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London, September 13.—A dispatch has been received at the Admiralty office from the commander of the British steam sloop Daphne announcing the capture in the In dian Ocean, near the Seychette Islands, of a slave ship upon which there had been horri ble suffering. The small-pox had raged on the ship, and out of 300 slaves taken on board, 250 had died. The remaining fifty were terribly emaciated by disease and want London, September 15.—Dispatches from Australia report a great fire in Auckland, New Zealand. Fifty-eight buildings were destroyed, and the total loss is estimated at | 200 , 000 . AUSTRIA. Vienna, September 15.— Prince Charles Esterhazy, only son of the late Prince Ester- hazy, an Austrian statesman, has committed suicide. - ^ ♦< i^i » w - FRANCE. Pakis, September 15.—A dispatch from Havre announces the death, near that city, of the Duke de Riansores, husband of Queen Christione, of Spain. !tfw York Mews« New York, September 12.—An immense crowd visited the Capitoline grounds, Brook lyn, this afternoon to witness the departure of the big balloon for Europe. The infla tion commenced early in the morning and continued till ten minutes past four, when the balloon suddenly swayed to the north, ripped half way round with a great tearing sound, and fell flat upon the ground. The immense volume of gass which had been pumped into it—nearly 400,000 feet—escaped at the same moment, nearly suffocating those who stood on the inside. Inspector Folk, Mr. Goodsell, and Police Commissioner Briggs had but an instant before shifted their positions to the eastward, and thus escaped being buried in the netting and canvass. The crowd made a general rush over the ropes with the inten tion of tearing up the canvass into small pieces and carrying them off as mementoes, but the strong force of police on the ground charged and drove them back. Mr. Stiner, who had contracted to fill the balloon, said that it would be folly to attempt another in flation, as the bag was not made of the proper material, so the enterprise is abandoned for the present. List of Papers Perioiicals.Magazines,etc FOR SALE BY JOHN T. WARD, POST orFICE BUILDING, HELENA, M. T. Weekly Publications Received: Appleton's Journal. Days' Doings. Sporting Times. Every Saturday. Leslie's Chimney Corner. Leslie's Illust. Newspaper. Leslie's Illust. German " Leslie's German Zeitung. Leslie's Bovs and Girls. Harper's Bazaar. Harper's Weekly, Ladies' Journal.' Illustrated Police News. Illustrated Peerless. New York Clipper. New York Ledger. New York Weekly. Irish American. New York Nation. New York Tribune. New York Times. New York World. New York Sun. New York Democrat New' York Herald. Fireside Companion. Saturday Night. Scientific American. Moore's Rural New Yorker Saint Louis Democrat Saint Louis Republican. Chicago Tribune. Chicago Times. Louisville Courier-Journal Cincinnati Commercial i Cincinnati Enquirer, i New Varieties, i Wild Oats. Vlonthl y Publication» Received: Harper's Monthlv. Scribner's Monthly. Atlantic Monthlv. Overland Monthly. Eclectic Monthly' Galaxy Monthly. Every Saturday Monthly. Budget of Fun Monthly. B 1 " Any of the above forfl 50 per quarter ; f3 for six months. Leslie's Ladies' Magazine. Peterson's Ladies' " Demorest's Ladies' Godey's Ladies' " Ladies' Friend " Phrenological Journal. Plea-*ant Hours. Young Ladies' Journal. Otber Publications. Wilkes' Spirit f2 per quarter. Alta California, f2 per quarter. San Francisco Bulletin, $2 per quarter. Sacramento Union, f2 per quarter. San Francisco Examiner, per quarter. Monthly Waverly, $2 per quarter. Monthly Chimney Corner, 92 per quarter. New York Courier (French) $2 per quarter. Weekly Territorial Enterprise. $2 per quarter. Illustrated London News, ft per quarter. London Graphic,f6 per quarter. London Times, |6 per quarter. nr All of the above papers mailed regularly to sub scribers. in or out of the Territory, at the above prices. All subscriptions must be paid in advance, and will invariably be discontinued at the end of the time paid for. wly-frIT _ JOHN T. WARD. PLANING HILL, Sash, Door ami Blind Factory. SHAFFER & YERGY, Proprietors. LOWER MAIN ST., HELENA, Manufactore to Order aad keep Con« Ml a II tl y on Hand * Supply off Doors, Mlinds and Sash, from the best of Seasoned Lumber. Having only First-cla»» Steam Power Machinery— the beet in the Territory—we are prepared to do better work and at more reasonable rates than an; other firm in Helena. All kind.