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The Mentana PosL
SATUORIBT ORNIrW, 330. S.
OmW AG.E S.
A. B. HAwrLox, is oea Agent at Pert Beat.s.
Ma. A. J. s8rra is our Aent at Beaneek.
J. M. Trim, 8tsuing, Hot pr Dria .
o 8S. OR5Irase, Silver C .
J. . sM. , lrer Bow.
JA~x 8YIAmr, Deer Lodge.
WoaDuwa Ce., Hell Gate.
Ageuc of Pest, 50 Bridge street, Helena.
Join r Jasne City.
W. P. ?Aum s, Gallatin City.
m. AsL.tmI, Germa. Galek.
.L H. rsAAAWTr, Highland District.
F. ORaUCU, Summit City.
CA umrS. & Co., Confederate Gulch.
L C. Jonsmon, Blaclnot.
L N. BUol, Boulder Valley.
WaWn r W. Joxme, Reynolds' City, Elk Cleo.
8I V. BALu, Beartown.
J. W. Macartrr, Roeker City.
J. . 8 Wua.wLx, St. Louis, Mo.
L. IuuPx. P a, an Praele, Cal.
awr Rmana, Argeata.
H. EuLis & Co., Leesburgh, Salmon River mes
CHAL'.CT BARBEs, Bear Oulch and
Axeos FORD, Butte City.
Goonsc M. Baoca. Beartowa, M. T.
DAvm WILson, Boreman City.
ATR I 9 . M. . 12 . I 3 P.rM.
Doe o so
219! .050 24 0 Oi4 160124 540 38 .20000
22" X 350'490 19P3240 336 670LI2.le 4 20
23, 24.100 450 C6°4.17I .~o 44o 24.1501530
24 123.892 ; 46'3 41' l "3.78 4 go1247 23.900140W
25 24.150;38e;22 ,94.130140'131" 24.100,40OI300
Mean temperature for the week, 290 47'.
Arrlvals adL Departures Du .rag .he
ol Staurr W Carerer H MBryst
W CGillett .i 8 Prie X Bir
Mr ullard G 8 Shooupe 8 Strems
D L Robtsnc Jao Maan I A Smith
Ah Hop E 8 MamraSld Chiamman
A W White H Guggenbeim W J Culle.
E M Pollinger E 8 Barry
Hon Mr Steaart Dr Weston W B Cullem
D B Jenkins J W Rhodes Ho. MrComl,
Bom Mr Corum Col N E Wood J Kemsedy
L E 8tepheason Jno Stanley W H Taylor
E M Pollingear E 8 Barry
SArrivals at the Platsers' esamma.
December 90-P Teats, Nell Campbell, Andrew
Doble, A K Eaton, E L Pratt, Chas Mos.a, Haot
priang; J B Hysell, M Tobey; G W Rockfslbow,
ey;L Soathmayde, Summit; 8 C Johbsc, Mill
December 21-E B Covely, Summit; I 8 Price,
W H Ballard, C K Simpson, C W Commeo, 8S
Star, J X Beidler, W C Gillette, Helena; A CIder,
Brandoaville; D Y Mapes, Ramsbora; E Whita
her Mill ereek; Chas St Clair, HilasId; Been H
B Coaly, city; GB Bess, Meadow creek.
December 22-0 E Randall, Raneshorn; H Arndt,
Summit, F A Kirby, Bannack; J J Hull, city ; R
C Knor. Slade's Ramh- L B Olds, Phillipebrg ;
F Fratlriek, Wm Hawthorne, Gllatin city- R K
FPldly,' Mili creek.
December 23- Leroy Southmayde, J M Fox, A
K McClure, J A Reed, Summit; John Oliver, Gal
latin; J J Thropkins, Summit; R H Haloomb.Lees
brg;, R 0 Baily, K Richmoad, Nevada; JoLb A
Smith, Deer Lodge; D L Robiason, U 8 Manseold,
R 8 Price, Helena; Theo D Maltby, Sterling; 8
Stranss, Helena: A Rascoert, Wiseaola ecreek; H
E Woed,Bannack; John M Clarksom,Jamcs Tracy,
24-P Ci(ler, 8 C Johnson, Jaken, E Whitaker,
Mill ('reek; John RBed, Chas St Clair, Highland;
O 8 Kendall, Madison; H S C(leton and lady, Mill
Dec 2S-J M Page, Madison; GW Rockfellow,
c;ty; Hon Sam Word, do; Wm Douglas, do; John
Hall, Sterling; D Y Mapes, Rame Hora, M Moore,
Beaverhead; W V Seville.
Dec 26-8 B Olds, Summit; Phil Feats, do; A J
Bailey, Mountain Home; J E BSw, city; IH
Combs: Tbhs Vinter; L Forbes. city; Joe Call, Ban
mach; J B Hysell, city.
IFrom Tuesday's Tri-Weekly.
MAsoNIC.-At a meeting of Montana
Lodge No. 2. Leid. Friday evening. December '.,
at their new Hall. the following oticers were elec
ted and appointed for the ensuing Masonic year:
J. R. Boyce. Sr. Worshipful Master; L. C. Lee.
Senior Warden; L. W. Roys, Junior Warden; J.
M. Knight. Tresurer, J R. Gilbert, Secretary.
The W. M., then appointed W. H. Chiles Senior
Deacon; S. W.. J. B. LeBeau; J. W., F R. Merk,
. Steward: J. W- J. R. Boyce, Jr., Steward: W.
M. W. H. Baily, Tyler. The Most Worshipful
Grand Master, L. W. Frary, then proceeded to in
talt the same in ample for, afterwhich, the W. M.
elect returned thanks to the Lodge for the honor
eofierrei. and expreaed his determination hith
fu!.y ard justly to meet the resposibily and dis
eharre the duties devolving upon him and express
ed the boe that not only the officer but all the
members of Montara Lodge No 2, would oo-operte
with Mm ia peMerving P it has beem rtof-r
the iMse ples of M.rory U*rwhed The
retir W. M.. and pre.nt Grand Marer made
a s a. d aplOpris address to the members
lfMa.aa lLodg o oever wbf he had, fur
tw Tas areided, a"al exall to the rst
d U~Ighet ace within tI gift of tbh Masons of
MeUtam Tbanking Montana Lodje fr the ail
wmal kiadnam be had reorived. and eorngatlat
tag them ao tbeirpre rt pre-pe.tyeemprd with
Itearly strgle f eve- a -Iterce itself; alluded
oelingly to e weakess, two yens ago, when
serer a deose eampoed its membership. and now
with pride to t present embershiUp, not only is
sumbs bt la te ehaareter composian the amo.
