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T anrif B ill H eld O ver. a rT l rt, e m tc rim trr~det Fr r~the One \rw 4)rlemtn% Democracy. h4o.e.' . Beach, Dead. (1'mifirlunation of Judge%. Tfilt tmm) Reduction Bill Pa%.ed. t1,1,(,imutmuemt%4 by the Preiii (dent. Trouble at Ft. CLarker. Emanuel L~eutze Dead. tmiot her Veto and Pa%%over. Sonmmlislon Appointed to Ex aimuine Mlontana Volunteer Cliaums. rTme I Itim Article Decomnew am I'art of the Constitutlon. Lynch Law 1mn Illtnois. Tile Miswiw5Ippi Electionm. 11)Iropriatlon Bill.' Pamm'.'d. lm rid mng Bill Sub~tltute pawscý fic Ilotusc A Synuopsis of its Termsw. Trie Milllicaum Rtot*. 'l'im" Rtelolutloniwt% Captuart Caurraeea%. Thne American Colony at Jam Dwindling. Chlolera at New York. 'hila~lelpihii, July l!S.-The~ gas strikers -ucciededl in accomplishing their object, the tru-t'".- having complied with their demands, anl the city will have gas to-night. Ws:hin~,ton, July lS-Senate.-A long iiI-ussioin arose upon the bill to authorize th,, c in-truction of bridges across the Ohio :%-r. The debate was on the clause regula tin.z ".m feet of a span. Some of the Sena t',r: arguing such a length was impracticable .,.~l li.in~erius. Finally Converse insisted on T(. s1,,cil orler to bring up the bill to pro tict the rights of American citizens abroad, which was tsken up. S-umner made a lengthy speech against the i,: 1l. W1a~hxii;ton. July lS-House.-Dawes re I rtei i~ack from committee, the elections of thr' . representatives from Louisiana, and 2 trmoi South Carolina, who were then sworn -p' eaks. presented a communicaton `., n the Governor of South Carolina, tra~ns omitting; a joint resolution of the Legislature ramtifying the 14th amendment to the consti ltittn. M ,orimeal imade a statement in reference to i.tiriff bill. Ue said if it passed the 11 ai-"' it probably could not get through the ~ithis se~i-ion. The speaker said the t~irii hill was now among the unused bnsi in c immittee of the whole. WVhen the llou~e went into committee at the com :,~i"ne~ment if the next session, it would oe t:,, first b~usiness in order. Moorheami said with that statement he was a~iiliiig ti leave the bill where it is and there t gave notice he would not call it up .l~alu this session. ihe Homuse went into committee of the whi~le on the funding bill. A great number of amendments were is-red. some adoipted and some rejected, woen the committee rose, and Bouatweil of tereil hmis substitute for the whole bill which hir oce been rejected in committee. Tihe substitute provides for 2 classes of Iilone at 5 per cent interest for citizens ,f the United States, the other at 4 per cent. .:al in United States, or at London, Paris ,rFramnkfort. The bill amendments and -u1, titute were ordered printed. The vote w~ill be take'n Monday morning. Evening -ession dhopeiised with. Wa-hington, July IS.-The President to liv snt to both Houses a me,-sage recoin in tiiln; the amendments to the constitution prov iling for the election of the President i.. -lirmict vote, and confirming the present t:, tine Inanmi piro~7ribt.izg who hill ac cý1't time ilutiest of the executive office t~ ~- acaincy lid- death of both 1'resi tleamt aol Vice P'resident. This be says shousld not be left to be fixed by law. He thinks the _mlcca's-iun ought to be vested in the hands of s n fthe executive department and not in the President of the Senate or speaker of the liL use or Chief Justice, each of whom might 1.'~ in-trumental in producing a vacancy by i nii~oehmi'nent. iwi~~uhent. Jhonalso recowtnetds that Senators be choe-en by direct vote of the people and a liuiitati4ýn of the tenure of Judicicial office t~i a terra of year.. The message was referred to cuiiifittee on Judiciary. New Orleans, July 19.-A Mass Dent eicrat ic ratificat ion mneeting, probably the largest ever held in Louisiana, was I lin Lafayette Square last night. Steveral Catholic clergymen and two ,lured rt presentatives of the colored I b nw~ratib class were on the stand. A large niunber of negroes were in the I ,rtbwtssiou. A resolution was adopted endorsing- the nominations and lplat e-rm ot the New York Convention. They pledge the cordial support of the Louisiana leumocracy, and declare sla ve-,ry dead beyond the power of any man -r 'suscitate it; condemning the l~"cu co~nstitUtioli of the State, and " xlress alarm at the course of the Leg ~a r~now in season ; returning tliaiik!. to P'rcsident Johnson, and also expressing feelings of kindness towards ,hi- n,"gro people of the State and City.. anl relu~rring to the recent election of Mtis .ippi. as an instance of what can I' time by a proper course toward the po r" xpulation. The resolutions were ado pt..Ld in c,:)muieidatiofl of the course j'rurted by the United Stateis officers :t:, 'bldiCrs toward citizens during the .a:. 