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1oVE~gENT OF THE HO8STLES.
1)I8t LOnJI, July 2 .--A courier from t"oa rrived' at 11:30 u. mi. A letter itoa Governor Potts says that. Joseph and Iand passed Capt. Rawtl's entrenchment teerday late in the afternoon, and, al ugh tlley passed withlin gunshot, not a • u zwa fired at them. A letter from nowles and Dixon says : The Indians are ,oing out by way of the head of Bitter ot and Big Hole. They are about 400 vrog, well arnmed, but probably short ot roltuiitioni. Companels A. andt B., from Se were ordered back to Deer Lodge. ec. Mills says-will have 300 men ill Big lole valley by noon to-morrow. Volullteers are now leaving the tOwn by ll kinds of conveyaunces for Big Hole Basin. h)gee: Lo).E, July 29.-A letter from old eoverhead n tation says 30 or 40 lodges of ldiaare camped forty miles soutlh of that aice, on the road from Franktli to Mon iaa. There are about, 125 Indiahs aUad they re riding large- Aincrica:n 'horses. They re Msupposeld to be. thie advanoe guard of losepl's band, escaping by way of lenry's ,ike. ______ ____ CALL FOR VOLUNTEE-8. PRIOCLAMA'TION: 1)EER LODGE, M. '1'., July 31. )' the cit'zcns of Montana Territory: IThere are now in the. Bitter Root valley :rtaia Ne' l'erce Indians whci :have perpe .ited theft, murder and outrage upon the ,!tzens of Idaho. Althouglh orderea from (enl. Sheridau's healdquarterrs to be treated as hostiles. they were permitted to escape Iron the L Lo LPass and encamp in the itter loot valley. i These hostiles will sootn sttemupt to pass throuigh other portions of Montani. Thley are public eiemnies whor. t is our duty as good 'citizeun to meet and itht until th@y surrender. :'To compromise ith themn is cowardice, and the honor of lolotan dent triuds that they' shal be fought Iowa. Therefore, By virtue of the authority vested in me I hereby callfor Q:00 Mloitapa .volunteers to orgauize at once under general order No, 4, iued herewith. and to report for dulty at leer Lodge City forthwith. ;The exigen ies of the case require that each mant shall 'urnish his own horse and such arms an: I luipments as hI# can. The persons atnd tyopaies to ,vlhoum Territorial breech oadzng guns have .'ben issued will organ ze and report at onle for duty or return heir arams to rue for arming the others. uibsistence wigt be furnished companies as they report to tme and until they are dis anded. fBy order of lB. F. POTTS, Governor, and oommandior iut Chief Montan a Militia. J. !I. MII.s, See'y and Adj't. Gen. 1i),R Lonl)(;lt, Jtit 31, 1:30 p. In. Capt. Fuller: Suspeul' further mlovements until further order'. Vill ask tl.e WVar I)epartrlent to sustaia us. 11. F. POTT1'S. Major Mzaginiis:lhaving written to Major lenham, comnmatling at Fort Elli., for the loan of arms for the volunteers, received the following: FoRur ELrIS, 1I. T., July 31. IIon. M:rtin Maginmis; Geuelal Shieriiman will be here to-morrow. Will place your request tor arms betlfore him and act as he dit ec.ts. BITNHAMt, Commandinng. Mr. lcFarland 1 as just arrived from Missoula, says the Nez Pere( s broke camp 01 Sunday morning nuld commenced trav eling slowly up the Bitter Root. -----.-__--____. . IDAHO INDIAN WAlr. SAx FRAXCISCO, July 27.- Lieut. Dun well, ;r. Landen and otheqs have arrived at Lewiston w'ith the mull and express from Pierce city, haviini left that phice yesterda y 10 a. uIl. From them, we gather the follow iX nlens: T[wo mn had cnme iu irom the Uic~leshell miulues, '4bout 25 miles east of the eamas trotults, 'T'hey reported seeing two patties of warriors,, 17 ii one, and 12 il tile otlier coiing oer the.Lo I) trail from the Brici Root to, jpin Joseph, anridl the hlorse trackf of the hiostiles were found at tllireit points near Pierce city a:ln~ mrocea in, trek, within 2)0L yards. of town.. plainly 'idleat,,,,m the presence of Indllýn spies Fround tile place, ''te. defenses oft the place are onll4paatively notAhflg against a force O Ildi*s.. Joseph iks ntren:ched'nm on L·p trail above the Oro FIio..qnd Camas prairie rosasin , aud is not g ing to. lhtave thp ýotuty.