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I" HOUSEn WILL NO. 7.
PRMI DENT BAGG' SPEECBH.
VIRGINIA, Nov. 30, 1867.
On the concl usion of Mr. Orr's remarks
,resident Bagg took the floor.
HIe .aid lie did not rise to discuse the
.otion. xcpecting to receive the plaud.
u tl.o~e whoi surrounded him. as had
-na divn Iby the citizens of Virginia,
- n l")nme to the remarks made by the
n11.ian from Meagher, Mr. Orr ;be-'
the law of self-interest, and the
on- )f acquisitivense, im lanted in
human heart, abided with the citi
4.f Virginia; and what be had to
- vwould fall upon them like the cold
. of the rugged mountain side. He
STi; ( apital ought to be remov
tr lu Vir, inia to some central point
. -Territry. and there was not one
n ,c.,io'n ulrg..l by the Governor, in the
m~ ue.sage,. of any weight, to influence
bn. indi to the contrary. He would
.t r ',r to the public prints, and
a way from the subject, as the
nrmann had done. who preceded him
• .,ussion. but would remark
.::" .- -er ot the other house, no
,,, i:.- e 1lal, had transcended his
: e;,roative. and his manly
i,. ening telegraphic dispatches
':.stituents, in order to array
a an-t their chosen representa
- a.t represented the interests
:. !,,i. ',nnty. in such a man
are tr her the Penitentiary,
i:.-,;T e i ,,-r interests on all subjects
-,.n ;;n,.' the Capital included. He
Si ,k with scorn and contempt
ransaction, and had no fears
..,, : titents would endorse
•r-, I. must appear singular to
:: , ": when it shall be known,
ivrnr had recommended in
S, mescsage, that all the laws
r..", a-. at the last two sessions,
. neress, should be siuccial
S:.-I. at the present session,
i that the hill now vetoed.
...y of the law passed at
n.i. . law w'hilch rec--ive-d
. sanctiin and si.nature.
r now sayv tlhat tiallatin
I) i. ," :1( nd Ede-rton county
. i, -i. \'Virginia city, and urge s
- il all be in tile bill. Did
- int-re.-:. e.xiit before,
. .. l tllhe t;,rtner bill' ' The
-,ws that under the unjust
n"I her thI)e.-r Lodge nor al
. i lave. It.een put in the
, here. Last session the
had oIbeyedl the voice of the
:I ;i their repretsentativets,
.n! praying that they night
. n :te-, rl1,sition of remouving
..:: , a tei.ii,le and central
\\ !: not ,heyI tlhe l~e.ule's voice
.."n rvlbod v knows, who knows
t, at the 'alpital canaot ,he,
..n u:ntil we form a state consti
,abll lis a state goverunment.
.._ ail tL e intention was to keep
ir!',l , r . 3n t i !,sh ll, and Yel
. ;. ,..untite sh:tll lecmiesettld,,.
, ,k t;iallar.n rity the ('apital.
t't".which h:l -onlr,~llvd
S!i- :,tha, that if hlie hll not
S . i: : y ,t his vote ft the
:, . ,, i avw'e il1 that
1% i. l r un and J. ft.' . a
. . ... .. r, v h. h .i - r
• , : I ' it nt..r " at
; t ! i n <titulents d(i I
.l.. , " ;:i ta ,d the sul.i, ('t or
- l ,;: "i :l' rl,r tr.:s it:',ti. ...
, -, r , ra -.:3 tho objertction
" " ,untv
. , :' , " ý , ;tl' ,,Tr. W :, an ,t1)
.r ._,.. ,," ' t i i "desirt' i - s
t - rr .,"'..,n .Aller creek, or
1. - l .'h na at a ! 'tral
-:' rrit *ry. at t i, nio: h ,,'
- --t., v, the Capital to
it m1:y ;e tound to be in
t-' ". say(s the (iovernor.