He rlferred with pride and pleasre to the chara
trarof tn to whom he was oommiattag Its des
akl fir the easaing year.and exps.eed ha fall me
ed e in the ability and willigura of his eaes
OMr to preerve a.etarathed the wkse timeto of
itelligent Masons during their --batae. He
said that ne-er in the bhitory ef Mma r y i Mo.
tean, did ror peace and bawrm y paiS than at
po t, and sever ad MMae y a tutur
bfor e. She rtad fsrth toay the world
madlmma d by the mars t age l all br pris
b e aty ad r The 4 = Th i eares thioe
ot were of the most pleasing aad ffrtify
ebacrtr, ad Moamana Lodge este tbe oew
year with peace sad harany prevaitang.
THzATRxiAL.-On Saturday evening
Shylock was produoed to a hirbouse, Mr. Panae
fort sustaini the charater of the used up uasr.
Although some of the ees - were well rared,
We eanot profes an extravant admiratioa or
the erthe rwdeda of the e.r . The gew
erl expresion of his eoe, we thougt, laoked that
nnalu eraftium whihe pertalns t the gold-thirty
san malif ant bodholder We eassot omit o
tiei the exit from *Urt. Besed and ared in
k owu teois, by the Judg f Pd rebuked bv
the Duke, and trented by the rsetalese Gratiuao
Mr. asneefort portrayed t*he curadeer sad o
hkelit with a u prilemivnerm ar the
persetia of adatg, aad which we ave a er
exced. Mrs. Lanfrise as JF. gave a .ee
rr ntatio of the charatw. The tril su
w prtiularly good. sad Ia bt it s the redee
lag part do what we eoomove to be a misemable
play rn epneetatio. Speakiam of this remNiad
s tat the Hala prem ha.rged thea Ia
em ywith eattinr thb piee. As it wa pro
deed ., it was the compltea actin editit of
Shyloek that diffwtarg vr atsrllla y fom the
orinal teat. The ah at i bet erely played Ia
tei eor1y, although the play emdery abrnptly
ad a r.fifssebiey with the trial *ae and the
prematmre dseovery of Peri and Nmrie Star
acto. are the most unmlatIated tyrants la the
world, and few Shyloek wil pmit a entir
cet after they have pased away a the of
the adllsee The sfterptoee c ItL ToodlekBi
waw glorlow- MEr. Laagrishe was e of the meet
tremeadom leaghable ad bharacteria Uiet
Toodle&nf that evr srbed Jfr a hausbadr reold
ed a elu.sey NMd. Pt it o again.
IN RM PL.-We have a cBmmnaaicltia
m Jadge HRe. L.- Biesm ia. eply to the rsee
aBtie oft eL lasLtars reasting him to rel
his paoitko. It is da t. dge to mta that it
was his earnest reaest It hoold opar this mera
,. ble the L.sa latumr io but ile hgt
dd not pee itt tappauMaM tt. mnite. I wi
appear in Pau ima.
RA n *uAR8awD-T t--o~s who
eecwm e ****1 r d w **** *r.
eBrt sedJ t &17 day S b wdsiof
Bat pen dieb (d WI Ib t thee who bathed I
the war.sm eslem e M t o etf y Love the
oblmpoeals o.d ba eleshed a we paused 'nr.r
is r aad greedy areh; o these who beidSed
there a erte dedicated to uPriedeip, wheks weh.
tade will ever heel devoutly when chimes the
per bas of willing meor the h theecheing
corridors time; t th wSo, e Se of ems
so hesemely symbolled the eMia labae pce
regard in the pare MeePlk r rims a gme
for or me-pnme, we eaer most iaDtest owl
edgmets ia ainerity and t~th. hoping we maul
est eur werthless by the generosity we show is
not mragiag them into medety is their proper
names pa e , for while we ame sar and seedy
"thirty,' protecting angels hever 'reund them?
they areu best "swees sinses." May Ino mosa her
viuy trasteesd . At.r wle suoch ro,..er
ing blades are mnad jsgi a Pate's smprhtal
-pose shold ema sakull carved tablets and tste
some a i r sif mast n saed or Mre ,
dost ilt a rem n him or damp Mm is a r.th fell,
O don. If a cu ling with you, lay him
gently whe.e gre m mib ay Iag above his
dal. besie some Mnneb ' murmuring waters,
and eummer s Mbd it fret rays to meae lrd the
whese a wel bled hero lies biled.
SLaoUI ATea.-The Legislature will
probably adjourn e dis to.day. The Civil Pra
tiee, Probatl and other important bills havi been
nally disposed of and approved. The itary
Bill, afterhaving ex ned it many features
not palatable to the boarbles of the Hem., west
to the Council aad was indeaitely poatpeoed. Mr.
Bagg odered a MJIMry bil of three sectios sa
about ifty words, authoriing the Governor, In ease
of apprehended Invasion, to ask the Government for
Sauthority to call out volunteers; such volunteers to
be under the same regulations as U. 8. troops- The
bill passed the Couneil. This morning, a joinat
semion s to be held to elect o.ars of the Territorial
Peritentlary. A resoluti on was Isteeduced in the
House endorsing the policy in regard to the Indian
quoestion as advocated by Col. A. K. McClure in
the tibse letter, which, as CoL MoClaee is
epebliam, will not pass, of ear.
DzL3 A m t -Tb. Democracy held a
grand Pow Wow I Tammany Hall on lAt.uday
evening. t .he eseble purpose of which was to
elect Delegates to the Natiomel Democratic Com
vention. HoB. James M. Cavasaegh, Joha P.
Bruce ad Hon. E. 8, Begg were elected. By
whabt authority the meeting was ealed, when the
delegates are to go, to, or where, was not seted.
However. it inoludes a trip to the Statee, and
should be paid for handsomely by the Democracy.
They also adopted a series of resolntions, of which
we have not yet seeured a copy, and several baue
and ponderous speeehes were made endorsing A.
Johnaoo, Ben. Butler, Thad. 8tevens and other
&ay Republicans. After the resolutions were read,
by unanimous comment Dixie was played for half
an hour. The meeting shortly aetr adjourned,
which was very easy, as there were only about
READING.-A large and highly appre
ciative audienoe assembled at the Theatre on Son
day eveninl to hear His Excellency. Governor
Smith, read, in very exeollent style, General
Meag.er's secture on " The Penalties of Public
Life," originally delivered in January, 1865.bere
the Young Mens Literary Asaccietie of Virginia.
