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i.,,r . OF TIlE .7UITED
4 ri 77%; PA paE) 1 7' TLFA
'l:" 7' SE.','S.S.ION OF TIlE
' i' T ETill (' OX(V RES,.
S\ A \Vn--0n Act t, rrimburse the States of
ti.n a Hnl )h'o fotr M.ney* expended for the
gi staP, in enrdl,lng. equipping, and pro.
:l,, ' a . .; irel to- C aid iii suppresing the
l, i; ,nact,'d bL t1u' ZLnate and
: . ,,If;", pre.ent'rtties of the Uleikd
. ,', , rit in (ongres asemnebled.
r ,t iumediately after the paesage of
, . tie PIresitient shall appoint three
,. -i,,ners. by and with the advice
e.cnoent of the Senate, who are not
.,d,.nt.' of the State of Indiana, whose
. , : .ha: le to ascertain the amount
,flnenvs expended by the State ol In
~iyna, in enrolling, equipping, subsist
!:. transpotrting, and paying such State
ces as. were called into service, in said
sAte -ince thlifirst day of January, eight
a i unired and sixty-two, toact in con
rt : :ni . I";ted States in the buppres
n of rbelliu against the United
:, . " I .,d b,- itfurthlr ePi~ated, That
:, iii.-sioners so appointed shall
.,.d. , suoject to regulations to be pre
V ., the Secretary of \Var, at once
e.xaaune all thle items of expenditure
:; i.ai State for the purposes
'ar,.; natm,,1. allowing only for disburse
:et- !" and amounts assumed by
aRte ftr enrolling, equippidg, sub
:.n. ransporting, and paying such
• a, were ctilled into service by the
.. ,,,r: or,. at the request of the Uni
: a,: ..-, da lepartment commlnander coni
, : :he district in which Indiana
t!a.: ti: e hiave been included, or
-:,,* ,xjre', order, consent, or concur
: f-.i' commun der or which may
, i..1.... n 1,:tlyed or used in suppres
. :,..iua in said States. And no
:.,, hall be made for any troops
.. ... .:.1 not lp rform actual military
n . ll concert and co-op-ration
: :;orlries of the United States
t. , heir orders.
.I I ,'-* i t. urth ;r snacted,
S:, !:,ll..g up saidJ account, for the
, ,t th. acIcoun'ing otliers of
• , ,..:,'l.ou ,the collu ti.. inn,.rs hall
,:a I a.it'l the amuountg exiend.ed,
-... ,,.,,,;? . fr uroiling, equilpping.
-:,_ -..isting, tranuportinu . and
4 .1 , b, it furtlur eiadted.
.1. a:ll t!.ilflnt of ttaccounts un
:.:. a,', Ib hcI,:llllliksioners.shall not
, :tv exp,-fliiture or colslbenwa
:,: .r ice at a rate greater than
w. •.i..:i, authriz,.d by the laws
-1 t'ates anl the regulations
. . the Secretary ot \Var in
S.1 ,: I it firt'l r ec,'ted. 'rThat
1 ' , . .. :t:,l c. I- unissioners shall av~e
S n, i account and ascertained
:.. ,alance, as herein directed, they
S. ~,k- ~written report tlhereot, show
,.,, .itibrt-ut items of exlpenditure
r, ::r,::, .fore sttared to the Secretary
:. 'Treasury, who shall cause the
:..- :,, ,e examined by the proper ac
,r:lng otficers of the treasury, and
a : htli.,rs shall audit the said accounts
L.n ,rtrdinarv c',es: and it front aid re
-,:.t slall ailpear that any sum remaine
..e :, rte saaui State, hle shall draw his
warranit for the same. payable to the
t, ,.riir o, said State. and deliver it to
1. Atid 1 i tfulfrtker enacted, That
:t.e e[unilisitioners to be appointed as
h: ,r--.id shalll. before proceeding to the
. siarýe ,t their duties, be sworn that
c.,re will carefully examine the accounts
exp'ing between the United States and
ii-:ate of Indiana, and that they will
: e, . i-e .: their ability, make a just,
;rue. and inmtartial statement thereof, as
r.eliprr- by this act. They shall receive
such compensation for their services as
ma' be elrtermuined by the Secretary of
:Lr T-rasurv. not exceeding ten dollars
-er lay t,,r each commissioner.
