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Projet the Daily Herald of November 15. Serions AreMent. Mrs. Fenn, the aged mother <©£ Mrs. Col. 'Sauciers, met with a serious accident on Monday night by falling doiro -stairs into the ceHar, where she was found by Colonel and Mrs. Sanders «pon their rc*urn from the wooden wedding of Mr. end Mrs. W. C. »Child. A physician was immediately called and it was ascertained that she had sustained serious injuries. Mrs. SPenn is now lying in a critical condition, and «her »recovery is con eidered doubtful. Helena Free Schools. Some 370 pupils are now enrolled im the Helena Free Schools, and still further acces sions are expected before and following the holidays. The present number is the largest ever on the rolls. The schools this year are more than mooting the expectations of the public. Prof. JRolfe, Principal, and »his ex cellent corps of teachers are advancing the »scholars in their studies with all proper ex pedition. Personal. —M. D. Cooper, of Jefferson City, is at 1 the Cosmopolitan. —Jno. *C. Rainsford returns to the Crow •Agency to-morrow. —CoL Black left on the overland coach this • morning for Washington. —*Darid Blacker, of Radersburgh, is regis tered aft the Cosmopolitan. —* Dr. Rotwitt, Richard tHortop and Thos Wright, of Canyon Ferry', were in the city 'te-day. —John O'Rourke says that business 'Butte is improving, and the prospects for igood trade during the winter are improving in Fire at Cave*Galcli. A fire broke out in the blacksmith shop of Frank Day, at Cave Gulch, on Monday night last, and before it was discovered had gained! such headway that it was beyond controll, and the building, tools aat material were en tirely destroyed. The fire is supposed to have originated in the forge. Loss—about >$000. ---- - Montana Mineral Patents. Washington, November 14. —The foliow > ing patents have been 4ssued for mines in Montana : Levant Peas, the Mark Anthony lode; Robert Hale and ethers, War Eagle. ■— ii n ifcm Surveyor General Mason Confirmed. Washington, November 14.—The Senate confirmed Roswell H. Mason as Surveyor General of the Territory of Montana. BREVITIES. —The grand jury has adjourned until next week. —The Tongue river route along the line of the N. P. survey from Bismarck, will be opened for freight this winter. —Archie McIntosh, wbc was shot at Can yon Ferry by James Mayoc a few days ago, is in a fair way to recover. The ball passed through his lungs, but it i3 thought by his physician that bis excelled, constitution will carry him through all right. From the Daily Herald of November 16, Personal. —Kyle Price, of Smith River valley, and Frank Heald, of Upper Indian Creek, were in the city to- day. —Gen. Gibbon and Lieut. Jacobs arrived from Ft. Shaw last night, acd are registered at the International. —Rev. Clark Wright, who bas been absent during the past week in Beaverhead county, returned home last night. —Capt. T. S. Kirti&nd, U. S. A., arrived yesterday. The Captain and his wife and lit tle boy who just returned from a visit to friends in the States, are stopping at the Cos mopolitan. Col. iHenry W. Janes, C. S. A-, District Quartermaster, returned last night from Ft Shaw. The Colonel will take charge of the business in a few days and will be perma nently located in Helena. Wm. Johns, Wm. Koblwes and H. T. Jacob, of Silver City ; J. G. Sanders, Jeff erson City; JÜ. F. Hedges, French Bar; and J. B. Wampler, of Butte, are among the late arrivals at the Cosmopolitan. Territory vs F. I» Kina. After perseveamg efforts on the part of the Sheriff and his deputies, a jury was yester day empanelled is the case of the common wealth vs Frederick L. King, indicted for murder in the first degree. It was a difficult task indeed to find twelve men in Lewis and Clarke County who bad not formed or ex pressed an opinion, as to the guilt or inno cence of the accused, but it was finally ac complished and the trial has been in progress during the day, and at 4 o'clock p. m. nearly or quite all of the evidence had been given. The following are the jurors selected: Jerome Norris, W. H. Hudnall, A. T. Alien, Smith Meek, W. J. Smith, Geo. W. Reed, Abner Adams, Geo. P. Reeves, W. H. Pat terson, Wm. Roe, W. Brown and B. McNeiL Unshaken. While other articles of their kind are largely adul terated, Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powders bold their nnshaken position in the estimation of thonsands as the purest, best, most reliable, and cheapest In all particnlars that constitute perfect results, they esanot be approached by the various known Baking Powders made in imitation. One trial will satisfy that for purity and strength Dr. Price's are alone in the market * ■ ! Detention at Bannack. The first church edifice in Beaverhead County was dedicated last Sunday at