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THEANACONDA STANDARD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18. 1889.
^PORT TOWNSEND, WHSH. f
TheCity tliat Butte Capitalists Have
adeMoney in the
Wehave Well Selected Tracts of Acreage Suitable for Platting.^Anyone Wishing Information or to Join Syndiactes Mow IBeing^Formed, Should Call on us at the McUermott Motel, Butte.
WillRemain Until Friday Morning. SISELY ^ BELL, REKSr
TOSENATE AND HOUSE
Cam/inao*/ frttm p*ir^t I'mjr.
public-iM 111 lt-i 1 ^in tioliliiiK it rant fill^pin- as a imiti rattle ratitft' for tin- ownim^^^f l.irni' lia^rals of is t nek. I'iioii tin' con-^tntry, it will be a ul.nl day for Montana^when Iik^m^ immense In ants urt' hroki n^up anal Hit- stock int4-rt'htM hIiiiII lie alivkIi-^I^among tli)' IMMmn ^^^ MMiitll lots. I Ins^will insure their pro|M-r fi-oilim* MM^tslia-lta-r, an.I furnish cliiployma-llt to lurtfu
IIIIIIiIhTs of |M l-olis who lllllst also In
Iirov11 I.-^1 witli tin* in-ca-ssaricH of life, all^of which will Im* a-onchicivc of 11 more^nauia-ral prata*|H.rity to the Mute. I then'fort^^slimiest, that you me nmriulica* a-onuri'ss to^Itivi' all possible it.it! ill die ncheiiic of the^tlin-clorof the i/coloifical ^'irvey, looking^to the reclamation fif our ^lcH^-rl lands liy^a svsti iii of sjovt*rt l mental irrigation hy^means of nuservoirx, tlamn, etc.
TheMJUiWHM of corporation* to^carry ^^n large a-nta-rprisos in this ami^t^tber HtatoH, the tla'tra*lontllctit of our ra^-^Hourccs, ami the carrying forward of pro-^jectK for the pulilic k^mmI ill many in-^^ilitnccM are of Mich in.ignitu lo anil reapiire^an outlay of hiicIi largawtm units of money^that private capital cannot Im- induced to^a-uiltark ill them. The law should provide^for the incor|m^ratioii of such, hut I eoii-^demil .is hail legislation the existim; stat^^ute, inherited from tin- territory, which^ix rmits every character atf hllsiua'ss all I^indllHtry Mi Itct-aima* the Kiihject aif all in-^t'or|M^n^tion, wherein- tin* liahility of the^i-tockholder is limited. No one hut a cred^^itor is entitled to see the hooks of the cor^^poration, and hence a imtiou ala-nling with^Hii-li it concern in the lir-t instance, is at^u alisaal vantage. I rocatmmctld the modi^^fication of t^s.istiiig laws ho that a-atr|m^ra-^tioiiH may he formed for the follow inn^anil such other purposes as may If con-^isidered proper ami which shall Im' sp^-eill-^cally provided for, anil no other. |Tlic^message licra' enumerates till classes of^priHMiMKl ^^orporatians. I
Thesiicceedinif paragraphs in the mca-^sagf ra-latc to terms of tilt* supreme^court, expressing tlu- opinion that the^iiuiiiImt of hum should Im^ four,^that the fa-cs allowed the i-lerk of^the court should Im- revised, paid into the^treasury anil the clerk Im- paid it salary.^The work of the code eoiimiission is then^reviewed, with the recommendation that^the commission In* given longer time to^complete the work. The gaiva-rnor points^out the im|m^rtatiee of making early pro^^vision for the hurcati of lalsu- ami indus^^try ami suggests that spa-a^aly provision Im*^made for organizing the hoard of pardons.^HMM \T 10N.