: t) .e! us i i it it remains.,r
Sil.i by the unctartainty
: . . i1," ftun' in eav erhead
ti s n,,t prepared to en)dorse
S i. an,'tii by the Extcutive:
.. :.tal should remain at Vir
Na ii ., rthern Pacific railroad
S:,. •tin be located at somie point
-.:.. ..causte we m1ight have to
R:..: t,i", .', a long year, and he did not
n't or wiSe to han-. the
.: al intere-ts upon the
a :a i'"al C'ongress. lie
n. the C'ouncil that
Sa;,ital should becomet
., : ,cated, in the future.
i. ,, dIulbt it wou*dl Ie located
S, - 1., i, Cityv, in Deer l,,odge
r",n ilis ,resent d,,ire was to re
. t,, I to a central point. Hie
...:.i:, ", in every manly way to get
: rs ,,the Legislative Asseiu
y ", r,-tne it to the city of Deer
'. !t they would not acquiesce in
"- r:sittn. He had done the next
. n. which was to get the peni
:': !' ated there, with the Capital
'a.n:t. ,r the present. lie should
I"-ni.nate the Governor, norimpugn
SI:,iv,. lie had a right to set at
::a.,,e peoples' representatives by
:... Vt , .power, granted in the Organic
: an. receive the consequences. As
S" ii: m! f. he should ".xetrcise his rights
a ~1 rnnher of the Legislative Assem
;- ,n qood judgment, without fear,
.,'jr ,r misguided advice from any
r:ter The gentleman from Meagher
S. -Ikln of the political effect of his,
-d othl-r members courses here, and he
11uid n"'. . Ill , *hi k nervat hin mean
,quid nt tollow him through his mean
:'rins. but would say that he never
~ Uid give his consent to leave the
api:tal at Virginia, in Madison county,
"Were the people had endorsed the uaan
to had aided and abetted Judge Mun
*1 to make a cat's paw of Congress in
ýn°lling the laws of this Territory.
B: Ba^ said he had been an unwaver
:tIiu Brat from his youth up, and
:1ad s.worn before high heaven that
could never vote for a man who
" ~d not support the Crittenden Com
:'is, that would have stayed the
nd at brothers from imbruing their
4d4 in each others blood, as they have
:oe in the State internesine war; nor
Fuld he ever vote for a man who had
.!rthing to do in annulling the laws,
" for one who has ever voted to sus
aia such an one.
ýew York has three handred horses
' 6th can make their mile in les then
We find the following just tribute to
Bishop Tattle in the Idaho &a8i~rs of
Nov. 16. What is seid of him s Bolis
is true of him here. He is emphatically
the right man in the right pines.
It is becoming for as to sp.k in .nm
plimentary terms of Bishop Tattle, who
left this city yesterday for Salt lake,
Perhaps no man ever aequired so many
friends, dauring so short a stay, in Boise
City as he has. Bishop Tuttle is a
speaker of unaeommon power, a vigorous
thinker and a most earnest christian
preacher, as well as easy and eourtoans
in his manners. He seems wholly devo
ted to his profession and the work of
doing good. With all his other good
qualities he combines a remarkable de
gree of common sense, which makes him
admirably fitted for a western preacher,
nojless than to have charge of a diocese.
His sermons were pronounced the ablest
ever delivered in this city, not so much
because they were elegantly written, as
from the forcible yet candid manner in
which he delivers homely truths. As a
speaker he understands the exact impor
tance of each word or syllable in a dis
course, and treats it accordingly. His
enunciation is so distinct and clear that
the hearer is never in doubt for a mo
ment as to what he is saying, and so de
liberate that his audience have time to
think the subject over and comprehend
it fully as he goes along. The hearer
seems to understand the subject as well
as the speaker. Nor is there any tardi
dess in his speech. The hearer is as
tully occupied during his longest pauses
as with his most rapid utterance. He
engages the attention of his audience
with the introductory sentence and
keeps them thinking to the close, always
in perfect silence and not unfrequently
in tears, He is the youngest Bishop in
the Church in America, having just ar
rived at the canonical age His visit to
Idaho will be remembered with profit
and his coming again be looked for with
The New York .lorld repudiates the
financial theories of both Pendleton
Austria has had no hard money since
uLCe.Il AtFnt of the ti;oerle-t ad IpprOeed Deposit
t FOR DISBURSING OFFICERS.
