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THE MONTANA POST- SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1867.
Bagjsintrodnced C B No 4, an act to^amend an act entitled ^An act regulating^the fees of officer* j arors and witnesses,^^approved Feb. 9, 1865; referred.
Handintroduced C B No 5, ^An act^divorcing Mary E. Launier and Amos^Launier, rule suspended;on final passage.^Ayes^ 6. Nay^L
Orrintroduced C B No 6, ^An act to^prevent the collection of illegal toll;^rules suspended; on final passage,^^5. Nays^2.
Recessuntil 2 p. m.
HB ;No 6, ^Act to divorce H B^Steele and Roena A Steele; passed. Ayes^^7. Nay^0.
Baggintroduced C B No 7, ^An act^providing for the purchase of a suitable^safe for the offices of Auditor and Treas^^urer; rules suspended; final passage.^Ayes^5. Nays^0.
Baggintroduced C J R No 2, ^Author^izing tbe Auditor to issue certain war^^rants;^ final passage. Ayes
SecretaryTufts $1,000 extra compensa^^tion. On final r-a*^*tf^*. Ayef*rVflays 4.
Kennedyintroduced H B If. to incor^^porate the Upper Missouri stiver Navi^^gation Company! Final passage. Ayes^9; nays 0.
Kennerlyoffered a resolution to ad^^journ mtfe die at 6 p m. Tabled.
Houseconcurred In Council amend,^ments to II B No 1.^H B 1, taken up and House adjourned^without action.
HJ R, to pay Superintendent of Pub^^lic Instruction; laid on the table.
Watsonintroduced 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.
Davieintroduced G B No 9, ^An act^to divorce Rosa Vanolerden and Abram^H Vanolerden; final passage. Ayes^6.^Nays^0.
Petitionfrom Missoula County to pay^for transportation of arms; laid on the^table.
December19th.^Rand presented petition to divorce^Louisa M. VVinsted and John W. Win-^Sted.
('alien,special committee, reported
Deoemlier21.^Contra, Elections, reported H B 9, rel^^ative to elections, favorably.
Watson,Ways and Means, reported^H J R No 3, for Helena armory. Amend^Ayes i ed by adding $600 for an armory in Mis^^| soul a county.
Corumintroduced C B 14, to provide^I officers for the penitentiary. Referred.
CorumIntroduced V B 19, to repeal^Sec 5, of tbe act concerning the'location^of quartz leads. Referred.
(3B 1, taken up. House amendments^concurred in.^Recess.
Noticefrom the Governor of the ap^^proval of the VauvVerden divorce bill.^Also the bill providing a safe for the^Nays I Auditor and Treasurer
HB No 1, Civil Practice Act. Amend^^ed and on final passage. Ayes 5; nays 2.
Davisintroduced C B 15, to amend the^act defining the boundaries of Deer^I^dge, Madison and Beaverhead coun^^ties. Referred to committee on -Towns^and Counties.^Adjourned.
Morning. Prayerbv Chaplain.^Rhodes, Ways and Means, reported n^J R No 7, unfavorably.
HB NolO, to incorporate the City of^Helena, amended and on final passage.^Ave* 10; navs 0.
Voteon H B No 2. Military bill, re^^considered, amended and on final pas^^sage. Ayes 6; nays 4.
CB If), concerning probate courts, on^final passage. Ayes 9; nays 0.
Stewartintroduced II B 15, to divorce
billto chance the name of Edgerton Co. O.Jules Oermain and Maria Germain,^to Lewis and Clarke County, favorably. Rules suspended. Op final passage.^Rand introduced C B No 10, ^An act Ayes 9; nays 1.
toregulate and defining the jurisdiction^of Probate courts ot Montana; referred to^committee of the Whole.
Randintroduced C B No 11, ^An act^to divorce J W Winsted and Louisa M^Winsted; referred to special committee;^Rand, Corum Watson:
Watsonintroduced C B No 12, ^An^act in relation to the appointment of^deputy district attorneys; referred.
HB No 3; final passage. Ayes^5.^Nays^1.
HB No 8, ^An act concerning crimes^and punishments;^ passed.
Cullenintroduced C B No 13, ^An act^defining the duties of Territorial Super^^intendent of Public Instruction;^ re^^ferred.
