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Cyclone and Heavy Rains in
Texas. The Industrial Congress Declares for Protection and against Reciprocity Another Cyclont (; a i.v kston, May 21— Information has been received that a cyclone 200 yards wide passed between Fairchild and Stew .trtsville yesterday noon, uprooting forests n its pathway. Farmers are now out ascertaining the extent of the damage by following in its track. A special from Hemstead reports that i tornado passed through that county this morning near Howith's station, sweeping everything before it. A child six weeks old was blown sixty yards, but was not hurt. A house occupied by five negroes was blown down, but all escaped except one child, who was killed. Heavy Kain Storm. < 1A i.v Kston, May 21.— Specials from Tyler, Martin, Navasota, Crockett, Waverly .nd other jioiiit.s in Northeastern lexas report another very heavy rainlall to-day, continuing to-night. Ihis makes the fourth heavy rainlall in that section since Mav 1st Immense tracts of country are »odcd Such tremendous rain has not been known in Texas for many years. < ; real damage to crops has already resulted, in some sections where crops had been canted twice they will have to be planted , ciin. At Weatherford the rainfall during ■Tepast twenty-four hours was over eight ;i lies, at Corsicana live inches, at Dallas, Palestine, Tyler, and other points, four inches. The Industrial Congress. Oik vu», May 21.—At the Industrial (invention Mr. Bush made a protection -pcech. He said the sugar interests of Louisiana wanted incidental protection. U the conclusion of his remarks Judge Vtwater, of Minnesota, said he had come o the convention under the misapprehen s on that it wai ■ailed for the purpose of dug the industrial interests of the country. From the tenor of the Presi dent'- speech lie thought the convention a :t and dried proceeding in the interest of ■ rotectiou. The Hour and grain interests Minnesota were opposed to more pro tection und he therefore asked to be per bitted to withdraw from the convention. President Bush replied that Judge At w.cer's assumption was erroneous. The ii. >ritv of those present favored protec ti' but this would not prevent a debate, t the evening session the committee , r t e( \ a long preamble and resolution, w ,ch was adopted. They declare that the a.on should foster and develop its .... ■ lirai resources by a protective tariff, and , 1 -f Congress to protect by tariff the follow ing. Wool, hemp, flax, .jute, sugar, beet sugar, rice, cotton, ties, old rails, scrap iron and tin plate ; calls for the abrogation of the treaties with the Sandwich Islands ami Mexico, as competitors with semi slave labor for our sugar trade. It con ■ Indes with a request for the revision of the patent laws. Adjourned. Court House limned. Siiau nkktowx, 111., May 21.—News has list been received from Elizabethtown that Hardin County Court House, with all county records, was consumed by an incen diary lire oil Monday morning. A ven detta has been in progress in that county for several years and numerous killings resulted. Finally the law-abiding people took hold of the matter and caused indict ments to be found against large numbers of these turbuleut characters. It is the general belief that the court house was tired 'or the purpose of destroying the records tin indictments in order to embarrass against them. H ho lie Is. Sr. F a I l, May 21.—Vice President < tikes, of the Northern Pacific, said that Elijah Smith, the new President of the < iregon and Transcontinental, is a native ot New Bedford, Massachusetts; has had twenty years railroad experience : has also -nilt sixty miles of railroad in Mexico, ,, hielt he afterwards sold to the Atchison, Topeka A Santa Fe ; is a man of consider able wealth. Railroad Cooling. Cun An«», May 21. The representatives of the roads forming the Transcontinental Association began their session here this this afternoon tor the purpose of cou - limiting the proposed money pool, which is to embrace all the transcontinental roads. The committee to which was re ferred the work of preparing a form of ontract not being ready to report, an ad journment was taken until to-morrow. The formation of pools seems assured. Arrest of Ferdinand Maid. Nkw Yokk, May 21.