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THE MONTANA POST, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8.
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Hljoiirinmiii liM *itl urdu^.
[feast*!Ji-p*tch to the ImmH Post.1^,-ir.,m4CiiT. Dec. 2i ^ I1W^.^Suafer law^^., II li HaAu ^ct to i^!^We the
iffof ttaiUtin county ex-of^cio Trea.-urer^5 id county- K^ad arid referred.^;, ,! i^.! ^^^ iu,'^.l II B No 46. An ^ct to pre-^t the^' i^toxic^ti^6 liquors to ^ol-
K-i i ar.d referred.
;,,^ rn^^r haa approved the follnwitiK:^, |*. An act relating to the oAc^ of^it- court. I B No f. An act^llnr -t^liibos. H B No 10, An act re-^- -t ihe protection of timSer
II li No 2:1. An act to prevent
.(!ui aViving away of stock by driven*^(er^. II li .Nil '27, Aoiendiiig an act in^, t , holding rtectiorw in Montana
- An i.-' NMial the act rela.^r ,uniin^ and county c^Hcer^, aasesd.^II IS N t ; An art to s-eeure hens to team-^WbalWI and wagon ina-ters, paseed.^' i I V^ W^ An art to amend an act to pro-^^ije for corporations tar certain | ui pose..^ns^-**l
s.dloarne.1to ^alur.h^_v,^,^,,.,] ^ Mitchell inirodiiced O B No 27.^\n tc' !^r tli- r^-li^t ^f Addison Smith of^i**t L^*l^p county. Read and referred.^Jl (! No l^i. An act In relation to pre-evip-^i, ^n - t - upon the public land, ^c ,
[hot-ouncil.-pent ne.uly nil morning and^aftajMM ^ CtMMttfr of the Whole on the^bill. No final action takf^n.
HitcbetlwmgnplH leave of ali-enc*.
|li un.el ^ill to-morrow at HI o'clock,^v.. ^,^ i- ii .1 pn.pc.--.J to tlo any buM -^n^ts before Saturday.
VirginiaCi'y, M. T., Jan. 2.^CorsciL, A.^, _;F B. N^^. 44. An act to change the^mui* ^1 tlx* town ^d Fariuingtou (loBoxe*
U.p.. No. 2, An net to amend an wet to^rrful it* proceedings in civil ^mn in court*
pM ^Hi^ Council spent the whole tif
BagfasraesMi in osaaavMasaj of the whole^^jainc ^i^ revnnan* bill. Many naneajaV^ajaaaj ^^r^ adopted and it is doubted if lb*^- dually p;.s^#d by both liou e^ sie it^in.l-, tiii.- ^*^lllB. Adjourned,^^nans, a. m ^LMi- ino u.iuced 11 B No.^(7. An act to e-tatdi-h a Teintoriul In-arie^V--vluin o 1 llo-(,ital. Kh:h1 iidI referred.^M*pl-t .n u tr.tiuaeii 11 L No. tn\ An act
inenlini savtaia act* nl the county cleiks
iihin ami t^^r Montana Territory. Kead and
iighlin introduced II B No49, An act^t,.aasassrase taw IWri t or i a 1 Auditor to issue^, j^ ,. ,1 ^ ^.in ant^ in lieu of warrants No 3,of^:c, to K. W. Haekill. Kef-rre-l.^Alexarder introduced II B No oO, An act^it. t\ i.i tb^ light* of Attorneys and^r.^un.-ellorr to eoll-Jl tli^lr lee.-. Kr nl awl
lUrne.uitriMluc^x( II B No 5, An act regu-^uting thelp*- ot officers, jurors and witness**,^^n repi^.ilin^ the act ap[^rov^^d February 9,
i ' .tO-T^ I p- Hit ^^ I .
11J li No .1. Apj^ropri^ting mon^y for the^relief ot I ho.-. B. Wade. Kead and refetreil.
11'!^-. p. n. ^II 1^ No oV^ An act to arueud^u net relaiue to counties and county officer*
I| Pa A.i, An act to secure liens to teain-
!^r^.la bore s and wagon masters, pained.
IIli N M, Kept-almg an act to prevent the^^le. i mt. M.- itiiic Jl piors to sobliers.pa-sed.
