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A NEW THEORY ABOUT FO7D. A German physician has started a new theory with regard to food. He maintains that both the vegetarians and the meat eat ers are on the wrong track. Vegetables are not more wholesome than meat nor meat than vegetables, and nothing is gained by consuming a compound of both. Whatever nutritive qualities they may possess, he says, are destroyed in a great measure, and often by the process of cooking. All food should be eaten raw. If this practice were adopted there would be little or no illness among human beings. They would live their apportioned time and simply fade away, like animals in a wild state, from old age. Let those affected with gout, rheuma tism, and indigestion, try for a time the effct of a simple, uncooked diet, such as oysters and fruit for instance, and they will find all medicine unnecessary and such a rapid improvement of their health that they 'will forswear all cooked articles of food at once and forever. Intemperance would also, it is urged, no longer be the curse of civilized communities. The yearning for drink is caused by the unnatural abstraction from what are termed "solids" of the aque ous element they contain-uncooked beef, for example, containing from 70 to 80 per cent., and some vegetables even a larger proportion of water. There would be less thirst, and consequently less desire to drink if our' food were consumed in its natural state without being first subjected to the action of fire. FUNGI IN MAN. The human ear is sometimes attacked by a disease which shows itself in the form of a running sore; in many cases the tympa num is destroyed and hearing lost before the nature of the malady is discovered. The disease is due to the growth of a microscopic plant or fungus of the Aspergillub family. It especially thrives when, from any cause, the secretion of wax in the ear is stopped or hindered. The microscope is a valuable assistant in the discovery of this fungus. Consumption, the most disastrous malady that afflicts humanity, is now said to be caused by a yeast plant that flourishes in the blood. The presence of this fungus in the blood is readily shown by the micro scope, and now forms the subject of careful study among physicians. Dr. Ephraim Cutter, M. D., of Boston, Mass., has devoted much labor to this sub-' ject, and, we understand, has recently pro. duced micro-photographs of the fungus with 'olles' remarkable 1-75 objective. We believe that Dr. James H. Salisbury, of Cleveland. Ohio, was among the earliest tq detect and describe this curious yeast plant of the blood. T. B. SMILEY. ROBT. BARNES. , Farmers' Stable. LOWER MAIN STREET, HELENA, MON'f'ANA. 1SMILE_" . & UBARNE, PROPRIETORS. Keep a First-class Feed and Livery Stable HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE, ,Fairbanks' Scales for weighing Hay, Grain and Live Stock. Charges Reasonable. Give us a Call. July 1O-4--tf. C. S. KELLY, D. D. S. DENTIST. Broadway . Helena. APUCIAuLTY: Co ecting irregularities of the Natu. ral eeth, restoi i decayed parts with Porcelain and Gold; makin pArtificial Teeth with continuous Porcelain Gum. 41-ly AY MARKET AND FEED STABLE JOSEPH HORSIKY, Proprietor. itWxtlC MAIN STREET, HELENA. Accommodations for A&L KLNDS AND ANY NUMBER OF STOCK Is prepared to COMPETE WITH ANY STABLE IN THE CITY. BAS FAIRBANKS' BAY SALES. I have 0 sacres of the hest bay lead in Prickly Pear Valley, six miles from town, from which I get aJl my hay. New Rail Route EAST, WEST OR SOUTH, VIA THE UNION PACIFIC and UTAH AND NORTHERN RIAILROAD. Pullman Palace Cars, Steel Track, and Finest Equipment in all Respects. Montanians contemplating a trip to the East or the Pacific 'toast are reminded that stage travel has been reduced 120 miles in 1878, and that the gap is constantly narrowing through the rapid extension of the Utah and Northern Railroad. The summer of 1879 will see STAGE TIME REDUCED TO FORTY EIGHT HOURS FROM HELENA. VIRGINIA CITY DEER LODGE, BUTTE, And Other Prominent Points in Montana. Save Time, Money and Vexatious Delays By purchasing tickets via the splendidly equipped, the only direct and the only all-the-year route, the UNION PACIFI4I and UTAH AND NORTH ERN RAILROADS. THOS. L. KIMBALL, Gen. Passenger and Ticket Agent, U. P. R. R., Omaha, Nebraska. SIGN OF THE BIG BOOT. NICK