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The lontana Post
FRBfi1. 1 hOR\1\, !ýitý' 13th.
A. Cai'r''n II int. (iovernor ot Colo
ra~l,., has i-ziued a proclamnation d.-sig
nating Thur-tdla. Nov. ' %. 1'G`+. as a
'Iay o4 "I hank-gi 'ing andi TIurkt~v As
a high tont-. I grical exprci .ion-n o rr
IigioE e Cmnvicti 'ns. it .'xcr.I. the .Pr.'-i
tlentý. VV a suiTbct Mr. blunt has a Ia r.'r
goL ).er .i his rnin1'F e- r than M r 'Un
i 1" lIs t''h'ý a iay or two f
ro.'nt join- i t h. ca-e of 'Miss i.'e ker.
I ,onthon. w o' c'li a n- flit- right to .ti" at
tIr he' efltjjin, j:tr~iomu.'ftfrV t''Clt"'Zitl.
lh." i',"' jIn 1.,.11 i, IL teset (:t ",: i t' l..in.
'.lI~tv Htah that the Ei'_;t~§ il stat ut.'s
""ntiti."l t",.nll-n to .u:Ir:. LL . I e Vir
ctan- are' -t r, 1: t in tav't)r '4 t.i t
=ufl'r~t nan I it i. not imtlrl ahi. that
14)it to thte s'x w'it,..* r"~r".it~t\.
'it tlio thlrnon.
\\."a " a'.t'a te- .'fl. . '1/ 'el.r :t' l' .i.
t2i*. - ~i'Ui fle' her·, \lie a~la '~ *'~- jli,~
iii ?eriii.. .-'\ i. a he~ '';.ct~ a-a eei~l~r
cli! lli'lr, Ii. 1"'r a i: r ii' tl I. t':11i
In r are-1 :: i;," '' i. : ie-".. 1:..",l i:i
,'iic?1tijv leeine, 11.a1 ""':a h'. i l ai 1.. an'!i
a- l . alit .ý\\.. .,tii their i-tac"ti 1.1
Iz~iclti serve th le"ar! Lale:
A tet i'.e f.let- a at'-" mIt have-. tiat., at theL
SI hue athu "ear Ii~hn tia.ir .''a its ap.eý -'r
ieet!º( ti lacl-t anll~tii.artieei,' ter. wa~lr-1
-i :toi suetrte t11w,"t I,ur-t eqri-i lau Liii e in-,
r~ttr tie-a..antiai ee leeteg, itt.a aliuenahWle.'
An)ti tii.t. lnte:a.l\Ia lami.: th ad latte-rlit
Sainltis iii I - ta-la .) Ivrr i,"itsr alt. rul
fa-rti'~ ef 1u .-t- aglln ne, ciic-e't~l" or a li 'a
4)ur th i uti itlin' ere- andin Iure- .v rv ta rl.'
Anti tue-v i.iitoo iijt tet the'rttli Latt -lie
fanti in ae-rsalTn tirei-iaakt'-e ee't. rltai-f
f~-ulen ati-! N. tivg 1'rk "w. lne tel ani- iig,'
our adajels iii ru:tter and Inre-i-s.~r viii~-ta
tiiee-klv+ anti cire"-sii kalv s (l Iee'aik,
eertie~t~jrce. Tlhere ise sut itit- i radiical v
wirtng in thiiis. aniti lie pcrac tice- eatI -
huinclv leer re-trtern antil Wt' I itie that i)."-
!,)re Jten,'t, si-ihall hiave- it lIittlii4i- ie"th
Now may it not be tlui' Bro. (' :nnnin
is hasty in condemnation an paartial in
,udgment. W.,, ha\e hear, w, ndirtul
,iDatril. e naainst temt inine tashion ana1
,ress. but Salt L k. ('city :n ltali Terri
,r - -lt slut. -rnc : :ro, at.\ ~reat tx
'ra-va at'.Ce inll t is r.esl.t. .As a ru!.
the MornoI in 1 1in- are l n -in iilit i
-hnaldbily ctlthed. Oln the -,ther hauni
e u. nitn in Salt It.ik . - .ll. andl
irighani YiOuni i- tihe ,st .r.i-setr, we
liet-ve. in tahl. \\!,atevtr uliity of
:a-l-hionable extrava ulnce thre i, atmon
Mormon women. Blrighamts s i\'es and,
daughters are acenilltahl e for. They are
the leaders of the ti.. Women possess a
natural and coinnientdalle- prinde in their
personal appetarance. Thieir ,love of the
beautiful tinds expression in the n,-at
nest of their houies and dress, and
neither evidences too extravagant grati
tieation among the saints. t'omnpel the
wearing of coar-e,. colorless, untidy
gowns, or antideluvian bonnets. nnd
you break a pride that is sin.- is. Even
if the saints consider a womn,;ni a ineret
family convenience for making bread
and populating Zion-a kind of domestic
machine. to bie run as ec''nonimicallv as
possible, they cant run the mnstitit'i in
on much less ginghlani than is noit us.-d.
W\oaldn't it be as advisable ftr each
man to take a few less wives and permit
it'hem to gratify their natural taste ftm
neatness anti tidiness in a few more
store elhthesand fewer homilies aaainst
milliners and dress makers.
('ORIN IN .ON'IANA.
EDITOrts IPoST:-I see in the daily,
PosT of Oct. 0O. an prticle on agriculture
in which is stated "The only crop we
cannot raise is Indian corn." I send you
a sanmple ot meal made f-otn corn grown
in Bitter Root Valley, on the farm of'
.Jas. M. Burley. and ground at the Fort
Owen flour mill. Mr. B. informs me that
it is a successful crop yielding from thir
vt to forty bu.hels to the acre.
