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Dbeln br 18th.
Bgs introdnced C B No 4, an set to
amend an act entitled "Aneat regalating
the fees of officersj urors and witnesses,
*prroved Feb. 9, 1865; referred.
d introduce4 C.B No 5, ,"a act
dive Mary 'L aunnr and Anion
Leanier; role suspended;on final passage.
Orr introduced C B No 6, "An act to
prevent the collection of illegal toll;
rules suspended; on final passage. Ayes
RIeees until 2 p. ma.
Ae' £ OON.
H B'No 6, "Act to divorce H B
Steele and Roena A 8teele; peased. Ayes
Bagg introduced C B No 7, "An act
providhag for the puR.·asm of a suitable
safe for the offices of Auditor and Treas
urer; rules suspended; final passage.
Bagg introduces C JR No 2, "Author
Izing the Auditor to issue certain war
rants;" final passage. Ayes--7. Nays.
H J R, to pay Superintendent of Pub
lic Instruction; laid on the table.
Watson introduced C B No 8, "An act
entitled an act relating to the support
of the poor; rules suspended; final pas
sage Ayes-7. Nays-0.
Davis introduced C B No 9, "An act
to divorce Rosa Vanolerden and Abram
H Vanolerden; final passage. Ayes-6.
Petition from Missoula County to pay
for transportation of arms; laid on the
Rand presented petition to' divorce
Louisa M. Winsted and John W. Win
Cullen, special committee, reported
bill to change the name of Edgeron Co.
to Lewis and Clarke County, tavorably.
Rand introduced O B Nq 10t "As ~t
tovaegalite and defining the jurisdiction
of Probate courts of Montasa; referred to
committee of the Whole.
Rand introduced C B No 11, "An act
to divorce J W Wlnstdd dld Louisa M
Winsted; referred to special committee;
Rand, Corum, Wato$
Watson introduced C B No 12, "An
act in relation to the appointment of
deputy district attoroeys; referred.
H B No 3; final passage. Ayes-5.
NB No 8, "An act eoineerafg crimes
and punishments;" passed.
Cullen introduced No o18, "An apt
deaning the duties of TeerltorIal Super
intendent of Public ..trction ;" re
Council confirmed the following ap
pointments by the G(.aiv or."
M C Larkin, Deer Lodge county; J J
Hesty, and H A Kennedy, Chotean Co.,
and M Veale, Madison Co., as Notaries
Davis introduced C J R No 3,"Author
ising the Auditor to isseo certain war
C B No 11, reported favorably; final
passage. Ayes-6. fay-1.
C B No 12, "An act In relation to de
puty district Attorneys; final pasage.
December 20, 1867.
Prayer by Chaplain.
Boswell, select, reported C B No 4, fee
Notice from the Governor that he had
pproved the act incorporating the Eldo
b and Diamond City Wagon Road;
also, the act changing the name of Ed
gerton county to Lewis aad lark county;
alaq the act amendatory concerning
crimes and punishments.
Comly, select, reported C B 1, concer
ing probate courts at Philipsburg, with
amendments. Adopted, a bill on nal
pmasg--ayes, 6; nays, 5.
Comly introduced H B No 10, to inaor
porate the city of Helena. Referred to
elect committe-Coly, Rhodes and
Word introduced H J R No 1, to ad
journ at 12 m. on Monday. Adopted.
H B No 2, military bill, made special
order fbr 3 p. m.
Patton introduced H J R No 7, to pay
D. W. Tilton & Co. for printing. Reter
red to Ways and Means,
C $ No 12, in relation to deputy dis
triet attorneys, laid on the table.
C B 11, to divorce John W. and Louisa
M. Winsted. Referred to Boswell, Wes
ton and Patton. Recess.
H B No 2 taken up. After comidera
ble discussion, Mr. Kemnerly ared a
resolution asking Governor Smith to
give his views on the bill. Adopted.
Governor Smith appeared and deliver
ed a speech on military affairs.
Recess. S6 p. m.
The evening was consumed in fillibus.
tering on the military bill-finally refer
srd to committee on Territorial Aairs.
C B 4, considered in committee of the
Whole. and adjourned.
