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SATVIBDAY V.romNI, aiC. .~
I THSE CAPITAL Q4Ir3S1oN.
aSPEEWI OF MO. SAM.PLE oUR
VIMtRGIA, Nov 80ek. lAOT.
The Question being "Shall this bill
peass, the objections of the Governor to
the contrary notwithstanding, " he said:
Mr. President : When this bill
providing for the submission of the
removal of the Capital to a vote of the
people at the next general electieon c.me
up some ten days since. I, for resnons
satisfactory to myself, voted against it.
It however passed both Hooues, and on
ly wanted the approval of the Governor,
who instead of approving, returned it
together with his objections to the
House in which it originated. The
House, on a reconsideration, passed it
by a two-thirds vote, notwithstanding
the Governor's objections, and it was
again sent to the Council for our action.
I then intended to vote upon it without
remarks, but the action of the Council
having been postponed until now, cir
cumstances have transpired that make
it a duty I owe to myself and family to
make a few remarks in explanation of
my action. I have never appeared un
der circumstances so embarrassing. I
have often made efforts in favor of Tem
perance and Morality; have made
speeches where my reputation as a law
yer was at stake, and more than once as
an aspirant for political preferment, but,
during the fifty-one years that have
passed over me. this is the first time that
have been called upon to vindicate my
character for honesty and integrity. I
appear not as the advocate of Governor
Smith, nor to im.ugn the motives of any
member of this Council who may differ
with me upon this proposition. Gov
ernor Smith is by the Organic Act, a co
ordinate branch of the Legislature, and
without referring to his objections as
submitted when he returned the bill,
I take it for granted that he was actu
ated by the reasons therein stated. He
acts, as well as we, under the solemni
ties of an oath, and no difference what
we may think of the principle of the
veto ipower. while it is in a constitution
or Organic Act, it is as much the duty
of the I:xecutive to veto bills that he
thinks should not pass as to approve
those which he believes onght to pas ;
and no goodx man will question his mo
tives. I exceedingly regretted to hear the
gentleman last up, intimate that if the
Governor should go to Helena he might
find himself thrown in a mining shaft.
It is but squinting at the threat in the
Helena paper of rotten eggs. It only
shows that there are vet men who would
crush out all oposition to their views by
force, if they had the power. Last ses
sion, the Capital question came up with
out my aid or advice, and I voted for
Gallatin City. but Gallatin City had not
sufficient strength to carry it, and when
forced to vote between Helena and Vir
ginia, I voted to take it to Helena, be
cause Helena was a more central point
than Virginia, but was then in doubt as
to the propriety of locating the Capital.
But Sir, we were here under very dif
ferent circumstances then to those that
exist now. The n we had a fair and
equitable apportionment, now', without
censuring the Governor, or any other
person, for the blunder, the facts and
figures at the last election show that
the present apportionment is unequal
and unjust. and to my mind, turnishes
a reason why a measure in which every
person in Montana Territory is interest
ed, should not be acted upon at this
time. .Edgerton county has, as all must
admit, more representatives than she is
entitled to, but for which the proposi
tion to submit Helena as the place to be
voted for against Virginia, could not
have be.en carried in my opinion. It
seems to me ungenerous to urge it un
der the circumstances. Another reason
not without weight, is that the Indian
title to all that portion of Montana Ter
ritory east of the summit of the Iocky
Mountains, has not been extinguished.
This may by many, be looked upon as
frivolous, but the Government has a]
ways, heretofore boasted that not one
foot of Indian Territory had been taken
but by treaty, and after paying for it.
No person in this Territory believes that
the government will ever give this sec
tion of the country up to the Indians,
but does any person know, what may be
done. Refer to section one of the Or
ganic Act. " Provided, That nothing
in this Act contained shall be construed
to inhibit the Government of the United
. ia 1 111 . u. .l5ung naiu A erriwory or
changing its boundaries in such manner
and at such time as Congress shall deem
convenient and proper, or from attaching
any portion of said Territory to any oth
er State or Territory of the United
States: Provided further, That noth
ing in this Act contained shall be con
strued to impair the rights of person or
property now pertaining to the Indians
in said Territory so long as such rights
shall remain unextinguished by treaty
between the United States and such In
dians, or to include any Tel ritory which,
by treaty with any Indian tribes, is not,
without the consent of said tribe, to be
included within the Territorial limitsor
jurisdiction of any State or Territory;
but anf such territory shall be excepted
out of the boundaries, and constitute no
part of the Territory of Montana, until
said tribe shall signify their assent to
the President of the United States to be
included within said Territory. or to af
fect the authority of the government of
the United States to mhake any regula
tions respeeting such Indians, their
lands, property, or other rights, by treaty
law, or otherwise, which it would have
been competent for the government to
make it this act had never been passed."