201!uiinistration of the militiary aui t:ii-)i~tiº. Later accounts from Milhican r i ;t-, nt. slhe riot not ended. Th'le ne r~r je~ have rant a defiant reply to orders tdisperse. But a small force of aol ,litrs are at the scene. New York. July 1'J.--Muse Y. Beach. te:,ran editor of the Stsn, died at \%'al' ;;n.zt,)lt. Conn., to-day. ~'-ttau1AIiptOfl. July 19.-Farragut's -Ijuadrori sailed to-day. The Franklin ;lag ship has gone to (hibralter with Adiniira' Farragut aboard, the other '-ess'"is in ditiereut directions. \W.ehiin~tou, July 18.-The Senate ie-t'.iirmed F.J. Bowers for Chief Ju".. t cu Idaho; 11. L. Vi arren for Chief Justice, and H. Knowles for Associate Justice of Montana, S. Day for Surveyor General of California. The Senate rem jected H. A Smythe for Minister to Aus-. tria ;B. F. Bainbridge for Inspecror of the Land Office at Viumwla, California and Thos. J. Hawley for Postmaster at San Francisco. The President hes issued a proclamation announcing the ratification of the 14th amendment to the constitu tion by South C'arolina and Louisiana. London, July 19.-A popular demon stration took place to-day in favor of the Parliamentary measures for aboli tion o~f the Irish church establishment. The procession carrying banners and wearing green ribbons proceeded to Hyde Park, where a mass meeting was organized. After being addressed by several speakers, resolutions strongly protesting against the rejection by the House of Lords of the Irish church ap pointmnents, and the suspension bill was adopted. About 20,000 persons were present. The meeting and proceedings were orderly. No interference on the part of the poolice. New York, July 20.-A fatal case of cholera was reported yesterday. John S. Spencer was killed b~y strichnine given by mistake yesterday for Seidlitz powder. It has just punblicly transpired that the sate of the Importers & Traders' Bank was robbed about the 4th or 5th ot July of $80,000 in cash nnd bonds, no clue to the robbers. Charleston, July 19.-A fatal distem per or dry murrain is prevailing among the cattle throughout Gleorgia. Num bers oi fine milch cows have died of the Chicago July 21.-The Senate sat un til after mid-night last night discussing "Wilson's substitute for the House bill reducing the army to the ordinary peace establishment. The principal pvdiscsinwa for the ilauane of arme tol dproviding wason the clausne of thes bil State authorities in the Southern States. Vickers nmoved to amend that the arms are not to be dis~tributed till January 1st, nor until the President shall deem it necessary for the prevention of dis turbances in the Southern States ; re jected. Several other amendments were rejected, and the bill passed by a strict party vote. London, July 230.-Lord Napler for himself and the officers and men of the Abyssinian expedition made his ac know ledgments to both house. of Par liament for the vote of thanks. Vienna, July 20.-Baron Van Lieberte late Minister to Hamburg, is appointed Minister plenipotentiary to the U~nited States. Chicago, July 21.-A Time's special says the Senate in Executive session yesterday considered the Sandwich Is land treaty, but did not reach a vote. Sumner made a powerful speech in sup. port of the treaty arguing its benefit to the Pacific States. Fessenden opposed the ratification on the ground that sugar rice etc., would be imported free of duty~' an-i would reduce the revenue and in jure the production of the Southern States without commensurate return. Secretary Seward has issued a formal nnnouncement that the resolutions of the Legislatures of Ohio and New Jer. sey must remain in full force and effect and that the 14th amendment has been duly ratified and become a part of the constitution. The President yesterday nominated Rob't Muller Register of lands for Belmont, Nevada; J. Ui. Riddle Rleceiver of Public Monies at Belmont, Nevada ; 0. H. Burnhnm, Assessor of Internal revenue in the 2d district of California, aund Charles N. Felton treasurer of the Branch Mint at San Francisco. Reports from Fort Larnard, Arkansas river, say 12,000 or 15,000 Indians congregated there to receive annuities. Col. Wyncoop withheld arms and amunition on account of recent depredations by the Cheyennes. The Indians became enraged, and declared they would fight them, and were ready for war again. Thbe meeting broke up in preat con fusio'i. The sa'mue evening the kiowna at tacked a train and robbed it cf supplies and provisions. (len. Sully arriv'ed at Ft. Harker with 800 cavalry, lie told the Indians he preferred peace but was ready for war. This awed them somewhat but they are Estll sullen and discon tented. Wyncoop deprecates the course pur sued by the governmez t and says the indians of this agency are peacably inclined, but hos tilities are likely to break out at any time. Wash ington, July tO.