—Ferdinand Ward, of Crant Ward, was arrested this even ing in this city by a Deputy Marshal in a suit brought against him by Nelson J. Tap pan, City Chamberlau. Ward is held in $•>0,000 bail, the amount fixed in the order of arrest. He has not yet been lodged in jail but is iu custody of the Sheriff. Bail has not yet been furnished by Ward. Nkw York, May 22.—Ferdinand Ward, after spending the day endeavoring to find 7'100,000 bail, w as taken to the Ludlow street tail to-night and lodged in a cell there. He refused to see any person. General U. 8. Grant says the rumor that his son, U. S. Grant, jr., had fled to escape arrest was wholly without foundation. His son had this evening gone to Morristown, N. J., where he lives, and would lie found at his office at the usual hour to-morrow morn ing. Both his sons, the Geueral said, were ni town, and intended to remain here. They had no money to make a trip to Canada, even if they wauted to go there. Me was very indignant that the report had l*een circulated, or that credence should be given it. Nkw York, May 23.—The Post says it ls reported that Ferdinand Ward intends making a confession. Washington Notes. Washington, May 21.—The decisions of the court in the Swaim case will go to the Secretary of War this evening. It is understood that the findings of the court are adverse to Gen. Swaim. Gen. 1'ojie, accompanied by Majo:.' I)unn, of his stall', will leave for Sau Francisco to-morrow morning. Gen. Grant has placed a mortgage on his property in this city in favor of W. H. Vanderbilt, to partially secure the latter ii the sum of $100,000, loaned the General :u New Nork. The instrument bears date May 17. M asihxgton, May 22.—The President 'i i- approved the bill giautiug a loan of rl , 000,000 to the New Orleans Exposition. i ost muster General Gresham has ordered Mint all mail matter from here to-day or •ut bom New \ork. New Orleans and - idves t ou shall hereafter Ik* sent by way " ^ , a * 0, 1 exas, over the Mexican Cen tral railroad. I ] I | j ! J j \ The Pittsburg Bank Failure. Pittsburg. May 21.—President Kiddle to-night made the following official state ment to the Associated Press : The Board of Directors met this afternoon and began an examination into the affairs of the bank. Their examination justifies them and my self in the statement that we can, as mat ters now stand, pay dollar lor dollar on de posits and stock. Mr. Kiddle refused to give any statement as to liabilities or assets. From outside sources it is learned that the liabilities do not exceed a million and a half, and that the assets more than cover this. It is only a question of time to realize. The bank is credited with heavy oil speculation, hut this is denied. The direct cause of the trouble is attributed to rumors growing out of clearances, the Petroleum Exchange lieing taken away from the Pennsylvania Bank, which up to a few days ago was the clearing house of the Exchange. The change was made several days ago, and the business transferred to the Farmers' Depo sit National Bank. This gave rise to ru mors that the bank was in trouble or likely to be, and a run was brought on. The feeling to-night is uneasy, and it is feared that a run will be made on several banks to-morrow. Pittsburg, May 22.—There is a more complete understanding of the exact con dition of the Pennsylvania Bank and the feeling is that they will be able to pay all liabilities. This, together with the con certed action of the bankers last night, has had a reassuring effect, and confidence, to a large extent, has been restored. Several banks w ere reported on the street last night to be in a weak condition, but a visit to the alleged shaky institutions at noon found all w as well, with checking out not much greater than usual. The bankers expressed themselves jus perfectly able to meet all demands made ou them. The officials of the Pennsylvania Bank were busy to-day getting affairs iu shape for re sumption to-morrow. Their clearances were made good to-day. To-morrow they w ill open their doors w ith $(» 00 , 0(10 in cash on their counters. Many of the largest depositors have signified their intention of allowing their money to lay iu the bank, and long before the regu lar hour for opening this morning a num ber of the heaviest depositors forced their way to the side entrance and insisted on making deposits. The bank refused to ac cept, however, until it resumes in the morning. Pittsburg, May 23.