EZRA MILLARD, Prcside'it.
J. H. MILLARD, C,,Ikicr.
Omaha National Bank
SCapital $100,000. Authorized Capital $500,000
I 'IIS BANK deals in Foreign and I)ome.tie Ex
eL han.e. (v ern:nent ioods, (iold Coin, and
makes the purchase of
Go11 Dust and Bullion a Specialiiy !
J. II. Millard. ::rmerly of Allen & Millard, Bank
or, at Viririnia an telena Cities, Montana,'is now
('a-hir ,of thlt Ilank, and will Ie pleased to se.
hi3 M.ontana friryils. 147-6m
W. Y. Pemberton, E. W. Toole.
Pemanberton & Toole,
A TTORi E A'YS-A. T-LA W
HI-LENA, - - -- MONTANA TERRITORY.
' ILL ir' - ti'e in all the Courts of the Territory
Sof Montrabs h-t
J. B. LOtLASLNiE, _
li,., Ilol 1 r id.g'.e,
,a th,, most d.rect r-::e frrnm Virtin;a City to Silver
Itow. k'els on hand
A LARGE SUPPSLY
- ( -." -
REFRESHMENTS PROVID-D FOR TRAVELERS
A FINE STABLE
S, IIllIM and T. M litor. have this day formed
Sa cot,-,rt rershibp. undter tne tirin nameof rlIh
-: Ml tOr. .or the pur;:'1se of earr3Ying on the as
sao inb business at thn o,!dt stand of Bobm & Moli
:,r. T'hley hope t') merit a continnance of their pat
I.nage bestowed upon their p-" Iecessors.
Ile:ena, Nov.6, 1467. twrt
le Vallace Street,
d VIRCINIA, - MONTANA.
Ie DEAIERS IN
er Faucy and Staple
e STOVES, &c.
er IN OONNEOTION, HAVE A
n- Where we are prepared as easeto ll aM ids
of Job work, with neatness and dispateb.
PmCiS TogmUT THE TIME.
.t Flre-Proof Stone ware ona es.
.mUBOLD8 EXTRACT BWCKU g1Y heal
Saad vigr to the bAmadm bl rn N th pallhi
sheak. Debility is eeom(p lei , mY alam
ag ay nptini mad If a. veatmemib inhaid t
h the Gross Burs
E.lmhs, s Otat.s 3. '- "
Is t.e Go. earmr.
Usik -. puea g ".1
Oer.ir n Idaho a td JaC..o st
Selling offil at Cost !
I 'gSale positive, immediate and
lavingfdelded to elose out tbelentlre stock
of goods to quit business,.they are offlred at I
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
AT ACTUAL COST PRICE.
Dealers and consumers are so
Call at once,
and secure Bargains
in the endless variety ot
i i bec han cise
ConDi'tinn in part of
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Isats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Ladies' Trimming Goods,
Iron and Steel ot all slses,
OAK AND ASH LUM ERj
*. 1 y ds..
Viginia, M. T., O.. 24, 18e7.
SW. i n a ~a . 1 mnlm
w. TILTON 4L O
Or. Waism md Jacvb St.,
Virginia. City, M. T.
8tationery and Blank Books,
ofovey sine and kind.
Pocketand Memoranda Books
Arnold'. Writing Fluid,
Pens, Pencils, Inkstands,
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
Mining and Law Blanks,
Fishing Tackle !
OF BEST MANLUFACTURE.
IOREPH GRIFFIrIT. WVLIAW TI)OMProN.
