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THE MONTANA POST.
t r... s. o, "to%- rs ... . ..." My Country, may she always be right; but my Country, right or wrong."........................... .:.... p. x . . .OL. 1. CITY OF VIRGINIA, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1865. NO. 49. Ill II m I I I 1 I li1 1 11 1 bt aMtaua TOs. p. *V. TITTTON & Co., n p TILTON, BEN. R. DITTs, PUBLISHERS & PROPRIETORS. a. tlh City Book Store, corner of Wallace 4 Jackson Stre, Virginia City, Mow. Ter. TERMS= . copy, one year.............................87 50 do. six months,............................ 4 00 do. three months,.......................... 2 50 Rates of Advertising. easiness Cards, five lines or less, 3 months....... $ 10 00 do. do. do. 6 months....... 15 00 do. do. do. 1 year,........ 2000 Square, ten lines or less, 1 insertion............ 4 00 do. do. do. 2 do. ........... 6 00 do. do. do. 1 month,........... 10 00 do. do. do. 2 do. ............ 13 00 do. do. do. 3 do. ............ 15 00 do. do. do. 6 do. ............ 25 00 do. do. do. 1 year............ 35 00 Two squares. I insetion....................... 6 00 do. 2 do . ........................ 800 do. I mouth......................... 12 00 do. 2 do....................... 18 0 do. 3 do. .......................... 24 00 do. 6 do. .......................... 40 00 do. 1 year ........................... 65 00 One-eighth column. I insertion,.................. 8 00 do. do. 2 do . ................. 12 00 do. do. 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'20 00 do. do. 2 do..................... 2500 do. do. 1 month,................... 35 00 do. do. 2 do. ...................... 45 00 do. do. 3 do. ................... 55 00 do. do. 6 do. ...................... 80 00 do. do. 1 year,........... ---. .-------- 115 00 One column. 1 insertion ......................... 30 00 do. 2 do. ......................... 40 00 do. 1 month............................ 55 00 do. 2 do. . .......................... 75 00 do. 3 do. ........................... 90 00 lo. 6 do . ......................... 140 00 do. 1 year ........................... 200 0c LOCAL NOTICES.-One dollar per line for three lines or less: 75 cents per line for ten lines or less ; 5 cents pe, ihne for eleven lines or more. Territorial Officers. ;otr,ror-S[DNEY EDGERTON, Bllana'ck City. ,Serrclary--JOBN T. CO I'RN. (l,it] J,satice-ll. L. HOMEIL Associate Justice-L. B. WVIL.I$TON. --L. E. Mcssc s . Attorne-(i'tnrral-E. B. NEALLEY. Virginia. U. S. Mlarshal-(-EO. M. PINNEY. Assist U. S. Marskal-.T. X. BEIDLERI S.urveyor-General-M. BaYPD. Auditor-Jo HN S. Lorr. Treasurer-JOHN .1. HtULL.. Supcrintendent of Public Instruction-T..I. DIMSDALE. Assreor--'l'. C. EVERTS. Collecrtor Internal Reren ue-N: P. LANGFORD. Clerk of the U. S. District Court-A. M. TOIIBET. Municipal Officers of Virginia City. Mayor-P. S. PFOUTS. Polies Magistrte--T. W. Talliaferro. Marshal--William l)eascey. Clerk-Chan. J. 1). Curtis. 4ttorney-W. L. Brown. Treasurer-John S. Rockfellow. Assessor-Thomas Pearson. Assistant City MaaMshal-Jerry Lewis. County Officers of Madison County. County Commissioners-John Potter. Chairman; J. E. McClurg, Fred. K. Root. Probate Jdge-0( . F. Strickland. Sheriff-Neil Howie. Acting Sheriff-Gu. G. Bissell. Deputy Sheriffs-H. L. Crawford, James Williams. J. B. (Caven. Treasurer-Theo. Muflty. Recorder-R. N. Hill. County Assessor-J. Armitage. W. F. SANDEIRS. JERRY COOKA Sanders & Cook, ATTORNEYS AT LAW and Solicitors in Chancery. Virginia City, Montana Territory. 3-l.* Wm. Chumasero, A1TTORNEY AT LAW, Virginia City. Montana Ter ritory. Office in Post Office Building. on Wallace street. 4-44* Jno. C. Turk. W. L. Brown. Turk & Brown, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, £ Will practice in all the courts of the Territory. Office, ever Geo. Hanna & Co.'s store, Wallace street, Virginia City, M. T 45-57* John S. Atchison. NOTARY PUBLIC. Revenue Stamps and Blanks for sale at Allen & Millard's Bank, Virginia City, Mon ana Territory' 43-55* t Wm, Decker, QURGEON DENTIST. Office two doors west of Now k lan's Bank Building. Patients visited at their residence when desired. 