—2:20 p. m.—The Pennsylvania Bank has not yet opeued its doors but expects to do so in a few min utes. It was the original iuteution to re mue payment at 1 o'clock, but the details could not be arranged. About 100 persons are on the pavement and steps waiting for the doors to be opened. The bank has beeu receiving deposits all day and a very small run is anticipated. There is no ex- j citement in financial circles. Confidence has been restored. Later—The doors of the bank were thrown open at 2:30. The bank is crowded, but nearly as many are depositing as draw ing out. I Mill Pay Dollar for Dollar. Nkwakk, N. J., May 21.—There was a meeting of the depositors of the Newark Savings Institution to-night. An English and German chairman of the meeting were chosen. A letter was read giving assurance that a hundred cents on the dollar would be paid. A committee was appointed to inquire into the condition of the bank. Proposition to Creditors. Nkw York May 21.—Donnel, Lawson & Simpson say in a circular to their credit ors: "We propose to all our creditors to pay them with our notes, payable iu twelve and twenty-four mouths, with six per cent, interest, with the honorable understanding that if our business warrants it the obliga tions shall be discharged without respect to their maturity. This plan will enable us to resume with safety. Nkw York, May 32.—At Donnell, Law son A Simpson's office it was stated that they had received dispatches from creditors to the effect that any compromise proposed I by them would be accepted on receipt of tiie necessary papers, which had been sent. ] It looks as if all the firm's creditors accept I the terms offered. M hat Gould Says, New York, May 22.—Gould says he | has proof that outside investors have been j heavy buyers of Western Union for two ! weeks. The stock lias been taken from J the street and transferred. Concerning the market he had very little to say. j Parties with capital are anxious to get \ securities at present figures, and there is every reason to suppose we have passed through our troubles. The reporter was talking with a prominent bank officer this morning. He declares that we have noth ing to fear from our associated banks, aud that each day brings a brighter and better outlook. Fisk ill Hatch. New York, May 23.—A syndicate lias taken government bonds from Fisk & Hatch, composed of J. and T. Wormser, L. L. Hoyt, J. B. Colgate, and the United States Trust Company. It is stated the syndicate took all the firm had. By this operation the banks and others having loans on these bonds are relieved and Fisk & Hatch placed in a position to adjust their affairs. Business Failure. Richmond, Va., May 22.—Elliott, Dewey & Co., wholesale dry goods dealers, have assigned. Liabilities, $200,000 ; assets not known. Dewey thinks they will be able to pay dollar for dollar. Preferred credi tors amount to $103,000. Sensational Rumor. New York, May 22.—Rumors are float ing about Wall street this afternoon, from a reliable source, that U. S. Grant, Jr., left for Canada. New York, May 23.— U. S. Grant, Jr., came from Morristown, N. J., his home, this morning to the office of Grant & Ward aud laughed at the rnmor of his supposed flight to Canada. He says that he intends to remain and attend to the business grow ing out of his financial imbroglio. Col. Fed. Grant is also here. Ten Million Bond Call. Washington, May 22.—The following are the original numbers of the three per cents called to-day and maturing June 30th : Fifty dollars, Noe. 345 to 403, both inclusive; $100, Nos. 2,796 to 3,387 in clusive, aud Nos. 9,479 /> 9.483, inclusive ; $500, Nos. 1,339 to 1,585, inclusive, and Nos. 3,987 to 3,993, inclusive ; $1,000, Nos. 12,375 to 13,355, inclusive, aud Nos. 22,733 to 22,812, inclusive ; $10,000, Nos. 21,171 to 22,075, inclusive. Total $10,000,000. The Cattle Interest. St. Louis, May 22.—A prominent cattle man of Texas, who has just made an exten sive tour of the cattle region aud some ot the Northern markets, says the outlook for lieeves is very tine. He reports that some of the jidvanced herds from Texas had already arrived at Dodge City, Kansas, and says the season's drive from lexas will Ik* larger than for ten years aud will proba bly reach half a million. The Missing Banker. Washington, May 22.