II.1 M. No 2. bwIb| appropriation ot elev-^^ii hm ilretl th.iu-and dollar* tor expenses of^'t.'.i .1 \^ ir. p i-.-eil.
\-.ii.- w;.- ^.b-er* ed with much pomp.^7 ..i-:: - -pi ead a fine table where the geuts^ntbeied a round en wm^**.
Dec..10.^Reports from Marion,^Meat militia fjrsuing their course^Fearing they may be attacked,^building stool, t ies and throwing^^totii littil. Messrs. liarny.
'un |, ij.-er, W afford a^vJ other prominent^^^iiiiens hsve been arrestee^ and confined. No^ameM given for their arrert.
Ibeprivates wore no aMMforme and it ie ion-^^^isikle to distinguish tbeji from other nig-^^r^ except by their arms.
rWenger*from the Arkio^a^ River report^the fields white with cottoa, which the plant-^i* ^r* unable to pick, tb^Mr hand* having^tone off io join the militia.
Savannah,bee. 30-^The Sheriff of this^cosnty on Tuesday, weat l^ Uayward's plaa-^u:i^.n ou O^echee river, K mile* from the^t.. i.rrert 17 negrae*charged with shoot-^^t^; vatcbaien ^^n the plantntanna, and carry -^^C off toe crops of planter*. They made five^^rrau. Ou the Atlanta Unlf Railroad tb-y^^^r^ -urrowuded by a boat MS armed negroes^^ko rescued the priaooeru, disarmed and^Jjkhea the sheriff, destroyed aire warrant* and^*ea tareatesed to kill him if-aver he served a^^^C*! Kocea* again in that viotmty. The ne-^Pm then set a rated in'^ SQ4ML*k and marched^to the plantation* avowicg tbey would^the hearts blood of every white man on^'^^I'geche river, saying war had commenced.
Otenegm watchman is euppeied to be mar-^^^^1 :.rn i^^ wuite men badly flwart.
All'h- white men were obliged to flee to^^^^tj to save their lives.
Uuinenand Uttlechildren amipj the hand*^^f the mob, and have been carnec off into the
*eatexcitement exists in the community.^Ihe^heajff's posse of between 1*) and 400^^*^eae. leave at daybreak u^ morrow to res-
* the ^i.men and children.
Ibemilitary decline to interfeee antil the^J^et of the civil authorities, for preserving
Tiernas been exhausted.
- !^^ ' I.^ \ r nventioa vJ5 held^^ t-ori yesterday to tike measure* t,a secure^^ovements of ibe Illinois nver by deepen-^* fbe Illinois and Michigan can*!. The^la'ur* has memorialized to provide for^'C*B,,J ^ork. The cost of the work is^^IH st $2,000,000. The total debt of^being lea* than $6,000,000. theepeak-^rted the f^tate Could well afford to coui-^ttiis important enterprise without de^ay.^* hepubjican's Wi.hincion special aays^aiOicuPy m the Fir*t Congrecatiocal^cb, between Gen. Howard and Rev. Dr.^'ti'u. La.- broken out afresh, OS members^- etiurch issuing an address full of^Uen. Uavaad. \ inajoritv of the^^elastic with Boyuton.^\ lk^ ,,*c 31.^A London dispatch^^ owner ot the Encli-h yacht Cam-^^ young Bennett'* challenge to^r th^ Raaj^^ ^ : ii g ol much h-avi-r luu-
ortaa IVmce letter says the English^'-'ch e^et threatened to lay the town^^rauo in asbe* nuleas the schooner^releaseu from illegal eeisuie. She
byfire to-night. There were 150 horses in^th^ building, all of which were burned or^suffocated. Twenty carriage*, valued at $1,500^each, harness, Ac, were deitroyed. Total^loss probably $200,000
Philadelphia,Dec. SI.^The street passen^^ger depot of the Richmond Line. Lebigb st ,^was burned this morning with 22 car*. The^flames spread so rapidly that men in the office^had to break iron bars from the window* to^escape. Lo*s heavy.
