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TERRITOP41AL N EWS.
From the Mtad isoni ln. The Montana Woolen .Mill Company Is. we are gl:ad to leanl, abolt ready to conl anence operation:. Ninety-one shares of tile capitl stock have b.len sold, leaving on 1" nine to he disposed of. and.these, we have Io douht. will be takei by citizens of Vir inia, who iappreeiate the inporitanlce of fos tering n.i enterprise which will materially :id in extending the home resources andll( products of MontliLa in general and Madison onalilly it! p:rtichl:ll. The draft of the build ing is now on its way from the designer. :nd is expeccted to arrive in ia day or two. 17pon its :rrival the work of ereetling the mill will eomnience forthwith. Of the tilti I1i .te stucc'wss of the compallnpy we vare assured, as some (f the best and most substantial iuen in Mi:ulison, B vereaerhead, Jefferson and heer lIide c unClieis aire interested in the project. aid we are i forined t that he direet ors hae' delcded to erect tihe very beat .ia Uhiiery that can .ie procured for tihe putpose. ,i.onig tIIc promo)ters of thie citerprise we notice the 1:0l5es of PLoindexter & Orr. J. I. iuriik. a:IndI Selway oIfis.. Beanverilead1 oe)inty: J. M. Paige, G. 1B. Whcnt, lamitilton & ,lCtiicanor, 1.. 1P. .aitentil li ad lS..1. 31Ma) iory, of 31:nbll so; Pat. (.'arney, of I)eer Lodge : II. ,Jorldanr, 'Tuttle .1o.., ansd John Paul, of ,sellfrson. The ofli ers. of the colmn p(lly are : Jacob Cirismitall, 1'residut; II. ,Jordall . "'(ae:: urer; A lf Binlubhy, Secretary. 'The Piartl of I'irectcrs consists of (;eo. A. '1ultlb. John S. Lot t, M. A. Price, F. E. ('artis, ,lames Brooks and Elihu Tuttle. From the Ilerald The sale to J0oht II. Ming, of Helena, of the Iticktr-Price Land of cattle, for llt),0t00, cash, has ihas hIeretofore beelln anllnounced in the HIera,. T'1ie original herd. as sold by Win. I!.(1ltlrrie to J. C. C Ricker and M1at A. Pi'r!. were selected (133 herd) from 4t() of the best Oregon cows in 18'!. In 1S72 Mr. GUtllirie imported 21 bulls (thoroig' - bred short-horns) from Iet1uky. 'ilre of the best of thlese 0n11111ials wevre turi! ed in witt tle hierl, then ranging in the South luulder Canyon, taway from anil other ltock. In 1S73. M. (;ithrie imnlporletd fromi lientiit'ky 3( head of the sa;le class of bull-, :1 of ylwhich were selectedl and turned in with the herdc. In 187 :3 more hbulls were sold to Messrs. hicker & Price for nue ill the herd. The batll has been bred up with great care and at all tilme. kept isolated from the en iroarhineitt` of comni 1ol stock. T'ie herd to-tay is prlihblyv thle finest graded of any largfe ballnd in Montlana:, many of the ciattle ruaning high up toward Durl:n. Numiler (Ills Speeimiltcis are equal in form and1 c0olor torecorded u:alihliuls. T'hI.i tawo and three yearohl steers show fiie blood, and will ihres 1(0 pounds more thann the best 2Amuer ieWn cattle of tlhe sme age on the sa:Me ran es. it is stated th:it suci beef as- tl e One, two, an,d three year olts will. make at four Iani live years o01 will conmmand from one 'tid one-half cents per poundli more than 'l0111on10 stock ill Eastern lnarkets:-.nlld Ont weigh them 300 pounds. The, thllorotighilred heifers, ensi't inag' of limpltmOte1d animals brought by ;d.'. Gothrie fi'0ni lKentuckly, and ten; headi purchased of (t. Jules Germnain, together' with a ,700 bull), are still on the ranch,.