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, r;- trnt eommlttea.
1i 1 N , 16l. extra clIpenr-ation bill, the
: it r .l., uminority reports were pre-ented,
n. ) 'rity recomumendlin its pas-age and
. . rlty racuommends its p:iage with an
I...q,,;:'".,tn relealit the section of the law
.;r,'. i lc. I t. 1t7ti, giving increased com
a! rt-:Is n to the secretary of the Tertitory
: reticlng the pay of members of the Leg
"-i.,ou,. t, eight dollars per day. The minor
,:. r,"i ,rt was adopted and ordered engromed.
'. M -11 J 31 No 4. asking Congress to
a t ,ui-:1 th lIndian title to the Bitter Root
. ,i.v wa p.ise.1 unanimou-ly.
.I I,,te by wnich Hl B No 43, an act gir
ir liens to teamsters, laborers and wagon
:n..- trs wa ltost. but was re-considered. and
,' I-,·I " askedt to return the bill"
ºav-l, Introduced C B No 3a, an act t., re
i-tl an act incorpu,rtuing the city of Vir
fEJwar.ir introduced, C B No . , an act to
I--, Ile the bonds of Matrimony between
laul rchwartz and Catharine Schwarta. Re
:-rr.ý t, -Ieci.al committee on divorces.
' .1 t SNo 7, to pay Davis A Thorougbhan
. : Ir l.Eal eervat-:s was pase].
.\ . urnd.
ii u'. . A. .--Stewart ol.rred a re-olution
',: . 1..,;1-lature adjourn nine die on Sat
t,::,, neat. Land on tbe table.
\0- ntworth introduced U1 B No *9, An act
. !!.m r.,,a.f of Mtisoula county. Refe rred.
l.. '! ,.:troduced A B No 60, An act to
a;t. :, the Tertn:orial Librarian to seed for
- ..: a .y freaLt on the amne. Read
i . t.. At. .art t, :.mnt.d an 9-tL con
i- .ft andi CuD turmt ala vat patted.
- o·r tiat Sj-provetd HI B Nai IQ. An
·-, t." !uhic highways.
r] *.sý $i~tor..-li B No 3U. an act to
.i 1 I 1't:t 4i5.Yt'O for laying out and tttah
* a )t from Bt'z'waa City to Heissum.
iL -;;-_&n tuores to strike out the title
ar.: iL-rt 'ba following: "An act for the
r'*, f HsI orea, in Lenis and Clarke county,
",61 13. 'tnan City. in allIMm county." I
I !: NS' .19. an act to authoriae the Terr
'+ Au aii4r to mtue a warrant i lin e of
2.ýr 21 tE. &W. Haskell,weun pared.
i ..+ItIlIUTS to bold evening swaome, t
fr(·U conily that when tit Mom ad'
1 :ru tr.j aft.tooon they adjoiur gne die,
A ps~Le zname CA tais aftarmoos be
tween lbarlac Lime and hrib.m, K e-
Po of African desen, to, or .i. S d.
Thirt eth:ea roeut s es N Io ere
forrt -three waast., nd a3ýiI,?inl-ar
draw, Ci,-4d by Lb. intfagmm of 1
eti. Bc-tb combasasis wrn, mm- M
up buat sither periscurly hurt.
The Old Dommlmloa lela Betlew r.
Richmond, Jan. 2.-A conference of some
leading men in the tate has been in session
for two days past. It is attended by A. H.
Stewart. Flouornay, Gen. Echels, Bailing Ruf
tin and many others. A preamble and resole
Lion are agreed on. stating that while the peo
ple of Virginia do not believe the negroe to
,an uneducated condition are yet it for suf
frage. yet. In view of the expreesion of pub
lic opinion in the'recent national election in
the hope of creating harmony and union they
are willing to accept universal suffrage, coup.
lod with universal amnety. A committee of
tine was appointed to visit Washington and
urge Congrees to legi-late so as to secure these
'privilege. to the people of the State. A res
olution was adopted recommaoding the peo
ple of the State to bold a convention, Feb.
Ilith, at lichmoud. to receive the report of
the colummittee and arrange for a canvass.
1 hi: conference is the result of a movement
on foot to "do something," a' distinguished
iroin the "do nothing,' the former desiring
to make some advance toward meeting the
reconstroction nctL and averting the disabili
tie, of the teat oath. etc. of the new consti
tution, the latter believing the people of the
State should. under no circumstance sanction
negro suffrage, which they believe disastroas
luaauaguratloua of (.ov, |Hogrmaan.
