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NEW NORTH- WEST.
Jik. IL mllis - . * dltor,
3b3tI IS sE CITYT,RIAT, s*. to.
TIlEB Cd PITA L RUBSIrT.
Governor Ashley. nn August Stet, tased
prutclaatlon daclnrlag James M. COsas
uogh the Delegate e~ect, and Virgiala City
to be the seat of government of Montana
Tefitory. lI be pebl ers publllhes both,
but tie (eas and ner.l. publish only the
one cosmernug Mr. Cavanaugh. Therovuras
from Chateau county were, we learn from
good autbority, grossly Irregular, they hav
lng no signatlrs. whatever. The unlooked
for majority rolled up in Madison, is ac
counted for as follows: It was deemed by
Virginians that If the correct majority was
paldlshed, Helena would keep on voting and
getting in returns until the Virginia vote
wna surpassed. So the correct returns were
withheld, a lesser majority reported, and on
the returns all being placed in the hands of
the Canvassing Iuard,.onsistingof Governor
Ashley, Secrelary Scrilmer and General
liowie-probably all favorable to Helena
it transpired that Madison had really polled
a majority of nearly 1.900 against Helena,
while but 1,900 or 1.100 were previously re
ported, giving Virginia a majority of (01
votes. If honest, and it is cla~od to be. it
was capitally done. -the hest managed little
affair of the kind we have heard of-and
Virginis can afford to jubilate over it, even
if Helena doss regard it as " dirt." Helena
did not need the Capital; Virginia just now
could scarce afford to lose it; the location
of the Railroad line next year will have a
wonderful weight in determining where it
should go, and meantime nobody, that we
know of, is seriously damaged by the Terri
torhdl government of Mitmoan sitting on the
ame seat it has occupied for years.
The first durry of excitement over the Ex.
ecutive appointments of Auditor. Treasurer
and Superintendent of Public Instructton
has subsided. Col. Fisk Auditor, demanded
the books, papers, etc.. of the incumbent,
Capt. Rogers, and the latter declined to sur
render possession. It will now, probably,
be tested by application to the Court for a
writ compelling their delivery, or, possibly,
the matter will rest for a time and the Gov.
ernor call a slession of the Legislature. when
the squabble will be fought over between
the Governor and CounciL Webelleve both
,eers. Fisk and Frary have accepted their
appolutmeemt. The appolatee for Superin.
tendent, las. H. Mills, has declined. The
reasons therefor were given in the letter to
the Executive, declining the appointment.
From the tone of the Gatsse,and the num
ber of attorneys we learn are retained, the
incambent Auditor and Treasurer propose
to contest the case stoutly, and the appoiat.
mare equally in earnest. The main points
Lnvolved are, whether or not Hog.
en and Barclay were legislated out of oace
August 3d; whether or not the Governor
can make vacancies by new appointment
duringarecessof the Conll; and Whether or
not, If he has that power, his qlppointees,
even in ee* of a vacancy, can assume the
dauties ofoafce before oonfrmed by theCoun.
eli. Popular foeling will cool down a little
daraing the tedious slowness of the ponder
ons judicial machine, and the reveues will
be collected and disbursed, pretty much the
same, whether it is done by en belonging
to one party or the other, One thing lacer
OVZB0 FHO 4 LE.&IXNDBBR
Governor Ashley arrived on Monday's
Cseah and took up his quartes at the Sott
Noeso. At about Of o'clock in the evening
he was the recipient of as impromptu sere
sade. and, shortly after, appeared on the
balcony of the Hotel and was introduced to
the assemblage by Dr. Mitchell. Thanking
tha- present fuor the courtesy thus shown
him, he eupressed his delightat the manifesat
Impovement notleeable in Deer Lodge since
his tormer visit nla '4; declared his inten
tion to permsanently Identify hinpself with
the Trritory,aad to familiariehluself with
t by visiting every camp and valley; be,
lieved it to be fertile and inhatbtable; shoullI
endeavor to not only disabuse the Eastern
_ind of the errors into which it had falle
!i regard to the climate and oil of ontaoea,
but Intended to write a paper for translation
and by that moas, Induce thelardy foreign
agricultemlists to oame sad cultivate these
those of any other Territory or State. From
his old ongfatIoeal District, tIn Ohio, he
espected to bring one hundred a amuss, and
eaoonime them in oea of our vallee, which
nee ldid not yet kane, bet Imncad to
aiter Root In other Diastriets i Ohio.
