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fnfulf(e"II~t 1Ct in the Mtater.. 4a111R.EJEI (a'uut)tt3 Nomintatioii.. (Ou~ti~rt'eI diolut Proccedi ngw. t ?Et"e'iczl1u Revolutionm Ter uuuiuated. 'rime Eu. Ind~iII Bill Anmended. *futdnett heat ; 2aO Cat~ualtiem in ýteu l~ork lin three days. C'raili~t" ag~aln dec Iared Pacific. t*oilier) Rliot in Pennsylvanla. TheI (ii3 of Brotherly- Love in 4ýlooxn. "atur %trokeei anud .onto strike'.. l airragiuat and the Enuglish. i-;ý utIý Caauuflrmcii Atborne) - ('Gen eral. W, '.r ct, it, .July I 3.-Radicals from Mis 1 qiwpr'td before th'" re'onstruction ,rinirtt' C to-day, ib-mandin; exclusion fromn Stint of votes of several counties. alleg * r'-ignu of terror existed. It is the gener t.1 " itf to-,lay that Congress will adjourn on l~yrTui',.lass. f" *Ir.-"i lent nomiinated Sherman to-day * ovivov"r-tieneral of California, and Thos. jrtChi'i Ju-tics of the Supreme * t f Ilib.,, N-v. Y ,)k. July 1,.-Thirtv-iiine care- ot ,t..an~t 121 deaths by sun stroke to C; July 1;,.-The Democrats are hold Sniwinnen-i' ratification meeting to-night. '-Cort llou~e square is densely packed, .iA the -treets filled with long torch light 'a.-iiins uuwbher~ng several thousand~-. the *. "t iiiý wit- adudressed by distinguished lpeak r- an-I great jubilation manifested. Tory-nto.July ls,.-The thermometer ranged t. 14'1). Large numbers of deaths by r.try k - ar-> repoeted. The Hterald- Washington despatch says tia-i" Ju-tics Chit,.' has again dleclared himself ic.i. -ruJ jath~y itith the Democratic party. Jtluzii he li~agrees with the plank of their ;.tit~rui. re-lative to the Southern Constitu u J; l- lelievi-~ the Constitution should -tai:l till change l by the people of each 1 X 'rk. D1 ily 15.-'Fhe late election u 'an titt ht liavig r-esulted in favor of i-i c ,rvat ivi's. Pres~ident Diaz on tlot' I * idt-,l ove~r the~ government to l"i. I auct:' who is flow acting prot'is nii i _-\e'rnor. D~iaz being considered a nr Tlii-rt' lias been no lilood alied - ,"v .l iv titi'n. The 'MSato is how ý,t.,,I relc in a state of war till order X\ý1ji~iutuI, July 14-Stenati - - Vi1 -U t x*' I tci-d a bill1 to redl ace the tndI i ;'.-'oa lace establishmtent. Refer )'."%~'red a joint resolution relative the S-)utlii"rn Pacific Railroad. Sen ls'ldon its amendments to the Ili to siipply the vacancy in the exec ,it ive departments. and a conmmittee ol iit,"rence was ordered. i'liandler introd uced a bill to extend :hi. customs and laws of the [nited States o~ver Alaska andi~ establish collec tiifl district therein. Thle Indian appropriation bill was taken up without final disposition of the 'Irevious bill. Sh.lermtan wade ai ength~y report fronm lhe co~mmittee of ,I uference which was agzreed to, WVashiington. .July 14--House.-The principal brisin,"ss of importance trans'. aicted was artri:ing Senate amendments To the House bill, removing political dlisabilities from certain persons. Schenck made the report from the ,nunitteee if confere'nce on the tax bill whc lo " as agreed to and the bill passed. Virg~inia City, July. 15.-The Republi oila Convention nominated the fol I,ºw'ing legislative ticket : For Council, 1" 1). Leavitt : Representatives. D. E. l" lsoni. 1!, N. Blake, Hugh Duncan, C.1). 1 vcrett "Supt. of Public Instruc .1ou. \V. W. Rogers : Coroner. Dr. Chas. MI usigbrdot: Commissioners, J. Williams, \Vm. MIitchell: County Treasurer, Chas. .('lair: Assessor, Wim. H. Patton: Sure v'"n.or.1. L. Corbett. HL araigownsJul 15.-Th Legolaur W-ce 1n.PoetoteSnt o h ~.e-sin.theSeatey pasd th afndin f r com eral inm-pteruse and iter lang of airatio. isOthrwT.vr C,ýnnxws moved to lap asideC unflnisneu ui Trp-c and take up the bill to protect American citizens abroad, sayin: that both Republicans a~ A DemocratL' bad pledged protection to 'iaturalized citizens. Morrill moved to proceed with the regiilsr, it Icr of business. (ionne-Q'5 motion lost 21 to 23. 'The Indian appropriationl bill was then 'on.-dereil. \V a-bington, July 1 6-iouse.