('. (t. BlRD~EY.
Blackfoot, Nov. ~th, ISrS.
We yield the point with pleasure.
The sample forwarded us is of the finest
quality, and the yield per acre is cerI
tainly gratitfing. Still, this is an ex
ceptional case, for it has generally been
believed that corn-growing in Montana
was impracticable, owing to the short
neso of the season. If its culture has
been successful in any other locality in
Montana,as a erop.we should be pleased
to 1>p informs.l of it
A Tuolumne city correspondent of the
Stockton Indejud".nt says a noted des
perado named Thomas Murray, who had
been on a sprtee for some days. was found
dead in a straw stack on Banday mporn
"7. O Tuesday moraiag a shooting
aray took place between Frank New
man and Jake Crampton, is whish the
latter. *as shot is the shoulder by the
RE_ PTrellN O tiln ELECTION
RiETURNS IN QALE.A.
%cene in Mr. Washburne's Par
lors--4;en. Grant Surround
ed by his Neighbor..
FroriL the E:alena Gazette, Oct. I ,.
Never in the political history of the cun
try ha- a nmore Inten-* lntere-t been felt in
election rpturns than was manifested by all
partier on c 'ueeday night last. The result of
that "*dayv' buuine-." was 'ulbtantially to
z-ttle the PreoidentiAl election, and it wa; 'o
reanrded by all .parties. Interesting as the
re-ult c,ull ,be to the masses of the people,
it is fair to l.re,-une that the anxiety felt by
itho candlidate. was not les' intense than that
fxl."riPoncl by their frien.s. The Republican
,:o,,lidate for Preident hping one of our own
.irl it.n-. th1 excit .nll. t h-re anmong the
frl.idi- of (n. G;ra;nt, on Tuesday evenin;,
was very great, as may ry reaily be supposed.
The W V.-rn Union Telegraph lonipany
Iplacel t.eir wirer in the re-Idence of the
ll,,n. E. IU. Wa-lhurr., which is near the
nailln line. Early in the evening all the uia
cliinery wa- duly arran~'El in Mr. Wa-hburne'.
llbrarv, nal, -il i;er. Grant cirnP in, accm'on
pnniI I by hi- tw,i ail-. Gen. Clon' tock and
i nr. I :Lir-at. in I Ly :hi- per-ona ! friend, the
lon. I. N. ',orn.r I Quincy. Many of the
iersonal irier d- of the General hegan to drop
ii, amxiou- to hear the new-. For some tue
tie iy-terious little umaehine chatted about
a l , ,-t 'ir s It i .. .xc.l t -lectiuons , arIl con
v.-r:M.att, touuticihl r'-alLt went on .,1orou-
lv. .lr. lKni lht, th'e younf operator fruom
(:' lq,-.~. li-;t !*~l to catch the tiret roundi of
ttb, rturr-. 11b -l,-r7 hi- e. ntcl and write
Li. I *.rt t .i tlirn tu'rlleily -top-t .irn
iin c., . arnl ch air. puttl - away unconcernllely
.it ,hl i_ ,r. 'lI,* tir-t |I-pjatc' h Iº to Gerser.,l
S; n ,),. t ,. ,A ,x-.i , I a r iirow, Chairman of
th'. " ent:- l.:t,,ii i 1 u hl. lica Stal:.e iCo uit t
t,.. lie roa,.- it o. r to hin-elf and hta I,
it nit Mr. Wa-,burrne. who reail- it t, t.,"
c ,n:i:pant.v. It an1out.c.- the -et ,rity of ,he
c :t. -f.l:. l c. rinty of a le1pulblic r: .
t i ii h. :-rat -. A mll url l tllgof aj'ilau- .t. i
- º1 tla t - good." 'th. A.-ociTta.l
I'" - r, i .t then ainource-i t!. .--ult lt
i.ri u ,i (ow i-hj - :ill co ,uit -.. Mr. Va-b
I, n',:, - .,i. - ovrl with the ret' rtd < f
, tin er ebi. 'icti, n lt e-tiunti t usl co mp rit'
-itt- i are i uickly uLadu , aid ga ii.s :inl ho--e,
tt -rt.lt .,l , -l. At ,i tlon ctIn '- a priatte dl-
p.,tcni to Mlr. W\a1hhuzt fr ti,. CIl. Mci'luire
.,t i' nu-cyv:,m.,: .ay an. that the ol1 Kteatol,.,
.t, 1i- ItiuE' i the itiinill'- of Getty buri.
'i.- a,- .-ciarcl-: hei.n re.l when ini eloijutnt
..i-.(tch frn. i t . 1 ,rne\ to Gen. Grant fur
thir TI.out.c"e ia .lrouir - triumtph in 'Perin
lva;tsia. Ali nolw co(mie- e th i..ure- s'ent by
tc lln. 11 m. K-eible., of Philadelphia, , a
mii:l,.ir of lthe li iulcul .in National Conminit
tie. :ii all - ia-'*ntiorry ai a narriage bell."
Sith the prl.ivate *-.ie com.ne the A.:Qoci
at l Pre.-- report, ui itng inkling:- tron diilier
ei;t JOt- of 'en.iuiylfvaai,i iaild Ohio. Nothi
i._ Iriu Indliatna. "Thirty thou-atl Repui -
l..tn m.ti, ,rity in Ohio,.'" t: tickedI out. and
thlt'. itlt. lltieu.- is -circely read before we
ate told that Vallandighamu ie d.-leat.d.