SEC. 7 A nd be it further enacted, That
thr proisions of this act shail apply in
every respect to the State of Ohio, and
the same proceedings shall be had for
as'ertaining the amount due the said
Ea:'- ,t ihi,. as are herein provided for
a~certaiuing the amount due the State
u: Indiana, and for the payment of such
,awunt. when ascertained under the
mitaiions and restrictions of this act a
*ariicient sum is hereby appropriated.
EL, . A ,d be it further enacted, That
SaB tficient sum is hereby appropriated
'o Marry this act into effect.
APiP,\VED, March 29, 1867.
J~\4 ' An Act to gKrat to the American
S !:: e Tele'graph Company. of New
z '..r R gbt t.f H av aud the Privilege to lay,
.- ar,t <.t-rate a rubimarine Telqgtspb (able
S" Aatre ('oast of the United Mtates, and
*,."h Tr,egrap'h Commuuicatioe between
San1 ,t I . d Europe, via the Bermuwdan
Az- re I.d ýd,+.
/ s t' a:.ted hby the Senate and
11 .... R'epresetatires of the LUnited
.r: .r America in C'ongreas asernbled,
i.: ti American Atlantic Cable Tele
:aph t'ornpany, of New York, be, and
tr. h'rebv, vested with the right, power,
al; privilege. having acquired the neces
Ubry iand therefor, to lay, land, and ope
'at their cable or cables on the Atlantic
" - exCIetpt the coast of Florida, within
:.ý: urisdiction of the United States, and
t:" right, power, and privilege so to lay,
aadi. and oerate their cable or cables
'.` ,...'etrtd in said American Atlantic
r',e Telegraph Company for the period
t:wenty years from the approval of this
a': Pr,,ribded, That said company shall
. 'na.nc, active operations within the
arae ,it two years from the approval of
2 And be it farther enacted,That
A.rerican Atlantic Cable Telegraph
iplany, having acquired the mecessary
.and therefor, shall have the right, pow
a' tn lrivilege to lay, land, and operate
' r cable or cables within any of the
a-rtLrs. waters, inlets, towns, and cities
, the Atlantic coast, except the coast
IFlorida,. offering the most practical
a.,l convenient landing, and to construct
er ,ct all the necessary fixtures to ac
'il''l sh the object of this act.
.,. 3. A rd be itfu-rther enacted, That
g',vernment of the United States
ail at all times have the preference in
UE: upon terms that may be agreed
,'n !)ttween the Postmaster-General
J the said company.
,te .4. And be it further enacted, That
',gre5s shall have power to alter,
amrnd, or repeal this act.
Ar?'tovgzr, March 29,1867.
CHAP. XVI.-An Act to etablhb a Port odlDesM
livery at C('be.ster Peoneylvawa.
Be it enacted by the Senate and
Houme of Repreaentatires of te United
States of America in Congress asmbled,
That ('heater, in the district of Philadel
phia, shall be a part of delivery, and a
survreor shall be appointed, who shall
reside at said port of delivery and re
ceive a salary of five hundred dollars per
APPROVED, Ma'ch 29, 1867.
(Public 17 )
CHAP. XVII.-A,. Act to increase the Force in
Be it enacted by the &enate and
Hlouse of Representatives of the United
States of America iun Congress aaserbled,
That the commissioner of patents is au
thorized from time to time to appoint,
in the manner already provided for by
law, such an additional number of prin
cipal examiners, first assistant exam
iners, and second assistant examiners,
as may be required to transact the cur
rent business of the office with dispatch :
Pro-rided, That the whole number of
such additional examiners shall not ex
ceed four of each class, and that the total
annual expense of the patent-office shall
not exceed its annual receipts.
ArPPRovED, March 29, 1867.
CHAP. XVIII.-An Act to incorporate the Lieeola
Meorumnt A a-iation
Be it enacted lb the Senate and Howse
of Representatires of the United &Staes of
A.merica in C'ongress assembled, That
Alexander H. Randall, James Harlan,
Alexander Ramsey, Nathaniel P. Banks
Sidney Perham. John t'onness, John T.