Word introduced a resolution that no
more bills should be introduced after to
CB 8, Revenue Pill, or final peasage.
Ayes 10; nays 0.
Comly reported H B 10, to incorporate
Helena City, with amendments.
Comly reported C B 4 Fee bill, with
amendments. Adoped. Ok final
sage. Ayes 10; nays 0.
H B 11, another Capital bill. Bead
and referred to Ways and Means.
Rhodes, Ways and Meas, reported H
B 11, adding "Helema City" toGallatin
city and e~a Gulla~er, ham same,
j raMty. Repdort *
Boswell reported H B , Miltary bill,
!or the deiberation of she House. On
Te¶nan trodwd ikU 1$ to ova
meats toH o 1.
IH B 1, taken up and House adjourned
ative to elections, favorably.
Watson. Ways and Means, reported
H J R No 8, for Helena armory. Amend
ed by adding $600 for an armory in Mis
a ula county.
Coram introduced C B 14, to provide
omcers for the penitentiary. Referred.
( , Wb ut ] use isdament
coasc i. q t
Noige dfrn the Obl.rnor of the sp
proval of the Va.violden dibroe bil..
Also the bi podivding a saSe for the
Auditor and e.riamr
B I N1e 1} Cal PA.eice Aet. Amead
ed and oi fidna pa6eaga. Ayes 5; nays 2.
Davis introduced C B 15, to amend the
act duanin the bidedaries of Dead
Lodger 4 Beavert atas
ties. Ref# tomelttee ewas
and Cunaiies.. .;
Adjour..,. . .
Morning. Prayer by Chaplain.
Rhodes, Ways ad -ea-s, qpporptd H
J R No , unfavorab
H B No 10, to incor te the City of
Helena, amended sad on final passage.
Ayes 10; says 0.
Vote on H B No 2, Military bill, re
consider.d, amended and obn S.al ".s
sag.. Ayes 6; aysr 4 ..
1CSO concevJ %c4p.SoW.courts, oe
finueart'n , to dlivo.e
G. Juls Germ rin and Maria Germain.
Rules suspended. O n final pp
Ayes 9; 1 .
Gallahet M B 164 q Ivre
Georg W. Mary Hiek
er. IJn fiqi n .. .
Ayes; ft7 *
C B 12, relatag to the appointment
of district attorneys, taken up and on
final ;_P, . 0 .
tende- , ur oap .
Word ntroduced H B 17. 4o repeal
the act incorporatiag the City of Neva
da. Rules suspended. On final passage.
Ayes 9; nays 0.
OGlaher oeosduced H B18, to divorce
Edward- McBrdwu and Margaret
McBrown. Rat, suspended. On final
passrae. Ayes 6; hays .
C B 15. amending the act defining the
county lines of Deer Lodge, Beaverhead
and Madimen counties. On final pass.ge.
Ayes 7; nays 8,
Edwards gave notice of reconsider
Weston Introduced H B No 19, to re
enact the act authorizing Ray W An
drews to have a terry on the Mimsouri
river: rules suspended. Passed.
H B 11, Capital bill; laid on the table.
C B 1., to legalize the location of
quartz claims; on final passage, Ayes
C B 11, to divorce John M and Louisa
M Weislett. Lost. Ayes-6. Nays
Gallaher introduced H J M 10, asking
the United States to appropriate $150,
000 for the removal of obstructions from
the Missouri river, above the American
Falls; final passage. Ayes-10. Nays
Word, select, reported C B 11, with
amendme.ts; adopted and on Onal pas
sage. Ayes--6. Nays--0.
SCB 14, to provide for the government
of the Territorial penitentiary; on final
passage. Ayes; 6. Nays; 0.
C J N 4, extra compensation to 8
Chamberlain and A C Hill; amended; re
CB 14; a pasage. Ayes; 6. Nays;
CB4, fee bill; House recededfrom
their amendments. Ayes; 8. Nays; 2.
H J R, Helms armory bill; House re
refused to eemaur in Council amend
CJ R No 8; on final passage. Ayes;
Tennant introduced H J R No 11,
sathorizing the Auditor to draw certain
Gallaher introduced H J R 12, in re
gard to Indian policy; referred to select
committee, Word, Gallaher, Comly.
