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Frank Taylor and Tom Connor returned dester;ay from a two dllys' visit to the Bo e~steza district, from which good news con iitlne to come. While at Vestel they inspect etl the Penobscot, and took ocular measure nente of the mine. Men have again been tut to wvorl in the shaft, which is now dlown 64 feet. The ore body remains essen tially unchanged ; the rich vein along the hanigin,,l wall preserves its dimensions, and ti4e smaliller Veins, carrying the samen high grad(l rock, continues down with the llain Ioly of ore. The arastra is grinding away on the ainle's ordinary product, the $1,000 str;atas yielding another supply, kept, as heretofore, sparate and distinct for another special run hereafter. It is estimated that present developments show not less than a quarter of a million dollars of ore in sight. ,Survey for a tramway connecting the mine with the selected mill site was in progress yesterday. Messrs. Vestel, Frue and Mc Dermott are expected in Helena to-day. hr. Trent is already here, having arriued front Butte yesterday. The purchase of the PIenobscot, it is believed, will soon be fully onusumated and possession given upon pay nent of the large sum heretofore stated in these columns. The extension of the Utah Northern rail ,oal has reached completion twenty-two ailes north of Franklin, Idaho, and Monta ai freights are now being delivered at the )resent terminus. The stage and express )tfices have been taken down at Franklin, .emoved to the end of the track,. and are )robably now erected.and oecupied north of lear river, from which point the coaches ,nd wagon . freight line connect.. Grading $ advancing rapridly, and the. road bed is ,ready finished north of the Idaho Mor- ,on settlements. The track, it is believed,. vill be laid and the cars running to Wat on station (junction of the old Corinie oad) by July. At that point, it is thoeglgt, he road will stop fbr the season, instead of ,eing pushed forward to Snake river; where t was expected to reach at the close of the: eason.-Herald. Yesterday Mr. Geo. Richards, owner of as -stamp mill4 informed us that he intends o go to the Silver creek.country, in a few lays with a view of remnoving his mill to hat point should he be able to make satis tetory arrangements..--Independeet We are informed that Mbssra. Ellis & Da is, one of the leadihgifiims of this, town nd Miles, have contracted with Messrs.. Vilder & Co. for transportation of-all spring. urchases via the Yellbwstone river. The tes from Bismarck to Miles tor e one andi ne-half cents, and to dig Horn two cents er pound. Proportionately 'igher rates ) be paid should the boats succeed in run ing above the Big Horn. I'his, with the Government contracts-annd e busitiess insured to Dr. Laimme's boat, he "Yellowstone," augurs wel :for the tu ure prospects of Eastern Montana, and In ures, almost beyond preadven ture, the sac ssful navigation of the Yellowstone dur ig the present season.-C'ourir. Larabie Bros, met with a loIs last Friday' ght in the death of Widow McMeekin, -ho will be remnemb~-ed as having made er mile in 1:47 at the Helena fair grounds st fall--two seconds the best time ever' nMd1on the tarek. She was eleven years, kd th'is spring. The Widow droppeid a tine I, the cause of her death. The colt last alturday measured 3 ft. 4 inches and girthed l inches around the heart.-New North, .gt. GENERAL NEWS. MO~TREAL, April 19.-Several encoun ýrs occurredl between the Orange Young ritons and Irish Catholics to-day in the -t. As the Britons were marching to hunch this forenoon, a Catholic attempted' o cross through the procession. He was ursued into the Notre Dame Catholic arch, where some fighting occurred. -arles O'Hara, who a.tempted to shut the or on the intruders, was badly beaten. There was more rioting at" 11' to night in Ictoria square. Stone throwing and shoot °' Were in1ulzed in until a posstof polce iive.dI and quelled the disturbance. An rllery, vQluIteer , nuamed., CQelareees.'