10-42* Justus Cooke, C ENERAL AUCTIONEER. Particular attention giv en to the sale of Live Stock and Real Estate, sales of Stocks of Goods in Store. Ofice at the Elephant Cor tl, Vi.'ginia City. M. T. 18-44* John 8. Lewis, N. B. Hale. D. M. Gillett Lewis, Hale & Co., TEWELRY M4NUFACTURERS. Every description d ot Jewelry mude to order from the Native Gold, and warranted, Particular attention paid to repairing Fine Watches. Also, Engraving done to ordet. 8ip of the Gold Watch. Jackson Street, Virginia City. M. T. February 25, 1865-4-5 Roath and Co. A MERICAN WATCHES just received direct from the Manufactories. Every description of Jewelry manu Bctured from the Native Gold' Call, examine specimens, and then judge. Sign of the MAMMOTH WATCH, Vir ir.ia City, Montana Territory. Corner of Jackson and Wallae streets, in the City Book Store. 44 H. Jameson. PFFICE four doors east of Jackson and Wallace streets. PHouse and Real Estate Agent. Buildings rented, axes paid. Abstracts of Title of obtained, Quartz spec Tens and the neu papers relating to Lode Claims frrarded to New Yrk. ) artieular attention given to the "olecting and shipping of money. References:- J. Kis kadden. D. W. Tilt a & Co.., Pfeats & Russell, John A. Nye & Co. 41-sf Hosmer and Hauser, C(LAIM AGENTS, have established an agency for the purchase and sale of Gold and Silver Quartz Calms ill aerent larts of the Territory. One of the partners will atend in person, to the introduction andsale of Lodes in New York. Philadelphia and other Eastern cities, and the ether to obtainin- the sane in this city. Arrangemtse will be made earlty in the Spring, for expressing goods to e New York Offoe, and for proeuring seliable assays at the olise in this city. Office at the Post Office, and at 8. Hauser & Co.'s Bank, on Wallace Street 38-50 Jefferson House, P odes 6l0 tke Pl.ster's Hoes, dtAe 1r.st S. PILES, bes to laform the publi that to tassent eastosss His table will Hbe supgl t best that the market abde. 8ps p tlnt R a l es N. arhs dUstas8 Jaames N. Willi s, ý isle wf t M iL~iaifaE ýtrt IDJa O HOTEL, Wallace Street, Virginia City, M. T., J, M. CASTNEb ,* Prepri.ter. THIS. Popular Hotel, which forms part of Casteer's Building, has been enlarged and refitted in a style to meet the demands of the Public. Its larder is well sup sffords. plied, and its tables furnished with the best the market The Idaho Billiard Hall, carried on by HULL & CArTIiR, contains four First Class Billiard Tables, where the lovers of the game can always be accommodated. The old friends of J. J. Hull and J. M. Castner, can always find them at the Idaho. Those having Territorial funds to deposit, should call at the Idaho, where the office of the Treasurer is situated. 38-64c Nebraska House, In the Buildiags formerly knorw as Hatch's Saloon, and the old Post OQJce. Ja.kso St., Virginia City, M. T., Col. H. P. DOWNS, Prop'r. T HE proprietor begs respectfully to inform his friends and the public generally, that Board and Lodging in good style can be obtained at his establishment. No pains will be spared to present a well spread table to his guests. The comfort and accomodation of his patrons will be sedu lously attended to. Breakfast on table from 6:30 to 9 o'clock a. m.; Dinner, 12 m.. to 2 p. m.; Supper, 6 to 7 p. m. A good Feed Stable and Corral attached to the premises, and also a Grazing Ranche, where cattle will be watched day and night. The pasture is excellent, and water abun dant. 45-tf Secord & Faucette, SADDLERS & HARNESS MAKERS. Constantly on hand and manufacturing from the best material, all styles of Saddles. Bridles, Single and Double Harness, or anything else made in a first class saddler shop. 27-52* Dodge & Thexton, (1ENERAL BLACKSMITHS and Plough Manufactur T ers, Cover street, Virginia City, Ploughs of the best description, suitable for Ranchmen in this country, made to order in the best possible manner. Horses, Mules and Cattle shod in the most approved manner. 29-54* Johnson & cehuyler. HAVE RE-FITTED and opened the Mountain Bowling Saloon. one door east of Allen & Millard's Bank, and invite all those wishing good exercise, choice Liquors and Cigars, to call and see them. They have also reduced the price of rolling to FIFTY CENTA. April 1st. 1865. 32.-45* Helena House, TELENA CITY. Montana Territory. The above 1 named House is now opened for guests and boarders. Good beds. and the best the market affords, for the table. at reasonable prices. B. B. Burchett. 