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J lnin Abascal, Esq., who came from tto Wednesday met one of the Utah rthert surveying party who had been in toe and was going toward Brown's idge to meet the rest of his party, now iumably surveying in that vicinity. lie Utah Northern now reaches Oneida 7:40'0 pi. . and the Montanai coaches start rth lnl hour after, arriving here at 6 to 7 u*. o the third day, lna:kilng the stage a Troin Onaela two days and 22 hours. isis shortening up of traveling time 14 tis, aid by close coinec3tioni gives as tern imail one day later. It is rumored at train will soou be put on tlhe Utah rthern which will still imiaprove matters. elve hours might be saved if the U'ah rti erl connected close at Ogden instead ying over night.--New Nh'orth West, on. V. E. Bass caume down last Monday i, s he has rtceatly returned from a trip Sthe new.roadt, we interviewed him as ispr:ctical utility as a highway. When Bass started on his return trip he ship Spart of his g )ods by the old route, and s..rted upon the new one with the re ider. Tie recent Indian scare up the y preven ted theo completion of the road ither side of the line, and he was coin d to stop and construct roads for the ige of his freight, yet notwithstanding detention, Mr. Bass has already beeil a week, :and has hea, d no news what of his treight via the old route. He ks, everything considered, the Bannack is about two weeks shorter for Mis t county freighters than the old one, soutian. e steamer .Batchelor on her last trip Miles City took on board 5,000 lbs. ool raised on Tongue river by Mr. ge Miles, who hias 1,500 sheep on his fifteen miles froin Miles City. entlentlnn from Minnesota has been in sever;:l days this week"looking over round with a view to locating a (istill i this place, Ile has examined the cries at Sprin.g Hill and Helena, both ich are lying idle, and having -been d the one at Spring Hill on favorable lie will ii all probability, commeuce. tions in this county. If lhe can secure le locationaand buildings in town he en out here; if not, at Spring 111il. iticr. learned yesterday from' Mr. P. Lang hat he was informed by Captain Pen nat an examination of Wallace's battle d proved that seventeen bucks and naw had been killed.-lndependent. Fair ground of ihe A. M. & 8. Asso of Eastern Montana- is rapidly ap ing complettion. The fences have wilt in good style, and the track is id to be in splendid condition. lony of imniigranuts-all of one tam ection, from Lynn county, Missouri, route to West Gallatin 'valley, They y railroad to Ogden, and thence by ,wn conveyances, requiring twenty gons and teams for the out-fit.Bonme rs of the lamily--Lay--have been re for some time on West ,Gallatin. f Tanes.. FOREIGN NEWS. >oa, August 10.-It is said there is reason for believing that the English ent intends to gain a footing in the dl of Asia Minor. Scanderson Port, po, is said to be the probable object it. The Sultan has telegraphed itoria asking British mediation to advance of the Austrian army. It hat the British governmnent declines iene. Three thousand Mohamtne eman have aPDeared in the north part of Bosnia. ", August 9.--The Russians have OQ.upy Varna. A proclamation erzegovinia announcinig that all tWho offer resistancie to the Austri bre tried by drum-head courtmartial. atmio from Rome says that the Pope Council of Cardinals have decided Simarek's proposals. The report. .ontment of Cardinal Nini asiee tale is conlfirmed. ut dl1patch says that Caratheodorl dAtB recived f..sh stbetri atesfit of a conciliatory character and has commu Snicated them to Count Andrassy. It is sta ted that the foreign Ambassadors have in duced the Sultan to withdraw the circular he had prepareld on the Greek question and to substitute oine more concilitory. LoxDool, 'Augist 9.