The tribe, or tribes to which belong this
portion of the Territory, Virginia City
and Helena, may have signified their as
sent to the President of the United
States to be included within said 'Term
ritory, but if so, I am not apprized of it.
If they have, then it is a part of the
Territory, if not, then it is not. In eith
er event, it belongs to the Indians until
the title is extinguished and Congress
has the ieierved right, as will be seen
by the above portion of the Organic Act
to make any regulations respecting such
Indiaas, their lands, property or other
hti, by treaty, 'Itw, a 6tnerwl,
which it would have been competent for
the government to make if this act had
never passed. You Mr. President, may
vote to the ptI
and erect bu s j the flalla
title Is et d to the ground upon
wh$)ehid bl bae ~e *m be, aut I
,,M1I ai4itbl do ios this the
proper time to remove the Capital, bo
cause no man can tell where the centre
of population may be ere another year
pamses. This is a Territory unequaled
by any former one, in its resources. My
opinion is, that millions of inhabitants
can and will subsist here upon the agrio
cultnranlesonures alone, while no eaon
try smphases It In as hl4en miheral
wealth only awaiting the capital neces
sary to develop it, and which will rush
here as soon as we can become a State, 1
Sp as to ensure the capitalists against the
instability od the Territorial laws which I
are now subject to the whims of the Ju
dleiany and the action dl Congress. I
Then, Sir, had we not better let it alone i
where no money will be expended until t
the Territory becomes settled up suti- I
ciently to secure- our admittance as a
State, which I hope and believe will I
not be long. But the gentleman from a
Edgerton says if we will locate the Cap
ital, Congress will appropriate money to
erect the building, and others say Con- 1
gre.s has appropriated it. I dont be- I
lieve it has, or will, nor do I believe it a
should do so, until we becompe a State, a
or if any appropriation should be made, a
it should not be used for that purpose i
until then. It would, it is argued, help 1
the Territory for Congress to expend a c
large sum of money in the Territory, I
even if the Capital did not remain per- (
manent. So it might. It would helpI
some to use it in paying the
just liabilities of the Government I
Congress may not give as t'he money a
necessary to. erect a Capitol buiding if i
we wait until we become a State; nor do
I know whether we will receive any in a
either event, but I know that justice de- t
mands that we have it. The facts and tig- I
ures will show that this Territory pays I
nearer all the assessment than any other j
Internal Revenue district, in the United f
States. Pays nearly as much as any
two of the other Territories. Mr. Lang- (
ford collected this year 991 per cent, on t
the assessment; showing to my mind
that he is the best collector in the United
States, if not in the world, and that we
are doing our duty toward the Govern
ment. It we never get a cent from the
Government, still I am for doing justice
to the whole people of the Territory. in
permanently locating the Capital. The
Capital belongs to the people and not to
Virginia city or Helena, and does not
justice demand that the people have the
the right to all the advance upon prop
erty incident to its location. Put it at
a town where the lots are owned by in
dividuals and you promote the individ
ual interest of such owners; but secure
a section of land from the Government,
lay it off into lots and sell them to the
highest bidder, and you can with the
money build a more splendid Capital
than Congress will ever build for us, and
then all can have an equal showing for
property at the Capital. Mr. President,
I hold in my hand a petition, memorial,
or request from sundry citizens of Meagh
er county, which reads as follows : "To
the Hon. Sample Orr, Member of the
Legislative Assembly of Montana Terri
tory.-The undersigned citizens of the
County of Meagher, respecttnlly repre
sent that by reason of their locality they
are identified in interest with Helena
city, and request you, as their represent
ative, to vote for the removal of the
Capital of Montana Territory to that
City. By so voting you will not only
represent the interest of a large majority
of your own constituants, but also the
best interest ofa majority of the Territo
ry ; as Helena is amore central locality,
than Virginia city." Now, Sir, this doc
ument has to it three hundred names
about 40 of whom I know from the
names, amongst whom are some of the
best men in my county, of both political
parties, and some of my best friends, I
take it that the 300 names are all bone-fi
da citizens of Meagher county, as I know
nothing to the contrary, and that they
are all good men. There is not voter in
my county or district who is not enti
tled to have his proper weight through
me as his representative in this Legisla
ture, whether he agrees with me in poli
tics or not. The question then comes
up as to my duty on the Capital ques
tion with this request in my possession,
300 men of my district,living within 40
miles ot Helena, saying that by reason of
their locality, their interest is identified
with Helena, and that Helena is more
central than Virginia. That, I was well
apprised of before leaving home. Is there
one solitary man out of the 300 whose
names appear here, who expects me to
use a public position to advance a pri
vate interest of myself or any portion of
my constituents against the interest or
wishes of the public ? If so it is some
man with whom I am not accquainted.