3m-42 Proprietor. E. M. Dunphy. W HOLESALE and Retail Grocer, Storage and Com mission Merchant, west side Main street, Helena. Montana Territory. A large and complete assortment of Fancy and Staple Groceries on hand, at figures to suit the times. Give us a call. 39-51* Occidental Billiatrd Hall. R OCKFELLOW & DENNEE'S BUIIJ)ING. Jackson Street, Virginia City. The finest tables in town. The bar supplied with the best of Liquors and Cigars. 42-68c JOHN H. MING. Idaho Hotel. ITTALLACE STREET, Virginia City, M. T., J. M. SV Castner. Proprietor- The proprietor announces to his old friends and the public generally, that he is now prepared to accommnodate boarders,by the meal, day or week at low rates. His table is furnished with the best the market affords. c26-"52 Assay Office. W ALLACE STREET, one door below Nolan & Co.'s Bank. Gold and Silver, ahd Ores or every descrip tlon Assayed. I guarantee my assays. and will pay any difference which may arise between them and the I: S. Mint. 3d D. (ILlEI'r. Lumber. BRNI)Y'S MILYL. on the Stinkingwater is now pre pared to saw bills of Lumber of any size at short notice. Their Lumber Yard in Virginia ('ity, is in the Warsaw Corral. on Idaho Street, where they constantly keep the best article of all kinds of lumber, at reasonable rates. Also. a good assortment of all kinds of Sash and Lath kept constantly on hand. 44 John R. Gilbert, A ASSISTANT ASSESSOR U. S. INTERNAL RE A VENUE, for the First Division of the Collection Dis trict of Montana. embraving Madison County. Office, first door east of City Drug Store. Virginia City, April 27. 186.5. 36-8 Joseph Marion, H AY SCALES STORE. Wallace Street, Virginia City Commission Merchant. Cash advanced on consign ments. A general assortment of Miners' Outfitting Goods. Provisions, Vegetables. etc., etc. 42-67* Eggers ant Ludlow. LUMBER YARD, Successors to Gamble. Walker& Co.. corner of Idaho and Broadway streets, Virginia City, M. T. All kinds of Sluice and Building Lumber. Lum ber bills filled on short notice. Also yards at Centreville and Nevada. 22-44 Jolhn H. Ming, CORNER of Wallace and Jackson streets; Virginia City, Montana Territory. Books and Stationery. Whole sale and Retail. Groceries, Boots and Shoes. 43-55c Assay Office. THE UNDERSIGNED are now prepared to assay cot rectly in small or large quantities the ores of Montana. Silver, Gold, Copper. Lead, Antimony. or Bismuth. Offtce No. 2, of Content's Block, corner of Wallace and Jackson Streets. Virginia. W. Y. LOVELL, & CO. 1 ..tf Lumber Yard. TW E have in our Lumber Yard on the corner of Idaho V and Broadway streets, Virginia City, a complete as sortment of White Pine and other Lumber, and can supply customers on the shortest notice. Qrders may be left at the Lumber Yard and will be promptly filled. We have the only mill in the Territory which runs Winter and Summer, and can fill orders at all seasons. 4.tf THOMPSON & CO. J. T. Henderson. P AINTER AND SIGN WRITER. Office on Cover Street, Virginia City, Montana Territory. 5-1y* Iron and Steel Turning. M ACHINERY Repaired, Billiard Balls turned, &c.-. Every description of Gun work performed, in good style. Ammunition of all kinds kept constantly on hand. Powder Lead, Caps., Navy and Dragoon Balls, Shot, and Cartridges. ALEXANIDER KEMP, 45-67* Gun Shop, Wallace St., Virginia City. .7lc Carthy's Express. FOR PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT, will leave SVirginia City every Thursday, for German Gulch, via Silver Bew. Office, at Roekfeflow & Dennee's, in Virginia City. 45.57* C. F. MCCARTHY. .ILLEJ.V t .UILLU DRD, VIRGINIA CITY, . . . M. T. DBALNEI$ IN Coel, Gold D3u1, Treasury Notes, and Foregna and Domestie ExZchage. B. F. ALLEN, J. H. MILLARD. Des Moines, Iowa. Virginia City, M. T. 43.55* H. C. KE .DALL. A. VINcsur. Mechanical Bakery. CO`VER STREET, Virgaini City. Manufacture 4 and keep constantly on hand, Bread and Pies; also Soda and Batter Crackers, Wholeale and Retail. 47-40* J. A. Gray, AUCTION AND OMMIfSSIN MERCHANT, Vr. Agini City, M. T., Ant door below Contest's corner. Lbe ral advances made on Caesigam.ent Stock and Goods of al hkin4 disposed of by Public or Private Sale 4745 Sax. Woan. Jas. G. asawrr. Word & Spratt, TTTORNEYS AT LAW, Virginls City, Montana Territory. Will practice in all the Courts of said Territory. -Special attention given to the Col lection of Claims. t3-65* T. Axnsasox. FaNces Vaon. F. Wilson & Co., FASHIONABLE Hair Dressing and Shaving Sa loon, at the old stand of Turley A Iyons, Wal lace Street. 