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Prom the Daily Herald of May 22. What lie ThlnKtt or Colorado. L. M. Darr, an oki Montanian, writing to a friend in Helena, under date of May 13th, from Silver Cliff, Colorado, says : " I have been here two days. Outside of four or five minjs, there is nothing yet dis covered here worth mentioning. Only three out of the five can be considered rich, and they are volcanic blow-outs. The ore seems to have been melted and filled every crevice of a gravel bed. Am sinking with my drill, and am down 60 feet The pump is now bringing up some rock showing native silver. There seems to be a bed of conglomerate about five feet thick. Don't know what it will amount to, but don't expect much. Every camp I have visited is very much overrated. The fissure veins are generally very small, A six-inch vein is considered large. I shall stay here a few weeks and then try Leadville. Montana, in my opinion, for mining is worth a thousand of Colorado." - ^ - Personal. —A private letter received from Judge Wade announces the arrival of his party in Chicago on the 13th inst. The trip down the river and overland seemed to have a bene ficial effect upon Mrs. Wade's health, and she was feeling very much better. —Richard P. Roth well, editor of the New York Engineering and Mining Journal , will arrive in Montana in a few weeks for the purpose of becoming personally acquainted with the mining resources of this Territory. We trust he will meet with a cordial welcome, and that our mine owners will use every ex- ertion to furnish him with the required infor- mation. ----- m «« 40» M- m - Mew Agent at Fort Peek. The Senate yesterday confiimed the ap pointment of N. S. Porter, of Nebraska, to be Indian Agent at Fort Peck, Montana, vice Willington Bird, resigned. BREVITIES. —A candy maker who fully understands his business can secure employment of T. F. Bowler & Co., Butte. Mr. T. J. Dunbar, Administrator, will pay a dividend of 50 per cent, to the creditors of the estate of G. H. Campbell, Gallatin City. —Rhoeder, who shot and killed Powell at Glendale, is still at large. It is said that five out of six of the jurymen were in favor of a verdict of justifiable homicide. —The mines around Mt. Pleasant are look ing up, The opinion is ventured by a resi dent of Belmout that they will yet prove the richest in the Silver Creek District. —Our friends in different parts of the Ter ritory will please continue to advise us of their wants in the labor market, and we will make their wants known free of charge. —At last accounts from Bismark, it was thought that Capt. Massie (who had both legs broken by jumping from a wagon, an ac count of which we published Tuesday) would recover, and not lose either leg. We hope so. —Up to the 13th inst. B. F. White had forwarded something over 1,000 tons Montana freight, as he says in a private let ter to Lee Mantle, his agent at this place. At the above date White's warehouses were empty, every pound of freight received hav ing been forwarded.— Miner. —Jesse Taylor and son, Wallace, started yesterday to receive and brand their cattle, purchased early in the Spring in Madison and Beaverhead counties. They have located a ranch of 800 acres on the Teton, about thirty miles from Benton, and will drive their stock to the Teton range. Their purchases, we believe, amounts to 3,500 head. The Messrs Sands Bros, are the principal owners of the cattle, Taylor & Son owning an interest and taking the whole band on shares. —The Independent learns that Chas. V ivi an and wife are playing in "H. M. 8. Pina fore" in St. Louis, and that they will visit Montana this summer. A statement went the rounds of the Montana press last fall to the effect that Vivian was in the Penitentiary for life for killing his wife, and we had never beard anything to the contrary. But, if our neighbor is correctly informed, Mrs V. is still in the land of the living, Charles is not liehind the bars, and they ** Both go jogging along together." —The Miner's Glendale correspondent says : " During the last two weeks a large number of pilgrims have arrived at Glendale, among which are a number of the gentler s 'X, and in consequence thereof no one can form an idea of the change that has already taken place. Old '49-ers, that have lived in the mountains for the last thirty years on bread and bacon, and slept on the ground, can now be seen on the street harnessed in store clothes, with biled shirts, winding their way to the most fashionable hotel in town, where they go to learn how to use a napkin and eat soup with a fork. There ain't a man in Glendale over 20 years old. On Sunday evening we saw one of these would-be young bucks so much surprised by being asked how he came to leave Alder gulch