-The Miss` uo i election case of Switaler vs Anderson. wa.. take up, discussed and recommitted to the ýotomittee on elections. ,cbenck from committee of ways and means reported the Senate funding bill with I:amendments. The hust, limits the dim inution of bonds to be issued. The second wuakes all bonds forty yeezs, beer coin in tertut at .03 67-100 per cenat. The next five ire verbal changes. The eighth strike out the :;d section, and provides the manner of converting old bonds into new. Another amendment provides the tax on income from bonds of the United States shall be assessed and collected by the tressuYs or dlsbeziimg offcers of the United States is the sme cu rency in which the interest is paid mM scol nto be made by deiscda( 65 amount or tax, from cupons or interest due at the time of payment. Randall made a point of order that the second mection being an appropriation, must be con'idered in committee of the whole. Finally the hill and amendments were ordered printed and recommitted. Boutwell from the conference committee ~n the bill to authorize the executive depart menU, made a report which wag now concur red in. New York. July 16.-The thermometer to day atanda at 98. About one hundred eassa of prostration from heat yesterday and as many to-day. About half are fatal. Among the deaths by aun etrokes to-day was Dr. W. T. (II. Morton the discoverer of Ether. Thirty ~un strokes are reported at Albany yesterday twenty-one fatal; thirteen deaths from same cause in PhilaAelp~ia ; fifteen oases at Balti more and a number in other portions of the Country. Sihenectady, July 16.-Commodore Ganse vort died last night of congestion of the brain. Aged ~6. Rochester, N. Y. July 16.-Twenty-one eases sun stroke, aix fatal. Montreal, July 16 -Thermometer 1011 in the shade ; 10 fatal sun stroke cases yester day. Paris, July 16.-The Moniteur to-day has a pacific article on Moustiers speech in the corps legislatif. It regards his speech as proving the policy of France is one of mod eration, and the government will neglect no steps which have a tendency to quiet the public mind. France will carefully abstain from intervention in the Ge:inan question and will extend her sympathies to the encourage ment of the internal reform lately inaugurn ted in Austria and Turkey. Salt Lake July 17. -Weather fine. Ther mometer 8~ in shade. plac ih thei teams ora ceasing wocrik. :vsie sevra 1"li geohont effecting bany thing. TheShrifnddeuties eare hereS aikpr.mdmtkoing isctosfoth enothin Philaelpia Juslyie 17.200emplryees ofr wag". Nofgas has5 been ae thne beetyer ,da forno. Nosre look s ar dink thos might gn ah d houF city is harpset for St.be Louis, July Wow ti cred mo you terda amon the passnger~ engine riersoth ofadiiona laborh bie oaing imoeduonm them New men aenougto inploeo tohlue nwand thetnno t destro tha e bproperty an quelats the mesarianue.flo o t Thlintour Tbeme RepublSican convetkion intCnr,ýL forhoenoe E. P. Ilbawbe for L-avenworth, July IG.-Gens. Grant, Sher m:n and party arrived to-night, and will ie ve on Saturday for Denver. Chicn;o, July 17.-The Senate last night, after a long discussion, finally pawed the In than ap 'of ' * bill. ec New 'ý-o kMJUu7yn IT.-A London sp, ial of the 16th says the Riince of Wales and Prince Alfred, visited Admiral Farragut's deet on Tuesday. Farragut returned the visit to the 'British frigate Galatia, with Alfred, and by invitation then visited Queen Victoria at Oj - borne. London, July 1.ý--Tbe committee of the howe of commons reported in favor of the purchase of a residence for the Prince of Wales in Ireland. Chicago, July 16.