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Mohntanla Le gislature
1311*, Pawned and Lost.
qIig, 'etntitflrI Ileoernnoendcd.
1,) .flf' mad Bill .Amendment.
., 4,ýj" X1`1 aure i- flint - Indian
*icurporatiohl Act amendment.
Thl' Extra Compensation.
I jj ..ittC to th. MONTANA POST
CIty. l)pC. 21--C. B. No. 20 an
11,, t1,"" Miillit road a pu~llc high
(; r j -a1:11 an act to provide
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1' . 'I, c,"uiruhlrnt rt.llior.n', wil
t a :.:I ct c.Incernhtag Iiccnata.
~ . ~. ian act concerning 5WzoP, wao
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wit- tn.. 1i tit,- .peci.ii crder for
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t a1.ln i f th'- l ~minit0P onn
r,. . , l~r.i·.·LI Mint. with aturad tnellt
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I:. \,-. i .Atu act to niuiu-ni 'an tct
ici t 1"r piatltutin- wa+ aidncuidsu! by
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t1 .~· I!:"r -ic cur. I'.--..1. :Il Imt tIe Ckuun
- Ii. 1. No A act r-l.itive ito
1 r:in o lt.u "' ii' witch wi-, rele'r
.-.--u-ctlr ciututuacte-- or three-. Cattily,
-tot" uuai Lh-rl up in .lz-CU--tI; ilia
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I i -aIr iti [% :.t llv.iie f the e
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-. .- \ ul-lic ti"--ji'.ipi.r -ra- Ht&.-ia
**- ti.- 1 tij..-tttohi at leaUi-riii to 1 itivti I
- hi.., ce- :.d. Auit-, ni to a Coal rvttCe
* I "-r .iatlucul~iix..
li..ui..i-try is rill etn
7 "I .- -- ,.u r tiae.(itS of tlefen-ea for
liiin lo'ait m et-pa hv e
1 , 1i i , I . 1 uhlia"Ctl tl.ha e L
*. 1 ,h. L" c. -it a- rep ,rte.l tb.'t
r "t, ." ý fl, II r 1- jTI 3 iaelug a letter inI
M ;cl. '.'s 1 \'Ir i .- > itatur .l ortenn ni
f .. r", -il A er,.lr hell anrerther
* . ,"t. ctr .v - ..r.."ly :tte'iaa.eli.
-ii fi' i ii uI t e. Ins 'el-r thce
g en e-, f.a ored nmaak i nr a te st Ce se, an d
it to the :upi.Ilr . leart. but a Com
N , :,il i~ . .d to cumtulwt Attorney
Dec. 23.-rl.e Avalanche's Little
. . .1 . carl ::,ý= rerugees from the counties
t wvih wial lis tc elnlDue to fleck to
1, v nl er C'CO'U t. Or mlltia outrbrwg.
1 " t tlh;at ienera Irnt bar rent o
r rr- 1g.ale thb outrigre is recaneui
+ . " it'l a:
.opcZ Wamta to RecoC efile:'
I' i-. Dec. 23.-Abe 'de4r.teur has late
i' _~ tall a.l Iace-. which ray th- p citon
I 1." I.z ire cralicil In conreyu.uce cf hi
ct - with the isited `sates. lie will
,,I1 peek recutciliatln n with the Amen
I ra,.arr'qett. 1 hIe Ilemealeur also states
let Ir:u..y Caontitue' to snake scne-geuc
ý' .1 I-r ageainst the vlli d aimy.
horror. lorn tbe south.
Sc. _.·. ~D. 21.-J)a.-patche trim Ten
*- p - a arutcaber oa mnudens anal oat
_ I, e.ea.) of I 0 the M~ate.
I t ".. .,(i cousaIy a ne.;ro violateda lady
'j'j I ,..~ t(he p-:aed. ul roafl,.esaen. The
-, I!.. IIl.ng taken tor j ,il was seised by
,. era., keel men sad buuig.
N.';r DrePlen, a negro woman dug a hole
'I .. er. ur ,i. placed her two childlren in it
ihr , !a.,gtedu the ire and actslry bharmed
t,," ma tee dJ-.th. When aireeted she lair the
,i r-t, wuouldl n"t obey, so she concluded to
kL'I tCnr. MaIaaa) other m;deare reported.
L:i.,t"..~lfe, leA., liec. 21.-Several outra
.'. 'lir e e cruarnuleanted witbia the pa-4 few
d:)., 1T mareked Kut fluc.rs. Zriegroe have
t.-ia thut in aeverhi atmtaumc. s friday
"ig0t I' rc men went to the bohuse of a megt
dI rI,... . luau get out of bed and stead while
","I , utree ....el wife. The Shetrif ecesi
a' .t r..-:saeg she -U-peeled per-cons.
(:rant on the Plcllle taUrerdU.