Notice from the Governor that he had
app ed the CQiv Practice Act.
H JR,. to give compensation to D
W Tilton & Co for Territorial printing;
laid on the table.
On motion of Patton, C J R No 3 was
reconsidered, amended and passed.
Notice from the Governor, of his approval
of C B No 7, for ProbateCourts at Philipsbr.g,
Deer Lodge county. C BNo 6, to prevent the
collection of illegal toll. C B No 3, for col
lection of Revenue.
C B 13. Final p_ Ayes 4.
C B 10. Dening juriadiction of Probate
Courts. Pamed-A=m 7.
Bagg introduced t B 16, to legalise the lo
cation of quarts claims in Montana. Final
pae--Ays 7, may 0.
H J R A. For building of armory at Helena.
Rule sspendld. Final parage-Aym 6,
HBB4. Act to promote Agricultural, Me
chanical and Mineral interets of Montana.
Pamed-Aye 6, mays 2.
H J S. Appropriating money to at
tbahes. Aye 5, nays 2.
Davi introdmaud 0317it, samwaim 1mm.
Bule ampead. Ninia p g- 56,
8 1A. At to repeal the et to lacorpo
sate Nevada *. P d-Aye B, nays 1.
torO b cembewlaim ad A 0Cn l
aore , 0 am 1. I
SB 14. Ase topr ie fer gevwamest of
lrritoris1 pemisemtlar. Pa.ed-Ayu 6,
lot from the Goveror of his pproval
of - W.o tO, . regelate, Wad dd.rsi g te.
ptIoeedlup of Probsmw6omri.
I B 18. Adivorcig Jsled drmf4 and
e rarWs. Pamid-A s 5, says s.
I JR . .Li. on1 the .
N 5 10. Incorporation Act of Beam.
i .1b--Aym 6. says 1.
SB 14. Taken up md lost on nSre pmastro.
Ni M 10. Asking appropriation for removal
of obstructions above American palls i6 Mis
aoari river. Pasaed-Ays 6.
I B 14. Reconsidered and passed-Ayes 6,
3a 1. Act authorision Bay W Andrewsto
ammrtain a ftery acros M i river. Pased
--Ayes 4, nays 2.
H B 18. Rqpeliag the act to iaoorpoenrte
the Upper Missouri S.e'mbost Company. laid
os the able.
Iotioe hfom the Governor of his approval
of 0B's 16 ad 12.
H B 12. A ct to ive $1,00, extra compan
artias, so James Tuf.C, 8ecresary. Pase.
e , suays 2.
Davis introduced C B 17. Concerning fins.
Pauae4-Ayes 5, nays 2.
6 P. M.
Notice from the Governor of his ap
proval of C B's 14, 15, 16, sad 4.
H B 8. Act for the organization of
Territorial Militia. Indefinitely post
poned-Ayes 4. nays 8.
C B 18. Passed-Ayes 5, nays S.
Corum introduced C J R 5. Relating
to Joint Convention. Passed-Ayes 5,
H B 9. Act relating to Elections. Pass
ed-Ayes 8, nays 2.
Communication from the Governor,
having appeovod C _B 1, . Caonerning
Superintendents of Public Instructions.
Joint Convention-Election ot Peni
Confirmation of the following appoin
tees as Notaries Public :-F R Biel and
Thos R Napton.
C B 18. Military Bill. Lost-Ayes
none, nays 7.
Notice from the Governor, of his ap
proval of C B 16.
Rand introduced C 3B 19. Act to amend
an act to regulate proceedings in civil
cases, in Courts of Justice. Passed
Ayee 6, na) 1.
Notice from the Governor, of his ap
proval of C B 11.
H JR 18. Taken up and passed-Ayes
6, nay 1.
Notice from the Governor, that he had
approved C B 14.
The hour having at last arrived at
which the Legislative Assembly agreed
to adjourn, the President declared Coun
cil adjourned Sine Die.
Woolfolk, Pemberton & Toole
A TTORNEYS at Law, Helena, Montaa,
No. 21 Bridge Street, up stars. Practice
in all the Courts. dl.
L. W. FRARY,
SURGICAL and MECHANICAL
TWO doom east of the Post ofice. Virgi.ia City
M. T. Single and complete setts of teeth in
serted is the best style known to the professio
All work gearnsteed. Prices reasonable.