on making tamlana their permanent horsn
itioally, al knew his, pedle.4s; the
party whose Interesm he nad sered It Con
gw, he si adhered to, and alwa s hoped
to; blt these wamuOse m y w bhe should
not, In his capacity as xseesle of the
Territory, atruhe ass wit n psrta s tor
the tbeneft of the saergl Intelests of the
people of ,,otaes Jalaws euseid os
our statute books Eler the pep. the
sgist or the oaom ef tel i.lnOha
sutates meat do sway with tbems px elue
u pe(r i.ous charters fL r the el
ol hides ,le; I.am ef 1llt Imgdo
bssemateqd see.4 beq Itamine
seruas uegii n5. asne aSl ethedohits
SCapil- gi l_ r . III neapy
...a..s.. w ..he.w.. ael r hes,
ired thMte '1e.rnE ls m b maeo
hosent O a seniru~fi dyhb gr a ss
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The Territoerl Pair leginsI Heleaep
temper Sth. Wiat sbowa. g will Der
Ltrad Mnisoek e anties make at t)e
exhition Dbeer Lodge has Iae stock,
Missoula agricltwma prodaets that, at least,
will empare favomlbly with those of any
other portion of the Territory. We know
of eoe et oer West-siden who wil pialar
tides In competition, but their number is too
limited. It is thought by some that Lewis
and Clark county will have sech a prepon
deranee in the Pair that our offerings will be
insigniicant. Certainly Lewis and Clark
will be well represented. That is right. The
less we put In competition the greater will
be the disparity. It is suggested. too, that
the awards will be partial to Lewis and
Clark. We don't believe it. It we believed
5tHh were the case, we would say "stay
out." This same feeling existed in regard
to the World's Fair at Paris. America made
a peuuariouappropriatkn, sent over spaltry
product. illed onlyone fot th of the l!mited
space allotted her, and took more first pre
mlums in impotlant .ractical m mnutacture-,
than any other country. Hundreds of our
people will attend the Fair, and the high ap
prciation we have of the Western Slope,
could leest be conveyed to the Atlantic
Slopers by sh.wing substantial ceause in the
exhibition. These enmpesitive displays are
an instigation to excel. CoAmpring uethods
of culture, and -results; getting acqualnted
with rival prodacers. and gathering Infor
mation from each other, are advantages of
fered in no other way. It is a bad scaon,
truly; but withal, theexhildtions from Dorr
Lodge this year should largely exceed those
of last, and the way to do it is not to wait
to see what others will do-enter the lists
TIIlE LOON CREEK MINES.
We have given our readers such informs
tion as we could obt sin of this new Idaho
excitement. We aprposed doing so, believ
ing that oacith man's judgment, with thedear
experience of Sun River, Salmon, Sweet
water and White Pine, would lead toconsid
erate re.lection before packing trape and
seeking the source of the golden glare, too
often a chimera The information is cumu
lative that there is goll in Loon Creek; that
there is a greatdeal of it; thathere is plenty
of water; that it oets a great deal to open
ground; that the stampede has been immense
from Idaho, and the ground, so far as pros
pected, all taken up; that, in fact, thecoun
try is already over-crowded with miners and
merchants, and a great nmany arecoming out
to cheaper winter quarters, where they are
sure st est of a lriving. This we believe to
be true. Very little will or a be done at
Loon Creek this autumn. Next season it
may be a good camp. But nesxtseas n, pro
vided there is water, there will not be half
miners enough in Montana to work the
ground now opened and covered with b ditches.
So, If you have enounh to goto Loon Creek.
you have enough to stay in Montans, and
the chances are one hundred to one that
next season you will have better opportuni
ties here than there. Don't be foolish now.
Take a good look before you leap, and save
tvelling espenses, hardship and remo .,
A ROAD NBDJID.
" The highways of country a the mea
.re of their dvlisation." This being so,
the d at Ull speaking of us having "a
kind of canned dcivlfl ston" i this rgions.
Is somewhat drmeaed. But with our rand
valley highways, we have some bad moun
tan country. The last located roads are
not always oa the best eagiaeering line, and
even whem they are the sobsequent location
of new camps renders changes necessary.
