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-nticlently authenticated to warrant a stam pedle in that direction quite yet, although several persons here are outfitting them -slives preparatory to visitinlg that scene of ophir richness. GENERAL NEWS. ?LArtslHALL, 11., October 13.-The Re publicans of the 15th Congressional district to-day nominatcd Geo. 1). Chatffee. CrtcfaGo, October 1;3.--Journal's Colum btls, Ohio special saya.: The Republican ma jorities arte continually increasing, and the strongest c:unililates will have over 10,000 majority, while Barnes will get nearly 7,G09. ToroRON'ro, Canada. October 13.-The schooner Maggie Hunter, C hptain Nixon, of Toronto, coal ladened, is reported to have gone down with all hIands d. uring the pas sage from Oswego to this port. CulcAGO, Octobeti 13.-The T,-ibune's Washington special says the reason why the West Virginia vote is so largely Democratic is because the disabilities of a great number of rebels have been reinoved since the last election. M31EMmis, October 15.-The Republicans of this district to-day nominated Win. M. Randolph tfor Congress, vice Barbour Lewis, who decliued on account of dissatisfaction among the white Republicans. The Democrats fired 100 gun's over the Indiana election. LOUISVILLE, Ky., October 13.-Last night at 9 o'clock, the bonded warehouse of II. D. Owings, in Edwards county, was destroyed by fire. Owings was absent at the time and the place was in charge of the government storekeeper. Four hundredtbarrels of whis sry were destroyed. Loss, $27,000; insur ance, $14,000. KANSAS CITY, Oetober 13.--A Denver spe cial says that La Plata county, claimed by the Republicans, gives 103 Democratic ma jority for Paterson for Congress. Hinsdale, Saywin and Rio Grande counties must be oflicially reported to determine the result, though the bRepublican State ticket will be successful by a meagre majority. `VWAstIIr'coxN, Octobei 11.--Gen. Young, of Georgia, a Democratic ex-Member of Congress who was in the real estate pool in vestigation, who is just from New York, represents the outlook in that State for Til den as decidedly encouraging as Gov. Til den told him a week ago that if he couldn't sweep the State he would move out of it. NEW YORX, October 13.-The Times' In dianapolis correspondent maintains that the Democratic gains in Indiana are nearly all on the border and the result of Kentucky Importations. They were not in the coun ties bordering directly on the river, but a short way inland, to throw off suspicion. It will be impossible to repeat this in Noven-: her because they will be needed to vote at home. PIILADELPFIIA, October 12.-Statistics prove that there is no reasonable ground for the stories that Philadelphia is suffering from an unusual prevalence of typhoid fever and bhal disorders. The death rate form these causes since the exhibition opened has been three-fourths of that in Chicago, live-eighths of that in Brooklyn, and four-sevenths of that in New York. 4 BOSTON, October 13:--The steamboat ex press train from Fall River for Boston came in collision this morning with a treighit train at Randolph. The two engines of the steamboat train and the engine of the freight train, with the baggage and crate cars were completely wrecked. One fireman was killed, and engineers Deerow and Crosby. and passengers John Male and Jas. M. Wat son, of Boston, were severely injured, CUHEYEN,, Wy., October 13.-General Merritt left Custer City with 500 men on a scout to-day. Ills destination is not pos itively known, but it is surmised to be the Belle Fork of tho Cheyenne river. The re mainder of the command is still at Custer City. 'Tie party of Indians who killed Monroe, near Fort Laramie, a few days ago, also raid ed the ranch of Nick Jones, on the old Red (Cloud road, stealing 25 horses. Monroe's body was pierced by 8 bullets. IXDIso APOLIS, Otober 13.--It ninety counties, all official, except three or four, give Williams 4,719 majority. The counties not heard from gave a Deinocratic .majority 9f otuc hundred and seventy-eight il '72. The I)emocrat.s cl:inl that this will be in creased four or five huntlre'd. The follow is an oticial estimate of the nmajorities on the Congressional ticket: Democrats- First, IFallon, 1,500; 2d, Cobb, 5,000; 3(1, Bicknell, 5.100; 12th, IIamilton, 5-103. Re publcans-F-ourth, Sexton, 317; 5th, Brown, 1.(000; Gth, Robinson, 302 ; 7th, Hana, 1, (.00; 8th, Hunter, 1.080; 0th. White, 1.272; 10th, Calkenis. 1.350; 11th, Evans, 1,200; 13th. Baker. 