ThecoiiHtitutioii giva-s the legislature^power to 1 inict Hiiitahle reuistratloll laws.^The schedule annexed to the constitution^provides for a-tHitinuiiig in force all laws^of the territory not inconsistent with the^foiiMtitulimi, or the constitution and laws^of the I'liita-al States. Uy tins the rct;istra-^tion law MMM hy the last territorial^logisl.it'im' Immoiih s a part of our slate^statutes. While the Ici/islutura- Ml|kl to^throw around the hallot every s.ifcgu.aral^against fi and and rc|m'ating, ami a proper^registration l;aw is conducive to this end,^the present system ovcrshiMits the mark^ami o|m'rates to ahsf rum-hisi* many g^m^al^citizens of this slate whose votes are cn-^titlcd to l^ cast and counted. In my^opinion no registration should Im- reipiui-d^ith a condition precedent' to voting in re-^1111111' and sparsely settled ^'tmumiiiities.^The facilities for tralis|Mirtation are ill-^ailctpiatc in sin li section* of the^country, and those aliordcd are ex|m'tisivc^and ofteti iM'yond the means of voters.^Mountain ralitres are HometimcH rcipurcd^to Im* envtiMsil and the distance retpiiicd to^Im* traveltnl has Ix-a-u show n to Im* ill some^instances us much as a liiiinlnil niih-s,^and not infraspieii tly from twelve to^twenty miles. The result of this is that^the ranchman, the slock herder and the^|inis|Hs tor, who form a large per cent, of^our |Mtpiilatia^u, and who are generally^im|M'cuiiious and unable to Is-ar the luir-^dcll of such an ex|M'l|si' ami Iohk of time^ah the pr**4m'iit Hystem na-a-cssarily entailn,^are t*om|m*llcd to reiiiaui at home, and an'^therel^y disfram -hisa ^l on election day. To^obviate this wrotitc MMM to the citi/eu, I^ret-oiutucnd that the present registration^law be so amended that registration shall^not Im* required except in incorporated^towns and citien. It ih hi the latter places,^the centrist, of population, when- law^^breakers ami mail factors eoti|rr^*t;at^^ and^repst-utiiitc and fraud an- practise!I, ami^not in remote precincts where every man^knows Ilia iiciifhlior and a stranger is at^of ice observed. I Im lieve that it is all un^^due and unnecessary burden on the citi-^^en to mtfttire him to register every tune^then iu ^ general tdectiou. Having once^retjtistcrtsd that ought to Im- HullU'lent for^at I* a*-t nix yearn. 1 therefore recommend^such niodilteatioiiK of existing laws as will^remedy thin evil.
mJKITVok THK BAI.UIT.^The last territorial legislature inaug^^urated a lutllot reform that is worthy of^note. WTiile the Australian system of vo^^ting as a whole d.-cs not conic up to pub^^lic cx|m-etation, it in liovcrtheless u dc|^ar-^liirc ill the right d.i .-ctioll, anil its general^acceptance hy the |m ^^ple with Home iihmIi-^!l^ atioiis, in my opinion is assur.^l.^There mIxmiIiI Im- no al^ateiin-nt of public^interests in legislation designed to secure^and perpetuate tile purity of tip - halh t.^The prsj-sent law would Is- just as eff ective^a*- it wan (UuHfiMxl to Im- if instead of prinl-
iugthe names of all of the candidates on^one ticket, their names should In* on sepa^^rate tickets representing the party whose^political principals they avowed, and^which might Im* taken into the voting^place by tin- voters. I recommend thin^iinshflcitioii in the law. The present sys^^tem is tantamount to an educational apial-^ilicatioii on the MM band, or a complete^MiMM upon the other to a judge of^election, who ill many cases is iucoui-^-m-tciit and iu some cases venal. The^time is t^m^ short to point out the many^imperfections of a law which was well^tried, hut w hu ll to the most casual ol^-^s.-rver iu the light of observation and^actual cx|m'rioiicc, has liecn tlemoiiHtrateal^to Im- very crude. If this system can Im^^siuiplilied and at the same time preserve^its essential ipialities, iu my npininil it^will populari/c poUMM and in the^MM seciiri. the most |^erfeot rellea ^^MM of the popular will of any system ever^iiiaiiginateil. It stimulates courage ill the^dc|m'lldcut to vote in . 'on 1 i ng to liis eou-^s^-i*'iK*ioiis convictions, and HMV all it^strikes savagely at the method of machine^politics ami promises its complete annihi^^lation. In other words, Kiumlilicd ami^properly guarded, it secures to the voter^the largest freedom of thought, independ^^ence ol action ami MMM of judgment of^any system which has ever obtained to my^know ledge. If our institutions arc to en^^dure, and the honor, integrity ami pros-^|m'i*ity of the slate are to continue to Im*^the hope and anchor of the citizen, the^Voice of the people expressed at the poll-^without himleraiice or intimidation must^Im- sedulously guarded ami maintained at^all hazards. 1 lie tM)MM of MMI charged^w Ith tile res|sillsibdlty of declaring till' II -^: lit of an ^^lection should be made ho ex^^plicit and th^- punishment for misconduct^made ho severe that th^* temptation for^venal treachery at vital points will Im- for^^ever MMM I call your attention to^the unusual and MMMWf MMMMM iu^tlu- matter of printing which the present^election law entailn upon the people. It^should Im- framed to meet only necessary^and proper cx|m-iihch.