Albany, Jan. .:.-The Governor elect, Hoff
mar. was this morning ; cortie to the State
Capital hby the 9th brag.ade of National
guard,- and a company of cavalry, to be inan
curatld. NoStwithltanalng the storm, which
waI the wnar-t of the teas-oL, A large crowd
w:ct lpr-.tt to witnes.s the ceremony. Gov.
irl.tc7a and sataff. followel by Gtov. lloffman
and -taff, entered the A. embly Chamber at
I p. mn. Gtov. Fenton addre..ed the Governor
el.--t in a cordial, congratulatory manner,
anid surrenderedl to him the symbols of office.
;Iov. lloltluan replied in an equally compli
amaentary and cngratulaultory manner. Subse
lunttl ", with Lieiut. Gov. Beach hew.sworn
aIn. A.'ter the ceremony Gov. Hloffman heldia
r-aePt.tlin in the Executive Chambers, and
NIr-. Illotman ::t the Executive Man-ion.
The Isadmasa BWar.
.L ,u!-, Jan. ...-- -n. Sherman ha. re
a- ei a ltter from -bh.ri.l.an, dated Fort
Co.t.b. DIec. 1ti,., a-etailanra the operation- to
th at date, a:ai narrating the capture of San
t.,t. .andi laone W1aI. 1le i, holding them
:- . -t.1 e tal the l. in.o.- corme in and pun
i-! tht-. known to hate I aen coucerrnel in
;..r- i,.al act oaf muri-r. lie will sznd RIllack
Kr.ttle- -i-ter out to the Cheyanenand Arap
.! - atl I i laa.: a landl thail- to( come in alid
- uttn iit to like trantmoer t. If they refuse to
c ",Ie lie w il ca;lrr on wa:r ag:lill-t them in
t,- \\:a-1 ira t u, t 'II. ar.l willl leave with
ti-n. 1:z t a iartlicl.rnt force to enabille himn
t , c, ttrl the Indlian- tw at Fort CL.i, ain,
-ti, ,t!,-rs a- l : 'y ci , in.
In a I iva:t," l-tter to l-n. Sh-lrIana , ona
.liv lattr. t aerilan -lavs the Kiwa.c are c..mo
it, ::- "'"Thr t'b~ev o.nn+ have been very huan
h,i . -ets- tlia'r purnt-hauent by Cu'tar. lie
h:,a ta, doubt the Ar:.aaha+e wiall al-o coaLCe
In :it.l - r r i abrrahls l, a, hall ta'trrl.h , after
S., lh a," - r o feaar . f thiotr rn.-wlu. h..-
\VWa-f noln, .ln. 1.-Thy Proe.i nt' te
1. :. n thi- morniri % n. attended by orn -
lr. of the L:Ilotuatic torT,-. all army oth
(.-r- i:, t;,i+ itry. .I! .u ," of the 'ulremne
(turt, noi,'l.r.r. f I'" ('abtin |, inetnbi rs of
' "r: .. r- P i.Iita i.n. In li t -ltiai.t'n. ar.|l in'lly
pro ) l) 1. "r. on-. 1 I- att-n t.htl e of I t
i..- n..- rxlthi-r -l|i1 owioa to the e(ornTI.
t ici'ao, .Jamu:trv :;.-The Bepulicme nSew
Yo k -,.-ct.Il -.yv- a ,troni com.iinatilon of
LUil.- It Wall .ctree;, L'. w, Vanderbilt, Jay
1;oull. Jn:tea FiSk. iDewey, Kup and other
lari' capitalits' intend to carry up ,tocks. It
t- ,tat.(i they control forty or fifty millions.
antl ".i: ha.ve I!iinfs all th1"- own way. They
l:)a c tl,~ir c.iLp.Atl.n all arra:ngel. 'ITh- bear.
wi,,) are lnmoralized, built I hope upon thie
oni ,,n that the .arecton. of su·-h a rollossal
ln ,V. ll'aut will ituarrel over their western
lr.-. for which the New York Central . Erie
aCief- are In such active coampetitano. It is
r,,orted in certain official circles that the
creat bull. Int-ni to sell their stock whlwn
rh-y :et th', market high enough, and thus
lo'k currency and beat down price., and then
luv .again at the large decline they canuel.
N..rfolk. January 3.-The Hleralds Madrid
rl,'cia;l of the 2nd. report- that the inosurents
i:t Mal|aj. fired on the boat of an American
str-aner while cnnveying an American family
to the ship.
.r:ano expressed much re;ret and as.urec
the U1. S. Min ;ter that the offenders would be
Washingtoo, January 3.-Tbe annual report
of lion. D. A. Welles, Special Commis:lioner
of Revenue, will be transmitted to Cong.ess
It is said District AttdrneyCarrington has
c:aused to be summoned some ten witnesses so
tar, but none from a distance, to appear be
fore the grand jury, with a view to obtaining
another indictment against Surratt.
