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Ci-AKKsTox, M. T., June 19, 1874. Messrs. Rus$ol & Constans have struck a rich body of ore in their upper tunnel on the North Pacific lode. They have three feet in width of ore that assays well up into the thousands. F P. Houth, our obliging P. M., has struck good prospects on the Little Sauipson, aud if you can find a man on Ten Mile that isn't glad of it, then it is our treat. Mr. Boyd, Superintendent of the New York Company, is running in splendid ore on the Stanton and Micawber lodes. He has recently commenced the shipment of ore to the States. The Silver («lance Company are sinking a shaft in their tunnel, about two hundred feet from the face thereof. They have a good body of rich ore. and it is improving as they go down. This company have been repair ing the furnace aud making other improve ments to their quartr mill, aud will start up. I learn, in a «lay or two. Messrs. Johnson & Wilson, the latter an old "tyjH»' of the IlKitALooflice, have been working on the Merritt ledge, and have de velope«! a tine looking body of ore. I understand that the American Flag Com pany are about to start up on the lode of that name. They have a large vein of good ore, and w ill probably commence shipping to some of the Eastern reduction works. The Republican primary comes off next Saturday, and Ten Mile will, without doubt, be fully represented in the County Convention, as the l*>ys are determined to do their part to keep old Lewis and Clark on the Lord's side. Hill. ONEIDA SALT!! analysis: Chloride o! sodium (pare salt)-.................. 97.7* Sulphate of soda............................... 1.54 Chloride of calcium............................ 67 Sulphate of magneeia...........................iraoe Total. (Signed) ....................... 100 .» A. SNOWDON PIOGAT. Analytical and Consulting Chemist, No. St South Gay Street, Baltimore, Md.. March ISth, I860. For Familv Lm. for Datnr Pi partindariv for CURING NIK ATS, OMIIDA AALT Is far superior to any Imported Brands. I challenge a comparison of analvsia with any salt lu tho World« For sale by all dealers. dlmAwim-jelT r. WHITE, Propnotor. List of Papers,Peritlicali.Itfuiies,etc FOR SALK BY JOHN T. WARD, HOYT'S BUILDING. MAIN STRUT. HBUENA, MONTANA. Weekly PaUic Appleton's Journal. 1 Hits' Doings. Sporting Times. Every Saturday. Leslie's Chimney Corner. Leslie's Illnst Newspaper. Leslie's I Hast German " Leslie's German Zeitung. Leslie's Bors 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. atlum Mocetred : New York Tribune. New York Times. New York World. New York Bun. 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. . i/ouisrille Conrier-Jonmal 1 Cincinnati Commercial, i Cincinnati Euquircr. I New Varieties. Wiki Oats. Honthly Pnblicutleas Received : Harper's Monthlv. Scribner's Monthly. Atlantic Montblv. Overland Monthly. Kclectic Monthly. Galaxy Monthly. Kvery Saturday Monthly. B udge t of Fun Monthly. fw Anv of the above six months. Leslie's Ladies' Magazine Peterson's Ladies' " Demorest 's Ladies' *• Godev's Ladies' " Ladies' Friend *• Phrenological Journal. Pleasant Hours. Yonne Ladies' Journal, for fl M per quarter ; |8 for Otker Publication». Wilkes* Spirit ft per quarter. Alta California, fl per quarter. San Francisco Bulletin, » per quarter. Sacramento Union, N per quarter. San Francisco Examiner, p per quarter. Monthly Waverly, It per quarter. Monthly Chimney Corner, » per quarter. New York Courier (French) $6 per quarter. Weekly Territorial Enterprise. 