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Chicago,Dec. 31. -The Republican'* an^^nual review of the progress of Chicago for^the past year, says 8.045 buildingi were^erected during the year at a cost of about^$25,000,000. Of these 1.000 are for business^purposes, costing $13,000,000 : twenty-five^are church*^, costing $1,700,000. Between^five and six thousand are residence*. The^total cost of *treet improvement* for the^yoar is $^i2^\onn. Thu applies merely to open*^mg street*. Nearly two in le^ of Nicholson^or wooden block pavement were laid during^the year at a cost of a little over two mil^^lions I i expended for improving streets,^including sidewalk*, lamp-posts, and private^drain*, i* three million* and a quarter. To^thi* *hould be added the cost of the Washing^^ton ^treet tunnel, under the river, probably^$4b0.000. Tli* total valuation of property^in the city i- $2o0.2.io.nno. on which taxes^are -^ vied ^to the auiauut of nearly $3,250,0oO.
hicago,Dec. 31.^The Republican'* spe^^cial of Yankton say* the Dakota House of^Representative* ha* passed a bill riving^women the light to vote and hold office.iu^that Territory. It probably will be defeadet^in the Council! by a small majority.
liallitnore,Dec. 31.^dor. Swann i^ill at hi* raSSslsUM with pneumonia.
Norlolk.Va. D^*c. ^^'^^The agent of the^Virginia Kxpress Co., was knocked down nnd^ri.Mi-l id $12,000, at five o'clock this morn^^ing, while on hi* way to the depot. The
agentWhs -eri.iusiy injured.
NewYork, Dec. 31.^Cha*. M i^XW.fui^merly Superintendant of the St. Nicholas Ho-^i-l, was murdered on Twelfth street, near^Broadway, in open day light thi* morning ny^some unknown person.
\netlier Indian 1X1-lit.
St-Louis, Dec. 31.^ A Rrpuhlican special^from Topeka, Kansas, say.-, report* thougnt^to be reliable, have reached there to the effect^that another fi^jht with Indians bad taken^place in the Wacl.it i Mountain*. A large^number of Indian* rtre snid to hive been killed.^Satanta, chir^f of the Kiowas. and Little Ra^^ven of liie Arapahoes. wer- t.ik-n prisoner*.
Alar^e amount nl properly wa^ enpture I.
TheIndian* engaged were Kiowas^ Chey^^enne* and Arapahoe*.
Furtherparticulars cannet be given in con-^.-etjuence ol the official me-senger losing the^mail.- while crossing the Aikausu* river,^t able Krwa.
London,December 31.^A despatch from^Sues, anticipating Australian mails, says in^^telligence ha* be^n received at Melbourne^liom ^^ew Zeland that fifty European fami^^lies bail lieen i:iurdere^l by I he natives.
Patis,Dec. 31 ^official decree ns-ign* the^new or|( in o,f the Government the title of^Journal Otfirial De 1'Empire.
Madrid. Dec. 31.^ Gen. Rhnda having re^^stored quiet at Saville, has returned to O r^do^a, and the National guard at Saville ha*^been di-artned.
London,Djc. 31.^One day's luter news^from Con-t*niinople say the Cretan insurgent*^have all submitted to Turki.-h authority and^a Provisional government has be^n established
.Wlonta..a Pont 4 arrler'* Addreaa
'\gain mid winter shrouds the plain.^And rends with augry blunts the sky^^\ Neve Y^ear rolls around again.^Another Year ha*, glided by.
Andcustom e'er since) type* were cast^Demands from me. in empty rhyme*^j Congratulations for tho Paat,
Andhint* and Jio|m*m for Future times.
'Hnt first just giv.^ a thought, my friends.^To what I've) done^and stili must
do-Through storm or sliine. as lien veil^sends.
Tofurnish latest news to you :
;By ev'ry door, through mud and snuw,^I pass ere morn is gruy,^sVasu while you dream I onward go^f'pon my dark and dreary way.
Fouryears ngo the cedar swayed
Toainds where now our mansions^stand :
Alungthis lovely ]t!^it^a^i played
The deer - -'t was ull the Indian's^land
Now,granite blocks on ev'ry square^liesiieak our wealth and enterprise ;
Tin-Church, high steonled in the air,^And Sihool. in moral irmndeur rise.