The reading was frequently interrupted by load
bursts of applause, sad on its eoaelusioa,oa modon
of Mr. John Domegaa,a vote of thanks was heartil
rendered Governor Smith for hie kindness in read
ing the Lecture for the Catholie ,CbLrch. A
vote of thanks was also given to Mr. Langrishe for
his liberality la tendering the Theatre for the oo
osiomn, and to ray's bad whbooluateeretheir
services, gladly accepted, to furnish the elegant
musi of the evening. We do not know the
amount, but the church mst have netted a bad
some s 1.
Fox Tux.&L.-"X." arrived on Saturday
*om Hoele I. charge o Mr. Herro. held toap
ro the charge of ma.slanghter at allati.
. We mentioned the hot last week that -e
*ieft Gallatin City immedately after riving
bead. It is but due to Mr. Bern to say that he
went directly to Helena and reported to tbe author
Ites, ad has com here or tri o the change of
vaene granted by Judge Hosmer. The ease will
come up at the ensuing trm of the Uited States
Court, to commence otnext Meday. Mr. Herron
has shown no dispositlon to evade trial, and it may
be menoned as a mark of coldence seldom be
stowed uader Mech eilrcumtacem, that "X" did not
requite htm to give up his arms while conducting
him rem Belesa to Virginia.
THE BALL.-The arrangements for
the Fancy Dress Ball at Reception Hall on the
evening ofthe 27th are completed, and everything
promises a most souoeesful and happy affair. The
attendaam will perhaps be larger tha that of any
ball ever gives uder the aspices of the Masoas
fraterilty In Virginia City, but the ample prepae.
ti.o and large halls engaged will prevent an ex
esiveo crowdi.g in the dancing halL The cor
mitue of aerangmets have decided not to require
the guats to attOen in hfmy dress, that being at
their own eption. Oolwell's hoe bead will furnish
the music r the occasio.
SETTLED AT LAST.-The Legislature
has passed and the Governor approved the Probate
Aet coeferring civil Jorisdiction upon the Probate
Courts of the Territory, in accordance with the
provisions of the amendment to the Orgaiec Act of
2d of March. This will settle the vered question
of jurisdlition. The bill abolishes terms of court
in civil cases and requires only at least four days
otice o partiss dedlmdant, thereby giving a speedy
and certain remedy to all who may desire to test
and enjoy the ' intrieseles of law."
HOLIDAY Grms.-An endless and ele
gunt steok of fany variety goods, mseep.orname
tal, caroes and auniqa, has iast been opened out
sd displayedt DotgI VareJty Store, tr the
holidays emm. booL toys, ounehctionry,
oits, anything and everything from a barrel of
ptekls to a dolL The eely pleae in Virginia to
buy Holiday pressats for the children.
To Cxrrmnx--Mr. Parsons, Agent
of Wd3s, Fae & Co., inlarms a that the time
rem Virginia to Cheyesne is demrs days instead of
fmrteea, as stated I SBatusday's issue Our state
met was sed e a dispaeeh to em of oar eittisNs.
Taveers will be p od earm that we were
guilty of as n t asehood.
CKaIrTXu Eva. - We presume all
our readers are aware that Cristmas is hailed with
deslight by all dev.t Ca.hoies. mass wi he sang
at the Chba at mad~t s Christms eve, and
we are lbrmed ta e v !eoal and luasthmensal
oombiastiea eugaged r the oesl.e piom has the
Inset maus ever beaud i Mo t . We paiume
all who eeadas themselves properly will be wdl
[ree Thereasy' Tr-Weekly. ]
ADJOURNa D.-The extra session of
the Legislature of Montana adjorned at 7 p. m. on
Tuesday the 24th ilstant. and the majority of the
members will depart for their homes this morning.
While soe of the proceedings have been charac
terized by a partisanlem wholly at variance with
what, in oar opinion, should control and give char
reter to the deliberattos and enactments of a Leg
islative body; while ti our antagonistei political
relations to the body, we might have easily found
much to condem, yta iJotice it is but due to
give them the credit ohaavg labored Industrious.
ly sad acoomplished an immese amount of impor
taat business in the Aty-oe days of the two se
sione. Mr. Bagg, as Presidet of the Couacil, has
exerced the feanticas of his office with ability and
etisetion to the members Mr. Stewart, Speaker
of the Homos has reeived well-merited approba
tion for the impartial and digniled manner with
which the duties of his ofce have been dischared,
and sabsequent reveat have proven that while the
House ignored Mr. Word, whom we had thought
the most eompetent br pre.ding ofofer, their con
denee In the experiesee, integity ad impartiall
ty eMr. Stewart be not baee misplaced. During
the seesios, the behavior of the members Is the
other relation than these legislators, ha been of
that exeplary character, which, in sadnee* be it
said, cannot to ail lainas be reorded hoaestly of
legislative solos Theba re while politically we
stad at guard aeaiat he Legislature of Moutana,
we would be ann etl orr the a iform eourtesy
extended to us, peso , aa churlish in acknowl
edging deserved *emmendatirm we did not ao
oard te membe eash se all, that to which they
are justly etiled, aat hope to se them often i
SHOOTING AFFRAY.-A dispatch re
ceivd on Tuesday by X. Bettler oms CoL Neil
Howie, dated Helena, T.day, 11 a. m., says that
a ietal bhootae a.y e Jt orurred at the
Youn Amcria Hoeel in Helena. between Ricard
nrd Orr. frmrly partaes the botel Riekard
was mortay w d, ad Orr shot through the
arm Morris, a employee was also shot through
the rm. It appear that Orra ws a married ma;
had been lirtv Ina peae and eoafort with his wife
for som eiht years belure e e aCd hato part
aesah with R~ckan, Rihana. bewever, cained
tbh bedoMf Orm wife, and she lea h r hus
bend and bMs siee beea livr wth Rickard. Orr
having le the hotol. Thoemiiar with the cir
umeaes are o the opeaioa that no blame at
aches t Orr for his ooedeet i tthe aair.
TfTw ryr-T wo Tows- -The butrbers of
Virgtia bare their bsope in excellent holiday at
tire, with evergrees, fowers and ribbone. and hung
with lueious looking meats from mountain and val
ley. The display is ot so large a last year but
the quality of the meat has ever been surlased
as the atibd tlooe q# our epll ians ater dhnr,
yestrday, ladieNted ad their tongues ezpeased
The Bull's Read (1.) George Gohn, Proprieto, had
the largest amaot of beef displayed yesterday,
and his shop presented a very eleC t appearanee.