Bannack by the Rev. Clark Wright, assisted by the Revs. Woodman, Riggin, Van Orsdel and Stower, in the presence of an audience that filled the auditorium. The morning sermon was preached from the text in St. John's Gos pel, 17th chapter and 24th verse. At the close of the sermon the Trustees made their report showing an expenditure of nearly $3,490 and asking for $309 additional to free the ■edifice of all indebtedness, which amount was forthwith cheerfully contributed. The building is a gothic «truetare, 36x60, aad will seat 250 persons. After another sermon, preached by Mr. Wright in the evening, from the text St. Jobe 12th chapter and 3£d verse, the edifice was formally dedicated to God, for the use of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Much rejoicing was manifested <by the good people of Bannack at the completion of the work, and they have the satisfaction of knowing they have one of themiost comfort able and pleasant church buildings in Mon tana. Heath Of Frederick Salisbury. A dispatch wa9 received from Salt Lake last night, announcing the death of Frederick Salisbury, a brother of O. J. Salisbury and 31rs. Sweetland. Deceased had been in poor health for §ome time past, and recently vis ited Montana in hopes that a change in cli mate might prove beneficial, but no change for the better occurring, he returned to Salt Lake City, where he*fiied. brevities. —Delegate Maginnis, of Montana, tells the Washington reporters that Sitting Bull's programme is to organize and come down across the line noon and wipe out all the set tlements north of the Union Pacific railroad. They want more«troops in Montana .—Pioneer Pres*. —A. P. Curtin received yesterday a fresh invoice of carpets of choice grades, and a general stock of furnishing goods. Prides low down. Give Arthur a call and examine his splendid stock. He is always courteous obliging and never fails to give satisfaction. —Mr. Levi Allen and I. I. Lewis have just returned fronuSnake River, where they have been making surveys and applying for a gov ernment patent on the Peacock copper mine. This mine is said to be one of the richest and largest body of copper ore that has ever been discovered bribe West. —The boating season on tne Upper Mis souri is about closed. The steamers Roeebud and Gen. Meade are still above Bismarck. The Rosebud will arrive sometime during the day and will leave for Yankton to-morrow morn ing, where she will go into winter quarters The Meade may arrive at any time, as she was on her way from Buford to Musclesbeli when last heard from .—Bismarck Tribune. —The miners in and about St. Louis, Jeff ersou county, are in good spirits. The Little Giant Co. reoently run through 60 tons of ore, from which they cleaned up $4,200, They have also struck a new' crevice in their mine that is wider, and thought to be richer, than the original lead. The lucky owners are much elated with their prospect-cf an early fortene.— Husbandman. From the Daily Herald of November 17. Personal —Domnick Frieler, of Jefferson, was in the city to-day visiting his old friends Domnick wears a silk hat and appears to be in the beat possible humor. —Wm. Copinus, formerly a merchant of Pioneer, but now of Butte, has been m town for several days past making purchases. We wish Mr. Copinus success in his new field of operations. —Geo. Gibbon 4ias entirely recovered fpom the effects of liis wound received at the bloody battle of Big Hole, and is apparently in excellent health. The General is domi ciled at the Iaterpational, where he has cellent quarters. BREVITIES. —The product of the Hope Company's mill during the last two weeks was $16,000, The mine is looking well and the mill run ning satisfactorily. Philippsburg is reported to be lively aud money plentiful. —Green Russell, one of the oldest pioneers of Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana, died recently in the Indian Territory. He was the leader of the Georgia colony of "pros pectors," who were about the first to an nounce the existence of gold at Pike's Peak, la 1859 he discovered the gulch near Central eky that now bears his name. He was well mown throughout the West, and enjoyed the confidence of all acquainted with him. •Obstructing Nature, Instead of aiding her in her efforts to recuperate, is obvioasly not the way to get well when one is sick. Yet this is precisely the coarse pursued—of coarse, unwittingly—by persons who are continually dosing themselves with powerful mineral drags for some malady with which they are afflicted. Such banef uj medicaments rather tend to retard recovery than to hasten it. How much more sensible are they who em ploy the gently acting bat thoroughly efficient restora tive, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which, unlike the drags referred to, is eminently wholesome