CONSTITUTIONAL.A M KM prtttTCN T.
CMMMBUaof the fact that the eoiiatitu-^tioual convention which formulated and^adopteil our eoiistitutiou coimiiitted a^grievous mistake in providing for the ap-^portioiuneiit and repretMMilatioil of nciia-^tors, hy which population, the only just^basis of representation under our form of^government, was wholly ignored, 1 call^U|M^|| the legislative assembly at the first^opportunity to provide for the early sult-^mission of a constitutional amendment^whereby this inetpiality may Im- speedily^corrected.
Kcgardiiigthe expenses of the constitu^^tional convention, the message itemizes^bills amounting to Jvs,ti^ii,.(^i, recommend^^ing that they Im- paid hy the state and^coiigrcsH Im* memorialized to make the^the same good.
Till:t-Ot llT in sil.VKH 1M^W i'lll'STY.^Tin- most unseemly condition of affairs^exists iu Silver How county. Two persons^are assuming to act as judges of the dis^^trict court iu that county, tine has Im--^IuiiiI him the decision of a court of coiu-^|h-tcnt jurisdiction establishing his right^to the oil lee. The other has tile cert ideate^of the late governor of the territory.^PMmMmJ this controversy, litigants are^without the tribvnals for the settlement^of their grievances; the estates of de-^ceascil peraoiitf an' jeopardised, business^generally is in a state of siis|m uded ani^^mation ami the courts an- bnuight into^contempt. The case iu which the rights^of the rcs|m-^ tive claimants an- involved^is now on ap|h-al to the supn me court, it^having la-en dt-eitled that no stay of pro^^ceedings was allowed. From what lias^In-en said hen-tofon- you will oltnerve that^1 assume that legislation is rtHpiin-d^living the terms of the supreme^court iM-forc the next case can^ts- ultimately ilis|m^sed of. This situ^^ation of all.urs is of serious MMI^to the MMM of Silver How county iu^particular and to the people of the entire^stale in general, and I may add that it in,^or ought to Im-, humiliating to the pride of^every citizen of this state. I n-coinuieml^that provision Im- made for holding a term^of the supreme court at the earliest prac^^ticable time iu onler that this matter may^Im- speedily and filially determined. The^l^owcr committed to your hands involves^a sacred trust. The manlier ill which it is^exercised will invite public approval or^condemnation. At no time since our ter^^ritorial organization has there heen siieli^a large liumlM-r of citizens who vote inde-^Is-mleiitly of party alfHiatioim. The judg^^ment of these is stern and nevere: a wise^MNMi th^'n'f^^n-, of this power l^y the^exectilivt- anil legislative branches of the^govermiieiit will invite public ^-oiifldene^-^anil furnish cause foreoiigratulntioii u|miii^our assumption of the new and well tit-^ting dignity of statehood. Whenever, for^supposed |M^litical advantages, the honor,^the MMM ami the glory of the stale is^prostituted to partisan ends,the inevitable^penalty will Im- the destruction of popular^confidence ami disaster at the polls
m'ALiHouarH or rkpickkkntativkh.
