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S .-. .. o , No 14, South CtJonlniuvclcr ." . re o-,ur ,ttuthorize.d ,nts to tirnnac ye llt..l, .c, l D 1.lnrct. for ;wLvertialng.,and reic( iMo D[AIOND CITY LODGE No. 7, A. F. and A. M - Statetd C.olfuln ictltki s lls htl artthOir Hall, in Diallonldt City, pu the, second aotn fourth . ti itturllld:1s of1 aceh mouth. sojournliig bIrothelr mare ool0t0Iillyinvited to Iltteud.. D AVIIX BUTTERFI Df \. M . IMOK after your horses, or Joseph will do it tt)r you. . i - Tf I); Duck Creek quartz mill is running regulariv, " Miss SAIfAit \VINs'roN is 'spending the week in Diamaond. She is tie gttest of Miss llla Finn. _'__-- W\Ye acknowlecdge a pleasant cill from Col. i;ilbert. who pas.:ld on his return to Camp ltaker this week. Wsv are ludlebtejd to Mr. J. G. Pieeri.ng for some very finue Spcimens of onions, and a very large turnip. A F.ALrE ular'ln of IliluiallS OC.eII'I' on the Missouri valley, Monday, which cretted con ;itlerable excitement. ". J. O. . 'SSEY passed throuigl this week with anl ox team heavily loaded with sup plies for his sheep ranclh. LATE advices front Bozemin state that the o(lies of two white men have recently been found at the National Park. MN. anrd Mrs. )David IloQver, of Centre ville, passed through towli Sunday, en route tir the White Sulphur Springs. Our popular young friend, D)avid Marks, Mi. V. B. Green, and Daniel IIongland, are iu attendance at the Territorial Fair. 3;ssus. Vmn. lliggils.,. Andrew Boylan, iul J. E. Stevemns left this umorluing to pendl) the balainwe of the Fairt week in Helena. Orn traveling correspondent is writing somne interesting letters about the Gallatimn valley farmers, which will appear. in regular urna. T''Iii horse. run oft from Miller & Schnall ln the Muscleshell, by :the Indians, were very valuable, some of thewm beingv worth $500 per span. '"JUST think of a complicated young lady like me ha hig such' a scrub as that for a beau, Oh, dear; the idea !" is the way she expressed herself. Mi. AND MRS. CIAS. BARKER,. I, B. Daw kins, Harve Means, Val. lienricks, of White's gulch, were in atteradance 'd the occasion pf,the 21st. ], : , THE bodies of two men have been found on the Yellowstone, near wlherc the Nez Perces crpýed over. They were 1cýlb tless killed;by the hobt iles. MlRs. C. & Kelly 'returned from a a visit to the east sile ,yesterdnyý ;aou9.ipainied by ~Mrs. A. J. Stephens, who will remain` oL this side severg w s, Miss ALICE MARKS bade home and Dnla Inond adhiti 'aid '"lepartel" on *litesday's :oach for Helenait where she will attend 4hMool doing i. & "i E W ere shoaw l bleautifttl nugget, weigh iag $38.50, picked up last Monday by II. H. lirnes in his di ging on the point oppiosite the otnath of Mo1 ttiriºtrl 6h. a < . 1. napi12rs. P1i;tSef rkime gyer from the Springs Tuesday evening, on theit wiay tend4eud the. 'ai;. ,'(1ey, Iil x, t:allquiet; it is thouilglt the raiders have left. A PAINi~F.i accidtint eclrretd tb Ii little daughter oFrl, ?Arberl, ;.~, .Sprighill, Gallatin county, last week. She got a fall tlit a bhose, fracturing her iviifst' ' BIsANES, Bull .& Rainkin have let a .oin t tfbr running 100 feet of opeii', t i 'the bar above Dialuond. This will enable them ternu ftheir flume far enough lnto, ti ir ground to do a good season's Work "net year. W1t\\have jtl..teeeith lelltokfs:'Ce1tten "Ii ook Book, containing over 100 Yvaua blerecepits for cooking, besides other use" ful ltornlation. The sarpe t.lU be sent to s"bscribers of our aper only by sqndiltc . a ,ent postu tatl..u.. .I J-: t.b . plbhls er, cinnatI, pl fkti })Yýt °'f ourth Strteyt; CI Q ., ,r rreipondent, J4ck MICGpey, wlo has furta!iibetl4us much information the past season resp.~ting the Black hiLlls adld,Big lIorn region, isnow. with Gei. I1oward's army, and will keep our readers posted with rega'.4d.,t his movements. AMONGc the horses stolen by the Indians on Smit'l riv'ei Was one belongitig to Henry Keele. 