MILLEN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Boots, Shoes, Leather and Findings, HELENA, MONTANA. My stock for the wholesale and retail trade is VERY LARGE AND COMPLETE And consists of the best and largest assortment of Ladies' Misses' and Children's French Kip, Pebble Goat, Morocco, Cloth and Calfskin Shoes. Men's Custom-made French and Kip Boots Kept constantly on hand, Also, GUM BOOTS. My stock being purchased exclusively for cash, enables me to offer extra inducements in the way o0 .ow nriceb. Feb. 11-tf. G. A. KELLOGG, United States Deputy Mineral Surveyor. HELENA, - - - MONTANA O for our NEW PRICE LIST. More complete than ever. Contains descriptions of every thing required for peerona' or family pith ovr 000 Irtratbons.ut Septembe nine let or Ult tmpsw .) aSg at wholele prices in qauanit.es to suitthe pur chaser. The only.Insttutonin merica who msnae t} heeir sjeoa business. ..addres. ] OAKWAN D *O NEW IMPORTATION FROM FRANCE CONSISTING OF 40 Head of Horses Will arrive about September let, 1879. 1M. W. DTINI A.'S L OAKLAND STUD OF PERERCEROH1ORIAN HORSES WINNERS OF THE Grand Prises in Europe and America. Awarded Grand Medals by the French Govern ment, and also Grand Medal, Diploma and speclal report at the Centennial Exhibition, 1876. The LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE establishment of the kind in America. Since 1872 it has been replenished by 166 Imported Mares and Stallions. ly J" My Catalogue, with history of the breed, et sentfree. IM. W. DUNHAM 10-6. Wayne, Du Page Co., AI. WV M. M. PRCE & COMPANY No.14 SOUTH COMMERCIAL STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO. COMMISSION AGENCY MISSOURI STATE GRANGE (Bonded in the sum of $100,000. Manufacturers of THE GRANGE WAGON, Light Spring Wagons and Buggies, the highest prices obtained for Wool, Hides, Furs and Robes. Prompt attention given to the purchase of FAMILY AND FARM SUPPLIES, AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY, ETC., ET%. Send for printed instructions and reduced price list for 1879, 5-1 y. Annual Fair I --OF THE M. A., M. ., M. A. To commence at HELENA, - - - MONTANA, Monday, September 29th, 1879. IMMENSE ATTRACTIONS! NEW GRAND STAND! NEW STOCK SHEDS! NEW IMPROVEMENTS! Increasad Premiums andl Purses! TOTAL AMOUNT OFFERED, $10,500. Prograemme : MONDAY. At 2 P. M -Running race, three-quarter mile dash. Purse, $200-$150 to the first and $50 to the second horse. At 3 P. M.-Trotting race, mile heats, best three in five for horses that have never, beaten 2:40. Purse, &200-$150 to the first and $50 to the second horse. At 4 P. M.-Runningrace for two-year, olds, half mile dash. Purse, $125-$100 to the first and $25 to the second horse. TUESDAY. At 2 p. m.-Trotting race, for three-year-olds, mile heats, best two in three. Purse $20--$150 to the first and $50 to the second. At 2:45 p. m.-Running race, half mile dash. Purse $200--$150 to the first and $50 to the second horse. At 3:30 p. m.-Running race, mile heats, best two in three, for a citizens' purse of $1,000-$700 to the first. $200 to the second and $100 to the third horse. WEDNESDAY. At 11 A. M.-Great 100-Mile Race against Time, for a Purse of $1000. MR. W. V. SMITH, the acknowledged champion long distance rider of the world has matched himself to accomplish the feat of riding 100 miles in the fast time of four hours and twenty minutes, for a purse of $1000 in case the above time should be beaten by Mr. Smith. He will use 20 horses, and will change horses each and every mile. At 3:45 p. m.-Running race 600 yards dash. Purse 2$00-$150 to the first and $50 to the second horse. At 4:80 p. m.-Runningrace, mile dash. Purse, $250-$200 to the first and $50 to the second horse. THURSDAY. At 2 p. m.-Running race, one and one-half mile dash. Purse, three hundred dollars-two hundred and twenty-five to the first and seventy-five to the second horse. At 3 p. m.-Stallion trotting race, mile heats, best three in five. Purse, five hundred dollars three hundred and fifty to the first, one hundred to the second and fifty to the third horse. At 4:30 p. m.-Running race, three-quarter mile dash. Purse, two hundred dollars-one hundred and fifty to the first and fifty dollars to the second horse. FRIDAY. At 2 p. m.-Running race one and one-quarter mile dash. Purse, two hundred and fifty dollars two hundred to the first and fifty to the second horse. At 3 p. m.