47-59 L. W. Frary, UR1GICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTIST. Of fice up stairs, in Pfouts A Russell's Stone Buili ing. All dental operations performed in the best possible manner. Single teeth and complete sett inserted in the highest style of art. Ladies will Aln every arrangement made for their privacy .nd com fort. 47-ly Denver .77eat JMarket, Newmva City, . Y. ALEXANDER METZEL, T AKES pleasure to announce to the public, that he keeps the best stocked Meat Market in Nevada City, where there will always be found the best outs of FRESH PORK, BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, LAMB, SAUSAGE MEAT, and SAUSAGES OF ALL KINDS. He also, receives constantly Game, Fish and Fowl of the season. Try him. 34-46* TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPES. SNUFF, &C., &C. H. J. Brendlinger r* Co., k ESPECTFULLY call the attention of all persons I buying any of the above articles, to the desirable stock of goods now in store. (HEWING TOBACCO! The finest and best assorted stock of Plug and Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco. ever offered in the Territory. iSCOTCH AND GERMAN SNUFF. le CIGARS! CIGARS! CIGARS ! A well-selected stock, from which every one can be suited. e Genuine Meerschaum. Gutta Percha. Briar Root, all kinds of Wooden, Fancy, Clay, &c. PIPE STEMS-Patent Gutta Percha. 'Cherry, Cane, &c. Mouth Pieces and Cigar Holders, Playing Cards, SCigar Cases. Tobacco Boxes, ,w And a Variety of Fancy Gooas ! or H. J. BRENDLINGER, & CO.. SWa llace street, three doors below Kiskadden's Stone Block. 42-54* EMIGRANTS AND FREIGHTERS TIKE .1OTICE! KING, CURTIS & CO., General Auctioneers and Commission Merchants. Jackson Street, Virginia City, M. T., ARE prepared to sell merchandise of all descriptions, A either from wagons. or take goods in store, as custom ers may prefer. of horses, mules, cattle, waggons, notions, produce, and every other description of property, either at auction or private sale. Advances made on consignments. 39-51* BULL'S HEAD W*allace t;reet. Two Doors Below Pfouts u& Bussell. Gf EORGE GOHN, begs to inform the public that he has [ perfected his arrangements for a constant supply of all articles in his line, of the finest quality. Baeef, T'uttons, VTeal, Gaz-me, Fish, , No Meat of inferior quality sold in this establishment. Orders punctually and careihlly filled. 43-5.5 BLJCKICLSeASI TELWei .! GO TO BAUGH & POLLOCK, On Jackson Street, between Wallace and Cover, Virginia City, M. T. IF YOU WANT A FINE JOB OF HORSE- I SHOEING. Go to Bough & Pollock if you want your draft Horses and ] Mules Well Shod. Go to Baugh & Pollock, if you want a good job of Ox Shoeing. Go to Baugh & Pollock, if you want a good job of Mill Irons. Go to Baugh & Pollock, if you want the best Mining Picks made. Go to Baugh & Pollock, if you want your wagons and hacks repaired in godd style. Go to Baugh & Pollock, if you want a good job of Black Go to Baugh & Pollook, I you want to sell your old wagons for Cash. REFERENCEB : Messrs. Cooke, Gray & Newell, Virginia City. Foster & Co., " BalUar & White, Rockfellow & Dennee, " Holter & Everson, " Creighton & Co., Mr. N. Stein, Agent, O. 8. L. Co., " John Clark, " Nathan Gion, BAUGH & POLLOCZL Virginia City, June 10. 1865. 3mi Academy of the Holy Family, FOR YOUNC LADIES, St. Ig.atinis iaiooion, - K. T. TIHIS Aad ey l under the direction of the 8Is of SCharly. Thy wit to ed atnd wrie, GOam mar and CoshOs li larase lic hge History, and bFrmehh~ls if required.CH 1s6. and whatever is asto der the etsse wad of Homew i Cld meL t be provided with bedloth. laggtwo frist ivs ek Lat dq d eIs s ir pj ys, heMa domes poseIS hamdkeatsea, s towels, oemLs basih pon, tork sd kaie. They w1 y tb ahl bhas Ia the Aeede For the Mke of ostknoity nd or der, all the will asi t the ses usrees of the Iasaites B Is efes either seat or ressIved , the wipile, will IaseS * then sI'al.1 the $eparase o vdioWH -dmmd wtheat aiw m n smid s.p .,.