Councilconfirmed the following ap^^pointments by the Governor:
MC Larkin, Deer Lodge county; J J^Healy. and H A Kennerly, Choteau Co.,^and M Veale, Madison Co., as Notaries^Public.
Davisintroduced C J R No 3,^Author-^izing the Auditor to issue certain war^^rants; referred.
CB No 11, reported favorably; final^passage. Ayes^6. IN ay^L
CB No 12, ^An act in relation to de^^puty district Attorneys; final passage.^Ayes^4. Nays^3.
Boswell, select, reported C B No 4, fee^bill, favorably.
Noticefrom the Governor that he had^approved the act incorporating the Eldo^^rado and Diamond City Wagon Road;^also, the act changing the name of Ed-^gerton county to Lewis andClark county;^also the act amendatory concerning^crime- and punishments.
Comly,select, reported C B 1, concern^^ing probate courts at Pliillipsburg, with^amendments. Adopted, and bill on final^passage^ayes, 6; nays, 5.
Comlyintroduced H B No 10. to incor^^porate the city of Helena. Referred to^^xrtact committe^Comly, Rhodes and^Term r^t.
Wordintroduced H J R No 1, to ad^^journ at 12 m. on Monday. Adopted.
HB No 2, military bill, made special^order for 3 p. m.
Pattonintroduced H J R No 7, to pay^D. W. Tilton ^ Co. for printing. Reler^red to Ways and Means,
CB No 12, in relation to deputy dis^^trict attorneys, laid on the table.
CB 11, to divorce John W. and Louisa^M. Winsted. Referred to Bos well, Wes^^ton and Patton. Recess.
HB No 2 taken up. After considera^^ble discussion, Mr. Kennerly offered a^resolution asking Governor Smith to
givehis views on the bill. Adopted.
GovernorSmith appeared and deliver^^ed a speech on military affairs.
Recess. 6^ p. m.
Theevening was consumed in fillibus-^tering on the military bill^finally refer^^red to committee on Territorial Affairs.
CB 4, considered in committee of the^Whole, and adjourned.
Wordintroduced a resolution that no^more bills should be introduced after to^^day. Adopted.
CB 3, Revenue Pill, oc final passage.^Ayes 10; nays 0.
Comlyreported H B 10, to incorporate^Helena City, with amendments.^Adopted.
Comlyreported C B 4, Fee bill, with^amendments. Adopted. Om final pas^^sage. Ayes 10: nays 0.
HB 11, another Capital bill. Read^and referred to Ways and Means.
Rhodes,Ways and Means, reported H^B 11, adding ^Helena City^ to Gallatin^City and Virginia. Gallaher, from same,^reported the bill favorably. Report re^^ceived.
Boswellreported IIB2, Military bill,^for the deliberation of the House. On^final passage. Ayes 11, nays 0.
Tennantintroduced H B 12, to give
Gallahermtn^dn*ed H B 10, to divorce^George W. Harkef and Mary June Hack^^er. Rules suspended. *a tiaal passage^Ayes 7; nays 1. *
CB 12, relating to the appointment^of district attorneys, taken up and ou^final passage. Ayes 9; nays 0.
('U 13, defining the duties of Superin^^tendent of Public Instruction, ,,tak^n up^and referred to select committee^-Word,^Comly, Rhodes.-^j -. J,
Wordintroduced H B 17. to repeal^the act incorporating the City of Neva^^da. Rules suspended. On final passage.^Ayes 9; nays 0.
Gallaherintroduced II B 18, to divorce^Edward McBrown and Margaret^McBrown. Rules suspended. On final^passage. Ayes 6; nays 0.
CB 15. amending the act defining the^county lines of Deer Lodge, Beaverhead^and MadUion counties. On final passage.^Ayes 7; nays 3,
Edwardsgave notice of reconsider^^ation.
Westonintroduced H B No 19, to re-^enact the act authorizing Ray W An^^drews to have a terry on the Missouri^river: rules suspended. Passed.
HB 11, Capital bill; laid on the table.^C B 16, to legalize the location of^quartz claims; on final passage. Ayes^^8. Nays^1.
CB 11, to divorce John M and Louisa^M Wenelett. Lost. Ayes^6. Nays^^None.
Gallaherintroduced 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^^None.