",nfl. ~o,,i." And then Ahliley defeated.
11 hat dho,.e that mnn') ?-that i habul."
Stophen-on i- elect.- ,,sr Cary, -ays the next
di -pittih. [tiod--p-urou workingmen :ire
played out. E .le-tu it, electoil by a -uImall
,iri ity. LlBni. i± a good fellow.] 'lih
,ext iii-fiatch fi to Gien. Badeau. fromi .Johnt
iu--ell Y'ounf. uitant ing editor of tihe New
Xi rk Tribune,who -:ay our trhjority in Penn
-y iv.tni will hi It.til00, [ltiat looki well.
Young know+.] But now per contra. The
,peratur hatd- a ali-patch to Mr. Wttashburne;
f. rut:- his eye over it and says sharply: What
doe- this mneatn? All voice are sihlent and he
r"0:.-: Inuiietioiin now are that the Dltuo
crat- hase carrind Philadelphia by x,000 tna
jirity. IiThat emlai.-erit the Statei, says
o:i". Oh' It'- a Coiperhead report says an
otlie-.] No. respond:. still another. It coimee
Iron a tru-tworthiy source. 'lhe friend.+ in
tl.e room NetIttie inervouY, but Gien. Grant
putI- away;i unli-tu bed.. Why don't we hear
our falloas io P'hiladelphla have gone off at
hall-cork, -av- an impatient gentleman.
lit. teleg;aphil Ihw give.' us Ohlo return-,
t ut tlrv ate coinparat ively barren of
Itur.- tat ts that 'tate is con=ilered safe.
SotL only ten thou-and majority i
nilw (clai;tle-- reduction oaf mi re than on
half Iroma the firt relort; and then tilhlon I.
|laleatdi. E 1le-tonu I-cdate.tteal. A-ley h;a
`'go up." "t " othing yet trom Indhtna.
V. ty don.t we hear omtnething from the lloo
tr r- Whetrl is Colfax ' This thl'g is get
tng a little uncomfortable," sugge.-ts a en
tleian nnLn tLh end of the -ofa. A few r.t
t.ritng r-turns were now coming in from n
di.i;an, and they are not bad: the State seems
>:ala. But the cloud of the 8,0aN0 majority in
'hkiladelphia i- not yet lited. The telegraph
cen( .. t talk election returns~-speculation
upes on. but the anxiety to hear further trom
tie Kyv.etone S'ate becomes most Ilpuressive.
The operator selses his pencil, and all realize
that romethinjg important is cowing. The
dkt.patch is hanlded to Mr. Wanhburne-every
lian i. intent. lie reads t nervouu-ly: "Phila
delp!.ia has certain!y gone Republican by a
-mall majority, and the Republican State
ticket is elected by n.0,n00 majority. Every
n:an in the room, save the candidate, jumlp
to his feet, and three cheers go up with such
a vlim and power as to almost raise the ceil
ttkc. -:tery one is inten.sely excited except
Gan. (Gtint, who puffs away the same as ever.
Further from Indiana: "btate claimed by the
Htenublicans by 101.0001 majority." Nebra-ka
now co;n)es in with her .,500 or 2,0t,0 major
ity. lhe gentlemen in theroom are no long
er seat'l. Every man is talking. "The bu
siness ni settled. Ualena has the next Presi
,wdnt. sure. We can now go home and sleep
-ou.tlly." "But," quietly remarks the Gen
eixal, "how is It about thti S.000 Lemocratic
m-,ajority in PLi Indelphia?" "Oh ! that's
played out. Keroble telegraphs the true re
turns, and he knows." Music is heard. The
news of our successes had reached the anx
ious multitude at the Gasette ofice, and the
Lead Mine Band soon made its appearance in
front of Mr. Washburne's residence. After
two or three patriotic airs, cries went up for
''Grat," and soon the General appeared on
the piassa and bowed his acknowledgments,
and Mr. Washburne delivered an earnest con
gratulatory speech. lie was followed by the
lion. Mr. Morris in a few eloquent words,
when further cheers were given, and the band
retired. At 1 o'clock in the morning, Mr.
Washburne's guests bade him good cheer.
TIE END.-"VGeneration after genera
tion," says a fine writer, "have felt as
we now feel, and their lives were as ac
tive as our own. They passed like va
por, while nature wore the same aspect
of beauty as when her Creator command
ed her to be. The world will have the
same attractions for our offspring yet
unborn as he had once for our children.
Yet a little while, and all will have hap
pened. The throbbing will be stifled,
and all will be at rest. Our funeral will
wind its way, and prayers will be said,
and then we shall be left alone in si
lence and darknets for the worm. And,
it may be, for a short tiu:e we shall be
spoken of, but the things of life will
creep in, and our names will soon be
forgotten. Days will continue to move
on, and laughter and song will be heard
in the room in which we died; and the
eye; that mourned for us will be dried
and glisten ain with joy; and our
children will cease to think of us, and
will not semember to lisp our names"
Ann la3 t owns the Ht l t.ated
London t.-M best otb-ll
na is the world. No ýf 'st
concern can be psA o t this
THUrl E5OW eP ATU.Wlr..
The rast is over the red of the clover.
The garss is under the gray.
And down the hollow the Aeet.wiaged swallow
Is dfyiag away and away.
F!ed are bhe roses. dead are the roses.
The glow and the glory done.
An. down the hollow the flet-winged swall, .r
FIl in the way u' the son.
In pla.e of summer. a dread new conmer,
Hlis w.lemm state renews:
A cnrimso splendor instead of the tender
Daisy. and the darling iew..