TwoIkmIU-h MM Hitting, each claiming^to Im- the legal house of n-nn-scntati Veit;^otic assembled is sitting ill tin- placelll-s^g-^liuted by th^- ^-x^-cutivc for that pur|s^se,^the other assembl.'d in a place designated^by the slat.'auditor and is now Milting iu^another place of itn own clusvnmg. This^eomlition of affairn has prevail, il for^more than thn't- *is k^. It was hut^ of^impulse: passion has hail time to c^m^I and^returning n-itMoii ought to assert itself. It^in high tunc p.-r-onal amhitioiis should Im-
siibordiiiati'dto patntlisni and the wheels^of government bo pMMtHMd to roll. It is^to Im- regn-tted that the body wningfully^assuming to Im. the house of represent.i-^tives and who met ill the place ilesiglin.i il^hy the auditor, mishitc rpn-ti-d the^proclamation of the executive^an well antilt-letter of
instructionto Captain Smith, an claimed^by the report adopted ami promulgated^by its committee. Fully appreciating tin-^wise distinction between the executive,^and the legislative departments ^^f the^goveruiiK'iit, ami the inih-in- leiice of^^ -ai-li as contemplated by the eo.lstitulion,^ami desiring to Im- fairly cousUlered by^my countrymeti, honor bids me forget^pride ami admonishes me not to conclude^this message without putting on perpptUMl^n-conl a nolciuu ami public refutation of^the charge ^that the governor, hy his^pr^m'lamation or otherwise, at the time it^was issued, or nuy other time, erer in-^tetided to Interfere with the right of any^person claiming to Im- a uicmlM-r of the^house of rcprcnciitativea to his scat.^ or^'^ that it was tin- intention of the governor^to conceal the said instructions to tin* said^John Smith until after the temporary or^^ganization of the house of n-pn-setltat. ves^aud by virtue of his eoiitr .1 of the rooM^I i which the |m-oph^'n repn-sauitativcs were^to ansi'inbli- to tlictata- who should enter^then-ill.'^ While thceoiistitution pnivides^^that the supreme executive |kiwit of the^state shall Im- vented in the governor. Mho^shall see that the laws are faithfully exe^^cuted,^ no authority was ever assumed^eseept to ^declare tin- law^ iu the Iio|m-^that those persons who had the pmpcr^certillcatcs of cU-ctioii would advise those^who did not to refrain from participation^ill the organization of the house. The^facts disclosed iu the pnM-lainatioii jimti-^lh-d the executive at that time ill the hope^that such a course would Im- pursued, but^no intimation wan ever given that fon-e^w ould Im- employed to that end. In the^light of the past it in |m^ssiblc that the^language of the pnM-lamatiou may I tare^led some honest men to lM-lievc that the^executive was wrongfully ciicroaching^ii|m^ii the legislative branch of the govern^^ment, but coiiscicMlH of the fact that no^Htich pur|MMte wan iiitendetl, I call upon^these recalcitrant ineiitherH who claim to^have Im-i-ii misled hy the governor, tat^stand not upon a matter of punctillio in^the pn-sa-ncc of such tlm-ateiiing danger^to the Mtate, hut tat join with their col^^leagues in tin- transaction of the public^husim-Ms.
t^f course then- call Imp hut one house of^n-pn-sa-ntatives. Nat legislation call lie^had until that point in taettleal anal aeuui-^csa-ed ill hy the senate and executive. Let^us hope that your wisdom may provide a^h|m-edy and satinfaa-tory solution of the^|M^liilingdilllcultieM. Kvery i-oiisiilerittion^deiii.mils an amicable adjustment, if Much^a thing ^M possible, ami I earnestly hope^for MMM a n-stdt. Hut am important an^this session has Imm-ii shown to Im- it in^better that it should lapse anal anal all^legislation fail than that the principles^MMM which our ijovcmnieilt is founded^should Im- treated a- a mere a-ommodity tat^be exa-hailga-al aal libitum ta^ pnilliote the^aspirations of MMI for adlla-a-. I tha-n-fa^n-^hop^- that in all of your negotiations look-^hie; to the settlement aif this perplexing^apia-atioti you will have nn ^eye singh- anal^a warm devattetl In-art^ for what, in your^hi-st juilgmeiit. yam consider to Im- the true^inta-ra-st of your a-aiuntry. Wh.eu thin in^dona'our elTorts to serve the state wisely^ami well will be crowncal with MMMtl^the burthens of taxation will, let us haipe,^Im- mitigated ; justice will be |m-aa-cfully^enthroned in the temple now claimed by^contending jualga-s; the fruition of our^ho|m' of stata-hiMMl will, in a meaMiire. Im-^^MjuyMI anil gova-rtimeiit will Im- felt, if ttt^all. most in its 1 .euellts and least in its n-^^trainta.