-, l, ikc.'ea sin,. Lit, force ql,·3: adtyý and has between four and live hurn dred warriors. It is said that he intends to I have as many men ais GeneralHoward, and that lie intended to whip Howard and then go to Lewiston and back to Wallowa. They claim to have all the supplies they need. I His camp is at the canyon of Lo Lo creek a few miles east of Oro Finmo and Caniea pral- I rie crossing. Ile has his stock secreted at at place called the Little Camas prairie, be tween 10o Lo creek and the middle fork of Clearwater. His position is very strongly tortified naturally and almost inaccessible from the South and .West approaches. THE RAILROAD WAR. CHICAGO, July 2.--It was reported at 10 o'clock this morning that the police had at fight with at mob on Newbury avenue. Fif teen ot the rioters were hurt. A squad of nmountled veterans, with drawn sabers, charg ed the Sixteenth street mob, and 150 of the rioters were wounded and ten killed out right. Six policement were wounded. Two boys were killed at the Halstead viaduct, an(l one policeman is reported killed. 10:45 a. rm.-Advices from West Twelfth street state that the mob is holding a small detachlient of police in check. One po icemanm is seriously wounded. The 2d Reg iment has been called out to assist the po lice. 12:40 p. m.-At 11:30 the artillery left their quarters for the seelie of conflict, which is now IIalstead and Sixteenth steets, and in a few minutes after their arrival the booming of ecannon showed that the reg ulars had opened on the mob with grape and canister. A reporter at the scene con firms this. The slaughter will be terrible. 2:35 p. m.-'I'he mob of last night gather ed In force on the south side early this morn ing and renewed its deprcdations and acts of violence. They began with some 2,000 and swelling to a multitude before noon. They showed a savage bravado and seemed learlcaness itself. IHowever, when 300 po lice, under officer Kainly charged on them, they broke up after a hot encounter. They re-united again shortly and prepared for another encounter at, Sixteenth street: and Ilalstead viaduct. An Interchange of shots, stones and invictives succeeded. Then the reinforcements, consisting of a lew squad of police and a comipany o' armed neavalry, began, in conjunction with the police, a deadly onslaught, the re u!!s of which are imliertcetly kndwn and are va riously reported. One report, which sa probably ex aggerated, says I2 were kill d and 150 wounded. Another says three were killed and 50 wounded. There are certainly more than three killed. No names can be ascertained. This broke up the mob for a time, but they soon gathered again. A gang of the mob ran a passenger train off the track at Twelfth street, this hmorning, and after allowing the passengers to escape, smashed the windows andl furniture of sev eral cars. The;2d Regiment of mounted horse and the regular veteran force of Chicago are on the scene of battle. The P'reSidlent has (lirectetl ol. L)runl, Assistant Ahijutant General, in case of em ergency, to use the United States troops to supress the riot at Chicago, under orders of the State Governor. The national force has been placed at the Governor's disposal. A ht ature of the fights was the frequent participation of the women, who fired shots from finside and outside their houses, hurled invlctives. stones and mttl in diserimilnately at all who wore white shirts or blue coats. Much dissatisfaction is ex pressed at the orders given the latter, through the Mayor, to avoid killing. i'The general belief is that could the mob be un.ale to understand thoroughly that no blanks were carried and that no quarter would be given, their valor would fade away alnd they disappear. It is stated that should the mob gather and meet the police again, the latter are instructed to spare no more lives. LaTlr.--.'The lnamlles of twenty killed are given. and others who have been supposed to luve been carried off by frients, and the names of over fifty of thi woulploed are also given. LBp l DJB.pHIA, July 2S.