An Instance of this is Bighland. An eseel
lent valley reed leads fom Deer Lodge to
Batte City. Fom thereto Highiand isoaly
twenty miles by tral over a good country,
and where camps are springing up. Bt the
wagon road leads from Bute, twepty miles
towuad JeRferseon , and theeasstarti g backat
an acute a*gle it is eight aor aies to High
land over very rough country. Now, par
tes at Betteoffer to build the twenty mile
diect wagon road between igiland and
Butte for $I,t . It reduces the distance to
Deer lodge, the county set, to U miles;
avoids te toll rod, wil give a good whiter
eal, with but one consideranle hill to go
over between Bute and Highland. The
other can be graled around. High.and hus
S00people. Itsto the advantageof altit
have it bulL Highlad is interested; Hunt
lay will sve eight nle's of his route between
Deer Lodge and Virginia; Deer Lodge mer
chats are hterested. and would it not be
well O the County Commslesoner to con
sider the psopriey of astisng abort, good,
di.rea, few ra o one of the smted and
heavy tns paying towns! As it standesow
Heless is murs aaeeslble from Hi.gh.nd.
in the winter, then W Ler Lodg Build this
read and tie terms will be rerapl. ,os
tomeB won't climb geased puls- togt l
oma stoes it they ca walk in,4sievu r.
DArAH or svXarTr r
aA sg eratr
By the death ot Osseaml aries Seem
sty at War, the anemry eseeaat ks
best yongives, and tie Ad *enk *a
eanur stetns. ee wars a ident at Glam,
of be ability sdd I Inm-sba sllld fl e
nllstm p-emis. When menmt Aae
star seek in esesn n t be malde bsend s
skti at staff, whl& pbaler.fi emigpled
unill tih lu . mlI -.he (-lw n - i .--d
o tll,,,0ag&, uhis4k h hs "-- st
olas.relru1 tbb b Masih a pa ge atim
arie ns inm see.o.d ne .....l s.
oass 1 , wmuthe aW > ud t d
if y rome egb5.Meas~drSbed
-n - -ps~....a. ag 4~a
Ltgoan NnNW ANW
As no oe from
apything to your and
that we, in common yith other
of the Territory, should be reprsentsed In
and through yer per, I have a med thes
position of p i-dadest, f slt f ti. ib
ig, fuor .i.Pl pMago*f9 Si WLagCak
news as this section adods,
PAMKIIO, CUors, 3W.
The framsers geneally have finished bar
vesting their aups, and mny of them are
now busily engaged in threshlUg out their
grail. The grain erp of this esuntysar
ed much from the extreme drouth, bhst a
fair quantity of grain will mevertheless be
produced-enough for home oesumptian
and to spare. The rop of vegetables of all
kinds. Is abundant, and melons, tomatoes,
cucumbers, and, In fact, vines and vegeta
bles of all kinds are still green sad aourish
leg, no freot having yet fallen to e.ect
of all kinds is fair, and from the n.merous
stores and saloons opening out in dilerent
parts of the county, I should Judge It to be
better than it was this time one year ago.
has bommeneed arriving. Soma time since
thirteen families arrived here from the
" Webfoot Nation," bringing with them
several young ladles, a very desirable ac
quistion to the society of this country. 'tle
parties have ulected localities In the Bitter
Root Valley, and have brought with them
a large amount of stock, and purpose to be
eme permanent citinens, anl to engage in
farming and stock naising. It will be ts a
short time before Misoula will claim to be
in the literal sense of the word, the '" Cow
County" of the Territory. Several other
families have also arrived, having come the
"plains across," coming in by Ban.ack and
into the head of the Bitter Root Valey. I
believe they are principally from Kansas.
Still another party are coming by the Mis
sour river. The Bitter Root Valley is rap
Idly filling up, and the citizens are loudly
calling for the removal of the Indians to the
Aocks Reservation, a matter that should be
immediately attended to, in orderto prevent
any disturbance between the two races.
The FortOwen milk have been repaired,
and are now in splendid esedition. The
Missoulak sd Preach TW mlls are also in
Ine condition. and only await the arrival of
grain so that they may commence turning
out large quantities of good Sour. Mewso
Lafontaane, Winds ACo., are erecting a new
mill on the Burnt Pork of the Bitter Root
which they expect to have in opeation bp
Our town is still improving, several new
buildinklgs being put up. W. . Edwards
and David Patten aM building resideps,
and our old friend W. J. McCormick, the
P.troleum V. Nasby of Misouk, is alo nut
tiug up a palestl btuildi, after an untd y
original plan. What Mae. itenld to do with
such a building I sn't say, bes judging
from the building and other comeomitants, I
think it portends ere log a long farewel to
"'lash home grab," hae hours, elae, anad
A splendid selbs has been opened, with
Win clms Slack as eacher. Miss Ulack
has had conderableesperlenceasa teacher,
and I believe ushei vermreal usaetloa
hear Scbools e ls being opneed other
plicus In the couaty.
ruamac Laas, WC0.