-. Eatreuees ye, ,.0; 3mIbe asrf s. narove WaMs la sad ,ruinlg y tu sTe mnlssf war 1 aswlJ lift ·i:A TELEGRJPNI C. t Cairo, June 23. s Date Gwin, with.800 French soldiers, is back, as Director-General of Emigration for Sonora, Chihuahua, Durango and Zamolipa. Grierson's cavalry command arrived at Vicksburg, after a three months' expedition, through Florida, Alabama. and Mississippi, traversing parts not visited before by hostile troops. There are hundreds of thousands of bales of cotton ready for market, great material prosperity and fine crops. Philadelphia, June 29. The subscription to the 7:30 loan to-day is $2,531,000. Washington, June 29. So far only about one hundred and twen ty-five special pardons are granted. A num ber of papers for this purpose wait the sig natuse of the President. The only prisoners of xar in the Old -Capitol prison. above the rank of Captain, are the rebel Maj.-Gen. Ed. Johnson and a Lieut.-Colonel of a Virginia regiment. Col. Ingraham has been turned over to the State Department. Upwards of ten thousand oaths of alle giance have been subscribed to in Washing ton by disloyal parties. Louisville, Ky., June 29. Gov. Brsmlette has addressed the people of Kentucky on the status of slavery, urging that the progress of events has destroyed the institution, and showing that the second section of the amendment confers no greater powers with regard to making negroespolit ically equal to whites than before existed. He recommends an organization of the labor ing class of whites for their own protection. New York, June 30. The Army of the Potomac will be reduced to divisions, forming the 1st corps, to be commanded by Maj.-Gen. Wright, with his headquarters at Martinsbarg. The 2d corps division is to be commanded by Gen. Mott; the 5th, by Gen. Ayres. and the 6th by Gen. Getty. The Middle Department is abolished, and a sew department substituted, consist ing of Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and West Virginia, with Maj.-Gen. Hancock commanding, headquarters at Ba!timore. The Department of the East remains as it L is, but Gen. Hooker will succeed Gen. Dix in command, headquarters at New York. Washington, June 30. The $20,000 clause in the President's am nesty proclamation is working confusion in Richmond, as no one knows whom to trust, for fear of confiscation. Petitions for its withdrawal will be forwarded to Washington. Moeby, who is pardoned, has opened a law office and has settled at Culpepper. Cincinnati, June 30. Gereral Logan has issued orders for mus tering out fifteen thousand men of the army I of Tennessee. New York, July 3. 1 Documents captured give the history of t Jeff.'s Confederate Government, hitherto unknown. They organized fully in five 1 weeks. It was desired by many that the Confederacy be called Washington. This was lost by one vote. They also wished to insert in a preamble to the Constitution, a recognition of the Divinity of the Old and New Testaments, and an enactment favoring the enforcement of the Christian Sabbath. The first was withdrawn on account of Judah ., P. Benjamin; the second to please the peo ple of Louisiana and Texas. Gen. Pope is consulting with Gen. Grant and the President on the Indian question. d Trading with them, it is thought, will be confined to Government, as the only means of preventing hostilities. The Treasury Department paid its bonds yesterday, in gold. to the amount of nearly $975,390,225. Cape Race, July 2. The telegraphic cable was on board the Great Eastern, and she was to leave Valentia in company with a U.S. Government steamer on the 10th of July, and arrive at Hart's Continent, Trinity Bay, about the 24th. a The rati's are to be very heavy, to prevent ii the accumulation of business. They vary from £20 for twenty words (to Europe) to £25 for same words to Asia and Africa address, date and signature counted. Cypher dispatches charged double rates. They will lay down new cables as soon as possible, and reduce the rates. The cable is looked upon as the bond of peace, and its success is confidently predictkd. New York, July 6. A rumored insurrectioq of the negroes at Richmond bad been met by doubling the guards, and they had been addressed by Col. Brown, assistant commander of freedmen of Virginia, exhorting them to good behavior, and promising them protection and the insti tution of schools, and reminding them that their race is on trial before the world. Col. Northrup, rate chief commissary of the rebel armies, was arrested at Raleigh, N. C. Judge Ould has been discharged. The charges of inhuman conduct to Union pris oners were not sustained. Mayo, the rebel ex-Mayor of Richmond, it is said, will run for the office, in defiance of the Government. A Washington speeial announces that the President left his bed for the first time since his illness became serious, to confer with Judge Holt, probably on the finding of the Commission. New York, July 5. The health of the President is so far im proved that he is able to spend a few hours in business every day-commencing with Thursday morning. Philadelphia, July 7. Asa Parker has left $500,000 and 57 acres of land to found a College near Bethlehem. Montreal, July 7. The ships Moravian and Wm. Nelson were destroyed by fire on the banks of Newfound land. 