How came this document here? Did
my constituents get it up and forward it
to me ? No, Sir. An extract from a let
ter I this day received from one of the
best men in my county, may throw
some light on the subject.
'" Mr. Sample Orr,
SSir, There is a petition here in circu
lation, brought from Helena, for the pur- 4
pose of getting you to vote for the Capi- 1
tal at Helena. I think that we can man
ange our own affairs without the aid of
r Edgerton s hold your grip,"
Yes, Sir. This was gotten up at Hele
i na; the friends of the bililbeing in the
majority in the Council, adjourned the
I action on this until this day, to give time'
to have me instructed how to vote. My
district is composed of Choteau, Bighorn,
Meagher and Gallatin, and cast at the 1
f last election 1950 votes. All the time
was given that was asked, and such ef
r forts were seldom ever used as have been
to got *ignatares to this paper. It was
started by citizens of Helena, and not
Iby my constituents; and sent here
from the office of Col. Woolfolk, and to
- the gentleman from Edgerton, and not
tome. It is fair to presume that out of
the 1950 voters in my district 300 are
j all that could be obtained; that is not
~half the voters in Meagher, to say noth
ing of Gallatin. I have information sat
e isfactory to me that the whole popula- 1
tion of Gallatin county are opposed to
I removing the eapital at this time to i
SHelena. If a maority of. my eonstitu
ents will inatraz me an ayJ question I
t willvtek f its or aign. at while I
know that a majeity of my constituents I
, sle.Ih ecaPth tobel.sed, when the I
proper time abes, In my own district- 1
r slhce it is entimly in aed.ea
i with my own Jd t that Galls 1
V C 01is4e all pthers the most
propr-- shall, as I did lat session a
As elylpesest endeavor to ptoodft 1
location to be made there. The is th
most noted po lati the history of th
p Qul*. is t hend c
navigable river Ilksa
ere is a valley equalled by few and sits
passed by none in point of fertility an
eauty, rapdly being settled by as entei
prisng and permanent population, cape
ble of furnishing all the r.ecessaries an
luxuries required to support a capital.
tbheefwe believe there is the proper pla
and take it when you will, some day i
will, in my opinion, go to Gallatin. Is
mining town the proper place at whicl
to locate the capital? It was placed a
Bannack ata .time wkenmte enterprisinl
men of the mountains were there; an,
when the excitement brought these me
here, they managed to have the capita
follow them, and now desire to have 1'
again follow them to Helena. Are we t
keep it upon wheels for their accommo
dation ? I have been referred to a lettel
I wrote upon the annulment question tU
show that I am inconsistent upon thie
question. Let me read an extractor two
" Will the Governor order the election
I think not-" Here I, in that letter, sup
posed the Governor would disregard thi
annulment act and go on under the laws
as passed by the bogus sessions, so-called
and from what is said as to his canvass
ing the matter with some gentleman as Ut
the propriety of submitting the capita'
q uestion to the vote of the people last fall
1 presume he thought of doing as I tec
ommended. I read again from my lettel
published in the Gazette and Democrat
"' What can be done to prevent such con
fusion, such contempt for law, and suci
a desire for men to take their grievancel
into their own hands as will follow it we
submit to such a proposition ? Ther
are but two propositions that preseni
themselves to me. One is for every goon
man in the Territory, be he Democrat oi
Republican, to unite in an endeavor t
get Congress to remove such a blundel
from the statute book of the Unitec
States, as all are interested in the weltarn
of the Territory. I will not attempt non
to guess at the motives that actuated ant
person to procure the passage of the act
All parties are alike affected by it if en
forced. I predict that any man or part)
that approves or attemplts to carry ou1
the provisions of said act will dig his po
litical grave. The second proposition ii
for every lover of law and order to go or
under the Organic Act, and pay no atten
tion to the act above alluded to. I take Ii
that the courts will be governed by the
laws made by the people of the Territory
but should I be mistaken, then we havt
the undoubted right to take a case to the
Supreme Court of the United States
where such an absurd attempt will bt
declared void, in my opinion. It wil
cost m mey and time to do so, but I wil
help turnish the money, bad as I need it
rather than sit quietly by and see the las1
vestige of constitutional liberty wiped
)r Did any man come to aid my propo
t, sition ? No. If the people had, I think
1" it would have been settled by the Su
preme Court that the laws annulled were
0 legal and right, and then the vote would
' have been taken upon the capital ques
- tion. But instead, Judge Munson, a cit
e izen of Helena (as he says) procured the
B act, with others, annulled, and the editor
Y of the Herald, who is now slandering
a me because I will not again help to enact
a law by which Helena can, as he thinks,
e procurethe capital, came out with an
it extra upon the reception of the dispatch
Y that said act had been declared null and
y void-" Glory, halleluyah !! ! " I am not
e disposed to help re-enact said law to sat
isfy his wrath.