GRIFFITH & THOMPSON
lIN ALL KINDS OF
SASH AND BLINDS,
And al Iin ls of
B UILDING MA TERiAL,
W e E pare d to Contract for the erection of
QUARTZ MILLS, DWELLINGS, and all
Ikads of binrns hbores.
STONE, BRICK OR FRAME
A LSO keep costantly em hand a hahoe as
STORE ON iDABO STREET.
w seme the lpno ta. wit our mbllt.
.r maIl wee take eaootrm. at the
ery Ilows IRnree.
O 1FIC mad Lumber TYad, on eowr of Idahe
as TVan Dre S reetus av w&tw
R. S. HAMILTON,
wholeh ah Doe" Daear in
STOVES & HARDWARE,
ALL KINDS OF
?II, 3IUT.IIOI & tOPPERTAI
aspts eae bd.
- -Sd.tet eb. dem Me bwmme
"ast asner, Tes . er.s .a 0s eItDe o
I.gtma otr. T.. AIg. 1 18m. IITrr
Wds1wrth & Rartes
254 Broadway, New York.
GS AL WuTERW OFFICE:
St Joseph, - - - Missouri.
ILL OtRWARD FRIlGHT TO THI TE_~ -
TY T Ai I~
From their Warehuses at the terminus of-the
Union Pacific Railroad
U. P. RAIL ROAD, E. D.
For rates, sbipping directions, etc.. apply at the
General Oofies of the Company, or to
Kight & Parker, Agents, No. 106 Washington
George B. McCulloh, Agent, No. 42 South
5th 8treet, Philadelphia.
Bidney Bice Agent, No. I Burnet House Cin.
Joseph MoEntire, Agent, No. 72 Commercial
8treel. St. Louis.
Henry Hargis, Agent, No. 53 Clark St. Chic'go
Daniels A Brown, Agents, Denver, Colorado.
George T. Clark, Agent, Central City. Col.
Fisher & Cass, Agents, Golden City, Colorado.
Godbe & Mitchell, Agents. Salt Lake City.
PFOUTS & RUS]SELL, Agents, Virginia
Daniel Corbin, Agent, Helena, Montana.
Smith & Graeter, Agents, Bannack and Mon.
C. E. Blake, Agent, Santa ?e, New Mexico.
Oscar Nicholson, Agent, Junction City, Kan
sas. (present terminus U.P. RR. E.D.)
G. C. BARTON, Contracting Agent, Nort,
Platte Station, Nebraska, (present terminnu
U. P. R. R., or to
F. E. SHORT.
137 General Traveling Agent.
B. A. MELTON & JOHN B. TAYLORU
STOR.. AGE. FOR WA4RDING
Fort Wenton, 1Montana Territory.
B RING exclusivelev in the Storage and Commis
sion business, we will give our individual
attention to reeeiving, storing and forwarding all
goods consigned to us. We respectfully sol;iit the
patronage of the b)usineas men of Montana Terri
tory. We refer, by permission, to
Messrs. Pfonts & Russell, Virginia City, M. T.;
" J.J. Roe & Co., " " "
" Gorham & Patten, " " "
Mr. John S. Rockfellow,
" John H. Ming. " " "
Messrs. King & Gillett, Helena City,
Gaston, Simpson & Co., Helena City, M. T
Mr. J. R. Upson,
Capt. W. H. Parkinson & Co., " "
Messrs. M. Branham & Co., Blackfoot City,
Mr. A. Beattie, Banker, St. Joseph, Mo.;
Messrs. Strode, Rubey & Co., St. Louis, Mo.;
" Daleron Brothers & Co., "
Mr. E. H. Samuel, St. Louis, Mo.;
Mr. William North. "
Ladies' Ice Cream Saloon,
Virgiala City ................ Montana.
CAKES, PIES, BREAD,
Kept eonstantly on hand.
We bhavo on hand and will receive mjcb good.
CAKE ORNAMENTS, SUGAR
FLOWERS, PANORAMA EGGS
BASKETS. FANCY HEARTS
And Candy Toys of all kinds.