-It is said that the gove'mntIent proploses to give careful consid eration to the adni~nrttiative 'reformns in Asi ati'T1urk'ey. 'Phdi reforms eventually agreed upon with Turkey Would be guaranteed by the treaty. ST. P'TE'rrnsiUhRt, August b.-A dispatch dated 'l'illis, August 21. reports that am ex )ploion had occurred in the iuimie of the fortifications of Kars, resulting in a tire which destroyed the best portion of the city. The Offldial M3essenger to-day dwells upon tle snall material advantages which Ihave accrued to Russah through a misregard by the Berlin Congress of a consideration of 'race in fixing the frontiers. It.says that the task of Russia is now to see that the cutcln sions reached are carried into execution to the smallest point, and that 'if the Porte does not observe strictly the conditions of the treaty, it signs its own sentence. Privy Counsellor and Senator Giers is ap poinlted to the admninistration of the Foreign Office during the temporary absen e (f Gortsclia kolf. MILESTONES ON THE ROAD TO HEALTH. The recovery of digestion and the re sunimption of activity by thie liver, bowels and kidneys are milestones wlich aittilrk our progress-ou the road to health. They speed ily become . perceptible wheti Hlostetter's Stomach Bitters is used ' by the invalid. Nothinig so surely and " expeditiously con sumes the distance to the desired goal. As no bodily function can suffer interruption without impairing the general health of thlle system, so the system can never acquire' perfect vigor, health's symoanym, until that function be actively resumed. ':alle;:for in stance. digestion, a suspension of Which is inmvariably rectillfied, by the Bitters. If the: organs upon which it developes grow weak, billiousness, constipation, head ache, pover ty of the blood, and a hundred other synip tows supervene, which inidicate unmistaka bly the b.tnftl- general intflnence of dyspep sin. The flisappearnee ot all these symup ton.s through tlhe use'bf the- Bttters shows: with what thoroughtless it removes their c('oise. GOLD AND SILVER STEM AND' KEIt-1WNDING Watches 8, 4 5and 6oz. cases, All watches ally *ar-" rqnted for one year. :All kinds of Watch repairing done in a work, manlike manner, and warranted for one year. JEW~ELIRY. -,: Eadies' Sets in Solid Roman. Gold,: Cameo1 Amethyst. Coral, Garnetwand Pearl Sol id 14 Karat Gold GUARD. OPERA AND VEST CHAINS, ROMAN AND PLAIN GOLD NEGKLATik.S, LOCKETS, CROSSlS, FINGER AND EAR RINGS, STU-DS, SLREEVE BUTDTONS, ECO. ItESolid Silver and Plated Forks, Spoons, etc..z-: FIELD AND SPY GLASSES Of the best French manufacoture. Special pains taken in fitting Spectacles and Eye Glasses, to secure a glass suited t4the eye. Orlers from the country filled with care. Watcheland other goods sent for selection on receiving satisfac tory reference. W, G. BAILEY, HEL• ENA. M ,T. SIGN OF THE DIG BOOT; NIOICK MILLEN,, Wholesale and Retail Dealer i.i Boots, Shoes, .Leather and Findiigs., HELENA', MONTANA. My stock for the wholesale and retail trafl Is VERY LARGE:AND COMPLtTE And consists of the best an4d largest assortment of Ladies' Misses' and Children's French Kip;, ebble Goat, )Morocco, Cloth and Calfskip Shoes. Men's Custom-made Fretch and IpEltoot KMpt constantly on band, Also, GUI BOOTS. My stock being purchased fxeuusively for casbh enables me to offeer eax uia autat the way o -10 X HELENA AND WHITE SULPHUR Springs STAGE LINE. TI-RlOUGH in ONI DAY Coaches