rMy PrweiaiPnt yrmrt w,, in ann-nlnI
Mr. President, permit me, in conclu
sion, to refer to a few of the slandersand
false statements made by the Helena
Herald and G(azette. I have been in poli
tics for 26 years to a certain degree, and
this is the first time I ever had to allude
to what a newspaper has said of me. Pa
pers and politicians have often differed
with me, and have tried to show that I
was not qualified to discharge the duties
pertaining to the office to which I have
aspired,but from Tennessee through Mis
souri to the Rocky Mountains, none have
before assailed my character for honesty
and Integrity. But these men assert that
1 have been intimating or telling it
around the streets that I refused
ten thousand dollars to vote for
Helena, and assert that I am mad be
cause I did not get it - and that I could
have been bought ten times to locate
the Capital in Halifax or Turkey for one
half that sum. Any man that asserts
that I could have been bought at any
price, or that I was using a public posi
tion to vent a private grudge, is
using the liberty of the press to
crush and destroy the last posses
sion I have left, my character, and
is acting beneath the dignity of the position
of an eoitor. The Gazette says, "So malevo
lent is the gentleman that he not only hates
all the people of the good city of Helena,
but despises and desecrates the very ground it
is built upon." I despise the people of He
lena ? If so, why did I vote for Barkly for
Treasurer and Judge Campbell for Superinten
dent? I "hate the ground upon which it
is bailt ! " In that city sleeps the ashes of my
sweet little babe, (pardon my tears,) and there
dwell men who have stood by me in a far dis
tant land, and ata time I needed f, iends.
There live some of the best friends I have.
No, sir ! I have not an unkind feeling against
a solitary man in the place, but pity the edi
tors who can condescend to try to crush a man
they cannot force to do their bidding. A
word as to the attempt at bribery, and I am
done. I never told any man that I had refus
ed ten thousand dollars, or any other amount,
for my vote. But, sir, since I am slandered
and traduced as I am, I will only say on that
subject that I aeer oonsidered it very reputa
ble to be approached on such a subject, but a
good man might be; and I say here and now,
that every argument wm wade to me that I
would tolerate; and all that was said to me
on the mosey gami vs ms said in a basinees
house in this town. When we left the house
I told the gentlemen that the matter had to
step; that a hundred thousand dollars could
not buy me, .and that death, hell and the
grave could not force me to change my vote.
I assert that the effort to get my constitaests
to instruct me upon this question, was only
done for th parpe et demroying st standing
I have at home abnongst myeConstrfents, and
with no more hope of carrying this measure
over the Geovemer's vse tha they had of
building a railway to the moon. I shall
theefors% sad for other reasons I could give,
when my name is called, vote '*NO ! "
I The Colorado Regier says: The
tr te beas ( (str a le bougbt ad.
se Ohtiped .,.0OS,(7 worth oIgold during
- the year en Nov. Lst, 1 7. It is
me robe the of Denver have
In b as ameh mo~e., although a p.rt
st Iof t f~m Montana.
