :'r. I1- *
Toall the Creditor* of Michael QoldstfsfcSr, Uanlc^nipt who have proved their debt*, an i all other^|a^rson^ interest:a B
\'ol are hereby ^..:i;|.
XSupieme Court of the Territory of Montans,^sit'ii^K in Haukiuptcy. on the ljth -iay of^December next, A. I^ l-^^. a^ o i.* o'clo-^ I' M^at ^ irjfinia City. In said Territory, to show cao^^^why a dischanre from all bis debt*. ^li^u!d rot br^granted to said Hank nipt
Youaru also notitietl that the BsaMS1 and third^meetings of said Bankrupts Creditors wi'l be held^before Tbeo. Muffly. e*^i , HegU'er of said i^In Bankruptcy, at hi* office in Virrf'it.ia City, at It'^o clock a. in. of said day.
Byordea of the Court male flit- -JT:h day of^Nor. A. L^. lt'tis. LCClDs 8. Pr.CK CTa,
supremeCourt of Montana Vert i tf-^Win. II. Chile*, eol't'r for petit'r.l^i^-:l w-'ft
A.HIHSCHMANL HIHSCHM an
(liiu|.hy St Bcntly's Block.
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers
4-Cilia tiiid ISo) ^ i tioKMll miKle
Bootsand Shoes,^Hats and Gaps.^Traveling and Sole Leather Trunks.^Valises, Carpet Sacks,^Back Gloves*^Gauntlets,
Anexten*ive and well assorted stock of
Silkand Velvet Ribbons,
Themoat extensive variety of^lsulir* Shoe*. ^^^litem atift Sfipw r*.
Whichwe will sell at reasonable rate*, either^Wholesale or Retail, at our new store at
Dunpby^ Bently'a Block.
Allare invited M examine our sroods,^^ball take pleasure in showing- tbe tame,^the customer wishes to purchase or not.
Willleave Virirlnia City every, Monday morning-,
Sterling.Gallatin City, Morse's St.*e. BSrson's^Ranch, Middle Creek and Bozejusn City..
WII.I.CARRY Tl I I :
Inthe Supreme Court of toe Tenitoryol Mua
tanaIn Kaiikiuplcy.^la tbe matter of Bsafe HaSSfa Bsinkruj ^ ^1
Bankruptcy,'P^^ whom it may OOMWnt
THEt.ndersigned hereby g-ives notice of ^r*^appointment as Assignee ot the b^iat^: aal^effects of Noah Harris, of Confederate ^fulch,ia^tbe county of Meag-ber. and Territory of Montana,^who has been adjudged a Bankrupt upon h-.s ov*^petition, by the Supreme Court of said Territory.
Datedat Virgi iaCitv, M T.. this 'Ti-h dsyet^November A. U. 1-ti- ^ C- C. MEXAL'GH.^I^eco-w3tAasiguee, Ete.
Inthe Sujirerue Court of Montona Territory .^In tbe matter of Euci.-a V. Ea Croix, Bankrupt^1^^Bankruptcy.
ToWAOin it iniiv Concern :
THEVndersigned hereby gives notice of bitCC^pwintment a* Assignee of tbe Estate of l.uci^^^f. La Croix, of Helena, in the county ^-f bs**^and Clarke, and Territory of Montana, wad ktf^been adjudged a Htnkrupt upon his own pStH^by tbe ^*u reuie Court ot sai i Territory.
Datedat Helena. M. T., this -^th dav ot N f^^^ber A. D. 16KS.JOHN H OTTKTIS
Inthe Supreme Court of Montana T.-ri is *
Inthe mat'ef of Jusiah B. Johnson. Bsskrsple*
Bankruptcy.To ^ ht rn it may Concern:
THEl*ndersig-ned hereby gives notice o' *^appointment as Assignee of the l^.*'at^ ^*^Josiab B. Johnson! of Blank loot City. ;n t:,e^vait^^of Deer Lodge, and Terriliiry of M^is^^has been adjudged a Bankrupt upon his oWp^tition; by the Supreme Court of said Territory.
Datedat Helena, M- T.. this '_*7lh day of !^^^^ember. A. D ltfSr}. ALEX H. BEATTIK.^Bec3-w3tAseigoee. fc^
Idthe Supreme Court of Montans Terri'uty
Bankruptcy.In tbe matter ot Jcbn (1. Vetter, Bankrupt^To IVkom it may concern:
THEUndersigned hereby gives notif- ot^appointment aa Assignee of tbe i.stsw^John O. Vetter, of Virginia City, in the JS^^**T^Jssvdieaa, aad TerrHory of Montana, wba li*^^adtudged a Bankrupt upon bis own petition i^y ^^Supreme Court of said Territory. g
Datedat Virginia City. M. T.. this O'Mi W^Oct. A. D 1868.r. C DEIMI.ini*-
ORO FINO HOUS
THISdelightfu. pl/^ce of resort is now^for the accomodation of guests.^Tbe choicest Li.piers and Cigar^ 00 nan^1 .
Ever\-at'entk^a paid to those giving^AtSdtj'V. M. CLAREY, Propr*'