Wilson, Godlove S. Orth, Delos R. Ash
ley, Ilalbert E. Paine, Charles O'Neill,
Burt Van Horn, John F. Driggs, Fred
rick E. Woodbridge, Jacob Benton, John
lill, Shelby M. Cullomn, Thomas A.
Jencks, Orin S. Ferry, N. B. Smithers,
Francis Thomas, Samuel McKee, Horace
Maynard, John F. Benjamin, Rufus Mal
lory, Sidney Clarke, Daniel Polsley,
Walter A. Burleigh, John Taffe, and
their successors, are constituted a body
cc,rporatet in the District of Columbia, by
the name of the Lincoln Monument As
sociation, for the purspose of erecting a
monument in the city of WVashington,
commemorative of the great charter of
emnancilpation and universal liberty in
Sti.. 2. _ ld he it further enacted, That
the persons namied in the first sec
ti,,n of this act shall be the first trustees
of the corporatio. and shall have power
to fill vacancies in their number, and to
a-dd to their number, not exceedikg one
from each State in the Union.
SE(-. 3. .I td bhe it furtherenacted, That
said corwporation shall have power to
own and control such property as may be
necessary for the carrying out of the ob
jects of the association.
SEc. 4. And be it further enacted, That
said corporation shall have power to col
lect money, and to make such rules and
regulations as they may deem necessary
SEcs. 5. And be it further enacted, That
said corporation shall have power to ap
point a president, a vice-president, asec
r,'tary, a treasurer, and also a board of
managers, consisting of not less than
seven nor more than thirteen, whoshall
have a general control of the affairs of
the association, and who may be selected
from persons not included in the list of
corporators. The treasurer shall
execute a bond in such penalty as may
be required, conditioned for the safe
keeping of the funds of the corporation
which may come into his hands, and for
the faithful discharge of the duties re
quired of him.
SEc. 6. And be it further enacted, That
the property of said corporation held or
occupied by them for the uses and pur
poses of their incorporation shall be ex
empt from all taxes to be levied under
the authority of the United States, or of
any municipal corporation within the
District of Columbia.
Sec. 7. And be it further enaeted, That
Congress may at any time hereafter re
peal, alter, or amend this act.
APPROVED, March 29, 1867.
Foster & Cul7er ,
JACK$OX & COOV R 8TA.. VIRGINIA CITY
In %e Territc 1. with plonty f th best as
For all kadsa 1 Steek.
LIrge & Comnmodlou Corrals
- w(a Tis
ACCOMMODATION OP $TOCI.
Alwrays em ead at the
119" di twAw 3&L A U A1A3&
set. toot :, propr2AD*4=W
BlackfeDot City, mBatam.
DOIBD t1. d y a wwt. T Y ýM S
Baý lrr plk 4if s- o tM w
V. T. ombeftin, 3. W.T'
Perbertor & T0014%
ATTORKE TB-A T-LAW
uMfA, - - - - UOUTAUA tMN*1
Wodworth & abrtm
254 Broadway, New York
GInrLe. WrUTU O"flCL
St. Joseph, - - Missouri.
UT II FORWARD UR1BRGT TO THR THE
- D .ANDE -
INew Mexico !
From their War.6hes at the tertimaa e the
Union Pacific Railroad
U. P. RAIL ROAD, E. D.
For rates, shipping direetlos, etc., app'y at the
General Ofces of the Company, or to
Kight & Parker, Agents, No. 106 Washington
George B. MoCulloh, Agent, N. 42 South
5th treet, Philadelphia.
Sidney Rioes Agent, No. I Bnrset House C.n.
Joseph McEntire, Agent, No. 72 Commercial
Stree. St. Iouis.
Henry Haris, Agent, No. 53 Clark St. Chie'go
Daniels & Brown, Agents. Denver. Colorado.
George T. Clark, Agent, Centrwl City. Col.
Fisher • Cats, Arents. Golden City. Colorado.
Godbe & Mitchell, A ents Salt Lake City.
PIOUTS c RUh LL, Agents, Virginta
Daniel Corbin, Agent, Helena, Moetana.
Smith s Graeter, Agents, Baanack and Moe.
C. N. Blake, Agent. Sa.ts P, New Mexico.
Oscar Nicholson, Agent. Juamctie City, sa
eas. %present termisnu U.P. R.. E.D.)