-Ernanuel Leutze, the celh-brate1 Painter, (lied yes;.erday of ap toi lexv zut,erinducetl by beat. -'ihe i'r's!dent to-day sent to the Senate the following nominations. John S. D~awson of Pennsylvania, minister to Russia; William S. Rosecrans, minister to Spain ; John A. McClernand, of Illinois, minister to Mexico; Heniry M. Watts of Pennsylvania, minister to Austria ; Win. ~i. Wells, for Assistant Secre tary of the Treasury ; C. C. Cox, of Maryland, for commissioner of pensicus ; Elisba Foote of New York, commissioner of Patents and Ed Cooper for temporary commissioner of Internal revenue. '[he President sent his veto of the electoral college bill which was passed over his veto in both Houses by a strict party vote. The veto reiterates his hitherto expressed objec tions to the reconstruction acts. Some fears are expressed that the President will veto the tax bill. Washington, July 20-&aeate.-Tbe bill relating to the rights of American citizens abroad was taken up. The question was on striking out tLhe clause authorizing the Presi dent to make reprisals by muspending com mercial relations. A debate of some length ensued when the bill was laid aside without action. The President's veto message was received during the debate, and the bill passed over the veto 35 to S. The President's mnessage transmitting the ratification and resolutions of Louisiana and South Carolina was received and referred to the Judiciary committee. Also the messags enclosing the correspondence of the depart ment of State, with Vanvalkenbarg, minis ttr to Japan, relative to the suppression of th oletrade. Several other executive I commfunications wets receive! and referred. A resolution offered appointing a commis sionser to examine the claims of Montana for furnt-hing volunteers for the late Indian war, and a resolution of sympathy with the Cretanas epesnthe hope they would secure their indeendncewere adopted. The committee on elections r-ported book th~e cred..ntiala of Imrael Last of North Car olina, and C. C. Bowen of South Carolina, who were sworn in. The recent tobberies of the Importers anti Traders Bank was a very mysteriefh alfair. The money was secured in a barglar proo: safe, with a combination lock requiring tve pesnech knowing only the reapective partsof it sere oprtos to ope it. Over $50,OOO in gold was taken and the lock appa rently not tampered with. Chicago, J sly 21.-Three mm-s were ar rseted for the attempted express robbery user Seymour, Indiana, by runnaing .1f with en gin, and a portion of the train. Thme, wres being coaveyed from Cincinnati t. wa sviieldavlnd, lAMC night wades stemngasm to be placed in jail. Wham the santa lmeed a point 2 stIle, from Seymour it was stopped by a mob of 200 men who overpowered the guard. seized the bthee prisoners and hung them. This vicinity has been long infested bya gang of robbers and murderers, and the citizens are determined to exterminate them. Washington, July 21--senate.-The Senate joint committee on library, discharged the further consideration on the subjecofinter national copyright. A concurrent resolution was adopted de claring that three fourths of the States, in cluding Ohio and New Jersey, :having ratilied the 14th amendment, it has become a pert of the Constitution. The reeolutiom was re f erred for paying the Senators of Arkansas, Florida etc., compensation from the com mencemeut of the 40th Congress. A debate arising, it went over The bill for the. protection of 'American citizens abroad was made a special order for the session to-night. The oommittee of conference on the Indian alpropration bill made a report which was The Senate went into executive session and then took a recess. Washington, July 21-House.-Wilson from judiciary committee reported a resolu tion which was adopted, allowing representa tives from the late rebel States pay from date of their election. Dawes from committee on elections re ported the credentials of the Alabama repre sentatives. The [Demnocrats opposed the re port which was adopted 134 to 36. The five representatives of Alabama were then sworn in. The report of the conference committee on the bill to supply temporary vacancies in the e xecut ire department was adopted. Washington, July 21-Senate.-The con current resolution declaring the 14th amend ment ratified war received and concurred in. During the proceedings a dispatch was re ceived from (den. Bullock, announcing the ratification of the amendment by the Georgia legislature. House resumed consideration of the fund ing bill. hsSbstiutwe. Thecldebatsspec wn as cotife u ecnlddhis spsitt. h ebaec was faortiofe by other members. Wsshington, July 21.