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the ROBERTS EMBEZZLEMENT.
The Defaulting ex-Treasurer of Lewis
;uid C larke County on Trial in the
District Court.
]',y half-past two o'clock yesterday after
noon a jury was obtained in the case of the
Territory vs. W. Kemp Roberts, for em
bezzlement, that was acceptable to both
defense and prosecution, but not until the
regular panel had l>een exhausted and a
special venire for twenty-five men had
been made. Out of these the complement
ol twelve unbiased men was made up and
the jury was sworn. It is constituted as
follows :
.11 UV IX THE KuHERTS CA>E.
James Sullivan John Merry
Nicholas MonshausenT J Cronin
H. Gleason P W Leighton
Frank I.aWeau Oliver Allen
Charles Reinig K. A. Craig
J. S. lîrayford F. D. Cooper
The circumstances of the case all are
familiar with. When Roberts weut out of
office in 1884, after serving six years as
County Treasurer, it was found, when he
came to turn over his accounts to his suc
cessor, that there was a deficit. Subse
quent expert examination confirmed this
and reported the ex-Treasurer $38,252
behind in his accounts. This result being
made knowu Roberts was arrested lor em
bezzlement and on this charge his trial
commenced yesterday.
The prosecuting attorney, W. H. Hunt,
opened the case for the Territory. He pro
posed to öfter in evidence the bonds of the
ex-Treasurer for his three terms, but to
this the defendant's counsel, E. W. & J. K.
Toole A Win. Wallace, Jr., objected, urg
ing that the indictment charged him W'ith
defaulting during the time he was treasurer,
from 18HJ to 1-85, and hence any evidence
of defalcation except bet ween those years
was not competent. District Attorney
Hunt and assistant counsel B. P.Carpenter,
maintained their position, contending that
the time of the defalcation was not ma
terial.
The defense admitted the defalcation
and that the amount charged in the indict
ment, $38,252, was correct. The defense
also contended that the deficiency occurred
w ithin Roberts' last term, that is between
March, 1883, and March, 1885.
Upon these admissions the prosecution
rested, their theory being, under the
statute, that the defalcation occurred
the day that Roberts turned over his
accounts to his successor, when the money
he transferred fell $38,252 behind what
hi.» liooks showed ought to be on hand.
The court adjourned then until 10 o'clock
this morning.
WITNESSES FOR THE DEFENSE.
At this morning's session of court, after
preliminary matters had beeu disposed of,
the case was resumed. The defense called
the following witnesses: Dr. W. R. Bul
lard, Dr. W. L. Steele, Dr. J. B. Atchison,
Dr. W. ('. Morris, Dr. J. J. Leiser, A. G.
Clarke, C. D. Curtis, Jno. Zeigler, George
Booker, John B. Taylor, W. K. Roberts.
The witnesses were sworn and Dr. Steele
was placed on the stand. After prelimin
ary examination defendant's counsel asked
w itness if he, as the family physician, was
aquainted with the condition of the
defendant's wile during his last
term of office, from March, 1883
to March, 1885. The counsel for the
Territory objected to the question as irre
levant. To establish its relevancy lawyer
Warren Toole arose and exposed his
GROUNDS OF DEFENSE.
lie said the defense proposed to show
that during the last term of office of de
fendant his wife was in such a delicate
state of health as to demand much of his
time and keep him away from his office;
that during that period he entrusted the
affairs of his ofiice to a deputy, who bad
charge of the books and fuuds and knew
the secret of the combination of the safe ;
that everything was in his hands and that
defendant should not be accused or con
victed of a crime which he himself did not
commit nor had aDy intention ot commit
ting.
District Attorney Hunt sustained his ob
jection by stating that the law recognized
no deputy ; that defendant was entrusted
with the county funds and if there was
any defalcation he would be held re
sponsible.
Defendant's council said that to prove a
crime the law required a joint intention
and act or criminal uegligence on the part
of the accused; that to hohl a man guilty
under any other conditions would be rank
injustice.
After an extended argument and refer
ence to authorities the question was left
for decision to Judge Wade, who over
ruled the objection and admitted the tes
timony.
The examination of witnesses for the de
fense was then resumed. The testimony
of three or four was taken when the hour
of twelve struck and the court adjourned
for the noon recess. This atteruoon the
case will he up again and it will probably
not be finished before Monday or Tuesday.
Bv the way, now that election is over
and every one seems to want lair elections,
why is it not a good time to pass a registry
law in Montana? The law ol New \ork
or Pennsylvania seems to give good satis
faction to all parties. The true way to
get rid of this perpetual suspicion and cry
of fraud is to do away with the oppor
tunity for fraud. Right wrongs no man.