Butt oh. the s-eertness, the full etmp:eteness
ath uind.er his reign are born'
Rlsset and yellow in apples mellow.
And whea.t, and miliet, and ouro.
Hlis frusts so hoary touch with glory
Mlapie, and o.k, and thorn;
And rising and falling, his winds are calling.
L.ike a hutnter through hia horn.
N.. thrifty sewer but just a mower
TIat cornmes when the lay is donr.
W.'tb watluth a beaming and guld a geety:rng.
Ikike en.set after the sun.
St. Joe, MIo., has a haunted house.
The shaft on the Imperial Empire
imine is down 1.025 feet.
(',nal sells at $22.350 t:) 25.(S) per ton
in Salt Lake City.
T... NI. ('aney was stalied recently inr
Hannibal. Mo.. )by (Cornelius tCollins.
lPareplca was in Virginia. Nevada. (),'
t. .r, 2"5.
Salt I.ake sexton's report for t bt.t, "r.
I 0;,.. .'Aales 4;. lem al],. C : of the,
adults. 2i; children, .0.
I):anie: ('ant ts accidentaliv sh,)t hlinm
't :' l;ot S ,rin:ls, Nevada, recently.
;,c )verv doubtful.
.Ier.mnliah DtIvineu.ut ('ache-a-la l.,)ou re
was accidentallv .hit and killed at
c 'heyenne. Oc)t. i,).
. .n ot IMr. (;uin. W\est Plum lnt rcr i.k,
townslhipl. Colorado. was killed Ir a
horse,. Oct. 23.
In Waterloo, Cal., )October 2.. a tn
nianlterl l1 to'ecrans, coln nitteei t-ilc , !
blowing out his brains.
L]ake city. thie infa:t 5,4)1k ,ºt 'o'h,. iur,- ".
and Augusta I;.'lracv. .ted two, i.mntis.
Th.- ultra Ihemcrat .l f Vy4 ' minng talk
of .;eneral ('lampi't. Sp,,cial .ulail Agent
tfor I)elegate to Congress.
Lieut. coruniander John J. Mitchell, ,,t
the I S. steamer Saganaw, ia native ot
Nantucket, Mas-... was mIurdered in San
Francisco, Oct. 21.
A report from ('amp Mel)lernit, says
the W\innenulcca .I r,. it oa October '2.
-t:ates that the old Chief, \\inuemucca.
The ll, pll/a,/e,, gives an neenunt f.t
th.e accidental shooting of Mr.J. M. Hllw
ard of Omaha, on Thursday, by his own
pistol. lie was severely wounded.
W\orkmen, under instructions from
the ('ity Supervisors, are dismantling
public buildings in San Francisco in
jured iv the earthquake.
All the wooden houses in San Fran
cisc,,. located on the hills, have been
rented since the great earthquake. pº«o
Ile lpreferring thelm to the brick eli
I'lioInas Turner, tle sta: dri\ve' who
upset in going down the John Day ]Hill,
Ore g-n. r.cently. has since died of his
A shooting affray occurred at (1ilniaer,
(Rear River,) a few nights ago. Mik
Iyvan, Samn. Z unsell, Toni. Taylor and
.John Hlarrigan, were all severely shot in
lRev. John Francis, of San Francisco,
representing the American Baptist Homen
Mission Society, was invited to preach
in the Tabernacle, at Salt Lake, last
Sunday, by Brigham Voung. That is a
new kink for the Prophet.
Bridp.et Welch, aged 4;3, was found dead
in her bed in Austin, Nevada, Oct. 29.
Verdict of coroner's jury-died from ef
fects of habitual intemiperance.-Re r"
The total cost of the great Illinois and
St. Louis Bridge, including land and ap
proaches, is set down at $4,OOA,0J00. It
is anticipated that it will be completed
in 1870 or 1871.
Mr. Thomias, associate editor of the
Denver News says Mr. Hlollister, editor
in-chief, left for the mountains Oct. 27th.
leaving "two day's edit')rials on hands."
We should think that an ample supply
on that subject.
The Spiritualists of Oregon recently
h:eld a meeting in Salem and organized a
State Convention, choosing Col. Taylor,
of Astoria, President. The constitution
recognizes women as voters, office hold
ers and co-workers in all Sp.iritual asso
ciations and reforms.
The San Francisco Dramnatic Rriete
says that Thomas Maguire has conveyed
his interest in the Opera House to Sher
ry Corbyn and E. F. Bert, the latter gen
tleman being a proprietor of the Olympic
Melodeon. Maguire goes East, perhalps
to remain permanently.
The Cheyenne AirgU learns that the
average weight of mail matter that pas
sea over the U. P. Ic. R., for distribu
tion from Salt Lake and west, is forty
hundred weight per day. Mail matter
for China, Sandwich Islands, Japan and
Alaska, is distributed at San Francisco.
The San Francisco Union Demonstra
tion, Tuesday night, Oct. 27, was the
most imposing affair of the kind ever
witnessed in that city. It was ten thou
sand str-ng, and was possessed of many
peculiarly attractive teatures.
IH. Mi. Hook telegraphed the Chey
enne Leader, Oct. 30: "It is reported
that on the night of the 28th inst. the
Vigilan e hung J. A. Moore, J. K. Gil
man, P. W. McManais, J. A. Morrow
Dan Casement, sad three others, names
not known." Scarcely.
A dispatch. dated Marysville, October
31, says: Rufus Sweet, the murderer of
Dr. B. Gray, in this city, on the morning
of July tth last, esaped from the county
jail last might, by digging through the
wall of the cell in which he was con
fhed and scaling the outside walls.
