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1 .j' X " - f w. s ,v- 4 r g r "w Hm , , , M ONTANA Marriage. CORINNE DAILY JOURNAL The St. Joseph (Mo.) Union has a article on hasty marriages, QUIPS AND QUIRKS. and shows that much of the miseries of A raw Jonathan, who had leen graz- married life come from matches made on short Getting married ing at n garden in the vicinity of this is one ofacquaintance. the'lnot iniortant acts of life, which in were several marble city, and certainly no sensible man or woman statues, exclaimed, just see what a can do so without serious reflection. waste I There is no less than six scare- The actions fur divorce that crowd our recrows in this ten foot patch, and any one court calendars of late years, mostly in sult from hurrid court ending of em would keep the crows from a five indiscreet and marriage, enacre lot ! 2t tered into before either party knew anythe disposition, habits, or What do you mean by a cat and a dog thing dbout the inother. It is manners of Said a husband to his wife. deed, that there is not morestrange, life? connubial Look at Carlo and Kitty asleep on the infelicity than there is, when we consider rug! I wish men would live half so how many men and women, comparative to each other, enter into solemn Stop, strangers peacefully with their wives.' engagements to love and eherbh each said the lady tie them together and see other through life. The Union says: how thev will fi"ht. Reason and souiul judgment are the c be-- t things in love, as in everything,and No one should attempt to do more whoever jiermits the affections to overthan one thing aT a time. , When vou ride them will find, perhaps when it is have finished slandering your neighbors, too late, when the romance of passion tied and the stern realities crowd in go and say your prayers, but don't at- lias upon them, that their foolish rush into tempt oth at once. the marriage state, without the consent Anna Dickinson asked Judge Bing- of the most disastrous and fatal weakham the queftion, What is the difference ness of their lives. even the best of them, I cannot con- are Marriages, between you and I? not always made in heaven, and if a ceive, Madame, was the quick retort. young woman permits herself to mistake promptings of her undisIn the Right Peace. Chicago has a the immature ciplined heart towards a young man, Society for the "Promotion of Social she probably lias not known for more Purity. There is no place where one is than three moons, for the teachings and more needed. pleadings of heacn, and Hies with him hlie is furnishing another to a Two Iowa farmers have expended victimSquire, for the miseries of a mismatch $1,400 in law suits over a fifty cent and the pettifogging services of a di- i , TQjttl D. W. PARKHURST. WE DEFY COnPETITIOm " ' 1 ' V" .; 5?: ' v - LINE ! well-consider- M FAST FREIGHT EXPRESS LINE! Largest and Finest Stock of LEAVE -- Indlanapell, Cincinnati, 0A. OHIO 0, I'OIt- V r jesr ; vKii v.i ra Ever brought to this market. My gooda are selected from the leading houses. of the Pacific Coast and Atlantic States, and my assortment of both Detroit, Toledo, Baltimore, Albany,Itetc cannot be surpassed. On anci After April 10, 1871, In and Continue During CALIFOllXIA WJXBS Wood anti Mottle, and A Specialities. . miUS only line between Council Blnffa and Chi-CHgo that run Pullman's Palace Bleeping Can, A full line of combined with Pullman's Dining Cars. Baggage checked through mad handled free of WHISKIES, GINS, BRANDIES, Port, Sherry, Champagne, ChAfor . EIGHT DAYS FROM Gorinne to Helena tickets via the Burlington Route. train Is now running between Pacific .Junction and Plattsmoutli, leaving Pacific Junc- tion on the arrival of the afternoon train from A special -- Imported and Domostie- - -- Cigars nnd every variety of LAKE SHORE LINE With Freight Added. a RUNNING THROUGH BETWEEN i CHICAGO, GRAND RAPIDS, 1 San Francisco Prices, -o- Cleveland, BnfSalo, Rochester . AND Contracts O' made for the delivery THE TRADE, Terms will lie as Cheap as the SUPPLIED AT SHORT NOTICE. Cheapest. USED Daily Lin c FROM . NEW TYORK EVERYTHING asv point in Montana. to Will also run a HELENA BEEN TO BYr 'W itHout I Guarantee my Personal Attention 4S An examination of Goods aud Prices res- - LODGE. These combined with elaborate and elegantly furnished and fitted DAY AND NIGHT COACHES, 1 my2dtf CORINNE, f ym2tf Make this the most popular and desirable routo between the West and East. XJ.T. THRO UGeT TICKETS ALL BETS OFF! WAGON DEPOT at all principal Ticket Offices to tho Northwest and Lnutliwest, and at Hie, Company's Offices, No. 60 Clark street. Chicago. Can be procured OF GEORGE THIIE REFEREE HAS DECIDED THAT THE Ator House Saloon, New 1 ork City, sous no II tu.r iiqaors than NED LEWIS, Proprietor is 7 a. Gilmer OF THE CELEBRATED dc Salisburys t STAGE & EXPBESS LINE FROM materials, and arc known all through the West as the best and most reliable wagon made, and are WARRAXTED IX EVERY ItESFECT. iK'dt ConisxE. ao:R,i:&riT TO Also a Full Stock of Neds Time Table for VIRGINIA CITY, HELENA, all sizes. "Wagon CoverS, Wagon Bows, Thimble Skeins, Wagon Woods, Wagon and Carriage Material 6 A. NI Eye Opener. I Qenel Western Passenger Agent, Chicago. mySdtwtf Always on hand and for sale at reasonable prices. Thes wagons are thoroughly made, of the very ALHAMBRA SALOON, The following F. K. MORSE, . LOWE, P. Shuttlers Chicago Wagons OF THE Drinks t A. Cortnne, - - Utah. A FULL STOCK - - - j Car-rol- l's peetfully invited. I Xoiitii Front Street, & Millerss Patent Coupler and Platform; Raker h Smith's Patent Car Heater Creamer's Patent BaMV Drakes, and Ventilsttors. To Orders Prom Abroad. i Chancf. ft Passenger trains on this line are equipped with all modern improvements for the comfort aud safety of passengers, such as Wholesale and Jletall Dealer In Wine, offices In CORINNE. HELENA AND ' TAquors, and Cigar, Cor. JSth and DEER LODGE:. Montana Street, m-- AND FORT BENTON, Appetizer. 8 a. m Digester. OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, 9 a. m Rig Reposer. FOR SAL- E10 a. m Refresher. 11 a. m Simulant. AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICK. Vi M- - Ante Lunch. ALSO 1 P. M Settler. a p. m A La Smyth. Constantly on hand a full supply of Mower 3 p. m Cooler. Reapers, 1 p. m Social Drink. , Reapers, 5 p. m Invigorator. Threshing Machines, G p. m Social Straight. 7 p. m Chit Chat. Sulky Rakes, 8 p. m Fancy Smile. Grain Drills, 9 p. m E nt re Aete. 10 p. m Sparkler. 11 p. m Ronser. An aH kinds of the lct and latest improved MONTANA, Carrying the f. United States Mails t j AND . t. I Wells, Fargo & Cos Express I Self-Raisi- ng I I COACHES LEAVE CORINNE DAILY Helena and Fort Benton, Montana, and connect witlf passenger trains, both ways, of tlie Central Pacific Railroad. j I g, rpiIE V Good Stock 9 I New Coaches , FARM MACHINERY. Warehouse near the Depot, 1 wouldn't if I could; But I noedu't tret about it. For 1 couldnt if I would. Steam Engines, AND ALL KINDS OF The expenses of our wars with Indians since the beginning of the century amount to more than $400, 000, 000, while the amount of money spent in attempts to educate them has only been Mill and Mining Machinery, X. II. Jobbing if Repairing done Kith Dispatch. my2tf RICHMOND, DEALZK 1 N I BUFFALO. & groat on band and for sale r g BETWEEN All the principal Railways of tho Northwest and Southwest connect at Chicago with tho - -- . - and QUICK TIME. CORINNE. my2-d- tf UILCOX TIM. HENDERSON, Agent, CORINNE. & GIBBS my2dtf FAMILY MACHINE WORKS, SEWING MACHINE. hard-workin- 'K Cigar,)y (Cigar, CIGARS, Cigar,)Cigars Cigar, Domestic and Imported Cigars AT. I MICHIGAN SOUTHERN R. R. CHICAGO Case Goods, admired, in rapture "with the Venus de Medici, Bought and Sold. UTAH. mj2-d3- m WHOLESALE DFALER IN Jinbs, for the Report and samples of work both kinds of stitches on the same piece con-tami- ng of goods. CORNELL, WARD 133 Lake my2dlm-wl- y ' 8ABDIXE8, O. k COMINGS, 8t, FINEST IMPORTED W1NK8 k BRANDIES North Side of the Track. D. J. HEYFR0U, Propr. Keep constantly on hand BEEF, All Goods Warranted Etc. niy2-dt- f Sold 6f (Between 10th and 11th Eta, LARD, BUTTER, EGGS, CORNED BEEF, VEGETABLES, fitc am No. 160 Farnam Street, the choicest cuts of MUTTON, PORK, SAUSAGE, BACON, Etc., CHAMPA GXES, rioorochaum & othor Pipes. Chicago. I. MARKET. Block, Qigars, LiQuons, TOBACCO, AGENTSWANTED. IX SECOND HAND GOODS Importer and Its seam is stronger and lem liable to rip than the Lock Stitch. Judges Kjort of the Trial. Send 1 1 P. J. McNAMARA, The Champion of 136 first premiums in two seasons. KirkendaUa A lady who has been read - GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, j Canned California Fruits, ing law is in the most fearful aud agonand Grain Vegetabli izing doubts regarding the legality of Lottery. tf AJCD 4 F. F. AND E. LINE. my2-dtw- LAKE HCOKE KEGS, Cigarn- - Y , CIDER, BITTERS OF ALL KINDS, MARK GOODS CARE OP C. E. PERKINS, Genl 8np't. Gcn'l Ticket Agent, l J. W. MORSE, General Agent. Ales and. Iorter, -0- 1 Conucil Blnffa. A. E. TOUZALIN, California. Wines, ! York, Washington, Boston AND ALL EASTERN CITIES MKXGIsISH ADDS and rOHTEH,-&- the Season. Pittsburg, ' Philadelphia, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC retorted the ha( WM. HAWKINS. T. G. CANTRELL. less man. I mean that I'll not w alk to replied: Well, to tell the truth, I don't care HAWKINS & CANTRELL, my own destruction. stone those gals. And in this determination he persist- about ed, and was carried to the scaffold, where A country poet, after taking a gen- he was turned off, refusiug to do any- era! view of life, has come to the follow 210 & 212 Beale Street, . thing which might he contrued into ing rhyming conclusion: SAN FRANCISCO. Near Howard, his being a party to his own death. live wouldn't forever; Oh, I MANUFACTURERS OF y htendeta, Layfdyette, HELENA AND DEER LODGE m A Touching Incident. A poor little while attempting to jump from news-boa city car, the other afternoon, fell under "the car and was fearfully mangled. " As soon as the child could speak, he called piteously for his mother, and a mes senger was sent at ouce to bring her to him. When the bereaved womau arrived, she hung over the dyincr boy in an agony Mother, whispered he, with of grief. p painful effort, I sold four newspapers, and the money is in my pocket. With the hand of death upon his brow, the last thought of the suffering child was for mother, whose the poor, to. was burdens he striving lighten when he lost his life. eotcnJc Lognsport, d ? Maine, BurU Gale9urg, O O ZEZEUSritTIE mirth-movin- dinary. What do I mane Ottumwa, Dec irOn to clib on dc top of di&hJiigh stone wall, Vermont has a man with a heard sev-- - and I fell off, and all te stone wall tumbled down onto me, and has broken one en feet long. of mine legs off, and both of mine arms, smashed mine rib in and deese pig Humours of the Callows. stones are laying on the top of mine The records of the London Old Bailv body ! Ish dat all ? says the other; arc full of strange stories of criminals and vv, you holler so big loud 1 tot you rot te toofache ! their conduct. Among others is this. An Irishman had been convicted of IIow to Test the Eyes of a Horse. robliery and was brought up with others To teat a horses eye, look at the eye careto receive the judgment of death. The fully when the hor&o is iu rather a dark prisoner, on beiug called on by the off- stable. Note the size and shape of the mind icers of the court, in the usual way, to jupil, carry this carefully in your a to hor&e about the turn while strong you declare what he had to say why sentence the pupil contracts aud appears If ight. of death should not be passed upon him ; much smaller than in the first inatanc,c advanced to the front of the dock with a you may infer that the horse has a good vacant stare, and inquired : strong eye ; but if the pupil remains nearly of the same size in both cases, What is the question ? lis eyes are weak, and you had better You have been convicted of robbery. lave nothing to do with him. What have you to say wdiy sentence of As a gentleman was walking the death should not be passed upon you, streets of Washington the other night according to the law ? three ruffians who te was accosted Faith, answered the prisoner, I pretended to be by drunk, and asked him have nothing much to say, except tjiat I he time of night. I will tell you, do not think I am safe in your hands. said he iu his blandest tones. Placing The court laughed. Sentence was draw out his timepiece, and drawing passed and the prisoner was about to re- out his revolver instead, he presented tire, the officer of the court called him the latter and cooly remarked; It is goThe ruffians vanback and demanded his age. ing to strike three ished in an instant. Is it my age ye mean ? What is your age ? "The bovson Long Wharf have a non 1 I believe I am pretty near as old as wav of getting molasses into their stom- ever 111 be. Uchs. 1 hey take a long string, dip into the molasses, andput one end between Again the whole court was with laughter, but the wretched their teeth, swallow the rest. After calmly enjoying the delicious sweetness g powers wen a while, they take hold of the end of the man, whose quite involuntarily, was doomed even at string and pull it gently out, and repeat the scaffold, to set people iu a roar. the operation, it's fun. If you don't jYae Haven his irons were removed believe it, try it yourself. In the press-rooUnlit uliiun and his arms confined with cords. This A man in Oxford, Illinois, 'u ho was being done, he seated himself, and iu bitten of and calls of the of by a rattlesnake 17 years ago, is JacktKetch spite still taking whi.-k-y to cure the bite. the sheriff to .accompany them in the procession to the scaffold lie remained It is worthy of note that there will be sullenly on the bench where he had tak- a full moon in the first week of each of en up his position. the first seven months of the year. In Come, at last urged the hangman, July there will be two full moons, viz., the time is arrived. on the 2d aud 31st. And in the reBut the Irishman would not move. maining five months the moon will be at . The officers are waiting for .you, the full in the last day of each month. paid the Sheriff. A young married lady being applied Can anything be done for you before . she to for a situation by a servant-girl- , yon quit this world ? asked: No answer was returned. If you wont J ack Ketch grew surly. Why did you leave your last place? Why, you see, maam, replied the go I must carry. he said. and I was too Then you may, said the prisoner, girl, wlii'u I opened the door the gentlemen for Ill not walk. always took me for the missis. Why not? inquired a Sheriff. I'll not be instrumental to my own A Yankee, who had just come from death, answered the prisoner. asked what he had seen What do you mean ? asked the or- Florence, being and whether he was not and good-lookin- The Shortest and meat Deelralde Route to WI3STES, Proprietor, vorce lawyer. con-vulse- COUNCIL BLUFFS TO CHICAGO WITHOUT CHANGE pat ? fllvor TWO EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY ! HUGH KIRKENDALL, WILL a RAILROAD LINE! iu store, the The pleasantest things in the world TW O DUTCH FAKMKKS AT - THE CAPE, are pleasant thoughts ; and the greatest w li os e farms were adjacent were out in art in lifo is to have as man as pos their respective fields, when one heard fcible. an unusually loud hellooing in the direction of a gap in a high stone wall, The right side of a drinking saloon and he ran with all speed to the place the out side. when the following brief eon creation at ish te matter? Slum, Base ball has killed twenty-fiv- e per ensued: Yell den, says John, I was trying sons during the season. - i takes pleasure in undersigned tluit lie lias just received, and lias The AND , calf. :i f,f OMAHA, NTCB. WEST END DEPOT. J ALL OBDKR8 PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. myStf .