« of lumber dressed on the shortest notice. Also, all kinds of Wood Taming and Scrowi awing Moulding* of every description kept constantly an band. Contracta made for building and improving property, and all work guaranteed to be done in an expeditious and skillful manner. Call and examine our recently imported labor-saving machiner}, and j*k will better understand the facili ties \*e have for dg&j.» Jmt-class work at the most d6raje25Jtwly has a on on at FEED. GAMER SUCCESSOR TO J. P. FINK & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN BOOTS & SHOES Just received, and constantly on hand, a fine assort ment of Ladies' and Misses' shoes, gaiters, slippers, etc., comprising all of the latest styles and novelties. The ladies are especially invited to call and inspect the stock. Gentlemen's fine sewed and pegged boots constantly on hand. Also, a toll assortment of French kip boots for farmers, miners, etc. The especial attention of dealers is directed to my large stock of Leather and Findings, Boot Legs, Shoe and Gaiter Uppers. My stock of heavy, serviceable boots for Miners, Farmers and Laborers, is the most complete ever brought to the Territory. tyRubber goods, for Miners, warranted the best manufactured, m* Thankful for the liberal patronage extended while I waa a member of the firm of J. P. Fink A Co., I would respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. d<fcw6m-augll FRED. GAMER N. MILLEN. H. J. B08ENCRANS. MILLEN & ROSENCRANS. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in BOOTS & SHOES, L Leather Findings AND RUBBER GOODS, At the old stand of Gurney d ■ Co., sign of the BIG 1 BOOT MAIN STREET, HELENA, Iff. T, Respectfully solicit a share of the Wholesale and Retail Trade of the Territory. We hope by liberal dealing, low prices, and strict attention to business, to jive entire satisfaction to our customers. Call on us >efore purchasing elsewhere. wtf-feb20] MILLEN A ROSENCRANS. SPECIAL ÏUV0MG& -4 \ * VANILLA* LEMON, ETC*, For Flavoring Ice Oreaja, Cakes & Pastry. ♦ With great care, by a new process, we extract from the true, select Fruits and Aromatics, each characteristic flavor, and produce Flavorings of rare excellence. Of great strength and perfect purity. No poisonous oils. Every flavor as rep resented. No deceit—each bottle full measure , holding one-half more than others purporting to hold same quantity. Use them once , will use no other. The most delicate , delicious flavors ever made. So superior to the cheap extracts. Ask for Dr. Price's Special Flavorings. Man ufactured only by 8TEELE k PRICE. Dépota, CHICAGO sad 8T. LOUIS. Manufacturers of Dr. Priced Cream Baking Powder. REMEDY FREE. We send free a simple and sore means of relf-cnre, for Consumption, Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, Scrof ula, and any disease of the Throat or Langs. Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, Weakness, and all disord er» brought on by youthful imprudence. TUTTLE A CO., dly-rop» _ 78 Nassan Street New York. AGENTS BEAD THIS! Our good« most be sold. We will pay agents a •alary of f95 per week and expenses who engage with ns at once. Steady employment Address . G. W. BODIN* A CO., wlm-aag98 _ Battle Creek, Mich. X. a PAGE. CL S. COL Man PACE » COLEMAN, ATTORNEYS AT, LAW, Offices at RADERSBURG AND BOZEMAN. W01 practice hi all the Courts of Record In Montana _____ <w3in-decl4) _ The Parks Menne. At Radersbnig, Jefferson county, is pronounced to be the best kept notel on the Bozeman Road. Let W. T. McLEOD WM. JACK McLEOD & JACK, lall M, in«, l. T. We would respectfully inform our numerous friends and patrons that in addition to our already large stock on hand, we have Just received the Largest and Most Complete assortment of goods in our line eyer brought to the Territory, consisting of Hardware, Tin«Ware, Glass-Ware, Qaeens-Ware, Wooden-Ware, Pock et and Table Cutlery, Rar Iron anti Steel, Tin-Plate, Sheet-Iron. Hard Wood, Wagon material, Gas Pipe, Carpenters 9 