Word,select, reported C B 11, with^amendments; adopted and on f nal pas^^sage. Ayes^6. Nays^0.
CB 14, to provide for the government^of the Territorial penitentiary; on final^passage. Ayes; 6. Nays; 0.
CJ R No 4, extra compensation to S^Chamberlain and A C Hill; amended; re^^ferred
CB 14; final passage. Ayes; 6. Nays;^none.
CB 4, fee bill; House receded from^their amendments. Ayes; 8. Nays; 2.
HJ R, Helena armory bill; House re-^refused to concur in Council amend^^ments.
CJ R No 3; on final passage. Ayes;^5. Nays; 2.
Tennantintroduced H J R No 11,^authorizing the Auditor to draw certain^warrants. Passed.
Gallaherintroduced H J R 12, in re^^gard to Indian policy; referred to select^committee, Word, Gallaher, Comly.
Noticefrom the Governor that he had^approved the Civil Practice Act.
CB14. Act to provide for government of^Territorial penitentiary. Passed^Ayei 5,^nays 2.
Noticefrom the Governor of his apprcval^of 11 B No 10, to regulate, and defining tbe^proceedings of Probate Courts.
11B 15. Act divorcing G Jules Oermain and^Mary Germain. Passed^Ayes 5, nays 2.
nJ R 9. Laid on tbe table.
HB 10. Incorporation Act of Helena.^Passed^Ayes 6. nays 1.
IIB 14. Taken up and lo^t on final passage.
HJ M IS. Asking appropriation forremoral^of obstructions above American Falls in Mis^^souri river. Passed^Ayes 0.
HB 14. Reconsidered and passed^Ayes 5,^nays 2.
HB 19. Act authorizing Ray W Andrews to^maintain a ferry across Mistwuri river. Pasted^^-Aye^ 4, nays 2.
HB 13. Repealing the act to incorporate^the Upper Missouri Steamboat Company. Liid^on the table.
Noticefrom tbe Governor of his approval^of C B's 15 and 12.
HB 12. Act to give $1,000, extra compen^^sation, to James Tufts, Secretary. Passet^^Ayes 4, nays 2.
Davisintroduced C B 17. Concerning fines.^Pasted^Ayes 5, nays 2.
Noticefrom the Governor of his ap^^proval of C B's 14, 15, 16, and 4.
HB 2. Act for the organization of^Territorial Militia. Indefinitely post^^poned^Aves 4, nays 3.
CB 18. Passed^Ayes 5, nays 2.
Corumintroduced C J R 5. Relatiag^to Joint Convention. Passed^Ayes 5,^nays 1.
H13 9. Act relating to Elections. Pass^^ed^Ayes 3. nays 2.
Communicationfrom the Governor,^having approved C B 13, Concerning^Superintendents of Public Instructions.
JointConvention^Election of Peni^^tentiary officers.
Confirmationof the following appoin^^tees as Notaries Public :^F R Biel and^Thus R Nupioii.
CB 18. Military Bill. Lost^Ayes^none, nays 7.
Noticefrom the Governor, of his ap^^proval of C B 1G.
Randintroduced C B 19. Act to amend^an act to regulate proceedings in civil^cases, in Courts of Justice. Passed^^Ay.'n 6. nay 1.
Noticefrom the Governor, of his ap^^proval of C B 11.
HJ R 12. Taken up and passed^Ayes^6, nay 1.
Noticefrom the Governor, that he had^approved C B 14.
Thehour having at last arrived at^which the Legislative Assembly agreed^to adjourn, the President declared Coun^^cil adjourned Sine Die.
ATTORNEYSat Law, Helena, Montaaa,^No. 21 Bridge Street, up staars. Practice^in all the Courts. 41*
I..W. I UARY,^SURGICAL and MECHANICAL
TWOdoors east of the Vent office. Virgii.ia City^M. T. Stable and complete ^efts of teeth in^serted ie tbe beet style known to the professio^All werk guarauteed. Prices reasonable.