The Metrepolitam (i.) pres.ted te mat ta.teal
arreagement and maaked SAnt in aggregateamemOt.
Pleard's San Franoico (3.) eame next oa the street,
with the big porkes, and Goldticker's Ovesrjnd
(4.) last but bat not least, lapped over all comjeers
with the great beef; one in particular dressed 1,194
Ibs, and looked like the blubber of a wbale. The
Sfllowl are the amouats ia the different shop :
Beef, Veal, Mutton, Pork.
1.........9,50 , ...... , .......00,.......96t.
2 ... ......9,250......l.20a. ..........1,400,.....2,000
3 ..........9,4.50 . .... 400.........1,0' 0, ....... 45).
4 ........4,800,......975,......... .4 ,....... 1,05.
Total, 33.000, 3,220, 3,650, 4,46t,
The display ,f meats was not confined to Vigin
Ia, but Nevada bosted as fin a display as we.
" Aleck" Meel earned the prize for the mot ar
tistically dressed fat mutton and the heaviest beef
in the MadiLoo eosaty market. The attle ere
gras fed alone, t surpass in condition the fnest
grain fed stock of the 8tates.
THE MIDNIGHT MA88.-The anniver
sary of the birth of Christ was observed with im
posiag ceeioale at the Catholio Church on
Christmas Eve, the Rev. Father Van Gorp ooia
tflg and delivering appropriate counsel at the an
niversary of the most intensely interesting event in
sacred history. The ladies of the church had ex
hibited rare taste in its decoration. The handmone
ly furnished altars were decorated with a profaion
of magunifent boquets, while a festooned vim of
evergreen, sprinkled with brilliant flowers, sprng
from columns reaching from floor to ceiling, and
extended aroand the altar place. The builting
was brilliantly illuminated by chandeliers, brackets
and altar lights, and the house was crowded to its
utmost capacity by a most respectfully quiet and
attentive audience until 1:30 a. m., when the ser
vies ended. The musio wasan important featare,
the choir consisting of some twenty professimal
voralists. sustained by a combination of instruuen
tal talent rarely heard in the mountains, and was
delightfully enjoyed by the appreciative conzre
gatii. The occasion was one to be long reurmn
bered with pleasure by th-.se in attendance.
MAaoInc.-The dedication services ,f
the New Masmoiu Temple will take place atthe
T mse at 10 a. m., on Friday the 27th mad will be
pub There will undoubtedly be a large . am
nor d our ltises psmet to witness the impis
ive eremoes, and a cordial l vitation is exted
d to all Masons. Addresses will be delivered on
the occasion, by Past Grand Master J- J. Hull and
Cos. W. F. Sanders. We are also requested by
the committee of ivitations for the ball,to sanot.e
that having been usable to extend cards of ilvi
tation to all those it was designed to invite, persoes
desiring to attend, and not having received eards,
are respeotflly solicited to apply to any memibe of
the oommittee. Governor Smith, Leroy Southmade
Wm. H. Chile, 0 A Sedman, L W Roy, and W
F Beatle a. on the eommittee.
PENITENTIAY OFuICERS.-The Legis
lature elected sad the Governor has commissimed
Mr. T. B. Wade, of Lewis and Clarke county,
Wardse, sad Thos. H. Irvine, of Deer Lodge, Pil.
E. Evans. of Madison and Frank We le, oft Jeer
son, Commissioners all Democrats. s-called, for
the pnitentiry of Montanas. Dr. Mitchell of
Bafot, is appointed by the Secretary of the In
terior to superiatend the ereetion of the buildings.
UNAVOIDABLa.-Owing to the fact
that Christmas only comes once or twice a year,and
other circumstances, (hic)too numerous to be attend-4
ed to in a proper manner, and the fact that printer's
generally make a holiday about as lively ([hic] as
anybody else some important items-you bet-may
have escaped our attention, yesterday. all of which
we hope will bo kindly forgiven by our readers.
The House proceedings of the last two days will
appear a the next iese.
ROYAL AND SEL cT.-The followring
ofcers were elected in the Council of Royal aid
setect Masters. on the eveuing of the 24th instast,
and installed on Chrmtmas Day : J R Boyce, Sr.
Th Ill; H L Hoemer, Ill; F C Cornell, O M; F E W
Patton, Treasurer; J R Boyce. Jr. Secretary; John
P Henderson, Captain of Guard; L W Roys, Cn
ductor; W H Bailey, SentineL
FttA.-An alarm of fire occasioned by
he burning of a chimney near the Virginia Stable
drew a tremenduous crowd ina minute on Tuesday
morning. No damage done
NrOTICE.-To accommodate all as nearly
as possible and prevent misunderstanding or coo
fusion, notice is given that no seats are reserved
after the curtain falls at the close of the first Att.
Treasurer Peoples T'hetj e.
(From Eatnrday's Tri-Weekly.]
IN THE PAST-War correspondents
write their most acenrate aecounts after the smoke
and din of battle has subsided, and the effects ef
political campaigns are not truly and fully observa
ble until the asperities ,f conflict have been soft
ened by the emollient of relection. So are not the
delights of Christmas capable of being fu!ly record
ed until after the effeets of egg Hogg have subsided
and the headache (that comes of overtaxed mental
power) has disappeared. Boak through the misty
realms of eventy hoers, a gianes at Christmas is
Virginia conIrms an opinion frmed at the time,
but sot flly credited, that it was "jolly." That's
the word. What with a recognition of the event it
commemorates by as hour in the satstuary; a romp
with the little folks, whose partinelar Ideas of nn
limited happiness all eluster about that particular
day; the gathering of fmilies around the festal
board, where ear at least this onoe is forgotten and
the hours wear their roiest hau, as impulsive grat
Itude goe a em three iMmr.ld millions of hap
p~y hearts, ao bHiday like Christmas, sad
we are pleased to mspse all Chsteadom that the
- -" p iopla d -l t The thousand and one
f-Ulei-,s andt tdlwetns astes ofet the day are
Iaserlbd oa tha hearts of thoss who participated l
them, sad it oremains alese or as to eam them shb
ia the term, "It was a merr Chriesti," and wish
all s my I ppy retrnsa of te joyfl day.
