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LXT M B El! CORinriE DAILY JOURNAL. Little Tilings and Great Result. A gnat choked Pope Adrain to death, Which caused wonderful changes in the whole world. - : r A Councellor from Rome was .stran- gled by a hair in the milk which he drank. This event caused the most serious results of any thing that occurred ELLSlVOirni -P- DEFY COMPETITION ! I LIQUORS. BUILDING - t LOW glasses. The art of printing was suggested by a man cutting the letters of his name on. the bark of a tree and impressing them on paper. On account of which we have books printed on good legible type on almost any and every subject sought by the human mind. i Little drops of water, little grains of sand. Makes the mighty ocean and the pleasant land. Ages are made up of moments, foun- tains of drops, and human character of Kttle words and actions. The Vagabond Sage. An old man of very active physiognomy, answering to the name of Jacob Wil mot, was brought to the police court. His clothes looked as though they might have been in his youthful bought second-hanprime, for they had suffered more from rubs of the world thau the" proprietor FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC cannot be surpassed. In ENGLISH ALES and BOltTEBrG A Specialities. sand nrsTBmsmi, ersmsa usis'al 8mi,::itrrsni Having large connection with the most prominent Houses fit Europe, and facilities for the manufacturing of Goods not attainable by any other house, we are enabled to offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE. Catalogues of Pianos, Organs, ifelodeons, or Merchandise, will be sent to any address upon repaired. application. All kinds of Instruments Pianos Pianos . sold on easv terms. Second-han- d taken in exchange for new ones. . : What business BRANDIES, ? None ; Im a traveler. A vagabond, perhaps.? You are not far wrong. Travelers and vagabonds are about the same thing. The difference is that the latter travels without money, and the former withou brains. SIERRA VALLBT CLBAR SEASONED SUGAR. PINE, Oregon Pine Jriooringr PORT, REDWOOD SHERRY, FIHI3IIING BEIL Ll'M. PINE AND REDWOOD CHAMPAGNE, Where have you traveled ? All over the continent. .Ales nnd Porter, For what purpose ? Observation. CIDER, What have you obsereed ? --ANDA little to commend, much to cen CIDER, CIDER, sure, and a great deal to laugh at. CIDER, CIDER, Humph what do you commend 7 woman who will stay at home ; an eloquent preacher that will FENCING, 1x61 preach short sermons ; a good writer KEGS, KEGS, that will not write too much ; and a fool KEGS, KEGS, Scantling and Mining Tim-bor- o that has sense enough to hold his tongue. KEGS, What do you censure ? -A man that marries a girl for her fine clothing; a youth who studies mediImported and Domestie- Cigars ALL SIZES AND LENGTHS! cine while he has the use of his hands : Cigars-( Cigar, Cigar, and the people who will electa drunkard (Hgar (Cigar, to office. Domestic and Imported Cigars Cigars What do you laugh at? I laugh at a man who expects his and every variety of Case Goods, position to command that respect which his personal qualifications and qualities on hand and for sale Glased and Unnglascd, AT do not merit. He was dismissed. XCtc., Etc. Etc., 1 Bitters of all Kinds, x6. of- ; -- CIGARS, DOORS, WINDOWS, San Francisco Prices, Sib Thomas More. During the time With Freight Added, that Sir Thomas More was Lord Chan cellor, a gentleman who had a suit depending before, him, sent him a present of two silver flagons. The chancellor immediately gave orders to a servant to Builders will find U to their fill them with the best wine in his cellar, EVERYTHING and carry them back tothe gentleman, USED BY THE TRADE, and tell him that it gave him great Advantage to give me a Call an have to to obey SUPPLIED AT SHORT NOTICE. opportunity pleasure him ; and that when the flasks were before Purchasing Elsewhere . empty, he should have them filled again. A FULL STOCK - Jh Prepared to do and A.11 -- WINKS OF ALL KINDS, Montana Sireel, 4 NEARLY OITOflTE METROPOLITAN HOTEL) jvo-t- t . IN EVERY Cor. Montana Street a, CORINNE, ' nrjtf 6th and F j V. T. mylStf filled. Purchaser! from Montana coming to Corinna, era requested to call and examine Stock and Prices. PRINCIPAL. OFFICES t 336 Callfbmla Street, San Francisco. 