-Running race, mile heats, best three in five. Purse, one thousand dollars-seven hun dred to the first, two hundred to the second and one hundred to the third horse. At4 p. m.--Runniug race, half mile heats, best two in three. Purse three hundred dollars--two hundred and fifty to the first and fifty to the second horse. I SATURDAY. At9 p. m.--Handicap race, mile dash. Purse five hundred dollars--four hundred to the first and one hundred to the second horse. At 3 p. m --Trotting race mileheats, best three in S re. Purse, five hundred dollars--fourhundred to the first and one hundred to the second horse. At 4p' mr.--Running race for beaten horses, mile dash, for a consolation purseof one hundred and twenty-five dollars--one hundred to the fMrst and twenty-five to the second horse. SW.A. CHESSMAN, Pruident. C. G. RQ.aOLDS, Sec'y. September 4-42-4. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. The Most Attractive Pleasure Re sort in Montana. A HEALING ASYLUM FOR THE AFFLICTED. Old Chronic Diseases treated with medial sk ill, and permanent cures effected. Wit. Parberry, M. D., Resident P'hysiclin. Board, a'nd fees for medical attendance, reason able. Terms, Cash. SPENCER BROS., 34-tf Proprietors. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL HELENA, MONTANA. Unexcelled cuisine, unobtrusive provision for tt.4 gratification of its patrons, convenient, spacious and airy rooms, and kept scrupulously clean, are some of the chief characteristics of this justly pe ular hotel. RINDA & SKLOWER, Props. 28-Tv TVDM. STIPE. Clerk. RADER'S RANCH, NEAR CAMP BAKER. JOE STEPHENS & BRO. Proprietors First-class accommodations for man . nd beast. The public are respectfully invited to call. s AMERICAN MERLNO SHEEP. J. Bell. J. BELL & SON, i R. . Breeders of and Dealers in Thoroughbred Sheep of the purest and most desirable strains, Brighton Ills. Correspondence solicited. Orders for .stoe will receive our prompt attention Sheep deliver t ed at the terminus of the Utah & Northern railroad 0 at from $14 to $25 per head. d 23-tf. A GOOD PLAN Anybody can learn to make money rapidly ope rating in stocks, by the two unerring rules for suc cess, in Messrs. Lawrence & Co.'s new circular. The combination method which the firm has made so successful, enables people with large or small e means to reap all the benefits of largest capital and r best skill. Thousands of orders, in various sums, n are pooled in one vast amount and co-operated as as mighty whole, thus securing to each shareholder all the advantages of the largest operator. Im mense profits are divided monthly. Any amount from $5 to $5,000 or more, can be used successtfully N. Y. Baptist Weekly, September 26 1878 says, "By the combination system $15 would make $75, or.5 per cent.; $50 pays $350, or 7 per cent.; $100 makes $1,000, or ten per cent. on the stock, during the month, according to the market-" Frank Les lie's Illustrated Newspaper, June 29th. " The e combination method ot operating stocks is the most successful ever adopted." New York Inde. e pendent, Sept. 12th: ''The combination system is founded upon correct business principles and no person need be without an income while it is kept working by Messrs. Lawrence & Co" Brooklyn o Journal, April 29th: "Our editor made anetprotlt of $101.25 from $20 in one of Messrs. Lawrence & e Co.'s combinations." New circular (mailod free) d explains everything. Stocks and bounds wanted. d Government bonds supplied. Lawrence & Co., Bankers, 57 Exchange Place, N. Y. 32-2m nr An Unparalled Offer. Even in these'hard times, the offer of a b'.autfult ' oil Chromo, 14x18 Inches, to be sent by mail, post e paid, for 25 cents, is unparalleled. This picture a - a genuine work of art, and is an ornament to any d home, however richly furnished; while to those whose means will not allow the purchase of cost t lier works, this affords an opportunity to secure a o beautiful picture at a very small cost. This picture d is only sold at this low price to introduce our goods and as the supply is limited, those wishing coplts should send at once. Remnmberl only a few cop ea les left. Price, 25 cents; $1.75 a dozen. U. 6, d postage stamps taken. Address, Hl.ENRy A. KIDDeR, in P. O.'box 2143, Boston, Mam. to COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL. IAd SaJuL, SCHWB. EDWARD I. ZxxxlY IA . Nos. 8 and 89 Main Street, HELENA, - - MONTANA.