THaTrArcr..-During the week ser
eral Sae plays have bee. produced at the theatre
tovery large anudieaes. The "Streets of New
Yor drew oexllent houses both nights of its
prestation, and was put on style sarpasslai
in s e eet aything eve before presented to a
Virfnia maditen. Mr. Whitl is setitled to great
'eit for thelrue mseerý hr thi piece,
and the properti by.r N . S.aptr aud Orifth,
were equaly deservig of commeudatio. Mr.
Iaagrishe, eer paesing good, made a decided hit
up E..ger in the tesmeot houses eem. Christmas
was a gala night at the theatre, Indeed. The
"Dream at Sea," a beautiful playing piece, with
lne eieets and silsersins, was p.edueod to exe.l
Ieat style and the eutirh compa wea new hoer
n ts repremetation. Mr. Mart sp ecially, who
is reall m r delineator of a pealiar les of
Ceeetri sar , hae d it an hi owu wa as A.e.
.oJeer, sad made asu seat. eetve sad pleaslug
a plees of iast.i as we have wittmssed in many a
day. He had the stbiaton of the highest appre
elatio of the audlence. O0 the .Il of the curtaln,
the bruritt were called hr sad applauded to the
echo It was a Cer e C. to alL On Thurs
day vealag, the " m Boy of the Pyrea. ,"
wa put p asai sad well played, but the major
ty of the hs hat use4 e e muek Chrstms to be
out L , Mr. Lagrisbe kldly losed
his theapre Is parmtilpate In the But.
wl be senedm i magnasl stylw.e th
plyl a "P ro, and the u piece will
A Norp. COUNT.-Upon the day pre
eedi C ltmas, th hi whish is bgseted by the
w l tehe et 3.. ig Distriet, was alive
with me n herei, In the open air, the hig
tmdedd arbUmm, to whom was ained the dsay
ssof l as atng ths r bu e e ery claim,
held their ... The ma m In ebre..my be
twee* Mes, Ibses asd Ward werqlo be adjusted
m eseW. W . lade, T. C . Everts and A. .
The palss er km about al Lb t were
Je Oef. a.te , ath, th weae dte a.ý
seer.-. sand a ms. ht l g tWi e d, s
shaa r aI tratus ear e rmarn
* TlegaaNi i ws otups ag the
was se, ande thpr el egd aros wo ta
No.m. wh w wmel b ee about the sub
.jec I Ted l e 'ut, the whole ruh,
shre t IMr. sse. and, as Mr. Hyde remarked.
'1e mat with the -gnet o gut te -e
meea" As oaly cue lawyer w pinsut, pre
awe hoe. The imall as 1 p the Cr
dused 1010 hed tarhl.p sal fall we knew
NOTIC:-There tolm be a meeathi of
the VUnilan Tia on to-merrow
wereI~ u ip. 210 U m~ reques" ted
te.L J. Iat I, i'nrmideat.
Bovut asaAas.-- 'le pral goes of I
at a teagent beseas ti#m ea he Foarth and
exa samiesm, .et asme ewasted, asm ot in possee
serie e eve eid etMe. Itt ms at ntome
of the ets l-bee OM 1it , wihek le inorreat
as serwa bl o . alhildly publised in the
Nerw. Thee is so appropriata made by the v
n a~b tha.t perpos The els ag of te Y lws
is asready ouameased Is this el e and unlea
somoe saesa ei peev tm, theay will be
placed at4 dto Scretaro y in book form
stie slry easetagnt thena as ever beea
deae Is ay l i te Unitd States. The
aald wanted badly smething rswl at whoe
it flondl halt with the sy .Lgpite of w we have
armiashed as oppuetusity gfared darltg the eassion.
The attack uspn Secretary Ta is unwarranted,
and we incline sta*agly to the belitthat his ofl
eilsL altoa have anwldh his mqagmlised approval
of the eitiseae of Montine ave sad except disap
pointed pr tegm of pIisgng ooaaemr
Darm LODos ITrEns.-We notice by
the Indqn ttthbe eitltn of Phillipebu h
wens to have a Ma ie ball lst evei g......The
Coemear's jury In the reseateootia atray at Bear
ews, returned the vrestl that "Jagmsb Whitber
ame to his death by a wound heor a gan or pistol
shot. supposed to be in the hands of Daniel Berry.
Berry was honorably acquitted ae preliminary ex
miatios before Justice MElroy......The lde
psded,. is an able review of the case, Oppoeee
St~e ergastaties is Metunam. It Is sroarely nec
essary to dicuass the question. These is not a -
sibility of L aecomplishment...... he Commission
er has advertied for propoasis to erect a county
RsoDPER D.-The International Hotel
was ro-opeed oa Christa Day under the pro
prietorship of His Honor. Mayor Castner, who will
herefte pero lly superintend the institution,
and make it a pleasnt ad desirable stoppiug place
for transient guests or regular boarders. The ta
bles are supplied with the besat the market affords,
the bar stocked with fine liquors and cigars, and
milee het, ever popular, will use his best exertions
to render it a first class heteL portion of the
public patronage is respectfully solicited.
Tuz CLINIlxG SCENE.-Tho Council
having altered the hour of adjorameet from 10 to
7 e'olock.om the evening of the P.l esident Bagg.
feeliag -.e facetieos inspiration of the hour, rose
as the index pointed to the mystical numerals. aud
calling the Council up, said : "Gentlemen, the hour
whleh you irave appointed for adjournment ie an
apprpriate one. It is ' o'clock-a propitious num
ber-associated with many of the most remarkable
events in sacred sad profane history. Seven years
Jacob served for Rachel, and yet seven more.
There were seven At and seven lean kine in Pha
rmsl's dream, and the number was sacred to the
prophets, patriarchs and wise men of old. The
seventh day was that on which the Great Architect
rested from his labors, and at this mystic hour your
labors are ended; but as we part let us remember
that weare enjoined to have charity for each other's
-ilngsandrfogid for venlt times seven.' You
are now adjoeured sts die."