BOOTAM) SHOEMAKER No. 3, Jackeea^street, Virginia City, Montana. Particular^attention paid to the manufacture of Gents' fine^boots. Keej^s constantly on hand a large stock ef^French calf-skins | also, kip and sole leather. All^of the laest quality. 132*
variety of Blank H^^randuaas jnst received at tbe City Book Store
ANianmenee variety of Blank Books and Memo^n
QUN-DEALER,opposite Gurney ^ O
laceStreet, Virginia City. Repairing
HJ R, 7 to give compensation to D^W Tilton ^ Co for Territorial printing;^laid on the table.
Onmotion of Patton, C J R No 3 was^reconsidered, amended and passed.^Adjourned.
Noticefrom the Governor, of his approval^of C BNo7, for Probate Courts at Philipsburg,^Deer Lodge county. C BNo 0, to prevent the^collection of illegal toll. C B No 3, for col^^lection of Revenue.
CB 13. Final passage^Ayes 4.^C B 10. Defining jurisdiction of Probate^Courts. Passed^Ayes 7.
Baggintroduced C B 16, to legalire the lo^^cation of quartz claims in Montana. Final^passage^Ay*^7, nays 0.
HJ R 3. For building of armory at Helena.^Rule suspended. Final passage^Ayes 6,^naysl.
HB4.Act to promote Agricultural, Me^^chanical and Mineral interests of Montana.^Passed^Aye; 5, nays J.
HJ R 5. Appropriating money to at^^taches. Ayes 5, nays 2.^Recess.
Davisintrodnced C B 17, concerning fines.^Rules su-penced. Final passage^Ages 5,
HB 17. Act to repeal the act to incorpo^^rate Nevada City. Passed^Ayes 6, nays L
Corumintroduced C J R 4. Appropriation^for G G Chamberlain and A C Hill. Pa^Ayes 6, nays 1.
FASHIONAMI.^ Hair Dressing and Sharing^Saloon, bridge street, Helena, Montaaa Terri^^tory. 123
Helena, .... Montana Territory,^G. JULES GERMAIN, Proprietor. 133
CARROLLA STEEL..^Forwarding Storage and Dealers in Oea^eral Merchandise.^Fori Benton, HI. T.
KEPIBY^Tjrtfayotto Morrill ,
cornerof^^JACKSON St COOVER STS.. YIRQIMIA CITY
mslargest aad saoet
Ia he Territory, with plenty ef the best oi^HIT
GRAIhFor all kinds ef Stock.
Large^fc Commodious Corrals
EASTSADDLE^^akd^^CARRIA IB HORSSS,
254Broadway, New York.
St.Joseph, - - - Missouri.
WILL.FORWARD FREIOI1T TO TUB TER-^ritories of
XTT I I
Fromtheir Warehouse;* at the tenniuus of the
U.P. RAIL ROAD, E. D.
(4doors abore the Post Office.)
WOULDrespectfully inform the citixeae of^Montana Territory, that they bare now^on hand the largest and most complete stock of
Office and Household
Furniturein the country. Having the neces^aary machinery for manufacturing, we fee^assured that we can sell
Cheaperthan any ^ other House
inthe Territory. Our Stock consists of
Bedsteads,Sofas, Chairs, Bureaus,
Wardrobes,Washstands, Center Tables, Dining^and Breakfast Tables, Office Desks, Etc., Etc.^In fact, we can manufacture
inour line of business. We are prepared to^manufacture
Sash,Doors, and Blinds
Twenty-fiTeper cent, cheaper than they can^be bought elsewhere. JB^~ A large ^ ock^constantly on han^i.~*
Coffinsmade on short Notice.
BilliardBalls Nicely Turned^Give us a Call.
141-166 Wallace Street, Virginia City.
Forrati-s, shipping; directions, etc., app'y at the^General Offices of the Coua|^any, or to
Sight^ Parker, Agents. No. 106 Washington
Street,Hoston.^George B. McCulloh, Agent, No. 40 South
5thStreet, Philadelphia.^Sidney Rice, Asrent. No 1 Burnet House Tin.^Joseph McEntire, Agent, ^^'^^^ 7:i Commercial
NtreelSt. Louis.^Henry Hargis, Agent, No. 53 Clark St. CMe'fj*^Daniels a Brown, Agents, Denver, Colorado.^George T. Clark, Ag*nt. Central City. Col,^Fisher A Cass, Agents. GoeaWCKy. Cnlorajd*^Godbe a Mitchell. Acenu Suit LakeOtty^PFOI TS ^ RUSSELL, Agent*. Virginia
City.Montana.^Daniel Corbin, Agent, Helena. Montana.^Smith A Oraeter, Agents, Baonuck and Mon^^tana Cities.
