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VOLUME 3, NO. 6. DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST_12, 1871. WHOLE NUMER l[O0 DEER LODGE, MONTANA. Ots CopY One YeAR. .................... ....g8 O Oxs Cory Sax Mosus .................... ....$5 r ADVERITTINI\ RATES-Quarterly ao Due. _i I ... g .K 1Timr ...... . t 8.3 $5. . . N. ui 6 i..11 9 .....- . p . . p. 40 n.. . 5 I < a. r" 4 i I. 4i '..lJ.1 ..14. .17. b" 17 I MOnth ..... . N. . .10. . . . 3. s 5: 1 '" I.. . t. .lO.l it.l.t M. .Y5. . t. 451 Ile 8 " ..... . l7. .1 . .IN. W .. . . ...41. $1i ill " . . ...... . .IN, .I. . . 50. . .. ,vL tw ISO 1 Year 1...... .1 .* . 40.1 .l. . l. .7 1. '1, *'r, A Card In Vlve Iines: a Sql.lreTen llanes. of thi. type. Local Dutintlo Notices V cents per line. 1D Correspondence, short and newly. solicited from each camp. Wriltae' I n.one Imusaut .c.impainy encli letter, to galtrantllltee nlo faith. Pernllaiaus to use *ramu or nitialll preferred. From Tuesday's Dally. PIIO I'IJIM(SoINAO CL.t tL) 4. AT"'ORINEYVU .JA.. I. . c .y I.iO. V .. , ATTOLNEY - AT - LA W, COURT (IOUSE. QUAl... Deer Lodge City, Montana. W. F. A.I I II :R N, AT'I'()IRNIIY AT LAV. Orr.'a IN Tux WUaTLATIr s: 15tC'sl.).o, UIH.NA, . . . . MONTANA. AL I. MAtlrlw. Looris lMrurTnt NAVIIEW A ii MrXMElR'lY, ATTO(RNItEY- AT-LA1V, DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA. W. Y. CLAGETT, W. W. DIXON ('I.AGICTT & I)IXl)N, ATTORN1 YS-AT-LA, \V. Court Ilouse Square, S1ly DEER LoiHII CITY, MONTANA. WV. fi. Ml(COI Ut.ItIlK, ATTO()iNEI:Y - AT-LAWV, MIN.OULA MILLS, MONTAN.N ('olh*rtions and blu.iLesis in MisuoIaI.couulny, Ilcluel lag ('star Crrei. will receive his particular attentilo (1. r. S Y 'I ES, (Late Assuciate JutLice] Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Will prsatice in all the Courts of Muotaln Territory. Orrc UotrulTrn5a S. 1. DIoJur A C'. ilANxK, uaalsa t~Ia'rect - - - llIe'an*a. Mgtt JAIE E. C'ALLA WAY, ATTORNEI Y - AT - LAWV, VIR(INIA CITY, MONTANA TEItIIITOIRY. WillU practlce in all the (ouirts of lIhctrd in iltonta us. and give poomit atteutiou to all busines. lats uet. d to his csae. rPrticular attention given to Collections and draft. Inl IDeed., Mortgage., (Cuutlacts, Powelr of Attorney. etc.. te,. W r Olc .adjotol.t l ecretary of the Territory. 105 -lyr-daw) P i.i ywIvclasar-ulw a'Lugcas* . I)o at latI s A Ut. NITCtULI., X. D. 1 L. IIOLNEtL , M. D. 3IIT'(CllIr. & IIOI.[Ii.1 , Ia4srceonm ali nd Phy' sl*iniat . Odl. at County Hlopital, Corner .4 and D Street, DIR LODGE. . . ] MONTANA. 71-ly II. ( IL I[ PI N, Playsician and Iulurgoon, DEER LODGE CITY, MONTANA. 1-1y 3D1dl.Ieno d& Surgery, BLACKFOOT CITY ..................MON. TER. Dr. H. O. WEEDEN, TIAVING purchased the prufusslunal practice and stuck of drug of C. M.. Stlam. late M. D. of Blackloot city, ruslltlully annotl.c to the ilnhabit ants of IDer Loce county, that he has located at the above place, and solicits their patronage. nartuuuxca. : A. IL Mitchell, . .. . i. trauord Bowl., M. D., Deer Lodge: Etob (rsw Liu r Eoq.. A. P. £toa, I. N., sad Jam.. Kesonedy. !.q . Li.uol.. Mlackfoot City, October 6th. 176, 6060a ISANI~IICERM SI. II. Iiohna & Co,., IIANKEtS, IELE\A AND DEER LODGE . MONTANA Uighcst V.,'c I'aid for Gold Dust and Iltrs. Telegrajheic Trauaiers on Ihelena, and on all pri ncial (ltithe of Ie U!. S. Fox . Lyastor, (bcccboors to iluocy, DIatler & Co ) HELENA, . - MONTANA TERRITORT, Bankers and Dealers in Gold Dust, Colna anid It xolInttage. Draw Irafti on Virgluina (ity and LkUer Ii.4e. Co. rnne and Salt Lake City, nau Vranciscu, and al east ern ciCes., and all paItl of Europe. rWOOulluctions promptly attendud to. 4.m a. . w DUNLL, W. A. CLARK, . . . LARADLK. Donniel, Clark & Larabio, 3 A N I ER S, DEEI LOI)IAE, MONTANA. Draw Exchange on All the Prinoipal Cities of the World. NEW YORK COItUELPONDENTS, Donnell, Lawson £ Co., No. 4 Wall Street. s. T. Asu r L Jxo. S. Arcasow, Fla'r t Natlonal 3tamkc, Main Street, Helena, Montana. DUIsoNasTD Drostror or tm UTiraD SrAts1 Laud Entries! " O'D3ANNON dic Woo I)Y 0. . o o'sIAKON, FRANK . WOOD?, DELr LODoE. M. T. MISSOULA, M. T. -:o:-:o: ..LL ATTEND TO ALI. BUSLN~8 RELATING to the Entr ouf Public Lands Ia Deer Lodge and MIsisuls I'outies Will kesn Correct Co1os of Toswnshp alas aMn Ab. stric. o0 ll sEntries ond Filings on West Side Lands 0uesd A Mah lear.A...Mtdtta d Wara. AN AND AF'TER TUESDAY, AUGUST 1ST. 151, are trues Dso.w Cetooraaa. . . 0I PSI ~dg ~ va~i.*co 1. BrD II.,ert, GItSoNseae dl rIe. Gratis. Bret liarte ias sidt to Iea~in to look nack longingly Iownsrns the freet' and easy life of California once mnore, and to feel tls. Ihe maide a n ilake n coming, East at all. We have all alont expected this. ive months a·'., when hlie thrsee treat cities of Clhicrago. Boston antld New York were engaged in a nosiy scramble for hia possession. and the tilname of thme author of tIhe' "itlethn Chin ee" wa-s ulwn everylodly's lips, we advilsd himn to decline whatever offers were nale to him, and to return at once to the Pacifc roust. We wsal le hlad cl'mimitlted an error. on.s very natural but inot less real. We told lhinI that lie Iwllon.ted to the West. and had ni it ig its .eim.mfin with the *elh|lisCstcisml aind conventitonalis.ll osf the East. ('Cali fornia neesI you." we said. I"'k..ton does not. The deep. ullnrstel nceaninlgs of tIset dumb West lie an 'open s.cres.' In