-RepublicLn specials say I it is reported that Banks hm been promised the Runi n mission for procuring the Alaska &PEW tion. wao yesterday confirmed Attorney General. Senator Wilson's bill provides for the re duction of the number of enlisted men to 26,000 to be contuned in 30 regiments of in fantry, 8 of cavalry and 4 of artillery. Lis contemplates the appointment of a board of officers to pr!pare a plan for carrying into ef ipct Its OVIAIODG. New tr("k, July 16,-Anumber of persama are reported as having been prostrated by heat in the past 24 hours in this city and Brouklyn. I)r. liarriat registrar and statistician of the board of health, makes the startling an nouncement that 230 deaths are known to have reoulted from the excessive heat in the past 3 days within the Metropolitan dibtrict. Baltimore, July 16--rbe banquet to Rev erdy 4ohnson last night was a very pleasant occasion. John W. Garrett was President. Mr. Johnson made a lengthy response to a toast in his honor, expressint the confident hope that all questions with England would be disposed of, so as to remove all emD&rR@* ments. Mr. Thornton, British Ministier, ex pressed his gratification at the appointment of Mr. Johnson. ILATFORM. Resolutlon* Adopted by the Repub Ilean County Conventon Of Deer Lodge County, July 13, 1868. RESOLVED, That In the nomination of Ul'vsze S. Grant for President, and Scbuyler Colfax for Vice-President of the United States, we recognize representative men, fit to lead the Union hosts to victory, and hail such nomination and the election that is sure to follow upon it, as the harbinger of peace, the establishment of law and the final triumph of the national cause. RaSOLVED, That on account of its geo Sgraphical position, wealth population and re sources, Deer Lodge County is well entitled Sto put in its claim to the location of the Ter ritorial Capitol, and our nominees for the Council an Assembly are hereby instructed if elected, to use all honorable means in the ensuing session of the Legislature to secure such location in the manner provided in the Organic Act. RZSOLVsD, That long experience in new and unsettled countries hasdemonstrated that the requirement of a unanimous verdict of a jury has failed to afford that protection to life or property demanded by our condition; that it has outlived the reason of its creation, is Anti-Republican in its character, a fruitful source of bribery and perjury, and has render ed the administration of civil law in this ter ritory r tragedy and a farce. We therefore instruct our nominees for the Counciland As sembly if elected, that they shall in the ensu ing session of the Legislature, secure the pas i age of a Bill modifying the jury law, so that in all courts of the Territory, bothin crimin. Sal and civil cases, the verdict of two-thirds of a jury shall stand as a verdict of the whole. RssoLvIn, That in the recent shamela es cape from our County jail, of three prison' duly convicted of a cold blooded murder by the verdict of twelve good and lawful me, 'we see renewed evidence of the fact that anew deal in measures and men is imperatively de Smanded by the bet interest of the commni ty, and a a commencement to the seiurg of this esd, we ereby, in the me of .-stice and f protection agaimt the thievu and outlaws of soiety, mIt ooeially invite t_ leal co-opertion of all cod mn. li ad a ti Unma pspm et dMe Ien. (itow. 1A~DVERTISER Thei butWW mpeudd the.A rfh, O mueb o tel orabh we& ha, 11ft cothate aid hd~irfm a i'~ 0 10 WN -th "Swi, vthmut It~b be She Ia d SOLE AGENTS FOR BOB DEWS OONDENSED MILK, Monumental Bran d ANT) A. FIELD" S OYSTERS Numsen, Carroll & Co., 13 A. L 9p I M I) TIE, AND~ ".' &"1-7 RIVER STREET. CHICAGO. Snldeor &C, withgteir &usual godlokyetrdysl d three Ilafo MONTAN T ERRt hoITUw*ORYb IT E erg now prepared to furnish a superb Vquality of the following kinds of anne d at the PIONEER TANNERY, AND WARP ANTED Equal in Tannage, Finish and Durability to the very best quality of Laster tanued Leather. F M DC L ý p r i ze , 00FIRST OJAUTY SOIZ IZ&TH131 per Ib.; 1ied FIKI AIR and COLORED SNOW SKINS, Per dozen, $16 t.17A)O FINISHED UPPER, per Side, so to 0 Noticc the rchcletoi'ii prige! B t IN G PRACTICAL TANNERS OU SELVES, sad determined that Memhsa SI,,e leatherd sallesem wieb f c quality prioe we DEFY C'OMPETITIONI LEATHER BELTIN~ Kept oom.Watly m haag aad mt t say size to malt e~inin. We ~v. awpmla*.I ~.