Boston, January, 3.-- the sixth anniversary
of the emancipatlon of alaves, was celebrated
here to-day regardless of the driving storm.
Savannah,January 3.-The Ogechee troubles
Middletowns houre was burned last night,
and the crop- ruined. All the whites have
come to this city. The Sheri with a pose
went .,at this afternoon, but made no arrests.
A large force is fully armed and determined
to resist the authoritiee. All six roads lead
ing from this city, are picketed by tegroes.
A meeting was held to-day in the Court House
and afairs discussed.
London, January 1.-A dispatch from Wi
gan reports that a terrible explosion occurred
in the hay dock colliery to-day. Twenty-two
dead bodies were taken out.
Chicago. January 3.-the heaviest snow
storm of the season has prevailed sine. Thrus
day night partially intermitting yesterday af
ternoon. It being general throughout the
north, seriou-ly diminishing the number of
Pcseci Cie t.
San Frajcisco, Jan. 4.-Coal in abundance
of excellent quality has been discovered half
:i mile from Argenta, on the line ot the Ceo
tral Pacific Railroad, four hundred miles from
Sacramento, furnihbing the company the
much needed supply of fuel at that point.
Notwithdtxndang the recent heavy rainsin
thie valleys and the revere saows on the noan
tains, trainr un the Central Pacie arrive at
.acramento on time.
Gre3t clouds of tseoke were oberved Dec.
20, a4tendinri from the peak of Mount
U nvemt lgaUom.
Chic-.-o, J:.n. t.- frb HKepblicam's Wash
alvttuL. -p'ertl s.la the Uon-e committee o
.•l pr4 f atton- hadk a protracted PeOson on
fa n d.y. and made conriderable prog~eSr with
tLh car't apIlropriation bill. The commit
t.-e are rat fied the estmates of that Depat
ment are larger than there is any neceity
tor, and accordinily have made a redaction
in many items. It u understood Ge-. Grant
dot- not farvr raummibg up of large squad
rons at foreign statioa. that are animport
nnt, epeccally wLere American interwst c
be protected with two or three ships as wll
as a dosam. The ear committee e ChareC
with inveetigating the coatract with Welk
Fargo A Co. for carryo& th Overhmld sil,
and sometme rince addreed a letter to the
P. M. Gdeeral arkis a eapension of al ps.
ments astil they have t omplettl tkhr ive
tgtiaon. Os Satwrdy the CommatUe re
Scved a letter from Mr. RadaUl stiag shat
the commavtee's wishe wesM he ie-p
New Woerk s,.lasmu.
iAlthem , Ja. 4.-1Te L d-are ets
to-mow. Oov. BoWMm's --m e Wi be
i st im arftr the osuaiuim o t he
two, biu sprohbhly win ba eg..sd
TBe Republican Assem bl p.e. nomiaa
ted Truman G. Yonuglove foi Speaker.
Washington, Jan. 4.-Tae public debt
statement will be issued about Friday. The
i mount of reduction which will be shown
cannot be aefiitUly stated. During Decem
ber $6.760,000 was issued to the Pacific Rail
road Companies, $4,840,000 being to the Un
ion and the balance to the Central Pacific
New York, Jan. 5. -The Ilerald's W·ah
ington dispatch elates an alleged spurious
ra lroad company has attained $6,000,000
and an enormous amount of land by grants
from Congress, and that two distinct corpo
rations are claiming the subsidies granted to
the Eastern Divisiuon of the Psilroad.
New York, Jan. 4.-Private letters from
Cuba do not confirm tha recent reports fromr
that island relative to reverses of the revolu
tionists. It is stated the insurgents have in
vaded the Spanish garrison and there is every
prospect that they will be successful. It is
thought if they can hold out till March their
andependence will be certain. They contema'
plate the abolition of slavery, and will not
ask recognition of the Unated States till that
Elizabeth, N. J., January 4.--Col. W. Sat
ter, of the U. S. Navy, died, after a lingering
illness of rheumatism of the heart,on Sunday
morning, ared 74.
Colonel Wynkoop. Indian agent, having
changed his resignation so as to make it un
conditional. The same is accepted by the
Commissioner of Indian affairs.
Washington, January 4.-Treasurer Spin
ner was taken quite ill this morning and
forced to retire from his deal in the depart
Augusta. Jan. 5.-The Legislature of
Maine will convene on the 6th. The ques
tion of U. S. Senatorship is attracting great
attention. The contest will be close between
lion. L. M. Morrill and Iiannibal Hamlin,
with the chances in favor of the latter.