JOHN G. VETTER,
OOT AND SHOEMAKER, No. 3. Jacksm
street, Viriia City, Montafa. Particular
attention paid to the manufacture of Gents' noe
boots. Keeps constantly on hand a large stock of
French alf-skin; also, kip and solo leather. All
of the Afint oaalty. 13$'
AN itmense variety of Blank Books and Meme.
rardams iust eooeived at the City Book Store
UN-DEAL~ R, opposite GOurney & Co.'s, Wal
l Street, Virf.in City. lt Mpairtu r
James N. Willhams,
g SHIONABLB Bair Dessing and Bhaving
S8aloom, Brie street, Helena, Moatams Terri
HJesa, - - - Montana Territory,
G. JUUs cmlmI , Proprleter. 17
M. CAsOLL, OGo Trs1s.
CARROLL & STEEL.
Forwarding Storage sad Dealers in Gea
FortBenton, M. T.
SILVER BOW HOTEL,
Xa fye tte oerri ,
IODGE COUNTY, MOMTHNA.
Foster & CulJer ,
JACKSON & COOVER 8ST.. VIRGIaIA CITY
THI largest sd mst
Is ' Trruitc. with plenty of the best
For all kinds f SLeek.
Large & Coemosdlous Corrals
ACCOMMODATION 01P TOCK.
AU 6ays eN wd a Rt tTl
119. do tw&w WAGL1 STABLM
Woolworth & Bartn
GENERAL EAS ERUOFFICE.:
254 Broadway, New York.
GENERAL WERTEIR OFFIC:
St. Joseph, - -- Missouri.
WILL FORWARD FREIGHT TO THU TER
T" rr A_ -II
sV oita_ a ,
New MIiexico !
From their Warehoeses at the termionu of the
Union Pacific Railroad
U, P. RAIL ROAD, E. D.
For rates, abhipping directions, etc.. app'y at the
General Offces of the Company, or to
Kigbt & Parker, Agents, No. 106 Washington
George B. MccCunoh, Agent, No. 42 South
Sthe ktset, Philadelphia.
8idMey RI.e, Agent, No. I Bnrnet Haoue Cin.
Joseph MoEntire, Agent, No. 72 Commercial
StreetL It Louis.
Henry Hargis, Agent, No. 5i Clark St. Chic'go
Daniels Brown, Agents, Denver, Colorade.
Geort. T. Clark, Agent, Central City. Col.
Fisher & Cass, Agents, Golden City. Colorado.
Godbe & Mitchell. Agent.. Sult Iake City.
PIOUTS & RUJSSELL, Agents, Virginia
Daunel Corbin, Agept, Helena, Montana.
Smith & OGreter, Agents, Bannack and Mon
C. E. Blake, Agent, Sants Fe, New Mexioo.
Oscar Niobolson, Agent, Junction City, Kam
as. cpresent terminrs U.P. R.R. E.D.)
0. C. BARTON, contractrn Apgent. North
flatte Station, Nebraska, (present terminus
U. P. R. R., or to
F. E. SHORT.
137 General Traveling Agent
B. A. A. ELTON & JOHN B. TAYLOR
BTORAGR, Fr)R WARDLVG
Fort Ientonm, 1ontamaTerritory.
BIING exelusively tn the Storage and Commis
sin business. we will give oar individaal
attention to reooritg, storing and forwarding all
goods consigned to s. We respectfily solicit the
patronage of the business men of Montana Terri
tory. We refer, by permisia., to
Messrs. Pfoat & Russell, Virginia City, M. T.;
" J.J. Re & C., " " "
" Gorham & Patte, ." "
Mr. John S. Roeksllow, ' "
" John H. Ming. " "
Mesr. King & Gillett, Helena City. '
" Gaston, Simpson & Co., Helena City, M. T
Mr. J. 3. Upson, " "
CaptH.W.. Parklon & Co., " " "
Msses. M. Brasham & Co., BlaokfoIt City,
Mr. A. Beattle, Banker, St. Joseph, Mo.;
Messrs. Strode, Rubey & Co., 8t. Louis, Mo.;
" Daemrom Brothers & Co., " "
Mr. E. . . amuel, St. Louis, Mo. ;
Mr. William North. "
Lalics' Ice Cream Saloon.