9* per quarter. Illustrated London News, |6 per quarter. London Graphic, » per quarter. London Times, $6 per quarter. YWAli of the above papers mailed regularly to sub scriber*. in or out of the Territory, at the above prices. All subscriptions must be ]>aid in advance, ana will invariably he discontinued at the end of the time paid for. wly-jv!7 JOHN T. WARD. PLANING MILL, Sash, Door and Blind Factory. SHAFFER & YERGY, Proprietors. LOWER MAIN ST., HELENA, nannfnrtairc to ONer and keep Can« Maut I y an Hand a Supply af baan, Hlinda «and Sasb, tram the bout af Seasoned Lumber. Having only First-class Steam Power Machinery— the best In the Territory—we are pre|N»rsd to do better work and at mord reasonable ratos than an« other firm in Helena. All kinds of lumber dressed on the shortest notice. Also, all kinds of Wood Turning and Bcmwl ''awing Monldlns* of every description kept constantly on baud. Contracts made . : building and improving property, and all work guaranteed to be done in an expeditions and fdrilltnl manner. Call and examine our recently imported labor-saving machinery, and you will txrtter understand the fadlt i ties we have for doing first-class work at tba most r e a so n able figures. _ d6mu<5jwly REMEDY FREE. We send free a simple and sure means of self-cure 1er Consumption, Bronchitis, Asthma Catarrh, Scrnf, lia and any disease of the Thrust or Lung*. IT l Debility, Premature Dsoay, Weakuuas, aud all •M brought on by youthful dly-sepd TV Nasnu Btveat. New Tor a in a FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF TEE UNITED STATES. S.T. KAI SER, President, S. 71. HALL, D. C. CORBIN Cashier. Vice President* T. II. KLEIVSC'HHIDT, - Aea't Cask. Authorized Capital, $500,000 00. Paid up Capital* - 1100,000 00 Permanent Surplus Fund* 50,000 00 Profits, (in excess of $50,000 Surplus.) 0*000 00 DIVIDEND PAID MARCH 4th. 1874, 30,000 00 SURPLUS after PAYING DIVIDEND. 50*000 00 AVERAGE DEPOSITS PRECEDING SIX MONTHS, 485*000 00 INVESTED IN U. S. BONDS. - - 814,000 00 Wc transact a General Banking Business, and Buy, at Highest Rates, Gold Dust, Coin, Gold and Silver Bullion, and Local Securities; and sell Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers, available in all parts of the United States. the Canadas, Great Britain. Ireland, and the Continent. Collections made, and Proceeds remitted promptly. We have also perfected arrangements whereby our facilities for handling Silver Ores are particularly good, aad this Branch of our Business will receive Special attention. Cash advances mad# upon Ores, md same Shipped for account of Owners. Or we will BUY FOR CASH, At the rery be* rates allowable. Owners ot Mines win consult their Interests by calling upou us. Board of Directors : 8. T. HAUSER, B. 8TICKNEY, Jr. MOSBS MOORE, 8. M. HALL, JNO. H. MING, JOHN CURTIN, JNO. E. BLAINE, D. C. CORBIN. F. L. WORDEN. dhwtf-marfi PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA. Said in Capital. - »100,000 Authorized Capital, 8000,000 We draw Exchange au Reer Lodge, Virginia dtp, Boxenan, Corinne, Salt Lake Off * Ran Francisco* Omaha* St. Louie« Chicago* New York* Montreal* aad all the principal eitle» of Europe. We are also prepared to glye Tele graphic Transfer» on »ithcr of tk» above named cities. GEO. W. FOX, President. C. J. LYRTElf, Cashier. Buy Silver Ores at the mine, or delivered in Helena, or we will make cash advances on ores and ship the same for account of owners. Bny local securities, loan monev, discount paper, and allow interest on time deposits. In connection with onr varions correspondents throughout the Territory, our facilities for making collections are particularly good. ASSOCIATED BANK. 6 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, OF BOZEMAN, DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY AND FINANCIAL AOKNTS OF TIIR IN IT ED STATES. DIRECTORS: WILLIAM JL CHESSMAN. ALEX. H. BEATTIE, Clark District Court. WILLIAM ROB, laq., of Fox, Lyvter A Roc C, J. LY8TER, of Fox, Lyster A Roc CORNELIUS HEDGES. GEO. ML FOX, EM* L M. BLACK. HER BY KLEIN, of Gaaa A Klein. RICK HMLBB. dAwtf-spl» Ü WEIR A POPE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS HELENA, MONTANA. We offer a full assortment of Goods in onr line, at the lowest market rates. We are In receipt by early trains from Corinne ot Two aad Throe-Light C'haudolloro* which we offer to purchasers at low figures. We have also received a supply of Gerau Student Lampe* A hunp that cannot be excelled, and