—No news has been received from Levis, the missing banker. His affairs in New York are said to be in a very unpromising condition. All his property in this city has been attached, and his office is in the hands of a deputy marshal. The disappearance of Levis was the subject of general comment about the departments, as many clerks had invested various amounts with him, and were anx ious to learn all phases of the matter. A number of depositors with Levis refer to Col. Burnside, disbursing clerk of the Post office department as the one who advised them of this opportunity of making money. They believe he acted from friendly mo tives towards them, and that he was mak ing a good deal of money himself. Colonel Burnside left last night for New York, and is said to lie very much disturbed on ac count of the losses of his friends. He will endeavor, as far as possible, to protect those who acted under his advice. The embar rassment of a number of depositors who were principally persons of limited means, forms the subject of a great deal of talk as facts gradually leak out. One man is re ported as having mortgaged his house for $8,000, paying 8 per cent, interest and plac ing the entire capital with Levis. Several business men are reported to have invested as high as six and eight thousand iu the concern. "It is surprising,'' remarked a broker yesterday, "what a number of sharp, cool-headed business men have gone into this thing. The only way I can explain it is, they were guided by the advice of friends upon whose judgment they relied.'' Stocks. New York, May 21.—Governments lower for registered l-> and 40s, aud higher for 3s. The StocK Market opened irregu lar in the main and lower. The failure of the Pennsylvania Bank, of Pittsburg, caused a selling movement and rumors of trouble iu Philadelphia did the rest. Near 2 p. m. there was a suddeu and sharp change for the better and many of the lead ing stocks commanded a premium lor use. Near the close Union Pacific was hammered down to 40 by leading bear operators. Ad vices were received from Omaha that Ames and Adams, of the Union Pacific, had found the affairs of the Union Pacific in a worse condition than expected and they were utterly helpless to improve it. Official ad vices, however, were exactly contrary. The drop in the Union Pacific caused a decliue of from j to lo per cent, iu the general list. The market closed irregular. Prices are from j to ljj per cent, higher for Missouri Pacific, Kansas & Texas, Northern Pacific, Oregon Transcontinental, Pacific Mail, Texas Pacific and Western Union. Union Pacific is ii per cent lower. New York, May 22.—Governments strong. The general list was well supported in the first hour of business aud a few shares showed an advance of i<5 I, but sulisequent attacks on coalers and Pacific stocks weak ened the whole market. In the last fifteen minutes a buying movement set in and prices rallied \(n lj, Central Pacific being among the most prominent. The market was quiet and firm notwithstanding the announcement of the failure of E. H. Shaw. Compared with last night's closing prices were j (a i lower for Canada Pacific and Northern Pacific preferred ; 1 for Northern Pacific and Central Pacific ; 21 for Pacific Mail, and 3ij for Union Pacific. New York, May 23.— Governments higher. Railways weak and lower. Coal stocks in the early trading marked the lowest prices for years. Jersey Central broke 7 per cent, to 52, Delaware & Hud son 6 to 91, Lackawanna 2J to 101j,and Reading lj to 24]. Near the close the! bears singled out Northern Pacific and broke the commou from 201 to 19$ and preferred from 46$ to 431. Burlington & (Quincy touched 111 Jigainst 115] during the morning. Some shares were compara tively firm at the close, but the market, as a rule, was weak. Compared with last night's closing prices were 7 per cent lower for Lackawanna, 41 for Northwestern. 2j for Northern Pacific preferred, l j for New York Central, and 1@,1 for other active shares, except Central Pacific, which is 1 higher, at 411, and Pacific Mail ] at 36]. j II«* Gambled. Richmond, Va., May 23.