'era,, IJiULL La reported to have maid to a
Congressman yesterday, with wh.,m he had an
in terview on the subj ct of subsidies to the
Paclfic 1ailroads, "*no matter what may he
-,al ahiut the prorpectite entrefit we are to
terive frtom these roads, it i- too long to
wait. We should make the best poeible use
of our pre~ritt resources without increarsem.
the burdPe of our debt by incurrtng expen
i ale i-k- which ate hasardou-." Counrers
rneta who were at the interview wer- a-ton
i,!-.l at the frankniesi h ith which the Gener
al exprersa his views, while one and all
plledld hLitu their support. The General at
the s.lam time gave hi. opinion that there
h,,ulil be an extr:t re-siont of the 41:t Con
grers. or the extension of the present Con
gre-s for a short time. There will be barely
time to p't,. the appropriationI and it as
ldoubtful whether the greart questirtn of our
finance! cant be cared for.
New York, December 21.-The Tribune
coinmuents on the remarks of Grant made yes
terday. It says this simple declaration will
rave millions to the treasury. Let economy
be the word and the country will repood.
Any Congres-man who presumes to stand in
the way will be rebuked by the people. Grant
i right. The nation will give him its whole
A eupport.ty o all.
Washington, December 25.--The Presi
dent's amnest, proclamation, dated the 25th,
was issued to-day. Alter referring to the
proclamation previously issued extending
partial atnra.-ty to persons concerned in the
rebellion, the treclamation says:
"'% hereas, the authority of the Federal
Goverunmeut having been re-ratablL-hed in all
the States atidl Territories within the jutis
diction of the United statesa it is believed
that such Pre-adental reservatons and excep
tions as stated in said several proclamations.
wl ich were deemed necessary and proper, may
now be justly relinquished, and that univer
sal atnIesty for participation in said rebel
lion be extended to all. to renew and fully
rectore confiden-tc and fraternal feeling among
the whole people and thus respect for and at
t;chlaneot to the National Government, de
siagned for Its patriotic founders for the gene
**Now, therefore, he it known that I. An
drew Johnson. Presidertt, by virtue of the
power invested In me by the Constituatiou,
proclaim and declare unconditionally and
iatticut reetv;atlion, to all aand every peason
who directly or iadilrerctly particip.ated in the
late In-urrection or rlrellion, lull pardon
and uamrsty for the uff.nre of treason against
the ltlted States or ariberlo.g to their ene
I 1inr- duriLt. the late war, with re.-rtl tioa n to
all rirht-, trin il,-.es andi itatu unitiee under
tith Cttll'ttrtltOn amIp law whIICht tinae beeHn
Ill.t|d 11 Iur-Uannce thereof. In testi tu
hlia. full pardon anl arune-ty includes Jeff
Davis, Breckenridge, Thomto-on, lid-lril anld
.al ot'hrr who directly or aInldret ly engaged
an thite luet r,-hollion.
New York, Dec. 24.--.Minieter Webb and
Ex-M.1iniiter Wt-bLhurue arrin' to-day fomn
T,ost* fell *,own stairs lately by her feet
h..cozuing ert:,noled in her skirts. Her life
w:a- :v.e.l, thnughl -he is quite lanie.
t. :ccag,. D--c. 21.-In the billiard match
la-t i.1t;ht. Foley n.;aii defe;tedt Frowly, ex
chat'u lito oo Uthio. 1.1000 to t ,5.
A -treet enc.,unter tok pilace in .St. Jo
--llh. M i--ouri. ye.;er.lay. hbtween two prom
,.ent lIwy:cer-. 'l J. A. (rpein and lIon. J.
A. E.ari.y. 'the latter g.urletman wac hot
and killed by t;,een.
Ml-mplhi-, Dec 24.-Rufus Battison, while
w...lkI.g; on \lain street to nirht, had his
right le. almo-t carried away by a rocket,
arntl Iow Il Ien in a dangerous c(onlltion. Sev
eral oithe were wounidedl at thi s ime time.
Chicago. Ol)c. 26 --Mr-. Augusu. L)ackens,
widow of Charle . Dickens' brother, died in
trlh city thb, tuorning, floim the effects ut an
oDer-d.o-c of morphine. the Coroner'' jury
rtrletrld a erdict that the do-e was taken
un, er merntal aberration. hha Ile ves three
" te London Timew Pleased witl
London. LDec. 2i-- 'he Times this morning
hae another long editorial on the subject ofi
the Alabama claims. Tlhe people ot both
aEngltnd and Amieric, , the iines rays, are
une sey in regard to the relaltions which are to
exi-t is the future between the two nation-.
Thi: un-oailie-, arises fromth iS:nr:ance , f the
true .e:ate of negotiations pending or. the
Alalnim que-tion. The Timee believe- Sec
retaey S.card himselt obstructs their .ettle
mneit, but that the qtue-tion will be finally
be atnic hly adju teol under the Incoming ad
ninill-tr:+tion of Pre.idetnt Grant. iRverdy
Jhti-on s tnot likely to ne remuovedl by the
Itnw adilitistration, but be permltted to re- I
manin :l.;d complete the work alreadly b~eun.