-Gen. Gillenmhas ad mnitted the report in regard to the condition He Msttsisip ne the resutofnhelterelction fors of istesisip ne the reconsf heltruelction laws the constitution 36,880, against it 58,231. In regard to alleged fraud (jillem says he is Lsatisfied the election was as fair and free from -intimidation or fraud as possible under ex isting circumatences. He says he finds it al most impossible to find qualified persons to fill the cavil offices, and recommends a modifi cation of the law. The President to-day nominated Warren L. Lockhart, register at Carson City, Nevada, and Stephen J. Chadwick receiver at Rose burg, Oregon. New York, July 22.-Report from Syria states that the Adams colony at Jaffa has dwindled to less than 20 persons. Adams and l wife has gone to England to seacnre recruits.. IThere was one case of cholera in this city yesterday and oae at Brooklyn. ofNew Orleans July 22--At the suggestion of ov. Warmeuth, a joint resolution passed the Senate calling on the commanding (len. -for troops to repress lawlessness in the north western parishes. A memorial was received Sfrom Franklin parish, stating that at least 50 murders has occurred in that vicinity lately. 1Mont gomery,July 22.--Gen. Gi.E. Spencer, r register in bankruptcy, received a majority of votes in both Houses to-day, for Senator for. the long terse. N. choice was made for the -short term. H avanna, Jul;- 22.-The revolutionists _cajp tured the City of Caraccas. They carried the 1 outer works by storm June 23d; the place f finally surrendered on the 25th. House, '22d-Evening Sesieion.-The t Conference Committee on the Indian ap a propriation bill and the deficiency ap apropriation bill made their reports, both of which were agreed to. The House f the proceeded to consider the Funding e. bill. Bout wells substitute was rejected 66 to 72. The bill finally passed. The first section fixes the lowest de nomination of bonds at fifty dollars; the 2d provides for only one class of bonds, running five years and bearing 03.63-100 per cent. interest; the 3d provides that the income from bonds shall never be 1i able to taxation. The section legalizing gold contiacts was stricken out. The sales of bonds are required to be made by advertising tor proposals. Senate; Evening Session.-A joint res olution passed, authorizing the payment of the full amount of subsidy, $500,000, to the Pacific Mail Company for Chinese and Japanese service. A joint resolution of sympathy with the Crt tins passed. T1'he balance ot the session was con sumed in the consideration of a bill authorizing bridges over the Ohio,which was co)Lsiderably modified and then passed1 New Orleans, July 22.-Later advices from Mlillican confirm the reports of se rious disturbances. It is not known whether they have been quelled. The telegraph is interrupted, and no advices received sinice the 18th. Marseilles, July 22.-The Prince Na poleon has arrived at Malta, en route home. Trhe Cretan exiles presented an address~, expressing the hope that the Prince would not abandon their cause. The Prince replied with much reserve. Berlin, July t22.-The Girand Duchy of Hessee. has signified a desire to join the other tierman States in the natural ization treaty with the United States. St. Louis, July 22.-The difficulty with the engineers on the Pacific H. H. is not yet adjusted. Considerable excitement resulted last night. by a freight train being thrown from the track by the displa'~ement of a switch. It badly damaged the engine and two stock cars. It is supposed the switch was opened by disaffected men, but the engineers positively deny this, and attribute the accident to ignorance or intemperance ot t:.e new men em-I ployed. A good deal of apprehension is felt by the traveling community. Omaha, July 22.-Trains are now run ning 700 miles over the Union Pacific road. 660 miles have~ b'etn accepted, and 20,000 mnen a re at work. Chicago. July 22.-Republican spe cials say the Indian Appropriation Bill, places the disbursement of nil the prin cipal sumrs in the hands of Gen. Sher man, which is a heavy blow at the spec ullatoirs ring. Bro. (Jeorge U). Watt invited us to call and set his silk worms at work, and the sight was a very interesting one. Ho lass about 10,000 worms, and to feed them ho~ has to collect daily two bushels of mulberry leaves, full and pressed down. do says the Deseret News. It is understood Wells Fargo & Co., have contracted for thne silk for whip cracers. The eighth quarterly statemeint of the Itocky Monat'a National Beal sd~tjeasue Colorado, J1. ii. ioodapiesmt C(sierbs, shows $11ViAM 4a at cas oa. haud, ladis ridual whepoiis ot 416141 U , sad a so plus fall; of #M.7-iO 87. The inpksl e1f tnt' bask is *60.000.r.