'whiehl prov~d an unprolitable inivest entl fl ,t tie t ) ,ick who took him, as he re ttirne(d tli.tiiPxt riloraiig with a good sad die and i brile, a bufthlo robe, and four good blankets.' SERSONS Woilt have iontenihplated visitipg tl!Sliiing.'i lieeI niot he deterred from doing so oji qecoulit of the ldidiin troubles, as Dr. Parberry has'lirovided ea dozen stand of arms anil lenty of aminuifiitio, and there are al ways a a'iilumel of guiests to "hol(1 the fort" aghtiust the hosti]es. ,TI, *1. KiTroN., a prominent citizen of Grayson creek, passed through town MoDn day harst .n route for the White Sulphur Springs. Mr. Keatoni is seriously afflicted with rheumatism, being unable to lie down and rest, or sleep for 14. days. We trust that these healiilg waters may soon restore him. WE learn from Col. Gilbert that an Itnus aally large train of supplies had recently ar rived at the Crow Aenucy, and that the Agent states that he pt oposes to feed the Crows well the coming winter and prevent their joining . the hostiles. This is good news toour Msseleshell stock growers, upon whose beef they feasted so sumptuously last winter. MANY of our citizens Were startled from their slumbers Saturday night last at 10:15 p. mn., by an unnatural sound, followed im mediately by a preceptable Shock supposed to, be that of an earthquake. The shocdk madejthe glhss in the windows tremble, and the rumbling sound was sufficient to arouse us Irom!a light slumber, unto which we had just fallen. T'r following . representatives, of the grtce and beauty of the Missouri valley were in attendance at the ball on the 21st: Miss Laura Edmonson, Miss Ella Rosen haum, Miss Mary Lloyd, Miss Etta Duncan, Misses Sarah and Mollie Winston, Misses Lola, and Ida Pickering, The gallantry was represented by Messrs. Lepard, McCar ty, $ump, Winston and Gurnett. r'Trla former proprietor of the White Sul ptliir Sfiiigs,' James Brewer, was in Dia mend'this wieeki on his way over to the Fair. -ir. B. fais spent the p~ast twelve months on the Yellowstonei and in the vicinity' of tiie new Posts. 1I( says that country is settling up raipildylbut ;t does of in any wise codn p:,re With this pdrtion of Montana. It is a good grass country', but lacks the facilities of good fresh .~iter, and dits'agricultural re sources are yet to be testested., , J. C. ScbLry, i'Beiverhead countiy, who has been waIgon master of Gbe. HIoward's baggage, real fd 1ozeman on the 18th. le says that tYe 'party did everything tievy could for the edcofort of Geo. Cowan, but iss sifefrinrs Mere 'intense. The jostling oyvr rottlI or is :vas severe, but lie stood itthke a soldier. Mr. &coley says. Cowan could have easily been sent back to Virgin ia, and avoided such a long, rolugh ride in thie- -wldernesi. Mns. GiBo.: CowAN,' 'who went b6vr 'to' meet her husba.d, reached'Bozeinan on the evening of 'the 19th. While crossing the nMath divide, eight smiles frotm Ellis, the bieasta-trap broke, letting the° tongue strike tire ground, When It broke, preeipitatihg the buggy over the gatde. Mr. atid Mrs. Cow an, who; were. aboard, were dumped on't some forty feet below the road, and'the hifg. gy eontlnned to roll over and over, lIhndll. nearly 200 feet below. The driver sily@' Mrs. Cowan .could have. jumpe d out when the buggy first started to upset, but preferring to stay with her husband,, shi , shared the saine fate, and was tossed uipon the groqnd near him. Foritp atuln y they escaped wilj but slight injury, IMrs. C. receiving a sprain ed anikle, aild Mir. C. some slight bruiseq. T'hey now . have comfortable quarters ait B,.zeman and Hill remain until Mr.,.C, , cop'esq strong e`ongbh to travel fthegr. "s wouilds ae oing welI'.a,,d ti.e "ep a. pros pec.t of