,llS. K. TtMll.K, BtMMfMMh
Kr.wYttttK. I^ee. 17.- The All-Anteri-^cans' ns'epiioti was a brilliant all^ nr. Fif^^teen hundred guests wen- pn-sent. Hon.^Joscpli H. C*hoamte wait chnirmnii and^among the notabh's prt-Keut wa-n^ Sear-^n-t.try Hlaine, t'hauua-ey I^epew, cx-tiatv-^ernatr Cornell, John Jay, Sea-n-tary^Trneey, J. I*. Huutiiigtatn, Warna-r Miller,^Sa-nators Kvartn anal HiMCaM-k, Amlrow^t'ariu-gic, William W. Antatr, Henry Vil-^lanl anal William K^M-kefeller. The aliplo-^matic sa-rvii-a-, clergy, army anal navy and^leading a-lubs wa-n- also well repn-na-uted.^Afta-r supper dam-illg wan Is-guii and kept^up until a late hour.
MetiitMria ttf the t'lan Mutt tio.^Ctlla-a^l^^, I^a-e. 17. l^tectiveH John^Stift anal M. J. UMtMkI Patmlmcn Kesil-^niaiiul anal Mt-lliitiiikl, what testified In^favor aif Daniel ('oughtin in the rafont^Cnmiti trial, receivetl na^tica^ aif dismissal^tat-alay from the fon-t^, ^Por conduct unhe-^a-omiiig an olllecr anal for neglect of
|duty.^ ^Thin is only a iM'ginuing of n--
Imovals,^ said an official to-day, ^anal^from thin lima- on you can ItMik out fair the
|nun ^val of Clan Nn tiael men anal their
Ollva-rim llMrlMiaar i^,-m,I.
I Sakatimia. I^a-a-. 17. -Oliver L. HaxrlnMir,^a famous compiler atf law n-ports anal all^I authority on the same, alia-al this cva-nillg.^I aga al 7!^.
RtM-HMTKH,Dec. 17.^ A tlioUMiial coal^| ntina rs at the Walstoti and Adrioll milieu^[ atruck this morning.
The Finest Establishment in^the Northwest.
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry^and Silverwear.
DAVEGOLDBERG.^12 Main St., Butte, Mont.
Capital(paid in) - $500,000^Surplus, - - - $100,000
I..^i. rilKM'SVia-as.|^rt-s. anal Act. t'tualiii-r
S.K. ATKINSONAssistant ^ aslii.-r.
A.is. Clarke,Herman t IM
II.V. tlala-n,IVta-r Ijtriaoii,
C.W. cannon.K. V. Wallitce,
s.c.Atthhy,It. A. Cory.
H.V. I A it A III R^.
WWT\N K E R S.
rtoa (ieneral ItanklnK ltusiiii'ss anal Draw Kx-^cliituge on all tlia* rrini-i|^al Citii-H of the Watrlal.^Huy Oohl Hunt, Col.l Ham, Silver Itnllloii anal^County Warrants. CaiUa-a-lion* pnimptly attcml-^a*al tat. Corre^i|M^iiitent^i: First National Hank,^New York: Hank of HrltlHli North America,^Montreal: Continental National Hank, Chicago:^Umaliit National H.-uik, Omaha: McCormlck ^i^Co., Salt Utkc; First National Hank, San Fran^rlseat.
D.B. Bl RR AN.
AKI WAtiON SIIOI*.^All i-lasse* atf na-w a-arrliage anal witgnn wimmI-^work MfMM promptly anal In the nest man^ner. Hirritn |^a^s K|x-cial attention to hur-efliaie-^Iiik. All kinds nf maiiiina-ry re|^airtiig will M^^ccive hid perttuoal su|h-i\ ision.
A.M., M. D.,
PracticalPhysician and Surgeon
COKNKllMAIN ANI^ HKOAIIWAT,^HI TTK CITV,
Over.1. K. Boyie'^ Store, Itis 7 anal t,
Win-rehe maale an enviable rcpiitation In hto^^|M'. ialt^. I'rivate, i luonlc, anil nervous aiiat-^easi'Kof men ami women, whether a-aiiMil hy nn^prtnleuce, eveins or catutauion, Hciiitnal weak^^ness, night losses, si'Ml.tl alehility, loss of sexual^^ Hiwer, nervous aleltilltv, IiIimhI allMorilers, etc.^Curable eases warranteil to cure In a very short^tlineur money refuualeal. Kcceiit rtasen in a few^alays. Charges low, os|h-eially 10 iiic isi.ii-. I'rce treatment on Frnlavs a'l atiseascs of men anal^women. Th^- ilis-tor lias ilevoteal Ills life to this oue s|s-i'ialty, ami his nrolleieiiey is attcstcal l^y that^thiHisamls who have Ih-i ii cmeal, Ktiecessfiilly treateal l^y my new liietliiNl, without tha- use of mer^^cury. The iliM'tor cures where others fail. Try him. l^r. S.-linlt/ will make no el large unless he^effects a cure.