I Lvoe lelenr on Mondty, Wednesday and Frid(ty of ea wh week, at 5 o'clock a. in., and arrive at the White Sulphur Spring at. 6 p. m. of the same day. Return on I'uesday, 'r'hlrbday anm' Sat urday. OFFICES. Helena--Davis & Wallace. Cany-n Ferry-L. Rotwitt DI)iamond-,L. Miarks. Camp Baker Win. Gadclis. Sulphur Springs--Spenlcer Bros. MARKS & PATTERSON, .f I'roprietrra. TO ADVERTISERS Geo. P. Rowell & Co.'s SELECT LIST OF LOCAL NEWSPAPERS.. Many pers6ris suppose this list to be composed of CHE A P, low-priced ne..plpe-rs. The fact is quite otherwise. '1 he Catalogue ltales exactly what the papers are. When the name of a paer' is printed ti FULL FACE TYPE It is in c% e.ry Instance the IEST paiper ir the place. When plinted ih CAPI TALS it is the ONLY paper In the. ilkco When pritited in lRortan letters it is neither the best nor tihe only piper, but, is ui,.Illy a yery good one, not withs.atidi... T'he list gives the p'nptrlitlon.dof v cry tbwn and the circulation of every ppper. It is not a co-opera'ive list. It seiti'ot a cheap list. ,At the fidt of the Ctatallogue tbi' each State thls imn portant townsi which nre not covered 1~. the list are enumncrated.' It- is an lonest list, The rates chtrfged for adverliiinre are bafply oPCe-flfth the 'piblishers'"chedule' t.."' he price for one inch, four wqeks in the entire list is *535. The regular rates of the papers for the same .tpai'ce nd time are $3, 1836;.35. The list includes 970 rewspal:ers, of which 16i are issued Irrily, and 807 Weekly. T'hey are located in 825 diflfereint cities rand towns, of which 22 are State (i pitals, 328 places of over. 5,00 population, anrd 444 County SMets Lists sent on application. Address, Geo. P Rowell & Co.'s Newspaper Advertisirg Bureau, 10 Spr.uce street, (Printinr House Squgnc'v. New Y'rk. 31 NOT .FAL Catale ila. Ondf ipsgrit ev1r o f s ia c s e ,a 1 i s valjable to AltY PJESOX t guia laS lug the peunhase of any argl cer Sonal Pamiii1 or Agrielulturaftaýe. We have hoe a large trade theoPast s eu in the remote parts of then Ttrrit'i r, and have, with few ex-eptions, exceed, e4 the expectations. of the pruchaser, Many claiming to h• ve .ade a saving of s o to 50 per c1ps We ma l thes .ATAEOGU 1IM O ,AI Y. ADDRES. PREiE, UIiON APPY,.CTlON. Ve sell our goods to allma.pLid at wholesale opraees i ýtuntf ento suit. Refe c e, MONTOAMERY. WARD & 10., Original Gradige+ Supply House, 85? d* 3a 9 Wlbask.'A4 ,, Chicago, N-i. NOTICE TO MINERS. United States Land Offlce, " IIelena., Montana. August10,,?1878. William-J. Sharp,. w'hose' pst i.AtSlUllictalVedY! is Centreville, Meagher coulitnz,- Motitiitlia 'er., has this day fled his appl ication, to entel' tis.agricultural land, under the homne tead tlws, tif fE hilt t' the N E quarter of section Nd. 10, in township No. 5 north, illnige No 2 ea.st, which laiths iits ypended from entry. Notice is hereby given that a he:iriiig .ill be had at this office on the 10th day of Septeinher, A I). 1878, at 10 o'clock a. in., to deterhiiin~. as to the mineral or non-mineral character ot"a.id. tand, and testimony to be used tuport salid heariiig'vill be taken before the Register and tRetleiver on the 16th day of September, A. D. 1878, at 10 o'clock a. m. It is al leged there are no klo\vn miners, nor mining im provements, upon said land. 39 J. H. MOE, Register. N OTICE T1O MI'NERS. United States Land .ifice, Helenl; Montann, A tugust , 878. John Broderick, whosc poet offlice addresi id D't mond City, Mut ghe.a county, M. 