speedy recovery. TIDE Indian troubles iII orEt;liilcl . ·wtlUep vent a full representation of Mengh er coan ty's flocks, herds and studs at the ?Fair, -;A large number awould lhave been tbtken over from Smith niver had.,not the depredations commenced when they did.. 4;Aºsit is, oiur people have more. import4nut work to do than to drive their stock to the Fair for ,x hibition, or attend in person. ,hey have their famunilies and dear ones at home to pro tect. A VERY serious accident occurred to Miss Texas Powers, of Canton, on the 16th. In company with Mrs. Tierney, she was return ing from Helena in a buggy, and while driv ing at a good gait one of the wheels struck a boulder, throwing Miss Powers with great force to the ground,. breaking the large:boine of the left fore armhintwo places;,both ends of the broken bone cutting throukh the flesh, and dislocating:the small bone at. the elbow joint. Dr. Davidson, who was called in, iii forms ud that although It is a serious and painful wound, he is confthent of restoring it in good shape and oomtition. ' THIwRE occurred a blank in the following paragraph of our correspondent's Flint creek letter, which we republish iti full.': Leaving here I turned down the valley on the river bank, following it for several miles and passing some splendid stock farms, thle proprietors of which appeared to be well fixed. C. '1. Clark, with whom I first met, has one of the most beautiful homes I have seen in the country. iHis fine dweiling is On highland, aidi has a commanding and at tractive 'position. .dls large field of wheat and oats looked as promising as any I have seen in this country. THE committee ill charge of tile dance on the 21st inst. for the benefit of J. W. Hars-' tonr, have handed in the following report of the receipts and expenditures: RECEIPTS : 67 tickets sold at $3.50 each............$234 50 2 . " $5.00 " ......... 10 00 Cash received from White's gulch... 20 50 $265 00 EXPENDITURES.. Supper.............................$86 25 Incidental expenses............. 4 00 00 25 Net receipts, paid to Mr. Harstpn.....$174 75 The committee return their thanks to the public for their generous patronage, to the Masonie fraternity for the free use of their fine lodge room and hall, and to the musi cians, who all donated their services. IH. H. BARNES, Chairman. County Connmmissioners. THE following is the proceedingS of the Board of County Commissioners: The BoaI1 was in session three days, commencing on September 17. They !ex amined the tax list, settled with the. Coun+ ty Treasurer and selected a grand and petit jury for the epsuing..term t of the District Court., The Board ,laid overet all, bills of county offt.ers and others until the D)ecemtn ber meeting..; ... They petitioned Judge Wadeu not td hold court in the cotfty ntil ::next spriet~g be lievihg that one tertm of coum t yt year is suf libient for tiht business of .le county.- f, - , They also recomilietnded! to the d. odge that II. H. . arnes be appointed Clerl~ of District Court. The fodlowng are the 1ie lifst 'Grald and Petit)urors s Ieteed for the next term qo tt.e Datritclt Cort : Graud Jurors--J. M. Moore, Thoc. Neild, H. J.'Ramn peck, L. :Iotwltt, Mat. Greein, Horace Bennett, J. E. Murray, Gilbert ;Ec. er, J. . ttbbs. J. O. Hussey. H. Clark. Frank Powers. F. J. Keene. R. A. Johnsoli, W. HI. Sutherhn, John Toopil s, I enrmmr Whale.. Wiarreu Hed.ge, Jno. Sucklng hamir Ge. N orton. " Petit Jury--'. I. Vance, B. P, Barker, J. II. W'elsher, Stephenu Watsop, L. D, Burt,: W. Fox, D. F. Doggett, John O'Neil, W, iI. Nafus, JamlsBeOnnett, .Wm. Peny. M, Trepp, ,Davld Butterfield, i t GOrtett, Jio. Nano, Jnio. Suiitl, S. Allen, Charles See breclh. The Board will mnet aigain on .Ionday, Oct, lst,, 1877, to, f4rther consider t~e ý.. sessmeut roll. Odd4 ellaowa,rAttenutio. The.kpd... 1'M'is oft Meatger count' ane. reques~ip to nmet. akt~ie Masouic aIt.l :IDa.. muontd City, oa Saturday eyeuing. beptember. 