I am often asked when the United States
urvey willlbeestnded ao thisoosuty.and I
will as the same queson through your pa
per. I think that we hvo been nuegleted
a this matter. The jrat permanent souls
meat in Moama was made In Missenla
e#unty. and there is a brg toest of aid is
ate county to whiebk ab Ilnd title hnbtesm
estingalisbed dsace 1, sand which has been
settled upon and cultivatel for ten or twelve
years, and yet we can get no survey, while
ot.erportou of the Tlriory bve beea sr
vey., that will not be settled during the
est ten years. Mr. Editor, if you have, as
I think you have, toe interest of Wesern
Montana at heart, you will promote that In
terest by agitatinag this atter, and bringing
it to the notse of the proper' odale. The
growth and worth of our county as' Ieen
much nsearded by iegliyencU in this . ntter.
We also want to know where our Western
boundary is? !Noon knows where the 3I
of west longitude is, and it Is possible that
we have lost hundreads delikka in aenm e
as the went and Teartory es tht *iAiL
"- embet~m~l ss mndu ti Yur, am
ed'OruIte Ls arbb r or the ynre, ait
the qes i, does she lad in bMe. or
Moasnat If i MaN temw. sl~ s nb ia
uio eses has beu enss0L. MW lienr .
dhe ladin g bin MNsses, v98 ethus be.
isut b msh bedsih eas ) f,1s emm.rwe
settle the whole matter.
asm s eas ., lawr - as
aWe "e vsry. selU a lullngi-a mew
deepet esi o . 4.r Msems ws aas rn
put the y.mstpawdesminM aMsmsty
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Dulled tables hetwes Judgpe of ldi Sato Allrthe has
Laeodlsed by theudeath d of J ew to l em* r
Navy lear, bowhreCr41 4 -three.
A smi L~es batweendU S r kIan o i
St. NUlrrrs6r.aoinesleaa.4btre~le, t saecr
lie rumvl% Txuas. racely relatd t. the phep of
Mey oftlr sradgivid ser. letwdo '.d deegte;
0. hhu l,4 n41 bhe, LGYt. LsuldUmuudl S rGmi
T. C. Punt. Nepto Ooerrasr; Uury, swy T·
curt Wd, emiaIA. Spoor, ft Merofumpee
The rhtlu bumo the etinur S inmttey a ltsm
graphiccableuhote Za~.sop adlat mercaha
Lalapt dBlesad Nnin ato 3ept1 wbro1. is
/.ea au nas was rd stbm led w h soar
"11 As fth Suter VMesumy Ilk st lgess
A3.lsd~urph4 .Iuhumssus w-~r114dI se
t.absi i tih. as purns I hsa d 414Mttry thu"e
Imi ~O~sIa3w~ Y IC lAugst
Sll apreflm4uym uIrwtthupe41u aod.... 41
thueremvalb o he werea aibatapp.I Our.
essyumof kassuyt. lubs lets th lad mibUpthe
Gov. iker, of ., ditto, Iwdl sa ad la.»er
wS~nuUe5~~M~ ammeli tohe huheat
!seumeksW, uudhauleemat W. t Attiar. j13m.,
. ?reuuluud uthe" AmlIa. sLabmesa aorna
JaiCulwna Aprnsaeeirnd es s.wrdsbl. '
Utehem @Wr, stoat, m1es ptemsmr i. em
41rlrt·,, Inroa u, h· iNtm
"tis rrlbthatmwtsl. Fswysrlu4y win at
APs is. 00" sps hatshas ete
AhGauthls Clr. 3 ShE eias at. th the MM1s
Ms sbli omu .the am reetu4 ugcst wm PiuI
Aphi arevery h~em. tte uala dfso
ThelbireM W-imdNm liU 41 Pduuhlu,- c
the DM~e wa hel atWs.... Auutkt
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w'- &t u 6m bu~iL--WL-III
m..+. f9 -.s Tom. .: i% .r :. ,
ýl AF qxA;;ll;·*i r-'-k~t
- Geem r Mell, to ake deie the Itk of
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leeta i J. os M sl li s ees ot
reN remarrweZ a
The satees th at wren meat huIlen an
Ins r the oM hem twl.plae 4der eind ite the
_h1tap e tarwh ighe pueeeule Waded the steeta
e Iatramw emale, he.. a ths to eleate
th.enol dmaean mearn et thik tie se Lssse thei to
We are lafran sd that fy midere ecumane work
yeste.may mor g he ditch that Ist t io tn wate
rr the lemel d rr e the hll a the west
eoldo er gulch, ait J to pply Brown's g. n . -I
baasmasu watermelms aell fr a to OS e.ar.