~MIWI.g pm.m Ag ~ ~e ~ 03*. wbmasmmebaBe~ a~ emmams are uapeedbfl sofliSsi Ss maD U~ UhNL, [Smmq & C.1 - V. P. AWl, Wa~a IL, - 8),TTDRR4 WLYGERT~ ~!O. P133U TANNERY, bulHELd~an ftemNoA.A.K D4o lesignat ede Depostoryobm EXCL USI VEL F BOOTS AND SHOES! GXTItNEY & Cm., 1VJIOLESl hE d IJVJ. 1 FL iLAL~R~ P4 BOOTS AND SHOES, No. :ii, YIaIn Street, HELENA, - - MONTANA, At tbe ~IGNof ibe 3 L3It~- )(IYT' I N. U. Gurmey & Co. Boot. ..d Ihoes are Cuuou mad. sad Warranted - 189 ly NICK MILLEN. ?h romtaosofL. eegah NATONA fBAKn uvle o(lNKle Bule ~ aIa. Orn foutt uo@ St omoe to quell riot m~pr toHELE o.owuNi. nevr aiElZar, wil MOT in a wholesale lqo wiEA 1 "Ie GsroIspctiesveyOw o a Di frygos Doo'tsr Bn ootsim. hos FORT 8HAW, 015. T guests an itdu i is s EXTRA CHARICE. i~ATl~FACTION GUARANTEED ye WE (lIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION To ~TOCI~7. A (~ E N E U A L FURNISIILVG S T () B E Connected with the above Establishment. Frrlgbters, Travellers and Residents supplied with Dry Good., CIA)TIIING, hOOTS and $UOE~t, TIN WARE, CUTLERY, E;ROCERIES. TOBACCO, CIGARS, LIQUORS, Etc., Ete. At the lowest MARKET RATES. Provisions, Milk, Butter and all kinds of pro duce kept constantly on hand. Iu abort we pur pose to make the NATIONAL HOTEL Head~uartora for Everybody, And respectfully solicit Public patronage. Give Us a Call! O.~veyant~. foe Ousata to and from I'ort Show, FREE Grifth & Thompson, Dealers, Contractors, A N 1 Manufacturers, IN ALL KINDS OF~ LUMBER, LATH, StIIINGLE$t, DO ORS, SASH AND BUINDS, And all kinds of B UILDING MA TERIAL, WE are prepared to Contract for the erection of WQUARTZ MILLS, DWELLINGS, and all kudof basin. houses. STONEBRICK OR FRA MlF ALSO koe constantly em hand as 1choice as FAMILY GROCERIES AT OUR STORE OM IDAHO STREET. E masre the public that with our facilllies V~fo maerilswe can take contracts at the ,rerylowm*t lurnzhs OFFICE and Lumber Yard, on corner of Idaho aad Van Buren Streets. w 179-211 J. B. LORAINE, lBig Hole I13ridge, On the most dhie.$ routs from Virgiaia City to Silver Row, keeps on hand A LARGE SUPPLY - Or PRO VISIONS AlV D GROCERIES. REF~hETSPROVIDED FOR ThAVELK A PIea STABLE E. F. PHELPS, At*eraey at Law, saamaaek, N. T., WILpratemeic mal the couurs of the Terrlkwy, modpay special atteatlos to the oolleotkje uI STERLING HOUSE Percival & Cwmiutou", PROPRIUTOUS. STRRLING CITY, Y. T. vielatty, this the Steilagf Hous ateon as moch e~ea~.IS it lbs g" is geseemfy 11"d aotbee.f i" tae l snseu, and eharges - iaeeinble. The " Ib Isaelwas sepie with te be th Mm ande smith Aa Gwatep BANNACK CI TY, M. T Always hase on hand and for s~aea LARGE VARIETY. -OF GROCERIES? consisting of TEA. COFFEE,; SUGARS SALT, SPICES, FLOUR, BACON, HAMS, SOAP, Cannsed Frusiti! CANDLES, ETC. H IA..TIII)WAR. T E2 Tinware, Glahiwan., 'BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING Dry Goods, Etc. Also, a large and wall-assorted stock of Drugs ant, MEOICINESI Ali of these articles will be sold at the lowest We have a commnodiout. Fire-Proof Warehouse for the Stoz'ago of Goods Liberal Advances W 111 be, Made on Consigunments. 132 ¶FHE1 Woolworth & Barton Transportation Line I GEEAL EASTERN OFFICE 254 Broadway, New York. GENERAL W~ERN O771CR : St. Joseph, - - - Missouri3 W,~ IL FORWARD FREIGHT TO TIT TER COLOR~ADIO, TJ m A~ E INew Mexico!1 From their Warehouses at the terminus of the Union Pacific Railroad ANID U. P. RAIL ROAD, E. D. For rates, shipping directions, etca. apply at the Generai Offies of the Company, or to Kight & Pastkor, Agents, No. 106 Wasshngtoe Street. Boston. Georij B. ±oulhhýAent, No. 42 South vfllan. A ,No Bre Houms Cis, Joseph Mcgntfre, Agent, No. 72 Couamercial Siresi. St. Loan1. Henry Hares. Agent. No. 53 Clark St.h'go Daniels frwAet.Denver, Coloa G rgT.Clark, Agent, Central City. Col. ]'Igbr &Cee, Agets, Golden City, Colorado. Godb. i Mitchel Aýs~etts, Salt Lake City. PV'OUTS & 8USSZLL, Agents, Virginia Iet DnJOb in, Agent, H elena, Montana. Smih £Grator, gAgents, Bannack sand Mon. WAR Cities. 0.3B. Blaihke,lsn Agent,Aet Santa Fe, Now Mexico. Oscar 3d~os~ gn.Junction City, Ken - InternaMomaIl Hotel, HSelea, - - - M Aonia~a. Territerp, 6. JULK;WmAI3,'l'Mpras. 133 M. CARDOI.L, am]li CAU3*LL & !TESL. Forwarding Storage and Deales. in Glemi oral M~erchandlae. Fort Dent.n, E.ET.