Tools, Black«mithi' Tools, Mails, Hydraulic Hose and Nozzles, Ox Shoes, Toe Calks, Etc. Which we offer at the lowest prices at WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Tin and Sheet Iron Pipe, and all kinds of Tin Ware manufactured on short notice. AGENTS FOR Buck & Wright's Celebrated Cook ing Stoves: "Peerless" and Brilliant; Fillet's "Charter Oak"; Singer's Sewing Machines ; Borden's Mule and Horse Shoes; Northwestern Horse Shoe Nails; Giant Powder, California Fuse. Thankful to our customers for past patronage, we shall endeavor in the future, as in the past, to merit a con tinuance of the same. d&wtf-jelt PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA. Paid in Capital* - $100,000 Authorized Capital, $500,000 We draw Exchange on Deer Lodge. Virginia City, Rozeman, Corinne, Salt Lake CitjvSan Francisco, Omaha, St. Louis, Chicago, and New 1 ork, and all the principal cities of Europe. We are also prepared to give Telegraphic Transfers on either of the above named cities. GEO. W. FOX, President. C. J. LYSTER, Cashier. DIRECTORS': WILLIAM ROE, Esq., of For, Lyster A Roe. NICK MILLEN, of Millen A Rosencrana. ALEX. H. BEATTIE, Clerk District Court HENRY KLEIN, of Gans A Klein. P. T. WILLIAMS, Supt Helena Ditch Company. C. J. LY8TER, of Fox, Lyster A Roe. GKO. W. FOX, ESQ. dAwtf-jylö T. HAUSER President D. C CORBIN . Cash!«. First Rational Bank MAIN STREET, HELENA MONTANA. Designated Depository of the United Stales. GOLD DUST COIN AND BULLION BOUGHT. dAwtf-rr*> North Pacific Hotel, G. W. WAKEFIELD, Proprietor. The above hotel having recently been purchased by Colonel L. ML Black, and refitted and famished in all its departments without regard to cost, is again thrown open to the public. The best of accommoda tions art. afforded, and ander the management of Mr. Wakefield sa ti s f a c tion to all guests is guaranteed. ________d&wtf-nlt OBSTACLES TO MABBIAGE. B.m K.lir« far Iran a., from tbe effects of Errors and Abuses in early life. Manh/wifl restored. Impedimenta to Marriage removed. New method of treatment New and remarkable remedies. Books aad Circulars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION JNa 1 South Nfîwh Street, Philadelphia. Pa..—an Institution ^ reputation for honorable conduct and COAN * TEN BROEKE, CARRIAGE Manufacturing Company, Corner of Ann and West Randolph Streets, CHICAGO, ILL. A Stock of this Company's Celebrated Concord Style and fine Carriagi Work may be found, or orders left at the following points : I. H. ADAMS, - - -. - - Helena, Montana. WILLSON & RICH, - Bozeman, " GEO. A. LOWE,..... Corinne, Utah. SEBREE <fc ROBERTSON, - - - Salt Lake City, " Orders filled through any of the above Agencies at lower rates of freight than given in shipping single job A fine assortment of Hills' Celebrated Concord Harness. d<fc\v6m-mr£i A fine assortment of J. A. CREIGHTON & CO., FORWARDING —AND— COMMISSION MERCHANTS Will give prompt and personal attention to the re ceiving and forwarding of freights to MONTANA AND IDAHO. FREIGHTS PROMPTLY FORWARDED AT THF LOW EST GOING RATES. MARK CONSIGNMENTS CARE "J. A. C. & CO., Corinne, U. T." Ur Franklin Terminas G. N. R. R. AGENTS: Charles G. Reynolds, Helena. Harry d'Acheuil» Deer Lodge. S. R. Rice, Virginia City. Wilson & Rich, Bozeman. Birdseye & Co., Blackfoot. Donne), Clark A Larabie, Pio neer and Silver Bow. Dan'I. C. Welch, Missoula. PRINCIPAL OFFICES. HELENA..........................MONTANA. CORINNE ............................ UTAH FRANÇLIN, on the UTAH NORTHERN* R. R. __ d&wly-janlS MINERAL DEPUTY SUR7EY0R Under the Act of May 10, 1878. WALTER W. JOHNSON Will attend to the survey of Mineral Claims, and will procure Patents at the following rates : PLACER MINES, on surveyed land by legal subdivisions, where parties can famish their own descriptions, *75. On unsurveyed land, where snrvey has to be made under order of the Surveyor General, 8150. LEAD MINES, same rates as for Placers. N. R.