roae. earm la the maht.l
The BrUel aaina siatdet to reatsm am "the
yeugedst of the Terditorea t Iltw sheot WyomingT
epsaM kla. Sept. b
Mr AC. cra sterm, tllaetlema who dMlt ta.-itaed
a photogmaph gallery In Montana, left eo Wedeesday
fternooa for the Obece
Vuglele aIN he a gran fee ball, em the Capial
eketry am Wedaesday eveni g.
.h(Chuhes I. Gags has appetedl bert P.
Gense Camle spoerts hand sames at Avpta.
-Gon3e to looe Creek. Many Metamla ad ep the
groFnd is sakes up and hniredds left act a the cold.
lve hadmed troops ae reported at Moalers-two
hundred forf ort Blsw, and three headred .r eurt
*'We hope the aUethrot the slbs in the Nlwr ornt
Warr eaeM lg the atrial of this pases bemr Mel.
ena, the apital, ad the daspactae o that per fa .
Helena the Capital, wl gal knowledge. ir Igao
aeae has been liaesnable; but we lJaow the aimes
of the writer."
Wel I yes da det ll It, somebody now beiedv
ing the same might dibdble, In that event.
erald, Skpt. s.
The Territorial JAtprise of the 10th. ry that
within two weras Mr. Gambe Snpeaiteadeat of the
Weatem L'alon Tdelegrph eompay, will eammene
the .aatuecti c a line of telqgrph to tap all the
large town of Moetaa and Idaho.. The ine will start
frotm Ek, and will follow the new stagse oad to ttls
A private letter from Portland, Orepeg, datal Aug
net sM,ee that au a ad4 tahem piee on the upper
Colauma, betweem S aie t apo rateml rdla .
The sbp ha 1 b ll dand maym weaeda. Atabout
the aa . tim e, ee lae, an theit way fre~ Moltain
to Kunotenal, a reported tebhave bes assacred by
the ll.e#set. Their lmm wee at knlown.
CoL. C. Shed, of "Klyastdl" memory, pail d$ 0
fur the la chacme f sers em Lan.griMp h opeiog
Waal" . C thies, M Wes Market street. In.
dIaapells, wats eformata of his hroter Charles
W. C adage. supposed to be Ia Meontasna.
Oasetaa, ept. .IL
eagh Daily was thowas freme bhooe and saeverly
"It Is remored that Mr. Ed. Zlimerman will
abortly lead to the hymeseld altr the beautitsI ad ac
eaulg dl MIe L bt*ah, saister of our rspected
townemas, Mr. S. Schwab, who heas ewly sankeu
bayen datae. We bhlles the uptdte will take
plue at a emlty day."
marry up diW We want towish yeou joy.
The Iendians captured tao ed of bar at mag e'
Canyon creek a day or two ag.
Prot. Campbel es0l4l as of a hard trip eer the
Cor d'-Ale Mesntains. That team!
There we "esgas" o dIettbfaetloe btwee John i
IMeeqy ad stlre wanresoa Mway :
faad, Sept. &th.
AL. u. ea at We, have jua raleti d fom B'.
ead wil have It I. relag eider at tir wksli a Te
wlheemulr mek tsgaeaI wece. ,
At heUoi.a IOCes .ieg the menef Au
use, awry 4WD res of lbad were etatd by cash, or
uiaer the hemestead eat. l pIeemptelo d.clais were
dRd for pwus& of eUght thoewse d este, mes~hg in
she speggs l hekes Sd,UhS scres.
urrtlqe, Sept. sih.
r. F.S. Mielddvhhdwlrls ppmerrlp althis
radim ead f eesbe.
