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TBE TIMBER BILL.
1e 18th inst. tue Senate passed the bill izing all bona (ide residents of Ne olorado, Utah, New Mexico, Arizo omihig, Dakota, Montana, or Idaho, other mineral districts of the United to fell and remove for building, ag ral, mining, or other domestic purpo v timber growing on mineral lands are not subject to entry except under iited States mining laws. 'Thie bill this privileve subject to such rules lations as the Secretary of the Iute y prescribe for the protection of the rowth, and provides a penalty ot a t exceeding $500, to which may be imprisonment not exceeding six s for any violation of this law or of d rules and regulations. It is also he duty of the Registers and Receiv ascertain and report whether any tim being cut or used upon such lands ex r these authorized purposes, and the es of such examination will be allow ttlement of their acts. bill reported from the Public Lands ittee provides that no timber should in the mountain regions within th;ree f the upper timber line. This provi motion of Chaffee, was stricken out, e word "California" was omitted from I on motion of Sargent, who said the sts of California would be better serv another bill on the calendar which especially to California, Oregon and ngton Territory, and also provided sale of timber lands. ,, THE TERRITORY. U McCormick and Mr. Sanborn have a lies City on a prospecting tour to the 1 fountains, where gold was discovered s en or twenty years ago by a party of a Sir George Gore, Bridger, Mitch. A and a Frenchman named Frazier, a part. At tha time referred to, a t was picked up on the surface of the d by one of the party. It was after exhibited by Sir George Gore in St. The place where it was found was ten miles from where Gen. Crook had ht with the Sioux on the Rosebud in Cowrier. Montana Agricultural, Mineral & Me al Association have for a long time e necessity of adding more ground to et they already possess. Coisequent entered into negotiations with they s of property adjoining, which result heir purchasing from Messrs. Blaek SPatterson 21 acres for the suns of The property purchased borders the: side of the Fair Grounds.. By this. ase the ountside bar privileges will be" way with. Fences will be built to the e line, thus making ample room for any vehicles, while it Is is contemapla move Floral Hall and all the build ow in the center of the ground to a un on the newly-acquired property, ving a full view of every portion of urse.-Herald. George B. Johnston, editor of the ,was in town this week. As he aý'Piclj and shovel for ten years in Yreka, Cenfederate and Cedar creek, nd a good many" old acquaintances ho say it he is as good an editor as a miner he will do. Geuss he will. orth West. FOREIGN NEWS. STANTIN(OPIE, April 15.-The trial of na Pasha has comnmenced. Jlis con ation is regarded as extrenmly, proba Russians have occupied Schumla. Volga Circassians and other Irregn ulder Assaf iasha, have massacred Ien 80C and 900 persons of all ages and at Palatiza. 'STANTINOPIJ,, April 15.-In conse e of the spread' of t'yphns in this city, e departii 'vessel.receive foul bills of projecte(dvisit of the Khedive to the n has been pos apned. 'xA, April 15.-According to Berlin . Germany will only really attempta C intervention when all: is prepared on side, so as to hisure almost certain k The first step in the direction of aseemsR tPoh;PxcLh en, tJhe obtrcbel ing of some authority to undertake the task I and all these prelihinary difficulties seem to be overcome. There is now more conti- f dence in the meeting of the Congress. ]BERLIN, April 15.-The Reumanian agent here officially denies the report that Prince 1 Gortschakofl has requested the recall of the I Roumanian agent at Vienna. j CONSTANTINOPLE, April 10.-In the event of a war, should Austria remain neutral, Russia will seize the Bosporous; if hostile, Russia will not try to hold the Bosporus or anything south of Adrianople, and may abandon Turkey, except the fortresses and attack Austria trom Galieia, Roumania and Bosnia. The Turks have 70,000 men here and 17,000 at Gallipoli, and would doubt less resent an attetnpt to enter the Capital, but the attitude is now neutral. Notice of Sale of Real Estate. MICHAEL O'CONNOR, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN COMASKY, Et Al , Defendants. In the District Court of the Third Judicial District, in and for the County of Meagher and Territory of Montana. Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned, Master and teferee in the abov9 entitled cause, will in pursuance of the decree and order of sale therein made sell at public vendue and outcry to the high est bidder for cash in hand at the front door of the Court House, at Diamond City, in the county of Meagher, Territory of Montana, on the 15th day of May, A. D. 1878, between the hours ot 10 o'clock a m. and 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, all the fol lowing described property, to wit: The Eldorado water ditch and water right thereto belonging, be ing the ditch constructed to carry and carrying the waters of Duck and Willow creeks loEldorado bar, andi about seven miles in length, and known as the said Eldorado ditch and waters belonging to the same. Also the Spruce gulch ditch and flumes or schute that carries the waters thereof to Spruce bar; said ditch, etc., conveys the waters from Willow and North Duck creeks to Eldorado and Spruce bars, below Diamond City, near and south of Con federate gulch, in Baker mining district, and all the waters. water rights, privileges and appurten ances incident to and belonging to said ditches, and being the same property heretofore once belonging to the said defendants, this plaintiff, Mrs. John Smith, and John Hannan; all situate and being in the county of Meagher and Territory of Montana, of which within described property the plaintiff, Michael O'Connor, owns two-ninths, and the said defendants, John Comasky and Michael Welch, own seven-ninths.. Given under my hand this 23d day of April, A. D. 1878. T. J. FLEMIING, Master and Referee. KROFT & FLEMING. SRange--Smith river valley from Camp Ba ker to Rli.Rosk moun tains. P..O.-Dramoad City. SIMON MARKS. Range-Smith River valley, from Camp Baker to Rim Rock. Address, John T. Moore, Camp Baker. GADIMS & BRYAN. Range--South Fork 0of Smith River. P. T--Camp Baker, M. T. A. BRUICKERT, Jr. Range.. Smi9i Riv er,vicinity ofl'hompyr son,gulch.. P. O .-Camp Baker,. M. T. A. BRUCKEUT, Sr. Range-Smith River, ricinity of Thompson gulch. P. O.-Camp Baker, M. T. 43EQRGE P. I EVEVS, Watchmaker, EAST S:nE OF MAIN STREET, HELENA. Watch vad.Chronometer makiing and repairing in all its most dl4cttlt parts, a specialty. EN4IaAVING' ]i,.~suted in the best style. Gold and silver work made to order. 8-1y _ GEO. P. REEVES NOTICE TO MMDI.NS. United States Lard Office, . Helena, Montana, Apr. 16, ldEi. Thomas F'. Keene, whose post-olfice address is Dianmond City, Meagher.~county, Mi. T., has this day tiled his application to enter as agricultural land, under the homestead laws, the W half of the S E quarter, and the E half of the S W quarter of section No.. 18, in township No. 8 north, range No. 2 cast, which land is suspended frtom entry. Notice is hereby given that a hearing will be had at this oflicet on the 25th day of May, A. D. 1878, at 10 o'clock a. m., to determinenas to the mumeral or non-mineral, character of said land, and testi mony to be used upon said hearing will be taken before the ltegister and Receiver on the 25th day of SMay, A. . 1.78, at le o'cloelt. nm. It ls alleged there are no klpow' miners, a1r' mining mprove 4 enfl .up)n said lan.t.l Jl, .. O], lft ster,. TORTURES THAT NEED NOT BE ENDURED. People suffer a great deal of pain unneces sarily. Among tortures that need not be en dured are those inflicted by the rheumatism and gout, since the acrid element in the blood which produces them by contact with the sensitive covering of the muscles and joints may be eliminated by the use of that matchless depurent, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, before the inflammatoay symptoms are developed to any great extent. When it is considered what excruciating tortures rheumatism inflicts,-and what a tendency it has, when fully developed, to attack the heart, the advisability of an early use of such a reliable antidote becomes at once appar ent. The rheumatic virus is expelled from the blood by the increased action of the kid neys--which act as strainers-produced by the Bitters, and the suffefer will find, if he uses this supreme defensive agent, that he will be protected against a return of the ag onizing complaint. Dyspepsia. fever and ague, liver and bowel complaints and other maladies, are also cured by this admirable remedy. GOLD AND SILVER STEM AND KEY-WINDING Watches * e 3, 4, 5 and 6 oz. cases, All watches fully war ranted for one year. All kinds of Watch repairing done in a work manlike manner, and warranted. for one year. JEWTELRY. Ladies' Sets in Solid Roman Gold, Cameo, Amethyst. Coral, Garnet and Pearl. Solid 14 Karat Gold GUARD. OPERA AND VEST CHAINS, ROMAN AND PLAIN GOLD NECKLACES, LOCKETS, CRtD6ES, FINGER AND EAn RINGS,. . STUDS, SL3s vz BUTTON.s. Eiac. "-Solid Silver and Plated.FonEs, Spo.es, etc.* FIELD AND SPY GLASSES Of the best French manmfacture. Special pains taken in fitting Spectacles and Eye Glasses, to secure a glass suited to the eye. Orders from the country filled with care. Watches and other goods sent for selection on receiving satisfac tory reference. W. G. BAILEY, HELCENA., M. T. WALTER W. DeLACY, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR HELENA, M. T. KLEINSCHMIDT & BRO. Cor. Main and Edward Sts., Helena, .- -.. - Montana. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERSI4. I GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS. Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Lard, Bacon, DRIED FRUITS, Canned Goods, Etc.,, Etc. FIlY and STAPLE GROCERIES Of Every Description. Compri ing in all:the largest aaýd most cimplete wbolesale stock in Montana. GIrAIN; AND FLTLITR BOUGHT AND SOLD. Freighters' and Forwarders, Rates Given to all parts of the cormtry. Apply to Klein sachmidt & Bro., Helepa,, og tpt S\e bi'nach house at I'lo;1.B.At W,, A. J. DAVIDSO.N, Manufacturer of and dealer in SADDLERY AND .HARNESS BRIDLES, WHIPS HALTERS COLARS, And everything pertaining to the trade. GENUINE CONCORD HARNESS Always in stock. Repairing Done at Short Notice, And Prices lower than ever before charged in the Territory. HIDES, WOOL, PELTRIES and FURS Bought, for which the highest market price will be paid. NO.2 HOLTER'S BLOCK, HELENA M.T. Root's Garden Manual For 1878, Full of Instruction on Gardening Topics; and prlke list of CHOICE SEFI*, sent for 10 cents, allowed on first order for seeds. Address, 8 J. B. ROOT, Rockford, Ill. THE THOROUGHBRED STALLION, "DACOTA." This fine thoroughbred, stallion will make thesea~. son at IADER'ti RAN.CH, near Camp Baker, Faom Apndil 15to July 15, at $20 fur the Season; $30 to insure. Good pasturage ftrnished at $2 per month, at the owner'* risk. TERMS: CASH AT CLOSE OF SEASON. This is an opportunity never before offered in this county to secure the services of so valuable an ani mal at such low rates. The Efo4bwing is a certified copy of pedigree: NEw YORK, April 15, 1877. Dacota,, grey horse, foaled 1868: bred by lBenja-. tmih F. Pettitt,. Kentucky; by Lightning; dam. . Themis, by Austerlitz; he by imp. Yorkshire;.dam, Topaz by imp. Glencoe; 2d dam Thetis, by imp. Sovereign; 3d dam.Mary Tir.mas, by, imp. Uonsul;: Atbdamr Parrott, by Rindolph's Roapoke; 5th.dam. Paroquet, by imp. Merryfleld; 6th dam imp, Mare, by English IPopinjay; 7th dam Bourbon's dam by, Precipitate; 8th dam, by 1Lighflye 9th dam Ti fany, by Eclipse; 10th dam YotmU ling, by ,bkm; 11th dam Hag, o' Crab;. l~th dlp Ebony, -b Fly ing Childers; 13th dam Ebony,.,by Basto; 14th dam the Massey mare, by Mr. Lbaesey's Black barb. Bruce's American Stud. ook, Vol..8.. I, S. D. Bruce, editor and author of the Ameri can Stud Book, do .ertitfy the above pedigree of 1)acota to be true and correct, Given under my hand this 2th day of' April, 1877. S. D..Bauca. ' 18-3m MITH BROS. C HBEW THE CELEBRA'I'ED "MATCHLESS" WOOD TAG PLUG TOBACCO:. The Pioneer To. acco Company, New Y.ork,.Boston anLChicago.. G. A.. KELLOGG,. U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR: HELENA. M. T. WHITE. SULPHUR SPRINGS. The MXst Attxacti-ve Pleasure Re sort in. Montana. AUEWG AUPU 0 FOR T$E .FFLICTED:. Old Cb. enie-DIseasesi treated with medical; skill, ano permanent cures eftected. Board4 an'd fees for medical attendance, reason-. able. Terms, Cash. WM, ARIUE.RY, M. Ds, L. 4jtf, ..QprJr.tar .