-,-1te President of the Penisy vania railroadt makes themn nouncemOut that the road and its tplbutarles :are open for f~iights and. ýassenge frorp, Washington,. Iltimore, Phllndelplitt and New York to po~its as ftr as Altoona, on tjqiM a Ug8.hyp, lTheY age.$r t tn lg tkath; naiu line open to Pittsburg, and the Erie ( railroad to Erie to-morrow, and their lines west of Pittsburg on Monday. ALBANY, July 28.-G-oyernor Robinson reviewed the troops this morning, when they were all dispersed. Immedi..tely other orders for the troops to hold themselves in readiness were issued, as it was reported that the strikers had reassembled and taken' possession of the shops, driving out the workmen. Sheriff Wemple and posse went out inunmediately and now have possession of all the railroad property. The city is again active with rumors of riot and bloodshed, and the troops are under arms awaiting or ders. ST. Louis, July 28.-Gen. Pope arrived this morning. lie will leave for Chicago to-night. There is no hindrance to passen ger trains either to the east or west, and both passenger and freight trains will be re sumed as soon as the roads can get their af fairs into proper shape. CHICAGoo July 28.-The following is sent at the request of Mayor Hleath, and is in dicted by him : Many dispatches from this city have great ly exaggerated the disturbance during the last few days. At no time have the lives and property of the law abiding, citizens been seriously endangered, and but a small proportion of the railroad employees or oth er working men of Chicago have been en gaged in the riot. By the collision between the rioters and the authorlties on Thursday and Thursday night, nine persons, all riot ers, have been killed and perhaps thirty more or less seriously wounde !. No dam age to property has been done at any time, and but slight interference with business has occured. The city is now entirely free from rioters, and the strikers are rapidly re turning to their various employments. There is no probability of a further out break or any disturbance of the business 'in terest of the city. However, were it not for the prompt and effilient arrangements nmuade by the authorities to suppres's the dis ti grbance, the trouble wcaio probably have been quite serious. G. A. KELLOGG, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR HELENA., 31. T. WALTER W. DeLACY, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR IHELENA, 3I. T. NOTICE TO MINERS. United States Land Office, Helena, M. T , July 18, 1877. .John Buckingham, whose post office address is Diamond City, Meagher county, Montant Terri tory, has this day iled hils' application to enter as agricultural land, under the pre-enitption laws, the N. half of the S. E. qutartyr, and the $.'hatll'cffthe N. E. quarter of section No .29), in township No. ) north, range No. I east, which landt is slspended fronm entry. Notice is hereby given that a heoarhig will be had at this office on the25th day at August, A. D., 1877, at 10 o'clock a. fm., to dDIztaodtUte ts to the mineral or nou-*ninlse charmeter of sair land, and testimony to be used upon safld heavrily will be taken before thei Rgater nuo Itceive r, on the 25th day of August, A. 1). 1877, at 0leseloekta. m. It is alleged theresare nknomwna a.nL.rs,, nor nIining i~aprovemiets u~on said4i.a., 2-36-5w J. II..MOE,. Register. APPUICA¶IAON FOR PATENT. U. S. LAND Orict, , Hele.in.iMontana, August 1, 1877. Noticel .hprel~ pttblishtutthbt Almon Spencer and John Meek ,. whose post offllice address is anyon Frrl, Mh1ygher county, Montina Territory, have this thay led application for patent, under the Min ing laws of C'ongesss, for a placer mine, situated in mtuganized iinilig distract, Meagher county, Terr tyry of Mont:na, designated as Lot No. 44, in township II N,, rangeI west of principal meridian, which tlilaLkis recosr.re.t in the County Recorder's oicive in said cottity, and described in the official pl;tt and Asletd not5es as tile in this office as follows: Beginnilng at a pinet tree 6 Inches in diam. marked Mt C 40 ticrwotaar No. 7 in the east boundary of Lot No. 40, frott whtteb the quarter section cornea on the north bottnatry o.f section No. 4 in township 10 north, range it west bears by calculation S Itdledg 46 mha1W X,0't.chn~ i distant, and running thense N 20O deg E5.77 chalies: thence S 85 deg E 12.Il6tsoa4as; theunme. 