The ipleespe Churh cospegatIem, a which the
Dew. Ni. Llepd I. Reeser hens pusrebud a eplemdid
.L..ri ses a plned pslsr asps wadyy &. mth, of
abdee. for PUSO.
R3opt wrlslag fr~anctrt Owqaj i bsg eaN.:
Udeem. LadSmdme AC. ar beheldaga e chaet
eulbmhDaf - tho heed at Resat V.6k. The eel.
vms. ree Oregns seem leased with thair pIeel'ee
here. GOahdiheems wieIahe l glhle*,e lzty
leeeeathof tbhl; hope It.ar. a9 In p.rlag questl
ties. Slvereertc rebts of two elorse, which they
say areseilluadgoods at DeIlemsa priles, or leet MSugr,
NwM;e/ssec arythe st~agef ie, l per gal;
plae Xeusalm, 51u Gb. par yaed; (Owes prods at
factory oei I ohargae;tar stetporIem.io
Uead. Seo pt. i.
I. L. Weprlh is teski IV 0bs A~lpdei. Deem
Vie% Oda. . O
Lawiaemee r. wee hild I. Prickly Pew Vablr,
beclay, by ah tiremsa sahree.
The V~ern, V pe Ga oeeseed wee m vbbe,
`sew ladnd;eM ýhee lgt iothes. The rbbem h a..
tatttirltad~trliyrs istebiesi __ Owiid
efinddtaied, eebae .-1m.-L);F)L(it~ L jL
us. The pasemepe ware .idmrd eel~ bus" bheukm
peainaapleeeyqbwq~pasbmpdIesof an thly had
-4Us shhemf. Tore warps
1s ofu 11 tapOase 1 $s pereelt.
W& Mists, i hiSlit $kc'A.bC1·N do" bCL T
trserse was lamhod.
Hitt tiL&Ntehbae, cbI Da~t 3Itess 310
Gt~eaei~e, eqS .~
$. F. *mainlmb *sit UllsA~ that a d
U 5A1.w &if w, li Ui hhaSi Gaidh, 'Ath mae.
3ahm/ sNrnhuYthe deeb balls dam ihe
wlwe~Iwshe *Wa o M
'ltl· tllrC. . Millllýrr ia
$Zq e b1L Th. eeilAei li
' « -eL . ;
It~t ý ý +MýIýIITii~t
.-'x 3001fb `
Tsltvrr e. vsma. e&ds ; .
Tenkery w. A, J. Dais; rand amser,;l ; etiu-ed.
Terisory L James Namg; . eask with deadly
weapeos hdestment quhed, prisoner bald to am
war or exhblitig deadly weapon in rde and anry
emmin . aM t M e i Sl o Y tb -lueo s
Tearitel vt A. sesth, It dlarg ttle elouni to
9serr;estl Thudady; tleda by jray; iseili, Knot
Teseitry vu. Phil M oovoer, demrrer to lad.e
Amy I. torieee vL Jlod C. Teemnee, appistlea
trtwerea , imaser filed; dismised at plainti
Joh S. ierar vs. James U. Brown; on note, con
Jobhn . Grant . V. S.pUrnast; appeal frem
Probate Cert; eotinued.
d Dupsy vs. George Tracy; appeal from Jastees
Cort; passed until called by partes.
Territory vL Joha Cadiga and John Weld; eo
ndertaking ; demourer; pesed.
Cable City Stable Co., vs. C. C, Huntley ; debt; _as
tlaaed by agreement.
Madlsou Broe., vs. Phil McGovern, P. C. Lee, Jae
Lynch and Jamee Manning: damage, trial Sept. 10.
A. Lincla sad Joshu Lincoln vs. Job. A. .Roga.
J. N. Colins, Otis Strickland and Ruford Pleas-ate;
damages and junctioo; trial uet for today.
John Matheow vs. Seth Bowman; repslevi. dearl
urn, smeaded complaint aled; tria to September 1th.
J. N. ilme, C. Vandervoet amd . J. Nattlon v.e
Charlse Porter, Thomas FPter. lenry Porter, Oeage
Newbirk had -Oleary; damages and Iajuntles;
J. . dgersaed W. . Dee vs. D. S. k.emy
and rank Keamein; debt; demrer ovenmled; fr
Gearge Plat.ed w. Wa. Nowlan et al; dlsolutiba
t copartnership, ste: demurrer of Alen sstalind;
demreredNIeowle s Corbt overruled; ruling ex
cept4ed e; moela af defandants Nowlim A Corba to
strike out pertions of complanat sustalmed; plainti
allewed to Ale amended comelant.