pleases all that have need them. Table Lamps in Bronze and Glass, Hand Lampe, so cheap ae to be almost given away. Also, in stock, 6* 7 aad 10-iach Porcelaia Shades* Paper Shades, in variety. Porcelaia Nest Eggs. Tabular Lanterna, Burners, Chimnevs. etc., etc. We offer Devoe's Brilliant Burning Oil. in Patent Faucet Cans, at Market Rates, and recommend it as a first-class burning oil and of uniform quality. WEIR & POPE. d1y-ap15 HELENA, M. T $ 5 , 000,000 ENDOWMENT FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT IN AID OF THE Public Library cf Kentucky. JULY 3j} 1874. In announcing the Fifth and last of the eerie« of Gift Concerts, given for the benefit of the Public Library of Kentucky, the Trustees and Managet refer with pride a pleasure to the four which have been al ready given : The first, December 1«, 1871 ; the second, December t, 1878; the third, July S, 167S; and the fourth, March 31st, 1874. Under their charter, granted by a special act of the Kentucky Legislature, March 16, 1871, the Trustees are authorized to give ONE MORE and ONLY ONE MORE Gift Conceit. With the money arising from this Filth and LAST Concert, the Library, If nseam, and other departments are to be enlarged and endowed with a fixed and certain annual income. Snch an en dowment fand is desired, ae will secure beyond pc rad venture, not only the maintenance of this magnificent establishment, but its constant growth. THE FIFTH CIFT CONCERT for the purposes mentioned, and which ia positively and nneqnivocally announced as THE LAST WHICH WILL EVER BE GIVEN UNDER THIS CHARTER AND BY THE PRESENT MANAGEMENT, will come off in the Public Library Hall, at Louisville, Ky., Friday, July 31, 1874. At this final Concert everything will be upon a scale cot responding with its increased importance. The' mnsic will be rendered by an orchestra consisting of one hundred performers, selected tor their fame in different lands, and the nuprecented sum of $2*500*000, divided into twenty thousand gifts, will be distributed among the ticket-holders. LIST OF GIFTS. One Grand Cash Gift........................ gggo 000 One Grand Cash Gift........................ loolooo One Grand Cash Gift «• 75,000 One Grand Cash Gift....................... 50,0» One Grand Cash Gift................ 5 Cash Gifts, |20,000 each....... 10 Cash Gift«. 15 Cash Gifts. SO Cash Gifts, SO Cash Gifts, 30 Cash Gifts, 50 Cash Gilts. 1«0 Cash Gifts, S40 Cash Gifts. 5» Cash Gifts, 10,0» Cash Gifts, 66,0» 100 , 0 » 14.0» each.............. 140.0» 10,0» each.............. 190,0» 5,0» each............. looooo 4.0» each.............. 1M.OOO 8,0» each.............. mo» t,u»e»ch.............. 100,0» 1.0» each. ^ 5» each. IMeach. 50 each. 1M,0M 160,0» 60,0» 660,0» Grand Total, 90,0» Gifts, all cash.. $2,500,0» PRICE OF TICKET*. Wh«»le Tickets................................ ISO.» Halves......................................... 6A.» Tenth, or each Coapou........................ 5. ou 11 Whole Tickets for......................... 500.» 6614 Tickets for.............................. ..... Tickets are now ready for sale, and ordern accom com panted by cash will be promptly filled. Liberal commissions will be allowed to satisfactory agente. Ci reniant containing fall particulars furnished on application. Public tho*« e. bra m lette* Aceat aad Manager, ^ Library Ballding, Louisville. Ky. [dAwlm-my»] Clad» Tads, MUSCLESHELL ROUTE ! R Y NORTHERN PACIFIC R. R TO BISMARCK EOTINTZ LINE STEAMBOATS WEEKLY, WITHOUT FAIL, TO i O Ii Ii Near Mouth of Musclesheli, AND TRAINS OVERLAND To all Points in the Territory. We are now prepared to give Through Bills of Lading from all the Principal Cities in the East, and Contract for entire Season. Lower Rate* and Quicker Time than by any other Route. All Overcharge» and Damages settled promptly at Destination. River In*;tr&nce simple and at a Guaranteed Rate. MARK GOODS: R V R NE, Care North Pacific, Saint Paul. For all Information, and Through Bills of Lading, apply to MAM De BOW* Eastern Manager. ■ R. €•• HOYT* Agent* ... CHAS. A. HUNT, Agent, . F. J. hlNSLER, Agent, - - GEO. CAKHAKT, Agent* . FRANK W. ROBERTS, Agent, NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY, E. C. M AGLAYA CO., MTSPECIAL INDUCEMENTS HELD OCT TO d<fcwtf-feb24 305 Broadway* New York. 305 Broadway* New York. 184 Washington St., Rostov 732 Chestnut St., Phila. 