'Most of the crew of the former were missing. Forty of the people of the Wm. Nelson had been rescued, but there were 400 passengers in her. Fort Laramie, July 6th. A column, consisting of the 2d Missouri Light Artillery, equipped as cavalry, and the 12th Missouri Cavalry, peased Columbus, Nebraska, to-day, en route for the Powder river country, to co-operate with the two other columns now prepring to marsh from Denver against hostile ndians. .w TYoak Jliy lth. I Qa«d^ Mtkf~ 'iryx Ww to-day, Prayne took it coolly and asked for a Baptist minister. A. Atserott was deeply asioted, and cried bitterly, asking for a Lutheran minister. Harold displayed con siderable fortitude, only asking for an inter view with his family. Mrs. Surratt was collected, and asked for Fathers Walter and Wigel to attend her last moments. Philadelphia, July 6. The subscriptions to the Government loan to-day was $3,000,000. Washington, July 6. Gen. Hancock repaired to the arsenal at noon to-day, and delivered the death war rants of Payne, Harold, Mrs. Surratt and Atzerott, to Gen. Hartrauft, who is in charge of the prisoners, when they went together and visited the condemned, to inform them of the sentences pronounced and the time tixed for the execution. Payne was the first to whom the intelligence was communicated. It did not seem to take him by surprise, as he doubtless expected no other, and behaved himself accordingly. T'ie others were more or less affected. Mrs. Surratt particularly sank under the dread announcement, an' pleaded four days addi tional time to prepare herself for death. All the prisoners will be attended by clergymen of their own designation. A s;affold has been erected in the south yard of the old penitentiary building, which is inclosed by a high brick wall. The coffins and burial clothes are already prepared. Only a lim ited number of persens will be allowed to witness the scene. The sentences of the conspirators who are to be imprisoned will be carried into imme diate effect. Washington, July 7. All condemned conspirators sentenced to v be hanged to-day, were executed. On the I petition of Mary Surratt, through her coun- I ;el, Aiken and Clamett, Judge Wilder, of c the Supreme Court of this district, directed c ,n issue of a writ of habeas corpus to General t Hancock, commanding him to produce in Court, at ten o'clock this morning, the body of Mary E. Surratt, with the cause and day of detention. The writ was served on Gen. Hancock at eight o'clock this morning, by U. S. Marshal Gooding. He immediately consulted with the Attorney-General and the Secretary of War. At 10:30, the General had not obeyed the writ. This fact was. brought to the notice of the Court by her counsel, but the Judge said he had no power to enforce the writ. To-day guards were placed all around the Arsenal grounds to prevent intrusion of persons to the scene of execution-none being admitted excepting those previously supplied with tickets by Gen. Hancock. The relatives of Mrs. Surratt and Harold spent several hours with them during the forenoon. They were attended by their spiritual advisers, as were also Payne and Atzerott. A few minutes after one o'clock the outer prison door was opened. Mrs. Surratt was supported on her way to the gallows by two military officers; next followed Atzerott, Harold and Payne, accom panied by a guard and their respective min isters. Front seats were reserved for them on the platform, in the following order: Mrs. Surratt, Payne, Harold and Atzerott. Officers intrusted with the execution, and ministers, occupied intermediate positions. Gen. Hartrauft, who had been from the commencement in charge of the prisoners, came forward and read the order of the War Department, approving the sentences order ing the penalty of death to be inflicted. A heavy guard was stationed on the'walls sur rounding the