--Llimewý As.mm sr s&EMUs. Fanny Fern is fifty. 70,000 Chlnamen in the United States. Seventy stores to rent in Omaha. The Pri.me Balm Balm has a piece of Maximlllaa's heart In a bottle. Consantianople has 800 bathing estab lishments for the people. "Match 'em " cigars are th. favorites east. Thst's our brand. America Is being "Weeded out." Thurlow has gone to Europe. There as 11.000 journeymen printers in Germaz*. Scissor-hik-tum is the latest name for a column like this. Niagara Blondin is in London, still a ropist. Burying alive is still practiced in In dia. SenatorNorton is to wed a Baltimore belle. Ex-Conrederate Gieneral1 Forrest lost $500,000 Ij the war. ReverdT Johnson will have the honor of escortlng Mrs. Lincoln to Europe. The pelfumer of the world-The cen tre of the earth. Oregon pig irgn is being shipped to San Francisco. Genera Grant's eldest son, Frederick, is a cadet at West Point. No stcae marks the grave of Hon. Joshua R Giddings. Kansas expecta 100,000 immigrants this year. There mre over one hundred newsdeal ers in Ntw York and vicinity. Pittsbtg is building a $400,000 City Hall. Quite !pretty bouquet can be bought in New lurk for $50. Matiida Heron has played Camille nearly a thousand times-too many. The odest cup on record-the hic cup. To cub a fast young man-bridal him. The Mlryland oyster trade employs 850 veaals and 3,000 canoes. It is st~ted that Forney has lost money on his bok of European travels. Timot~ie Trimm, editor of the Paris Petit Jiriuzl, has made $100,000 by writing ditorials. Theretre 9,000 Jews and six syna gogues z Chicago. They pay annually $60,000 or religious purposes. Richwld Wi~liams. has inherited the neat sus of £250,000 from a deceased brothern London. Thera~re fifty breweries in St. Louis, which rake annually 200,000 barrels of beer. Prince Alfred's visit cost the Austra lians a zillion and a half dollars, and doctor's ,ill. The bris ballet girls all want to come tc America. Let them come. America can bare them. Last year the number of contributing visitors o Bunker Hill were 26,358, and and the 'eceipts $5,132. On th lit of January there was 152, 500 mile of railway finished on the globe, sad lOB/Ifi In Europe. Barflliame's salary in W0.0i per annum, with $110,000 for traveling and incidenil expensee. Neve cross a bridge before you come to it: iii will save half the troubles of life. Hors's bridles are now made diamond shape htstead ot square and ornamented with siver. Sengor Henderson, with his new bride, sipping the sweets of the hon.. eymoo. at Cape May. Ex-.ttorney Gieneral Stanbury has resmid the practice of law in Cincin nati. Theoumber of petitions filed in bank rnptc) in New York city during the year nding on the 1st of June, was 1,633. Giraite, flint, spar, bones and glass are to material of porcelain ware. Therds no manufactory of porcelain in this caintry. Onef ex-President Buchanan'. heirs was Ii.. Dunham, of Meadville, Penn sylvaia. Her husband died the same day tit Mr. Buchanan died. Thi locusts in Tennessee have the letteW "N" '"W,' clearly designated on their wings, which the natives 0mmn ouslybelieve signifies "Nother war." Th La Crosse Democrat's New York brana office is directly under the Sun editdal rooms. It is the worst institu tionza ader the Sun. Jetz Paul beautifully says that the Infiue has sowed his name in the heav ens I burning stars, but on the earth ho has own his name in tender flowers. A louble white camielia, with 1,500 expoded flowers, and as many buds still o open, was exhibited at a floral shot in (ihent. A- indisposed young gentleman at. tendd a party in Albany, Maine, and fort splendid cases of measles among the pests is the result. Etinent Berlin physicians, it is said. conar in the opinion that both Bismark andiing William will die very soon and. ery suddenly. hMs. Langdon, Plsuer of William B. As4, of New York, has begun a suit aga st her brother for the recovery of profirty valued at several millions. Ilie scholars In a Minneapolis school thoght the water in their well tasted qu Iy for a few days, and so instituted an ~vestlgation, which brought to light adbd baby. inn %V. Forney Is trying to sell the Wihington Ckroniiek, and is said to coatmplate a remnoval to the Pacific cost. He warn offered the Baltimore A*rieunf newspaper for $2OO,000. I 0. Penin, the irrepressible ex-Know. Nohinjr, has been nominated for Chief Juilce of Utah. E. 0. P. is the supposed ori~nal of Walt Whitman's 'Barbarlc (en. Shermanhas adopted a son of the fawnus scout and Indian hunter, Kit Cason, and will send him to Notre Ds~ie U~niversity, at South Bend, lnd. Tb General is doing as he was done by. 