If S.,wetd --eks to d(-lav the --ttlemn.nt of
thiie important quesrian he ihoul.l be hu
mrl. hut the b..-i- protoco, l :.gree upon by
i.r-Id :'ta,1.ly ;ian .dlr. John-= n :nu-t remain
fixed, ain will. sooner or laiter, command the
Srpa*ect of both r urnt lee.
ChiC.'r... ).1 c 216 --Chi -tu.,- p-era. to have
b en cele.,',at'l :hro lzhouit the countrv touch
im.ore grin nlly than ever beflre. Bu-linnes
wC;s etir*ly -u-po.,tl.l in ibi- city. The
-te-t.s . pe-ntel ilore th.n a SabLath still
ne-.-. 't.- lReverenld Fahber Dutne, one of
I he oler. :an't mono populnr Catholic prieite
in the Norlitwest, died oin "l'.urd;ay. lHis re
mm.'ll:s lay ii t.ate at St. Patrick's Church to
d:, , and were v:'tIe.l by a l rge concourse of
p-.'nn*. lie will Ih buried to-mnorow.
IltItford, De 24 -st. John's Episcoprl
Church, at Waterbury, was burnt to-day.
L.. e $ 100.000.
New York, D.c. 26 -Bowles, in the Son,
any, : -%'Ce cmnnot be wriing in anni.uinclng
Ilhat E B. %V:b.hburne will t;ake fflice in
Gir;at's admllniitration as Secretary of the Io
Lnndon, Dec. 26.--Reverdy Jobhson re
ceived a deputation of arti-am dIeiroas of
founding a colony in Alaska. Jobnaoo em
Ma.,*illes, Dec. 26.-After the allies fled
to Valleta.. the BrailliAn iron-clads attempt
ed to attack the place, but failed.
Usuln, Mae-.. Dec. 26.-A fre th!s mornicg
destroyed the Lycem m Hall and Frasier's
block, which contained the poet-office, the
content' of wbich were safely reamoved : alo
Rubie's block, all occupied as biness bhoues.
The flre was only extinguished after the ar
rival of the steam Are engines from Bawtvo.
The Ino- is roughly estimuated at $301,000.
Probh.bly six hundred people are thrown out
Wm. Lon. Lng. the champion lonr-dis
tance runner of England, and W. E.
Harding. the champion three-miles run
ner of America, signed articles of argee
Wrnton Friday, Nov. 29. at New York,.
to run one-half mile for the champion
bhip of the world, Dec. 26, for a thou
uand dollars a aid.
H.-v. A. W. Nelson, rector of a Hart
ford Eplacopal Church, recently In
tornuid his congregation that aoy mem
her of th,. church who attended the
Grand Doche.. or Blue ieak d operas
would be rpfupod conmmnnon for sex
months, and Bishop Williams sustains
The total vote cast by the three state
ot Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana at the
r-cent election, rrached thbe normous
figur, of 1.619.004. Tbe m* etates at
the Preside-ntial eleetoe ta 184, eat
only 1 34,084 votes, so that io ouor
years the number hu ianeassed 188.010.
The Ore-Cg Legislature has psased a
law to prev-nt the employment of Chi.
nese on public works.
C IIMIsTrIR.b DAY.
-N\ar ta 'hlntaud anns
Have ret their wvl- ul. I! tlhe r.l t'.g lai..e
(H gt.ietir-- ratiI -i e iu- d..cy srig filst
Israledl trnm Mn highl Nliw ot tho e mighty maI
Of that incresun.g .grlegate we add4
(one ut.it m..re P.....r :.i mUpi.aris, s
lHolw smn ll., 1 t a,rK'd with i.,w nmulb misery:
'%aus, t.wiurs, anod the fury. Pestiler.ie
Over the tating Lag it i her *dread ecurge;
I he oppre-..' toh) in c. ent tsrterntese.
%\ t% ." t.4r-tl - rs.ril rnet . idal the arln of wroung.
For.ang the lb .s . tat ilrtl..sl tIs,,t the weak
Aid sterpiing the ivian ai num" cn,utb w:hb tearr
As heas the year been chararter'd with woe
In e-seriti.an I.sid riud tark'd with wr)ngLs and
Yet 'tw.sm nss th sa H taught-n-o thuls Ilet Ied.
Whtne birth we titls laet e.vie*trte witrl prayer
An:d wtuith ti ,nksiivinjg--ll. a mian of w..-'
Went * th.h n ) t . la% lluitre -rlpsth thoutgh rude
Yet burnue with parnience stil.--lle crsie to cheer
The bruken-hearted to rai.e up the sck.,
Aud ton the wanderiung anid Itwnightet mind
To .po.r the light ,of truth--) ta.k divine!