78&dtgSatin E 12.50 chains; tllene.8.ti6 doeg30 rt jni S5~. chains; thence S 6 deg l0 ,amn 16.11 chuds; thonae `S 4 deg 45 mInu W ).8~ l ehaias; thenet N P7. dtg W 4.18 chains; thence-NK d(og 3 m4nm 18creains; thence N 22 deg W 6 ohwit ;:thence S s tdag W '2.Jit h.utins, to the place of liginning, enýsreitagthirty and twelve hundredths (;0 12-100) acres,, urs wlnthl a notice of said appleation,. to getrvhte ith an .racial plat of the ptretalces cla imed was pus8te oen the 24th day of JJ*h,. A. 1. 1877, accri.~itg to law-. "The adjioning eh|lt2i nts to these pretis.. aIre .Jaxs,.T UIrnluckle ar.others, claim. ants of Lot No. -i; placer claimtos tl.e west. No others known. Any. and alT lpeCsns claiming iattPar"s. the abovea des'critcl claim, or any portion thereof, ire hereby notified tlhat unlessetheir adverstw elaiabiboduly tile14 ac.ieloig to law, with the Iegihter of the United SlattQ Fe.nd OItice, at Helena, Montana Iterritorv withatatlet sixty days period ol.tinblicat'iee hereo't they wji. he forever terred Iby V.Ttue of the. provi slous of the statute. J. H. MOE, Register. 1 .. r.,talGi,,b:Si..s.ug;- .Ct.vsqd,1 ty:r... :., GoI. ,PAND IIiL.VER STEM AND IK-. r-WNDINrGa 'atohes o e 3, 4S and oz. cases, All watches fit U rantedr for one year. All kinds of Watch retpairing done in a work munlike manner, and wantitced for one year. JEWVELItY. Ladies' &i.s in Solid Roman Gold, Cam.eo, Amnetys. , Coral, Garnet qnd Pearl. Solid 1. Karat Gold GUARD., OPERA AND VEs'i CHAINS, ROMAN AND .IAIN GOLD NECKLACES, LOCKErS, C(JPOS:S, FINGIR AND EAR RHIMN( STUDS, SLEWIV BUI'TTONS, ET'c. -'°Solid Silver and Plated Forks,. Spoons, etc.-7l FIELD AND SPY GLASSES Of the best French manafaetm e. Special pains taken in fitting Spectaelds'and Eye Glasses, to secure a glass suhite tot~,e*~ ~ders froma the country 1llled with care. M utehes and other goods sent lbo election on recet.ini satslsitc tory referenee.. W. G. BAILEY, IIELENA, M. T. flIJEM, SI3OIT GUNS1, RE1COLFREr . cent C.. 0.1). for examinatiu O ll. I at rbaged)I id. No risk, no humbug. Wtiteofor catalogue. Amairer GRtEAT WESTERNm uN WORKS, Pittsburg, hV. T'. E. COtLINS, AL.Z`hG~;tTO1~IZNE AT~lC L~A W. 811ei 4A atteition giv9p to Collettiaans In all'a gat the Tenrltoxy. C VI,,nWyMIS4II Iurtaniptly astc*sliel'tu'e. Offlce at County Clerk's Office, DIAMOND CITY, - - - 3IONTAN4' : Nov. :25, lT75-tf.. F IRSTT N.ATIONA . BANK OJF' UEFNA~ Designawted eoiitary of The Unlted Statei..' S. T. IbUJWSIrKJ, - - - 1'O5I(t`. 1). C. COIII3IN,. E. W. KNIGHT,. -' -- · Clasliien. T. 11 1ILýLN*CJI3LM4.DT,. - - Ss..l:hia We translact a general Danliing ltsincsa nawl by: tit the highest rates, GOLD DUST, COIN, GOLD AND SILVER BUL.LION,. And Local Securities; nud sQU · Excbwu a up, Tele npa tc, TrrnBsftrs; Avalablle in all parts of thb United States and Cam , ucias, . tQat, 1PIktlin, Ireland aniL the ContiuciLt. (:ollectirtu i isai) zs;,4 vneqedj remiitted proruupty.. Helf~ena, Jvnuaary U,. Jtfitr-t - OS~iOPQIrTAN HOTEL. Nos. 37 a1nd 39 Main Street, HELENA, MIONTANA. Schwab & Zimmerman, Prop"'rs This Hotel is QeutmHall~l riwt), c) as etegnslt inutto well furnishid ropIJ4 ainai parlors, and is the cd.esp est and best Lsnott west or St. Louis. We sdl4iwhiz tL. St.4 o is k otel for lodgingsl only. 'lith thi' ,TWG' FIXSiT AND IARiES-1 BRICK A'iIr STONK STBRCTURE8 IN WAT SINE INX THE CITE. we can oiler 3ETT 17W A€'4;M1t 4ODATIONS toIbuie traveling public than. an ., othuir house in tlw' cittr,. and defy competition. Ik'ii.tliias lroflsiswo3, our part, we a*l. the publ)ic; to sutastv themselves.. 1S:w.;WAII. & 'l,.MMtI tLMA"N,? Pnolaietors. Feb. 1., 'LZ 2"?-lI tE PI~ki' ' b+ a.'L' Lt~altlb:'1', 1kR&FT&FLre~e U iG Tnse e 11tusa ady on lwJ id.t&lcgibt: ttalrzty of BED`, Ff0 SMU'ik10 A 9, 4P $SA .)G.V, ME ariy o DIAMONDt t I~u. 'lgrn 1'O,. MsA11c S Y1RIIE' T, DIAMOND S2T~ Pi~P'