!J^~uttJ^^^^SZI To the Watchmakers
Hejxisiug nentli the mountain domes
.vorablet. x.itio,.^; M-xico i, on toot. Meetings. re
Nlo aJJ ^7^*'^^ ^ 00 ^^x^t. Meetings
heldfavorable to the pro-
'Jlli ^ 30-^Hi* extensive livery^**^ ^'treel, was completely flastrajad
riirr- are live pewspaers published at^Olympia. | \V. T.)
Thepopulation ot Arizona is estimated^at 10,000.
Thesnow sheds ou ti e ^'entrul Pacific^Kail road extend a distance ot twenty^two mile*.
Thefunded debt ot San Francisco is^o.^J 14o o8: and the floating debt is^$oT ^,000, in all. about j:i.700.000.
Aman named Snipe, was shot and^killed while resisting the sheriff^ in Vi^.^salia. on the ^th instaut.
Aman named John C. Hughes died^suddenly of bleeding at the lungs, in^Santa Cruz, on Thursday, December, 3d.
CharlesWestmoreland has been se^^lected by the electors to carry the re^^turns of California to Washington.
ii.D, Hackett was thrown from his^wagon, while hauling wood near Scott's^Vallev, Santa Cruz county, and had his^collar bone broken.
Aman named Combs, lately from^Montana, committed suicide at Canes^muh, Oreg^ \ on tbe 5th, while in a^temporary fit of insanity.
Theyield ot the Occidental mine,^near Virginia City. Nevada, for the^month of November, amounted to $41,-^757.
Theyhave been investigating the con^^duct ot County Hospital recently and^elicited some evidence very dangerous^to thoeu in charge. A couple of points^are thus brought oat by the Chronicle :
Thetestimony in the Hospital in^^vestigation yesterday, showed that one^towel waa used by about eighty pa^^tients, afflicted with all sorts of diseases,^an entire week.
Awitness in the Hospital investiga-^tien. y^ sterday. t^st!6ed that he heard^^arses say that they wont around in the^morning and found patients dead in
Daringtbe past month there has been^coined at the Branch Mint, San Fran^^cisco, $47,000 in silver, and $2,520,000 in^gold. This is the largest niothly coin^^age made for several years.
ThomasMoore was severly injured^about three weeks since, in the Suffolk^mine near Nevada, while blasting with^giant powder. His leg was amputated,^and he was apparently recovering, when^a change took place and be died.
Theagent of the Atlantic and Pacific^Telegraph Company in San Francisco,^received recently a quantity ot newly^made telegraph wire from ono ot the^Company's lines between Sacramento^and Yirg'nia City. Tbe wire is much^smaller than the old kind. It has a case^of steel with a protecting case of copper^ribbon wound around it spirally. It^weighs 110 pounds per mile; that ordin*^anly used weighs 320 pounds per mile.^Fewer posts are r^ qui red lor the former,^and it is better protected from the ac^^tion or the elements. The quantity re^^ceived is sufficient for a Iiue 100 miles^long.
MissLiMie H. ^ ..c.-ch. a weil known^... Ueo: Sun Fr^nci*co. aa well as ot the^Empr. rs balls ot tbe Tuilerie-a, startled^*t ciety i he other dn^ by suddenly inar*^ryiog Howard Odt, and immediately^departing inr E-r-j*' wiib her parents,^they n^-t b^ing aware of tbo proceeding,^and the bridegroom remained behind.
Thatgrandly wall it to the skies,^! With lowing herds und plensant homes,^Th^- Prickly Pear belore us lies:
AssJother valleys, rich and wide,^Are filled with thieks and furrowed^fields.
Andeast and west, on ev'ry side.^Montana's soil abundance yields.
TheClark s Fork and the Yellowstone^Across the mountains join their^hands
^t.-t-ttleineiits a wid ning ZOUe^From Snake tottallatin ^*xpan^l*.
Columbia,on the western side.^Is rife with trade from mine*^mouth :
Missourirolls with queenly pride^Our carrier mi the east and south.
Thestream ot wealth our placers pour^Decreases not as time rolls by:
Ourveins produce the richest ore.^Anil mills to crush it multiply.