- with the female piorton of the increan. e for four years, now\\ ulnthbering 35 head. Messrs. I'ecker &-Plriee Ilave a leae 1of these animals tfor one-llif of the ilncrease, with one year yet to. rim. TIle hlerd is worth $10,00) to-day inl Ken talclky. Fromn the Avant Cbirire.pjlxtr'a. A special froim 'l'ongu r'iver say the fol lowing fromi the Can-.tLlI lleit; July 4, Il s een received : Sitting Bull has cro.sse..the lilne and was nOtified by the British authorities that ihe oQuld not retlunl.. Ieies reported oI Milk irer in U. S..tetrritoiry. wit!tlllOO, to 1,500) Yester1day two expeditio.nm started out-- olfe of three companies 2d Ciwil'ly with Peta to rehiforce, the Pow, ler iivetlr Spedition. T'he other with Miles in comn ,;a, with renmaider-of 2d1. Cavalry arid Ia ortl1 of 1 18 complm; es, has gone toward Port Peck after Hitting Bull. From the Independont. . en~t lhe news arrived from, I Prtiand lhttvi4a that Josephl and his murdering liut,, , z P'erlee were hlealjtng for the .troot.iIt h.the in ten tic o . ,' . ee through the fairest valley in the mountains. gov. Potts immediately telegraphed to the I'resident for authority to raise a force of 500 volunteers, to meet the hostiles on the borders of our Territory. A controlling interest in the capital stock of the Helena smelter was purchased yes terday by Messrs. Farrell and Migeon, East ern capitalists. We understand that it is the intention of these gentlemen to remodel the works and have them running in about thirty days. GENERAL NEWS. ~~~~~~- --~ -' -~~~~ ~~~~--- The passenger train on the St. Louis r-m Cairo railroad jumped the track oi an eigh teen foot trestle on the 13th inst. near Mur physboro. The whole train, except the lr cc motive, was thrown fronm. the track and almost every passenger was injured. W. Jones, the mail agent, P'o~uelr comluctor, and Smith, brakeman, were seriously hurt. -''le Cabinet on the 13th inst. consid ered the New York custom house matter. hut did not touch on foregn, or Mexican at thirs. ''Thle Indian war way the principal matter. It is regarded as, ztessary to take every proper method to e~n#J forever the hos tilh deemonstrations of th Indlian tribeA. This late4t outbreak is cowsidered: as, seriiis as any of late years. The Government will use every resource to give the final stroke to the Indian troubles. 'TBE IDAHO INDIAN WAR. t',AstN(iTrox, July 13.-Gen. McDowell has been authorized to call for 200 volun teers in Idaho and Washington Territories, and to increase the number to 5C0-if neces :sary. Nine companies of the Second Infantry left Atlanta, Georgia, this morning for St. Louis, where arrangements have been miadce to fo'rward themn without delay to Cheyenne via Denver eitvy. en route to Idaho,.tlle scene of p)resent hostilities. SAx Fui.t;cisco, July 12.--A Pbrtlald press desl)ltch received to-day ab military hiealdquarters. dated Cottonwood.i July 8th, says that all of Joaeph'stbamidl have crossed the Clearwater and are supposed to,be head ing for the Bitter Root conntry. Should this be true the fight willthe a runring oeie, and the infitintry will prow, comnparatively non-ief.ective. The decisive w~nl4t will have to be done by the tavalry. A 1'trtliand.' prss dihslatch says: tlat news was rece4ived, there this.evening from W1illaI Wiiall hat Gove.rnor ver: arrived tills miorning.. bringing willl liiin armis, amrnu nition.e.te., sultiiient to arm 20al)men. Hlis ()buject is to look on the s:iuatibn. fromi a nearer standpoint. lie will doubtless raise two, companies of volunteers there. The !Iat't news liere says Howard is at Camas P'airie. The folibwing is from Lewiston,. July 10: Wil mot told l3bward, in the presence of Monroe: oft the manner ln which Col. Perry neglected! tho seventeen volunteers at the time ofti tho tfirt on Cottonwood on the 5th. ;Iowiard ,wantltOl the statement put in writ ilug by the.volunteer commanler. Hlie said lhe was-very sorry to learn that any officer ot the arn>y sliouhl refuse prompt assistance in such ::nexaremiity. lie turther saiid that he wouhl pursue. the Indians and kill them it it werarpossible, and that he would take no prisonerS.. Ilowardl, on his return from Billy's cross ing of the Salmon river, used great dispntclr in his tnovelinents and marches. lie ls.in4l, fully" aroused to the true situation--certaiily so if his talk means anything. The-wounded are doing well. .Jackson's company left Lapwai on the 10th fi r the front, guarding the supply train.. I)ispsteihes arrived in Lwilston Sunday evenig ig: dicating much alarm at Lapwai, Iand cautioning Lewiston againsit;nm attack. 