The Riterprfte says both Carl and
Parepa hos have caught the White
Pise fever. "They elther took it from
ad-lias somee pse- eto rock Lakes tr u
ome do the White Pine mlnes, euby cor
-vi-r i With lateeted pwosmea-the
" k d which, but they have got
% t eik 1ee 'se iaw s s auetdj
O:m+s . lver, w.tth n - . f ,
-9. m dI.." • (". " -
Gilmer City, (Bear River,) is one thou
-and miles west of Omaha, three hun
dred west of Laramie, nine hundred east
of San Francisco and eighty-five east of
Salt Lake.-Iu-l r.
A letter bearing the following super
scription. was recently received at the
Silver City Post office, from lowa:
"Auguitus Jones, a Webloot scrub,
To whom this letter wants to go.
Is chopping cordwood for his grab
In Silver City, Idaho."
VWe are sorry to announce that Judge
Lelaud met with an unfortunate acci
dent this in. rning. \Vhile ascending a
tlight of stairs he lost his balance and
tell quite a distance., breaking his leg in
the descent.-Ct'olorado, Central, 11 ruli.
A correspondent of the, Sacramento
Si/,.. writing froitm Yreka. Oct. 2:;,i.
says it is feared Daniel Ileaim, County"
C('ollector, and ('vrus I)oton. have ,been
killed by Indians or murdered for their
montey. A couipany of twenty-thret
armed men are in search for thlltem in
.\ Ilarriatge was to have taken Iic,
in Suisun. California. one day last week,
but the bridegroom failing to miake his
appearance at the. appolinted tinme. one
of the guests .went to huInt hitl IIp,'
foun d him in a whisky mill. and "'en
den yvred to punch his lhtad.l" 'Thr.ee.
rourils were fought, anti the gu..st
was "cleaned out " Tle marriage .id
niot Collie eIl.
Tlhe Salt Lake li, rt, r" of 1 to.e ll.r 'I
savs the ..'cidrent whichi res.lte.' in the
death of Shade ('oliver, occurrel on the
we&.tern descent of Y~ellow ('reek lhill.
It is Stippo-.ed the. teanm -t at to' high
a rate .f o pee, I in sta i rig dlown thei
Iill. ('oliv.'r was thrown trne the c,'at-h
and his n, ,li slorat,.,. Ot the nine,.
lia-s=sti .t'r- in ti~,. cuoa.hnt 1l t .. tw sur.
ta ,e.,i ,n il.1 ry, n..1. W . l'lai pitt
and J. . Klnowlton. amnd thy. but .lighlt
ones. The d ,'eseth was a cart'fuil ai
experiencd driver, anI had been dri
'.n, ta"e on the ovrltnil ofn and oni
f'r a!,,,out ight yearrs. Ili. horme was in
'l 'heTerritorial Etl, i//r-. .ay thl.e
new town of Argenti. to. whlchl tl,.
( entral Pacific Railroad is now
c(-,mlt t-etld. isn ituated about ..i- - lt
milet s east of the mouth of lRese ljiver,
theirefl.re is ;;: miles east of Sacr:
Itien.to. As V-et, Ithwever, passengers
arte carried no farthher than \\Wadsworth,
for the reason that there are no houlses
at Artrenti for thet aeco)mmoiation of
travelers-it is as vet a town without a
public house. Public houses will soon
Ibe oewned, when passe.ners will ,b car
rie.d tihrough to the town, savil:g SIN)
miles of stage travel. It is expecte.
that Argenti will by the big town of all
that region, as it is there tlhatt the nlew
Austin road will strike the railroad.
The site of the town was telected eight
miles beyond the mouth of Reese, river.
for the reason that front that point ai
better road to Austin couli, be built.
FIV-E MIEN IING(;-- I(ILANTEES AT
BiE.\Iu ltivei-t.-A. report re.ched here
yesterday that four nle.n hlad been kill,-d
at (;reen river. but thle story doubtless.
grew out of the foll( wing circulllstance..
Mr. E. 'ohein, of Stone,.ll & Eidfeldter.
who, this morning arrive.d here fr.,,m
(;ilner. the new railroad town on Bear
river, intornis us tthat on %Wednesdav
morning at six o'clock. tihe Vigilantees
hung five men. of whom line was the no
torious I)ave Mullen. and another called
Morris. The names of the other
three victims .he was unable to ascertain
owing to his departure almost at the
tillle this whollesale deed was conmiit
ted. It has been ascertaineAd, or is sup
eposedl.t tlhat this nt wits W I-rformed by a
branc' of the L.aramtie organization.
which see.ts t:) have been extended to
the most western extrm'tit : of the Union
Pacific railroad. Sime eight or ten oth
ers are said to have received notices to
quit the Territory. WVe hope to be able
to give full particulars to-morrow.
('leytenne Lead('r. ()ct. 30.
The Virginia (.Nev.) Enterprix. says
there is no getting round it, the \h bite
Pine mines are wvonderfully rich. All
the letters received from there and all
the men who come in from there tell
thee same storv Parties who have ex
amined the ulines say that. they are
doubtless the richest ever discovered in
any part of the world. Mr. \Villiani
WVo ldburn of this city, who spent some
days in the mines, says that he believes
there is enough silver in the one small
range of mountains in which the White
Pine mines are situated to pay off the
National debt, large as it is. His ac
count of the nature of the silver deposit
agrees with that of all others who have
visited the mines, namely-that it ap
pears to be a vast st ratumn of limestone.
as wherever shafts have been sunk
through this limestone cap the rich ore
has been found. In some places the
rich ore has been forced up to the sur
face through crevices, while in others
shafts must be sunk to the depth of
from 10 to 30 feet before the ore is found.