0 more n than ang ealche,! lie had wordl
To so..the tbe berkin. wanes and bho.h the winds;
And when the sou wa tussest in troubled seas
VH rapped is th.-rk dh1rkness aidl the howling storm
lie. i*,piutng t, the star .f peare on b: gh
Arm'd it witn huly f.rtitute. and bade it smile
At the surrounding wrek--
When with deep, ragny Hlis heart was ralk'dl
Not for tilmselfI the tear drsIn dewed His cheek
et. them. IIe wept. out them to. Heaven He giraYv*d.
lije sersecutu s-- bather. pirsna them
They knoiw not what they dt "
Antgels ol lHeaven.
Ye wbo beheld Hlin tainting on the cro.
Andd dit im hsmnag'e s-y. may iurtatl jl.a
The halle.sjubs of the risen (God
-H. Kirk WAite., Dee. 25, F14.
I)an Hice has turqed editor.
Mrs. G;rant doesn't like the IVhite
A (lerman proverb says that poverty
is the sixth sense.
The New Io lk Iid ep,i.dtaet has been
The L ndon pie:ice, have been armed
withl CUt l:et't .
Henry Ward IBeecher is worth one
lhunireel anad tittv thoii.~and dollars.
T'ie ('hicagt [, 1ld,,la',t, is comiug out
a. a two colit ftio.
(',,,p,-r nl.ning in Mlichuigan employs
S.. i.TO l (N0) of caplital.
The regency in .Japan is ended, and
the Mikadoe has been cro,wned enlperor.
li..verdv Johlni oin has ,liore than t,,rty.
grand c.hi'ldre-n. I',,or things.
The ''I)evil's I)Mshelul'" is the euph,
nious title upplied to a Isection uft I)an
Brougha'us New kurk Theatre will
be opened at t'hr.tt.la.. It will seat
1 ,OtM) ipersons and It- a model f, elegance.
A gentleman ,o Terre Haute har giv
en I( tt),I)(l i to estallih a first cl'ass to
male seminary in that place.
A mnactnie less tleeCi invented in New
England which erntl..se.s and cuts 2().
(H) il'al»r collars in ten hours.
There is a preosla-ct ot another bridge
bein g built over the Miaisa,.lppi. this
timle at ilantnibal. Mo.
The D:avenport brothers ihave lost
their money, imarried lFrench wives and
got the COnt.illptiotn.
The Lancaster lute l!iy, e, r recolm
nmends the. divi.ion~ of thle Keystone
Twe-nty-five years nao ltio. 1). P.ren
tisa took a ho, \W. N. lHaldeman, into
his olice as 'leIrk. The clerk now pays"
his former employer forty dollars a week
)Philadelphla turns out four million
dollars' worth of shoes annualy,. and
claims that the lalies' shI'--s imanutac
tuired there are the l,.et in America.
Tih r I.iulation of the Unite:l States
is nearly a:1 ( )0.40H). It it increases in
the saute ra*io as it hlfs in precedin:g lp
rioda. it will Isw 42.000,000 in 1;70, and
107,0.),000 in 1)00.
.A corre.pltondent of the New York
-raurqn list sliow)s that Barbara Freitchie
was no miVth., but a person well known
in Frederick. Mod.. and that the incident
related by Whlittir ia his poem was
The D'troit Tri',,t'nc drinks the tol
lowin~ Vin \\'iklish toast to MIr. and
Mrs. ('oltax. 11.re's to theirgoot health
unt their lamilies. unt may dey live long
The mails were arriving' again in Salt
L',ke. Dec. 1.5. There w.s only three
or four "nches of snow on the railroad
but is drifted badly. That makes mat
ters so much the worse.
A clock havintr struck the hour of one
a tender hearted woman eqelaimed
"'Oh ! what a cruel clock ! "W.h, so ?"
asked a friend. ,"Because it struck its
little one '" answered the tender hea:.ted
The friends of Mrs. Alice Cary deny
with indignation the inference from her
"Lines to an Early SvWllow" that she
habitually takes a matin cocktail.
The Rev. Mr. Nasby intimates that
PreeidMnt Johnson would be an accepta
ble candidate for the Spanish throne.
because he has all his life been putting
the Bourbon down.
The Americans at Honolulu had a
little election of their own for President,
tirant receiving 121 votes and Seymour
In celebratlng Franklin's birthday
the printers of Buffalo had a 'good
time," and among others the following
tomat was drank: ''Printer's Wive-
May they always have phe-ty ot sIl11
saps for the heads of their 'little origi.
New pumps for raising water to the
tanks for use on the Central Paciic
have bern erected at Reno and Wade
worth. The one at the latter place. Is
capable of pumping 30,000 gallons per
Judge Ranney seems to have the In
side track for the Democratie nomina
tioe for Governor of Ohio. Thej Stast
Conventioa meete on theeighh oft Jan
The palledme is a liae that re.la
alike backward and forward. One of
the bea, is AdJa a rst observatios to
'Madam. rm Adaml
aother t the ssoq that Naponjwe,
Tbhe latter Is the best pallHdiss,
Sprobb, in the laagage.