—Blanchard's liabilities are $223,000. Among the credi tors are Baring Brothers & Co., Boston. $147,000; Massachusetts National Bank, Boston, $50,000 ; State National Bank, Richmond, $125,000 ; G. Lu man, Balti more, $8,400. His failure is due to heavy dealings in futures. To Settle by Notes. New York, May 23.—James K. Keeue proposes to settle with notes, payable in twelve and eighteen mouths. f ailures lor the Week. New York. May 23.—Failures for the last seveu days in the United States, 212, an increase of 23. Base Hall. Cleveland, May 23. — Chicago, 5; Cleveland, 0. New York, May 23.—New York, 8; Boston, 7. Buffalo, May 23.—Buffalo, 2; Detroit, 1. Philadelphia, May 23.—Providence, 8 ; Philadelphia, 1. Railroad Troubles. Mexico, May 23.—The accommodation on the Central Railroad was stoned near Querretaro yesterday. The train was stopped and the military escort captured three persons. [Mo. 1649.1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK. OF HELENA. ORGANIZED IN 1866. Designated Depository of the United States. Paid-Up Capital............................§300,000 Nurplns and Fronts,.................. 230.000 ». T. HAUSER, President, A. J. DAVIS, Vice-President. E. W. KNIGHT, Cashier, T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, Aas't Cashier. Board of Directors: 8. T. HAUSER JOHN C. CURTIN, A. M. HOLTER, R. S. HAMILTON, JNO. H. MING. C. P. HIGGINS, K. W. KNIGHT, A. J. DAVIS, T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, HENRY M PÄRCHEN T. C. POWER. Associated Banks: FIRST NATIONAL, - Port Benton, Montane. MISSOULA NATIONAL, - Missoula, Montana. FIRST NATIONAL. - - Butte, Montana. General BANKING Business Transacted. 1STEREST PAID OS TIME DEPOSITS. Barne's Patent Foot and Steam Power Scroll Saws. Circular Saws, Mortisers, Lathes, Tenoners, Tormers, etc. OSBORN & ALEXANDER, Sole Agent«, 628 Market St,. San Francisco. Mechanics' Tools.Hanlware, & Machinery Catalogue of nil our goods sent FREE on ap plication. daw3m-ap30 ! j ; ! ; j i Sfcwwwi R0YALJtt&»|| m *AKIN ö POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity strength and wholesomeness. 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 Bakiso Powder Co.. New York. 'WBGtißffmNMiES V BA Vrk IOH-BRED TROTTING STOCK AT Public Auction, Wednesday, . I une 11th, 1884, H rain or shine, at MIDWAY PARK, Adjoining the city limits, St. Paul, Minn,, by Com. N. W. Kittson, Chas. A. DeGraff and George W. Sherwood, about 70 head of high-bred Trot ters, consisting of young Stallions, Fillies, Brood Mares and Geldings, sired principally by such noted stallions as Smuggler, Volunteer, Peace maker. Geo. Wilkes, Von Amim, Blackwood, jr„ Alexander, Jîaymont, Indianapolis, Belmont, Ad ministrator, Blue Bull, and Ravenswood. Terms of sale—C ash. Sale to commence at 10 a. ua. sharp. Send for catalogue, to B. D. WOODMANSEE. d<tw3m-mhl0 St. Paul. Minn. [BXjznrA AND & ENGLISH TRAININGSCHOOL 1 BROADWAY.....................HELENA, H. T. Imparts a thorough and practical education in all commercial branches. The advantages of this Institution are equal to any ot the Eastern Com mercial Colleges. Rates of tuition no higher than in good Eastern Colleges. The same text-books and manner of instruction are used here as in the leading Bryant and Stratton Commercial College « in the United States. PENMANSHIP and BOOK KEEPING a specialty. Circulars giving rates, course of study, and other information, will be sent to any address on application to H. T. ENGELHÖRN, or 1 E. O. RAILSBACK. J rnn<ap4 8 ' dAwly-seplT Helena. Montana. WEIR & POPE, DRUGGISTS! Are Constantly in Receipt of NEW GOODS, and prices are Guaranteed to be as LOW as are Offered by any other House in the City. WEIR A POPF - - DRUGGISTS A Positive Cure for Every Form ol Skin and Blood Disease, from Pimples to Scrofula. milOUSANDS OF LETTERS in our possession 1 repeat this story: 1 have been a terrible sufferer l'or years with Blood and Skin Humors: have been obliged to shun public places by reason of my disfiguring humors ; have had the best physicians ; have spent hundreds of dollars and got no real relief until 1 used the CUTICCRA Resolvent, the new Blood purifier, internally, and Cuticura and Cuticura Soap, the Great Skin Cures and Skin Beautifiers, externally, which