you. You alone of all our sons of utteranllce are the'ir stllcielnt voiceo. (io hack itud lhe to tlihem their intlerpreter. They nurtured your own Ihac, llig/.. They gaive vyour illlimtalation si bck. (Of them, you ishould ie' amllong I.ithem. It is your lilldy it is your ecersity. Ialso " W ,e repest this alvice now. The s.train ilp, him i asl lla em teeisi great. That linge h,bvaly. l.e diletntsltli p)uhlic:, las:us l)aced hlimi uilter toa great a pl'essure of worlllilnes. Ile is I'ltia ruined liy literary fIes and flirts. hy selfsll stind V.ain people ot the one ihsal. asist by iesope witlhout any juice in their veins fn i slt olther. Lackimng the genius of Ilurnm. i le is iiing subijectedI t. perhaps. a iti ll more crucial test. In .Iapa:i, it i sail I. it' ae (he ('1ftahtl flr |(siemies J ais gelliiaellul off aii cevelling tlo aslisisI this'lmselvet's by slick ing piins Ihrl eugh lite fire ilies with whi' Is that country a,.illts.ds. .ile . asrneigte" f I lie itlpaklid dies to ess.apie inlreasisilg ltheir bral lilancy andI hlustre. This is very el;astosI pasl.ti. e for tlie Jap nes.s, hut it is le':tls to lie Ipor cr 'attsre, which fuuristah elie sp .rt And h.e lIs fullieal its ses:arv sryto td.lsly. threulh the eiluillui of at Newp,,rt joulLuunliI. tlhe autehorshlipit a lii of wrettch.t'l .de.,rLe.l OW going,, ile uroutlsl of ste Itipres clrdClitedil h, hmin. Cruel as was the fhorgery of his nam:le. the very fact Ilmat '"The Va.Lt of a IVlaghtin.l I).g" ottvllh hv nl ve Ib tlrthuted io hlis lian wtsi i I nsult..Therefore we' aty to hiit: (Get away frson the irilicial atsai.sw galh, re wiiathi c'llkes your igeCnius. Wih the excepiti,,l of the explawutllion oft the "Old al,er." 'your tasik in She EList lihas beetn wholly unlwarlthay of you. Cancel your en gag.s4Iuenits. if I·cesseary. but dco not wrollng ouir get ius. Again we say thiat e great m.,au lirns of Ill W'iest cll llunto you, andi elte c.lamp's osf hie aude. niine'lrv ssd lshe peoaple of LP.vertly Phil. You will lind your chlovr tirenllhs n.mse waiting for you is Cal fsariia. ItI lhUe E'.st ',*si l;.ve founi.l only a atlilcted jzde.--'itealhbrg C:'m. A LADY KILLED DY IIIITxIxo Wm'lte PAIArsxo wITa Illt CultItZx.-Thle ti Jen-el.hl (~[l,.) 'atettLe of Saturday gives the following particulars of the death by light ning of Mrs. Lovell and Mrs. Blakemore, dauring the terrible storm in that vicinity on Thursday last. The house in which the two persons named were killed is situated about five miles east from St. Joseph. It is three stories high, with three iprincipal: rooms and a hall on each floor. When tihe storm comnmeiced Mrs. Lovell was up etairs in ia back room, readilg tihe Bible to her little daughter. The windows of the roomi havinig been blown open. she look her children, ran down stars., pa:sing from theI hall into a bed roomli, put tie lhildren on ia bed and kneeled at the bedside. lit this p' sition tihe lightlling struck her, cau-ilig inl stant death. Mr. Blakemore was in the hall and the same molt kil!ed him. Several other peronms were more or less injured. Mrs Lovell was the wife of John S. Lvell. Warren county, Virginia. The two daugh ters with whom she was kneelinir in prayer. are aged r'speetively nine anrd six years. They were uninjured. BITTEN TO DEATH IY B BLOODIONDS. Daniel Lyder. of Belleport, Suffolk county, Long Island, while fishing on Tuesday near Barren Island, between Coney Island and Far IRockaway on Long Island, landed for water. Upon going on the beach, Ryder was first attacked by three savage blood hounds, which lacerated his limnps in a ter rible man ner, but he had nearly succeeded in regaining his sloop, when five more fefo cious dogs pounced ulpon him. tlrowing him down and gnawing his back and breast fearfully. Captain Petty. of Belleleort, and a friend who were in a yacht it miile distant. saw the whole affair anld hastened bt tihe rescue. Ryder was found nearly dead. wilh his clothing entirely stripped from his b-wly. There are no hopes of his recovery, thle poisoned fangs of tihe bloodlhounds hayv lug inflicted fatal wounds. Tie dogs were all shot by Captain Petty, the owners remoa stranccs to the contrary notwitlsstanding. A NovrtL Sranx CANDLE.-A novel sperm rcandle has recently been introduced in lmo don. According to tile description, four lateral apertures near the lower end of the candle communicate fronm the outside with internal longitudinal passages, so as to.ad. mit air. By tiis arrangement, it. is claimed. upward currents of air will be formed in the p)assages. wihich, issuing in close prox Imity to the flamue, will produce more per. feet combustion and increase the quantity or light given out Iby the candle. The ion. situdiial passages .eay elllter extend nearly up to the tip of the candle or may pas di. rectly through it. 81ittiag Bull bucceed. ItJ l Clourd. Lieut. Quinton writes from Port Shiaw. Moitanl, that Red Cloud has been *super leded by Sitting Ball. It appears that Red Cloud returned to has people with wonder ful stories of what he had seet r and heard while visiting the Great Fathrer at Washing tn. Red Cloud saw too much. The In diasls say that these thlings cannot he. and that the white pwople most have put Imal medicine over Ited Cloud's eves to make hinm see everythglag and anything that pleased them, and sa Red Cloud last his Inianene. Sitting Bull is at war with all Indians who deal or trade with whites, and all Ibthse n 'laus appear to he afraid of hintm e says he never will make peaces with the whites.