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+ PORT TOWlNSEND, WZHSH. +
The City that Butte Capitalists Have Made Money in the
Past Few Months.
We have e/ll Selected Tracts of Acreage Suitlable for Platting.
Anyone Wishing Information or to Joit Syndiactes Now BeLing
Formed Should Call on us at the McDermott Hotel, Butte.
W/ill Remain Untilz Friday Mornzzg. S IS ELY & BELL, REAL FSTATEND.BROKERS
TO SENATE AND HOUSE
Enaee diM froum Mvrs Page.
public ils Iter(ated in holling a vast ecnl
pre as a mere cattle ranget for She owners
otla herds of stork. Ufpon the con
trar, it will tra glad day for Montana
when ease L mmensee he ards are broken
up and the stodk interests shall be divikked
amon the ranchb en n small lota. This
will ansu thleir proper feeding and
shelter. and furnish enplom~ynnt to larje
numhers of person w mho uust alum 1r
provided with the naocsarle. of life, all
of whkih will be condlucive of a moo e
general prosperity to tlw state. I therefore
suggest, that you mnaenumrialiso conagess to
live all possile akid in stne schemeu of time
lof the geological survey, lSukiseg
to the rnudaunatkm o0f ar desert lands by
a systemr of gIovernnwntal rrigation by
means of reservoirs, dame, etc.
The orgt.nisatiom of corporations to
carry on lare entrprlwim in thii aind
other tevtatesu elous.llent of our re
oumlce, and tlh carrying forward of pro
jects for tIe public good in sunnay in
stances are of such magnitude and require
an outlay of such large snam tont of Ill.sney
that private capital cammnot ie ilidesuaed to
embark in them. TIhe law should prwvkki
for the Ineorpmurwtiln of much. but I tosl
demn as .adl siallatllua he existinagr tat
uts inherlitedtan the territory. wllk-h
permits Avery character of hu.missl*me 'I
utdrny o become the mhsutbet of at its
e. whereby the liability of the
stockholder i limited. No one tbut a cnr
Hlr is entitled to see the hooks of tie cor
paratina, and hence a persn dealllng with
smch a oncearn in the Iarst instance. is at
a disadvanltag. I recom.mend the ,untli
eatlioeof edesiting laws so that corpora
ta.s enat he ornmed for tie following
ad such other purposes as may he con
dd proper and which shall he speclit
arly provided for, and no other. IThe
nesage here enumnerates i clams of
dThe cee dint r pam bhs in the mes
sage relate to tern, the supreme
cauart. expresselng the opinion that the
aumber of teran should be fo.r
that the fe allowed the clrk o
the court should he revised, paid into the
treasury and the clerk ha. takl a salary.
The work of the cade caumlasslou is then
reviewed, with the smeoanaendatkon that
the comamisaksi he iven Ianger time to
eempalete the work. The movern r pl.mat
out ui¶ Ilrt-anel e of mnakina early tro
vision for hb heareau of labor and Itldau
trly anId sl.ggests that speed lmrvIIe.iso he
sneae for orgluslaing the hoard of jrwsikan.
The ohstmtutmlou vves thte lepislatuare
power to e.wat msuitBl, rlstratisol laws.
Tthe wrldule anni ed to t teconstitutioa
pwurlvw for ontlinnuilnl lI force all laws
t thel territory not lecainselstesat wite lll*
coatitutioa.tl, or the -oseatitution ulld laws
of the. United States. 1ly this time regilstrla
tiona law cnlac*ted y the. last territorial
legislatlr. incIeInsm n Ia alrt of itwir state
*tatutes. WVhile* tI lehgislaI.htuner oualatl t..
throw laround thi. hlIll, t .Ivery welftegllarul
agalinst frauld al n*lp.atitag, aulel it .nroe'r
rewistrations law in ceoleiduive t. this eanl.,
tse preselt sys5t1*l ove*rslotns tlhle mnlark
aie . ogratels to disfrasINehi* mailLn)y goap(
citiens of tlisle state' wheue voles. ana .il
title.l to Is' east aetd e.elusatl. Isn my
opinahion no rlegistralti(Hn siold Ie. reluirs*d
as a e.nalditiola I)I,.4t~-r.lt to votilg ina rl
motra and siiarr-ly se+ttlhl e'emlnnulIti*es.