in '68,' that he adjusted his wig, swalluwed half a set of false teeth, and then swore be was a school boy in Missouri at that time. And nobody doubted bis word in the least." A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF VICE'S flower seeds, Just received and for sale at WEIR A POPE'S Drug Ster». From the Daily Herald of May 23. Fourth of July Committee. A meeting to take into consideration the celebration of the Fourth of July, met at the U. S. Land Office. The meeting organized by electing A. Sands, Chairman, and James W. Hathaway, Secretary. On motion, a committee consisting of Messrs. T. H. Kleinschmidt, Ches. Travis, aud Geo. Booker, was appointed to wait up on the citizens for subscriptions and to re port at the next meeting. On motion a vote of thanks was tendered Messrs. Moe and Sterling for the use of their office. On motion the meeting adjourned to meet at the same place on Wednesday evening next, May 28. A. SANDS, Chairman. Jas. W. Hathaway, Sec'y. Personal. —Mr. J.H. Welsher, ye landlord at White's Gulch, is visiting Helena. —The South Bend Tribune , May 14th, says: " Chief Justice Wade, of Montana, with his family, is in the city visiting his rel atives Mr. and Mrs. Colfax. He will also visit at the family home in Ohio." —Mr. F. M. Wilson, the Herald's travel ing agent and correspondent, is in the city He has made a most satisfactory canvass of Gallatin county, adding nearly a hundred new subscribers to the already large circula tion of the Weekly Herald in that county Mr. Wilson will next week visit Butte. BREVITIES. The Meagher county miners complain of a scarcity of water. If these rains continue they will soon be happy. —The editor of the Herald in this issue tells our readers what he kuows about the Yo Semite Valley, California. —The Herald Bookbindery has just turned out thirty-eight bound volumes of the Territorial newspapers for the Historical So ciety of Montana. In this way, and in this way only, can they be preserved and be of any use for reference. —The citizens of Smith River valley have made up a purse of $100 to purchase a sword for Lieutenant Loder to show their apprécia tion for his gallant conduct in killing the war party of Sioux on the Musselshell a short time ago.— Husbandman. —The Courier is informed that a gentle man left the Mammoth Hot Springs on the 7ih inst. for a trip through the Geyser coun try. He intends following closely the Norris road and will go out by Henry's lake to Vir ginia City. It looks a little early to be "do ing" the National Park, but there is but little, if any, snow in that portion of the country. —A colony of twenty-five persons from Chippewa Falls, Wis., left here this week for the Musselshell river, Montana, where they will engage in stock raising. S. F. Morse, President, and A. R. Barrows, Secretary of the company, have their families along. On Monday two car loads of their wagons and live stock left for the terminus of the U. & N. R. R., where more wagons and work cat tle will be purchased, W. 8. Powell was in charge of the van-guard. Among their other possessions, this party took up with them a number of short-horn Durham cattle.—Ogden Freeman , 9 th inst. ** ««*►> ►» Prom the Dally Herald of May 24. Au Accident. Young Master Guy B irdwell this afternoon placed a lighted match in a partially filled can of coal oil which exploded and burned his face and head in a shocking manner. It is thought by Dr. Ingersoll, the attending phy sician, that he will not lose his eye-sight and that while his injuries are severe he will ulti mately recover. Bad Accident at Jefferson. Yesterday morning, at Jefferson City, Miss Staffana Freiler, daughter of Casper Freiler, aged 26 years, met with an accident which caused her death. She was working in the smoke house when her dress canght fire, and before the fire could be extinguished she was burned so badly that death soon epsued. The funeral will take place at Jefferson to-mor row, Sunday, afternoon, at one o'clock. Per won HI. —Col. L. M. Black has returned from Butte. — U. S. Bank Examiner, N. P. Langford, is on the West side, and will arrive in Helena next week. —John J. Healy, business manager of the Benton Record , is canvassing the city in the interests of his wide-awake paper. —Mr. Frank Bateman, foreman of the Northwest Co.'s Mill, Philipsburg, is visiting his friends in Helena, after an absence of three years. He finds a great change in the appearance of the city, and but little change in the scores of personal friends who cor- dially welcome him to his old home. He returns to Phillipsburg next week. In the Trout mine, at the 400-foot level, a rich body of ore has been struck, but the width of the vein at that point is not yet known. The rout is now the deepest mine developed and woi Red in the Territory. ---—I l — l ■€——----- THE HOLMAN LIVER PADS AND PLASTERS For s- le at WEIR A POPE'S Drug- More. 5vw ROYAL » S3 POWDER Absolutely pure—made from Orape Cream of Tartar, imported exclusively for this Powder from the Wine aisirict in France. Always uniform and wholesome Sold only in cans by all grocers. A pound can mailed to any add'ess, postage paid, on receipt of 60c>nta. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 171 Duane street, New York. Most cheap powders contain ai am ; dan gerous to health ; avoid them, especially when offered loose in bulk. BREVITIES. —Martin M. Holter will this summer build an elegant residence on the east side of Rod ney street, the second lot above Broadway. The location is considered one of the very best in the city. —Mr. R. B. Horton has been appointed and received his commission as postmaster at Stone Station, Deer Lodge county, to take the place of the Emmittsburg office, discon tinued some time since. —The Holler Bros, are building a neat cottage residence on Broadway, east of Rod ney street. It has been leased by Mr. Geo. E. Boos, the foreman of the Herald Book bindery, whose family will arrive from Chi cago next month. —Messrs. Con Kobrs and Michel Oxarat started their band of 1,700 head of cattle from Deer Lodge for Cheyenne, via Soda Springs, on Tuesday. Mr. Kobrs has also 1,200 head of steers on the Sun River range with which Thos. Hogan w ill start, going via the Yel lowstone and across the Crow reservation.— North - West. IlyGrnnllc Hose, Rubber end till Cloth in if ni Red need Prices. We have a large line of Cotton Duck and hand-sewed Hydraulic Hose of the very best quality, which we sell at greatly reduced prices; and owing to arrangements with rail road and express companies we are daily in receipt of the latest styles of Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods. wlm-apl* GREEN HOOD, BOHM A CO ■ ■ -- Cows Wanted. Wanted to buy—thirty or forty young milch cows, or heifers with their first calves. Ad dress "W., M care Herald office, Helena. Give price per head (with calves) delivered in Prickly Pear Valley. d&wtf-apl8 NEW STORE! HEW ROODS! STYL. ER! NEW Ladies', Misses', anl Children's Spring Hats ; Rib bons, Flowers, Feathers. Plumes, and Ostrich Tips; ornaments lor the hair, and a large assortment of Trimmings. The undersigned offers a large and entirely new stock r*t go kIs to the ladies of Helena and vicinity, and respectfully solicits a share of their i atronago. dlm&w2t-ap30. MARY O'CONNELL. REMOVAL OF CHAS. MARKHAM'* SADDLE AMD HARNESS SHOP. The undersigned desires to announce to his cus tomers and the general public that he has purchased the fine fire-proof building on Main street, two doors below the First National Bank, and removed hia store thereto. Now on hand a full line of Harness, Sad dies, Bridles, Whips, and everything appertaining to the business. Give me a call at my new quarters. d&w2w-myS CHAS. MARKHAM. Sad Havoc ia Croalcd Among the t nan to of the mouth by allowing im purities to collect npon their surface or in their in terstices. SOZODONT removes every vestige of tartar from the teeth, and renders their prem tare decay impossible. It not only imparts to them whiteness and vigor, but communicates hardness and rosiness to the gams. The breath acquires a most acceptable fragrance from its use; it is a purely botanic liquid, and may be relied on to accomplish its beautifying effe ts without-injuring the enamel like a gritty tooth paste. Druggists and perfumers sell it. d£w9w-my9 - ^ I —I w m --- - ^ I —I w m --- Public bale. Foht Shaw, M. T., April 15.1879. The United State« will se>l at public auct'on at Fort Shaw, M. T., at 10 o'c ock a. m., on May 20th, 1879,. a lot of condemned property, consist 1 'ng of 9 horses. 3 mules, 1 ox, ambulances, wagons, axes, spades, pick axes, stoves, rubber blankets, overcoats, &c. FRANCH B JONES, w4t-apl7 1st Lieut. 3d Inf., A. A. Q. M. --— ■« iwi »• m - THE CENTAUR E1 N I N METS. Tbe Centaur Liniments are of two kinds The White is for the human family ; the Yellow is for horses, sheep, and other animals. Testimonials of the effects produced Dy these remarkable Prepara tions are wrapped around every bottle, and may be procured of any druggist, or by mail from the office of THE CENTAUR COMPANY, 46 Dey Street, New York City. wly-janl7 Our Samples (Own Make) of Book binding are now to be seen at the Herald Counting Room. ————_________ _ WEI DE MEYER'» CATARRH CURE. For pale at IYEIK A POPE * Drug klare. OPEN AND READY FOR INSPECTION ! We beg to inform our friends, customers, and the public, that the greater portion of our Spring Shipment is now in our store. We display HANDSOME DKESS MATERIAL. ELEGANT DIS ESS SILK* ELEGANT DRESS