Deniver ia to have a Publisher.' Asso
'I'Tlre debt of Arizona is $20,000, na
Inferior lumber sells for $200 per
thousand feet at White Pine.
A wooden railroad is projected from
_ Reno to Virginia, (Nev.)
II. C. Thomnast wa* bhung by vigilantes
at Cheyenne on thle 8th of December.
Denver has an $85,000 hotel: J WV.
Smith runs it and its name is Metropoli
An agricultural Iap-r has been start
ed in Omaha.
The wife of J. D. Young. local editor
of the Sacramento Unaion, died Dec. 8th.
Berialh Brown has dissolved his con
nection with the Portland Herald.
California has gained 40,000 by immi
gration this year.
A Lodge of Colorado Masons has been
organized at Denver, Colorado. by Wm.
D. Mathews, 4U. M. of the (3. L. of Col
ored Masons of Kansas.
The Central Pacific folks have just
completed for use on their road a large
car, containing eating, sleeping. and all
kinds of traveling conveniences. It is
quite a little hotel in itself.
W. P. C. Stebbins, of San Francisco,
has received the appointment from the
Government of Superintendent of the
erection of the erection of the United
States Branch Mint building, which is
to he erected on Mission street, corner
of Fifth, San Francisco.
A teamster named William iGarfey
was killed last Monday, in Santa Cruz
county. California, near Lexington, by a
load of lumber falling off the wagon
and striking himt on the head, crushing
his skull in a terrible manner, and caus
ing his death instantly.
Harper's Btazaar says: "The new
Bishp,,, of Nevada, I)r. 0. WV. Whitta
ker, is a native of New Salem, Mass., a
graduate of Amherst. and for some four
or five years taught the high School at
North-Brookfield. Like several of the
newly-eblcted B'shops of the Episcopal
Church, lie was not chosen so touch for
his powers of pulpit oratory as for prac
tical good sense, industry, and general
adaptedness to t the aeffice.
A correlspondent of the Salt lake Tel.'.
gratph says of the Bear Riv"r riot: "'It is
niOW ascrtained that eight men fell
dead in the. streets, one was killed by a
sentry the next night, four died in the
town fro.n wounds, twelve dead were
packed ,,fF t, tile nlew grave yard in the
hills, and fifteen. mortally wounded,
died in the various grading camps.
making a total of forty of the rioters
now kn ,wn to b", dead, while only one
citizen-Steve Stokes-was mortallyv
A jovial corrspondent of the Territo
rial Ete rpria( who varies the monotony
of Bohlenmianian, in which ire swings a
facile pen, by driving an ox team to
WVhite Pine. mnmk,'s the following Chain
pion run on billiards:
I am thainking of writing a poem en
titled "Boll Billiards; or, the Ox Iriver's
Trip to White Pine.' I got the cue to
this title from seeing a tfellow with a
gosia stick make "'a run" on his wheel
yoke. with several points on the "swing
cattle" and a "carom" on the off leader.
lie had to "English" a good deal in the
game, but lie goat to Whlite Pine, and
that is where, I'm coing to in this let
The ('hevenne Star of the 6th Inst. la
Snow to the east of us; snow to the
west of us; snow in front of us: and snow
in the rear of us-one train snowed in
at Sherman and the other at Hillsdale.
no mail and no news. Such is the woe
tul state oft affairs.
A "'ev Mr. Bentley. of Omaha," has
bet-n amusing the members of the Young
Men'sa hristian Association of St. Louis,
hv the announcem,'nt that he was "from
afar off and wicked land-a land of moral
darkness so dense that the light of
('hrist's grace can glimmer there only
occasionally," which contains twenty
thousand "Christ hating people, with
The Eiterprisc soys in regard to the
Comstock range : Swettapple & Hirsch
man are taking out a considerab!e
amount of good milling ore from the
old upper levels ,of the Mexican mine.
The Belcher Company are taking out
from 20 to 30 tons peir day of milling
ore per day, and expect soon to do much
better. Thie body of ore found at the
the 940 foot level of the Alpha. some
time since, six feet in width, proves not
so tood as was at first supposed. Sink
ing 200 feet deeper is to be prosecuted,
for something better. An incline is now
being sunk from the 1200-flet level of
the Bullion mine, which will be put
down 200 feet-making a depth of 1,400
feet in all on the vein-before stopping
to drift. A drift north from the 800
feet level of the Crown Point has de
veloped a very good body of ore, but it
proves to be on the Kentuck ground.
The total depth of the Imperial-Empire
shaft is at present 1.090 feet, and sink
ing is still being continued; the rock is
soft, and good progress is being made.
GURNEY & CO.'S
Boots and Shoes
WlhOLESALE ad RBETAIL,
Wanl.. a's S, V~mras aCt, 1 T.
d TArd E 'eAVWAWI
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.!