Give us a law that will protect every man's
right to vote and prevent every man from
voting who has »ot the right. Where the
gates are left wide open for fraud it will
enter and impair every title to office. It
is always better to prevent crime than to
pnnish it. The elective lrancbise is the
most sacred and fundamental ol all our
rights and should be guarded from every
possible abuse.
The talk ol the necessity for plans by
experts and advertisements for bids is a
mere blind to get rid of the competition
we now have and not at all with a view to
get more. It is not within the competency
of an expert to hunt up a supply ol water.
If we had a fixed and certain source of
supply this would be possible. He could
tell us, perhaps, the best method ol bring
ing water from the Missouri river and the
approximate cost, and he might do the
same with the ITickly Rear or the Jefter
son. and when these plans were completed,
they might be advertised lor competition.
An expert might spend two years in sur
veying before he could tell us the mo»t
available source of sufficient water supply.
If Eastern bidders are informed, as they
would have to be, that they would have to
look up their own supply of water, uone ol
them would dare to make a bid belore i om
ing out here to look over the ground them
selves. Is it very likely that any of them
would be at this trouble and expense on
an uncertainty so remote and so difficult o
estimation?
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TIIE LAST PETITION.
A Strong Appeal from Hundreds of
Tax Payers tor Immediate and
Decisive Action on the
Water Question.
Lack of space yesterday forbade our
publishing the petition, which was pre
sented to the City Council Wednesday
evening prior to the action they took upon
the water question. It is as follows:
Helena, November 7,1886.
To His Honor , the Mayor, and the Hoard of
Aldermen of the City of Helena—Gentle
men :
Whereas, There is now pending be
fore your honorable body the question ol a
water supply for our city, a question of
most vital importance now and in the
future ; a question which has been agitated
in our city for four years past and serious
ly considered by the Council and people
lor the last four weeks ; and,
Whereas, The water with which we
have been supplied is not sufficient in
quantity and impure and unhealthful in
quality ; and,
Whereas, There is now before you a
proposition looking to an abundant supply
of good, pure and wholesome water, and
said proposition provides for conducting
the water to the city in iron mains and
distributing the same throughout the city
in a manner to meet the wants of our city,
both for fire and domestic purposes ; and,
Whereas, To avail ourselves of this
most needed supply prompt action is neces
sary. It being true that the mains and
machinery for such a water system cannot
be gotten ready in a shorter time than six
or eight months, and to secure the con
struction of the works in the summer of
1887 it is necessary to make contract at
the earliest possible day ; and,
Whereas, We fear that if the oppor
tunity is permitted to pass that the present
imperfect system will be fastened on to
us in a manner to make our city powerless
in the future to secure the construction of
entirely new and adequate works.
Now, therefore, we, your petitioners,
most earnestly request your honorable
body to take action in this important mat
ter and not subject it to further delay,
which might result in defeating the ends
so earnestly desired and of such vital im
portance to the future of our city. This
we shall ever in duty pray.
E Sharp E D Edgerton
J M Ryan John Kinna
R C Wallace H M l'archen
Risk Bros Fred Gamer
R S Hamilton J R Sanford
John Moffitt W W Brown
Brunei!, Van Wart & Henry H Guthrie
Co C K Cole
A R Gates W S l'ayuter
M M Holter R H Kleinschmidt
Loeb Bros T H Carter
Morris Bros C F Ellis
Chas Lehmau Joseph Davis
Tom Haves Henry Cannon
E W Bach Cornelius Hedges
D H Cuthbert S H Crounse
F S Lang Ignace Miller
J J Leiser Stadler & Kaufman
Henry Yergy M Sands ^
Ross Deegan Fred M King
Wm H Guthrie W R Bullard
O Evans Sturrock & Brown
Lindsay & Co James Barker
Jno B Clayberg Calkins & Featherly
David Morris D A Cory
T H Clewell F V Nye
V C Rinda L W Spencer
W R Schultz J D Tietjen
A J Steele Jno S Tooker
D H Weston S E Atkinson
GeQfgc Breck Jno A ZeigRr
Henry Sonnefield F J Shaffer
Jno Steinmetz Joseph O'Neill
Charles Rumiev Louis Hildebrecht
H R Comly J R Witmer
GeoHRiatt F P Sterling
W R McComas E O Babcock
W E Norris & Bro Geo B Foote
Jno E O'Connor Z T Burton
D H Churchill J W Hathaway
C J Griffith Frank Fisher
G B Allison A J Cunningham
A E Roberts 51 J Davin
J J Layton C W Willoughby
Asa Steinhoff S R McDermott
J M Austin M J Might
Tim Gunuon Henry Lane
Chas Baker F M Whitney
S B M Burd Sami Gardner
W W Wilson Fish Howe
Homer H Case CharliePinney
J H Kennedy Joe Rogers
J W Wilson J B Stevenson
R W Bowman D W Grinell
James Doyle Henry Cromwell
F H Scanlan Robt Jackson
Ed Staek G Read
B G Young Geo H King
Geo Shoen berger Isaac Brunner
John W Mahoney T T Kilbury
R S Washburne F D Higson
F W Huntoon Chas Thompson
F S Graham Rob Thompson
R W Giilam J Green
Geo W Rector W A Conkey
B Stiugley A Jefirey
Chas H Walten J H Reynolds
Thomas Barrett Chas Geiser
C H Cartram H H LaPage
H Hunting John Deen
Geo Gem Frank Mcregor
J W Handlin E Winston
Sohn N Eklund Frank Ray
Frank Granger J Dinnen
Thomas J Foreman Thomas Kerns
Jno O Toole Charles Dow
H S Baxter, T C Benjamin
And 10« Others.