The faceilities. for traal*portatiul are i l
adequate ila such sueertions of the
eountlry. an thou. afforled are expensive
and ofte IUyod the en+nus of voters.
Mountain range. are miaaetlasnsw required
to be crossed and the disetance required to
be traveled lea btenu hbowu to ht Ias eoinu
iatamnce sas anuch as a hundred nltlkes,
and not nlfreslently frosn twelve to
trwenty lrnle. Tlwe resmlt of this ie that
the ranc.nan. the esekmlwrtnk.r and the
prospecter, who tiran a l-arge per celnt. of
r popleaatieos, and who are generally
Iampecunious and usable to hbar tIek bwlr
den of sub. an expm. ne andl ls of tilmne
as tme present syst*eau a.es.es4arily eaintail,
are cnsnpelk to W 'umain at hLosle,. ltedl are
there4sy diefraclhised uos ele.trium i l ay. To
ob.riate this wrong (loH to sthe citise'sa I
reousead that time prlessat registratioln
law eo .e amended that registrat-ion sall
not he required c.ep.t in inBeaepraated
anweus and .ittie. It is In the latter places.
lwe centles of pUlation.. where law
breakers aed aifctor congregate and
repeatiry and faasd are prtieed. an
hat in remote prits where ever mama
snows his eighbor and a straunger is at
Mee oaeered. I believe that it is an uu
dus and anmeaissary hbauken os the citi
-I to essuiee him to register every time
lere Is a meral electon. Having ocee
r r that ought to he .sultllc t for
lat al years. I therefore re*omnnmemnd
s easodisleatias of existing laws as will
VJftTV OP 111K Hu.Ltrr.
The I&M territorial I-gioIdataart ieiauW
ewale shhlrlot re·firn that in wurtlay- of
no"s. W~o Asraia ssem0 o
jlg& a w b *& L.Ca not ealu U~I up II)nl
lie e.xpettglioi. It Is aaovertlheIe"a delukr
tune in tb right diaoctiou, and ite. gem-eral
avlilSMO by the Pmanled- With monam. lamili
gicatboam, mayt oph ionu In aomurdl.
Tbrm c abioud he 11o a1- &st&wut Of 13411l1R
lmtaewt. in legislationa 4gnaedig to mc-cure
and pumpetuaae the Purity of thti liall-t.
The prrU% law woukI he junt a omcec-tiv
so ft = amigod to be if hu;6Rd of print
Ilag tihe ntates of all of tie candidates on
one sklket, their namesn should he oil nema
rate tickets ren"tsuentiny the party whoe.e
political principals they avowed, and
whil. tanihlat he taken into the vcotinl
place by ta. voteres. I reoenmenwn thils
Inaoliflcatiotl il tnst, law. TIhe present yn
tenl is tantaluaonalrt to an educattionalol qual
ilenationi uil tih c ole iuand, or as completee
surreglithr ulpon teI other to a Jldge of
elerticH . whol in manilly cases is iulcon
peiten~ t and in slnOe. cases venal. The
tinl is too short to point out the manly
inaperfctinas of a law which was well
triedl. bIat which to tlhe, lusl casual ol
server inl the light of oibservation andl
actual elxpritlace, has heen desnuos*strated
t, INt ve"ry crude. If this systelm call he
Islullifbil amid at the *amni tnime preserve
its es-lntial quallities, in my ouinioa,. it
will IiIopalarlis politlk. and inl tle
elall ustaum the mnot iperferct ralt ke
tion of tlhe popular will of aniy system. ever
IilUlaunratltl. It stlnlulates(.o.ur.at i tihe
de.Iwsl1dent to vote accurtlling to his roll
si.lci*etamln cl.sllrvtHioli, anld above all it
strikes savagely at 11w lmethod of wmachne
Pasoli ltk anid praiseis its comiplete annihai
Iation. In otli*r words. l isapalifell d and
proyrrly uararded, it secures tb she voter
11w largaeit fr..akele of thought. illlNeieid
eor ot ac"tinia land esercise of judgllliellt of
ally sys.te.l which hlaLs ever ohltaniled to IIIy
keowlledge. If nur Illstitultiosllo arc to eli
dlure, alli the holMor, I(ltegrlty anHd pLns
iwerity lft tle staie arae to cloatlaae to l.e
the hops. ailld anilchor of the c.tiseli, t*e
voL ti of lth plople exlpressel at tellr ptlis
withlt.ut hilamtsranice or Intimidation mIlust
i.e .aedulansly guardeid and naintaiteld at
all h.aurlds. 'lae dlutleso oolfltcrs charged
with the responsibility of derlariltag twe e
alt of anl aelectiu/l shelkl be E*uade so eL
pllcit naid the punlish.nlnt for tlloliduct
luade so sever tlhat the teml.tatloln for
vealral treachery at vital pointsl wll he for
ever relnaoveId. I call sour attention to
he aInusual anId asUUlecessary ex melll in
the msnatler of printigl which the present
election law elatail upon tha people. It
should he* framed to sueL only aecessary
aind proper esxopnes.