Andbarely touched the min'ral field
Thatin Montana lies^^A generation hence the yield,
Increasingstill, shall men surprise.
Amidthis wealth in regal pride
Andgrowing strength Helena stands,
Andgrasps and scatters far and wide^Her solver bars and golden sands.
TheHatning iron horse is near
Therugged range he s bounded o'er ;
Inthree years more he'll thunder here,^And bring New Y'ork right to our door.
Krelong the North Pacifie s rails
Willmark a path of fire and steam^Through wilds where now the Indian's^trails
Areundisturbed, and he's supreme.
Thencities proud from Lake to Sound^Within these solitudes will rise:
Helenathen will forward bound,^And lead in mountain enterprise.
Withall the wealth of tunneled mine,^With al! the wealth of fallow plain,
Montanasoon will fall in line
Ai.eadino State, and such remain,
Aleading State, the ckntkk stab,^The brightest on the field of blue,
Whosescintillations, near and far,^Shall gild the West with golden hue.
O!brave and noble pioneers,
Yourlaurel-wreaths will never fade,
Batbrighter grow as circling years^Extend the conquests yon have made.
AndO! should Crowns and Senates fall,^And wreckt'ul Discord nations blight,
Thesemountains be they then a wall^Enclosing Freedom, guarding Right.^Helena, January 1st, 1869.
Thisforenoon, as Wells, Fargo ^z Co's^stsge waa about moving from the Og-^den hotel, and the passengers were ar^^ranging tor their seats, the gun of Mr.^Louis Lesser, of Montana, was acciden^^tally discharged by himself, the contents^passing through his right leg. He was^carried into the hotel, and as the stage^left, it was understood that the unfor^^tunate gentleman's leg was broke.^Halt^Lake Telegraph, Dec. 23.
TheSalt Lake Reporter of Dec. 22d,^aays. Wells, Fargo ^ Co's stages to the^East will leave hereafter at 4 a. m . in^^stead of at 0 p. m. as heretofore, making^connection with the U. P. H. It. at Ev^^ansiown in twenty hours.
Ason of T. K. Hawkins, sged eight^years, was drowned in the Hock Point^flume, Nevada, on the 13th.
ThePacific House, recently burne*l iu ^ cost* and alimony.^St. Joe will be rebuilt.The Hollanders have ^soured on ' the
Theamount of bullion assayed in Prince ot Orange, who is as bad as Al-^Owyhee county, Idaho, during the month ' bert Edward.
ofNovember, was $45,242.40.Photographs on silk, to be used tor
At Horsetown, Cal., John Clark fell medallions on safes, arm chairs and^from his wagon, Dec. 4, and sustained cushions, are now in vog;ue in Paris,^interests which resulted in his death.pne ^toVernor of louva has issued a
ElizabethDavis has l^ecn granted a proclamatien granting to negro.j* full^decree of divorce from W. A. Davis, l^y rights of citizenship.
theDistrict Court at Austin.
MargaretByrne has been granted a
decreeof divorce from Thomas Byrne^by the Fifteenth District Court of San^Francisco.
GreenClay Smith has reeigned the^fiov^rnorship of Montana.^ l)^ur^r^Xt ir*.
J.M. tiallegos has been appointed^Superintendent of Indian aff.iirs lor New^Mexico, the office having been vacant a^yeur.
BrighamYoung is indeed a pillar ot^Salt Lake. His idea ot' a wife is ^ Lots.
FrankCody was badly hurt by satflh^caving on him in Virginia Citv . \. \^on I^eiemb^*r 14th.
II.Ardagh, the man injured ou the^Central Pacific Railroad, near Argenti.^on the rith. died in Sacramento on the^L7tl
LucySmitu, aged M years, was found^dead in sVSff room on Hinckley street,^Sau Francisco, last Monday^Cause ot death unknown.
TheWestern I'niou Telegraph Com^^pany have reduced their charges! gaj tel^^egrams to Ki-no, Sacramento. Stockton,^and San Francisco.