Gum Drops, Cream Fondata,
Honey " French Kisses,
Cream " Bon Bons,
Cordial " Candied Fruits,
Brandy " Chewing Gum,
And aU kinds o large ad marl
A ,swled Almonds, Seedle RPaisn
Ftigs, Datea, Citron, Nuts,
Chocolatte, Maple ugar, Raisina, Jelles,
See, etc. etc.
A ie lot t d erign and Deomaie
WINES AND COmDIAIAS,
Anai4ees, HEad Herring,
Briar and Lisnbwlp Cesaeer
and S us me.LS*NbtIr
Wn Pwervwed eFfuIe.
Lu eie yarsety et
e ase tpsy maste wid any the
T lZ VDRAW PfW Um .
elm __N 3Bh _OCArDsB
Woorolfo, Pemberton & Toole
A TTONTS- st Lr, HBeles, Montms,
No. s Shidge Streeup ta . Practi
L. W. FRABY,
SUIGICAL a-4 HUCHANICAL
DE Y T Ia T.
WIWO doors east of the Post osoe, Virglala City
AM. T. Stigle and complete setts of tee tIn
asted ia the best style kaew. to the pirefiesl
All week gasnteed. Prices reasonable.
Wilber F. Sanders,
SA TTORiNY at Law, oppeetPla.kaer' Hew,
Idaho earCet. 140
JOHN G. VETTER,
OOT ANiD BHOlE A> , No. 3, Jesson
B .reel, Virginia City, MaMea. Particular
attention pikl to the manufaturr of Geat' te
berts. Keeps constantly on hand a large stock of
French calf-skins; also, kip and sole leather. Al
of the nset quslity. 13P
AN mmese variety of Blank Books and Meo.
randams lost reeoleId at the City Book 8tore
GUN-DFEALER, oppoite Gurney Co.'s, Wal
G laeo treet, Virginia City. Repairing neatly
James N. Williams,
FASRIONABLI Hat Dreesing and Sbai.g
Saloon. Bridge street, Helea, Moatana Terri
Helena, - - - - Montana Territory,
G. JULES GERMAIN, Proprieter. 132
SILVER BOW HOTEL,
DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA.
Walla Walla Restaurant
EAL. T c 1 rX4Cr *
Main St., Helena.
I JOB. APPOLONIO, Proprietor.
TIIB best the Market affords and the sea
son furnishes, dished up to guests at
ALL HOURS during day or night. . dl-tf
W E would most respeetfally announce to the
public that we have perfected arrangements
F. 11. .1lerk 8" Co.
d. .M.R1.'yan ,
iW'ech i- Co.,
W IT H FRESII
Ranch Butt r
at which places it can always be had at market
We are also prepared to furnish Butchers with
Beef Cattle on short notice.
i All cr .tle belonging te our herd are branded,
II one lot
the other, "0. R. R." As smoe of the herd have
staayed or been stolen, all persons are warned
against purchasing stock sobranded unless from us.
PONI)EXTER & ORR.
Black Tail Deer Creek. nov3Cwtf
r White Pine Lumber Yard.
ICorner ef Jackson & Cover St. Virginia City, A. T
HOLTER & BROTHER........... Proprietor.
STL descriptions of white pine lImber constant
1 ly on haud for sale. R. M. RENSHAW,
H. S.Gilbert. Chretian Richert.
WE HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
LARGE supply of
MALT HOPS LAGER BEER,
BEER KEGS, ETC.
All orders in our line of business will be promptly
m. s. .1 WLE,
Wholesale and retail dealer lt
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
CHI MICA. L S.,
COAL OIL AND COAL 0eI4Laa ,
VIRGlUI.A CITY, f T.
areIUIy C .mnpmma .d "
. Ian3o3, Gmo sm5.
CARROLL & STEEL.
b Odrto S . sad, NWim. Toi Ge
Fortioomr, _. T.