29th, 1877. ODD FELLOWS. GENEsE R . 'LR G ~ he'Gal t4rawrenee of Rhode Island, Colonel Corpin ,-Secretary of "t1 hbi Othl ioii, -;t 6T4fOl@fith bf Gbtridral Terrytsg Sl,: And J.iyf ''ftiei."mn~bers of the Sitting Bull Commission, Were expijted to arrivehn Hlelena yesteiday.' W r ulsdcer stand- that the military areast a"loss to' kalw where an escort is to .:cde fromn to :kecrh pany them north, as all the available4I1 s are in pursint of the Nez Perces. ':t SPECIAL .ADVERTISEMENTSdI STRAYED. One roan mare, brandedw ith the acsgfheart* on the left thigh, and has dark roan spots on tie back and rumip. Also one tito year old "orrbl horse with white strip in face, light mane ahdF tall, and ti.te white legs. When last seen wers on iFbvetty Flatb Any person dliyering the same to rAe, ao infoslr ipg ru o0..their whereabout$, .l,.be rewa jior their trouble. J. LANEYT S-.' bianond ditV. C. S. KELLY!, D.D. D . 8. ; DEN'l'IS. SPECIAiTY: C(orrecting irregilartite of the Nate ral Teeth, restoring decayed parts With Porcelitin and Gold; making Artificial Teethiwith conthitiots Porcelain (umnl. 4.1 , ..- . ,.117y DR. A. L DAVISON, Physician and' 8argeon Takes pleasure in annoticifng to the pullic't tat 'hehas located pernidhieitly in abltiiotli t1t7, and will promptly respond to all eaills day dOtidghlt, unless protfqsionally engalged ! ' . 89-8r8 TO THE PUBLIC. Having opened buSiness aga3in, 1d4I friendS land patrons,- and the public generally"'are' inviteed~i call. Those who are indgbtp4 to me on-my pid books arc requested to comp forward and setae, :e I desire to commence anew. J LA2EY. I, -- '.','-"v'r . i... . t . ·-.- -:. . iI- TAKE W NWG! Do not buy a single artlele.f Clofhing until j tnt have examined our Goqds atnd Prices. Our Stg~Qk of Business, Worsted and Diagonal; also Dress Broadcloth suits of all styles and qualities I:s vesy large.. In HATS we always have the Latest ,$tylu. We have a very ful litie of Blankets, UndOrn~wi, Hosiery Rubber Coats, Trunks, etc., i Fact ivery thing belonging to a First-Class Clothing EstabJih- ment. We have but One Price for All, anI throw out no: CATCHIS .. , in ticketing Godds on the eidewalk o. misleuidr tie unsuspecting that o oods ae0 s .el IE.S .1I4N COST, taking adva.tagd of a Want mihtarity with the valuO of certain goo.tls uptoC. l tormake lp the difference. Everyboyl kuow' t 4I iowtis u.tinotibe soild for Less that Cost. W only claim thatoqr . . . i Prices are Uhfiform, and itL , i r.' Than any other' house SELLS the smine quHity for, Perfect Fair s t Mott, SWhether you are posted in the ttbilte, at'upr workmanshzp, you may select.eyotr Clptpi t mr Salesrio.n, 'aml rest as~srahr thilt ou dece~vc.d o;}atz article. rtisrqprAs4 4tq°qý' \ ourselves always rady to evry S P erfeecl y Satisfl et!; Q l. :I... ~, - "'Ai echmnhnat·on' onfour Go0ds i gad 3Ae ai4it4tfi stytle of, doia.g biusirt.esr l fl 1.c#Yiuge, yt ~ O v correctness of the abboc; statemnin.' 9 ' GREENHOOD, BOHM &"C.: .IINTERNATiONAL IOTEL, 1' IL NA, .O "TA1i1. . " LUnxe;elledcutsne, ulnobtrusari: 4rdyis~on !for41 grattilcation of its patrons, coneaenWnt, 4.pacip and airy rooms, and kept scrupplously clett ate some of the chid characteristies of thib justlypo' tilar hotel'. - , ! " . . RTNDA'& S1KLOWER, Prtirº. - 2-Ty', . HOWE, Cle.. MIr. M. A, Eekekt, . ,. MtIS -ST .E , .M ,EL. -, ,,..Ia, Pictnres Iakltrn in ýnerv style Tf. t1ýsu,. ýýr. i anteed to iu'e satetihfaeti oh. Geogte P. Beev4 , Moved to Novelty Store BuildniCs , 'ibosit.' 1ailj)±r' N meed 4- Co., tlz;'bn atiiSh a ':. I ' aitchie ad ca oiitC etkir xiahi ji rnd re pa 1 all its mno4it diftiut rsall, a enis . "- . -E . antrtavihg executed in got style. Oi andf ilve. wotk'ni de to order. Junte 1, 1876-Gm. GEO. P. REEVES.