SimWalters, who is in jail at sVkaMI^City, charged with the murder ot Bacon,^says the Owyhee Titt'il \\'^ir^ of Decem^^ber l^i. is a nativi-o! Kentucky, raised in^Missouri, but has lived two or three^years in Montana. He is only alniut 22 '.^years ot age. and if guilty ot the crime^with which he is charged, has developed^a degn-e of human depravity seldom
equalled,unless it shall be shown that^he was laboring under partial insanity.:^We knew him in Montana in 18(m as^well as his father and brother, who were^all well respected by their neighbors ui^Deer Lrsige Valley, nearly all of whom^had known them in Missouri. His^father, Sidney Walters, had, in the sum .^mer ot 1805, quite a good miuing claim^on Jefferson (iulch. bur in 1.800 the claim^failed, atter expending considerable j^money ou it. which U-^t them with lim^^ited means. In the winter of lio, Sim^was selling cattle, which he and his^father owued on Hace Track Creek, to^the butchers in Deer Lodge City It^was during this time thst sssj liecanie ac- '^quainter), and occupied the same house!^tor some time, a store in Deer lx^dg
AdaaajBtOI ofGes*. Humphrey Marsh^all, ot Kentucky, has written a novel^entitled ^As By* Fire.
TheBerlin correspondents of Swiss^papers say that Binmaick s disease is^simply delirium tremens.
Aleopard shouldn't be caged. It |^would lie bard that he should be eon- J^fined to one -i^^^^.
In'Ttdible as it may seem, many of |^the richest planters iu Jamaica live on^coffee grounds.
Theyhave two candidates tor Oram's 1^Cabinet at Columbus, Obio^Samuel^Oalloway and Wm. Denuison.
S.S. Moore, .Jr. was shot aud IsWtSslt^ly killed at New Albany, Ind., recently,^by the wife ot .KJiu Morton.
InSpain there are !*1 dukes, 74^i mar- '^quises, HV I'iHiDts. 74 viscounts, and ^^'^^barons.
Severalof the 3^K) graduate lady phy- '
sieians make $10,000 a vear by their ;^evening. | pHmkfaas|Ml
TbeNew York lf^ n-fti calls Theodore^Tilton the molasses of journalism, and^Wendell Phillips the Vinegar.
lames Russell Y'oung, of the New \^York Tribuut, is writing a book, and^Manton Marble, ^^t the New Y'ork WorUI ^^is erecting a house on a $50,000 lot.
Double-breasted frock, coat, tight^trowsers, Canadian hats and light gloves^is now the fasliiouable promenade cos- ^^tuine for a New Y ork swell.
Dr.Brink, one of the Sanitary insjiecs^tors during the late war, has been ap
n,Ii ii 1/ a Bond), No. A3 Main street
Uaveju^t received a complete -tock of all^kinds of
Kinbracinga fiue assort uaeut ofj
wluciiwe oiler^CHEAP TO THE TRADE!
Ordersfrom a disCa.94^ H'l receive careful^and prompt attention.
L|all description.* w^U bedoue on tUe taost^reasonable tarms. Giving luy personal atten^^tion to this branch of the business, I shall be^able to give perfect satisfaction.
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point!d V. S. consul to the city of Mexi^^co, vice Marcus Otterborg, resigned.
\V.Milnor lloberts. ot Pittsburgh .and^the most einiuent civil engineer in^America, was married on the 20ih ot^Dec., to Miss Adaliue Iteelan. also of^Pittsburgh.
Itit estimated there are 00..500 boilers^in the I'nited State*, representing a^power of :i.000.000 horses, or 17,000,000^men. Of these boilers tl.OOO are loco^^motive. 10.500 steamboat. oO.OOO station^ary.
IuNew York, at the bottom ef wed^^ding invitations, is now put in tbe line^^No presents received except from rela^^tions.^ Several recent weddings have^been sparsely attended, those unable to
artel*our own ob^ervation aud the obsv I*** presents sending regrets.
tidenceplaced in the the Walters bj^Dock Foreman, the proprietor, who had^known them in Missouri, snd who had^been partner with Sim's uncle in Kan^^sas, led us to form a very favorable opin^ion both of father ard son. In the^meantime, it was generally understoisl^that S:iu was engaged to be married to^young lady ot good culture and accom
Auexchange tells the story ot a man^who had such a wonderful memory that^he could remember three weeks belore^he was born, and how he cried for tear^he was going to be a girl.