c~mwr.?.m Aff AuWflfl
@FRNITUTUIOI ALL ArrunWW .
Con:cious of the fact that the constitu
tional convention which formulated and
adopted our constitution committed a
grievous mistake in provkdli for the ap
pourt Omaneat and representation of aena*
tors, by which poputon. he only just
basis of represents under our form of
guvermamtutn was wholly Ignored, I call
upon tUme .slative aemblny at the first
opportunity to provide for the early sub
mismon of a constitutional amendmeut
whLerey this inequality may be speedily
regardinlg the eipenses of the constitu
tionsti conm.Iction. tshe Nessage itemnilses
bills asllueouatlg to S.atK.UO , racon.n.end
ing that they be peI by the. state and
coiasgres- h, nwessrialierd to make the
t~me anem goodl.
THYK 1OL KT IN MIEl.M MOW COUNTY.
Thie mn.st usememly condlition0 of allrirs
e.iass in Nilver le.w (coIlaty. Two pers.ns
are aLissum ag tMa act as jladge.l of Ihe di.
tri't ctrnrt its that ioustly. O)tne ilaa. Ix
hintd htillS theI. .criliotn of a court of IentI
ttimeit jsuri»lieitiomn aw.talliwhing his right
to l1t' olll.r'. I'wii otlher lus IItlws ,ertil-ate
o:f itie latte goverurew o tIe territory.
'enaililag lhisi I.onulrverey, ltigaie.ts £ro
withoutl the trihvvuall fe thae s"ttlellm'nt
of tlweir grivaLlees'; lthe estates of tIe
ust*i* l l-rm.lons are jE.'.0uarliisel, husilness
g--.lerally i» il at statel of selanwetakel ali
slltion altnd the cotrts ar- broughtl4 ilnt
(-*.atetlulit. The ca1e* il whllihI tle ri lhtn
of the rtunwttiv*. (ctllauintS are invoilved
1 ine w onll tIlapI.al to i sur)tp'Illp e coIurt, it
lavircg bIeetl k.elled that nio stay of Iro
cee-lings was allowed. Prom what i oas
beln amd hImttofore you will obwerve thiat
I amumu that legislation is required
sing tihe ternms of the suprenm
court Iefore the next case can
-e ultimately deispasel of. This situ
ati-o of affair is of seriouls conceren
to the citiaens of Silver Bow county in
particular andl to the people of thie entire
state inl general. and I ay a.kl that it is,
:a rcught to be. haseniliating tI tthe prkie of
e:very eaitien of this state. I n.counmelud
that provishioti h made for holding a termn
of the supremen court at the earlkst prac
ticable tillen in .orier that this matter iaina
be sp.eadily a.nd1 lnanlly deteermnised. TIhe
power con.sulaiteld to your hands involves
a acredl trust. The manllner i which it Is
zev.erised will invite public approval or
contlclnatlioul. At no tinme since our t1c
ritorial organisation has- thIwe beell such
a large number of -cltiunns who vote lide
peanlently of party ailliations. The Judg-
melt of these is stern anl sel veere t wine
exercise. thelefore, of this power bay the
esecutive and legislative branches of the
gover.nment will Invite pueblie conlldence
-and furnish eaume forcongratulation upon
our summption of the new and well fit
ting dignity of statehood. Whenever, fur
supposed political advantages, the honor,
the welfare a.id the glory of the state Is
prostituted to partisan entlsthe inevitable
penalty will he the destruction of popula
-mnfl¢en-e rand disaster at the polls.