- (~raa. Jouraa. This ietting Ball is now Chief of the 1.000 klodges of eu. maped on the Yel lowatone and trnbutanes. The head whieb recently made the raid into OGdiatin am sup pesed to be a pertion of that cump. Coating lmteo amsnd as sucica.ur of a onse power ful and warlike oblef. now deposed for d dsiring peaoable relaions with the whites, Sitting Bull will doabtle seek tto i lprtie bli meit witb th ath a ug ay ma ng Ii to Sheftmseaer, THE WEST. Indian ponies sell at $10 each in Boise. TIw Upper Sacramento river is swarning wills Itrnt nnd salmom. W. II Mills. of Sacramento. Ihas been elected Great Sachelm of the Redmen. Mrs Brace. of Vallejo, Cal., died suddenly on tle 2'3d inst. Eliabhetl Ashley. a deserted wife. omm nited souicide near Kelton. Utah. July 21st. James A. Johnson, late (onrressman, has removed from DLownieville to San Fran cisco. George Francis Train has on foot a plan for lbrimning 20.000 French Communists to Nel,rnska as colonists. Within nine months T*uckee, California, Ihas suffered tiree times by destructive tires. Tie wife of oficeer ,indav,. of Sacra nlemo, died suddenly July 17th. of heart dliaease. Thlis. P. Dllffey. a lawyer, formerly a reside.nt of Marvsville. dlied at Tucson. A T., July 7th, of heart disese. A gremat fire was ratine in thie Sierra Ne vsal Mountains. July 2iLth, between Vir ginia City and Lake Higler. A skeleton. exhumed from tihe ground at Corinne. .luly 21tll, lists crilealed a senuation anllllng tle lwq,ºle of that town. Dr. 1uunmckton. principal owner of tile Denderberg mine, at Ciartsn, Nev., is ar ran:lging to Iut the mine up at a grand kit tery. Tihe first twenty miles of the Utah South ernm lailnm.l is located anud let. Thrie con trtl,ur's work is goling ahead as fast as possiible. Fifteen Japanese. who visited tile Gold Hill. Cal.. mines recently, were mistaken for tilhe delegation of Eastern visitors from Indiana. IL O. Bailey, of Montana, on yesterday. p,ll'urchased several llundred bend of cattle froli ourll fellow.-citizen, Alex. Tolponce. C'ori, ice lcporter lat. A Portlatnl, Onrgon. druggist hIas on ex. hilticn somie Oregon grown pwmrk. whlich gives unmlistulkatlkle evidelnce of tlhe pres ectie of Irilchilm. lMass Framllcis A. Iltlley. of Atistin. Nev, lied frsmn the lursting of a Inood vtessel. July 22ndl. just ans site hal returnetld Irom a visiting mparty. lionl sndl Iarty. sulrv.ey-rs for the Central Paciftl IRailroa-d Ciemtpay. thave ,e.nmmenced .relpairationsl tar tmlther survey of tihe rail. dm. l e ra.nl.. thellnr is X2!....s. .,.llI.. , Tomn1 Csrrgrt1n, am Pctamlnahlm. Cal.. sakern keeper, aa l sht and instantly killedl July 2~ih,. by iVml. II. Smith. anmoler salmon keepe.lr. Wlhi.ky was the I cause. On1 Tlulrd v. J.uly 20til, a man by time nalme ""f IL "lim;.tlapon shot and killed him-. self at Anti.'llh, (.onltre, Costa counly. C .1. lie hadl eeun constable of Martinez town ship. Ben Ellsworth. an old citizen of Carson, was fatally shot July 2.th. In I)luarlas,. c,. Nev., ly a Mexican named Edua:rd lRohderi mguez. Tlhoe slt was intendedl for another Mexican. with whom Roderiguez was quarrelling. (old and silvcr bearing quartz of trreat richness less txbmn discovered in the Ilnuck akin nlmountalins. atwnut four hundred amiles southelanst of Sialt L-eke City. 'Thelre is a Ia'sr chllance of its present ,leve1npllplent. as tIle Ind(ia;s are very numerous and hostile the-re atmullt. The Me*('onkey Brothers. of Montana. pase'd tirrouglh hIere this week willt a drove of se.veral hlumlred hea'l of cat tle, on their way to that Territory. Tlhey had purchased tineir cattle in Southern Oregon. andm came lthrourth ly wany of John Day's river. Bose Statsmarn. Mrs. Catl.rine Brannan. a.el 03 years, of unsmund mind. while walking on the Ccnral Pacific ]Rillremal trac'k. anlwut two ,uil,, from Stockton. Cal., Monday night. at Ii o'clhck. was run over and killed by the westward bound freiatlht train. She was mana'ed in t, frighltful manner. Mir M. T Burgess. of albis city, on yester day rece ivedl as telegramn from Chieef Enrgi nlevr It.,elrts. of time Northern PacfiBec Rahil. reml. requeatling himn to repair immediately to Helena alnd acept a professional appoint nment in the corps now engartLd in thle sur veys of that road.-Corinne Reporter. N, P. IL R b8avsrixo Coors -We h-arn that a surveying party is now being hired, which is immediately to rendezvous at Lewiston atd organize. for the object of making a prelimninary survey from Snake river to the Yellowstone. As engagements are made for a year, the labor is expected to onmlinue to next season. Three hIands for tlie party have been engage. at Kalamn Ex-Governor Goodwin is reported to head the expedition.