80 Clark Mt., Chicago. > 318 North 2d St., St. Leui« St. Paul, Minnesota. - Helena. SHIPPERS OF QUARTZ. N. MILLEN. H. J. BO0KNCRANS MILLEN & R0SENCRANS. Wholesale and Retail Dealers la BOOTS & SHOES, If HL Leather Findings ÀXD RUBBER GOODS* At the old stand of Gurney <£ Co., sign of Vu BIG J BOOT MAIN STREET, HELENA, M. T. ive entire satisfaction to oar customers. Call on us e. * ROSENCRANM. give entire satisfaction to 01 Before purchasing elsewhere. wtf-foMO] MILLEN A NATIONAL MINING A EXPLORING COMPANY. I ae operated Under the Lawa of Now York, t'ehrnmry 23d, 1865. J. A, ROOSEVELT, Preaident. ft. T. JACKSON, Traisa rer. Malden Lane, Now York. *• J, JONES* Af*t and Map»«* (Jalonville, M# T# Poet Office, Helena, H. T. on the BiUs In town settled the following day* aad If any ore overlooked the/ should be rendered through the Put vfflec. The works an always open to Inspection by respect able parties, bat allloafingprohlblted. All employee« ore required to draw their pay ant working di y In each month (or on ceasing AGENTS READ THIS! 9" P*»** most be sold. We will pay agents a •alary at |»per week sod expenses wba engage with ■eat 00 » R ea dy emp l oyment Address Û. W. BODtlfB * CO, wl m eagR Battle Crash. Mhh. Iff étt-jean 8L Leals. Ma HENRY'S Carbolic Salve THE MOST POWERFUL HEALING AGENT EVER DISCOVERED. The wonderful celerity with which this combination of (UXBOUC ACID with OTHER SOOTHING AND CfltA TIVI EXOUENTS HEALS THE MOST VIRCLE.VT SOKES AND CLCEBS is something skin to the marvelous. It ia with pride that the Proprietor* call attention to the gratifying .('act that Physicians give it the highest mead of praise, and use it and prescribe it in their practice. POINTS TO BEBORNE IN MIND: CARBOLIC SALVE positively cure* the worst sores. CARBOLIC SALVB instantly allays the pain of buru*. CARBOLIC SALVE cures all eutaneon* eruptions. CARBOLIC SALVE removes pimples and blotches. CARBOLIC SALVE will cure cut* and braises. CARBOLIC SAL\ E ranks at the head of all Salve*. Ointments or other Healing Compound*, and I!A> ACHIEVED A GREATER REPUTATION AND HAS A LARGER SALE than any other similar preparation of contemporaneous invention. Sold everywhere. Price 26 cent*. JOHN P. HENRY, ClTtRAN A CO., Proprietor*. 8 and • College Pince, New York. _ [wRmeoiu-myiJ J IK i, (461— Syl «rati*MlMl!AllelMMirwnrkliiF|w» f** you«« at oM, B>.kn woo- n-mo-T ■ I work fot-Ml* tli.tr •**• S— S I «* »H U» II*. Um» »t •nyil.'i»* •Im. r»rUaatara(rM. AJdrw-U.StNMoa* Cn, PartMad.Mai»«. CRESCENT SPECTACLES. Imj.otre your siglU. T HE CnmcEXT ed to the public perior to oil others clearness and dis they are unrivaled, prismatic colors always found in sp'*eteele* now oiter are •'iiu.-sure'-d *r. iu the market. For tinctne** of vision The lo?aI ab*.*»«:« o< ani retraerory ra.i Pebble* reader r them especially de- l trau* start, j » l r a b I e. B ine ground with groat care. they are iree from all imper fections and Imparities. They are mounted in Gold. Silver, Shell, Rubber and Steel Irani es ar.rt will hrt many yean without change. For sale only by oar AgvnK K. BAH'iTH. J-weU'r and Optician* Soie Agent f r Helena. Montana Terri tory. Also, Manufacturing Jeweler*. Keep 1 » full stock of American and Foreign Watche*. for which t will aelPat States price*. Give me a call« and *ati*iv JOSieelf P. S.—Watchc* repaired hr Geo. W. Storey. All work warranted to give perfect satisfaction aud »•paired at Stole* prie» Two above Clark. C onrad A Curtin's. Main street. IF None gennine without the Trade Mark *t.auq>e<l on army pah. Manufactured by PILLOWS. HOLMES * (TAPP, Wly>mhl6 New York. Lock for TntAr Mark. No Peddlers Employed.