Norten A Dean vs. Nowlen AAlken; debt; dfda.t
hatoon A Co., va. Newlan A Aiken; demremr;
overaled and amwermled.
V. cCurtasy vs. Phil McGoverm; replevl; eo
N. W. Pryer, B. B. McClure, Ratus Johnson, use.
ry Tremmelbt. s. Pat Kelley, James KeIle and
John Doviaspeck; damages and injunactio; setled.
Joseph A. Clark vs. George W. Marley, George Red,
and William Seboield; foreclueire of mortgage; de
murrer sustained ; leave fr time to lek anwer.
JamasSpears A Co., ts. A. Ilansuer and L. 11.
Hearsld ; feeelare, of mortgage; -cotinued.
Tive C.i.ason w. Michael Nnpmbre at al;
damages and injunctio ; continued on motion.
N. IL r re. W. W. 1ads; appeal set for trial
Thoums Stasr,?. IL W. Young and R.. rEslly vw .
J.L eaalmai, l.e.on elbsan. Nagh O'X a al; r
eevery f mdag graund; eat ftr U1ia, 88b.
Ala Ilardeubhouk vs. John O'Neil and Robert
W ile.; do.tt; default set aside aad c@nateed bj con.
sent e partes.
Jobs S. Phbertoe at at v. William Waley et a;
to seeover minlag giond ; set for trial Teeday, 14th.
A HaE aer vs. W. L. Thoma et al; foreclosure d
mortgage; jedgment for plaiatls.
A.; BRm r vs. W. L. Thomas t al ; for foiecsure
et lel; jadgment for plantif. '
Thomas . DRe rs, B. IL Desa: demrrer.
John S. Pemberteo et al, vs. J. J. MWlils mad J.
C. C. Tbheto ; motion fur judgment sstaaed; ap
pealed to Supreme Curt.
O. ao a(Y'A ON. lerk o coort.
It wall be seen from the above tlhat the
bustnes of the piesent term will be limited
and the term will probably expire next week.
The eaes have nearly all been continued
until next term ty cnsent of the partles.
It is too dull a season to indulge litgatig on
escept when absolutely necssary.
Where in the Wide World
ens . be feun that tsh..e the dwble laM, ad
all otherfuild. that. running uomotrolled. ight be
lmtnrtd to life ml pprety. anl yet asp 0eu Ib
e u ly sash glodsles lulls that wshtlaate the heust .1
n ma a t
Mo.'. BROWN JUG?
N.. 10 0 Main Sve, Nes.
aMAC '* intwN pT aysls os la if benat M fabelo
Lay perms well cdhgle with the 31str Vita luid
that Is r ·etaltel evrd e bar, annot be
Msru by Uumgi a
-s the ettlmdtyhdl pSS hainlaly bh hbI. lee
break his nk taling ldoawn staesr Them
Numb hr lb. Mfl tug Nawts
that soon bees the' .Wo a the srewm Jag''
Omihinad i th hslh a tulh -eigheat
. cirbs i6* ) LOai b
F Fj( . r
W Ng wbrc sdmsrrr~r we y vturm
or NY elpik'-1 9 so usota~, an : I a
r a ~d*, a` r Llt.a
Mfr e' r.
:rtti tsýN i ) 'tl:.t 9s1il
Goodso Orooerwlos Eto.
LEO LEACH a (O.,
kg-w . Oppessb.H w P~ 0=
Wbdmmh an.d Rim MM..NOIs.
StI o&iF4 - )r -ry 4 4 a!
8up n Wan Du GW G~Da .S
Stoh and raw Dry 6sH.
NAVE JUST REEIE
RAME JUST EICIVED NAVE JUST E3CJ UD
SKATE JUST ZECERVE
Th. Bdi Stook
Tb. lust hkdu
Tb. De Suast a
Theq have [v r Opened in Mswtana,
AT M AR KE RBATES OR LESS.
USk to their beet aado s..
lies TOOTLE LEACH a Co.
July 1, 185.
3. W. DONNELL ~ S. ED. LARADIE.
St, Joeupb, No. DuewLudsIwy.
U. W. DOWNELL &f CO.,
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