The depth of the deposit is not known,
no shaft having yet cut through it. The
Eberhart Company, the oldest in the dis
trict, have drifted in one direction a dis
tance of 180 feet, with cross irifts 60 to
70 feet in length, and have sunk a shaft
some 35 feet in depth, and all in a solid
mars of ore worth from $200 to-don't
phoo ! phoo ! phoo !-$20,000 per ton.
On Chloride Flat-somewhere on th3
same mountain-the same kind of ore
has been found by every shaft that has
passed through the limestone. All the
miners who have "struck lie," have piled
about their shafts large heaps of ore,
ranging in value from $200 per ton, up
to the frightful figures we have ven
tured to mention above. We might
make out a long list of the lucky ones.
but as it might crtate an inconvenient
excitement among their poor relations,
we refrain. It is enough to say that
men who were about our streets four
months since without a ceot. are now
worth so much silver that seither they
nor any of their 4ritpds can calculate int
value--because. you nee, th " don't
know the lens.', ji 'radth nor t.ic iuess
of their pile. All from :...i %iciuity say
that White Pune is the ta ., n,j't .r
adioe. Mr. Woodburr i. A,1 i .vo ý,: ..
that there will be in tdh miu, s by .bh,
Set of next Aprtla pupalailo oi 30,00,
A 1 to unite Stotland and Ire
land , been Iy gge bn. -This
uadt ýflý o the
a t4 I 4 tust*ss.aad a hat i
Charlotte Cushman is in St. Louis.
New York City consumes 25,000,000
gallons of milk yearly.
Two new daily newspap-rs are to be
started in Chicago.
The new Academy of Music in Indi
analpolia. the finest theatrical building
in Indiana. has been opened.
They have a woman one hundred
years old in Maine, who lived seve'ut
two years with her husband.
Fitvy thousand pounds of lead were
taken from one vein. at I)ubu'tine, the
They have at Easton, Pa.. a _irl al.otlt
sixteen years old who weighs ovier live
Whittier and loyd (iarrison began on
the New buryport 11, ratld ,arly tifty
One of th.e survivors of Kan,'s Are:it
Expedition is helmsman on a u'invinnati
t r'eet Car.
Miss .lennie .let iraw, of Ithaca hias
givyen a chime of bells to the. .'ornell
! "n i ye r.i TV.
11n. \ 111. Stlp>.., fo~rtnriry ( li"ef
.1 u.t~t ii df tlie 1:1'( 61. 1.1 andl S uirt4!ile
" nirt, diedl ( )et. 1!'.
A citiz""n tit Newt.ark. N. .1.. 1114 re"
red. (.$Mcn, fr441n atnothier inl wlihioW
\d..li-t iii' ln. 'mn, cvas drowne"tl.
.14l11 1:olItrr. I ve'1l known resident
oft .+uaL t in. N. Y.. was found 41r 4w irtl
in t it canal at ( anastiota. reer n tlv.
Ia,- 1, 4)niitr. ent' 'i the jrnJ~rit~ors
'21-tt. lt::4"r a luimo ifliu... 1Ig(l tit:-.
lIh't- 414.lictitiln o~t tlf t Ilonliielilt 144
1 tieral ý44ll, v iii'. t4L( p14lace at W4.st
Isaac \V:.lk;-r. a oiirty, rti'1'ub.ivt" 0;,1
zti-tr ")t St. l.4L~ijs. (hel thet 441tietr 4144V.
lit"Ll.fi nil ""-ta!t of al14111 njltlt : iH),1NiMI.
";)4I- 111 n tnt ~ of not-..! S.1t4Mi Lrtcti
M ~i...acIifc Il-ist~c:n I ;k· i4tf 1ii 2J 1.:\
tItlnrtý il tlrc. I~cnitt~clv S, a inrlw t ic
\ I.ic lur i t aha n i n l i r a t t 1 4 ' o , . "tI. . ' * i. ) h a d
11(t iiiitVI 144fr ab4444t rt'vtli ''ltar(. ro"
celnti'. haid IIIs 144rt)! ta4tlt) ntf It coieo(.s
ls iin t the past tw4"1.o n,4 14¶tl¶ t lii
114111nnj1.l an1. Sn. .Jose-plh Railrootd t4 -
1404t liV Ii 11V. .1 1 4.O; iicr4~ 441 t hrier ti 110
.Mi,.ootri lands~l to 'dill inii'vid~uatls.
1)11i"C4 1Sti1t4ats 1411 0,(4)ONI) loiio-Iil (of
«'vheat. corn and o)ats, 1ii ai tnt 11il 4)011) 01111
las~t le~ar. 'lI'ie, numbetr of catt th- is
I ,50(.I)($, a11nd of hongs, '2. 14NJ,i41M).
'%arreII L.land',1 farm in \estchester
county, New York. town ft tyvt, prduc
,' six thousapd dollars worth of milk
t'l. 1. B. llicketts, fano :s t.r his gal
lantrv at (.ettv.b-lurg. as cormtander ,o
a battery, wVls married to Miss Lizzie
Ievnolds. of W\ilkesbarre. '.. Ott. 10.