New York. Jan. .--The Underground Rail
wtay Company incorporated by the Legisla
ture have -urrendered their charter and given
up the project for the present. The condi
tions of the charter are so stringent that cap
itali-t- dare not invest, although the engi
neering difficulties are much less than had
Thle Herald understands that ex-Gov. Fen
ton will bring suit agairit Thurlow Weed
for libel, on account of the publication of
c.rtain artacl-s in his paper.
Chicago, Jan. 5.--lbhe Republican's spe
cial -ua.- it is doubtful if a quorum of i,oth
Ilouses will be present to-sday.
The chairman of the Hlouse Committee on
Territorie- will report a bill in a day or two
providing for a Tlerratorial government for
Aledka, requiring impartial suffrage and for
biddin. the granting of private acts of incor
porat inn, alo requiring the passage of laws
as early as possible for tha protection and
pre-Prvation of the more valuable fur hbear
Butler's financial -peech will bedeliverel at
an esrly ,day. In addition to niiiutaining hi'
policy he will review Mortons pl.n and make
a I uornus as-ault upon ta:e Idea of speCie a- a
ba-i- for currency and a standard of values,
holdin; that a currency lake our greenbacks,
based upon the faith of a great nation, and
for the security of which all the property is
pll;-ed is mora, leirable than specie.
Salt L:ke, Jana. -.-A prize fight for $200 a
fside took ,lace at Hear River City, Wyomin,.
"on the 4th Inst.. between James Oaborn and
Billy 'l y:r. Eleven severe rounds were
fought, which lasted 5S minutes. Osborn
could not come to time after the Ilth round
and Ty ler was declared winner.
The I.. P. R. R. track is expected at Echo
City. td; mil~s east of Salt Lake. in a few
.A tssnety-Georgla Reconstructlon
W.b-hir.gton, Jan. ..-The Senate resumed
it- tee-ion at noon to-day. Thirty-nine Sen
ators were present.
The Preident presented a statement from
the S*cretary of War of the number of
tro0op employed in the service against the
lndan-sa also one from the Secretary of the
freaeury transmitting the report of special
Comtui-bsoner on Rtevenue. Walls, and asking
the attCrnion of Congress to his recommen
Terry offered a resolution requesting the
President to transmit a copy of his late am
nesty proclamation, with a statement of the
authority by whbch it was issued.
ferry said he offered the resolution because
although he favored amnesty he doubted the
right of the President to grant it in this
sweeping way, and he wihed to have the ques
Howard was very glad the attention of the
Senate had been called to the question. iHe
thought it important that the people of the
United States sbould know whether the Pres
ident had such a dispensing power as was in
plied in the issue of the proclamation. He
believed the assumption by the Executive of
such power was entirely unwarranted by pre
After considerable debate between Fre
linghuyeen and Conkling against the resolu
tion, and Davis and Doolittle in its favor, it
Wilson introduced a bill to uamend the n
tional banking law, which was referred to
the committee on Finance.
Stewart introduced a bill to enable the pe
ple of Jeor;ia to form a State government,
Republicas i form, which was referred.
The Judeir~r y committee bill provides for
a -epeal of so hcb of the recoastrction act
ae applies to Georgia, and makes the govern
ment of the State provisional, and provide
for the reassembling of the Constlt.tional
convention is March next; also provides that
no one shall be excluded from voting on the
Co.Astettion m accomnt of Mee or color, and
that when the Coastitsioa is ra led by the
voters, it shall be sabmitted to the comadera
tion of Congress.
On motion of Howanl, the Secretry of the
Treasury was directed to trasmit copies of
the lastmaual reports of the Pacilc R. R.
After a short executive selen the Senate
--. rI iHome nothing of importance was
d-s., the stim bding mostly occupied in Com
misee of the Whole en the elate of he
Union, and en tbe Preeidnt's asage o
Winde. made a speech in feer 1 the ae
tru oson of ts Northers hads 3althwM.
Tbm Cause of Tremble.
Savannah, Jan. 5.-The Ocechee troubles
remaan unchanged. The military with the
Sheril will go down to-morrow. Two more
negroee came to the city sad surrendered to
the military. bhe trouble originated in the
nCros inersting upon a distribetion of cropj
according to the cotract made last year and
ritred to let the crop. be moved till they re
eeive an eqjal share.
Loodon, Jan. 5.-Th< larwt news rec-irved
here from Africa coalmis the recent report
rtlave to the rafet of Dr. Liviage~ me. It
W td bhe is somewhere in the vidcity of
Lake Nisem, nea th(e CeOt of Zeeitbar.