PABSED BY THE
'. rtieth Co2 ngre"ss.
AN ACT to extend the time for the constrcetion
of the .uotbern Pecifle railr..ld in the State of
ie it enacted by the Senate and Huºse of lreprr
etatire of te nted of oe L'nited Cates of Anserira in ('ou.
grss ssembled. That the Southern P..ifilt KHrl
r. ad C:(mlplamy of the State ,of Califl.rnia shall, in
stead of the times now lixed by law for the con
tf: uetion of the first sectinl of its mroad and tele
grrlah line bar-e until the first day of July. eigbt
ecn hundred and sevt...y for the eumstrueti,o of
thI firm, tlhr!r thirtv milee and they shall ie re
quired to) cunlsruct at least twenty dmles every
year thereafter, and the whble liue of their read
wibhio Ihe tiome now provided by law.
Appruved, July 25. Itifl.
He it emta.td by the Senate and floese of Repre
caltatives of the United States of Americe in o. n
gress assembled, 'That the l e.rtary of War be,
and is bezeby authorised to sell, at such timn and
in such manner as he may deemt mest advattl,
geu us Io toe intleleal of the government. sukjinet
to the proviiuons hereioafter comntainm..d the tll.,w
ing military reservations and public property,
Tue ground now occupied by the Saint Louis
arsenal; in the city mof Saint Louis Missomuri, elxept
the westermlst six acres thereto, and that Jucr.o
pied hi" the U'nited Ltates rmsenal situated at Lib
erty .lisaourt, togetber with such buildings, ma
bhinery; and other property appertalioln ther.eto
.a cantmot be advantageously elnolo~Ved in the oun
structim,n or iururvement of other mtrsenals or
SEA' 2. And be it further enacted. That the
ground occupied by the manlt Louis arselnal, ex
cept the westernmmet six acres tlm-rerf shall t.e
divided into blocks and lotsi of convenient size for
buildling p'umlaes with puitlic streets co.t.trming
as near ms may be wiltout detrimrent to the ilcter.
est mof the gtovernmeiut in the smale, to the pltuilict
streetsof the city .tf Saint lmuis adljltiuinw said
groundtI: a plat of this dlivisin tmade in amemr
dmumee with the laws it the State if Missouri. shall
le filed with thle prolmer uttlher in the city mof Saint
Lanm aI mI the satit lots. hall be semld ti- .amitelt ,
at pubil l aucmton ti thie iughest bid ler, aftet thirty
I da. s " immcr e by adve' ieemll-nt in at I .li.' tir-.'
daily Ipapers in the city lt Si;tlt I.m.te.; 1,'pa) ,iut
to toe I d e m lirm it m h.m he rm nt til.er mm .me
numil ,.e mircl lby d .. .1 of it lt o, ,, .t:m " .1
The tnmeI wall marrmj m l .,h,1 mIi h."*m, .,l -.m t t.
smold ti m- hatu,. not et. me.-ing tmmne Iundirmll feint :i
Fic :t. Anmd tL it fJurther enais-,i. lTh.t t ,
Wr ittruilllm t ix amre- ., thimr tr. I t i g.c',,I ,N:
rI ctied 1)3 the' ncid Smaint Loui arttse-a tl herebiy
Sgrante.t Io tie , it.V f aint Loutmmc. t be l .V it
I.e-il mt am [milie c ground fIr'- er oipme- t, the ./+me of
th1e ilow- as a pla-te of pu.tni,- re--rt. alnd t..r tin
othe-r Imerle.m " whate-ver and withm,.t many pomer
ill aimid tity Ie m .ake any dislo--ition of the 4ame
or aetv pm-4r tmeHrret, fir ary i'rivate iuse a mtte*ver:
'Prorrdmd oerrrcr. Trl.t thim grant im a.n lithe
Sxpres- rlntminle that tre said Celi or the a.am,-a.*
time fiormied and nommm exr-setimng in the. Mare ,f .lms
s"ur.li tor the fmlmrlc.ip of erecti ii a lm-relinumnmlllt it
the rnenllorv of the late Brl-geadrr (;eeral
Nathal.ie-i Lyon,. shall. withinm three ve.rs after
the imme, Icr et tih l a ct, comllelte the errreirn u&pon
the i tetii ix nire-s of mUh a ilmlnlumicentm, ultcn a pIlIn1
md om f e a Ihar-eter to be .,,mroted c t my tihe l'resi
die-t of timhe- Unttdl itart*. s; in m lefIlt w1 er.e-.m this
granm* ~ i4all be ull land t dye.