'l'.' has, this ditt fIled his applicatntlb to enter :i , igricnlunhtl hid; under the laws, the N half of the l ~ E quarter, the S W un'uiter of the N I quiarter. and the S E q4lniterof the N ' ' quaite of sectTnn No.27, in t)wn-hip No. 8 north, range No. 2 e at, whoich land is susl;enddli frim entr-y. Notice is hereb -given that a hear'ing~ will le hatd atthis ofice on the tt;th day of 9epttmber, A'. D. 1878, at 10 o'elock .. m., to deteriniiie as to the mineral or non-mineral character . tcrl."id land, atd testimony to be u-edlupon laid healinig will hle taken before the Registel''nid heceivie er "i the 1oth lday of Septor~bet., A .. D. 187e,n at t0 o'eloclc : ..n. lais al leged thert are 'fo known miners, nor mining im provements itpon said land. 89 .. 11. MOE, Register. N OTICE 'Tr MINERS. n United State, La.nd tc'lice SHelena, Mon tinim, iipu . 9, 1878. John Link, whfise potst olli e :addie,> i., ).i.:rnitd City, Metigher ctuiat", M. T7 ', nts thit ,lay fthle ni applicatlbn to enter ?2i a': ricultur:ll l-l+id, unlitrt Ili e homestead laws, the.. halt of1 te , tl qt'aritrr a:in the E hlf of.the S W gqfrtier of ,ect inn No 2') in township No. 9 north, f"inge No. 2 easft, wii:hi laind is suspended from entry.. Notice is hereby civen that a hearS..g will he htal at this offce on the 17th day of Septenmier, A D. I '878. it 10 o'clock a.mn , to determine a:t tothe ni'i- I eral or non-mineral character of said latnd ast les- a timony to he used upon said'kparing will be taken 1 before th -Register and Keceice , on the ilth day of Sptemb, A. D. 1878, at 1O 'look p. f It is al lerge l thIe are no known rmi ir nor m ing im, povi i , 1potaaid land.,' THE BEST WAGON ON WHEELS. IS MANUFACTURED BY FISH BROS. & CO. RACINE, WIS. We make every variety of FARM, FREIGHT, AND Spring Wagons, A.d by conflning ourselves strictly to one clas8td wd'tkj by employing none but the BEST OF WORCtKMIEN, Using nothing but First-class Impraved Machinery and the VERY BEST OF SELECTED TIMBEKE And by a thorough knowledge of the business, L have justly earned the reputation of making "The Best Wa0 Aon Wheels" )Ve give thb following warranty with oail w*go'w We Hereby Wair~ant the s181k BR.. WAGON No...... to be well Inadtnip every parti ular and of good material, Add that the strenigth' 0 the same is sum ielesit for a~f work with fair usa1e. Should any breakage oectu; within one year f1Th this date by reason of delective material or wdrk manship, repairs for the.isAme will be furnishe ta place ofSale, free of. charge, or the price of ~ h repairs, as per agent's price' list, will be paidta eash. by the purchaser produeiing a sample of t"e brl en of defective parts as evidence. TITUS W. FISH, EDWIN B. Fmep,, FI8II BROS &. & o1 J. C. HUGG.PS. ) Racine, wis.' Knowing we can suit you we solicit patronua from every section of the Unitqd gtates. Bell for Prices and TeriMs, and for' aiopy of our Agricultural Paper to FISH. BROS. & Co , Racine,, ws. ,.' C. L.· Vawter & Co. AG! NTS, HamLENA, . , . MrONTANA. A. J. DAVIDSON, -ManuI actti 'erf b dhd ilerb Liur >" s·A DLE;·y Ailt0 H AR~NE 8#~ BRIDLDZ5E, W~iHI3B EALcZiSE`l O1~bt~A~&P S, And !ver t'n'en pertblalu'Jg to the trade. GENtUINE-ONCORD HCD IARNES Always In stock. repairing Done at 'Short''N6ttP, And Prices lo'r than ever beeror dharged ' In t* Territory. HIDES, WOOL, PetTR IES and F111 Boqgkt, for which the hIdhest .jniarket urleq will be ialic -. NO.3 > kOLTER'S BLOC*, HELENA M. . (Next door to Wells, Fargo;& Co.) INTERNATIONAL HOTEL; 1ELIENA; MONTANA:' " UnOxielled ndabne,'unobtrausV ýovfon for tea grtlncatcon' of its patrons, eneieat, Epot-s and airy rooms, &On kept 5&ouoly clean, are eofti of charaotekis oI this justly pr RJY A. &s b WEB,, Props, -~ p p.1 kci~uUiJ Nivr~~s, W*t41 Bjrr -