G. C. ARTONa contractleg Agent. North
Plane Station. Nebraska, (preset tertinse
U. P. R. IR, or to
F. E. SHORT.
137 General Travellg Agent.
B. . . MIETON & JOHN B. TAYLOR
TORA GB. FYR WARDING
eort Boetem, Rei sama T.1rItery.
B I NG oxelsiveoly In the 8torage sad Comm.
ato .,siane., we will give eat idtviddal
attentien to reieeving, .eoriag sad forwarding all
goods cougmed to as We respeetally seieit te
petr ge of tb bsiness mee of Me tae Terri*
tory. W. reAr, by permls1em, .t
Memss. PoUt & Rusell, Virglinia Cty, M. T.;
" J.J. te & Ce. " " "
" Gom PLm, " .. "
Mr. John 8. Roeksdlow. " " "°
" Jeb. H. mg. " " "
Mers. King & Gillett, Hele.a City. "
" Gstmo, 8impen & C.., BHeem City, H. T
Mr. J. aL Upeao, " " "
Capt W. H. Parkttsen Oa.. " " "
Mes.rs. . urabasm & C., Be e ssts City. "
Mr. A. Deastni. Banker, 8t. Jeesphs Me.;
Mesrs. 8trode, KRbey & Ce., St. LeAI MN.;
SD ,r eoths & Ce.. " "
Mr. I. . imnd, St. t.Leon, Me.;
Mr. WIMeR merct. " "
Latiis' Ice Cm SCala
- ,irnIIsr Cityr.........------ Monsaa.
CASES, PIES, BREAD,
Ke0 *omstemly e- heaL
We bao o d ad n wel .dvo mah ff0smo eM
CAKE ORNAMNKTB, BUGAO
FLO WERS, PANORAMA GQS8
BASKETS, FANCY MBARTS
Ast Cady Toye o ar tsnds.
Gum Drops, Crem Fondata,
Honey " rMch KI
Cream Ur Baros,
Cordial" C~ndied Fruits,
Bisady " Cbhwing Gum,
And an l dki& o leaS am mat
M'IC:I vA.X Li X,
B.U.Z Ai~seusda. Budaina laR.:m
SFyr, Du, £itres, HuU+
Chetoeeiw, MqI. 0 8194 EW, JesW,
f a, e a.. -g
WINES AND CORISIAL,
Ascbaooiea, Hqlhd Hedin .
rW 4t iiM a ~ ajl~
dad Praewwd P t&"
phlg I aFyab ad
· · - - ---· r ,
I mom 11i~wiSi~~i i~~
Tom' U. Power,
FORT BENTON. EONTANA,
Storage & Commission
Whemlesa dealer Is
Liberal Advanoes made on Oonsignments
Als, Agest sad dear In
Agricultural Implements !
et ilsate sd as improved pest..
sa- sad every other ktid ao
CEubised Reaper /
LAght .Markel Wtagons,
Havilg the exclod.v ageney for the above tarm
lag implemesta, sad being familisr with the rigft
kind .eemasry or the Territory, I will only import
what seeded,t sad will warsaut to sell lower than
any use e*l.
For Ctreular and Prie Current, Address
TOM C. POWER,
Fort Beaton, I. T.
J. w K.Ar I.IGHTI',
SUCCII OU TO
DAVIS, IIOUSEL & ECO.,
OPPOtSITI TiRL POST OFFICE,
VIRGINIA CITY, - - M. T.
W HOLESALE AND XETAIL.
Fa se sU
e ery . a.
WS~hauUem ~Se KOUANA Pot ye
F r. proof WV~rehowtw
0.... i wiir ..r. hkbmba t Ubas
*.d. .a ..d(a..b of Ckwe l l[.aa~di an
bWlpM U " ON. d rlrr
DR., AN IFELJ.E'D'S
CFJ ·plJ i.AT33D
SWISS STOMACH BITTERS
Tb. bo Punkr ofo Bood i
1 0. n w mt mg su..Iv but
MUNI EMDllK UTUT IT:
RrrrlirW Y h k.