Virginia City ................ ontana.
CAKES, PIES, BREAD,
Kept ooastantly on hand.
We have em hand and will reoeive such roods as
CAKE ORNAMENTS, 8 UGAR
FLOWERS, PANORAMA EGGS
BASKETB, FANCY HEARTS
And Candy Toys of all kinds.
Gum Drops, Cream Fondats,
Honey " French Kisses,
Cream " Bon Bone,
Cordial " Candied Fruite,
Brandy " Chewing Gum,
And all kinds of large and small
S8elled Almonds, Beedles Raisins
Figs, Dates, Citron, Nuts,
Chocolate, Maple Sugar, Raisins, Jellies,
etc, etc. etc.
A ase lot of Foreign and Domestle
WI WIE AND CORDIALS,
Ancholoes, Holland Herring,
soiss and Limburg Ches
Canned Chicken, B1rkey
and Preservrd Fruits.
An endless varlety of
Plying Toys, Fireworks and Oraokera
V For gettlag up Hall and Weddlng Suppr,
wm . prepeed to o.mpete with ay irm lathe
S7 iba.semr Desprtment ia now itted
ap that dindes ema eter without passing throoth
b blbe saloon.
1 APLE. Parc· u m s.
Established in 18641
G. H. CLARK.
(4 doors above the Post OCce.)
OULD respectfully inform the citiaens of
Montana Territory, that they bare now
on hand the largest and most complete stock of
Oonce and Household
Furniture in the country. Having the neces
eory machinery for manufacturing, we fee
assured that we can sell
Cheaper than any-other House
in the Territory. Our Stock consists of
Bedstead, Sofas, Chairs, Bureaus,
Wardrobes, Wbsbetands, Center Tables, Daing
and Breakfast Tables, Ofce Desks, Etc., Etc.
In fact, we can manufacture
Anything You Want I
in our line of business. We are prepared to
Sash, Doors, and Blinds
Twenty-ive per cent. cheaper than they can
be bought elsewhere. l A large s ock
constantly on hand."'i
Coffins made on short Notice.
Billiard Balls Nicely Turned
Give us a Call.
G. II. CLARK.
141-166 Wallace Street, Virginia City.
uawsl Lgeet of th G 6rweeaet si Apprved episit.r
FOR DISBURSING OFFICERS.
EZRA MILLARD, Presidet.
J. H. MILLARD, c*Ahier.
Omaha National Bank,
Ca,,ital $100,000. Authorized Capital $500,000.
T .IS BANK deals in Foreign and Domestio Ex
change, Governiment Bonds, Gold Coin, and
makes the purchase of
Goll Dust and Bullion a Speciality !
J. II, Millard, formerly of Allen & Millard, Bank
ers at Virginia and Helena Cities. Montana, is now
(jashicr of this Bank, and will be pleased to see
him Montana friends. 147-6m
WV. F. BARTILIT,
Storae :and Commission Ierchant
COL. WALLACE AND VANBUREIRSTS.,
Virginla City,... ... .Montana.
(Old Jefferson House.)
KEEPS constantly on hand a lrge and general
aseortment of the inest
M1INERS' TOOL -i
i 'Libmral advances made e* ConsiumentLs..
Particular attention given to
Salt Lake Consignments!
A liberal share of the puble patronage respect.
tully solieited. )el3-twt
WARREN HUSSEY & CO.,
Denver and Central City, Colorado Ter.,
HUSSEY, DAHLER & CO.,
&alt Lake City, Utah,
Vtrgiiat City and Helenm, _. T.,
DRAW BXCHANGE ON
ra All Parse osEurepe.
SColleetions promptly attended
Virginia City, July 4th. 186. 1393*
Walla Walla Restaurant
DA..TY As a 3c Ar aIe -teL1, -
Main St., Helena.
*JO. APPOLONIO, Proprietor.
TBB best the Market sto ds and bthe sea
Sson furmises, dihed u to g .s att
Al HOURS during day or nght. dl-tt
Wilbur F. Sade~rM,
A TTORNEY at Law, oppedto.mnters' Heose,
_ daho stret. 140 1
R. 0., BALiI Y
Wholesale and Retail
Nevada City, M. T.