'e~re are now in the esuitry about 0,40000 newhich est so each, orel0,*pif. T ea02sml used to w h them Is net 3ms ttm SlI a Anam hc ýpýMO 0 mes+ Madame Ristori acted 340 times in America. A Makes.hift-A sewing machine. Question--A pump handle. Remo, Pa., is totally dead and its railroad torn up. 4,500 people visited Shakspeare's birth place list year. New Orleans claims the most miles of street railway of any city in the world. "ace runes on shirt fronts are again com ing into vogue. A solid salt bed 600 hundred feet thick, has been found near Berlin, Prussia, Powder-What woman loads herself with to: nake a ball go offwell. Boston is to have a skating rink containing 30,000 square feet. A boat club of women is being formed in Detroit. Providence is to have a hundred thousand dollar opera house. Charleston expects to export 50,000 bushels of peaches this season. Garibaldi thinks of visiting England and the United States next fall. Over 4,000 lawyers and n murder a day in this city.-N. Y. Tribune. Too much law,: too little rope. Sidney Howard Gay has transferred himself from the New York Tribune to its Chicago namesake. Mack of the Cincinnati Enquirer, reports that he gets $15,000 worth of stock in the concern, and $4,000 a year. An anti-low-neck-dress-and-embroidered gaiter society has been formed in Paris. Its oaths are solemn. A firm in West Brookfield, Massashusetta, who manufacture condensed milk, have re ceived an order from China for 128,000 cans. Senator Connees has appointed Mr. Harrison, _an intelligent black man, Clerk of the Senate Committee on Mines, of which he is Chair man. The remains of Lieutenant McKenzie, who was killed in a fight on the island of For monsa, are to be removed to Chicago for in terment. The city of Paris contains about 2,000,000 of inhabitants, living in 50,000 houses. Lon don has 3,000,000 of people and about 360,000 houses. Mrs. Emma Molloy, wife of the editor of I the South Bend (Indiana)Ufnion, is announced as having become connected with that paper in an editorial capacity. From the Athens, Ga., papers, we learn that the silver pitcher of the Athens Wheat Club was given to Mr. B. Bancroft, who raised for ty three busheLs and forty-three pounds of wheat upon one acre. During the 43 years that the American Tract Society has been in existence, it has is sued 22,877,379 volumes ; 200,000,000 tracts ; 100,0000,000 periodicals in 141 different lan guages and dialects. The first Japanese child born outside of Jap an for the last ten centuries was born lately in London. Mr. and Mrs. Hamaikari Sada kichi, members of an acrobatic troupe, are the parents. A Rhinoceros lately arrived in New York is only four years old, and is not expected to attain his full growth for twenty years yet. His daily ration consists of two bushels of corn, one bushel of potatoes, and three hundred pounds of hay, and he drinks fifteen to twenty buckets of water. POLITICAL. So, boys ! a final bumper, While we all in chorus chant For next President we nominate Ourown Ulysses Grant And if asked what Sttate he harts from, This our sole reply shall be, From near Appomnattox Court House. With Its fsumous apple tree." For 'twas there that our Ulysses That Lee gave up the fight Plow, boys, " T s.s fmuSar Freslient., And God defend the right!" -Miles O'Reilly. Cheyenne floats a Grant and Colfax flag. Iowa Democrats put three editors on their electoral tieket. 500 papers had the name of Pendleton at their head-500 heads sore. Poor old Parker Pillsbury is dIrivelling away in the revolution in defense of the mod ern Democratic party. The nomination of John Covode for Con grwin the 23d district of Pennsylvania, is considered certain. The Republican Executive Committee of Lcouisiana, claim that the State will give Grant and~olfax 25,000 majority. Andrew Johnson's contribution toward the inflation of the currency the last year or twu, is his pardon of over a hundred counterfeiters. Robsrt J. Walker was elected to draft the financial plank in the New York platform. R. J. W. is a bond-man. Thes Columbia (S. C.) Pbatnix has improved upon the old copperhead slang-whang, "This is a white man s government," by adding "And decent negroes may come in." The New York Tribune elegantl~y remarks that "Governor Seymour is a cool, wily, in Fenious master of the art of squirting orator ic vitriol upon those who do not wear his uni f oon."t A late careful canvass of congressional prospects in Ohio makes twelve districts reasonably safe for the Republicans, four for the Democrats and three doubtful. The Alta Californian, after a careful re view of previous elections in that State,coines to the conclusion that there is a reliable ma jority of at least 15,000 for Grant and Colfax. Gerrit Smith says: "I expect to vote for Grant and Colfax. I like them both; and in the main, I like the platform on which