C.E. Blake, Agent, .Santa Ke. New Mexico.^Oscar Nicholson, Agent. JometkM City. Kan^^sas (present terminus U.P. K it E.D.)^O. C. BARTON, Contracting Agent. North^Platte station. Nebraska, (preseut terminus^V. P. R. R., or to
F.E. SHOUT.^137General Traveling Agent.
MMialigeit ^r tk ^ GsTtnaeit aad ApproTr* Depositor*^FOR DISBURSING OFFICERS.
EZRA MILLARD, President.^J. H. MILLARD, Cashier.
Capital$100,000. Authorized CapiUl $500,000.
THISBANK deals in Foreign and Domestic Ex^^change, (loTernment Bonds, Gold Coin, and^^takes the pnrchase of
GoldDost and Bullion a Speciality!
J.II. Millard, formerly of Allen it Millard, Bank^^ers at Virginia and Helena Cities. Montana, is now^Cashier of this Bank, and will be pleased to see^his Montana friends.147 6in
B.A. MELTON 4 JOHN B. TAYL0B
BKINOexclnsirely in the Storage and Conamis-^sien business, we will girm oar indiridaal^attsntien to receiTiag, storing and forwarding all^goods consigned to n^. We respectfully solicit the^patronage of the business men of Montana Terri^^tory. We refer, by permission, t*^Messrs. Pfonts ft Russell, Virginia City, M. T.;
J. J. Roe * Co.,
Gerham tt Pattea, ^^
Mr.John 8. Rockfellow, ^^
John H. Ming.^^
Messrs.King * Gillett, Helena City,
Gaston, Sisspson St Co., Helena City, M. T
Mr.J. R. Upson,
CaptW. H. Parkinson St Co., ^ ^ ^^Messrs. M. Brasher* St Co., Black foot City, ^^Mr. A. Beattie, Banker, St. Joseph, Mo.;^Messrs. Strode, Rabey St Co., St. Louis, Mo. ;
Dameron Brothers St Co., ^ ^^Mr. E. M. Samuel. St. Louis, Mo ;^Mr. William North. ^ ^
W.F. BART LIT,
Storageand Commission Merchant
COR.WALLACE AND VANJBUREN STS.,
KEEPSconstantly on hand a Urge aad general^assortment of the f nest
Liberaladrancfs made on Consignments.^FJ
Particularattention giren te
Aliberal share ef the public patronage respect^^fully solicited. )el3-twt
LaJies'Ice Cream Saloon.
Keptconstantly on band.^W# hare on hand and will reo#ira such goods as
CAKE ORNAMENTS, SUGAR^FLOWERS, PANORAMA EGGS^BASKETS, FANCY HEARTS^And Candy Toys ot all kinds.^Gum Drops,Cream Fondats,
Honey ^French Kisses,
Cream ^Bon Rons,
Andall kinds of large and small
Figs,Dates, Citron, Nuts,^Chocolate, Maple Sugar, Raisins, Jellies,^etc, etc. etc.
Alwaysen band at the
119 d^ tw^w
Aline lot of Foreign and Domestic
WIXES A X D CORDIALS,
Anchovies, Holland Herring,
Swissand Limburg Cheese,
Canned Chicken, Turkey^and Preserved Fruits.
Anendless rariety of
PlayingToys, Fireworks and Crackers.
tVFor getting up Hall and Wedding Suppers,^^' ar* prepared to compwte with any firm in tha^Territory.
PS**The Confectionery Department is now fitted^up so that ladies can enter without passing through^he public saloon.
WARREXIILSSEY ^fc CO.,
Denverand Central City, Colorado Ter.,
HUSSEY,DAIIEER ^V CO.,
SaltLake City, Utah,
VirginiaCity and Helena, Jtt. X.,
DRAVTEXCHANGE ON^San Francisco,
An All Parts oi Earope.
R. O. BAILEY,
NevadaCity, M. T.
(Theold Miners' Store.)