Th'treare over titty millions of dollars^invested in telegraph lines now in oper^^ation in the I'nited States, and new^lines are being daily added, involving
plishmects iu the Valley, but whose: an expenditure ot a million of dollars^family was opposed to the marriage on I every year. The gross earnings of these^pecuniary grounds After we left the lines tor the year 1807, was $7,041,oo'-i^Territory, as we learn from Sim.a broth^er of the young lady took occasion to I^insult him, and was shot in return, but^not dangerously. Sim then left the i^country, went to Missouri and Ken- '^tucky, but finding that country too slow^returned to Salt Lake, and engaged as a |^wagon boss tocome to Boise City. From^Boise he came to this place, and finally^settled on Reynold's Creek, where he'^engaged in farming with Bacon. For j^some months past lie has been talking^ing of buying the ranch, and it was^while they were on the way to Boise^ostensibly to complete the trade, that^Bacon lost his life. Sim is accused of^the killing under circumstanstes. which^it true, are too revolting to think of.^His father is in Missouri and his brother^in Calforma. They are respectably con^^nected, and this accusation, whether^true or false, will fall upon them with^withering effect.
ONLY500 TICKETS IN^THIS CLASS!
KOIDKCase*, a n*^i^ l_v-^ti^-^^v^.re^l .^om|^oai^ti^m. known only to o Intel ve*. p.ea-i*ely lik^^i ^;ol^l in appearance kcepintr it* roler as lonjr a^^worn ami as well finished an the liest Ootil ones.^These Watches are in Huatiiia; case*, made, at our^own Factory, fiom the USal n. .'.^riit!.. of the latent
andmost approved styles, are jeweled and well
finished,with a view to the best results in regard^to wear and time. Kor Ap|iearance durability and^time, they have never lieen aajaalled by Wai-be*^^-^^^rinir five t nif- as in-n-h. K-i. li one warranted^l^ys|^ecial certifi iate to keep accurate time. Price^816 Oeutlemen's and 1 .adieu' pises. For this^small sum any ono can have an excellent Watch,^equal in appearam-e and as good for time as a Gold^one costing- *!'^^. Also, a Watch of extra fine and
Siijurior Finish, for $'iO.
K|u^l in appearauce to una oMtinjf a-jom^Also. Oroide Chain*, as well made aa tboae of Gold^trum - J '^^Watches and Chaius to be paid Cor
incurrerirv. (linalssent to anv part ot the Foiled^States bv Kvpress Money need not lie sent with^the oifler. e.s tbe hills c n lie paid when the jrotids^are delivered by the Express. Customers mum^p. v all the Kxpress cbarkes.
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UPNTAIRS.^fa** T'i clulis^Where six Watches are ordered^at one time we will send one Kxtra Watch, niak ^^ins; seven Watches for ninety dollar*.
^%^~ Caution ! ^ Sii^'-e our Oroide Watches have^attained so bia*h a reputation, and the demand for^them has s;reatly increased, many persons are^^^r]rrriiifr common and worthless watches for sale,^represent!na; them to be Oroide Watches, in some^instances statins; that they are our Agent*. We^will state most positively that we employ dc^Averts, and that no one else does or can make^Oroide, consequently these representations are^I false. Tbe genuine Oroide Watches can only be^: obtained by ordering directly troin us. oovllwtf
ONEPRIZE TO EVERT SEVEN TICKETS.
LOOKAT THE LIST OF PRIZES'
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MixedPickles^boys and girls
Ason-in-law of Ole Bull has commit^^ted suicide.
Avelocipede school has started in^New York.
Stewart'snew store employs 1,000^girls.
Light blue velvet vests are again^worn.
NewJersey is the most Methodist^State in the Union.
Tbebride's dress at a recent Paris^wedding cost $12,000.
TheiLondon theatres are producing^showers of rain with real wet water.
StonewallJackson's daughter is be^^coming the belle of the South.
Wolfscalps cost Minnesota $10.000 a^year.
Bulwer'sdivorced wife is in a lunatic^asylum.
NewYork and Brooklyn support 1,678^billiard rooms.