A Wo\\man Sutfrage ('cn eeation is to
be held at Boston about the middle of
next Illonth,. when a permian.e. oriani
zation will probably be effected
Th'le reat Easterni steanmir is now re
ceiving on roard the new tr'legriaphic
cable which is to be laid beI.twten Franc
\Villiani (. Kirkham, agent or the
"r,-e.dmuen's Bureau ftr Northleatern
'rexia, wa-liaurdr.lereat(L Bu 'm...Egxas,
The eldeit daughter ot Senator L. M.
Morrill. of Maine, was miar'i.4d bct. 22,
in Augusta. Maine. to Major .Williani M.
Dunn. '. . A.
T'lhe lar.est vote ever cast in the city
of New IX rk waq 11-4,167. in.1 P:i. This
v.ear the city of Philadelphia cast 121.
1441 vote's, or 7,,t12 more thlr. were ever
cast in New York.
The St Louik artesian well has
reached a depth of nearly t)iree-fourths
of a mile. The work has been discon
tinued, thje imtepo.sibility tf obtaining
fresh water having been drionstrated.
Berklev Street Central C'hurch, in
Boston, seuds up the highest spire in
New England(. It id twenty--six feet
higher thau the Bunker lill monument.
The edifice and site cost 'l0,0t)O.
\as~hinton has sixty churches. The
"Foun(dry" is the name of the large.-t
Methodist Church. and to it Pr.,sident
Johflnson's family go, accompanied. on
fitful octasions by A. J. himself.
'There is an oak tree on, the border of
Lee. N. H., which stands in two coun
ties-I'ockingham and Strafford-and
three towns-Lee. Eplyping and Notting
Hobert Lincoln has had his honey
moon and settled down to work again
at his.law offlice in Chicago. Hie is an
enthusiast in his p ofession: even his
honeymoon was "brefL"
John A c(riswtold, of Trov. was the
Republican candidate for G(overnor of
New York. and John A. 4riswold. of
Catskill, was the Democratic candidate
for Congress in the l.th New York dis,
The Governors of all the States arte
uaged to select the day designated by
the President. Noveiuber .3.th, as tiu
day for thanksgiving this fall. The
(iovernorof Massachusetts has already
Joseph Warren Revere, son of Paul
Revere, the distinguished Revolutionary
patriot of Boston, (lied at Canton. Mis
sissippI. a few days since, at the age of
Thirty-five thousand one hundred and
forty-six eaigrants left Hamburg. 11o:
land, for various parts of the United
States, between the months of .January
and August. 1868.
A young lady appeared on the streets
cf Ironton last week, with the Grecian
bend. She was taken into a drug store,
and a dose of peppermint relieved her.
-Ohio Stte Journel.
A. T. Stewart paid more tax on his
income for 1865, than was paid by the
people of ten States and four Territories
and more than was paid by either of
Seventeen other States.
'l'e equ-estrian statue of Washington
by Mr. TtoJmas Ball, to be plaeed in
:ý,ston (',ranmon, now casting at Chico
pee, Mans., will be ready for dedication
on the- Fourth of July next.
Pike, the opera house proprietor, pur
chased 4,000 acres of Jersey salt marsh
meadows, at a enst of about $19 per acre.
After dralanig it, at an average ortlat
of $~2.per acre, he isnow offered $900
per acre for the etie propenrty', thus
13ield1,hg~ him 4 prodt of mtillons, It be
hoouss to takoe t
George T. _filmunds was, Oct. ufl.,
chosen United $tatee Senator from V.r.
mont, for six years from the 4th ,f
The land now occupie.I byv iran,,
t'hurch and parsonage. on Br,;:wi\
New York. is worth $;($) %(wN . anl '
soan be sold for business purpo.... j.
has bee'n the fashinalbi'" chliure'li ,i "'..
city ever since it was built.
(iold iihai been discovered ilu rIi.:.
ralle lttlantites in Clermront t
Ohio. A c(rr~lo"'n'ldlent of t1 i
nati Enq.'ir, rr writes that t : r
earn fromu *.3 to .7 l'er daiy. .: i
working the placerr with Slur".
'There is a steamlll engine in ,-n«w 1 ,,r.
that runs one hundlred and t werr !i'.,
presses, prints fifty ditt; rent nt. ,a,' , ,.r,
siakes hoop skirts.binds boIks .,I r:,
a mile of chafting.
.Jolifl %t -tiuner. rAr~., :t ..
citizen ot I'iaia1jdlph. a i, iiI in 1li'c
on '1'ueIayv, litter a iin"rin, i,.:
lie twat the senioTr hartn-r (it 1i1.
ft Butler t\ ( ;rpefntt"r. tuin~r::'tp
I'l1ilai.alel;liait. nti Htt Ithe tin" .r,
tldeath tva: a I)iretrtr atf I irarti I ",:"".
lir. Lrn.in his atld(rt-. :1t
cent F uir in Ne'w hlaven. tat vit oftrtatyi Nw ou't silatiatýl I.: "-'. :.t:.
in pleniernt. )lE. tj'"t 41 - '
~.I; ,e'j5ol m;king at t' t"1 -1 t
*iitlui~~rt'Il iii :i~riruit..rtI it I .I I
AIa~ly i Il 31tiltirnor. l-t-a -."'1 :
rt'tarv o t il-e F"r.:ts-uarv t a..w
Ir'l ' that thi (-(lIII Ili iI ,rr lift
Iii ar·t (at rt.lril(iat(uIu.
The iaN $1"ti-jll~rI,.i")n +- . :it i
1.%i! i be , (11111 1'11('.. . . ,r : n .c'II. :
I.-%vday-s '1";.." 1)ritralLi ("
~i 1. jnt "n I h. ('.i hiltiani .. " a
;ititrnI · 11""u... r 1r)111·· i(!E(··. (_ (I·
and liii i - frur hit atill -' i i
Ilit W atii.itn i't ,1.: 'ii a." r l1 tI I ,',
No. I of Now X irk, rio,.u~ :)'. l,1 i_'
Lou-" "t. ril.1.r frnuin Fik"' ' -"'.