SiLKs, ELEGANT DREkS MLK*. BEAUTIFUL DOLMAS*. BEAUTIFUL DOLMAS*. BEAUTIFUL DOLMAS*. BEADY MADE COSTUME*, HEADY MADE COSTUME*. BEADY MADE COSTUME*. HANDSOME DRESS MATERIAL. HANDSOME DRESS MATERIAL. STYLISH SUMMER SILKS. STYLISH SUMMER SILKS. STYLISH SUMMER SILK*. ZEPHYR SHAWLS AND CIRCULARS. ZEPHYR SHAWLS AND CIRCULARS. ZEPHYR SHAWLS AND CIRCULARS. CALICO SUITS AND WRAPPERS. CALICO SUITS AND WRAPPERS. CALICO SUITS AND WRAPPERS. PERCALE AND LINEN SUIT*. PERCALE AND LINEN SUIT* PERCALE AND LINEN SUIT* MISSES AND CHILDREN'S SUITS. MISSES AND CHILDREN'S SUITS. MISSES AND CHILDREN'S SUITS. LADIES AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. LADIES AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. LADIES AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. ELEGANT NECKWEAR AND RUCH1NGS. ELEGANT NECKWEAR AND RUCHINGS. ELEGANT NECKWEAR AND RUCHINGS. NOVELTIES IN HOSIERY. NOVELTIES IN HOSIERY. NOVELTIES IN HOSIERY. CURTAIN LACES AND SHADES. CURTAIN LACES AND SHADES. CURTAIN LACES AND SHADES. TABLE AND BED SPREAD*. TABLE AND BED SPREAD*. TABLE AND BED SPREAD*. BODY AND TAPESTRY CARPETS. BODY AND TAPESTRY CARPETS. BODY AND TAPESTRY CARPETS. THREE-PLY AND INGRAIN CARPET*. THREE-PLY AND INGRAIN CARPET*. THREE-PLY AND INGRAIN CARPETS. FLOOR OIL CLOTH AND MATTING. FLOOR OIL CLOTH AND MATTING. FLOOR OIL CLOTH AND MATTING. And a Thousand and one Other Articles too Numerous to Mention. HYDRAULIC PUCKandHOSE IN ALL NUMBERS FLOUR SACKS, WOO L SA CKS, AND SACKING. With new goods yet to arrive, customçrs will find something new and attractive almost daily. Onr prices will compare favorably with any establishment west of the Missouri river. SANDS BEOS RALEIGH & CLARKES have just received Black and < ol ___ ored Silks, Summer Silks, Brocade Silks, very fashionable, Trimming Silks and Satins, all colors, Black Al pacas, Mohairs, Merinos and Cashmeres, all grades and prices, De Beiges Bombazines, Poplins, Tartine Plaids, Salerno Süks, Denteille Damasse, Satin Royale, Damasse Mohair, Grenedines. Silk Pongees, Wasentin, and Lace Bunting, Beaconsfield and Pinafore Cloth, Paris Novelties, Ceara, Snowdrop, Chesenook, Angola, Broderies, Farnsworth, and Percy Suitings, Pacific Plain Alpacas, Poplins, and Fancies, a laige and elegant line. Ginghams, Chambrays, Lawns and Percales, at very low prices. RALEIGH & CLARKES have just received elegant Black _____ _ and Colored Silk Costumes, Combi nation Suits, Cloth and Cashmere Suits, a nice line of Knickerbocker, Linen, Foulard and Calico Suits, very handsome garments, nicely made and trimmed, Repp, Cashmere and Calico Wrap)>ers, Childs and Misses Suita, etc., etc., All wool Summer Shawls in fancy styles and colors, Zephyr and Chenille Shawls. In this Department we take especial pride, and are gratified to state it meets with universal favor by the ladies. N 11 — 11 lil 11 111 h 1 iy 1 ei ______ R ATTTIIII Sr flfi ADW 6 have just received a magnificent AAlllllUil 06 ( UilAUfUJU stock of white and colored Ham burg and Swiss Edgings and Insertions, Breton, Guipure, Cluny, Valen ciennes, Duchesse, Italian, Smynia, Torchon, Yak, Brabant, Dubarrv, Tus can, Byzantine and Russian Laces, Cash's Magic Ruffling, Child's Caps. Bibs, Aprons, etc. ; beautiful line of Neck Kuching, Ladies' Scarfs, Bows, Fienus, Collars and Cuffs, very extensive assortment, Piques, Lawns, Nainsooks, Mulls, etc., etc. ; white and colored Table Linens, Crashes, Napkins and Towels, a large stock and attractive puces. A very elegant line of Ladies', Misses' aud Child's Muslin Underwear. We are now prepared to furnish wedding trousseaus complete, and particularly request orders for the same. RALEIGH & CLARKES have received a tremendous stock ___________of Notions and Fancy Goods. Spe cial attention is directed to our stock of Buttons, numerous novelties and styles, Fringes and Trimmings, Ribbons in handsome new effects, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, large variety, and Kid Gloves in 2, 3,4and 6 but tons, all shades and sizes, at astonishingly low prices. A superb line of Corsets, in very popular brands. In Hosiery we exhibit a beautiful assort ment of Ladies', Misses' and Child's White and Colored Hose, in Cotton, Merino, Lisle Thread, Balbriggan and Silk, Lisle and Tinted Silk Mitts and Gloves, very elegant, Ladies' Gauze and Merino Underwear, etc., etc. have constantly in stock a mammoth assortment of Staple Goods, full and In many lines we offer decided RALEIGH & CLARKES complete, and marked at States prices, m many bargains, and it; behooves every family ^desiring to economize in their pnr chases to give us a call. Parties residing out of town can order with per fect safety, with the «assurance that every care and attention will be gi vtM > them. RALEIGH & CLARKES.