THE MASONIC BALL.-The number of
balls, levees, receptions, soirees, and all such as
semblages is so great, follow in such rapid succes
sion. and are so uniformly pleasant that the vocab
ulary does not furnish one anything new to say of
them. The ball last evening, so far as fancy dress
was concerned, was a complete failure. The i't
dies were dressed beautifully, and the gentlemen
neatly, but we did not fancy that any of them were
intended to be fancy dresses. Well! It was bet
ter. A masquerade ball there is to be before the
winter ends, and any halfway affair would militate
egaluat it. The attendance was suaiciently large
to reeder it pleasant without excessive crowding;
the supper partly furnished by the ladies of the
city and the warmer portion by Mr. E. iH. Bartlett
of the California, was sumptuous, and we doubt if
a pleasanter ball has occurred in Muuntna this
winter., yr- I -
oR TIE STATES.-Major Bruce, our
affable and pleasant neighbor of the Democrat. de
signs leaving for the States this morning, proposin-g
to visit Washington and annihilate Cong~ss in fre
quent letters to the Deamorer. Col. A. K. McClure,
Col. W. F. Sanders, Secretary James 'Tuts, Mr
John Creighton. Capt. L. C. Lee. and ,ther worthy
gentlemen, design leaving per Overland in a few
CIVIL PRACTICE AcT.-The e~-Ta
Code, with a few changes h.J been adopted in this
Territory, and will soon be published. It excepts
from its operation all causes commenced .fo,re its
adoption. It requires all pleadings to be verified
by the party, his agent or attorney, a prrvision
important to be known to the legal friaernity and
CrotSED.-The Golden iate ('ompa
ny's Mill, Brown's (nulch, has been closed by Mr.
1'To. Connor. the engine bsving been foiod in-.sf
fticient to propel the m..,hinery. and it will he nee
i scary to procure ou of mcore power be;,ore work
can be successfully iroaeeuted.
THE LITTLE HoltsE.--'Ti', PO', i
now in the full tile of glorioul s (c'r,-o. i',lhne:
()hie and Toddy having made it their headqluarters
are always on hand to fura;sh you withi s.; rli suit
ed to the holidays, and cigars made especially for
Maximilian and sold because the owner has no fur
ther use for them.
TIHE Legislature has adjourned to
meet at the Kiyus at every favorable opportunity
REMOVAL.-J. S. Slater, Attorney at
Law, has remove Il his office to the offitce iof the As
sistant Assessor of Internal Revenue, next door
above Dr. Daems' store- dec i1t.
PROPOSALS.-Attention is called to the
advertisement of Llemteoant Cbanoe, A. C. S. at
Fort Ellis, for propcsals for flour.
RECEIVED.-Hon, James M. Cava
has the assarsace of our most disdoguished con
sideration for a supply of Democratic papers and
[From Tuesday's Tri-Weekly j
ANOTHER HOMICIDE AT BEARTOWN.
A miner named James Witcher was shot near ;he
above place on the night of Thn.-jday, the 23d inst.
by Daniel Berry. The following are the partie' -
lars, which we receive from Mr. Oeo. Montgom
ery, the expressmen. The deceased and another
man. named Jeff Dav;s also a mine.., lived toget -
er in a cabin in the gouch, a short distance below
town, and also with them lived a woman familiarly
known as the "Jeff Davis woiran." On Wednes
day night, while Davis was in town, Witcher quar
reled with her, and in the morning she started up
to bring Davis back. While on her way she was
overtaken by Daniel Berry, and she asked him to
tell Davis of the difficulty with Witcher and re
queet him to come down. Being afraid to stay in
the same crbi with Witcher. she asked Berry's
permission to stop in his until the row wrs settled.
The woman being in a "delicate" situatior J
wtsh was complied with. and Berry broight jer
bed from her former cab;n. Up to this time Wit -er
appeared on friendly terms with Berry, and they
had drank together. Afterwards he went to town
and drank a good deal ofiiquor, and on his return
commenced to abuse Berry. The latter .old
Witeher he wanted no quarrel with him, but he
pernsited and finally went back to town and
ragged of it Returning from towa, he r com
menced his abuse of Berry, and kept it up for
nearly the balance of the day. About eleven o'clock
at night the affair was brought to a focus, by
Witcher's coming to Berry's cabin and telling him
that the gulch was not large enough for both, that
either one or the other would have to die, but that
be would give him ffteen minutes to get out. Berry
was anxious to avoid a difficulty ; crossed to an
other cabin and asked advice, but not receiving
ny, started for his cabin. On coming to it he saw
Witoher in the door with his pistol cocked and ler
sled at him. Witcher asked Berry if he was
" heeled." Receiving no answer Witcher then
maid, " will yo ht me - you, will yoe
Ight r' ad dropping his arm and turning partly to
&e right, he eoatiaued, " - you, Berry, heel
yourself." Berry, believing there was no other
way to got out fthe afair, drew his pistol and
ired,. Thbebll broke Witcher's left arm, and
=. *r throogh the het, eausing almost instant
eath. Berry had an examination before Judge
Mclray. on Fiday, and was acquitted, all parties
agreing that his oundect was Jutifiable. Berry
wMs a saw mill In tL. gulch, and heretofore has
been known a a quit, peaceble man.
To RmeUx.-We learn from Captain
Demaret that the East Bannack Minig Co., of
New York City, wi; shortly commence operatios
"in, on soe of the properly owned by them in
elson gulch. Work will be resomed on the 8ho -
b led. on which there is already a shaft sunk to
the depth of seventy feet, and t will be thoroughly
tated.L Heretoere tb eenmpey ha aot met with
that suoces which was atlpated, *wing prioi
pahy we believe -o deftive maeh.iery, and it is
to be hoped tha futur operatido will be more
BOUND OVER -Barnes, arrested in
Virginia lately for tealing a hem houm Watson's
livery stable in this city, had an examination and
was bovus r av the sum of *1,000,- T-r his ap
peMraee at the next tes of the District Court.
FROM T iTS LAST OAT-By a letter
late Nersid, oft Wededas. written b the well
known Mo.tanin, i. 4l . Cop, w e tr at
th e mstemer Zephyr assivd at umsasa ater a te,
disas trip o alas weeks. The 1 Is o ate
the tt~r po.tW, Me. ith, iea st a.O .ba .
ONe hr e k esl sis ukm. ee
board, guards ad ralngs were tuar ouf by sage
ead the esvg to o eaks; ar' spanm M
riggrla shateed to piees* r brakes -0_"M
saure , em d it was maelay theeergy di w
Captala luwe that the bst was to rt
ber dseatiese. These was so eeidet o the
t'ip PFemsr. who woea dows ha o "rge Mr.
Ka ,, theL U. 8 Peatteiary at Detret, mh
his e .eae at Yalnkes. Iaoesk Trr y. The
boat was in a severe storm above Port W.o, and
Ai twedays the aier was f11& with lee. At the
time tY, letter was wdp t. eler .e mprhil or
Bseaes ad as.ived. The s of 1de Shr
mer were trsairt the b brat at. 8ally.