have cured me and left my skin and blood as pure as a child's. ALMOST INCREDIBLE. .J»m<*M 4L Richard»«!!, Custom House,New Orleans, on oath, says,—In 1870 Scrofulous Ulcers broke out on my l»ody until I was a mass of cor ruption. Everything known to the medical facul ty was tried in vain. I became a mere wreck. At times could not lift my hands to my head, could not turn in bed ; was in constant pain, and looked upon life as a curse. No relief or cure in ten years. In 1870 I heard of the Cuticura Rem edies, used them, and was perfectly cured. Sworn to before U. S. Com. J. 1>. CRAWFORD. STILL MORE SO. Will McDonald, 2542 Dearborn Street, Chi cago, gratefully acknowledges a cure of Eczema, or Salt Rheum, on head, neck, face, arms, and legs for seventeen years; not able to mo'e, ex cept on hands and knees, for one year; not able to help himself for eight years; tried hundreds of remedies; doctors pronounced his case hope less, permanently cured by the Cuticura Rem hies. MORE WONDERFUL YET. 44. 4L Carpenter. Henderson, N. A., cured of Psoriasis or Leprosy, of twenty years' stand ing, by Cuticura Remedies. The most wonder ful cure on record. A dustpanfnl of scales fell from him daily. Physicians and his friends thought he must die. Cure sworn to l>efore a justice of the peace and Henderson's most prom inent citizens. DON'T WAIT. Write to iin for these testimonials in fullor send direct to the parties. All are absolutely true and given without our knowledge or solicitation. Don't wait. Now is the time toeure every species of Itching, Scaly, Pimply. Scrofulous, Inherited, Contagious, and Copper-colored Diseases of the Blood, Skin and Scalp with Loss of Hair. Sold by all druggists. Price: Cuticura, 50 cts. ; Resolvent, SI ; Soap, 25cts. Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Boston, Mass. np A ITrftV For Rough, Chapped and Oily 44FiL\ 4 j m. A Skin. Blackheads, and Skin Blemishes, use Cuticura Soap. > octette ®itteR s Regeneration for Enfeebled Systems. Suffering from a general want of tone and its usual concomitants, dyspepsia and nervousness, is seldom derivable from the use of a nour ing diet and stimuli of appetite, unaided. A medicine that will effect the removal of the speific obstacle to renewed health and vigor, that is a genuine corrective, is the real need. It is the possession of this grand requirement which makes Hostetter's Stomach Bitters so effective as an invigorant. For sale by all Drug gists and Dealers generally. ATTENTION ! Farmers a nd G ardener». If you want tried and reliable GARDEN SEEDS, Go or send to H. M. PÄRCHEN & CO., leading druggists, Helena. Montana, and buy Landreth's. They have been tried with unvarying success for eighteen years in Montana. Guaranteed Iresh and true to name. Put up in sealed packages, with directions for culture, and sold at strictly growers catalogne prices*. Price List and Landreth's illustrated catalogue and almanac furnished on application. Extra clean and fresh Timothy and Red Top Clover. Hungarian, Millet and Blue Grass, in quantities at prices defying competition. Vick*» Flower Seeds in great variety. H. M. PÄRCHEN A CO. A DEALERS IN wly-feb28 MONTANA NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA. Organized!November, 1882. C. A. BROADWATER. - - President A.ti. CLARKE, ... Vice-President 4L SHARPE.........fusilier UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid Up Capital...........................§250.000. Surplus and Profits..................... .3.5.000 DIRECTORS: S. C. ASHBY. N. H. WEBSTER. H. F. GALEN. C. W. CANNON. diw-janl B. F. POTTS. HERMAN (i ANS. S. H. CROUNSE. R. B. HARRISON. A H. WILDER. of St. Paul. Our Stock of DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CLOCKS, and SPECTACLES, AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, GEO. P. REEVES CO. dly-augl7 SECOND NATIONAL BANK HELENA, HONT. 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 SAVINGS INSTITUTION 0! MONTANA ! DIRECTORS: E. D. Edgerton, Pres't; D. 8. Wade, Vice-Pres't ; A. E. Bunker, Cashier. J. B. Sanford, George Bbeck, Cornelius Hedges, John Kinn a. Chas. K. Cole, Chris. Kenck. 