grounds, while below soldiers were formed on two sides of the square. Perhaps several hundred civilians were pre sent. The priest who attended on Mrs. Surratt "j repeated a short prayer, to which Payne, mi who was seated next to her, attentively lis- o tened. The minister who had been admin. co istering to Payne, expressed in the name of to the latter his sincere thanks to General G Hartrauft and the officers and soldiers who g, had charge of him, for their personal kind- C, ness. They had uttered no unkiqd word, G and given no unpleasant look or gesture, but C, seemed to compassionate his misfortune. A The minister then uttered a brief prvyer, pq asking for Payne's forgiveness of all sins, it and a passage out of this world into the joys b. of Heaven. The minister who attended on it Harold also returned thanks for kind treat- l:i ment of the prisoner, and offered a prayer f, that God would receive his soul. Harold o was affected to tears. The minister who a attended Atzerott also returned thanks to Gen. Hartrauft and other officers, for their b kind attention, and then invoked the mercy * of God on the prisoners condemned. They h were required to rise from their seats, when, the chairs being removed,'they were all'on g the drops; their hands were fastened behind them, and legs `bandaged below and- above , the knees, while caps were placed over their heads. Atzerott, while being prepaked for exeeution, exclaimed: "Gentlemed, fare well! Take care! Good bye, gentlemen, now before me." One of the clergymen Sstanding near, exclaimed: "May we all meet in the other world!" As soon as the noose was put around each head, Mrs. Surratt's being tbh last one adjusted,a section of the platform on which they bad been standing suddenly fell. The culprits were e hanging several feet from the ground. Mrs. e Surratt and Payne scarcely moved a muscle. Atserott exhibited some twitching; but e Harold showed more nervous sensibility than any of the others. The bodies hung until life was extinct. Afterwards they were - given over for burial, rough cofins having re already been provided forthat purpose. The arrangements for the execution were perfect. Gen. Hancock was present throughout the proceedings. It is said that Payne last night as made a statement in behalf of Mrs. Surratt, a. exonerating her from complicity, and thba all the other prisoners subscribed to an a davit, impeaching the testimony of impor tant witnesses against her. re New York, July &. The Post's Washington special says : Gen. John P. Slough is relieved from duty as mil itary governor of Alexandria, Va., and is ordered to Colorado. The Times' account of the assassination says: Harold made a statement yesterday to the effect that in the original plot his part was tc shbu of the gas the Tbhatre. He had once rehearsed his pat with Booth. Afterwards he was required only to be in waiting near the Navy Yard bridge, to as sit Booth in hiM eseope. Payne, the night fore his exeeation said that as far as he M re.R la8att nothing to do with A& rloql^^^^^Jl|lo ^_ . New York, J.ne 10. Among the papers of Jef. Davis, late~ cotured, the- Goreranert bha diseeoven several documents of vital importase is determining the aethoritie in favor of a trial of David before a at mitar eoinissio upon the charge of assassination. Gen. Pope proposes topot an end to.!adsa traders, and place the trade in thehands of the Governmeht. Philadelphia, July 12. Subscriptions for the seven-thirty lean on the 10th, were $5,500,000, and today six millions. New York, Jose 11. The World's special says: It is now regarded as quite certain that a special Oil itary commission will be instituted in a short time for the trial of Jef. Duivis, on' charge of complicity in the assassination of President Lincoln. The discovery of addi tional evidence, involving Davis, is said to be the cause of the transfer of the ease from a civil to a military tribaml. Prof. McCulloch, rebel inventor of a way for overcoming certain difecltiee, supposed to refer to rebel plots to burn cities, alluded to in the evidence of the late conspir.tcy trial, was brought here to-day and placed in prison. The confessor of Mrs. Surratt, Rev. Mr. Walters, says-not revealing the confes sional-that, as God lives, Mrs. Surratt was innocent of the murder of President Lincoln, or of any intent or conspiracy to murder him. The Times' Washington