A er e lm peri was killed by the
anear Milk river. O beoard tek ear boat
ths was adeat, sa m les his li. No
PAINFUL ACCIDuNT.--O Wednesday
moraing last, as Mr. Richard Meyers was engaged
I., :IUS a pieoe of tmber with a wedge and
e hra,, r, a .,pes ,.- wedge boke, r and
lodged i his leg ahbI e twe s above the kae
The steel penretratad to he be, iaiLotiEg a very
palatial wooad. Dr. J. 8. Ingeol was ealled in
to atesd, and at last aeeoae the woaeded- man
was dolai very welL
I.nrTA.LLATIO.- The following offl
oers of KIng Solomoe's Lodge, A F& A , wera
imstalled on Wednesday eveer last by D B M
Joun Poter : W M, Bol 8 ; W, G Goldberg ;
J W, L Bihm; Se., H Hiersag Trees., J Loeb ;
8 D, J Hass, J D, E Emanuel; Tyler, J C S.ger;
Stewards, L Levy, W Winter.
FaoM BENToN.-On Wednesday last,
Ivr wagons, betagiag to 1. . Baker, and three
t Carroll & Steel, arrived bere, oeded with height
from the above point. The goods eoonsted prinoi
pally of articles which at present emmand the
highest prices in this market.
BoUGHT Our.-Mr. E. S. Mansfield has
purchased Kerr, Levy & Co . building on Main
street, and intends shortly to open a wholesale liq
nar and tobCoo bhouse.
To T . . aTT.-Last Friday's coach
took out Mr. Chas. W. Ceanon and Mr. C. iL. Simp
son. Both gentlemen go east on business.
(FVan Thursday's Tri-Weekly.)
THE CONCERT.--The Concert given by
Prof. 8elkrs, was, musielly considered, a bril
liant success. The selections, both vocal and in
strumental. were of the best, and if the appreci
ation of the audiese esa be judged by the aores,
the performane* on Friday evening must certainly
be c usidered as in the highest degre satishotory.
Nearly sll of the pieoes were sang and played ex
ce-dingly well. The olee Club sustained their
heretoe god reputation as artists. With more
practice they would be able to " bold -their own,"
anywhere. The ballads by Messrs Shapoott and
Steudeman, were exceedingly yell rendered, and
:he encore song of the " Sexton." by the former
gentleman, brought down the house. The piano
performance by Prof. souers and his pupil, Miss.
Gtoldman. exhibited specimens of execution hardly
thought of being heard is this Territory. Had the
theatre been thoroughly wamred. it would have
been an enjoyable entertaiament, and it is the wish
of many that it be repeated.
NEw PARTNER.-Mr. 0.0. Cullen,
has become one of the firm of Geo. W Pinney and
Co, bankers, in Helena and Blackfoot City. Mr.
C. is a young gentleman who is highly spoken of
in our bus.ness circles, and who brinag with him
the highest kind of reoommendatiounsfrom the east
ern cities. He will undoubtelly prove a valuable
aequisation to the firm.
ON IT.-A cutting scrape occurred in
the L X. L. saloon, on Bridge street, Sunday night
last- It was a close shave for the chap who was
slashed at, as the knife struck near the jegular
vein, and missed but slightly, in severing that
artery. The "euttest" was brought beftre Justice
Duke, on Monday morning, not being able to show
cause for his eccentrle behavior was uied $5 00
and costs, and in default of the "spo" was - wt
IOLIrDAYr.-Presents to relatives and
friends, being now indulged in to a great extent by
every one, we eanout but call particular attention
to the jewiry establishment of Messrs. Ba[rtos 4Co.
(late Dunlap & Co.) They have the best selee
tion of native jewelry in the Territory' Being all
of their own manufacture, and guaranteed to be an
represented, parties purchasing cannot fail to be
satisfied. Their asortment of gold and silver
watches si not to be surpassed anywhere. Give
them a call befoure it is too late.
RAN AwAY.-On Sun'ay afternoon
last, a team btlonging to Travers and Brothers'
which was hitched to a sleigh, throngh the careles
snue of the driver ran away. In their flight down
main street, one of the animals while going at full
speed, jumped into a wagon, which was standing
in front of the Walla Walla Hotel. The animal
was gotten aot of his somewhatnovel position and as
something remarkable, did net receive the slight
ARRESTED.-A man named Joe Oliger
was arrested by ocers Warield and Burmieter,
on Monday eveng ing last, for passing counterfeit
dust, The arrest was made on complaint of Mr.
Marx Reidel. The plisoner was brought before
Justice Duke, and was bound over to appear.
[From Saturday's Tri-Weekly.]
DIED.-A Chinese woman, named
something almost amproeaonable,and without any
particular meaning, died on Thursday night last,
it is said from the oootinued edects of opium and
poor whisky. The uasal ceremonies of burying
the deceased's clothes, Rer~l Inelseas, etc., took
place at the fAberal. A large member of our Celes
tial demnises attteeded,
WVATER WORKS.-A decision was ren
dered li the water case on Saturday evening last.
The decision in highly important,to a sinister way,
or rather "over the left." It gives to each of the
parties litigant the right to pay their own costs,and
debare the miners from runeing their drain ditch
within one hundred and ifty feet of the spring
claimed by the water oompeay. It is questionabie
who has got the best of a bed bargain.
SucceassFuL.-The skating rink in
Dry guloh was inaugurated on Saturday a/ernoom
last, sod the undertaking may be ceosideed as a
complete mouses. A large party of ladies and
eatlemen were in attýedaoe Our rink may,
from henceforth, be cousidered as an established
fot, and the gatherings increase from day to day.
A FIRE department is talked of, and
it is to be hoped that it will be started immediately
.- Tih school exhibition on Friday
last was a grand success, and many had to leave
unable to gain admittance.
CAVED IN.-On Friday afternoon last,
a man named Joseph Nanoarrow, was buricd In a
drift while working in a elalm below discovery is
Last Chane.o He was brought out all right after
being buried about a day.
y virtue of sa execution ssed out ofand by the
clerk of the Distric ourt, In and for Madisos
county, Motana Territory, bearing date. Dec.,
94th, A. D. 1867. I levied apon and will sell to she
ihest bidder or ash at the ost door of my
o4e onIdaho ·street in Virginia City, Madicos Co.,
M., T.. on the 15th day of January, 18, between
the bowing describ pee d y, lyinglr ad be-g
in the county ootr-w'it: lots number
twenty-two '), twenty-three (I) and twenty-bsr
(4)., n block number forty (40) acoording to the
old survery and no new seurvey; block number 97 of
Vilrgia cit, M.adiso- county. Montana Territory,
with all the buid and appurtenancees thereto be
lnging, taken nhe propert of James Gsamell,
to.u ý u uaxeuton i fvor of George H.
irgiia city, M. T., Dec. 24 1867
DA VIi MeCRANO,
w175.I78 ber Madiso Co., M. T.