In addition to the political revolution in
Virginia and North Carolina, breaking in
upon the Solid South there is great dan
cer in New York City, the other leg on
which Democratic power and hope has
heretofore stood. The George movement
means mischief. It has come t#stay. It
will control, if not carry the next election.
The iesolutions recently adopted by a large
and enthusiastic meeting of the supporters
of George have this to say of the Demo
cratic party : "The Democratic party has
become but a corrupt machine, by the use
of which, as shown in the last election»
aristocrats and spoilsmen endeavor to de
feat the will of the people—even a Demo
cratic President and the Democratic Gover
nor of New York prostituting their power
in aid of the vilest mercenaries as against
an honest effort to purify municipal poli
tics.'' This is pretty stalwart talk for a
party so recently drawn mostly from
Democratic ranks and is well calculated to
throw a cloud over the aspiratioqp of Cleve
land or Hill for the next presidency.
According to the Salt Lake Tribune
there is a Democratic scheme afoot to pass
a constitutional amendment prohibiting
polygamy and then admit Utah as a State
in conjunction with Dakota. It is a scheme,
however, that never will work. Constitu
tional guarantees are mere ropes of sand.
Of what avail are they in South Carolina
and Mississippi ? If minorities in such
States can extinguish the free ballot cer
tainly the majority in l tah would laugh
at the possibility of wrestiDg power from
them when once in possession of it. The
Republican Senate will render the success
of such a scheme impossible.
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BREAKING.
The latest news seems to be confirmed
that not only the Republicans carried
Virginia but that they have carried
North Carolina in a more substantial
form, having elected a majority in both
branches of the legislature. True, there
is no senatorial election depending,
but the Republican majority will haye
the power to change the law which now
makes every county officer appointive
even to the justices of the peace. It has
given the Democrats heretofore absolute
control of all the election machinery.
Nothing but the most overwhelming
reyolution could have ever brought
about the present result with all the
election machinery in the hands of the
Democracy. If only the blacks were
concerned there is no doubt but the
result would have been declared differ
ently, but the revolution includes such
a large proportion of the white popula
tion that the election officers did not
dare to perpetrate a traud. Ihe Lepub
lican party is headed by able men, men
of the highest character, that are
able to assert and maintain their rights.
The men who have heretofore controlled
the political fortunes of the North
Carolina have lost the confidence of the
large majority of the people. The tarill
has had much to do with it. North
Carolina was an old V big Htate and
always sustained protection. It was
largely settled by the (.Quakers and their
descendants now constitute a large pro
portion of the population. Race preju
dice never was as strong as in other
Southern States. An industrial re\o
lution has taken place and the old North
State is ready to adopt a progressive
policy that will introduce manufactures
and restore prosperity.
Both Democrats as well as Republi
cans agree that the revolution is the de
liberate act of a large majority of the
people and has come to stay.
At the last presidential election Cleve
land had a reported majority of 17,884
out of a total of 208,000.
The Legislature, on joint ballot, stood,
Democratic 140, Republican 30. With
favorable changes of the laws and a
proper districting of the State, there is
little doubt that North Carolina will
hereafter be a reliable Republican State.
And from present outlook, both of the
Virginias will be so too.
It is the business of our city government
to regard not merely the direct first cost ol
supplying water for public purposes, but
the cost to private consumers. Nothing
but a clear, positive offer to supply water
both for public and private purposes, more
favorable than offered by W oolston can
possibly justify a change of action on the
part of the City Councilor the interposition
of judicial action. Then if another more
favorable offer were made lrom aDy other
source there would be the same ground fot
change and judicial interference. Such
things as these should not be made mere
boys' play. Our people have suffered and
complained for years and the time for
action has come.
The contest over the Indiana Legisla
ture is becoming intensely hot. The
Demccrats have only two majority, and
that includes Meagher, who is a qualified
and acting justice of the peace, and there
fore, under the constitution and court de
cisions, ineligible. With Meagher out and
Dickerson seated, there will be a tie on
joint ballot, and the newly elected Re
publican Lieutenant Governor, RobertsoD,
would have the casting vote. There is so
much at stake that there will be many
contests before the courts and before the
two houses of the Legislature with much
uncertainty of the result.
The Herald speaks for the great major
ity of the property holders, tax payers and
water consumers in advocating a compe
tent and competitive water supply. This
is abundantly shown by the citizens who
have crowded our columns with their com
munications, by their prayers and petitions
with hundreds of signatures, and other
popular and powerful methods by which
they have manifested their will and wishes
to and before the City Council. The peo
ple have been patient ander loDg suffering.
Their grievances are many and cry for re
dress. Succor is near. Let no man falter.
Stand firm aDd victory is sure.
Hon. Richard O. Hickman, of Madi
son, is suggested by many Republicans lor
President of the Legislative Council- Mr.
Hickman is eminently competent. He has
held always a prominent place in his party.
No Councilman elect exceeds him in abili
ty. His legislative experience has been
long and bis qualifications for presidirg
officer no one can question. Should Mr.
Hickman consent to the use of his name
for the position there is little doubt that
the Republicans would unite and honor
him with a unanimous election.
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There is considerable wild and simple
talk about the Democrats having a major
ity on joint ballot in onr Legislature and
the possibility of their electing Democratic
United States Senators. With a majority
of Republican Councilmen, it would rest
with them to say whether they would go
into an election or not. The House alone
could hardly control this matter. Again
it is not very likely that the Republicans
in the United States Senate would allow
the admission of Senators so elected. It
would be a very irregular proceeding in
every respect. There could be no pretense
that Senators elected by a Territorial
Legislature represented the State of Mon
tana. It would be no more irregular for
the Senate to appoint the Senators for
Montana. The Senators admitted from
California were chosen by a State legisla
ture, organized without an enabling act it
is true, but when Congress reoognized and
legalized that State constitution, it legal
ized the acts of the Legislature that met
under it. And in the case of Southern
Dakota there was a constitution adopted
aDd a legislature elected that chose Sena
tors. If Congress should by any possibil
ity admit Montana under the constitution
heretofore adopted, there is not the least
donbt in the world that it would require a
legislature to be chosen under it to elect
Senators. Of course no one knows what
the Democrats of the Montana legislature
may attempt to do. They may possibly
attempt to choose a ITesident of the l ni
ted States. In early days they attempted
some things about as extreme in folly,
but we never heard that they succeeded
very brilliantly in nullifying aDy laws of
Congress. No Senators elected by a Ter
ritorial legislature will ever represent the
State of Montana. When admitted as a
State there will be a State Legislature to
do this business.
I No. 1649.1
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF HELENA.
ORGANIZED IN 1866.
Designated Depository of the United
States.
Pai«l-Up Uapit»l...........................8500,000
Surpin» and Profit». ................ 300,000
S. T. IIAUSER, President.
A. J. DAVIS, Vice-President.
E. W. KNIGHT. Cashier.
T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, Ass't Cashier.
Board of Director».
S T HAUSER. JOHN C. CURTIN.
A M HOLTER. K. S. HAMILTON.
JNO H MING. C. P. HIGGINS,
EÏW. KNIGHT. A. J. DAVIS,
T H. KLEINSCHMIDT, HENRY M. PÄRCHEN
T. C. POWER.
A»»ociated' Bank».
FIRST NATIONAL...........Fort Benton, Montana
MISSOULA NATIONAL........Missoula, Montana
FIRST NATIONAL................'.....Butte, Montana
General Banking Business Transacted.
INTEREST PAID OS TIME DEPOSITS.
F. ADKINSON.
Attorney"kt"Iiftw.
Office in Masonic Temple. Helena, M. T.
Specia 'attention given to suspended and <*>n
tesved land and mineral entries. dA wly-jyi
I J. BURTON. R H. HOWEY.
Ëx-Keceiver U. S. Land Office. Notary Public.
BURTON & HOWEY.
Land Attorneys,
Room 13 Sanford A Evans' Block. Special at
tention given to contested claims, titles, and
conveyancing:. _____ __ d.twly-je5
E. S. KELLOGG, M. D.
Snrgeon and Homoeopathic Physician.
HELENA. MONTANA.
Gives special attention to diseases of the EYE
EAR, THROAT and CHEST. Also, A
Ch ronic Disr.»»e». dAwlv-augll
DR. NI. ROCKMAN,
Physician. Surgeon, Accoucheur, Oc
cnlist and Anrlst.
Member of San Francisco Medical Society, a'so
Nevada State Medical Society.
Office—Galen building, Helena. Montana. Con
sultations In German and English. d«kWtf-o26
Geo. K. Reeder. Robert J. Walker.
Office of City Engineer.
REEDER & WALKER,
u
Mines surveyed and patents obtained. Surveys
and maps of underground workings. Farms sur
veyed and ditches run. Blue printing and fine
draughting a specialty.
Brown's Building, Warren street, next to Audi
tor's office. dAw]y-ap23_
ASSAY OFFICE AND CHEMICAL
LABORATORY.
BRADE* & WISSMAN.
(U. S. Assayers.)
Pärchen*» Building, cor. Main street
"and Broadway: entrance on Brond*
" way.
Office Hours : 3 to 6 p. m. Samples for assay
can be left at tiie U. S. Assay Office, corner Broad
way and Warren street. d<4wly-jdl5
Assayers and Chemists.
LEE & RUFF,
Gold and Silver....................................91.25
Lead.........................................................SOct»
Main street, next Grand Central Hotel. P. O.
Box 422. d*wly-oct7
A»i>yAam Ta uglit.
POPE & O'CONNOR,
DRUGGISTS,
Offer in quantities to suit, As
sayers and Mill Supplies,
Cyanide Potassium, Plum
bago.
PORTLA ND C EMENT.
A fine line of Fancy Goods just
opened up, suitable for presents
and the Holiday Trade. An in
spection solicited.
POPE & O'CONNOR.
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This powder never varie-. A marvel of purity
strength and whoiesomeness. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in
cans. Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall St.,
New York. _____
From 115 lbs. to 161 lbs.
To the Cuticura Remedies I owe
My Health, My Happiness,
and My Life.

A day never passes that I do not think and
speak kindly of the Cuticura Remedies. Seven
years ago, all of a dozen lumps formed on my
neck, ranging in size from a cherry stone to an
orange. The large ones were frightful to look
at. and painful to bear; people turned aside when
they saw me, in disgust, and 1 was ashamed to
he on the street or in society. Physicians and
their treatment, and all medicines failed to do
any good. In a moment of despair I tried the
Cuticura Remedies — Cuticura, the great Skin
Cure, and Cuticura Soap, an exquisite Skin
Beaulilier. externally, and Cuticura Rksolven r,
the new Blood Purifier, internally; the small
lumps (as 1 eall them) gradually disappeared,
and the large ones broke, in about two weeks,
discharging large quantities ot matter, leaving
two slight sears in my n«ek Unlay to tell the
story of my suffering. My weight then was one
hundred and fifteen sickly pounds; my weight
now is one hundred ami sixty-one solid, healthy
pounds, and my height is only five feet five
inches. In my travels I praised the Cuticura
Remedies, North, South, East, and West. To
Cuticura Remedies I owe my health, my hap
piness, and my like. A prominent New York
druggist asked me the other day, "Do you still
use the Cuticura Remedies: you look to be in
perfect health ?" My reply was. "I do, and shall
always. I have never known what sickness is
since I commenced using the Cuticura Keme
die:s." Sometimes I am laughed at by praising
them to people not acquainted with their merits,
but sooner or later they will come to their senses
and believe the same as those that use them, as
dozens have whom I have told. May tlie tune
come when there shall be a large Cuticura Sup
ply House in every city in the world, for the
lienelit of humanity, v here the Cuticura Rkme
dies shall he sold only, so that there will be
rarelv a need of ever entering a drug store.
M. HUSBANDS.
P. O. Box 1697. New York. N. Y,
Cuticura Remedies are a positive cure for
every form of Skin and Blood Dist*aseg. from
Pimples to Scrofula. Sold every where. Price:
Cuticura, 50c.; Soap. 25c; Ke:solvknt, 81.00.
Prepared bv the Potter Drug and Chemical
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DIMPLES. Blackheads. Skin Blemishes and
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UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Paid up Capital ■ $250,000
Surplus & Profits, - 60,000
DIRECTORS.
C. A. BROADWATER, • - President
A. G. CLARKE, - - • Vice-President
E. SHARPE.........Cashier
S. E. ATKINSON,.................. Assî. Cashier
8. C. ASHBY. HERMAN GANS.
B. F. POTTS. H. F. GALEN.
N. H. WEBSTER. S. H. CROUNSE.
C. W. CANNON. K. B. HARRISON.
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Does a General Banking business. Sells Foreign
Drafts and Passage Tickets. Pays interest on
Time and Saving Deposits. Collections
receive prompt and Faithful Attention.
Has a Savings Department.
THE ONLY
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Chas. K. Col*, Chris. Kenck.
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Notice to Miners and Vine Owners.
SAMUEL I. SILVERMAN
HAS REOPENEL IN HIS
NEW WORKS,
Near N. P. Freight Depot. Capacity
Sixty Tons per «lay.
And is ready to sample all ores at short notice.
We claim tkat ore delivered at our works will
NET MORE CASH
Than by shipping East or West, and be obliged
to wait foi the money from 20 to 40 days.
SAM'L I. SILVERMAN,
Mana ger at Works. w6m-myl
W ANTED.—A live, energetic man, to repre
sent us. $75 per month, and expenses.
Goods staple; every one buys; outfit and par
ticulars free.
STANDAR D SILVER WARE CO., Bostoin_
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ticles to select from as premiums. Send for Il
lustrated Price and Premium List. Special
Offer : to every tenth person that answers tin's
advertisement, we wili send free one pound of
choice Tea. Address
NAT'L. TEA & COFFEE CO.. Boston, M»««.
THOMAS ECKLES, M. D.
HOMOBOPAT TTTHiT.
Office on Grand atmet. d*wtf-dec20
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
" do hereby certify that we supervise the ar
rangements for all ihe Monthly and Quarterly
Drawings of The Louisiana Hate Lo'tery Company,
and in person manage and control the Drawings
themselves, and that the same are conducted with
honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward all Par
ties, and we authorise the Company to use this certifi
cate, with facsimiles of our signatures attached, in
ts advertisements ."
u
Commissioners.
We, the undersigned Banks and Bankers, will pa*
all Prises drawn in The Louisiana State Lotteries
which mag be presented at our counters.
J. H. OGLESBY, Pres. Louisiana Nat'l Bk.
J. W. KILBRETH, Pres. State Nat'l Bank.
A. BALDWIN, Pres. New Orleans Natl Bk.
NPRECEBKNTEI» ATTRACTION !
Over Hull'n Million Distributed
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated in 1868 for 25 years by the Legis
ture for Educational anil Charitable purposes—
with a capital of 81.003,000—to which a reserve
fund of over $550,000 lias since lieen added.
By an overwhelming popular vote its franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitu
tion adopted December 2d. A. D. 1879.
It» Single Grand Number Drawing»
will take place monthly. It never scales or post
pones. Ixiok at the following Distribution :
199th Grand Monthly
and the
EXTRAORDINARY QUARTERLY DRAWING
In the Academy ol Mn»ie, New Orleans,
Tnesday. December 14. 1KS«.
Under the personal surpervision and manage
ment of
Geu. G. T. BEAUEEGARD, of La., and
Gen. JUBAL A. EAELY, of Virginia.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
«-Notice.—Ticket» are Ten Dollar»
only Halve».*.». Fifths. #2. Tenth» SI.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE OF {150,000.....$150.000
1 GRAND PRIZE OK 50,000...... 50.000
1 GRAND PRIZE OF 20,000...... 20,000
2 LARGE PRIZES OF 10,000...... 20.000
4 LARGE PRIZES OF 5,000...... 20.000
20 PRIZES OF 1000...... 20,000
.. 500...... 25,000
100 *» :Jou...... 30,000
«no » 2<*l...... 40,000
Jno HO...... 60,000
J 000 " 50...... 50,000
APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
100 Approximation Prizes of $200...... 20,000
100 " " 100 10,000
100 " " "3 7,500
2,279 Prizes, amounting to........................$522,500
Application for rates to clubs should be made
onlv to tiie office of thecompany in New Orleans.
For further information write clearly, giving
full address. POSTAL NOTES, Express Mon
ey Orde-s, or New York Exchange in ordinary
ietter. Currency by Express (at our expense)
addressed
M. A. DAUPHIN.
New Orleans, I.a.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
Washington. D. C.
Make P. 0. Moneylriers payaUle and ad
dress Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK.
Newr Orleans, La.
ml SCHOOL OF MS.
GOLDEN, COLORADO
Fall Term Begins Sept. 29, 1881».
Complete courses in
; CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERING-.
3peclal course« lu
Assaying, Cliçüal Analysis aM Sr
nm.
The Laboratories Away Booms for
practical instrnctioi:; a fè the most com
plete of any in the West
TUITION l'ILßE
For catalogue address
BEGIN OHAITYENET. Presiden t._
Urssüne CoHvent of the Holy Family
At Saint I*eter*s Mission near Fort
Nliaw, M. T.,
WILL REOPEN ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. iST.
This institution is situated in one of the most
beautiful locations in Montana, under the direc
tion of the Ursuline Nuns, for tiie purpose of
affording the young girls every advantage for
obtaining a solid and useful education.
Tuition free Board SU) j>cr mouth. For further
particulars address
MOTHER SUPERIOR,
w2m-aug5 Fort Shaw. M. T
Si. Peter s Mission Boarding School
For Boys.
Under the Direction «1 the Fattier» of
I lie .Society of Je»n».
WILL REOPEN ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1ST.
The object of this institution is to afford means
of a solid, moral, mental and physical education
to boys.
Tuition free. Board $10 per month. For further
particulars apply to
REV. J. DAMIANI, S. J., Ft. Shaw, M. T.
w2in -aug5
&
MANHOOD
RESTORED
The reason that Thousands cannot get cured of
BE MIX Alt WKAXBKSS, LOSS OF MAX
IIOOD, and the result of al>use, disease or excesses,
is otfing to a complication called PROS TA TOR
DUE A. DR. LIEBIG'S IS VIGORATOR is
the OSL I'curefor PROS TA TOR RUE A. Price.
Y'.flO per package, 6 packages. 810.00. Guide to
iealth and Self-Analyst sent free. Address LIE
Ht? DISPENSA Rl'for Diseaset of Men ,
400 Geary St.. Sr- Francisco. Cal.
IBSfcPAPER
A book of 100 pages.
Tiie best book for an
advertiser to consult,
'DTIOIIIA be lie experienced or
iKiloIN y otherwise. It contains
-.Tu " > lists of newspapers and
estimates of the cost of advertising. The adver
tiser who wants to spend one dollar, finds in it
the information he requires, while for him who
will invest one hi udred thousand dollars in ad
vertising, a scheme is indicated which will meet
his every requirement, or can be made to do so
by slight changes easily at rived at by correspon
dence. One hundred and fifty-three editions
have been Issued. Sent, post-paid, to any ad
dress for 10 cents. Apply to GEO. P. ROWp*x
6l CO., NEWSPAPER ADVERTISE'or BU
REAU 10 Spruce Street, (Printing House'Square,)
New York. diwlv-ianll
dAwly-janll
O Tlic BUYERS' GUIDE 1«
leaned Sept, and March,
each year. tti m 312 pages,
8^xJl'o indie«,with o ver
3,500 Ulasiraticns — a
whole Picture Gallery.
GIVES Wholesale Prices
direct t° con'turners on all goods for
personal or falMi> «ce. Tells how to
order, and gives exact cost of every
thing yon use, eat, drink, wear, or
have fan with. These INVALUABLE
BOOKS contain Information gleaned
from the markets of the world. We
will mail a copy FREE to any ad
dress upon receipt of 10 ets. to defray
expeusr of mailing. Let us hear from
you. Respectfully,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
hiT & 22U \>*aba»li Avenue» ChicuKO* l||.
A nm-vr Send sit cents for postage, an rtrocelrf
Il UUI ML free, a costly box of goods which wii
4 rni/L help all, of either sex, to more monoj
• ■ right away than anything else in thi*
•orld.% Fortunes await the workers absolutely auro
t once address TKl'E £ CO., Augusta, Maims* '
Live Stock Heaflparters
Of Montana.
m
m
IMPORTED
Clydesdale, Percheron Norman,
English Draft and Standard Bred
Trotting Horses on hand and for
sale. Also, a choice large lot of
High Grade Young Stallions on
hand.
FOR QUALITY. PEDIGREE, AND
PRICE, WE DEFY COMPETITION.
Roadsters and Work Horses for
sale. Visitors welcome. Circu
lars free. Correspondence solic
ited.
HUNTLEY & CLARK.
ToHton, y. P. K. R.. Forty Mile» F.ast of
Helen». wly-mhl8
A. M HOLTER & BRO
DEALERS IN
HARDWARE
Mechanics' Tools, Mill Supplies, Belt
ing, Brass Goods and Pipe Fitings,
Battery Screen, Steel Wheel
barrows, Iron, Steel, Pipe
and Heavy Hardware.
Disston's Celebrated Circular Saws,
and Rival Steam Boiler Feed Pumps.
Agents for Atlas Engines and Boilers,
and Leffel Double Turbine Water
Wheels. Catalogues Furn
ished on application.
ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS,
STORE FRONTS, ETC.
wyl-angld
DON'T SHOOT!
But If you do, »ave money by buying
the be»t good» at the
HELENA ARMORY!
SPECIALTIES:
Sharpe'.«, Winchester,
Marlin and Ballard
Rifle.«; Parker, Colt's
and Remington Breeeli
and Muzzle Loading
Shot Guns; Mervin «V
Hulbert, Colt's und S. A
W. Revolvers.
Wholesale and retail dealer in Arms, Ammuni
tion, Tobaccos, Cigars. Fruits, notions, etc.
dlyqanl M. SII.VEBMAN.__
; I > I <. MINT4K,
tue SPECIlLläii
! *"• "*»•**»'",*«» CM.
* ...KAT3 all Chronic, Special and Privat*
Diseases with Wonderful Success,
: THE GREA T ENG LISH REMEDY I
is a certain cure for ner
vous Debility, Lost
Manhood, Prostatof
hoea, and all the evil
«fleets ot youthful follies
and excesses, and in
DRINKING INTOXICATING
LIQUORS. DR.MINTIE,
who is a regular physi
cian, graduate of the
University of Pennsyl
vania, wiil agree to for
_______ feit Î500 for a ease of this
kind the Vi l Restorative (under his gpecia
advice and treatment) will not cure. SI.50 a hot
tie, or four times the quantity S5, sent to any ad
dress on receipt of price, or C. O. D. in private
name if desired , by I)R. MINTIE, 11 Kearny
St., S. F., Cal. Send for list of questions and
pamphlet.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE
will be sent to any one applying by letter, stat
ing symptoms, sex and age. Sti let secrecy in re
gard to all business transactions dawlv-mv?
DR. JORDAN'S
m of
731 Market Street.
G I O AND LE « UN HOW to avoid
T disease, and how wonderfully
■ - .. ., - you are made. Private oflice, 211
G U Geary street. San Francisco. Con
sultation of i/ost Manhood and all Diseases of
Men. AS-Send for catalogne. wly-nov5
LOST
^ICOR
Fxhauiti'il Vitality, N e n ou*
l> c b II I t y, and WuhLiicmm*« In
rc-iultm^ from K*«eases, cured
without Stomach Medication by
thi' Mur«ton Itolu«.
Scaled Rook seur tor 2 stamp-.
Ilantton Kcmctiy Co., I Î* l*:irk Place. New ^ «irk.
LEGAL BLANKS.
FOR THE USE OF
lawyers, justices of the peace, conveyan
cers, SURVEYORS, AGENTS, OWERS AND LESSORS
OK REAL ESTATE, ETC.
(CUT THIS OUT FOR REFERENCE.)
THE HERALD 1ms in stock tiie following
blanks. They are neatly printed on good paper,
with red ruling for a border. The forms have
bee 1 carefully prepared by a lawyer, are in eon
jrmity with the statutes of the* Territory, and
are applicable to any county in Montana. '
DISTRICT COURT BLANKS.
Per doz. Per 100
Notice of Appeal........................50
Undertaking on Appeal.............50
AO', ord. and notice for wit..........75
Subpccna.....................................35
Summons............... 50
Und. on claim and delivery.........50
Writ of attachment.................. .50
Und. on attachment...................50
Affidavit for attacqmcnt.............50
Aff. publication summnos..........75
Ord. publication summons..........50
Deposition...................................75
Execution...................................35
Summons for juror......................35
JUSTICES COURT BLANKS.
Warrant of arrest.......................50
Writ of attachment......................35
Und. on attachment....................35
Affidavit for attachment.............50
Subpcena..........................35
Summons.............. .35
Summons for juror............. 35
S3 00
REAL ESTATE BLANKS'
Bond for deéu
Quit claim deed.............
Warranty deed...............
Bargain ami sale deed....
Lease..............................
Mortgage ......................
Assignment of mortgage
Mechanics leiu„,............
MINING BLANKS.
Notice of loca'Itm fqtiartz.......
Deed of raining claim.................
Application for patent...............
.ol
.50
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.50
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MICELLANEOUS BLA NKS.
Sheriff sale.....................................
Bounty certificate (wild animals) !ôo
Certificate of Incorporation.........75
Bond...........................................so
Acknowledgements...........
Chattel mortgage............ 73
Bill of sale......."......................... -5
Power of attorney............... .50 _
A discount of ten per cent, made on orders
amounting to 85. and twenty-five per cent, on
orders amounting to 810 orov'er.
Postage prepaid on all orders. Special forms
of any blanks made to order at low prices.
Cheek and money orders to he made payable to
FISK HIIOS. Helena, Mont.
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