--Kal.nm Beacno. RAILTnOAD WAGls -We are infoarmed by those weo msemn pnsted. that railrcoad wages are as folklws,: Neorthern Pacific (Mnt gomlmerv's contract.) white unskilled. $2.2.5 per day in greenlacks. out of which $...00 per week is charged for board ; Hollieday's east-side road up the Wallamet (0. and C. roau.) $1.7.5 per day in ann. amnd 50 cests a day for Ionlrd; west sisle railrnd from Portland to illlisboro, $40 per month and board. Gen. Milroy. recently tendered the office of United States Marshal of Wyoming Ter ritory,has written a letter to the Indianapo his JTrrenal correcting certain mais statements Iltmt. lave been flcSaing alomnt the country. He visited Cheyenne and says he satisfied himself Iy the hiFihest and best evidence that the emnalunments of thme lffice will not this rear, exceed $600, and that he aul'l nmt lIve there with his family at a eost of kIs than $6.500 per annum. This fact was, of course, sufficient to cause bim to decline .the otice. "' But," he adds, 'when I learn. ed the furtler fact that the removal o .f Ms Howe, wh bad served his couantry gallantly thrnugh the late war, had been procured thriough lisrepresentatikm occaastned by je.use.mwy of his growing popularity as can dmlate fer 4 ongress, and that I was to be made a tool in thle hands of jealoun political aspirants to c(mnplete his spetoaval, henor. as well as pecuniary imterest. required I should decline the aleos. Tus Sues canal, it is asserted, s fillinguap with sand, and in c, nfirmaton of this re ~art a letter is printed in the London TInar from the csp alt of a screw steamer, who says that with a draft of seventeen and a half few t aft, his steamer gremedee thirty. aone tim-es in the canal. He also says that for the lst fiteen miles the stemeam was in tow of a tong. with two pilos lharge, sad. notwtthlsanding these l vapstltgs, alho greanded several tines The steaner was seventy two hben in passing tbhen..thb crnaln The Eaglish dleus'ar of tir mes camel. whr . had amauamesd i the Vsues satr t ba n tp aaisaste theu essalalll n prie ent I·IIDIQ depI h of a, Iaeliph it I of water, rerled b, the leter of the e .mpt al. tahe aMioef be sh orw steamer whidh had emuausesd ad s m dlleulties In pjP n thro H0 cai, gtc l hat mi htt mph. q Ieue and prevost a m.iswneare esr 4r g. thseelbsdtivwrihn - Th creat aean at Mla's a.Auhs.s Perfrmaee et the Western ense La-ng fellow. Turf circles are considklerably excited over the great race at uaratoga. on Friday last. between the western horse lomgfellow, and Kingfisher. champion of the eastern turf. It resulted in a victory for the former. The race is thus described: The start was from the three quarter pole, and was effected without any delay. Long fellow took the lead and mAde the running at a terrific pace. As they came up the stretch and swept under tie string. Long fellow was two lengths ahead; the first quarter being run in 944 seconds. Around the turn past the quarter pole-the second quarter being run it 25 seconds-along the back and lower stretches to the starting point. Longfellow continued his fying c't reer. with the gap of two clear lengths still open, the first mile belug run in the unpar. allekil time of one mavtead forty seeond,. according to the official '1pr. This is the fastest time on record, and affords conclu sive. evidence of the wonderful speed of thle western horse. Passing under the string the second time-one mile and a quarter Longfellow had increased his lead to four clear lengths, which he held around the up pe lturn, and then, drawing further away from his rival, led him six lengths at the quarter pole. Along the back stretch, des pit e he Kingfisher's efforts, he opened a gap of egight lengths, but hi, rider then took a pull at him., and mat tihe half mile pole four lengths separated them. On the lower side he let out another reef of speed, and at the starting point. having travelled two miles of the distance, he was six lengths ahead. (onming up the homne stretch on the last quarter, his rider eased hint a little, and lle slackened Ihis pace considerably, but being aroused wil, the spr, lie gallantly respon tied. and allopedl hm,:;e ant easy winner, his jecky looking lnack triuil)hantlly over his shioulder. in tlhre lcear length,. in 4U021 The tinme is not equaol to Kentucky's famous record in tlhe sa.ue race and over tllhe same course-4:01i--mut the track was not in such good cnmdition, nor did Kentucky run the first mile with such terrilic speed as long. fellow. Mr. Harper, his owner, was over whelimed with congratulations on his sig n.tl victory. and tie countenance of tie venll erablte Kenltucky turfsmian was expressive of delight andc satisfaction at tile glorious per tormance of his horse. lie declared after the race that no money could purchase him. . . . . . ,.e.... . .. leath of the Double Baby--.ne Head Out lives the Other. From the Duston Pot, July 19. )Ve mentioned in our columns yesterday thle presence in Boston of a most remarkable child, the offspring of Joseph and Ann F Finley. It presenltd the remarkable as well as unpreoudoated pheQnomenon of two heads, four arms, and two legs, aind all upon aI sin gle body. The girl-for such was its sex (lied last evening at No. 6 Bowdoin street. The irst half or head br.athed its last at 5 and tilhe second shortly after 8 o'clock. The many thousands in time Western or Middle States who have seen this marvelous eccen tricity of nature will kIarn its early death with regret. The child--or children as it would almost seem proper to allude to the phenomenon-had enjoyed good health from her birth, 9 months ago. until within S weeks. at which time one exhibited signs of illness. This, however, was but temporary, It recovered, and was bright and playful. Since reaching Boston. a few days since, the other--or the olher half-.was taken sick, and died yesterday afternoon, as al ready stated. The two portions of the bodly were so intimately connected that the death of one rendered that of the other Inevitable, The spectacle was equally novel. strange. and unllprallelled. Upon one end of the body reposed the head of the dead infant; upon the other that of the live one with its eyes still bright and curious, and its lungs in full breathing order. All that medical aid could accomplish was dune, but it was found unavailing. The child died in the presence of its parents, The corpse pro sents tile appearance of two infants asleep. Apparently they escaped the ordinary suffer ing incident to death, for the countenances had the expression of repose. The disposl tioot the body is not determined upon. AN UNFOnTUNoarT BENlDICT.--We have frequently heard of men who had ill-luck in marriage, but Thomas Francis, at the New York State Capital-If we may believe the Albany papers-has been particularly on fortunate in that relation. His first wife killed Iherslf thirty-four years ato; aine vears-after his seosnd spouse ran away front him. sad died of destitntion in Illinois; six years Iater his third consort was dnwnedl. In 1858 his fourth helpmate was killed, and ie, having Ieen convicted of the murder. was sent to prison for life. but pardoned nut. In another decade the fifth partner of h-s bosom mysteriously. disappeared, and very recently the sixth wedded idol of his Pmul sought peace and oblivion by hanging herself to a hed-post. The accumulation of years and experience having made Francis a philosopher, he hears his connubial he rea.vements with fortitude and resignation. BULL.ON OR Alf AOemL.-The other day, at the North Street Mission Sheool in Boston, a sharp looking little fellow sad to his teacuher, very ahuptly: - "Not coming to sol-ml any more " " Why, wbst's the matter; don't you like your teacher t "'O. Jimini ! don't It You bet! But I'm ageing baek to the theatre!" "BRck to the thea re "Why, yes; I st, I des." "You acet! Where "Yes. live bep on the stag lots. Ia' an old ha.d atL ..I was a angel p s the 'Bla" Crook,' and a bullfrog at the 'White Fawn,' and I tell you what It is teachr, I'd rather be a bullg than as apgel any day." At Dayton, Old, wMe prusonae dig their way Uat to t.~ t tprag up she mar of tshe Ig 'atd Iuppig upder the thy ecrapead. Tiesetter enus somes iater. Sbum tha fast l .01c a Irwsines ds irt '- tm ._ - Ol'. WES TERS. The wife to Jay Cook ded *n lady ni jt last, ear PhiladephIa of heart disease. Twentylve dollars hi the averaga price paid for bth meanuscript of a dime novel. New York bas twenty-line miles of water fronts stud over seventeen miles of whisky reenL A sevenorned sow to daily milked In Randaburo, ltssiseppL A. H. Stephens says there are 9,0,000 P Democrats who will say "Ne" to the New Departure. km eral oserase is to Callformls gblng his whole energis to the gre .t ralred nertlkiag eo the Paclfic coast. John W. YTongse little steamer, the Lady of the Lake, Intended for pleaure ezcursions on alt Lake, arrived in Utah on Friday last. It is stated that the practice of brewing beer from rice iS rapidly coming into use in (ennany. This beer is said to be of a very clear, pale, color. of an extreme ly mild atake, feoamng strongly, and yet retaining well its carbonic s.id. One of the business men of Rochester, Minnesota, being summoned to attend on a jury the othe day his help being gone, too-had to slow up his shop. and to announce his whereahouts, he hung the follow ing signlficant label on the door.bhandle: "On a jury; will be back when we hang the cues." Rv Peter Cartwright, the veteran pioneer preache, ia drawing to the lose of his earthly pilgrimage. ie is now confined to his room in Pleasant Plains, near Springield, Illinois, ils strength is rapid'y alling. and it is feared he cannot live many months. The claimant of tho Tlchborne title and estates is aid to have stopped at the Clarendon Hotel, in New York city. In 16i6, and to have forgotten to pay his bills when leaving. -iou. John W. North, formerly a leading eitisen of It. Anthon., next the founder of Northfield, Mllun. subsequently a Judge in Nevada, and next a citizen of Ews Tennessee, is now a resident of RIiverside, in -an Bernardino county, in Southern California. An editor of the Tledo Blade writes from Malt Lake 'ily that Brigham Young has only sixteen wives. Three have died. His last marriage, to an English woman. was ten months since. Young buhas forty-eight children, and bas lost seven. The youngest is less than a year old. Brigham himself was 7r on the 1st of last month. The number of horses in Rutsla is greater in pro portion to the population than it is in our greatest horse region-Kentucky. Russia has one horse to every three persons. Kentucky has one horse to about four and a half of its population. Tremendous peaches, pears aenl apple., cabbaes weighing eight pounds, heets weighing twelve ploulnds, onionus weighing two and a half pounds, and other vegetables in proportion, nre bonated of by the Interior papers of Texas. while a Florhla farmer rejoices In a yuash five feet in circamuerence and weighing seven ty-aIx pounds. Jay Cooke expre.acs the opinion that the Northern Pacific railroad sill be in runnuiun order within fou;r years. He asserts that tihe company has over fifty milllion acres of land which will sell for more than the amount of bonds necessary to be issued. In the course of a discussion with her husband a Memphis lady aimed a pop bottle at his head. It struck a lighted non-exploaive lamp, however, and the remainder of the conversation was lust. They have a natural curiosity in Leavenworth City, in the forsp of a printer who has money to loan. Now one of three things Is true-either he Is not a printer the money Is not his; or he is joking. The ideal DONUNER'S EQUIUIE P.tLACL Magnlileeat quarters for Splendid Steeds. The new and marnlficent stable built by Mr. Robert Bomncr for his horses has been completed, and is at present occupied by tihe King of the road, Dexter, the beautiful Pocahontas, the veteran Peerless, the corn ing wonder, Mambrino Certle, and Lantero. Mr. Bonner has built the stables cloase to his residence, in new York city, so at to have it under his immediate observation. It is so well built and finished as to be an ornament to the neighborhood, being built of the best Philadelphia brick, taced with Dorchester stone at the corners, windows and entrantces. The ground story is sixteen feet high in the clear. and is surrounded by a fine ornamen tal lazsard roof of blue slate, with pinna cies, etc.. which adds another story of large height. The building is eighty feet by thirty in tle clear, and the walls are eighteen inches through, with their outside stone abutments, and inside finish of fine woods. Within the high fence all around tihe build ing, is a walk for the horses elght feet six inches wide Itn the front part of the build ing is a carriage house, with large and ele gant cases of black walnut and gis., for harness, ce. Here also is the wahlingfloor, with an elevator for the hoisting and low ering of carriages, sleighs, feed. &e., with convenient closets and feed shutes of black walnut and ornamented iron, by means of which the oats, &c., are measured by cut offs, and sifted so that no dust from that source can enter the building. The whole of the walls are lined from floor to ceiling with wainscoting of alternatestripsof black walnut and yellow pine. Passing on to the stable proper. we find two beautiful ranges of loose boxes, five on each side, with a wide space between, leading to the rear en trance. Each of these boxes is ten feet by eleven. The partitions between are very lofty, and surmounted on the top by orna mented iron work. In front of the boxes the wood-work only goes about half as high, and the open iron work is consequently deeper. The Anish inside the boxes is of iron and hard wood, without projeclions for a horse to lay hold of or tostnke against. The ventilation of the stable is excellent, while the light is tempered to a nicety. The whole floor of the building rests upon a bed of cement twelve inches thick. and imper vious to rats and other virmin. Under the boxes there ae irs specially designed for drainage, cleanliness and the level standing of the hors% The under floor is solid, laid precisely like the deck of a ship, calked and paved so as to be watertrght. Upon this ooor there is a fall of four iaokes from back to front, to rua- of water, to. Upon it rues a false Boor, In two halves, hiaged o as to throw up tre tight anor be. low to be cla.ed The slata of the false floor are about half anh lQk apart, and being 8ve manoes thick at the trat of the boues and one lk t he back, a evel surfac for .e.the ed . ddlsf th bo . ob. @bd* d 'then h bindg is of that a andd saes sandaol er der whlic is us chmpe aeLer s llk. Beaser both Is bulasse and pleasse The. $IoU s.ee .. wuw, San FPran else, bh rmasstly hrdll d M pawr sdt jlatitr obease Prwa Sundayr Daily. Peace RIrer.--R.liadle news of this far. off gold field is of so meager a character that it has' as yet failed to allhre any con siderable number of our Deer Lodge miners thither, although, perhaps, from 50 to 73 persons have departed for that paco from .eer Lodge camps. The latest newe- whlich should only be classed as a rumor-is that gleaned from a private letter to a Frenchman of Gable Citv, from his cousin. now in Peace river. The letter received gives tile most glowing accounts of the rich ness of the Peace river placers, and adis,.es the person addressed to pack up and come. The writer says. "a company of two men a Frenchnan and American-have taken out $17.000 for three months work; that new and good diggings are dnily being struck, and that indications are that the country will prove the richest gold field in the world; provisions are high and scarce; wages S2i per day," etc.. etc. The gentle atan, whose name we failed to ascertain, whllo received the letter, started on his long pilgrimlage last Thursday. Now, all this may or way not he; ,crrect, and we advise our friends to think twice before stamped ing in hot haste to the "green pastures afar off." We shall take oceabion to aseer tain more fully the contents of the letter received, and lay the facts before our readers on Tuesday. The Yellowstone Expedition. An independent expedition to the far famted geysers of the Yellowstone. comn. posed of some fifteen persons, leave Virginia City, next Wednesday. Mr. Rvnmond. Mining Commlssionier, and Mr. Ellers. his assistant, will accanpany the expedition. Mr. Cal. C. Clawson, one of the attaeAeee of the NonTn WsT office, will go in company of Mr. A. F. Thrasher, Photographer, for the purpose of procuring photographic views and writing up material for the new publication of Messrs. Clawron & Norton. which is to be issued some time in 18.V2. Thie expedition goes up the Madison, and' wil prolbably make a junction with the Goverument Explorintg Party at or near the Lake. We wish tile party a successful trip, anti expect to hear at good report from Mr. C awson on his return. We mcengr.atulato Mr. Thrasher on having a Cal. 'ern light by which to reflect the beauty of his views. Gilt Edge.- Air. Alex. J. Leggat, of the well-known firm of Leggat, Hudson & Co., St. Louis, manufacturers of the cele bratedL "(Gilt Edge" and 'Inglesidu" brands of tobcco's, arrived fr,m highland on Fri day, in conln.aly with his brother. Mr. Rod Leggiet. lie has been establishing their businers in Calhfornia, where they have an immense trade. Motana gives them the largest trade of any of the Territories, and if his success in other places is equal to Deer Lodge. Gilt Edge and Ingleside will be all the go, in Montana hereafter. Mr. L is incdental y Iooking out for some eastern capitallist who Ilave money to invest, and we are pleased to hear him expreis the opinions he has written them, that Monta:a, in its mineral and grazing facilities, pie. sents the best field for investment and prufit that exists onl the coItinent. Men, means and railroads are all Montana wants to lmake it the Empire State of the New North West. New Route.-A- gentleman just arrived from Salt Lake City, informs us that Mon taina is soon to have a new line of comma-. nication with the Union Pacific. It appears the Central Pacific unrelentiugly insists on the "20 cents per hundred" on all freights between Ogden and Cor:nne. This, with other causes is diverting a large amount of Montatna trade, formerly done ill the iasst, to California. It is to the interest of the Uniou Pacific to prevent this. and it being reported that a better and shorter route can be found by starting at or near Evanston, e st of the Wasatech mountains, and theuce north, a surveying party has been quietly organized iu Salt lake and left that place on last T.esday to survey the route. We are not familiar with the country over which this road is to be lbcated, but remember to have heard it spoken of years ago as the best route to the railroad. It will be a rough deal on Corione if the project is carried thlrouLih. J UST Oux LUCK.- -Proprietor has a som bre colored optic. Cause-:n encounter i with an hombre pugnis et cicibus. Editor has gone to Bozeman. Fuorean is in love, and therefore non compma meintua. Chief compositor is running for ollice and winds up every sentence that hle puts In type with *who are you going for for shetiff." Press man has got the mumps. Apprentice ex pects to have them and is getting himself in training- Another conmxositor is moon eyed. a.od this is his quarter at the mmon to be bland-drunk. The devil is in a h-I of a fti, and wants to strike. We are conm phltely rattled and next Monday .is eleciown Wholesale Poiseamng.-We received is. formation yesterday of the greatest case of poisoning that we have ever known of in Montana, in which some thirteen persons were seriously poisoned. It is supposed arrenic was placed in the bread. No tatali iles had occurred up to latest advices Dr. Mitchell was summoned and has gone to their assistance. We have been requested snot to give the circumlstances or names for the present, but I)y the next issue will be able to place the facts before our readers. PoatL--Col J.. II. Wickheizer, special agent of the Post Omce Department, arrived from Corinne on Friday evenink. i;spected tihe post-ofilce here, found Mr. Stackpole discharging his duties in accordance with the statutes in such cases made and provi. ded, and left by yesterday's coach for Helena. From Tnoday's Dailly. kleethi,m Day.-The election in Doer Lodge yesterday passed off I a manner redoumnding to tIe credit of all oancrned. Notwith standing time immense vote polled, (481 against 208 in 1889),. the intense interest manifested by nearly everylbody in tie suc eess of one or the other of the candidates, and the close watch for ineligible voters, there was not during the daya single row at the polls and only one little skirmish on the streets. Everybody seemned desironus of preserving amicable relations, while getting away with the enemy. Last evening Mr. Clagett's friends felt extremely jubilant over the result in this precinct and made the town right merry, many of Mr. Toole's frienids joining with them and preserving the en 1te.t cordia.s by drowning sorrow at every saloon in town. Deer Lodgers have worked hard and faithfully on both sides, and whatever the /eural result, aompt the situ atioe in mm)od lelig Gold eld.-The last weeks clean up frote PlAim Ba are in the highest degree en ounna. The following amounts were all we eyet heued of, and oly give them as approxlnmting to the ll yield: M Co., nagme $1 f; Brheord it Ptber, , e1 ito see, la. o ,80 0Balcab . mard em.-The Land rve1 s of the He a Valley, between Headermon and ahath of aIlackfoot, by the party an der abrge iof Mr. Walter Johseon, are now neaifl eumpleted for this ha... The par.t is mnw below the. o th oft old Creek and w bI besmbdgYtln the lower Lltie P8r11a,1111 IJ)6 40"I T.e P. Z B. BssrweyIsg FPars Polsoeed. A Mysterltsasa ALa*ir. We referred on Sunday to aesseof whole. sale poisoning, the particulars of which we were at that time asked to suppress. Mr. Thos. P. Roberts, in charge of the N. P. R. R. survey party, has since arrived in towa and gives us the following particulars: The surveying party were camped last Friday near the mouth of Flint creek. At dinner a number of the party noticed the tomatoes tasted bitter, and did not eat muck of them, the remark being made that they tasted as though quinine was put in them. The party went to the Sold as usual. The teamster, who remained in, ate heartily, and in the evening complained of blindness and a dizzy sensation, and his face and limbs were considerably swollen. No suspiedon of poisoning yet occurred, and the boys joked him considerably on his over-dose of of quinine. At supper the same taste was noticed in the bread, and but little of it was eaten. The boys, however, had killed some ducks which were fried in gravy in which there was considerable flour, and these were eaten. Shortly after, ten of the party were taken ill, Mr. G. G. Roberts being the irst and most seriously seized, and his symp. toms were those of poison. Shortly after a Mr. Griffith, living near, came in and re* ported his dog, which had eaten of the bread, had died of poison. This was any. thing but encouraging to the sufferers. Dr, Mitchell was at once summoned and pro ceeded to Flint creek. lle gave it as his judgment that there was some strong poison in the bread, and administered antidotes to counteract it. At the present writing, all are convalescen t or recovering. The follow. Ing ate the names of the parties poisoned: Thou. P. Roberts. Engineer in charge; 0. G. Roberts, (whose case was severe and critical) W. H. Lewellyn, S. S. Whittlesey, 11. Mlcltyre, Dan Ryan, T. B. McKinstry, Jaunes Rouk, (teamster) Jahnathan Barrett and E. . . Wilson. Some of them were but slightly effected. Dr. Mitchell is making an analysis of the bread, which, when com pleted, we will give our readers. There aro strong suspicions of one of the party, and threats were made of lynching him, but as no legal action has been taken, it would not be proper to give publicity to the rumors. WVe are very glad to know no fatalities en. sued, and hope that with a new stock of supplies the N. P. R. R. surveys will be hereafter conducted with less peril to the surveyors. A ,erited Vote of Thanks. EDITOB MoxTAx'xIx :-Will you allow 1w aill smtl.s of our cuimunlty so express their thanks to Governor Potts for his course taken (through the columns of your paper) as below stated: The thanks of the citizens of Hamilton and vicinity, on the Gallatin valley, M. T., are due, and we hereby tender to His Excel lency, Benjamin F. Potts, for his prompt. ness and efficiency in responding to the call for furnishing arms and ammunition to sup. press the late Indian depredations. (Signed) * J. A. CULVBR PHIL THIOR., HENRY EVId, Wal. J. SMITH, 0. F. MA OrN. AO. D. TUONAs. And TO ethers. A benevolent lady in St. Louis recently made a terrible mistake. It seems that she take, part in the religious exercises in the St. Louis central Station on Sunday morn. l.gs, and sle told one of the parties she found there last 8abbath that she was glad to see himn sober once, as slhe could see by his looks that he was not often so; and after site h.ad spent some little time in urging him to reform and lead a different life, closed her discourse on being informed that the subject of her discourse was a minister who had been invited to assist in the exercises or the day. Capt. Hall was well supplied before lear Ing New York for the North Pole with books, material for gamos, etc. Among other articles some individual sent a tin can carefully sealed and labeled "Not to be opened until the Polaris has reached the Arctic Sea." But on its passage from the Navy Yard on being shipped it met with an accident, and the secret leaked out. It was a can of patent axle grease, with which Capt. Hall or his survivors were affection ately requested by letter to lubricate the axle of this slow-going world, if found at the Pole. SoUTntRN EDUCATION. - The changed feelings of the South in regard to education, are illustrated almost daily. Texas especi. ally, seems determined to establish a system of popular education on an enduring basis. The principal of a school in New Bedford has just been invited to the superintendency of the schools in San Antonio, ataselauy of $2,400. Two female assistants n .the same school have already gone there; one is teaching in a public school at a salary of $1,500, and the other is about opening a private school under the most favorable auspices. Such facts are signicant. as in. dicating the extinguishment of jealousy and prejudice, but more tuan all a strnag desire to establish a system of popular education, The extraordinary influence of ralroads on the prosperity of the neighborhood through which they peas Is ably illustrated at the West, and that quite recently. At the romssing of the International and Texas Central Railroads, where only a few mouths since was a dense forest of oak, hiekory and other growth, there now stands the fourishing young city of Hearn. Only eight months o14, Hear., Texas, has a pop. tlation of several thonsmnd. Lost, strayed or stolen, several large am" joritles for Toole In Montana Have been missing here shine the workilagSe of eas. tans met the money Ring at the ballot boxa Any lanfermation conerning them will be thankfully received by the supporters of Mr 'olte.o