BWG A GhLLETToE,
SW hole.sale DEI A EIRI
o Boots and Shoes,
Money advatoed ci merchandise, and goods stored
in a Are-proof warehouse.
wl24 KING & OILLETT.
e Warren Hussey, ( Frank Palmer, I C. L Dahler.
e Salt Lake City. Denver. Virginia City
B WARREN HUSSEY & CO.,
*r Dener and Central ty, Colorado Ter.,
d HUSSEY, DAHLER & CO.,
t Virginia Clty and Helena, M. T.,
e 1 11 T If R S
t AND DEALERS
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
0o AII Parts os Europe.
, " Collections promptly attended
Virginia City, July 4th, 1866. 123*
WHOLESALU AND RUTAIL
BUTCHER & PURVEYOR
WALLACE ST. VIRGINIA CITY.
Metropolitan Meat Market
TN this Market will be foad, at all seaso of the
year, dressed in the most
And of the best quality obtainable for money.
Game, Large and Small,
Every Article in their Line.
E The large stock necessitated
by their extensive business enables
purchasers to make a selection ex
actly suiting their taste.
IL"Customers waited upon and
their orders promptly executed.
Young persons sent to this estab
lishment wrill be especially attended
Wholesale and Retail
Nevada City, M. T.
(The old Mine~ 8tere.)
DEALER IN FLOUR,
oNe., Sugar, Bacon, Teas, Syrups,
Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
A Large rand Well Assorted Stock of Family
Conatan. .y on hand, and sold at lowest make'
The ."Miners' Store," Yet
Remember thle Place !
Corner of Idaho and Jackson Streets,
VIRGINIA CITY, M. T.,
J. B. CHAPIN, - - - Proprietor.
TIII8 well-known HIotel has been thoronghly
repaired and renovated in all its departments.
A FIRST-CLASS TABLE
will be maintained, regardless of expense, and wil
be furnished with the cboicest viands the market
affords The comfort and convenience of hoarlers
and visitors will be c.arefully attended to. Careful
and trustworthy waiters in constant attendance on
the guests. 1:17
(Successor to T.iJ. Cowan,)
WILL LEAVE VIRGINIA CITY EVERY
MONDAY MORNING, FOR
Sterling, Willow Creek, Gallatin City,
Morse's Store, Parsons' Ranch, Middle
Oreek, Boseman City, and Elk Grove.
Will, after June slt, carry passengcrs and bag
gage, Ac., and after July let. the U. S. Mail.
Bty close attention to businss, the proprie
tor hopes to merit the confidence and patron
age of the public.
J O'Office at J. M. Knight's, Wallace Ft.
JAMES F. FORMAN, Pro'r
JNO. S. SLATER,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
and NOTARY PUBLIC.
Will atteud promptly to all business of a legal
nature, take deprnltions. administer oaths. etc., etc.
]"]mmediate attention given to the collection
of all claims against the United States, especially
such as may arise under the recent act of Congress
equalizing bounties, t)tti, e over the store of Geo.
L. Shoup. corner Wallace and Jackson streets,
Virginia city. M. T. 136*
LEA. F. MARSTON,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
Cor. of Jackson 4 Wallace Srs.. Virginia City, M. T.
C ONSTANTLY keeps on hand, and makesto or
der, from Native Gold, all the latest styles of
L ''Particul:tr attention paid to repairing Watches.
A. f*4CIIEFFLER., Prop'r.
N returning my thanks for past patronage. I
would respectfully inform the public that I keep
constantly on hand the best quality or
IL AGER 13I-4'14 I
for sale as heretofore in quantities tosuit customers.
I have also refitted and refurnished my
NEVADA SALOON AND BAKERY,
Where can alwa vs be had the best quality of Bee
assorted Liquor', Cigars, Bread, Pies.Cate, etc.
w5l2-164 A. 8CHEFI'LER.
JOHN B. FULLER,
417 DEY STRIET, New York City,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
PORTABLE & STATIONARY
STIll EIGIIS il0 DOllIIS,
From 2 to 250 horse Power.
Most approved Circular and Upright Saw Mills,
Grist Mills. Sugar Mills, and all kinds of Mining
and Plantation machinery on hand and built to
j. Shafting, Puilies, Leather and Rubber
Belting, and all kinds of Iron and Wood-working
F Machinery and Railway supplies in store,
and shipped at the lowest rates.
J. H. MING.
Corner of.,Jaekson and Wallace St
Wholesale and Retail Grocer,
And dealer in
TOBACCO, CIGARS AND STATIONERY.
ALSO, A FINE SELECTION
ON PAWCTY GOOD8 .&'D TOY8.