and safe ; and, instead of injuring, improves the tone of the stomach and re-creates health and vigor in the broken down system. Indigestion, liver complaint, constipa tion. kidney and bladder ailments, and rheumatism, yield to its corrective influence, and it is the remedy and preventive par excellence for intermittent and re mittent fevers and other disorders bred by miasma tainted air and water. It is, moreover, a superb appe tizer. ; GENERAL GIBBON. Civil and Military Honors Paid Him In Helena. General John Gibbon, Commanding Mili tary District of Montana, arrived in this city from Fort Shaw on Thursday. During Fri day many citizens called at the International to pay their respects and inquire after his health. The General was found in excellent spirits and received his visitors with his ac customed courtesy and cordiality. He has almost wholly recovered from the effects of his wound, received in the battle of Big Hole, and appears as rugged and hearty as we remember to have seen him in the eight years he has camped with us in Montana. Friday afternoon the officers of the Third Infantry assembled at Col. Floyd-Jones' head quarters, and soon after, in a body, repaired to the Internaional to pay their formal re spects to the District Commander. They are a decidedly fine appearing body of men, and as they proceeded up Main street in full dress presented the handsomest military spectacle ever witnessed in Helena. The call and re ception of the afternoon was followed by a serenade at a seasonable hour last night. The Third Infantry band, mustering twenty-eight pieces, under Henry C. Yaeger, Leader, marched to the hotel about 11 o'clock and discoursed the following selections, 1. The Champion March—Neibig. 2. Grand Selection from Trovatore--Verdi. 3. Princess Beatrice (valse)— Godfrey. 4. Midnight Gallop (vocal accompaniment) —Hare. 5. Sweet-by-and By. The night was clear, with & mildly crisp air, favoring the "harmony of sweet sounds" floating over the city and wafting back in echoing waves from the surrounding moun tains. A large assemblage of people, at tracted from all parts of town by the deli cious music, crowded Upper Main street, and remained to the close of the serenade. The band was heartily cheered, andGen. Gibbon, as he stepped out from his room and appeared upon the balcony, was enthusiastically greeted. We hope the General's visit will continue as pleasant «s it has proved thus far, and that he will return to Fort Shaw with his impressions stell further strengthened as to the hearty good will and cordial and en during love of this people. Bntte City Items. As the result of the^rst clean-up at the Walker mill we learn that a silver brick weighing about 2,000 ounces was shipped last Friday. Dr. Beal is building a 24x36 addition to his hotel, as its present size is altogether too ; limited to afford suitable accommodations for the large number of guests making their home at the popular Centennial. W. P. Forbis has sold his interest in his Main street stationery and variety store to his partner John B. Wampler, who will hereaf ter conduct the business. We are pained to learn that Jame9 Mat thews, our popular wholesale liquor mer chant, is suffering from a very severe attack of rheumatism, by which he has been de tained at Deer Lodge for over a week. For some time the school trustees have had under advisement the project of finishing the upper story of the school building in one room, and devoting it to the general uses of a public hall, and we learn that they have finally decided to do it. NEW BUSINESS HOUSES. Last week Mr. Copinus removed his stock of goods from Pioneer to Butte, and the gen tleman is now in business on Main street, occupying a room in connection with William Coleman & Co., where he will be pleased to meet with old customers and to form the ac quaintance of new ones. Messrs. Reed, Freyschlag & Root have se cured the business stand vacated by H. Bar nett, upon his removal to his present quar ters in the Masonic building, and in a couple of weeks they will be prepared to open with a stock of clothiDg and furnishing goods that will rival the fine stocks already on hand in Butte. These gentlemen have for some time been connected with some of the largest clothing and dry goods establishments in the Territory, and their experience will enable them to select such a stock of goods as will be best adapted to this market. About the holidays Mr. Geo. A. Hines will open a jewelry store in a building soon to be «erected on Main street. The stock has al ready been ordered and will comprise a care fully selected assortment of gold jewelry, pr-ecious stones, silver ware and plate, be sides clocks and watches of foreign and domestic manufacture. This is a branch of business that has not yet been represented in Butte, and as Mr. Hines is thoroughly fa miliar with it in all its details, he will most likely find the venture highly satisfactory.