—The above rates are for single <*l»lnw and include costa of f ees Survey, office work erf Surveyor General's office- -and advertising. To tbe above will be added traveling expenses where surveys are required to be made at a distance from Helena. Two or more surveys and applications in one locality at less rata. * Parties cam procure Patents cheaper •• abowe, than hy employing inter* mediate Land Agents. Underground and surface surveys of mini», m«d e on » „ short notice. Address -Helena. M. T. __ d&wtf-ly» *ROF. R F. MARSH. *. M MARSH. U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYORS îôfr ^ execute the work reqaired to obtain Patents to Mining C laim, in Montana. WORK bv.JE ON SHORT NOTICE. Address dly-janl3 MARSH Sc. SON, Helena. Montana. &OQA For first-ciam Pianos—Warranted 5 roans.— EwYoit "■**-'*• wly-jeM I860 S* X I S PURELY A YTGETARLE PREPARATION, com posed simply of well-known ROOTS. H E R G 3 end FRUITS, combined with ctkfr prfpertei, which in their nature c e Cvbarti -, /'-e.ieur, >j tritioua. Diuretic. Alterat v f - I o T\? whole ia preserved in a s"Trient < " : r v s; from the SUGAIt C'A.^1 to it«..*»___a-i . *.} climate, which makes the P LAKTATION B one of th" most desirable Ton in, and Cathar tlc-* in the world. They are int ende d strictly as a Temperance Bitters only to be used ca a medicine, and a'.vrays according to directions. They are the sheet-anchor of tbe feeble end debili tated. They act upon a diseased liver, and stimula. 3 to such a degree that a healthy action is at omo brought about. As a remedy to which Wnn\i :i »re especially subject it is superseding every other Stimulant. Asa Spring and Summer*Tonic they have no equal. They are a mild end gratia Purgative as well as Tonic. They Purify the liiocd. S ey are a splendid Appetiser. 1 hey make the weak on g. They purify and invigorate. They cure Dyspepsia, Constipation and D i adache. 7 h< y act as a specific in all species of disorders which nndeimine the bodily strength and break down the animal spirits. rer,ot, 53 Park Place. ! T c'v Vert. summons! In the Probate Court of the Territory* of Montana in and for the county of Lewis aud Clarke. B. C Brooke, plaintiff, versus Vau W. Keen, defendant. Tht people of the Territory of Montana send greeting tc Van W. Keen, defendant: V OU are hereby required to appear in an actiot I brought against yon hy the above named piaintid in the Probate Court of the Territory of Montana, in and for the county of Lewi? and Clarté, aud to answer the complaint filed therein, within ten days (exclusive of the day of service) after the service on you of this summons, if served within this county: otherwise, within ninety days, or judgment by default will be taken against you, according to the praver of said com plaint. The said action is brought to recover the sum of five hundred dollars, money due upon an account for horse hire, provisions, and medical attendance, rendered by this plaintiff to you at vour special instance and re quest, in the Territory of Montana, and you are hereby notified that if yon fail to appear and answer the said complaint as above require«!, the said plaintiff will take judgment by default against you Van W. Keen, defendant, in the sum of five hundred dollars and for costa of this suit. Given ander my hand, and the Seal of the Probate . Court of the Territerv of Montana, in and J g-.. \ for the county of Lewis and Clark«, at the \ I Probate Coart Room of said court, this 2d —' of September, in tbe year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-three. N. HILUER. Probate Judge, and ex-office Clerk of Probate Court Shobeb A Lowebt, attorneys for plaintiff. ._ [wAMcpt) ____ tS la t9A AmuvawunelmNtf* 1 »* 1 «'* 0 : ▼W IN f«" pW, ■fcHbcr ms, you*« or •»<!, w«rk fer m I a ihcir mmm er all Um Mm« »ha« at »uyi'.ia* Jtaa. Particalara fraa. ASdraa- O. Stia— a C*, rarttoH. MONTANA HOT WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. T HE proprietor is amply provided with good acconi' medations for Lodging, Boarding, aiui Bathing at the above celebrated resort, and has separate buiio* tags for families. The Curative Qualities of .the*« Springs have been successfully proved most desirarn* to invalids, and especially in the cure of rheumausm* Their location is oh North Deep Creek, fifteen m»b from Camp Baker, and are easily reached from. H« 1 «* by coach and express, three times a week. '' 'th Biewer as "mine host," his many friends will date the situation of hw quid jtrv quo. Trout tisin « near by, and plenty of game. d Jc w3in-j> -