2-1-83-dawly F ABM JL0ANS. I will undertake the negotiation through the Corbin Banking Company of New York, of long-time loans on improved farms in this Territory, and have ap pointed Massena Bullard, Esq., of Helena, to act as my agent. All applications for loans, or letters re questing information, should be addressed to Mr. Bullard, as above. djbw6m-jan28 D* C« CORBIN. HARDWARE Mechanics Tools. Mill Supplies. Belting. Brass Goods and Pipe Fittings, Battery Screen, Steel Wheelbarrows, Iron, Steel, Pipe and Heavy Hard ware. 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 Our entire Stock of SILVER PLATED WARE Is Offered in JOB LOTS Or at RETAIL, AT COST. THOMAS ECKLES, M. D. nOMOOOFAT SUIT. Office on Grand street. d<awtf-dec20 DR. FOOTE, Jr. (Direct from New York City.) AMERICA'S GREATEST SPECIALIST. The Doctor, believing that the Northwest will in the near future develope into a populous anil wealthy country, has decided to visit this coun try every season, remaining from early spring to late in the fall, making If eien«. M. T., his headquarters, and has no doubt but an exper ienced and reliable specialist will l>e bailed with joy l.y the unprejudiced and thoughtful public. After graduating at the best schools of medi cine America affords, and visiting various Eu ropean colleges and hospitals and being qualified by special study and practice and receiving the best advice and instructions from the most emi nent specialist in the East, Dr. Foot, Jr., has be come wonderfully skilled, and with his great preparation and improved instruments, new vegetable medicines, and by the aid of extensive electrical appliances and batteries he is enabled to treat the vast majority of those diseases and deformities heretofore deemed Incurable and usually given up by the family physician, as all forms of Head and Throat diseases such as Catarrh. Tonsilitis, Pharyngitis, Laryngitis. Tra cheitis, Bronchitis, Asthma, etc. AÜ Stomach, hirer ami Kidney Disease*. such as Dyspepsia. Indigestion. Constipation, Dizziness. HEADACHE, Diabetes, LAME and WEAK BACKS, etc. All Bladder, Rectum and Sexual diseases, all Blood diseases as Scrofula, Syphilis in all forms, etc. SKIN and Scalp dis eases, Pimples, Blotches, Blackheads, Discolora tions, etc., entirely removed. RHEUMATISM in all stages. Neuralgia of long standing. Ail Brain, NERVOUS and Debilitating diseases. Heart disease, Fits SEMINAL WEAKNESS, Gon, and Gleet. LOST MANHOOD, etc. Paraly sis, Dropsy, etc. Cancers and HEMORRHOIDS of all kinds removed speedily without knife, pain or blood. All diseases of the Feet, Ingrow ing Nails, Bunions, Corns, etc. All diseases of the EYE and EAR treated with skill and care equal to any oculist and aurist of the world. Op thulmia. Granulations, etc. Cataracts removed, ('ross eyes straightened. Deafness, Ottorrlioea and all affections of the ear cured. Tape Worms removed, etc. 44 It FOOTE <> FFEKS §4,000 FOR ANY Female Siscase That he cannot cure, when claiming to. The doctor has had such an extensive practice that ne usually can tell a woman her many troubles WITHOUT ASKING A QUESTION—SIMPLY BY LOOKING AT HER. There is not one case in one hundred that can not l>e relieved and cured in a few weeks, and yet there are few women who are not afflicted with one or more members of this vast army of dis ease anil death. Among the most important may he enumerated, DISPLACEMENTS Inflam mation. Ulceration, LUCORRHOEA, Painful, SCANTY and Irregular Menstruation, NER VOUS and GENERAL DEBILITY, BARREN NESS, etc., and many well known symptoms, Uterine Cancer anil Ulceration, Displacements, etc., can henceforth l>e cured at your homes. You need not go east or sutler from the old and unsuccessful treatment of the knife, pessories and bungling and unnatural instruments yet in vogue with the old school practice of ten or fifteen years ago. WILL VISIT YOUR RESIDENCES when desired, and thorough examinations made when necessary. ONE VISIT only is required in the majority of chronic diseases. VISITS made only during the day. First visit low price. The Doctor does business on the square and will tell every patient AS NEAR THE TRUTH as possible'. If the Doctor believes that your case can l>e greatly im proved or cured he will tell you so, and if not he will not take your case under treatment. Many Montana testimonials to la* seen at the ottice already. Office hour» f rom 10 ». in. to H |t. m. f'OXS U LTATION FREE! Every day. at Room 4. International Hotel. P. S.