Owiag, it as th~i b., to wom bete the
ative trooep k rcre =ha b ee impeded
and eomea- etybe beeC s asie to reac
the e n cor.
ga wudechmw Ja. .-A ktwr from fa.
wI nmd. wee -h**h t#r e
dhowa the 4statesI oU h a
ahwwmg >-h Otatee of CfcOwalb and Swaim
bad bee sold the Unied States, ad would
be oceaupsed by abe Amerseaa forces iaside of
two years. The report is ftlly credited in
Havana, Jan. :.-.Captain General Lersundi
and Admiral Condel sailed for Spain to-day.
Lersuadi paid a visit to Admiral Hoff on
board the ship Coaterat, and was received
with the usual ceremonies. This is the first
instance of a Captain General going aboart
of a foreign man-of-war.
The inauguration proclamation of Captain
General Dulce is awaited with much anxiety,
nothing being known in regard to his future
the report is being circulated here that
the insurgents defeated the government troops
in the battle on the 221 lit. This news is
flatly eontradicted by the offcial dispatches.
Gen. Dalce to-day gave orders that the
most ample latitude be allowed by the Gov
ernment Censor for the publication and for
warding of telegraphic news, and other im
portant concessions enlarging the liberty of
the press is expected.
New York, Jan. 5.-Vigilance Committees
are being organised in most of the Wards of
this city for the purpose of bringing rogues to
Harrisburg, Pa.. January 5.-It is the gen.
eral opinion of Republicans that the caucus
will nominate General Scott for the U. S.
Wilmington, N. C., Jan. 5.-At the mu
nicipal election yesterday, Webb, regular Re
publican candidate, was elected over Chad
London, Jan. j.--A telegram from Alex
andria reports an esrthquake at Tabreez, (a
P- ersian city of 60,000 inhabitants,) on Sun
day. The shocks were said to be violent, but
no lives were lost.
Tallahassee, Jan. 5.-The Legislature met
yesterday. No quorum in the Senate. Lt.
SGn. Gleason occupied the speakers chair.
New York, Jan. 5.-Cambreel'y and Payne,
I of Wall street, had $135,000 in bonds and cur
rency stolen from their safe between New
Year'- Eve. and Saturday afternoon.
Suspicion rests on a young clerk hitherto
of unblemished character, who is missing.
Boston, Jan. 5.-The Herald says Postmuwa
- ter Sander of Salem i- missing with $20,000.
LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES.
I'A'0ED BY THE
F.<rt idet hi (.C.n( 'efs.-.
.N At' f t, fIrther amen.d the: ,set at latwes.
e)'rr's of the I uited 'tates or other coulrts thtt a
demand ha a twa-n made on anuch dlinil:n.rat poet
mUast'.er: Prord,,, .,rartra.lis.. That when the
acci'ounlt cf a Inte pfasttn.ter Iha Lbeen ouce ad
jtisted and aettlel. and a demand made for the
balaIn.e alppedarin to be diue. utanl fterwardt
a!lowancee chall be made irc credits enttered on the
nraclount. it esham noit be neceas.arv t.. make a
further: demrnand lfr tlI.e ar., ',laanPe ftoulnd to 1e
S.. -'(. .lad b. ,t further tantted. That the
I'.,tntaaster (;envral is hereby authorized to Ire
ta.ritie a s liif.,rlt l'tres to tie worn ty tne letter car
ruers at the e~eeral tree delivery oflices. and that
any person not connectesld wth this branch of tihe
service a h, slall wear the untiform that may I.e
iresribei iu aceeordance Iherewith. chall be deemed
guilty of a tmiediteneanor. a.-I twaing convicted
there,.., shall ft.r ever. Pitch offence. ke fined not
msre than one hualrel dollars, or i:l,.rished not
mnare tihan six montstl., or bth, in the discretion of
the court before w hi'ch ctach c·,nviction shall ie
Alrarte., . fItly 7, Itu e.
- P't BILIC-No. re4.
AN ACT making an apiopoiatio .t, money to
,airy into effect the treaty with Russia oft March
thirtieth. eigbteeu hundred and sixty seveo.