2.300. TEMPERANCE .NOTES. 'llis tollowing resolution of thanks was adopted by Centennial Lodge No. 55, I. O. G. 'T., to lHon. J. C. Robinson, fobr a lecture delivered by him in Deer Lodge City, Octo ber 9th: Resolocd, That the thanks o'f Centennial Lodge, No. 55, I. O. G. T., are due and are hereby tendered to lion. J. C. Robinson for the able, eloquent and rhetorical lecture delivered by him upon. the occasion just mentioned. ATTEST: J. TRISBERGER, WV. S. . THE want of space this week compels us to leave over pub lishing an interesting ae count by our assistant and special corres pondent, W. II. Sutherlin, of the proceed ings of the Grand Lodge I. O. G. T., which was in session at Helena last week. This session was one of the most important meet ing of the Good Templars ever held in the Territory. The encouragement received last winter by the passage of the Sunday liquor law, seems to have given the leaders such encouragement as to cause a new life in the Order. A number of new lodges have been organized, and the membership shows a fair increase over last year. We recognize the value and usefulness of this organiza tion in striving against the great evil of in temperance, and will cheerfully yield them space. O\v0T ICE, Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned will not be responsible in any manner whatever for any work, labor, or expenditures, or materials, fur nishecd for, or upon Lot No. 37, in Township No 10 north, Range 2 east from principal meridian, situ ated in Boulder BarsMuinig District, Meagher coun ty, MI. T., being the placer mining claim for which John Loyd anld I. 1 .. Hyan holdt patent from the United 8tates, and in which I hold a one-fourth in terest ; and all persons are hereby forbidde! n from working on the same, or contracting any indebted ness, on my account or on account of my interest in said claim. DAVID P. RANKEN. Meagher county, M. T., Oct. 10, 1876. 48-5t T. E. COLLINS, ATTOR1NEY AT LAW. Special attention given to Collections in all parts of the Territory. Conveyancing promptly attended to. Office at County Clerk's Office, DIAMOND CITY, - - - MONTANA' Nov. 25, 1875-tf. pEOI'LE'S ItEAT MIARKET. . KROFT & FLEMING Keep constantly on hand the best quality of BEEF, PORK, MUTTON AND SAUSAGE Nearly opposite the Husbandman Oflice, MAIN STREET, DIAMOND CITY, M. T. Nov. 25, 1875-tf. APPLICATION FOR PATENT. No. 465. United States Land Office, Helena, Montana, August 25th, 1870. Notice is hereby published that Wesley Basye, whose postoflice address is Canyon Ferry, Meagher county, Montana Territory, has this day filed application for patent, under the mining laws of Congress, to a placer mining claim, situated in Avalanchegulch mining district, Meagher county, Montana Territory, designated as lot No. 39, in T 10 N E' 1 E, Principal Meridian, Montana Territory, which claim is not recorded, andi described in the official plar and field notes on file in this office, as follows: Beginning at the southwest corner No. I of lot No. 38 t 11 n r 2 e, and runningthence s 56 deg e 2.10 chains; thence s 80 deg e 1 chain; thence s 29 deg 15 nmin w 40 chains; thence s 30 dcg 45 ain w 20 chains; thence s 37 deg..5 min w 21 chains; thence a 33 deg 30 miin w 20 chains; thence s 52 (leg 45 min w 45.37 chains; thence n 55 d(eg w 4 chains; thence n 30 (leg e 24 chains; thence n 84 dog e 20 chains; thence n 57 deg 30 min e 0.50 chains; thence n 34 deg e 42 chains; thence n 30 deg e 12 chains; thence n .0 deg 45 mine 10 chains; thence n 36deg 30 inin e15 chains; thence n 30 dog e 22.20 chains to the place of begin ning, embracing 61 acres, upon which a notice of said application was posted the 26ith day of June, 1376. The adjoining claimants to these premises are the claimants of lot 37 on the South and lot 38 on the North, placer claims. Any and all persons claiming adversely any por tion of said lot 39, above describedx, are hereby noti fied that niless their adverse claim is duly filed ac cordling It; law, with the Register of the UI. S. Lund )fl1ce, at Ileleria, Montafin Territory, irithin the sixty days period of publicatioxi hereof, they will be barred by virtue of the provisions, of the statute. J. FT. . MOE, Register. B. F. MAnsIr, U. S. Dep. Mineral Surveyor. MEAGHER COUNTY DEMOCRATIO TISKET. FOR JOINT COUNCILMAN, R. S. FORD. FOR LEGISI.ATURllE II. B. BRAINARD. COLEMAN PUETT. FORl COMMISSISON1,;R, WV. T. FORD. FOR PROBATE JUDGE, G. A. HAMP'I'ON. FOR CLERK AND RECORDER, T. E. COLLINS. FOR TREASURER, C..W. SUTTON. FOR S1iERIFF. T. J. FLEMING. FOR ASSESSOR. II. C. GRAVES. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF COMMON SCHOOLS, DR. E. W. FINCIH. MEAGHER COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR THE LEGISLATURE, L. HO''WV ITT. A. STEWART. FOR COMMISSIONER, C. W. COOK. FOR PROBATE JUDGE, HI. H. BARNES. FOR CLERK AND RECORDER, J. Y. PHILLIPS. FOR TREASURER, B. R. SHERMAN. SFOR SHERIFF, ED. LECOMPTE. FOR ASSESSOR, JAMES MAYNE. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF COMMON SCHOOLS, ED. BRASSE Y.. THIS PAPER IS ON FILE WITS Where Advertfling; Contracts can be mnade. LEOPIOLD MARKS, Solo Proprietor of the CALI.IFORNIA STORE, Begs leave to announce to his friends and patrons that he has still on hand- as large a stock as ever, consisting in part of a . Full Line of Ready-made Clothing, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES. As conmplete a stock as ever was, or is now in Mcagher-Oputty. A fll and large . assortment of DRY GOODS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS LADIES' AND MISSES SHOES And anything that may be called for. In the oo to Cannot be competed with by any business house in the County. I have a very large stock on hand, and anything thatI cannotfurnish in this line cainot be had in the Territory. WINES AND LIIQUORS, TOBACCO AND CIGARS. I always keep a large assortment of the best brands, and sell them at the lowest figures. My stock of PATENT: MEDICINES Is also complete. In fact, I keep any and every. thing that can be found in a FIRST CLASS ESTABLISHMEIPT, And intdud to sell them at the lowest prices. I will make no more discount to those who buy for cars. than those whom I credit. I Treat all Alike And will not sell goods to those whom I think wil not pay, consequently, those who buy on credit wit pay no more than cash buyers. DO NOT INTEND TO BE UNDERSOLD. Give me a call and satisfy yourselves. LEOPOLD MARKS. January 6th, 1876.-tf. IWALTER W. DiELACY, U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOF . HELENA, - - - MONTANA. Photographs. E. HI. TRAIN, Photographer, Cutler street, nea the head of Main, Helena, Montana, does all kinds I of work in the neatest style. Having decided t go East about the middle of August, lhqso wish~f to avail themselves of hisexperience will do well t call at once. 2-i. A J. DAVIIDSON, Manufacturer of and 1 SADDLERY AND HARNESS BRIDLES, WHIPS HALTERS COLLARS, And everything pertaining to the trade. GENUINE CONCORD HARNESS Always in stock. Repairing Done at Short Notiea., And Prices lower than ever before chasted in the Territory. , HIDES, WOOL, PELTRIES and :FURS Bought, for which the highet market pries will be pad... NO.2 IOLTER'S BLObK, HELEN'A . 'f. (Next door to Welle,,Fargo 4 Co.) Jnly 7l1, 1875-84-8m. T. C. POWER & CO., DEALERS lIS FARM MACIIINERY ati VGQQ~ NO. 93 MAIN STIEET, HEGLENANI IMONT4K4$;. ·A;Yf' - ~-0-----ii H L A, M N A A .,GREAT REDUCTION . IN PRICED ;P I49 g4 W4 e have Just rccited ap invoiOe of Light aid -Heyavy :W, t^ BUILT EXPRESSLY FOR MONTANA - -0--- -r-- FAIIIIERS Al~lb RA*VLIKL.. Plebe Cal} and eýs pal* ý ~.R._. send for pris ti`tbefore oa vie arc detorriie toý' ufl ' 1Low Dow~n "ori(e~$: Our stock conslstb In part of 1 Wood'; Harvesters, Wood's Light lMowers, Wooa's Self Rake a ,. . es ,, " 1' Wood's qDp ipers Comb e , is ? t ;. t . Chmin 'wr an Mowing p bttaoz1 Zo er, e s'l We are .Iso Agents fiba THE IMPR1ý!W'EZ MARSH HA Gale, Hollins8.worth, Tcstisor ansd~ -.ae9,bf Hay) akese;.aS pe*r t.G . anlon Thr1 err,. ae W Hý .. ;ý Pal arse` oultLPaý"s a t... .. MilsoCo4 sb an Ae .t;~w A Bend,:Ct ; Flos4 stirri~zg Plow.e; ~Loa4Q Scrapers, Sawing Machinese Temnple Se reF. armiP~pfoº'i aniydepth of welt; Imtear i iMachin#es Pa qtS erm, Climax Churna, TiUt0 4. *e utlels, Flour M d,1p * 1` , , FAIR.BANK & Obt We also have in satore a Nall assortm Hasyi RaIkes Forks, Fark, lndlm. S Burley hFoAIs and a Nil su pit of kinds of Mandincry and Wa o* sold Is a greatasaistanee to tom, r : thing kept by a flrt-class Aicuti ous*, Junre ~, 1!xls-al-arn' CHARLES MARKH AM, ýý M A I N S T R E E T , B E L E N A, fit.' . r :, ..: Wholesale and. Retail- Dealers f,: Asti., Manufacturer of Saddles: andBr1 Riding Saddle. Riding Bridle., 1hors Coflaw,~ te# Oil I'tleul Ilole-er., lerrn Sheile,: Q(g. ý Saddles, Svanish Bite,' eicsmr Spi*re, ROUND AND ,FIýj IR 4 . Ivory and Itorn MrrwtinuCakbe Rfs !, r trusill's onnor ainietes,Thltckek Cali1fornla Saddle Treeb, Side 8add1 __. _ r Curl (umI~e, RNasles,. eta. All Sales mtele azt Zoweast Casgh d* dirkiIri&w n:l ~ 1 . ·:l- 1 ·.: