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DEBIT AND CREDIT
ON fIARH'S BOOKS EAST PARK STREET MERCHANT COULD PAY HIS DEBTS IF HE WAS PAID. HOW MUCH HE OWES AND HOW MUCH IS OWED HIM Liabilitica and Assets Wou:d Nearly B6:ance If Some of You Would Step Forward and Settle-But the Sma:I Eii!s Are the Only Ones Paid and Mr. G. Is Unab!e to Mect Creditors. F. n. Giard. the Fast Park street mer tharlt V.ho retLki.iy mode an assignment for tile benefit rof cerdlitors, has filed with the c,'u':ty clek an inventory and sche! ule of his estat-. There is ai ou',ject of more than ordin ary .alu:e for tlt. young Ibusiness luau in the st.ttrment. II shol)ws that if Mr. (tiard could crllcct the amoulnts due h.ml he woulc be at least wituin tie ragged clge of solv cncy. In compliance with the purclaser's chll,ey sugltt:e tion to "chldr.c it." Air. Giard ha.. oil Ili n., acouts tilhe cu fo!rt'dled. or lilher unctm.,itlortale, .llml f $r1 . 405.65. Of course thiis is ,ot all los,. but there is anuothelr i..eoni in the intlner ,io which the credli:s are di:.trtb..ted in tul good, ,ad andI inlli:Terent column. They show that the amount of $j.76, is due by men ot honor who will pay anw whose accounts are labelled hood; that $3..1 t4.2t is doultful--probably the debtors belonlg to, the class who will pay "next moluth"-and lto ltss.,than $14...328.6 is hopcit sly bad. These debtors have left the coiuntry, or they have properties ii their wiveas' names, or they have emlployedl one of the millibo subterfuges by which the petrln tually delinquent dodges the pro ccshes of the law. There Ia a Lot of It. There are no less than to typewrittent pages filled wi'th the lists of debtors. In all they number close upon 5oo and their obligations range all the way from 25 cents to $556. Unufrtunately, most of the obli gations of the a5-cent variety are in the column:l marked "good," while most of the nalmel'. of those whose accounts run into three figures wit'h a dollar mark at the beginning are numbered with the goats. In t:e list of a:ssets is found the follow in;~ including personal property not ex empt from execution: All the stock of goods located at ,o. 135 East Park street, and estimnated a:t a market value to be worth $3.935.5'1; store furniture and fix tures amounting to $374.50: two horses, a wagon and harnless, valued at $9o, and cash on hand to the amount of $5.50. There are no iucumlbrances, no vouchers and no real estate. He'd Pay If They Would. O)n the schedule ot creditors and liabili ties it appears that there is due the 34 creditors the amouint of $25,698.23, in amounts varying from $t to $4,000. Butte's banks are creditors to an amount in excess of $:8,ooo, most of the balance being due on accounts with wholesale houses. With the personal property exempt from execution and amounting in all to $4,405. 5o, there are total assets, including the debts marketd bad, to the amount of $25,Rli.i5, against the liabilities amount ing in all to $25,698.93, which goes to show that if Mr. Giard were paid his debts lie could pay his debts. W\ith the instrutment was filed the bond of Joseph Chauvin, assignee for the estate, amnounting to $12,ooo, signed by Chauvin, with 1). Dorais and A. F. Bray as sureties. STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO, .Lucas County-as : Frank J. Chency makes oath that he Is the senlior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firml will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON, [SEAL.] Notary Public. Hallall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testi mtonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. * ABSOLUTELY PERFECTLY FITTING GLASSES The Highest Ability and the Finest Instruments in the West. To introduce my work the prices will only be About Half the usual. I Am Here To Stay DR. DANIEL ROSCIIE 48 W. Park , Butte Opposite Lutey Bros, COUNTY INSITUTE BEGINS BUSINESS SCHOOL TEACHERS EASY TO CON TROL AND SOFT END OF A PENCIL SERVES AS GAVEL. PROFESSOR TRAPHAGEN DELIVERS A LECTURE One of the Best Known and Prominent Eastern Educators Will Deliver a Talk at Tomorrow's Meeting and on Friday Miss Mullina Will Address the Institute on Important Subject. There is a vast difference between the delib?,rttionls oif a mining congress and tlire c of a teachers' county institute. 'Ihis fact lha been clearly demonstrated since the Silver How courty institete bInar banr:i ens in the audito:i.nn of the new 1.i th schnol lit iding yest: rday morn ing. U'p to the present tin:e there have a clt o peremptry demands by tlnlei lires or recognrition ftorn the presiding' riircer. no risir'g to points of order, no rul-stt' te n:utio:s and no cal's for refer elite to a c,:lnstittion and by-laws that h.ive n t yet forrn I a place inl the archives rf thr bnldy. In the deilierations of the mining c,,rg-er;s the president found it nrcessary rrany times to hit the disk in front of hi:,i sunm hard cracks with a I.eay wooden mallet in order to remind the few obstructing delegates that they were ntot the whole thing; hut in the con duct of the institute proceedilngs all the pre:.idioig ofi,er has to ddoto putl a lquietns on anll nmoise that may arise is to tap the desk with the ruhb er end of a lead pencil. At n:o lime since the institute opened for business has ti e hulndrirt been so boister. ous that Cach tap of the pencil could not I e heard di:tinctly in all parts of the lar,,: room. Traphagen's Address. lThe first hrour of the institute today was taken tip with an address by Prof. F. W. l'raphagenr of hlozeman, one of the most disti.rguished instructors in the state. Professor Traphager.'s remarks were con fined to educ:ational matters and received proper ec,'glritiron from the teachers. Tlhe title of the addrres.s was "Education for Future Work." Fro)m 9:30 o'clock until noon and from I:30 until . tIhe work of the body was confined to the various grades inl separate apartmlents. Tomorrow morning the teachers will meet in the assembly room and listen to an address by Prof. W. F. Rocheleau of Chicago, a well-known educator of the East. Mr. Rocheleau is a pleasing talker and his remarks will d5oubtless be well re ceived. Thur.,day morning W. W. Welch, state sue:rintendent of schools, will address the teachers. Friday the members of the institute will listen to remarks from Miss Mary Mullins, county superintendent, on the "Preparation of Teachers." Accident at Wardner. [IIY ASSOCIATICD PRness. Wallace, Idaho, Sept. 9.-While C. A. Hayes and his 4-year-old son were looking through a prospect tunnel a short dis tance below Wardner yesterday, a cave-in occurred. Hayes' leg was broken, and the boy was so badly injured that he will probably die. Suffragist Commits Suicide. [rU ASSOCIATED PRESS. St. Louis, Sept. 9.-Mrs. E. P. John son, a well-known woman suffragist, com mitted suicide at her home here last night, while temporarily insane. MID THE SWEET SCENT OF FRESH-CUT WOOD. I ' rs 1 . '· .. i. I ' /r , i '(Picture by Inter Mountain.) The Montana Press Assooratioit Pay a Visit to One of the Big Logging Camps of the State and Regale Themselves With the Delightful Odors of Some Real I S5PV M 3 urroundings. ~TrMotnaPe Aolr~g a Vst oOn ~thrBI og~~Cap o heBae n RgloTesevs ih h elFhtu OosofSmrRa CRIMINALS BEING ARRAIGNEDl IODAY CHARLES LENNOX'S ATTORNEY ASKS AND SECURES A STAY OF SENTENCE ONE WEEK. PARTNER IN THE CRIME WANTS LENNOX HANGED Said That Martin Has Offered Sheriff Furey Twenty-five Dollars to Let Him Cut the Rope That Holds the Weight on His Partner's Scaffold-Jess Les ter Has Plenty of Money for Attorney. There were many criminals arraigned in Judge McClernan's court this morning men and wolten-who will be famous or notorious, as the case may be. The first pIhading was in the case of Charles I.ennox, who was convicted along with his partner, James Martin, of murder in the first degree. Both men were found guilty of killing John Williams and Sat urday Judge McClernan scntenced Mar tin to he hanged. This morning Attorney Bruce Kremcr, appearing for Lennox, asked for a con tinuance for one week in order to prepare an argttlument on tie bill of exceptions tiled. The order was maue. lennox was in court and showed the saine impassive countenance he has shown ever since the day his partner, Martin, asked that Lennox be hanged first. Lennox made a confession in which lie stated that Martin had killed Williams. Martin went on the stand later and swore that Lennox was the man who fired the fatal shot. Martin offered to pay Sheriff Furry $as if he would allow Le.nnox to be hanged first and permit Martin to cut the rope. Martinl is now under the death watch at the county jail to he hanged next month. .ennoIIx's attorney is fighting for a new trial under the hill of exceptions filed. The case of Lennox was continued until next Saturday. Jess Lester in Court. Jess Lester was up this morning for stealing $6o from one of the visitors on the dead line. The woman was ar rested by the police and later released by the chief after she had restored the money. The county officials took up the matter and had her re-arrested and arraigned ont a charge of robbery. In court this morning the woman was asked to state whether she could employ ail attorney. "I've got plenty of money, judge, awl I'm able to hire my own lawyer," was the" aDHSWr". 1 he woman was given until Saturday to enter her plea. Josephine Kelly told the court she had no attorney and W. N. Na;ughton was ap pointed in that capacity. She was given until Saturday to plead. "Who is Corbett?" asked the court. The burglar accused of many crimes stepped forward and asked for an attor ney. "The court will appoint Attorney Frank Hlaskins to defend you," said Judge Mc Clernan. Corbett is given until Saturday to make his plea. * Interest in Hayti Trouble. (BY ASSOCIA1IEU 'RtmES. l.ondon, Sept. 9.--Intense interest has been evoked here by the sinking of the gunboat Crete-a-Pierrot at Gonalves, Hayti, by the German cruiser Panther, and the morning papers devote lengthy editorial articles to the incident. A ma jority of the papers agree that there is no likelihood that any serious developments will follow the occurrence. THERE IS A REWARD FOR HIM, "- r AI. (Picture by inter Mountain.) Here Is Another of the Suspects in the Stolen Key Case-The Police Think He Is G. W. Richardson of the Plain Dealer-Do You Know Him? tal Business in America. Be Sure You Are in Our Office. Over Symons'. Opposite Imostoffice. ids. No sleep-producing agents or cocaine. 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