Vbhereas the Prr.ident of tle 'ntaied States, on
the- thirtieth of %lUsch, eighteen hundred atd
sixty--seven, entered into a treaty with the Em
iperorof Russia, and the Senate thereafter gave
its advice and eo.tseot to said treaty, by the terms
of which it was A0,,ulated that. in consideration of
the eession by the Emperor of Russia to thbe
United .ates uf c.rta;n territory therein desernbed
the I'oited State. sh atll pay to the Emperor of
Rtusla the slttu 4.f seven million two hundrud
thousand dollurs in coin: and whereas it was fur
ther stipulatel .n said treaty that the UIited
States sthall accept of such cession, and that cer
Lain inhabitants ..f esat territory shall be admitted
to the enflryment of all the rights and immunities
of a tizens ,t the I'nited States: and whereas said
stipulathmns e.unot be .arrie.l into full force and
effect except by ;egialtaion to which the consent
of both houses of C.uuore. is necessary; There
1r it etscred by tAr S.tete and Howme of rtpre
sentatirus of thA Lnited States of America is Coa
gres"s osnbhlrd, That there be, ani hereby is
apropropriated from any mney iu the the treasurv not
otherwise appropriated, seven millio anod two
hundred thousand dtllars in coin, to fulfill stipu.
latios contained in the sixth article of the treaty
with Rausia. concluded at Washington on toe
thirtieth day of March. eighteen hlandred and
Approved. July -7. lei4,.
ie itr exrr£ d ty the enate and House of Repre.
wintrea of the airted .Wates of Amerw.a in ~on -
gresu aese"nbld. That the llouwing be estab
lisbed as post roadr:
From Hot Spriags to Mount Ida..
From iardaaelle to Fort Smath.
From Nevada City. via Owego asd Bear Valley,
From Captoto Round Valley.
From Latrobe to loue City.
From Mendoeilo City to Nor".
From Ci(ee to Meedow Lake.
From Summit, via. lovaltoo and Balin Val
ley, to Crystal Peak, I. Nevada.
From Weaverville, via. Doaglas City sid Hay
Fork, o Hydemville.
From Tralty Centr. vii. Sommersville, P.
ter.borg, Ceeilville, CVntreville, and Black Bear,
to Sawyer's Bar.
From Lavilah tu Idepeao.lenee; in the coonty
From Steektoo via. Freane Camp. Toalamme
City. ilumpeow., Welch's Store on Marlpoea ereek.
I Appes oe the Chow.eilas, to Millerto.
From Crystal Peak, State of Nevada, via Oar.
dine Valley. ISerraville, and Loyalton, I. Sierra
ooenty, State of CallbSrnia to Sumalt post olee,
i tPaemaes ouanty Califorea.
k um Piatto City. uO the IUio I'a Paihe dai 0road.
to S-putuh I'arf Cit1%.
frorm 0oorgett-% is, via 8priarfie:A Anrd Holly-?·
v ille, to AugoWL
From Pacer i-le. in Ike caouty. vin Hforstt
aboo Dead &ad Jusoska. House. to Hing Statlow.
irom II yxu.AL. via Fountain Gr.-eeu. to L&
Vram Pinckueor-i:e to ~partai.
irom Mwerea tt iCtlows.
FrtOM Auburs via Warely ant t raaaajuk to
Nrum NoevtUM to park's bMills.
From aliltpw via Eden USA pwgrm tip Poai~w.
From GrilecICwla· vift Lnek to 2-i-li(ify
From Saint Msrtr. to Newp.rot.
FraO Meek. MIntiI via Now Ietmea, i., _aiogu.
From PbIaid to wertmAedwl).
From NeutOrove. to feat Fe.
From WUest so Ricbmwec
r From Nbaal. vii. Plesmat Vallev. to Lsi
IFro eba7 View. via GeatryeiI. Polk Patwab
PbAIM-1v oni Wimow. to Poterebeg.
From Uiwwmopeu. via Wbetlwssd &ad Salb
FrOM Wmhtbiagtoe. Via OtWelt. 40 RAqkpOt.
FIn v~wiUe, via x-oafl., t losalem.
Fern 3 abmto Wasedua
Fom Owns cty. OVU SM an~tyd ftao
L= ~ u V"new Sam"8 MaOf
a -bo z"Unift h %bism~w. over -
b LYmai ·, brlin. Q~r
s rlue anode - to ag. M.
wv awkk unn 16 Lora" eft
From Oceola, via eaint Clarles. to Ireeabesih.
From Alto. via Wt.termet, Tracy and Adel. to
From Loulerille, via Joha Colin's, to Irving.
From Waterville to Wiobita.
Frog Fort Scott. via Crawfordisvlle and II.m
ilton, to Monmouth.
From 'iillsbor.'. via Bangor to Vest Liberty.
From Fort Fairield to Limestone.
From Lovell. via Noath Fryeburg ,, I'r'.eburg
From Acton to South Acton.
Fruor. Wolfhsvlle to Sabillasville.
From Ellioott City to Poplar Spring -
From Baltimore to Brooklyn.
From Huntington to Plumb Point.
From Pittaville to Powelvil'e.
From Olmev, via Iaytoosville, to Goiten.
From Taneytowu to Harney.
From Oaklngton Switch to Oakinaton.