JiiI.'l[ i,. to w~ork at I-"'t ta 1a.--M :
Nat( ol~l. t1 1 iiraj~ittlal l it "n.
n niue ;atlit'ý art- thu i.týt , I
emr oftio.oi" at Iro-t.. lt, :~i i tt;.
thet-i. I: '.i ratho-i a -it ratii _,t"ti"
evt-rr that tit" ii- v . th ' t :.
thiril .Julhi,"nl I~i-trtct, Tirrzturv at ?
na. ;n ant for ttia Cournlv oft 1.""li i
Clatrk.. ltn 1 rmKot? r" .
Octihner T -'Ia ,1i .-s
N~airti; t-7iit-ta-1 :itir.fat·titu of is iiu.,-"t
Johln 'ila9 vi. .1. lanaNutr et a : '-
iiiu rr.-r an t antn' wtr aft left. i n: tt;:I
Ira M. \V.:~te" v . Fr··I. It t~,"
clt-cree," Im:t" eJ"; anld tile-d.
Irwin ',V. 1" rta~l l lit in't" t
(i, 1. ltll~ ll.- .;- t .-. c. T. f1i:·;. \\ t~·; i;
A 1MI-. a Mza-: i nuan v:. ( ii rii. Mari:
''-i: e~nti~re" 'I il.-tnint, :inu ii
(i. }1. ýe,tjne'is v'. NW.ý Fur
ans~wr ,vitltnral'r, 14nd( juditimentt ~n:e~r
ci! tor p1 It ifr il- 1 -I 4ani im cc iitt .
E. E. Barko~r at al.: v.. \W. F. Stu
ride~rri'u! t~ Ilr.mrv 13urdiak. I:"oj.
,o rot ax Co-.t. u;ie~tiuied.
drcreet for elivt,tci
li -o. M.P lii teVu 7%Ianatiarr \, ." - I'
~VStuart: jlItV ._ i'iteu ti e t dl:- týItt i
lit ir.lhitl iiii.?
I' l,"ins "lºInili it et :11. v.~ 1)1111:! #'i
issuedl ce(n nii-jwion 14) take dlejeil ti u
1i. Ml(ra.-~: pri."r to sell j~r)r.Ier?\ iit41
a-itije the anpj'';ntxntrtt (,f rec(""," .r
anld ot'erru'etld exception iitJ. t
atto rney~s ~%'er, aim ited tte lly dn'.
tn-ý"&rr to sZ4`LP -mueutal I 4'~llIpIn.i
J.Iiii F. A\jijiio vs W I, Ye iin- t1.".
tio to lissolve injunicl thin tniefl'
\\ altr (".,,t;(" v- .1 \ . 1º
_iariee ( It-i .ain vs. Gi Jue-. (n- ,
the I ury pIre.tit ei their spt",ial 4 id 1.iit.
dtettl s attorneys tfied tfntienf to, tot ?eti
findings and for a new trial: (,t crrtil.J
1411:1 s attorneys tiled moti~in I.ýr r 1d'-
Iii*'t andl dtecree that thl. (lft I
sides costs of suit: that pt11;' hbat
( et' t p a yV t h e p it y qi ua rt erly Lii w . t:! ..t
aimwlhjeea of *'( for t he -up.
Court. LiertI satisfy otº(,n (,:
Clent s;) fir a. relate-s to ; rtulu.la u:a i
C(ourt adjournedl til th.. ne-\t rt " .: at
term. (hAS. \V. FOWLER,
S'iE . )qE.r.lJNG P: (r,,. (F* 1|11. . \.It.
(;EN. Mr.A;JrIER.-It may he intero-'::,
to our readers, civil and military..:- .:a
the Irish section of the Americtalm i,
lation, to know that the dueling ,-:l
taken tIofr tile body of T. F. 5' t._l.r
in tho year 1848, when he was arrr-ted
in Ireland by the British (ioveriai,.nat
are now in this city, and in the ;,,,s&,
sion of a Mr. () Hanlon, reasidi.ig heire
and who has exhibited them in tur
otffic. They are formidable ea,,!ls p !
very superior make and finr.h. .
miounted, and with silver c-.~ar I tes.
on which are inscribed ith, ~r
" ,emo," it Fideli.'." "They were mai1d'
by Scott, of London. A short ittiumt it
tore the death of the Earl of c'.;r. .
then Lord Ileutenan: otf IrilanI. l," ,r
dered a sale of many things lyin: :'-'r
long time in the Castle of Dublin am-on
which were these pietols. The anti nuc.e
went attracted a large attendanct' teJ:ht
patriot's admirer,;. When the k~,i-zht d.
the hammer put them up for suat- a vi"'
ble sensation was noticea',le to ,all pret
ent. The bidding was brisk and ..i,rit"i
reachinga high figure. Ilowe..-r. atr.
tleman, a townsmnan of the pa i',:.
caine possessed of the pistols .i ::
present of them to Mt. O'Ilaul.. ., -
Queen Isabella has illien :tl. a
of exactly thirty-five yeanr. .ue
ceeded to the throne at the deatmh :
'father, on the )2.th. of Septmuber I"er
and on tlhe ~amne day of IR,1 .. i`
thin reached her capital, and telrain- '.
a reign that-has been almo-st, ý,'-.'.,.
with her life