Suitable for Holiday presentes
DeerL odge City, M. T.
BILLY WILSON. - - - - Proprietor,
A fine sloon is attached to the Bakery, and a
S Club-Roou both ed which are fitted up with
lthe modea. lUpnomma. The prest liquors
Sand the best bea udsodr are u e rved out to oua
Stnm . I am alw$yglasd to s my old Mends,
who live po. the ber .t of the monatalne,
well as those upoa this side. 13a
Woolworth & 4
O VMERLA -
254 Broadway, New y,:
GENERAL WESTERN OFFICE
St. Joseph, - - - U
W ILL FORWARD FREI(; IIT T',
TJ T _W A
iNew Xe. ("i1
From their Warrho., s at :. :, r:
Union Pacific tailjr
U. P. RAIL ROAD, E,
F o r ra te .. I !i l f d ;rh i, ,i t:
General ()lct er i, the ,il,i ll) :
Kight & Parker, Agtc· .;
Street. I...t.r n.
George B. McCulloh, .A4 .
5th Street Ihil:.de!t.uI a
Sidney Rice, A ,itN. i t .,r N . .
Joseph McEntire, Ag.tti \,
StrePl .St Lll.
Henry Hargis, A1'e.t. N. -
Daniels & Brown, A ge, .
George T. Clark, Agen.
Fisher & Cass, Aen*.t;, .
Godbe & Mitchell. Ar,,t,. ,. r LI.
PFOUTS & RH:NSELL, A.,ae,"
4"itv. . .ttinta ai.
Daniel Corbin, Agern. lT., ",, a -.,
Smith & Graeter, .Al.nt. Ltar ~, a
C. E. Blake, Agrut. S.mr~ta } e. \"n t!,%
Oscar Nicholson, Avent. J
sas. tpre .entu ternouuus 1( 1' .K .k 1.
G. C. BARTON, ',,ntre,.im~ Ai..
Platte Statiuon, Neuranei 4 reae::
U. I'. R. R., ,or o
F. E. rHORT.
13'7 Genreral Trare..rg A
FORT B E'A'oN.
B. A. MELTON & JOHN B. ThiT
STORAGE. F1,'R WA.R,'.,
Fort Benton, Montana Territor0
B EING exc!usi elv in the st, irr.' s_
sion business., we will g .. our
attention to receiving. st..rt f " h(i '.r.. ':
gn.ts consigned to n,. W . r!ic.rt.n
patronage of the buline, s ,,n t .M,,a.-n
tory. W'e refer, by perunll,.a: u. to
Messrs. Pfonts & Rulsell. \irg;ua C.:y. M
" J. J. Ree & Co.,
" Gorham & Patton.
Mr. John S. Rockfellow.
" John H. Ming.
Messrs. King & Gillett. lte'-na ('ity
Gaston. Simpson & Co.. Hele.s
Mr. J. R. Upson.
Capt. W. H. Parkinson & C..o.
Messrs. M. Branbam & C'.. B .a(kf.T (' .
Mr. A. Beattie. Banker. St. .je eth
Messrs. Strode, Rubey & Co .: L.r ,,
" Dameron Brothers & C'.,
Mr. E. M. Samuel, St. Louis. tMo.
Mr. William North. "
Ladies' Ice Crean Sil
Vlrginia City..... .. .
CAKES, PIES, jiREiU '
Kept counstantly ,. La.
We have on hand and will re.ve s'.
CAKE ORNA ME 7 ..
FLO WERS, PA Ol ('I..l ).A
BASKETS, Fx.-''1" IlT
And Candly T, t is k r,.
Gum Drops, ('rr amn F, D''
Honey " Frnh h
Cream " Bon BF) "
Cordial " Candiir F
Brandy " ('hewin
And all kinds of !argl anrd ,.
s'"1'ICI CAi I
Shelled Alwold, i,
Fi/gs, Dates, Cite,. 3
Chocolate, MaTcple Nagar. IR.,li, .
etc, (tc. (tc.
A fine lot of Foreign and Dvtn:e:
WINES AND ('ORDW
Anchovies, lIolland Ilerri,g.
Swiss and Limbu"rg (/'1h(" -
and Preserved Fruits.
An endless variety of
Playing Toys, Fireworks and C:
C For getting up Ball and Weddingl
we are prepared to compete with any L
TbeD Cofectionery Department is
up so that aidles ear enter without typod
the publi. saloon.
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