37 Second Street, Sacramento. 45 Michigan Avowc, ' - - Chicago. and EXPRESS LINE! HUGH KIRKENDALL, Branch Officers, Corlnne, U. T. H. S. RAHSOHOFF President, - - 2JAT BTEIII. Director, Hanager, - 7. H. GLAQCOTT. Proprietor, INSURES Reapers, Threshing Machines, Sulky Rakes, Grain Drills, Plows. 'JAN'ERCHANDI8E, DWELLINGS, STORES AND AA iiummoi aad their contents, d reduced rates. would most respectfully invito the attention ofWe all wishing Insurance to this Home Company, especially TJIho I? rates about to expin, knmiring can give that will be entirely Plow, FARM MACHINERY. ! my2dtf CORINNE. my2-dt- given Dwellings and private Baras And all kinds of the best and latest improved - - - t F03 HELENA AUD DEED LODGE A other property at fair rates of premium ateaatioa to tko Partijmlar Mowers, Gang ' WILL LEAVE -- . Self-Ralci- ng EVERY DA On and After April 101871, and Continue During the Season. W. H. GZ.ABCOTT, Manager. f J. W. LESHER. Gilmer & Salisburys MONTANA STREET, - . - CORINNE Wholesale and Retail Dealer STAGE Cl EXPRESS LlflE . EIGHT DAYS in FROM Furnituro and Dodding, FROM oozRyinsriisriE -A- Corinno to Holona ! ND- TO VIRGINIA CITY, Constantly receiving i' a Jute -- o-o- asemiment , HELENA, iumt diocs garb or: --OF AND FORT BENTON, BUREAUS, CHAIRS Bedoteada United States Mails, KITCHEN SAFES, B. LINE- - ALTD , COACHES LEAVE CORINNE DAILY - and QUICK TIME . TIM. HENDERSON, Agent, CORINNE. my2dtf F. F. LOUNGES, Vacbotand o, c r i be. -- hmnmniNnrik Occca. Wm 6 : is he WC1 y . Cktep . Iaily Line BABY CARRIAGES -- -0- i t Leo, A VARIETY OF Iletdic Burial -0- VWTRACT3 MADS FOR THE DELITW nATTnAOOEaAto BESDtJtUt New Coaches , UTAH. Ooofla at aelowftgarw ADVISORY BOARD i ED. CONWAY, S. L. TIBBALS. Attorney E. P. JOHNSON. Constantly on hand a Dili supply of BLOCK WEST OF DEPOT, COBIirnE, Oarth FAST FREIGHT 1,000,000 ALSO s I MONTANA . ; Good Stocky Liquor, and Cigar, - This Point AND m OF CHICAGO,. ILLINOiS. - 0,000.000 Capital Stock, Capital, AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICES. and Fort Benton, Montana, and passenger trains, both ways, of tha Central Pacific Railroad. ONE-HAL- at Larob Gtcck ea1er 1 OU- R- TO GREAT WESTERN Fire Insurance Co., a Full Stock of X for Helena connect with Wkaleale and Retail Beater in Wine, Je2-3- BRANCH OF THE FOR SALE rilUK OFFICE M onto, n a my2-dt- f CORINNE CITY RESPECT. Vollo, Fargo Ci Coo Exprcco SAM. L. TIBBALS, the country for Tables, . OF THE CELEBRATED AND -- attention OF G" California Veneers and Fancy Woods of all kinds. OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, f -- , LOWE, , pectfully invited. ike SAN FRANCISCO. Carrying the An examination of Goods and Price res- catt Rerpectfufy JACOB 8TRAHLE A CO. 563 Market street, MONTANA S. - CRANER & CO., PJSALKR IN- -, PRY goods; clothing, A BOOTS SHOES, SAPPLERY, BEDS AND PEPPING, LIQUORS, CIGARS A1(D TOBACCO, and Orders solicited from Cushions or Material. Wagon Cowers, all sizes. - Wagon Bows, Thimble Sheins, Wagon Woods, Wagon and Carriage Material To Orders From Abroad, BlacXsznithing in all its Branches. North of Trck. opposite Diamond R Freight Dejy2tf pot, COKiyyE,- keep on hand the Largest Stock of BilCoast, and sell LOWER A$-- Wc Good on the liard Eastern House. than A. I Gaarantee mjr Personal Attention ICinds of HU Always on hand and for sale at reasonable prices. These wagons are thoroughly mmle, of the very best materials, and are known all through the West ns the best and most reliable wagon made, l Wagon and Carriace Making Painting. HARNESS making a repairing We Delaneys Patent Wire Cushions. OF Warehouse near the Depot, WMlIcd : try. CO.0 Ci Patented November 23, I860, in the United States. In France and Belgium in March, 1870. DEPOT Mowers and Reapers, Our flMsilitiee In Trade narw belaid dawnherefram any Sarket, BILLIARD TABLES WITH P Shuttlers Chicago Wagons and are WARRANTED CHINA AND JAPAN gj" Orden promptly Corlnne, - - Utah, Overland Blacksmith Shop, PAT ONEIL, Foreman, OTRAIILS 650 Broadway B. Y, t fro-m- : i . BUY THE CHICAGO. Also MOULDINGS, . SIDING, SHINGLES, California W inea, also find the Delaney Wire Cushion very superior for its elasticity, durability, truth end correctness to anything now in use ; in short, the whole has my most unqualified approval. A.' P. RUDOLPIIK, (Signed) ProL of Billiards. Witness my hand and seaL SAML HERMANN. (Signed) jelO-lNotary Public. 