Personsat a ilistanea- ctirisj at home. All eoininiinii'atious strictly a-onllilential. s.-ml for trial^treatment.
SI'KCIVI. IT KS Hiseases of the kulllt-ys. liver, lunxs, rlH-iimatlsm anil all eruptive itlseasass of m^private nature. Iiimurs, eanecrs Mid a-rupllve fevers |ierullar to lioth males anil females: also erup^^tive fevers, BUa-h as s-arh-t, tvphnlit ami spotted diphtheria. Satisfaction giiarantee.l.
ItIAI ^ THIS TWTCF-. Vully one eighth of (he sum total aif human suffering is eaused by^venereal excesses, diseases and llieir results.
Thewonderful Htissiau New Kellleilv is the Ix-st and surest of all medicines for resto ring strength,^ambition and vigor in those who suffer fioni all private, chronic and nervous diseases, such as Mooaf^ami skin diseases, syphilis, na-rofilliis, favour., erysipelas, salt rheum, |m-lilphigus, psoriasis, etc., aud^all impiiril ics of the IiIimkI causing eruptions, pimples, blotches, falling out of the hair. eta-.
I'rivate alls ascs gonoi i luca, gla-a-t. stricture, kidney anal Idaalaler trouble , cystisis, and all the^sad effects of youthful follies and excesses, which so mint men for business or pleasure.
Thewonderful success of till* new remedy depends upon the fact that it supplies an element^which is found wanting iu the blood of weak men.
IM.schult/ will forfeit for any ease taken under his new remedy which he fails tai rum. Katv^nii'iiihcr that this is not a patent mealiclne. A written gu irantee to refund the money if it dotts aaM^effect a cure. Na-w ra-inealy for piles without the use of poison or mercury.
officehours from ^ A. M. to 3 1'. M.. ft 1'. M. to s :m V. M.
THEROCKY FORK COAL COMPANY
Isnow Prepared to Deliver Coal from its
WINESKT RED LODGE
Toconsumers in this city. Foi domestic and steam purposes^Hocky Fork Coal has no superior in this market. It lights readily,^makes hot fire and leaves little ash. Try it.
PrincipalOffice: Room 25, Pittsburg; Block, Helena.
GilchriatBros. A Kiljrar, Ha lcna.
K.Ls lionnt-r A Co., Da-a-r Lraliri-.
TheMina't-n' Lumhi-r Commii)', Muttc,
^.E. MilliH, Park City.
HtiMliaA l)aila-y. Biir TiiulMir.
L.S. HatllitT, Hoieinan.
Esta-sA Connell Company, AnaronaU.
Gam.T. Young, Livinanton.
W.H. Whit*^. Stillwater.
Havingpurcliatunl the luiftiiieits formerly concluetoal hy James MeXulty Im now^pa real to furnish his cuntonieni with the flna-st brancla of
Domestic,Imported and Key We^* Cigars
Tobe found in the city.
Freahand choice. ^ well aaasorteal stock of STATIONERY.
JOS.F. MURRAY, - - Main Street. Anaconda.
MONTANALUMBER n PRODUCE CO.,
Lumber,Lath, Shingles, Doors, Windows and Mouldings.
Wholesaleand Retail Dealers in Hay, Grain, Feed, and Hard and Soft Coal.^Agents Continental Oil Company. We carry in Stock a Full Line ot
BainSt Mitchell Whcons.
fromQUARTZ GEARS to lift-nt SPRING WAGONS. Also CLARK, PERRY, STUDEBAKER and
STANDARDBUGGIES AND CARRIAGES.
andm full line of ROAD CARTS of heat makes.
GardeuCity, Clipper and ^ Hivt-r Chilled PtWwIJ.
Afull line of IVten*' anil Maarley Itraxt. Concatrd Murncso.
Smith,\Va^riliin^jtaiii A Co.'n t arriua/a-, Iliifnry anal Trnek Harness.
SaalalleH,Whi|itt, RaMSM anal liilHta rs aiiili virjilcni; | ertauiitiaj to this,^all ami look through our stock, it ut complete iu ull tile ililfereut tinea, anal we defy eonijx-titiatii.
T. CARROLL., Mtntgw