— Miner. decree Court Proceedings. Sanford vs. Kelley—Hearing, and for plaintiff on foreclosing lein. Sanford vs. Roe—Hearing and decree for plaintiff foreclosing lein. Territory vs. Brooke—Placed at foot of civil causes. King vs. National Mining Co—Demurrer to complaint overruled, ans. 19th. Gillette vs. King—Demurrer to complaint overruled, ans. 19th. Territory vs. Creeden—Trial, verdict guilty of grand larceny. Territory vs. King—Murder, on trial. "Tbere's Kothiug Like It*" "The best we ever used.'' "Find it much cheaper than others."' "Can testify to its superiority." Ex tracts from letters to the manufacturers of Dooley's Yeast Powder. Explosion». Indianapolis, November 15.—An explo sion of the new Gas Company's tank caused a loss of $20,000—uninsured. The shock was felt for miles outside the city. Scranton, (Pa.) November 15.— A terrific explosion of lire damp occurred at the Jer myn colliery, near Scranton. A number of men and boys were dreadfully injured, two at least of whom cannot live, while it is fear ed that three or four are still in the mine, where the gas is still burning. GRAND HALL. AC the Prickly Pear House. There will be a Grand Ball at the Prickly Pear House, at the crowing of the Prickly Pear, on the Bozeman Road, on Thanksgiving Eve, November 2Sth. A gen eral invitation is extended. The best of music will be in attendance. Tickets, including sapper, 93« dJfcwlw-nl4 H. H. CLARK, Proprietor. NOTIGE. Send lot photographs of Nez Perce Joseph. Carte de Visite, 50cents; Cabinet, $1 ; SxlO, $2 50; 10x12, $3; ilxU. 14. JOHN H. FOCCH, Photographer. d7tJbw2t-nl2 Tongue River, M. T. $10, $5, or $2.50 Invested in the Drawing of the COM HON WEALTH Prize Distribution Company (Under Act of Legislature of Ky., for the benefit of the City Schools of Frankfort, which takes place in the city of LOUISVILLE, Ky., in Public Library Hall on Dec. 3»st. 1S77, may secure in l ash all or part of 850 , 000 , $ 20 , 000 , $ 10 , 000 , $ 5 , 000 , $ 3 , 000 , $ 2,000 or any of the B«$S4 Prizes, amounting to 1320, 000. Farmers' & Drovers' Bank, Louisville, Ky., Depository. Drawing Positively Dec 31, OR MONEY REFUNDED And ander the same Management that so ably aad satisfactorily conducted the SECOND Drawing ol the Kentucky Cash Distribution Co. Whole Tick ets, 110.00; Halves, $5.00; Quarters, 12.50. For tickets, address G. \V. BARROW à c CO General Managers, Courier-Journal Building, LOU ISVILLE. KY. IW-SEND FOR A CIRCULAR. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. I am now prepared to repair all kinds of light machinery, do brass casting, etc. Repairing Sewing Machines a specialty. Will respect boilers and engines, or other machinery, and furnish estimates of capacity and value. I can furnish stïel name stamps for metaJ, steel letters and figures, iron letters for burning brands seals for Notaries, Societies, etc. Also. Rubber Hand Printing Stamps of all kinds, such as Name and Business Stamps, Autographs, Monograms, and Initial Letters. JNO. STEDNA», Clore Street, Helena, 31. T. Opposite C. M. Jdieris' Blacksmith Shop. [d3m&wl am-oc tl 3] BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS To meet the demands often expressed by parents in different parts of the country, a Boarding School for Bovs will be opened on Monday, October 15th, 1S77, on Academy Hill. Helena. The School will be conducted by the Sisters of Charity, under the patronage of the Rev. L. B. Pai ladino, S. J_ and with the assistance of an experienced male Teacher and Guardian. Terms : Tuition, Board, Bedding, Washing, and Mending, per month, to be paid quarterly in advance.....$22 Beoks and Stationary, also Medicines and Medical Attendance in the case of sickness, lorm extra charges. RFor further particnlars, address Sister Mary Baptist Carney, or L. B. PALLADINO, S. J.. d«kwlm-oc6 Helena, Montana. Select Day School for Boys and Night School for Young Men. A Select Day School tor Boys, also a Night School for young Men, who may have a desire to avail them selves of the advantages, will open on Monday, Octo ber 8th, 1S77, on Academy Hill, Helena, and will be conducted by an experienced male Teacher, under the patronage of the Rev. L. B. Palladino, S. J. Terin$ Day' School : Primary Department, per nr.onth...................$2 Intermediate Department, per month.............. 3 Grammar Departmen t, per month.................. 4 Books and Stationery, form extra charges. Terms Night School: Per month........................ $4 Night School hours—6:30 p. m. until 9 p.m. For farther particulars, apply Palladino. S. J., Helena. M. T. to the Rev. L. B. d<£wlm-oc4 UNDER STATE MANAGEMENT 1 And in daily operation over 37 years. $ 15 , 000 $ FOR $ 1 $ )c 15, 'I7,J ,Jan 14,'7S $ 50 , 000 $ FOR $ 10 $ Nov24,Dec 29,'77 Jan 28,'78—Nov 17.Dc KENTUCKY State Allotment OF $367,925 IN PRIZES! 