.a,, some severe wounds, and Policeman Martin was dangerously wounded in the head. Several large plate glass windows were broken. The police are out in strong force and have cleared the streets of the disturb ing element. SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Aptil 19.-Reliable information has just reached here from the interior of the Mexican border stating that an insurrection against the Diaz government is steadily but surely ripenink . It is undbr stood there that Ledro's party are arming the Mexican Indians to renew, raiding, in order to bring matters on the Rio Grande to the former unstable state as regards the United States. The commanding officer of the sub-district of Pecos telegraphs to the department headquarters that' the Mexican Indians are raiding in concert with tle Indi ans from the Fort stanton raservation, who are now on an extensive raid in Texas. SAN A.TONIO, Tex., April 20-Reports reach here that the Ihdian raimrs who cross ed'from Mexico one -weel ago have reached the Fort Ewell sheep settlements andiare sweeping the flocks before them. Several persons are already reported killed.. The river is fordable at all points near iarldo. These raids are not to be confounded with those raiding on the northwestern frontier. ST PETERSBURG, April 2).-The Agence Russe says : If'the news of' the withdrawal of the Russians and British from the vicini ty of Constantihople is authentic, it shows the important phase of negotiations reached under Germany's powerful influence. ROME, April 20,-At the Easter reception of Cardinals th-day, Pope Leo dwelt upon the strength and vitality of the Pontificate. IHevaid the war which had been declared against the papacy from the earliest times contihues with undiminished fierceness. ,Trusting in God, we are ready to carry on the warfare and to uphold the rights of the ohluroh. The pontif concluded by express ing the hope that the erring children would finally submit. .. . . ._, -. .. . THE ANTECEDENTS OF DISEASE. Among the antecedents of disease are in} ertuess in circulation of the blood,. unnrtu rally attenuated condition of the phy ique, indtcatiltg that the life current is deffcient in nutritive properties, a wan haggard look, inability to digest the toodl, loss or, appetites,, sleep and strength, and a sensation ofunnat aural languor. All these 'may be" regarded as among the indicia of approachihg disease, which will eventually attack the system and overwhelm it, if it is not built up anid forti fied in advance. Invigorate, then, without loss of time, making choice of the greatest vitalizing agent extant, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, an elixir which has given health and :to myriads of the sick and debilitated, which is avouched by physicians arind analysts to be pure as well as effective, which is im mensely popular in this country, and eKten sicely used abroad, and which has. been for years past one of the leading medicinal sta ples of America. GOLD AND SILVER STEM AND KEY-WINDING Watches 3, 4, .5 nd 6 oz. cases, All watches full war ranted for one year. All kinds, of Watch repairing done in a-work manlikedmanner, and warranted for one year. Ladies' SAts in SSlid Roman Gold, Camee, Ametla/yst; Coral, Garnet and Pearl. Solid 14 Karat Gold GUARI.' OPERA AND VEST CHAINS, R4OMAN AND PLAIN GOLD NECKLACES, LTOCKETS. CROSSES, FINGER' AND EAR RINGS. STUDS, S.LEEVE BUTTONS, ETC. *Solid Silver and Plated Forks, Spoons, etc . FIELD AND SPY GLASSES Of the best French manufacture. Special pains taken in fitting Spectacles and Eye Glasses, to secure a glass suited to the eye. Orders from the ca trv filled with care. Watches and other goods Wt Tfor selection on receiving satisfac tory retlerdnce:t. W. G. BAILEY, STALLIONS AT Willowburn Ranch! SEASON OF 1878. LOUIS PHILIPPE! (No. 283, P. N. S. B.) PERCHERON-NORMAN. Diipple grey; 16 hands high; weight, 1.600 lis: A horse of extraordinary muscular developnment and iThe action. Imported from La Perche, Francei Wtil serve at $40 the season. "VIDAL" (No2 481, P. N. S. B.) PERCHERON-NORMAN. Dapple grey; 17 hands high; weight, 1 750 lbs. Is a true picture of the heavier type of the Percher on horse. Imported from La Perche, Fracce. Will serve at $46 the season. "MINGO" 7-8 PERCHERON-NORMAN. Dapple grey; 16 1-2 hands high_ weight, 1.700 pounds. No mares will be taken f0r this horse the present season. "Rob Roy." Bright bay; 15-1-2 hands high; weight, 1,400 lbs. Sired by imp. Fortune, dam a fineOregon mare. Will serve at-.