AN A('T providing for the sale it tirhe arsenal
igrounds acci t Saint Louis and Liherty Melue.uiri
and tcr ,,ther purpcc..e.
set:'. 4 And be it f rtlhr reatrd That the
giroun!.m ircurcie-e icy the Imierty arsenal shuell Iie
.i at otItItlnm auctiul , alter due. nttl.e- by ipubhlo
ad verti ilellet o tile ii ne- ahi pilace -of mt idi s.le,
in rrcm lrarceis. fhma'ke and iIts as may be dee-red
mllls. at, atlamrncsl* to' the icterestof t)e orvlerrcn
1ne- t. be the Scre-rtery tm wVacr up,.,, the to In.e "
acmnd ront ti-.ust as te, payment pe-itled i:i the pire
,r miniS t j t le't m fl
S~.c 1. And be it furtrr etnacted. rhat all
prcereds f the sale mm all Icreeper ty pmt% adecl or
it tht a,' ihall ibe paim i.,ttee trieA.,u . ,, the
I':itelm S4ties: Proridd. Ti.it the raei'Mnerv.
ordo icn"e stores, and arela that the g, vernimentll
d"-.ire.. toreet ve from sale, n sltll ic storem*l at ar,.
A re.n,-n cn.1 establilshd or to be establisbe-d b
Apipr*,ved. July 2i.', lt.8.
IN ACT to forther amend the postal laws.
Pt it enacited by the Senate and Huuse of Repro
.entatires of the Uaited Statlr ouf Amerca in Ca.n
gTres awaIrnbled, 'Tht when Hnv writer of a letter
u, which tile hpstage is prepaid. .ithamll enIorse in
writing' or in print aupin thie Ioit.lne thereof his
name and address the sarln, after remlumeoi.l g un
c.lled Inrealled) for at the port .,ticee iti whiich it
ms directed thirty day I or the time the 'w riter may I
direct shall .ae returnte.| to the s.t. l writer with ,ut
edtlltional IelnK.ge. aerher a cpeeitlc re,,itest tur
such retUrtn he in.lorme.d u," "Ih" letter or uIt.
SF. 2. hid be it furtbrr ,,arcrd. "Tuat all
SPlsmmus w.ot r-c.-ire tmu..e.v or,-ig smith hie
reluu re to pmea therefor the loll o iug ebarg'es or
tees. viz: For one duller ior any ommIn *at exc*eedqing'
twen'y dollars. a fee of ten c-,it.- bh-ll be r.harg.ed
a.:md exi.teld bh the stierlni -ter giving Cai, .order;
fo' aRIl ordper exweedi.,g 'we.ty dim;lars amnd not ex
ceedlng thirty dollars, tte ,h.*rg4 ihalll he fitteen
cetsl; for 1! .orders exi'eedin' thirty 41i1 ar ateld
notl ercerdling f,,rty do'lars,, the re. .hl.I ll ie twen
ty cetlsI t.raill orders exceedlnt foirty doillarm and
n.,t exce*ding fifty dh..llei,. thie .--e 5hall be twe.nty
five (Pent; atmlt furthertm de th.,t thie coln!ll .+usatiotil
of deputy m)-htmasters for time p1t3 inert m of mnuney
orderm Io hereby incr,.a.i+d iIromn otje-etji'h tI o.
fourth to clle e- r nlmtenll ,on the gr.*u l alnl1nnit of
orders paid at their rpectetive ,.trfi*e. uni .th tt
ot..biug containedl il an% act mshall tb.e ni--...wst-und I
as toI dertive |letllrtister4 ait lmnley order othkeeP .f
the ioil.Pels .tioln fr mranmetla4tminl the nlllti-y or.er
bhsiness fixil by the set mof .Myv seryetelelth,
eighllteem hndred and sixty f .tar amd ne.i fi.,l as
stated in this seeutio.,: Proridrd ai~way. Tlihat the
aUl' unt of sulch Rimlllail c.llllnllellltll. t.get her
ni'hi :lie pi(tmA lter'. staltry shell lIt in anyv Ped
exa-eed thle tmtlrry ertailliAbeul I), law for i.tlmas
terts thte firlt class
AEC :1 And be it further rnac'cd Tth.* tect.om
thirty-five of the aet ,.f M! lr'h thirl. ei1ih .ell
hundred and ixty three sh iI be so crmnstrmlai mPar
to Iwrmlt wee lv newslpmaper, properly f,1.l,.1 4nd,
addessed, when cent to reritnltr mlmte.,ribter in
the coinlty where inntedl mnd ,l l)i!i.he.- tio 1w dle
hivered tree otf I.*stae when depl,-ired at the
o,.fte nearest to the .flloe of mblhi*entinm; bult toth
Img in this rt sha.ll Ito mm ct,nstruel Ins to, require
earliers to distrit.lte salti paluwrs. Iale+,* pi.Hest.e is
paid upla them at the rate of five (memnts Iper quacr
ter. and saeh i.h*atmie imIeIt Ibe t,-elmiit for i .-n to
of not less tban ote qarteir . r n.-re tlhim. oit' 3 e.r.
either at theotlien of nm Ili..ig or us1 delivery, lit the
.jtl.mn of the s.b.a.r'iher
Sci . 4 And be it further enacted. That in
as.e of me lose of a monley ..rder. , dupli.ate
thereof shall be issued by the suleriotetrmlent of
the aiouey order a.e wintlh. )t rbh tre, ona the tap
'To he emntinued.)