1 Prize of........$50,000 1 Prize of.......... 13.450 1 Prize oL......... 10,000 5877 other Prizes. .226,550 1 Prize of..........$15,000 1 Prize oi......... S,C00 1 Prize of......... 5.000 1S91 other Prizes.. 39,925 Total..........$67,925 Whole Tickets, $1 ; 50 Whole Tickets. $45; 100 Whole Ticket-, $90. Total........$300,000 Whole tickets $10 ; Half Tickets $5: Quarters $2.59; Eighths $1.25. ___________ Chartered for Educational Institutions. Under charter, no Postponement can occur. The value of every Prize paid in full in U. S. money. Official List of Drawn Numbers sent to every purcha ser of a ticket. _ List published in N. Y. Herald. Sun, Courier-Journal. THESE ALLOTMENTS uniformly take place during the second and last weeks of each month throughout the year. Tickets for the first allotment of every month are always soldat ONE DOLLAR each—Capital Prize, $15, _ For the last Allotment Tickets are always sold at TES DOLLARS each — Halves, Quarters and Eighths in proportion. Capital Prize $50,000. Circulars containing full particulars free. Address SIMMONS & DICKINSON. Manager's Office. 72 Third Street, Louisville, Ky. __ [d&w3m-octl2] NOTICE. All creditors of the firm of Mayne & Luke will pre sent their accounts for settlement on or betöre the 10 th day of October. 1S77. All indebted to said firm must settle their accounts by October 10th, 1877, with cash or approved notes. 0 . . JAS. J. MAYNE, Surviving partner cf the firm of Mayne «fc Luke. Cay yon Ferky, M. T, Sept. 10, 1877. \v2m-sl3 PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA. Paid in Capital ■ •$ 100,000 C. L. DAHLEIt, President. GEO. W. FOX, Cashier. A General Banking Business Transacted, and Buy at Highest Priées Gold Dust, Gold Bars, Ores, Silver Bul lion, Government Vouchers, Drafts, County A Torritoria! Warrants, and all Local Securities, Loan Money, Discount Paper, receive Deposits and allow interest on the same, when left for a specified time. Thorough attention given to Collections,.and pro cess remitted promptly. Sell Exchange on all the Commercial Centers of the United States and Europe. ASSOCIATED BANK, FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of BOZEMAN Designated Depository of the United states. (d&wly-octlö] NICE MILLEN. BOOTS AND SHOES. SIGN OF THE 1 BIG BOOT. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in LEATHER, FINDINGS AND RUBBERG00DS. Also, the celebrated Hersome Gaiter, patented March 3d. 1S6S, and the most popular shoe worn in New York and Boston. At the Old Stand of Gurney A Co., R* SIGN or THE BIG BOOT, Hatn'Street,..................Helena, 31. T. [dAwly-angl6] SILVER CITY HOTEL. SILVER CITY M. T. FRED. LINDWEDEL, Proprietor. The undersigned, having refurnished and refitted the Silver City Hotel throughout, would respectfully solicit the patronage of the traveling public. Stage lines run to and from the house. Good rooms, clean "beds, and the stable is commodious and well eupDlied with hay and grain. No pains will be spared to make guests comfortable. Charges reasonable. FRED. LINDWEDEL, wly-oclS Proprietor. STRAYED—$IO REWARD. Strayed in Prickly Pear Canyon, on Benton Road, on the 13th day of August last : One light yellow horse, 4 years old. medium size, no brand, rather a nice looking horse, shoes all around, and black leather halters on him when lost. One bay and white pinto horse, about 10 years old. branded on the left shoulder J-I. The brand is not very visible. Shoes on Iront feet when lost. A skum on one eye. Any one furnishing information that will lead to their recovery to Ike Greenhood, Helena, will receive the above reward. w4t-oct25 JOS. HIKSHBERG. DR. L. W. FRARY, SURGEON DENTIST, BROADWAY .......................Helena. Office—In the "Herald" Building. Twenty years' experience, making a specialty of his field of labor, gives Dr. Frary precedence over many others in the practice of his profession. The most difficult cases in Surgical Dentistry successfully treated rd<fewi v-nr>41 5PE0U1 IU70MH6& * VANILLA. LEMON, ETC., ^ For Flavoring Ice Cream, Cakes & Pastry. -• With great care, by a new process, we extract from the true, select Fruits ana Aromatics, each characteristic flavor, ana produce Flavorings of rare excellence. Of great strength and perfect purity, No poisonous oils. Every flavor as rep resented. No deceit—each bottle t - measure , holding one-half more to - others purporting to hold same quanti y ■ Use them once , will use no other, i ^ most delicate , delicious flavors ever mac > So superior to the cheap extracts, a for Dr. Price's Special Flavorings. M ufactured only by STEELE & PBICE. Depots, CHICAGO and ST. LOCI^ Manufacturers of Hr. Price's Cream Baking Powder.