From lavre de Grace to Aopewell Cro,,.rada.l.
From Aberdeen. by way of Chultrchville to
From Clayton. via Wiln~, to Fallston.
From 'teveotown: in New York, tis llancon'tk.
to Williamstown, in MaHUachl,.-ett.
From Montague to Stanuey.
From Ilereey to moltib ul Chippewa. cr*
From Monta*r.l to (4 tt.
From Houston Minnesota, via I).ibhat,. Black
hammer, Springt Grove. Prairie (irove, Locust
Lane and Canoe, in said State. to Decorah ,owa.
Prom Wase.n. via Otisco, Woodville and Ric:h
land, to Albert Lea.
From Jackson. via Lake Talcott, Lake Shetek.
Saratoga, and Lynde. to Redwood Falls.
From Lime Springs. State of Iowa, via (Canfleld
Cherry (Grove, and Aetna. to Spring Valley. Min
From Pavuesville, via Spring Hill and Bishops'
Grove, to Sauk Centre.
From Saint Cloud to Rockville.
From Twin Lakes, via Fond gdi Il.a" aul ºuer,,ta
to Du Lutb.
From Rauk Ralpids, via IPrinc-,tnc:, to Taylor's
From Moore's Prairie to Rice (it)
From Aflton to .tillwater.
From Mankato. via Red, Jackert ..,.+ ('a.tle
(arnlen, \, ost Thuuler's F'ord, anui .Ma letou, to
From Waseca viaJ Jose', Janivill,- ant I.ery.,
AN ACT t,, .estaLlish certain p.-t ri.dlt.
i From Trenton, in Grondy county :.l;..,illi. \ i
Edenburg. G(rub-town. andi Iolto, t . liethan ', in
Harrison county Misaouri.
From Fin.ey's lirove, in Carroni , ointy, Mik
.nuri, tio Ilica. in Livingston iounty, in A ,aouri.
From IRoll, to Jefferson.
Frmin Rl,olla to R lea.dale, in Arkn ..s..
From Saleln via Emninenc, to Tho,:n t.-.ii'..
From B rc. kenrid.re to, Finneys ti;r,\ ..
F-'rom Carthage to l'ort Scott in Kan..is.
From lRolla, vi4 Cimpbell Mil, l'lumh ',,oint.
and Rowdenu' Mill to, lLookt. it.
From New Haven. via Hlenal Creek, and t,.mny
HI ill, to Dbrake.
From Saint Charle-. via Porta"- di- Si.,it x. .~
Alt.n in lllinoii..
From Rolla to For"ytlhe,
From lihche.,ort, ia 41'i Frankly t. li'on. .bro .
and Lisbon to (;la.gov..
From 'Patterson. via McKenzie r ('reek. awl
SMoinmouth Springs. to loogan Cretk.
From Pleasant i,,ine to Wilmbothviv.e
Fronm C(hiilicoith. isA Siho.l Creek, t. Carril
From lRockville, is Wst ',,it. IH iter ano
Johbnton. to ClintIon
From Rochep1art. vi, lluds.,n. Johnson City.
and .Chalk Level, ti. Oceoela.
From ilolden, vi& iongheg: tore. Norrisirk a.,i
IInotindal.e, to C linton.
From Clinton, via telvo..r andt Nevadta ' .?. t..
From ()sceola. via Illilia t . utler.
Frrom Calit;rnima via Magnoiia. ilii Po|',int,
Riocky Mount. an't Mining, to Linn Creek
From Cole Camp, via Ltke Creek. flaw Creek.
and Byler's Mill to L)urio"
From iBolivar. via F;i*.kton. Virgil Lity knl
Nevada City, to, Foirt Scott in KaeuNa.
From Butler, via VWet Point. to Rtockville. in
From Warrensburg, via Chalybeate and Ciil
howee, to Wades.urg.
From Versailee, via Tickervill,. to IRorn)y.
From Clinton ria Manhall Creek, Monega,.
TaTberville, Altuousm. and Blue Moin, 14 toi Niveda
Ftrom Iomovillle. via Vaulalia P'il t ;rove.
Cold Neck, ard Bluncomube, to Sedalia
From Columbna to Madion,u
From Lincoln to Columbus.
From (;ranid Island City to Liniicoln..
Prom Elkkorm $tation, via Linco;l,: to, Water
town, in Kansas.
From Dakota City. viea Sg I1tdah.t . Canton,
and York City, to M.disoi.
From i'apillion, via Plattforl. South Hend. aund
E. Ball'es om Stephenson Creek, to Lincoln.
From Nebraska C(ity, via Lincolo to Camden
From C(amdeln, via the west b.:nch of Blue river
West. Mills. Beaver Crossing. and McFadden. to
From Swan City. 1ia Monr'si. to West's Mills.