A aI$U,.D ho sew~d i ei.. don
xwve Emw Pt~mt.. isn. . Al
..t9. bs ta "M º s" Assto al w.
a, .ds tf Fo a: ·ru .
w-I04S *Os. St.N.w York.
HAVTNG REMOVIT.D to the large Store, three
doors below Content's Corner, we have open
ed out an immense stock of Gurney & Co. s well
BOOTS AND SHOES!
a prices of our owa mtake of goods; atd have the
Kip Mining Boots at - 08.00
Kip Mining Boots at - 7.00
Long Leg Grain Boots at 6.00
Double Sole Calf Boots at 7.CO
Double Sole Kip Boots at 5.0O
Is supplied with a stock unequalled, ia the monu
tai$e k r quality and variety.
Hayward's Doubl Sole Rubber Boots
Leather and, Findings !
D. H. WESTON.
Virgmiat City, .L T., July. 1867. (Iy23tf)
Danoe, Stuart &. Go,
Wbolusalesad Retail Dealers ia
GR O CERI E ,
Wines and Liquors
Deer Lodge Oity, (Oottonwood) Montana
H AVE on bead a large and well-amorted stock
of staple sad
Oo.elstiug in part of
Segar and PWhipes,
sihan Whihp :
California MWeing Tool
LOTBarNG, HATS, AND bAP
Harness and Leather.
Harness and Leather.
We willm bee in re.ipt. or a eoasigmt of
BITTER ROOT FLOUR,
WMekb ti smei to be equaly goo ms the Oes
Lr, wkhis wew wiNl U it pte trU wim
t 4pU~ ~ EIflli~i~fS
Smith & Gra.wer
BANNACK C/TY, M. T.
Always have o band and for sale a
TEA, COFFEE, SUGARS,
SALT, SPICES, FLOUR,
aACON, HA.MS, soAP,
II Ai R W AI E!
BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING,
Dry Goods, Etc.`
Also, a large sad well-assorted stock of Drugs Gad
IA!I of these aItici«u will be sold at the lowest
0F"Caftt.h Prices !11
We have a commudious
Storage of Goods
Liberal Advances w iii be diades.e
U. S. Land Omce.
THU publie are hereby notiied that frem as
after Reptember 10th, 1P67, the U. 8. Lead 0
flceat lHelena, Montana, will be open for the traae
action of business.
Oice in I)unmpby & Bentley's block, Main stre
O. B. O'BANNON, Regitee
OG o. McLEA, Receiver.
Helena. September . '67. w1m
Attorncy and Counsellor at Law
And Solicitor in Chancery.
Ofee at Erforts & Buach's old stand,
Jackson Street.................Virginia. City
TVA'ER r .PIPE 0,
And aIl kinds of Brass and Iron Fittings, Toes,
Ae., for steam and Gas Fitter's use.
SThe best nd Isrgest assortment I thee tly,
sn at greatly reduoed prices. ead for Pries IM
J. B. FULLER,
47 Doy Street, New Ycrk City.
IARMlERIS, ATTENTION I
W bave now at Virgaiia City, for sale, a SbW
Excelsior Reapers Je Mowers,
The cheapest and best machines In the world
Simple in construction. light In draught, essIy
adjusted to grain or grass, saving two hands mase
than any other. These maahine have been able to
compete with all others successftlly.
THEY DO NOT GET OUT OF REPAIR EASiLY.
Are constructed principally of irom and steel, and
those portions of them which wear out can be ie
plleae*l in the Territery
_ Call nd get a pamphlet, and me li~st opse
mum take and recommeadations.
W. F. BA RTLIT, Virglnla City
aJzo .T. 2Loe wa Co..
Virginia City ed Helena.
Jaly 18, 1867 I151
s1?ALIUssD ir Esu vummaror I 1862.
56 Bridge Steert, Helena, M. .
E. F. PHELPS,
ILL praot i all th eoar d tbs Tewluhty
R. S. HAMILTON,
Wholeale and Retail Dealer in
STOVES & HARDWARE
ALL KINDS OF
TII, SHEEBT410N COPPERWARI
nept on head.
Ad kinods oI jobbtlS d iº th bt o weekms
sad al odqes pmompy an eded to. BmOe a
Jeshesm. .teto John 8. Rooekhlw'
virgia is Cty. T.. Aug. 14.1*6.? 18i