IRAL BOVU14F OF REPRRRENTATIvZR.
Two bodies s~r sitting, each claining
to he the iegal house ofr vpre mmntatives;
one samem.lod i sitting in the phacedesig
nated by the executive for that pmrpnte,
the other nmem blod in a place desiated
by the stas asuditor and is now sittiur in
another place of its own choosing. This
condition of ffalls has prevailed for
nmar thals three weeks. It was born of
l-npulsna passion has had tnus to cool anid
.seurnu.ila Mswiee uah a mmt aisteli. It
Le high titss peroaul eaabltteas shouald te
soelnrlinated to pateomisn and the wheels
or. uvrernsuent he permitted to roll. It in
to e regre·tted that tihe boddy wronttilly
asAuming to he the house of represeata
tives and who met in th1e place cldesignated
by thi auditor, misinterpreted the
proclamation of the executive
as well as the letter of
instruction to ('captain Snitia as claimed
by the report adopted anld pmronulgate.
by its committee. Fully appreciating the
wi.e distinction between the executive
and the legislative departments of the
governmeult, and the indpege,.lence of
each as contemplated by the cosstituti.ln.
anld desiring to be' fairly considered hy
my countrymen, honor bids me forget
lrkle and admonilshes eaw not to conclut.d
this nmessage without patting on perpetual
record a solemn and pIublic refutation of
the charge "that tie governor, by his
proclamation or otherwise, at the time. it
was IWe*i.d, or any other time, ever in
tended to interfere witlh the right of any
person claiuinlg to he a nemher of the
holse of represlntatives to his seat." or
" that it was the intention of the governor
tr conceal the saki instructions to the akld
John Smith until after the temporary or
gantisation of the Ilouse of representatives
a'id by virtue of his cnmltr at of the rnmn
I a which the lmeOle'o rnjlwea.leastatives were
to assm.ble to dictate who shou.ld enter
thereinl." While the constitlltion provides
"that the suprellle exec'utive power of the
state shall he vested In the governor., who
shall rse tlhat the laws are faithfully exe
cutedl." no asuthority was ever assumed
except to "declare the law" in the hope
that those permnst who had the proper
certificates of election would advise those
wlho did not to nefrail from participation
in the organisation of the house. The
facts di'rloeled in the proclamatihon Jsti
fled the excultive at that time in tihe ope
that surh a course would be pursuned hut
no intimation was ever given that faee
would tio employed to that end. In the
lillht of the past it is possIble that the
language of the proclamation may have
led some honest men to believe that the
executive was wronsgfuRlly enerosi.b.iag
upon the legislative branch of the goern
ment. but conscatas of the fact tbae an
such purpose was intended. I call upon
these recalcitrant members who clasl to
have been misled by the governor, to
setand not upon a matter of punctilllo Ia
the presence of such threatening diager
to the state, hut to join with their col
leu in the transaction of the public
Ur course tere earn n mut one nouse or
re sentatives. No legislation can he
had until that point is settled and aoqau
esed in by the senate and ev.tutive. Ie
us hope that your wisdom any provide a
speedy ard satisfactory solution of the
pending dilulties. Every coueraio
demands an namieaibe adjustment, if such
a thing is possile. and I earnestly hope
for such a result. But as important as
this sesukin has been shown to be it Is
h.tter that it should lapse and and aU
klgislation fall than that the principles
un on which near government s fouended
should he treated a" a mere comenodity to
im exelmanLgd ad lihitnam to proote the
asplirations of men for office. I tlaemfore
hope that in all of your negortiations look
inl to thei se.ttlement of this perplexing
qlaretiult your will have an "eye simtlo amid
a warns devotedl heart" fir what, In your
i(Nt Jludgment, you consider to be the true
interets of your country. When this is
done our efforts to serve the state wisely
and well will he crowned with success;
the. hberthans of taxation will. let us hope,
he snitigatedl: justice will he peacefully
enthrone l in the teanple now elainmed by
colsatcnting Judages the fruition of our
hope. of statelood will. in a meaulre hey
enJorel anetd governmnent will he felt. if at
all. lan.at in its tbenefits and least in its re
JOlt. K. T)OI., LGo~vrnor.