(The old Miners' Store.)
DEALER IN FLOUR,
Cole., Sugar, Bacon, Tens, Syrups,
Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars,
etc., Ete., Etc.
A Large land Well A-.orted Stock of Family
Constan'Jy on hand, and sold at lowest mark,
The " Miner+' Store," Yet
Remem-be' the Place !
Corner of Idaho and Jackson Street*,
VIRGINIA CITYr, M. T.,
J. B. CHAPIN, - - - Proprieter.
TIII8 well-knows Hotel has beI n th,rnughly
repaired and renovated in al in all its departmrnts.
A FIRST-CLA98 TABLE
will be maintained, regardless of expense, anud w
be furnished with the choicest vi!ntir the r'ntret
affords. The comfort and convenirce ,, , bar1,,rs
and visitrs will be carefilly attenrlt-d t,. ('a,,;;1l
and trustworthy waiters in wonstant att*edan4.n vu
the guests. 1 "
(Successor to I. J." Cowan.)
WILL LEAVE VIRGINIA CITY EVERY
MONDAY MORNING, FOR
Sterling, Willow Creek, Gallatin City,
oUie's Store, Parsons' Ranch, Middle
Greek, Boseman City, and Elk Grove.
Will, after June lIt, carry pa~tengersand ba
gage, Ac., and after July .lt, the U. S. Mail.
Iy close attention to business, tha proprie
tor hopes to merit the confidence and pa otrn
age of the public.
Office at J. M. Knight's, Wallace -t.
JAMES F. TORMAN, Pro'r
May 8, 1867. 142tf
JNO. S. SLATER,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
and NOTARY PUBLIC.
Will attend promptly to all business of a legal
nature, take depoi.tions. administer olthis. etc.. etc.
[ 'Im'nediate attention Riven to the collectiom
of all claims against the United States. especially
such as may arise under the recent act of Ci',oress
equalizing bounties. Offi, e over the .;,re of Geo.
L. Shoup. corner Wallace and J.a kon streets,
Virginia city, M. T. 1]:36
LEA. F. MARSTON,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
Cor. of Jackson 4¢ Wallace Sta.. Virginia City, M. T.
CONSTANTLY keeps on hand, and makes to or
der, from Native Guld, all the latest styles of
t'''Particular attention paid to repairing Watch s.
NEVADA BRE VERI,
A. BC1EFLE1, Prop'r.
IN retarhni. my thanks for past patronage, I
I would respectfully inform the public that I keep
coustsatly on hand the beest quality ox
for sale as heretofore in quantities to suit customers.
I have also reftted and refurnished my
NEVADA SALOON AND BAKERY.
Where can always be had the best quality of Bee
assorted Liuo s, Cigars, Bread, Pies. Ca e. etc.
wrl-164 A. 8CHEFI LER.
JOHN B. FULLER,
47 DEY STREET, New York City,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
PORTABLE & STATIONARY
STall IllIIS Aill BlOIEIIS,
From 2 to 250 Horse Power.
Most approved Circular and Upright Saw Mils.
Grist Mills, Sugar Mills, and all kiuis of Mfining
and Plantation mauhinery on hand and built t ,
8 Shafting, Pullies, Leather and Rubthr
Belting, and all kinds of Iron and Wod l-working
e Machinery and Railway supplies in atore.
and shipped at the , rvest rates.
J. H. MING,
Corner of, Jackson and Wallace St
Wholesale and Retail Grocer.
And dealer in
TOBAOCO, CIGARS AND STATIONERY.
ALSO, A FINE SELECTION
0 PAN"CY 808 D AND TOYS.
Suitable for Holiday presents'
Deer L odge City, Mi. 'l1.
LLY WQI O. -. - - - Proprietor,
A Soe mloom is attachbed to the Bakery, and a
Clk ooes, both of wbloh are 8tted up with
all the ader in i eapOets. The prest liquoy.
nd the best brds ofiar are served out to cu
e.ns. I am always d to see my old friends
who live upon the other side of the mountains,
well as these up.s this side. la