Coffee,Suf^tr, Btcon, Ten^, Syrupy^Liquors, Tobacco, Cijars,^Etc., Ktc, Etc.,
ALarge fand Well Aborted stock of F^jnii,^and
Constantlyon hand, and sold at lowest msik*^rates.
Winii 11 I'rollts
The ^Winer*' Store,^ Yet
Rememberthe Place !
Cornerof Idaho and Jackson Street*,
TIRCINIAC1TT, M. T^^J. R. CHAPIN, - - - Proprietor.
THISwell k nown Hotel lias lseen tliorotigU'r^repaired and renovated in all its departments.^A F1R8T-CI.AS8 TABLE^will be maintained, regardless of expense, nud t ;^be furnished with the chuieast TUmls the market^affords The comfort and convenience of boHnler*^and visitors will becarefi. v i^tte-:i!.-.l t .^and trustworthy waiters in constant attendance oa^the guests.\:r^
(Successorto t. X. Cowan.)
WILLLEAVE VIRGINIA CITY EVERY^MONDAY MORNING, FOE
Sterling,Willow Creek, Gallatin City,
Morse'sStore, Parsons' Ranch, Middle
Creek,Bozeman City, and Elk Grove.
Will,after 3anc \tt, carry passengers and bag^^gage, Ac, and after July 1st, the U. S. Mail.
Byclose attention to busin^^-s, the proprie^^tor hopes to merit the confidence and patron^^age of tbe public.
Bst~OflSceatJ. M. Knight's, Wallace .n.
JAMESf. TORMAN, Pro'r
May8, 1867. 142tf
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Willattend promptly to all business of a legal^nature, take depositions, administer oaths, etc., etc
|-f Invnediate attention jriven to the collection^of all claims asrainst the United States, especially^such as may arise under the reeent act of Congress^equalizing bounties. Offi^ e over the rftore of Oeo.^L. Sboup. corner Wallace and Jackson streets,^Virginia city, M. T. 136*
LSJuF. I^I AKVI O V
Cor.ofjarkson if Wallace Stm.. Virginia City, M. T.
CONSTANTLYkeeps on hand, and makes to or^der. from Native Gold, ail the latest styles at^Jewelry.
fJjrParticuUirattr-iti..!] ^^^^id n^r^ pairing Watohea
JNreturning my thanks for past patronage, I^would respectfully inform tbe public lhatlkeep^constantly ou hand tho best quality oi
LAGF.K BE EK
forsale as heretofore in quantities to suit customer!.
Ihave also refitted and refurnished any
NEVADASALOON AND BAKERY,
ialwa ts be bad the best quality of Be*^Liquo's, Cigars, Bread, Pies.Ca*e, etc.
JOHNB. FULLER,^17 DEY STREET, New York City,
Manufacturersand Dealers in
STEAMm\m MS BOILERS.
JFromX to *^.^0 If^^/ .^* Finn r.
Mostapproved Circular and Upright Saw Mills.^Grist Mills. Sugar Mills, and all kinds of Mining^and Plantation maehinery oa hand and built to^order.
VWShafting, Pullies, Leather and Rubber^Belting, and all kinds of Iron aad Wood-working^Machinery.
*1T~~ Machinery and Railway supplies in store,^and shipped at the li rest rates.^scpM-160-176
VWCollections promptly attended^Virginia City, July 4th. 1866.
OPEN^^and ^^iCSr-ECM^,^Main St., Helena.^JOS. A PPOLOHIO, Proprietor.
THEbeet the Market affords and tbe sea-
Corneroi Jackson and Wallace St
Wholesaleand Retail Grocer.
sonfurnishes, dished up to^ALL HOURS during day or night.
guestsat^^ II tf
ATTORNEYat Law, opposite.Planters'House.^Idaho street.
Tobacco,Cigars and Stationery,^also, a fixe selection
OSFAN (J V 0OOD8 A3TO TOTS.
Suitablefor Holiday presents*
Dc e r L o^leo City, M.TL^BILLY WILSON. ^ - - t Proprietor,
Alinesaloon is attached to the Bakery, and a^Club-Room, both of which are fitted up with^all the modem improvements. The purest liqu-'.s^f.nd the best brands of cigar* are served out to ciu-^tcmers. I am always jrlad to see my old friends.^who live mx.ii the other side of the mountain*,^well as those uj on this side. ^^