Strayed or Stolem.
M Mill Creek, one arsorrel Hor, branded "
ome bay orae Male, breaded *A" en le
abolder; eme brown horse Me 1 hs high,
white spotj. t abo the a,seen a ill reek
ae th o Oetober em with two AmerIas. bay
the abov dsr stock, orWa as g s
to the dersiged. will be liberelly rewared
te.er, 1867. Also, enu. Blale Ox with a
horns about Ave years eld, ame Ot. 1t, 1 .
Owne have the mame by piena p ye,-
and175y178Mdow C k.
Letters remalh g unclaimed in the Pot
Virginia Oity. Mptmaa Territory, Dec. 2d, j.-p7
A.lea Chss H AndemroA MrsCAArmstroug 1i
Asher Sam Aae J L
aber P~er ares E T Bell Simeoa
Bishop J Beas on Smith Boyd G W
Brenemes D J Browne W B BroaWg MCrs
Brown CJ Brooks Pettry Breneuu j W
Bismieh R P
Calif Frank Caldwell J C Carhill Ge
Caribo GOtvS Chambers 8 C Chand!er H
C.ade Sam Corkwell Ja Crowell H C
Crltehleld t Carrie J O Crawford W
Davis OR Davis Gio Dover N B
Dickman H Dickson D Dunton N B
Durstoe 3d Dense Rd
Ells Odin labo. z 8 Edwards W .
Forsythe J B Flear M Fy. Pat
French E M
Galahaa H J Gentry B Garth H A
leasoon M Gibbs Sam Girard Jos
Hamilton W P Ham (Go Hall Jan & p
Hamiltoo a O Harland Joo Hitchcock g
Hopkins A B Howard J K Houser Mary
Howe Joo E Huffman Sol Hyde Cyrus
Hyland T U
Ioeton Joseph Ingra.u Rufus H
Jameson H Johbnsn T Jones C B
Johnson H J.
Keith W H Kelly H L Kennerly II A
Kissinger J L Kiser A B
Lee Henrietta Liggett Geo Loyd David
MeKensie 80 B McCulloaugh J 8 MeAllister The
MoLarsa D MoNett D R
Mache. H Mitchell Jas Miller G B
Mitchel W J Moon J D Mare M L De
Moore W L Mordock W
Newdell J S OYBrien W Ott Jno
Peodarvl J 8 Peters Y H Page Geo Z
Perry Sam Parkisoa W L Pitcher Sarah
Piokrell E Pickens John Pulver (eo
Priday Miss J
Rennie G W Redich W F Reeder Chas Y
Ray W M Miedy M Reafrey T
Ray Wm Riddle A L Root F
Roes lBoald Roqgn Peter kyau CaptW AC
Rust H Ryan W A
Smith M Smith B F Smid Jno
Schwarls Chas anford W M S.unders r I
Scbumaker F Simmonds D Shoutz Jno
Shipp E A Spencer F Snyder Wmn
Stapleton J L Stapleton Miss Sterling Asa
Taylor W Taylor H Tinsley Mrs MY
Vener B.e Van Schoyver E Vannankin N
Vanderlip Mrs E Valentine D F
Underwood J J Udg Wm
Watson Joo M Ward J L Walton W B
Welsh M Webber Wm Whalse Mii M
Wheeler J F Williams E.N Wootlworh A J
Wight J B Woodworth MissWright W 8
Woodworth Miss A E
JAMlE GIBSON. P. W.
Orrics A. C. S.,
FOR? ELLI., 31. T,
December 17, 1867.
S EALED proposals ic duplicate will be re
ceived at this office until 12 o'clock i.,
Wednesday, January the 15th. 1868 for far
niching the United States Suabistence B1pi
Three hundred seventy-two thousand ars
four hundred (372,400) pounds ot fresh gronI
extra ground flour.
98,000 lbs, to be delivered at For Elli
156,800 Ibs, to be delivered at Fort Shea
117,600 lbs, to be delivered at Camp Cools,
The flour to be of the best quality made ,
the Territory and put up either in good.stroeg
new flour sacks or barrels auddelivered in Ja*
or July, 18868.
Separate beds will be received for each pa"
and bidders may bid for the whole or a p1
of theamount required, but no bid for a lc
amount than fifty barrels will be consideru
Bidders, will state the price per barrel a
sack of 100 pounds, and the brand mast as
be given. One pound of each lot of .-e
ofered must be presented with the proposli
a sample.operly marked with the namen
the bidder, etc.
Proposals mst be plainly signed by 0
prati thrmnslveI enclosed in a sealed .-.
loe ndorsed, "ropoaIls for Flour"
l bid, to wemre cosideration,mast c
tarl a written guarantee of two respoaeik
pe~aom, to the efect that sheoud the prop.
sties be accepted, the party making the bd
will at oace enter into a contract in accod
soce therewith, and that they are prepared
become the securities, giving good and msd
clent bonds for its fualllment. Before s
eptauc, the Sour will be inspected by
legal inspector at the expense of the paru
furnihing t. if the services of such an ode
can be obtained.
Payments to be made as soon as the lot c*
tracted for i delivered and accepted, if fat
are on band, if mone on hand, a sooe Ms 1
Bidders are requested to be present to mv
po.4 to their bid, and the party to whom a
asd is made meat be prepared to aecaa
the eostract at mnes and give the req-d
Bods to the amount of half the valad
the four will berequired.
The n t to reject any or all bids thatI .s
Dy oder of
B'vt Ileut. Col. J. H. GILMAN,
apt. C. 8., Chief C .
_. Cg1 . t of Dk.
J. C. Ideut, 1 Int., A. C. 8
HRLXEOLDB8 JLUID EXT3AC
Is s ertta eusor dhm. ef t.e
Bladder, Xidnepa, Gravel, Th
Organic W.Gkne*., Fsmale Coif
Yale or Femae.
br. W asevrme edlnwting sd no
Hte Long GkanMi
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