69 Washington Street, TRUCKEE, GEORGE GINS, ; ' v i 'r I KAUTER & CO, W arcroomN, WAGON I- N- Chicago end San Francisco ; nia Gentlemen : I am happy to declare to all amateurs of Billiards that, after ny long experience in the principal citiee of the world, I feel convinced of the superiority of the Billiard Tables m Mo-sic- al W HATING KZStBSXt PAftTNESS iKPCSTira rxsscT Musas. Jacob Straus A Co Billiard Manufacturers, 663 Markeet street, San Francisco, Califor- any WHISKIES, myUtf Cblnobo Goods. JACOB 8TRAHLX A Co. of Rough Lumber front fall line of llj Manufacturers and Importers ' Cagoiganwt ol for the Pacific States, China, Japan, Sandwich Islahds and Australia for the Delaneya Patent Wire Cuahiona, have received the .fotkering ui licited testimonial from A. P. Rudoiphe, acknowledged to be the best player of; the day. Parties wishing Billiard (table with the Delaneys Wire Cushion are cautioned against certain agents who are trying to infringe on our patent. & CO UMm. and Bottle, anf Wood I oat with QAaaTOiq 7 H-TYet- ha mP CALIFORNIA WINES, d himself. FOR CASH! cxdrtaxhoi A CARD. J " TOBACCO, : Idaho. for B. Shonlngcr A Cos and tbe Gold Medal, Silva v Tongue, E. P. Needham & I Son, Church and Parlor Ofgana and J u e v Forwarded to all parts of 'WKOTISIfcN AGBNTD a ' W. W.DodyeRCm. DOwurfiMdJgsfa Barker, WattoonJtCo. WetU, rpo&i Goods LIQUORS, i ait nuirenoo. UTAH, J.MUEE GROCERIES y i,i i Send Shipping Bwelpto to E3LTOU, W v Vroatkonoo Droo. LUDBER YARD, co tjUh IN &Co.'b Espj robyxsiouc)!r eMark Paekaoea Core "EL I. 99 LIQUORS, - DUO. TRUCKEE & CORINNE Several centuries ago some soldiers of Modena carried away a bucket from a public well at Bologna, which was the cause of a long-wa- r; and the King of Sardinia was imprisoned for twenty-tw- o years, where he died. ALL KINDS OF AnEnglish and a French vessel had a ' quarrel about which should be supplied first from a certain well, which induced a war costing 10,000 lives. The great philosopher- Newton saw a MATERIAL child playing with-soabubbles, which im porta ut discoverledhim to ies iri optical instruments.! CONSTANTLY ON HAND Stephen Montgolfier saw a shirt waving when hung before the fire, from which fact he firet aonceived the idea of . a balloon.. AND FOR SALE, When Gallileo- was in the Metropolitan temple of Ffersia,. he observed the oscillations of alamp'j and this was the Ever brought to this market. My goods are selfirst conception of a correct idea of measur- ected from the leading houses of the Pacific Coast time of day- ing-the and Atlantic States, and my assortment of both Tlie- introduction of the teeseope is due to-- little boy playing" with spocta-cl- e . , First National Dank of IdeCo, All Instruments sold by ns are fully warranted for cy tribe. Cortam. i l. - REFERENCES: Other First Class In - JCmiBSI Agents T7eUv PIANO FORTES B.W. PARKHURST .Proprietor. t v. a OSWAQDIdO AD-D- KELTON, UTAH1 TERRITORY, Wm. Knabe & Co., And r- LGUTUAtl. creteoJ, Also General Agents " A Commicofon 03. For the Celebrated in his family. Anacreon, one of the lyrie poets, is said to have lost his life by swallowing takes pleasure in the skin of a rasin. The world then The undersigned that he haa juat received, and haa lost one of the most illustrious poets and instore, the writers. A destructive war between France and England was occasioned by a quarrel between two boy princes. Largest and Finest Stock of The Grasshopper War' which took place about the time the Pilgrims came to New England in the Mayflower, between two Indian tribes, was brought in this WINES, WINES, WINES, t waj: woman with I An Indian her little son went to visit a friend to an-- . " other tribe. The little belonging fellow caught a WINES, 55 wines; the on road ana car- WINES, large grasshopper ried it with him. A lad from the other tribe wanted it, but he would not give it up- - A quarrel ensued which soon drew the fathers and mothers into the dispute, and ere long they were engaged in a war which nearly exterminated one hie-mos- doi J. VE W. IL LOUTOAIf H; Mi ELLSWC2TEL OT ALL STYLES, TOOiTlIR-. V FROM WITH A GOOD ACCORTUElriR OF UCLEtfil TO : Ddm . iodoJjOSeei ui ccmnnn, ncucNA ah MIRZIORS, ALWAYS ON , riAUD. y2-d- tf i D&sn lodge. ' , mj'A"