A ttllarI n . .pUi...
.Wcw Yonv. ieLc. 17.-The AII-Aneri
eans' reception was a brilliant affair. ift
teen hundred guests were present. Hons.
Joseph H. (Chate war chairnn and
among tthe notakles present were Hte
ret.ry Blaine, Chauncey Depew. ec-Gov
ertor C'onnell, John Jay. 4erreteV
Trace., J. P. HuXntington Warner Miller,
Senators Evarts and HlmeoLk, Andrw
Carnegie William W. Astor. Henry V
lard asnd Willian Roceekblter. The dipla
matic service, clergy. army and navy and
leading clubs were also well represented.
After supper dancing was begun and kept
up until a late hour.
m.emter. or she Cnmo se' (I..
COsAcoo, Dec. 17.-Detectives John
Sttlt and M. J. Crowe and Patrolmen Red
mood and McDonald, who testi.el4 I
favor of Daniel Coughlin in the ruweqt
'ronin trial. received no~tie of dis.umnal
to-day tfroi the force, "For conduct un.t
coining an oflcer and for neglect of
duty." "This hi only hbeginninlg of ro
lovals." said an oftical to-day. "and
frnom shis time on rou can look out for the
re.m:val of ('la, Na Gael men and their
OiLver 4 Ulmvb..ur 35usd.
SARAThAA. Dcc. 17.-Olive. L DArbr4i
a famous cmicpIer of lai tr pnrts a,,d an
authority cii the saime. dkd tbis eveulag.
Veal Mime s. Uhmk.
Roenmwms. Dec. 17.-A thousand earl
ittiers at the Waitoti aid Adneon mine
strusck this moaing.
The Finest Establishment in
D .ALE IN
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
12 Main St., Butte, Mont.
United States Depository
Capital (paid in) - $5oo.ooo
Strp/ss. - - - $ioo ooo
C. A. I D rWATER .................Pw e
L. . . ........V ,r. d Ac.Muler
.. r. A t'rN3N n .............Asuamt Cnahiar.
A. O. (lar-k. Hersmah (lasm
H. M. °'. I. . .ur
C. R Ft naK. C. Wal Oorf. .
1.C. Ahb D. A.
CLARK ~' LARABIE
(W. A. CLAIRK J. K. ('LAK. K . I. LARARIR).
BUTTE, M. T.
Do a General Banki Business and Draw K:
cawe on all the P rl Cities of the World.
.uy ,l., ok*tl Ir, mirrlver Bullion and
C2unty Warrants. ColL s prompDt attemd
ed to. Corrreepnt: Flrst NaLthmal fank.
New York; nk o Bk o ritish North Amersa,
NontIrel: Cantlmental Natonal Blhrk )Cte9tgo:
-rmat, h attoeal Bank, Omaha; MeaCorLeN •
o., .la Lake; First Naonl ank. Man Fran
D. B. BIRRAN,
irmt-s., Anarmn a, moaall.
Carriage Builder, Blacksmith
AND WAGO)N nHoP.
All cls ar new carriage and wagomwo od
work mrxruted mmpr tly and la the bes man
ner. RIrr kenauý att-ation to horgewhoe.
Au.r.ll r marhpna m repairLng will re
.. . ,...._L.. ,--
MONTANA LUMBER AND PRODUCE CO.,
Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Doors, Windows and Mouldings.
ue..Lase.iL- D -L. I"N sOi I..Oa.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Hay, Griif, Feed, and Hard and Soft Coal.
Agents Continental Oil Company. We carry in Stock a Full Line of
B IN & M1YITCHILL ~. AGONS.
frIs QUARTZ GEARS to ugeM IPRING WAGONS. Ala. CLAR, PERRY, STUDEIBAKIR and
STRNDXRD BUGGIESWNR D CRRAtIRCBS.
aud a full line of ROAD CARTS .1 best = mahs.