they stand." It is reported that 'Sunset" Cox will be the Democratic candidate for Congress in the 6th district of New York, to succeed Thomas E. Stewart, and that John Morrissey will be re nominated from tbe 5th. A Chicago correspondent writes, that though Jo.sph Madill, the founder and proprietor of the Csiago Tribune, stll holds more than 40 shares of the stock, he has practically severed his editorial connection with that paper. Not agreeing with ilorace White who has the ed itorial management, on free trade or impeach ment, a breach has grown up between the two which is considered beyond a11 healing. General Grant is supported by every illus. trious soldier in the Union-Sherman, Meade, Phil. Sheridan, Sickles, George H. Thomas, Ecoker, Pleassoton, McDowell, Canby, Em ory, Scofield, Mower, Ord, Halieck, ilpat rack, Logan, Eawlinas, and a host of volun teer Generals, many of whom have heretofore been Deuaocrats. Gea. Hancock is the only really prominent omcer who seems willing to train with the Anti-war Democracy. Intelligenee to Camp Rarney to June 22d, reports the killing of 16 and ca pLur ing of 22 more Indians, under the chlef, E. D. Gant, near Stein's Mountain, a few days before, and the subsequent sur render of 100 other savages of the same tribe.-Idoaho World. Three burglars robbed Mr. Coult's house in Bait Lake, July 11th. Mr. Coult was absent, and his wife comn pelled to silence by the presentation of a ' navy." The burglars became frihteed nd ed only securing $. Judge Alaso A. Bmadford 1. the Be publican mondnee of Colorado fec Dole-. ý'aý t Cslte~Msx repee~suted the Tertory on" before and is said to be ""a tower of straight" to. the `ticket. Ldega1 Nrtitcesf". *ANE.BVFTCY NOTICE. No. 9. rpins is to give notice, that on the ýkthday of ..Jun., A. D.. 1866, a warrant nakrpc was issued against the estate of Richard Fisher, of Springvllle. in the county of Jefferson. and Territory of Montana, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition; that the payment of any debts and delivery of any property belong ing to such Bankrnpt, to him, or for his use, and thc transfer of any propcrty by him are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their debts, and to choose one or more Assignees of his estate, wilt be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the City Hall, in the City of Virginia, county of Madison, and Territory of Montana, before Theo. Muflly. Register, on the 15th day of August. A. D. 1t3t6c. at 10 o'clock A. M. NEIL IIOWIE. 1'. 8. Marshal (as Messenger) for the District of Montana Territory. Wu. CHC)IASERO, ltelena, 14. T.. att'y for Petitioner. Jy 1O-w3w DAN KRUPTCY NOTICE. No. 6. T HIS is to give notice, that on the 'rZth day of June A. D. lt46tt a warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against the estate of George Church and John A. McCune, of the county of Madison, and Territory of Montana, who hare been ad judged Bankrupts on their own petitions, that the payment of any debts and delivery ,fany prop erty belonging to such Bankrupts, to them, or for their use, and the transfer of any property by them are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the creditors of the sait Bankrupts, to prove their debts, and to choose one or more Assignees of their estates, will be held at a court of Bankruptcy, to be holden at the City Hail, in the City of Virginia, county of Madison. and Territory of Montana. before Theo. Muftty. Register, on the r~th day of August, A -D. 1P6'3, at 10 o'clock. A. M. NEIL H)WIE. U. S. Marshal (as Messenger) for the District of Montana Territory. By J. J. HLL.L, Deputy. I DAVID COWAN, Virginia City. M. T., att'y for Petitioners. iylO.w3w BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. Case N o. '. In the Supreme Court of 1 In>ankru toy. the Territory of Montana. Sesssý -o In the Matter of Benjamin InBankrupty L~evy. Bankrupt. ty To who it may woncern: The undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap pointment. as Assignee of Benjamin Levy, of Helena, in the county of Lewis and Clarke, and Territory of Montana, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt upon his own Petition, by the Supreme Court of maid Territory. Helena M. T., May 15th, A. D. 1 S WILLIAM B. JUDD, Assignee, etc. ,J The United States, Q a Territory of Montana. I hereby designate the " Weekly Montana PoeT' as the newspaper iu which the above notios shall be published by the said William It. Judd, As. ulgnee of the estate of BeInjamin Levy, Bankrupt aforesaid, according to law. Given under my bhand at Virginia City, on this 15th day of Lay A. D.. l1368. TIJEO. ML FFLY, 3twu200 Register in Bankruptcy. liDissolutlon. T THE co-partnership heretofore existing between I. George Perry, Louis Bruckman and Henry Wyttenbaob, under the firm name. George Perry &t Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All accounts against and due the firm will be settled by George Perry and Louis Bruckmian, who will continue the business under the same firm as before. GEORGE PERRY, LOUIS BRUCK MAN, HLENRY WITTENBACH: Lincoln Gulch, May 2i3, 1868. dt;52t-wtf. U. S. LAND OFFICER 119L" A, M. T., July 3. 