—Invalids should call at once, or write for "List of Questions." A majority of cases can be treated just as successfully by letter as though |>ersonally examined. Medieinesent everywhere iu concealed packages, and express or postage prepaii 1. Melena, M. T. wly-my22 TUTTS PILLS TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA. From these sources arise * iree-fourtlis of the diseases of the humai ■ race. These symptoms indicate their existence: Loss of Appetite, Dowel* costive, Sick llead aclie, fullness after eating, aversion to exertion of body or mind, Eructation of food, Irritability of temper, Lmv spirits, A feeling of having neglected some ditty. Dizziness,Fluttering ut the Heart, Dots before the eves, highly col ored Urine, CONSTIPATION, and de mand the use of a remedy that acts directly on the Liver. As a Liver medicine TUTT'S PILLS have no equal. Their action on the Kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removing .11 impurities through these three " scav engers of tlie system." producing appe tite. sound digestion, regular stools, a clear skit iand a vigorous body. TUTT'S PILLS cause no nausea or griping nor interfere with daily work and are a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. Sold everywhere, 25c. Office,44 M urniy *St.,N.Y. TUTTS HAIR DYE. Grat Hair or Whiskers changed in stantly to a Glossy Black bv a single ap plication of this Dye. Sold by Druggists, or sent bv express on receipt of SI. Office, 44 Murray Street, New Yo k. YUTT'S MANUAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREE. Notice t o C reditors. Kroate«!' 4*. Francia .Madden. Decease«!. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned^ Administrator of the estate of P. Francis Mad den, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to ex hibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Administrator, at Helena, Lewis and Clarke county, Territory of Montana. Helena, Montana, 23d day of May, 1884. JOHN MOFFITT. Administrator of P. Francis Madden, deceased. dltdiw4t-ray23 ASSIGNEE'S CLOSING OUT SALE. The partnership property of C. L. Vawter A Co having been assigned to me for the benefit of the creditors of said firm, I now offer for sale the entire stock, consisting of Agricultural Implements, Bain Wag ons, Road Carts, Spring Wagons, Miller Boggles. Buck Boards. John Deere Sulky Plows, John Deere Walking Plows, Uas sady Sulky Plows,«raI n Drills, Dise Harrows. Racine Fanning Hills, Mounted Grind Stones. Oliver Chilled Plows, Wagon Hardware, a Full Line of Harness, Whips, Col lars, Cosh lens. Wagon Extras. Extension Tops, etc. These goods will be sold for cash at such prices as will afford opportunities for securing great bargains. MASSENA BULLARD, Assignee of C. L. Vawter A Co. Helena. M. T., Sept. 19, 1883. dawtf-aep29 WALTER W. DeLACY, D. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR Opposite Surveyor General's Office. HELENA, ... - MONTAN. d&wtf-as2 THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bourbon, Ind , says : "Both mypelf and wife owe our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CUKE.' ARE YOU MADE miserable by indigestion, con stipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Yellow Skin ? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a positive cure. WHY WILL YOU cough when Shiloh's Cure will give immediate relief. Price 10 cts., 50 cts.,and cl. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY-a positive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth. Sold by H. M. Pärchen A* Co.. dA.wly-sep20 * Helena, M. T, j i I ' ' ! i 1 ; ; j ! i 1 SPAING CLOTHING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING SPRING & Announce the first ar rival in Montana of all the New est dnd Nob biest Styles of Mens', Hoys' and Youth's Spring Suits, Hilts, Caps, Shirts, Neckwear, etc. To which we invite the attention of purchasers PRICES CHEAPER THAN EVER DON'T SHOOT! But if you <lo, wave money by liny ing (lie best gooria at (lie HELENA ARMORY Î SPECIALTIES: Sharpe's, Winchester, Marlin and Ball a r d Rittes; Parker, Colts and Remington Breech and Muzzle Loading Shot Guns; Mervin A Hulbert, Colt's and S. A W. Revolvers. Wholesale and retail dealer in Arms, Aiumuni ll on, Tobaccos, