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i CORINNE DAILY JOURNAL. TELEGRAPHIC! FROM ALL SECTIONS. The Eureka Sentinel of the 28th ult. says that three of the furnaces of the REPORTED SPECI U.LT POR THE COXIMME DA1LT JOCXXAL BT TQE WESTER IXIOX COMPART. Eureka consolidated produced on Friday 24 hours 251 bars of bullion of 115 Concord, N. H., June 6. The LegisThis is ,the largest pounds each. lature convenes amount ever made in 24 hours by any All but ten of the 168 Representatives The jury three furnaces in America. calculated upon as Democratic party in -- the case of Charley Douglass, who were present last evening. killed Holbrook, in Idaho, failed to strength, The Democrats are claiming Abe oragree, and were discharged- - equivalent of the House ' by ten' majorInforma ganization to a dismissal of the case. in which event several vacancies tion wanted of Wm. Sirlott, who was ity, will not be filled until after the Convenliving at Virginia City, Nev., when last tion for counting the votes for Governor heard from two years ago, says the Elko assembles. Independant , but is believed to have left If the Democrats are successful, G. for White Pine soon after. Any one W. N. Pittman, Democrat, of Bartlett, knowing his whereabouts will confer a will be elected President of the Senate, great favor by addressing bis niece, and W. N. Gout, Labor Reform, of Miss Emma Stuber, Chillicothe, Peoria Weare, Speaker of the House. Smith, Stewart of county, Illinois. New Orleans, June 6! The water in the steamer Pelican, who was supposed the Lake and canals is receding slowly. to have been shot or drowned by order The canal crevasses have been closed. of the lynch court for an alleged outrage Waterin' the city has receded an inch. on a little girl at Umpqua, has arrived in the overflowed districts Jiave in San Francisco in safety. He says the People suffered much, and collections are taken court fined him $20, spent the money in up for their relief. whisky, treated him, and then rowed Rome, June 6. By order of the Pope, him six miles down the river and let mass is said for the French priests murhim go. It is rumored he owes his esdered in Paris. cape to his connection with a secret soWashington, June 6. Private letters Twelve cars loaded with iron ciety. received in this city from England, state for the Utah Southern, arrived at Salt that Disraeli will positively support the Lake City, Utah, on Saturday. The Silver Statef of Union ville, Nevada, Treaty of Washington. His influence, added to that of Sir Stafford Northcote, has a new heading far muck more be in the House of Commons, is expected The Ida Reese, coming, we think. to carry a majority of the Tory party. the first boat of the season from Fort The salaries of Postmasters throughBenton, arrived at Silver City June 1st. out the country are to be adjusted on a She brings probably the most valuable basis of their receipts during July and cargo of robes and furs ever brougl and thc new scheddown the river ; 8,000 bales all toldj the August of this year, ule of salaries will go into effect July value of which is estimated at about ' y Wednesday Homing, Jone 7r 1871. FU A NCEMVHAT NEXT 5 There seems to be a good deni of peculation as to what next in France. 1 he French problem is getting to look nearly as bad as the Mormon problem. The fall of the Commune is signalised by proceedings no less barbarous than theirs on the part of the Thiers Govern jnent. ' A rrvsts, convictions, ami executions are but three motions of one act. Platoon firing not being sufficiently expeditious to execute the military sentences, the mitrailleuse is called in, and men and women mowed down bv whole-sale- . This must cease some time, ami what theu? Will the Versailles Assembly provide for a general election, and surrender its provisional power to the new Or would anything be Assembly? gained if it should ? The present body has displayed considerable wisdom for a French Parliament, if it was too lenient at first with the brigands of the Commune and is now too harsh with them. Perhaps it would be as well for it to hand France over to a new monarchy as anything, and indications are not wanting that it will do so. This may be and in fact is, termed treason to republicanism, but while it has not been proved that France wishes a republican government, it has been abundantly proved that she has no idea what it is. She cannot comprehend the meaning of the word liberty. She showed of d to-da- g y. h e ? , Good made speeches through their 1 i Eacky j -- Academy. ! - - . Fromthe TYibtnte, Billiard. naU. Orleans, June 6. Twenty-fiv- FIFTH (BIWEEI V June 6th: Utah AND S'W, V Oormne, The Only Hotel Fire-pro- of House .the City . v, Ah. Mrs. CORDELLA, Proprietieh(, Stone. Building fourth street E.! P. Wiiwchell, Granite, I Corinne. Snyder has struck the Brewer. The his taken this ),H tunnel. in Sunbeam recently Congar refitted and ft Stowell, Colorado street. Having Campbell Brewery, City , and lioomis vein has .been struck in Montana Brewery, E. P. Fourth street. propose to keep as good a Hotel a can f '1 nal the West. 4 Bath House. Harris mud Pecks shaft. A contract MonLouie Bath House, II. W. P. Spencer, has been let on the Gypsy Nell the Sainttana Attentive Walters to See to the Ce.1 street. on Work 400. for fort off the Guests. 100 feet sink Boot and Shoes. parties block. KirkendeU'e L. the Eureka Hill is progressing. Dr. II. Demers, ' A. Gunn, Manufactory, Montana street. A Co Montana Street. Strauss and the Sunbeam is J. day Congar pushing 9 Butcher Shops. . , The results. with satisfactory night, C. P. Market, D. J. Ileyfron, Klrkendalla block. 2 2 IT North Front street. Sboebridge lode is panning out bueno. street. ft Son, Montana TO AND FROM THE CARg The Chicago lode is being developed; R. Martin Builders Material. Je3tf Dr. mad Cougar average $50 D. W. Parkhurat, west of depot. by assays in silver, $114 in gold, and 20 per ceut. Commission. Tintic Items. 1 Winac-bell- I r Hi 9 9 - HACK world-renowne- d Huntoon, San Francisco. Ellsworth ft 8outham, Kelton- 1. D. etropolitan ' Crockery and Glsaavrsre. I. M. Barrett, Montana street. Sisson, GREEHEwALD, MONTANA STREET, Dr. U. Hadley, Montana street. Druggists, - CORINNE, ft Co., Mou tana street, llurlbut Bros., Montana street. Doctors. UTAH. lo. J. W. Graham M. D. Montana street. Mrs. II. K. Painter, R. K. Depot. 11. R. Roberts, M. D., Suit Lake City. Travelers will II ml, till House Equal to uuy iu the Territory. Dry Goods Ad. Kubn ft Bro., Montana street. P. J. Farwell, Montana street. Sisson, Wallace ft Co., Montana street. L. Demers, Kiikeudall's block. Farming Implements. Geo. A. Lou e, near depot. Gerrisli ft Miles, Montana street. e Hotel, Proprietor, Clothing. Wallace ft Co., Montana street. Dentist. J. W. McNutt 6 IXAL02X D. Conway, Montana street. Simon, Wallace ft Co., Montana street. Raneohoff ft Co, Montana street. ' -- C J. C. Kuncy, Corinne. All Mall and Express Coach start from this House. Goods. Furnishing ft Organization op the Eureka. The $i8on, Wallace Co, Montana street. Eureka Mining Company of Utah was House furuishiug D. Conway. hundred liou&es have their ground floors and Prior, Chicago. organized and incorporated under Brown Wadsworth ft Co, Chicago. under water, and more than that num- fully Philip on the 25th 0. 1). Richmond, Montana street. the laws of the ber of families are homeless and deso- inst., with a paid-u- Territory of capital $500,000. J. St ran tut ft Co, Montana street. Hotels. late. The incorporators and trustees of the ft Greenewald, Proprietors, Mulsh The canal runs from thc city to Lake company are Joab Lawrence, of St. Metropolitan Montana street. River House, E. A. Stalin, Proprietor, oppoPonchartrain. There is always a navi- Louis ; John N. Whitney aud J. C. Bearsite of Chicago; Thos. Marshall, Masonic the Depot. Richards, House, George Chuplow, Proprietor, North gable channel ten or twelve feet deep, C. C. Eddy, George Crimson and Thps. Frout street. and river .steamers aud schooners per Taylor, of Salt Lake City. President, Silt er Star Hotel, Lewis Silvers, Proprietor, a street." ' Lawrence Joab John Salt Lake House, Tildcn ft Lawrence, Salt Lake ; petually pass and repass. . N. . and Treasurer, Whitney estiSecretary City. The damage done by the flood is Win. H. Wood, of San Francisco. The Ogden House, John Mahon,V.Ogden, Utah. mated at $500,000. Cheer House, F. Sehultx, Proprietor have taken immediate posses- WlatFront company street. G. A Prussian sion of the San Francisco, June property which embraces Bakeries. sea Captain, residing on Folsom street, nearly all of Eureka Hill, Tintic; have City Bakery, F. W, Schultz, Proprietor, Front street. j suicided with strychnine last night, be- already a force of fifty miners at work, Uuton Bukery, George Ifunf, Proprietor, Montana able under are and superintendence, street. cause his wife absconded yesterday with , to erect stamp mills and other Groceries. preparing another Captain. SI. Montana street. 1, all Barratt, possible dispatch. machinery uhh Sisson, Wallace ft Co, Montana street. E. II. Brand, a young German, also S. L. Herald, Bros, Montana' street. Stanley RansofiofT ft Co, Montana street. suicided by blowing out his brains, on G. Goldla-rgMontana street. A Amkricon 16 New rio&tnna Street, First-Clas- s Corinne, TERRITORIAL NEWS. I'F.flH ' .... , 4 . Female Academy, Ra E. E. Cayterpreter. Principal. lias, London, June 6. The House of Asiaym. Lords passed the bill authorizing Can- Tieruan A WilliiB' ion, Salt lake City. ada to organize Territorial Governments Attorneys. Corinne. E. R. Mown, lying between the Dominion and the D. J. Toohy, Onriane. Fitch ft Mann. Salt Lake City. Pacific Coast A. Huggan, Salt Lake City. f ' Advices from Hongkong, May 26th, Stationery. H. Elliott, Montana street. report a Coolie .ship from Macao for 0. G. L. Holt; Poet Oflce Building. ' Callao was horned at sea, and 600 Banker. Coolies perished. Hnaeey, Dahler ft Co., Corinne- Bank of lead. ' Professor Haydens exploring party, a portion of which was in town yesterday, will probably leave Ogden on Fri day next for the North. They will run a line through the Cache Valley to Fort Ellis, Montana, from whence they will obtaiu an escort and then proceed to the headwaters of the Yellowstone River. They will pursue their labors until next October, when cold weather will prevent further work. Mr. A. P. Rudolph, the billiard player, arrived in this city yesHis wonderful feats 1, 1872. terday morning. the said admiration of all elicit are to Receipts from Internal Revenue billiard will He give an exhisources for thc first six days in June of bition ofplayers. his skill before he leaves the the present year, compared with the citv. same time in June of 1870, show a fallVells, Fargo & Co. shipped this mornto Lees & Waller; New York, 14 ing off of nearly five millions. This is ing bullion from the works of Raymond attributable to the operations of thc new bars & Ely works, Pioche, Nevada. law'. Baoiness Directory. e. to-nig- ht yr Tooplf rSHtlna: tbit tty to tradjsendlrfor goods, otfeesiring erythlng fhnr&erp, wllKad the introduced remarks the fblluiing Ht Vilaabla fo rrttraace, aiCa gfew opening LittlA Raven and Buffalo kIj npcwlBI jtBortbljr uJJilkirljrdMlt with strangers by going t? or testing to any tif these parties.; in- -- as much in 1792, in 1815, in 1830, in 1848, and again in the last four months, and now. On four great occasions the William Bigliam, proprie French people have delivered themselves $300,000. from their kings, only through riot, tor of the principal hotel at Covington, June 1st, with a sixteen bloodshed, terror and confusion to set up Neb., eloped year-olgirl, daughter of Major Cowles, others. The Frenchman understands a mili- Mayor of the city. Miss Cowles left home in the morning, ostensibly for the a fortified tary leader, a faction-fight- , of going to school, but really to camp. Capable of great culture he is purpose with a who was yet without self reliance. He clings to join Bigham, affair haswaiting created quite his fellow, he loves, not fears, centraliza- carriage. The The Omaha Herald says tion. Seignories, monkeries, jesuits, a sensation. a movement is on foot to organize a mummeries, grand domains ; idleness, Life and Fire Insurance Com indolence, slavery, mental slavery, the Farmers The land sales of worst of human conditions ; furious pauy in that city. the Union Pacific Land Department in fanaticism, love of war and disorder, distaste for patient industry, no accumul- this city, says the Omaha Herald , during ate habits, restless, treacherous, uncer- the month of May amounted to $110,000. The Herald says an excursion partain, fantastic, bombastic, such is your Frenchman and such he bus always ty from the East, embracing several Atbeen in the main, and doubtless will al- gentlemen largely interested in the lantic and Pacific railroad, will arrive ways be. in Omaha on Monday, en route to San Capable of great deeds, however, in muscular energy and rapidity of action, Francisco, where a conference is to be Californians and held with surpassing all other men. Jealous on the locatiou prominent of the Atlantic and Pacific the point of honor, emotional, a dreamer on the past, generous, refined, road definitely determined upon. licentious cruel, gallant and brave, war The Denver Netcs inveighs very justly is the game for which he was made. He the quashing of the prosccation is not more courageous than other men against late Collector of Kansas, of John but more warlike. On two great occa for the Speer, embezzlemeut of $158,000 of sions he has saved Europe, once from public money, and suborning of false devoured Attilas once being by Huns, affidavit men, to cover it witnesses, from being enslaved by the Turk. From The Department compromised the the remotest period of history be has up. matter for $11,000, on the petition of been the same. Long prior to his subSenator Pomeroy, aud most of the leadhad Ciesarhe overflowed the jugation by editors, politicians, and officials of limits of Gaul, the country now called ing the State. The money seems to have France, crossed the Alps and plauted been used chiefly for political purposes. himself in the north of Italy j he had It is a bad case, view it in whatever sacked Rome, he had burst into Greece bad for Speer and his we and plundered the Temple of Delphi. light badmay for the Department, bad for War and plunder, violence and blood- tools, Senator Pomeroy and the leading politished were his delight then as now. From cians of Kansas, bad for the State, bad Brennus to Napoleon his war cry was for the cause of public and private inthat of last August. u To the Alps to tegrity everywhere. It is also bad as an the Rhine I illustration of that trite but true saying, What of republicanism among such a u The laws are made only for tho&c not people. Theirndeas of liberty, freedom, able to break through them. and equality are innately vicious. Withe am 0 out a military leader they are lost. Thc Military Departments are to be There isnt a drop of democratic blood about the end of this month. in the veins of the whole race, nor can It is expected that Gen. Sheridan will they by any possibility form a just con be trausferred from Chicago to New An immense body ception of liberty. over York, with a command of men of matchless ignorance the East and thc South. extending Gen. Schofield and indolence, sunk in abjject poverty, will be transferred from San Francisco the little plats to St. dividing and Louis, with a command embracing of land left them by their forefather, un- the entire Indian country. Gen. Meade til their condition is scarcely superior to will succeed to the command of the Pathat of their beasts of burthen, such is cific Division, unless he should prefer to France Doubtless its free choice remain on the Atlantic slope, in which of a government would be by overwhelm- case he could receive a Department ing odds, Napoleon, the man who command under Sheridan, aud Gen. wrought for twenty years to isolate her Ilalleck, now in the South, be restored and make her hated as a nation, then to his coveted position at San Francisco. led her without sword or shield against The Department of the Lakes will probthe greatest military power that ever exbe discontinued, and Gen. Cook isted. Doubtless, too, Napoleon would be ably find the reward of long and faithful the best ruler that Heaven could send it service in the repose of the retired list. fit head to fit body, fit body to fit m head. President Grant is at Long Branch. . A late Indianapolis dispatch says H. On the 7th of July, with several of his W. Caldwell, a grocer of that city, and military associates, he will witness the a descendant of John Casine, who, in graduating exercises at West Point. 1773, leased eight acres of land in the His son Frederick is in the graduating vicinity of Trinity Church, New York, class. The boy has had one years study for 99 years, has established his title to in addition to the regular lime allowed, in a class of the property, and compromised with the and stands thirty-ninte members. When the father present occupants, receiving $1,000,000. forty-on. in a graduated he stood twenty-sevent- h At Chicago, a few days since, Bishop class of fifty-fivmembers; V hitehOu.se inaugurated a schism in the 0 mm Episcopal Church, by formally pro- ..The trial of C. C. Bowen, for bigamy, nouncing the sentence of the Ecclesias- has resulted in his conviction. His tical Court xf said Church against the counsel moved for a new trial, and pendRev. Charles "E. Cheney, deposing him ing the hearing of the motion, he was . . from the ministrr. held in $5,00(Pbail. sub-dividiu- in Tremont Tern-pjThe jiall was crowded to its utmost Opacity. :Gov. Caflm presided, aud in lie reception FHEE -- BUWH TO AND p THE CARS. FROZX 1 Mon-tan- Vice-Presiden- THE VERT LATEST DISPATCHES. MIDNIGHT REPORTS. o Philadelphia, June The Third Annual Exhibition of the Photographic Association of thc United States, opened this morning at Agricultural Hall, with a display of the finest photographic works of art from all parts of the world. The total loss by the fire yesterday, on Marshal street, is $10,000. Aspinwall (via Kingston), June 6. Affairs on the Isthmus of Panama are quiet. Advices from Peru report the prosperity of the country increasing. Bolivia dates to tenth of May received. The Ministry is unpopular, the Indians warlike and threatening, and had seized several haciendas. There are several candidates for the Presidency, and trouble is expected. Advices from Gonaives to the first contain accounts Of a terrible fire which destroyed a large number of buildiugs. Prospects excellent for heavy crop of 6. AMocIrnf t WINES. new page devoted to fashion, society, muquarto, sic, education, church, masonic, military, theatre, fine arts, clubs, yachting, turf, and other pastime intelligence; published every week in the City of New York, by Pollock & Phillips ; price per annum $3 00. It presents a handsome appearance, and, all in all, is just what is needed, and cant well be got along without by the ladies, both married and single, of this city. A sample can be seen on application to this office. Society. Denver is of ten years growth, a sam- - . Henry Leiwes, Fourth street. L. Demers, North Front street. O. D. Richmond, Montana street. Day, Allen ft Co, Chicago. y. beds. ' MACHINE WORKS, 210 & 212 Beale Street, Near Howard SAN FRANC Diamond 'R Line. N. B. Jobbing Co, Montana street. II. Elliott, Montana street. Henry Benhalter, Montana street. Int. Rev, Collector. 0. J. Hollister, I 1 M ( , , ' ''MEAL AND FEED.: , FACILITIES FOB FURNISHING THE Trade in cax load lots, at low rat, are unequalled. OUR , A most terrible and singular accident SlvEITH. MONTANA, iow i, boons: co, - . Mannfactarerti' of and XXX FLOUR, , Shepherd, House and with Ih'tpakh. nijJtf KNIGHT & Ica. 11. d Repairing done . O. U. ' and Mining Machinery. Mill Fruit. , OF 'TO. AND ALL KINDS OF Gina-cot- t. Fast Freight. John Hell. n. cAN'run t Stcum HiiiueH, Corinne Branch of the Great 'Western, W. II. Agent. M. House, u in) Alt HAWK I US & CANTRELL, Insurance. L. Lebenhaum t. HAWKINS. WM. MANUFACTURERS Office, Baok of Corinne. ple of a live American town of Lumber, Santa Fe is three hundred years old ; D. W. Parkhurat, west of depot. ; witn a back a out of Liquors. age, type rusting cor. Fifth and Montana street. civilization. Denver is all astir with sa- Sam. L. Tibbals, ' Ransohoff ft Co, M. 1. its streets business Barratt, men, gacious pushing Lindsly ft Co, Sacramento, and buildings handsome, its society in- Sweet, Leonard ft Co, Chicago. Wallace ft Montana street. Sisson, telligent and refined. Santa Fe presents Stanley Bros, Co, an air of thriftlessness, indolence, sloth Livery Stables. not quite dead, but sleeping ; indiffer- Hardenbrook Bros, Front street. J. R. Tagcrt, Montana street. ent tradesmen, poor schools, low adobe mechanics. buildings, filthy streets and poverty. W. W; Hull, Bricklayer and Plasterer. to-da- lt Gerrish ft Miles, Montana street. Huntington, Hopkins ft Co, Sacramento. ft , Mi" The table i always supplied with the in the market. t ftw Neatly furnished rooms and good, V Hardware. Hugh KlrkcmlaU, irlth the licttt . and LIQUORS ClOAllS. t, - receiving a refusal from a young woman to marry him. The citizens of Cherokee Flat tore down the cabin of Austrian George, the murderer of Miss McDaniels, and burned his body with the materials. liar The, Orders Promptly Pilled- . - - j6dt2) Pacific Stable, Sign-Painte- CORNERf THIRD A MONTANA Machinery. STS., occurred at a colonial town called Vic- Agricultural Geo. A. Lowet, near the depot, team Engines Hawkins ft Cartrell, San Francisco CORINNE, - UTAH toria, in SQuth Africa. A water-spou- t l Agents.' C. burst six mile above the village, and the See third Newspaper Iroprof this paper. page water rushing dowu through a ravine in TTAVE ON 'HAND AT ALL TIMES, THE Powder. XX very beet Saddle and Carriage Horae, which the town was built, washed half A. W. Taylor, Montana street. and all kind or vehicles. The boot turn-.u- tS in the town. Pianos. the town away, and drowned over one ft Baner Deals J. coffee. In Hones and Cattle off all Kiad Co, Chicago. hundred of the citizens men, ' Stock taken to raneb in enclosed field, y H(f Plckcta San Domingo advices say crops of all and children. D. W. Parkhurat, near depot. or 2Xonth,on most Jteaaonablt Day, Weekf kinds promise a heavy yield. ' Worms J Printing. New Central the York of Corral The appeal large - . for Freighters. Dally Journal Office, Fifth street. Montreal, June 6. The bodies of jetwa deRestaurant. the journalists, Spaight and Lodge, of Railroad Company from the recent the Montreal Gazette, who went over cision of Commissioner Pleasanton, has Occidental H. F. Foller, Proprietor, Moateaast. been referred by Secretary Boutwell to Rubber Boats.. CO., Cachine Rapids, have ben recovered. DEALER NCity or Mexico, May 30 (via Ha- the Solicitor of the Treasury, to ascer- Breeden ft South wrick. Now York; be can such an Soda whether tain Fountain. appeal CLOTHING; vana, June 6.) Port Ventosa has been DRY GPODS, , , The Arctic, Montana street. the on final action to taken, preliminary closed, and Salina Cruz substituted. BOOTS SHOES. HARDWARE - - . Saloons, , .T,t, , ' The Government is increasing the subject. r. Alhambra, North Front street, Ned Lewis, BEDS A tfD BEDDING, . i f d outfit Osceola, Montana street, Kanady A Thomas, proThe regular army, which the opposition say LIQUORS, t . M tt prietors. is t.o maintain Juarez in power. old the happy-familybe a must CIGARS AND TOBACCO, Lately Casino, Montana street, lleil ft Fiahfcark, props. Union Bakery, Montana street. Geo. llanf; prop'r British 6. June Minister, Mrs. Kingston, SADDLERY Claflin, mysteriously disapAND HARDWARE lady, J n Maracaibo, has returned to his post peared. She appears again, however, in Georgs BondBftiitsna street, a ; , , , Montana Sireei, , . HOTEL) British Minister at Caracas having re- the' N. Y. Tribunt, in which she ex OPPOSITE METROPOLITAN (NEARLY . ; , . . , ' JWrtf fused to send gunboats to his assistance. plains. She says she was locked up un- Gilmer ft. Salfsbary, tojtentaaa. Advices from Gonaives to the first der pretence of insanity by that delectaSewing Machines. ll,w1?11 , ft Wilcox Gibbs, Chicago. fire contains the account of a terrible ble Blood. r , t , '. t h Tailor, which destroyed a large number of L ' Hoftaan, Montana street. At Denver, during May,' there were .. ' ' ' Tobacco. buildings I L. Lebenbanm ft Co, Montana steeet. forty-fiv- e minutes and hours seventeen The prospect for a heavy crop of coffee 174 Water street. New, York. ! hundredths Ransohoff ft Oo, Montana street. - rain,' giving two and fifty-sicents Each Drfnlto bnfy is excellent. ' San Domingo advices say that crops inches, all of which fell from the 6th to Gw. A., . nsurrdS V. : p " t i the ' inclusive. 13th of all kind promises a heavy yield. BEST WIZJE3, LIQUORS A- CIGAR Furniture. 0 mm if W. Lral, t . is estimated that .Nebraska will J. Xtk,treA. Paris, June 6. Reutes buoyant. D. ConwayfKontaoa street. SaLTCO BALL EVERY SVENJfrfl aT int Boston, June 6. The Indian 'chiefs gain 60,000 population by. immigration ' ' Eureka Saloon, ou Montena street. . Directory. vi riling Boston were presented at apub- - this year. C.SNBYD See third page of this paper. ' DUCHINEAU, Hug-gfe- , ' , S. CRAMER & I- I propri-prieto- Woodhull-Clafiin-Bloo- .. , . -- ( - r & ! .YBrcsQance!! - s U , x , 25 I S - -- - It , 'V J Jefi-t- f, vs .