Geani Cit, C!, and Omer C.hiled Plows. -
At ull ~ P.aoed and Morl~ Dens.' Concrd Harns..
Sm itt. Wa.Srlasaen & Co.'s ('arrLas Bu. and Track Rarness.
aslkfls, Whip o n. Dusters and eerythi srtaal l to hb
Call and loo thr.sug r sek. Is io empl be Imll aeU dlersat lia , s an woe def CmAtLt .
T. CARROLL., Mawaess
A. M., M. D.,
Practical Physician and Sargen
CORNER MAIN AND BROADWAY,
SOver J. R. Boyce's tore, Rooms rand l
Where he made am enviable remnataoin bldg
speI= Ky. Private, brook, am nervous dim
ae o men and women, whether casetd by a
prudnte.r excess or rontarion, semial weuk
ness, rght losses, sxural debilty, odns of sea
lwwtr nervous debiUity blood dlhuellr erq le
t(a e treble .. :arn to eare u r very abt
tismeor momey refunded. Merest cases ma aew
days.) ,hargeslow. Ch Raly c pc llly t1 w r. Free treatment un t rdays-a-' diseases of men mmd
women. The ldoctr laEs devoted ils life to this one speclalty, and h s rcency is attested by the
thoumands who lhav'e ee'n ueaed, uccsurrully treated by my new htlod without the use of mer
cury. The do*tor cures where others fail. Try him. Dr. Mchultz will make no charge unless he
elects a cure.
Persons at a distance cured at home. All comamuicatios strictly conadentiaL. Nead for trial
I'Kl1'IAlAITI .--I.seasest ofe kidneysa liver, luges, rheumatism and all eruative diseases f a
pivate nature. tumlers, clceras eruptlve felers peculiar to both males and females; also crap
tIe fevers stn h as s**arIetI. t d spttd ldiphtherui. atisfact ion guaranteed.
RRAI, THIi TWIt E. - il hth of the sum total of human suffering is mused y
vecereal excesses, isalmmes and their ses.
The wonderful Russian New Roeledy is the best and surest of all mediacine for restoring strenagh.
ambition and vigor in those who suffer from all private, chronic and nervous diseases, su as oo
and skin di su yplis, siro1fuls. tavaS, ery esalt rheum. gaemphilus. psariasala, eae.
all Inlaurites eat tn. kctl causilg e ruptatons, plemlN othe aling out at the hir. tc.
riMvate dis ases-Canorrha, t. re, and L trouble ystis, ad a
ind efnetsi youthful follies and excesses, which so out men for businss or pesmure.
The wonaderfulsuccess of this new remedy depends upon the faot tL supplies an elems
whl is found wanting i the boud o week men.
Ir. ehutt wiltl orrt t 1fo.s wr any ease taken under his new remedy which he falls to eure. >
tmember that has is nt a tmedicine. A written g arantee to refuat the money if it doess ant
eret a are. Nemed our piles without the u e ulsor or mercury.
Offee haors from 9 A. ]. to 3 P. M., s P. M. to s saP M.
THE ROCKY FORK COAL COMPANY
Is now Prepared to Deliver Coal from its
2MINES AT RED LODGE
To consumers in this city. Fon domestic and steam purposes
Pocky Fork Coal has no superior in this market. It lights readily.
makes hot fire and leaves little ash. Try it.
Principal Office: Room 25, Pittsburg Block, Helena.
Gioerlbst Dros. & m, DIgwrn. uEses a Consi Company. £a eem.
a. L. Bn er & co., D iLoae. A. Pr..e. Biliames .
The Mines' Lamb.er Ompy. uttoe. Gineo. T. .onu, .
O.K. Milli Park Ci*y. BrBr Towrn Dr.
ub. Ha '.nit a lmambwe W. U White. StiUwrater.
L. lHoI Mel an.
JOS. F. MURRAY,
Having piurhased tb. busine..s foren.r conducted by Jam. McNult i.s now w
pared to turn" bish cutosnfrs with the Lnest brands d
Domestic, Imported and Key WeV Cigars
To be found in the ei'.
FPR JITS RND CON IIBCTIONU RY
rFrb and e hele. A wel asserted s.eek of STATIONIIlT.
JOS. F. MURRAY, - - Main Street. Anaconda.
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