special saes: Mrs. Douglas, widow of the lst senator, made two personal attempts to obtain from the President a reprieve for Mrs. Surratt, and in each case was denied. Very bitter feelines relative to her execution exist ambng the rebels, particularly among the Catholics of this city, who, it is rumored, intend to call a meeting for the dutpose of denouncing the action of the military commission and the President. W. B. Dole, Commissioner of Indian r Affairs, has resigned. Judge D. N. Cooly, of Iowa, has been appointed. New York, July 15. The Herald's Richmond. correspondent 1 says: The work of confiscating the prop a. erty of wealthy rebels was inaugurated in r Richmond on Monday last, much to the con r sternation of the people of that city, by the a seizure of the famous Tredegar Iron Works, , by Government agents. A description of a f large amount of other property, liable to be confiscated, has been taken, and the tenants thereof have been notified to pay no more ;t rent to rebel proprietors. rrem German Gaie. CENrmAL CrrY, July 13th, 1865. ED. Posr :-K-nowing the interest that is felt by the public in everything pertaining to mines and miners, I send you the following Items, which I have collected ir tbiemni borhood, and I shall soon be able to oprwsr more particulars from time to time, as ihey become known to me. In Siberia District, all the claims that are opened are paying well. The number is small, as yet, but will not be so long. The runs vary from $100to $1,000 per day, and, in one instance, $1,500 was taken out. In Central District, they have found the pay streak as far as No. 13 above discovery. Three men ran out of one pit $54, in a day. There are two good bars and plenty of water. The town is thriving. It contains about forty houses, and a brew ery is about to be sta tetd. The 25th was representation day in Mountain Sheep Dis trict. Two companies are doing well. In the upper part there is nobody at work. "Beef Straight," a bar discovered while the miners were living on meat only, is turning out rich. It is about two miles long, and coarse gold is found from ten to fifty cents to the pan. This is the right hand fork of German Gulch, and all the miners are san guine that the.y have a big thing on that bar. Californi, Gulch, the left hand fork of German Gulch, is about two miles above Central, and is seven or eight miles long. A company of ten Californians, are proe pecting with good success, and will sluie in about a week. Hot springs District, b.low 3lountain Sheep, his some men work ing on the bar. A company are digging a large ditch to hydraulic this bar. There is r from one to two conts to the pan through I out the gravel. Quarts is abundant above 0 and in Siberia District. The "La Crosse o No. 2," discovered in a drain ditch, on the r bed-rock, shows rich in gold. Tae miners Y have no facilities for testing or assaying, Y hut two ounces of rook, broken up with a 1 hammer. and washed in a pan, yieldbrver n five hundred colors. Some very rich ailver lodes have been discovered, the names or which I will send to you in my next. In Central there are four stores; in Siberia, one, and two are being built. They are prttiy well stocked with X.oods. They had a gol;d time in Central on the 4th. The m.nate guns boomed continuously till th.yv raised the dag on a single pole about sixty feet high. M1r. Carvell delivered an oration, and several other speakers followed. There was some good singing, and among the list of popular auosems nts was climbing the pole. Out vf fifteen aspirants for the W$, only one succeeded in reaching the flag, and touck ing themoney. There were three foot rase and a good time in general, till eveTig, when the rain broke up the proceediaus cheated usof our dance. Many asbee was given for the old flag. It is i ted very morning and flies all day. l mv it wave! The town was well dee0 l o for . occasion with evergreens and n~ qll t. blems. Yours, eiucerely,' OVE"*L THE London Minw Josrna dorib the new tunnel borer of Capt. Besamoatr of the Royal Engineers. The machine oat through nise feet sin inche in one day. It euts a ring in the rooek, and sinks a bele il the center fo powder. The core is tba at once blown out. A newmaeshisthttir.~ timberr whieb reqaire as afts .4restij. alsodesaibed by the Gold Mill Aa At i tep' teafd t wwk wrL AU ele mtl So W% OsVe ever LY, eatmab