'That tnight a strong guard was p¶t out and guls pinced ill the hiands of adiFcitizens even coimmuercial travelers were prossed into service. T&RKO-RUSSIAN W1R. LONDON. July 13.--It is believed. that tl :idjournmeneof tf the Grqek (hambers means that the Kinz. aided b~' Itfttlsh Influentces. has triumpihed over the, war party- :rd Greece will not at present Tprtlclpate ift the war. 'lhis less is tfie clnmpl#catoi-.of the Eastern questibT. Ilowever, Rusiihi' friends will considca this fa.ther *tep of the Illttihl .abiuet Aavgotok:,. to. Russi't, ,'%wd. will argue that England induced this :action of Greece by forcible representations. Un doubtedly England's influence has been strong for peace, but not necessarily in a sense hostile to Russia and possibly without the knowledge of the British Minister. The timle for Greek action has hardly arrived, and as Greece looks rather to England than R~saia for her protector, it may be well that the strained and tncertain relations be tween the Great Poweri has checked the ag itation which a month ago threatened to drive Greece hnto immediate hostilities. Even a Cabiunet strong in popular favor as the present one could hardly withdraw. safily from the embarrassment of "having a war with Turkey on its hands when the not impossible event of British intervention against Russia should come to pass. Ree ognition of such a possibility I y Greece does not necessarily bring it nearer BucHARAEST, Jtune 13.--The Russian ad vanced detachments have reached Gobrowa near the Southern bomnidary of Bulgaria. It is declarecd that although the invest ment of 1'iKo is interrupted the siege has not been abandoned. ("osTANTI>SOPLE, June 13.-Many Mus sulinen with their wives and children flee ing before the Russians, have been t i'l7ld by the Bulgarians in Khoubogaz, a defile bs tween Tirnova and Kezandck,.. ST. PETERSBURG, July.--The Irlssian telt egraphie agency says tltat PIince Bismiarok declared that in his ophiion any meditation at present is impossible. _L Of. of Mi. T FnwEQUENl.TIN the ban" prodiites aceardi. nal red---nose.. LixUon,.no-mnttier how pure or how of ten taltsun will! never quench the thirst. i arne' leek to poison the happiness of your fellow man by offering him a drink. SIIn that indulges in strong drink is sow ing seed from which will come a harvest of misery. ITE who seeks to hdown Iris sOtrowsiby drinking, will, on his return to sobriety. find theit multiplied. MIAN a delirious train has beet' restored to ra nson,.andlnlanyS a fallen -man has been resior'ed to. hii home,. Htis fimily aud'frielns, thlrofght thlia inillence of the 'lemperanes movement. NATUrtni has provided' the only pure re freshing dunk. t ru!nlles forth from the s.atvtl;. bublilbs- dbwn tlhe mountain siles,. imandthrs -throngl'ti he vallb53s,. and sweeps by in dlirk cool waves't tO tile sea;. maling, the earth glad with animal) and' igeotthflb life. IIe that indulges no" othevr fie eraga Will never have his mind ,onfnsed. GOLD AND Sii..vEI STEM AND KEY-WINDINO Watches ! a;f.it 5 n4ulO oz. cacse, AlL watehs fullywarr tratett for olne yealr. A11 kinds of Watch reppirin~rldone in a workl.. ;mrnulike inanner,. and warrantted(I for one year.. i.dies' Sets daol n'o j Roman Gold,' OClnueo,. Amethayst. 