$0 the season. A Fine* Maltese Jack Wil serve at $20 the season. 1Mires notprbving in foal can be returned thfrfol lowing season. All bills must be settled before the reioval of mares. Good pasturage furnished for mares from a dis tance, and caretaken of stock, but all accidents and escapes at owners' risk. Season begins May 1st, and ende'Aiugust 1st. Oe and Two Year Old Perh'eron Colts for Bale. Address JAMES I.TMlUDIN, Salisbury, Madison Co., Mon.4 I THE .THOROVGHBRED STALLION, "DACOTA." This fine thoroughbred stallion will make the sea son at RAIADER'S RA1YCH, near Camp Baker, From-April 15.to July 15,; at $20ofor the Season; $30 to insure; Good pasturagetffiished at $2 per month, at the owner's risk. TERMS.: CASH V'! CLOSE OF SEASON. This is an opportuWity never before offered in this county to secure the services of sovtd Iblo te ani1 mel at such low rates. The following is a certified copy of pedigree': NxIw YoR., April 25, 1877. Dacota, grey hbrse; foaled 1868: bled byJenja min F. Pettitt. -Kentucky; iy Lightning; danm Tl/amis, by Austerlitz-; heby inl. Yorkshire; daim Topaz by imp. Glenebe; 2d ant Thetis, by imp. Sovereign; 3d datn"M ry Th mas, by imp. Consul; 4th dslm Parrott, by-Jtindolph's Roanoke; 5th dent Parfquet, by imp. Merrylieid; 6th dam imp, Mare, by Ilish Popinjay; 7th dam Bourbon's dam by Precipitate; 8th dati, by Highfli'er; 9th dam I'if tany, by Eclipses -0th dam Yotug Hlag, .by bkint 11th dam Hag, by Crab; 12th damp Ebony, by Fly ing Childers; 13th dam Ebony, by Basto; l4thd.am the Massey nmroe, by Mr. Massey's Black barb. Bruce's Americ'n Stud Book, Vbl. 3. 1, S. D. Bruce; editor and author of the Ameri can Stud Book,- do certify the above pedigree of Dacota to be true and correct.' Given under niyb hand this 25th day of April, 1877. S. D. IltvcE. ]8-3m SMITH BRON. WALTER W. DeLAOY, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR ITEL'NA. M. T. Root's Garden M aratt For'1878,. Full of Instruction on Gardening Topfc's; and price list of CHOICE SEFDS, sent for 10 cents, allowed on first oderoroSeeds. Address, 8 ~ JB-..IROOT, fockford, Ul. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. The Most Attractive Pleasure Re sort in Montana. A HEALING ASYLUM FOR THE AFFLICTED. Old (,ironic Diseases treated with medical skill; and permanent cures effected. Board, and fees for medical attendance, reason able: Te.tis, Cash. WM. PARBERRY, M. D., 44-tf Proprietor. G.. A. KELLOGG, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYO9R HELENA. M'. '~ A. J.. DAVIDSON,. Manufacturer of and dealer inw SADDLERY AND HARNESS BRIDLES. WHIPS HALTERS COLA RS, And everything pertaining to the trade. GENUINE CONCORD HARNESS Al*ayF'it stock'i JI;pairiig Done' at Short IXotice, And Prices lower thhn ever before charged in the Territory. HIDICE, WOOL, PELTRIES and FURS Bought, for which the highest market price will be paid. NO. 2 HOLTER'S BLOCK, HELENA N. T. CIEW THE CELEBRATED "MATCHLESS" WOOD TAG PLsUG TOBACCO. The Pioneer Tobaeco Company, New Yorff BOdston and Chicago. Pi~ibkly Pear House, H. H. OLARK, Proprietor. This new lotet is situated upon the Bozeman road. six and a half miles from Helena. It is well kept, and capable of accommodating the traveling public in the most approved manner. KLEINSCHMIDT & BRO. Cor. Iakzin and Edwaad Sta., Helena, . . .. . Montana. WIIOLESALE-AND RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PR.OVISION S. Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Lard, B con; DRIED FRUITS, Canned Goods, Etc., Itte. FACY ant STAPLE GROCERIES, Of'Every Desaription. CotMprising in all the largest and most complete '0tiolesale stock' il Montana. GRAIN ANI" IOTJUR ' BOUGIFI' AND SOLD. Freighters' and Forwarders' Rates1 Given to all parts of the country. Apply to Klein schmidt & Bro., Helena, or to their branch house at:FertoBente- . 9.