From IJincoln. via Tecumseh. PI'a% no- Citv. andt
Fries Mill , to Albany.
From Fremont to Lincoln.
From Columbus to Norfolk.
From Fair Bluff to Ci.mwayboro. then-e- t.
Buckeville and Georgetown. South Carlirna
From 1'Pl mouth to West Compton .
PLANT, BTIOKNEY & ELLIS.
tc,-e"..io.rs to Ware. ,!is & (C'..
Liquors at Teams,
lron and Steel
MAIN STREI'ET. HELENA,
s Iccure from Fre.
( lons,iigmenti Solicited.
Nit lu Iwore prworr Pawpizl. Eu irAe Witb
Roikr a" Oaftudetkm*4 nuoplete, cspslA*7J
?air-iow iWO im of was froe m mO to I1O feeý.
The above rropertv c'an be me at Hendrie a
YFeendl. Eemea faua IWU be Suld bjr th e smter
lgami. at pubbe austiou, at the &bov* named
c*am si moldkay, the eb*venh dayof Jaary
g WALTER TILU:R UEE.
Br (to. W. Fox kis atsy is fa&t.
Ga1cm ew._ Jecopy.
J O WORK OF EVLRT D33J3PJO!
j f sand uBqedjdeeulp eze t th
Wells, Fargo & Co.,
And Carriers of the
AILY STAGES to and ftrm the terminus of
the Union Pacific iallroad l d Ithe Central
Pacifo Railroad of California.
Ticketed to Omaha, Dearer, Salt Lake City, Ans
tin and Virginia City. Nevada; Sacramento. Cali
fornia - Boise City, Idaho. and intermediate points.
StaRes will leave Helena for above points,Virgiala
City, Banoack and Fort Benton, Montana, on alter
nate 4ays. The Company will run an
In connectio with their
And are prepared to Oarr.
Parcels, Bank Notes, Bullion, Ccin
Awl other Express matter to all parts oi the
world, at reduced rates.
Collections and Comumissions promptly attend',d
to. Particular attention paid to the delivery ct
I-Ex.resa letters at all points on our lines. New
York ExchanKe sold.
2tf It. T. GIL LENPIPE ASt.
I 1. Ma(iiv. CIarrollJ (cdl.
'Ui" 4(x,. %i.-t(-h. ' - x Ut
fli'-fe'%1irer."i. IVor/,r rN
FREIGH T ERS.
/4)1: '1.' IA'A'IYTOY . NDI) IEL EN~.Y
otlice4., iiu I .crr·- t 1 enI .. U ri n r treet 1Ielena
C> xL -t EL 3L EL .
i cari#' .114K RATh IEl%. BY API'
1.) /.\1; 7' 1 ,0 COVER ALL FREIO IHT
.INI) Cill (lES FI r 11 NEWIf 'ORK AN)I'
ALL.1. I'NINCIPA I CITIES OF THE EAST
I'O iE LEN'. . TiE ONL FIRM IN
1u\l /.'..1 `.IAK.v(t THROI lWI
\Ve tLke pleasure iii iItobriuing
olr latron, and thel businues public generally that
the.. 1'I telia)l and well knowni
% ill be run by u, the ensuing eas.o, oarryileg
fretights to all lortitns of Montana at lowe.at rate.
sItanmer Freighlt Bill Pal"d'
Hlaving ample facilities for
DRY. SAFE AND C00NVENIENT
We respeetful, solirit the .,m igumeant ut goods
Sour eare for
Storage or Shipment.
Insuring Attention, good handling and prumsit
transit. E. (G. MACLAY &CO ,
1Novltaltf Hele.to and Fort Bentoo.
.VAIN .s'TIl'KFT. - IIt'LJN.1.
Ofer for raole the fillowing u.rcbaodiw
ONE WATER SAW MILL.
Amercran Turbine Wheel
1 Foroe Pump; 1 Double Suction Pump.
25 largo Cook Stoves; ; set
lRange (Grates, Plates and doors ; 6
set of Hay and Platform n ealsa ;
12 Mowing Machines.
1650 Gallons prime Cider
ST)EY & McRKENZiI.
Farm For Sale.
sad m the (emme Ferry road. wUstIsnag o
aster, ll Ia a daasm wis trriasioag dis4ehn
1N prmer ti Lhem. lta rest ueamolg thbmr'
p- Fr parealses esq.re oe the premises
wte P. T. NTRIi.INO.
MILL FOR 8ALE!
f ERi ýt a For sale eap. Addre f
351.3. PIT S.
ow.di Iweasse P.o.