'anal, Garnet and Peart: SolldIilC1laritt Gold GLAitn. OPERA AND VEsTr CH1AINS. ROMAN AND MLr~A1X GOId) NECKLACES,, TjOGCJ(ETS. A. ARI8ss, S'rr.U,, Ji l w E BU1 TTONS, ETC. j Solid Silver and +Platen Forl.4, Spoons, etc.c5! FIELD 1AnID)%%P 9 .lASSE8 Of the lhost tlench rnaatdf eturc. Sp~eciil pains tnkck4ga 1itting Spet~tele:1 and Eye (iIh 4s s, to securo at g 1 nited to thtu e. Orders froni the country tillksbiwlth arc. '.' tches and' other gooik. sent tfr seiftiun on rocetsijg iaatisfac tury reference. W'. G. BAtLEY, _____ IML)U';, u. 'F. IUJFLEM, MHOT1'?"QiP im, REVOLVERS, sent C. U.. D. for cxtu ubutiuu. all charge. pain. No risk, uo hiinignl. MWrite' fortatalotuC. .Addres i AºI'1 ItNEY AT LAWi. S-pe.r i ,' tion givon to 4Collections in ll pa1 irt of theT . Conveyancing promptly atwtnded to. Offle at County Clerk's Offiee, MAMtfOND CITY, - - * MONTANA' Nov. 25, 1875-tf. FIIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA Designated Depository of the United States. S. T. IIAUSEIt, - - - President. 1). C. CORd1IN, Vice Presi3v)nt. E. W\. KNIGHT, - - - Calshier. T. 11. KLAINNSCII311-'T, - - .-ss't. Cw'ahiet. We t.tuvnsnot a geneiarl V'.nking business andt busy nt the highest rateu, GOLD I)US'i, COIN, GOfLDAND SILVER BULLION, .And Local Sccurities~; and sell ExeIhanig and Telegraphic Transfers. hvailable In nlbpwrts of the United States and (t'un .tales, (;ýraatet s'attain, Irehnid and the tContlnent. Co lletions nlui te nicn )lftproceeds remitted promptlhy. Helenta, J.tlnary 2),.-1876-tf ['OS10 MOOLITAS IHOTEL,. -Nos. 37 and 39O M.Iji Street, HELENAS, MbNZTi ANA. Schwab & Zinmeeman, Prop'rs 'lhis Ibt0tl'is centrarl'y located, has elegant and well furnished rooln and1 lprlors, and is the chenp est and best house west or St. Louis. We still retain the St. Louis Hotel for lodgings only. With the TWO FINEST AND LARGEST BRICK AND STONE STRUCTURES IN THAT LINE IN TIlE CITY.L wr can.t offo*r rE4'lTEPU. A'CCOMMODATfIOS' lto.tliotravlin'g pbillic thnn any other house in the city,. ad defy conapetition. W1 ith this promise on our part, we ask the jublic to satisti tlhemLselves.. S1 C'VAW.A &, .f1MMlJRMAN, ,Proprietors. Fell. 1\. 77-2-1l-tt'. SILMER, SALISBUL RX; 0., UIITE1D S31TATES'1 AI MALq,. AND OF Wells, Fargo & Co's Express,. Ilutn a line of DAIr., BasIr$g. r Ceoith es. to }FRAN.KIN. T EI.IINT'1`.,, V'irginriht Uiiy,. Deer Lodlg'*, At¶..Mt4t WEitIL Y TO Iiussonth ntal' FIf"t'lt.bul+,' For Passenger and Freight Rates apply to any of 'if ( nnrnmav's Agents. -ANAAI) N PO ! 7LTRY. JOURNAL, A.Ht.dsoamely Illustrated Monthly,, Dovote~.exthsiv,,elAy to IPultry'Z I4 will be fbe,º fa a good, ])r:lcticnl Iotlrnal, essentlllitto the F11.ilmer,. Fancier, BreeC( lo'andto A ma teur. having recently, plurchused th'-Fanciers' JI.ald, it now has the'largest cit rculationl of antl)'Il).rc of its class and poiltr ~ eod'ers will flus ita aviatwulbl1J]t advertisluy g rned iirn-. Ternms: $1 plrlanlnum. Address: Canadiau I'oul/ry Joutull 'ublidhing, companlul, Brantllord, ()nlltaio, ( all ,PEOPLE'S- M.T.X" MARIiET ,. KROFT & rL E'I INIG' KLeep constantly c thand. the best quality ofr BMEF, PORK, MUTTO. AND SAUSAGu. Ioarly opposite the I.:lnandtmn Oflice,. Af.1IN' STREET, DIA.MO'.~\T CITYY' 1. , :.. Nov. 2,,I'h75-tf. ,TIC'.S" I.LL STr: A'TIED RMRR E CATAAtE9GUE.. Ffftrpngge-- 1 Ihhllustrations;, "'.'W detscriptin-:i-. of thousands of the. best flowers anr.t varetables ill-. the world, and the way to orow thac--utlifor it twn., cent poatugestagentp, I rintted in G rwun t' anid n}gu - li . h. V'hek'd Floral (tuide. Quarterly; 25 ccftA-a year. X-ek', Flower and Vegetable G.arden, ;.Pmtus |.i pai er; il oin eaut cloth covers, $1.00. --Ius ess, , JAI"Wi; VIl, RHbc;eteAt V% -I .