1686r. ' [HE Public are hereby notified that CHARLES 1W. SEARS, is in no manner authorized to act for us, or either of us, and is in no way connected with this office. 0. B. O'BAN NON, Register. GEO. McLEAN, jy3dl&w2 Receiver? Notice 1,n Bankruptcy. Supjreme Court of In Bankruptcy. Montana Terrtory, In the matter of Jasper B. Chapin, InBmrpcI Bankrupt.No21 ':oc Whom it May Concern: The undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap: polntment as the Assignee of Jasper B. Chiapin, of Virginia City, in the county of Madison and Ter ritory of Montana, who has been adjudged a Bank rupt upon his own petition by said court . Given under my hand at Virginia City, county and Territory aforesaid, on this tith day of July, A. D. 18€8. THOMAS C. STEVENS, Assignee. The United States of America, 3 Territory of Montana, !, I hereby designate the Montana POsT, a weekly newspaper printed and published in the town of Ielelna, in the county of Lewis and Clarke, and the Montana Democrat, a newspaper printed in Virginia City, In the county of Madison, and Ter ritory of Montana. as the newspapers in which the above notice shall be published by Thomas C. Stevens, assignee of the estate of Jasper B. Chia pin, bankrupt aforesaid, according to law. Given under my hand, at Virginia City, in said Territory, this 8th uday of July, A. D. 18ild. THEO. MUFFLY, jyl5w3t Register in Bankruptcy. Noticc in Bankruptcy. Supreme Court of InBnruty Montana Territory, ~I akuty In the matter of Asel Stanley, IIn Bankruptey. Bankrupt. No. 12. TO WHOM IT MAY C')NCERN : The undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap o~ointment as Assignee of Asel Stanley, of Madison County, Montana Terri'ory, who has been adiudg ed a Bankrupt, upon his own petitioni, by the said Supreme Court. Given under my hand this 11th day of July, A. D.. 1t& t. E. H. COMBS, Assignee,&, The United States of America, Territory of Montana, SR., I hereby designate The Weekly Montana PORT, a newspaper printed and published in Helena, in the County of Lewis & Clark, and Territory of Montana, as the newspaper in which the above no. tics shall be published, by the said F. It. Combs. Assignee of the Estate of Asel Stanley. Bankrupt aforesaid, according 10 law. Given under my hw.nd at Virginia City, M. T~, on this 11th day of July, A. I)., 1j THIEO. MU'FFLY. jy24,wy3t. Register in Bankruptcy. Proposals for Fresh Beef. OFFICE ACrl?\O CoXItidYt OF SUBSISTEIICL FORTY SitAW, M. T., July 15, 1~6. S EALED Proposals, (in Duplicate) will be re ceived at this office until 12 M1., on Saturday August 15th, 1868, for furnishing net Reef on the block, fur Fort Shaw, M. T., from the 1st day of Sep~htember 18(15, to the 31st day of August l$f6t. Te followilng regulations must be observed, viz: Tb. beef to be ot good and wholesome quality, with equal portions of fore and hind quarters Neeks, shanks and kidney fat to be excluded. The necks of the Cattle slaughtered for Beef nuder this coutractd 1shaeU he cut (ff at the fourth vertebral joint, and the breast trimmed dog n The shanks of the forequarter. shall be cut off famns inehes above the knee joint, and of the bind. quarters tram six to eight inches it)QVO the gam brel or bock joint. The Contractor wrill be requiredt to. weigh and Issue the Beef on the order ot the P'ost Conamiaary. bdders will state the price per pound net. Eaeh copy of sech proposal must have pasted at its heed, n copy of this alvertisenment. 'The undersigned reserves the right to re ject any and all bids that may be offered. Payment to be made in such itunds as the tunited States may furaish ft r that purpose. Bidders are invited to be present at the opening of the bids. No bid st-ll be considered, unless iac sumtpanled by a written guaraatee of at least two responsible parties, that the Bidder will sign the soatreot sad give anuficient security for its fulfill meat, if the award is tsuse in his favor. Ceetracts to be s::~ject io the spproval of the Post Commander, Coen as~diug uttleer District of Meoetana. Commanding o..1cs-i- department of Daketa. and the Commisery Gene-al of Subsis leasee U. S. Army. Preponealeto be euelrsed In nn envelope and es - ' ~edProposal let. Free'e Beef,'" and addressed. Is the unadersigned. WItLLIAM K AI' U 4 !ad UsLet It. Q'r M 13th U. ?. Infantry. l~y)s.dtdI Actineg Comnuissats' Stufbsistemea