Menof mark^those who who can't^write their names.
Chewing ^paper ' has superceded^^gum.
Punchaays advertisements on the^pavements are beneath one's notice.
Geo.Wm. Curtis gets $7,000 a year for^his Easy Chair in Uarpt m.
Queerthat a shoemaker who is ^ever^^lasting'' is continually ^pegging out.''
TheWar Department recommends1 _^the sale of Fort Snelling, Minn.Minnesota House!
Threehundred different works have* RODNEY ST., - HELENA, M. T.^been written on the American rebellion.! AOA1W CBOSMMLANN. Prop'r.
Huntraryis about to celebrate its^thousandth anniversary as a kingdom.
Henry W. Longfellow, the great^American poet, is in (ienoa.^Cincinnati had seventy-four deaths
*WEACH IN CURRENCY
ThisLottery is a permanent institution, and^the drawing; takes place every month, increasing;^tbe number of prizes at every dr tains;.
TWEXTl PER CEXT.
Isdeducted from each Prize to defray ex-^psssss and the drawing; takes pines In^presence of civil officers and in public. For fur^^ther particulars addressLF.ON LOBB,^ueoeral Ajreul, Helena, M. T- Post Office Box^No 19.
With permission we refer to Loeb A Bro; King^it Oilletre; John H Ming;: David Ilag-adorn; Niok^K.-*ler. Molitor st Ilro. all of lleleaa.
Ticketsto be had in Deer Lo4g;e at the Scott^House; Virginia City of H siegei 4 Co ; Black-^foot. K C. Jobasou; Bear Go. cb, Montgomery's^Kxprese Office. Bauoack, Nmith eV Or teier; Bwze-^man City. Davis A Peisser; Diamond City, W.^Davenport.
OENKRAI,OFFICE^Opposite Wells Fsrjro A^Co's office. Helena. M. T. octl^dawtd
THIScentralv located Hotel otTera tbe best ae^cornmodations to be had in Helena.
CleanBeds and a Uood Table.
tyBOARD fOOO PER WEEK. _aE^Charges less than at any other first -lass Hotel
P.\V. GATES A: CO.,^CHICAGO.
Andevery description of
Tbeundersigned will visit tbe mining regions of^Montana, as the representative of the above works.^Address,OKI). H. CLARK
ocKwtf International Hotel. Helena. M. T
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AtiENTI.F.MANwho suffered for years frosa^Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, and al^the effects of youthful indiscretiot. will tor tbe^sake nt offering humanity, send tree to all who^need it. tbe receipt and directions SSI making tbe^simple remedy by wbicb be was enred. Sufferers^wishing to profit by tbe advertiser s experience,can^do m^ by addressing, in perfect confidence.
JOHNB i ^^ 1DKN.^v l^ 103No. 42 Cedar St. Ne w York
IDAHOSALT! IDAHO SALT!!
frometnall-pox in November.
Whyare the (iermana like quinine^and ^rentian ^ Because they are T*o-^tonica. |
lamartine la 78^in hia dotage^and^dictates nonsense daily to his amanuen^^sis.
TheCuban revolutionary flag has) ^E_v^JiJIaL,,p' For ^^,^ cheap.
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blueand white slrip-s and a triangolar^field with a large a Into star
h.dittk.s.^Ueleaa, P. O .
Oneidacounty, Idaho Territory
ONthe Lander Fm grant Road, f^ mileseas^from
tcrussMnake Kiver, and 2T.^^ miles from Virgin.a^'!ty. M T. la Strenah I'nrity and Vbiteness,^t is unsurpassed bv ssty .a^lt SMeadksnlafaw iu 'he^ini'ed Stales, ami is eo,t^ally *npere*r to the Hart^' ake salt Air Suielting ^ad A male imatina* ae west^s for Culinary and Dairy purposes, The ^ *y*^ \^ies of Ihe works having been increased to Six^hoosand poands per day. we are bow prepared to^111 all orders prvasptly.
Price*50, (carreacy) f^r ton in balk. A liberal^I is^^ unt allowed on large quantities. Sacks fur^ished when required For tun her }^irtii-uuus^.ddressn. P. WHITE. Agent,
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