.3. 0 aQ
n.. 66, Maym ft., Ue~aa,
*(Nowl.m Wery'% sumrn Bmock.)
WIOLEALE AND RETAIL
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
usumb mmst· s « theeart et~
IClL's SLl LIBIDO ILOU.
= mradm giu.e ts eauu.gamewt.
SUP'ERIOIt IMIrATION t.OLD HI'.TING
WAT C H ESt
I be Ornide Watbch
ROIDE Cases, a newly-dis-overed oompi
ti.,n. known only to ourselves, p e.isely Yis
gold in appearance keeping its color as lonlt as
wor., and as well fnished as the best Gold em.
These Watches are to lanting naes, made at r
own Factory. homrn the bat m .terial., of the laestb
rand nital approve1 styles. are jeweled and weM
finished, withb a iew to the best results in reatls
to wear and tine. 'or Appearanee, durahility aid
time, they have never been squalled hy Wat-ls
costing five tmes as much. Each one warrne l
hy special eertificate to keep aalrate time. Ptie
115 Gentlemen's and Ladies' sies. For this
sirll sum any ono ce bhave an excelleus Wea
equal to appsuarance anl as good f,or time as aGi
one costing $1.50. Also, a Watch ofextra flee
Superior Flistoh, for $20,
Equal is appearame to one ousting 6'2001
Also, ()roid Chains, as well madre as these 1of M
trum O$ to $t Watches and Chains to be paid fi
in currenav. Goide sent to anv part of the Uebi
States by Express Money need not be sent wrb
the o ier. as the hills can te paid when the guefs
are lde'irredl Iy the Express. Customers mag
p.;r all the Express charges
C. E. CCLLINS & OO.,
37 and `+ Nassau St , N. Y.. opposite P 0..
r- To, clubs-Where six Watches are orderd
at one timle we will mend one Extts Watch, mLb
itg seven Watches for ninety dollars.
[I Cution '-jinne our Oruidle Watches Mav
ettained sl o lhigh it rlputtlion, and the demand glr
them has greatly increased, many persons an
.ffi.ring c..mltan and w..rthles watches for sae,
rel!presentii tetao to be Oruide Watches. in sme
isiutances stating that they are our Agents. We
will state nmust positively that we employ I i)
Ager ts. and that no onle else do.s or can mal e
Or.aide: crnttequenltlv these repre.sentatious a
fulse T'h.". .ine iride NVatches can only be
.,h.tiue! by .tr, lerintiire'+tly frlln its. novllw'r
IX.L ULSI VFEL I
BOOTS AND SHOES!
IVIIOLLJI LE RE7A IL
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. :38, .Main Street,
HELENA. - - MONTANA,
At the SIGN of the
di Il(k 1sooT J
N. B. Uiranev & Co s. Boots and hboes as
Cusnto.m made aud Warranted
1P49 Iv NICK MILLE N.
Miners' Exchange Saloon
Forsmerly .f the Lafayette Brewery.
Next Dcor above the Crystal Palace, Maie S6
TH F: uhasriher s.,!irits from his old friends aei
Cuatomters, and the public generally a eme
tiUllnll'r t tlat literal Ipatr,,.age iti which he
wat. favrred at the old s.tar,. ,promisilng them th.
they may alit as obtain at his new estrblihbmets,
the twbt eigsrs. a ine.. wbeer asot liquorn of every
desers;-tin to be tound in the rerrio,rv.
Nov Itl-tInº, IAUIS ('I.ARF..Y.
I'. W. GATES & CO.,
And every deseription of
The undersigned will visit the miniaing rwinne o
M avt -ant - '*l r.reseutativhe .f the ., ).'..- works
A llrr-<, I( :(O. I. ( I'L RK,
ort-K1. Tf il ernational Ih,rel Ilhel.a M. T
For Disbursing Officers!
Paid in Capital, - - - $100,000
Authorized Capital, $500,000
8. T. HAURRR. 8. M. M ALL.
Jro. 8. ATCHISON; Cashier.
First National Bank
SAuarr 37 cO
Minerals and Ores comrctly Assaye.
-OLD AND SILVER BARS '
Gaeae..s U. S. tftsnede,
Errors of Youth.
A OUNTLEMAN wht sufered r ye re l
Netl.am I)ehility, Premtemr Ueany. sad a,
the eo· as f )m olshful kndiswetke., wall. kr .ee
-aske 4 Ll Ing hulnaity, seed free to all whO
eet i the eept atl d-riseo.e .- nomeM - e
sOepe med rweMinoh he was ewnsee
wis u.n t.iet by tbendvertis. o epereseae
do by a1. ..g, is per'ea eatamldeae.
JOHN Ii. OIDEN.
w-143 1S No. 4 %edar $t.S D w Terk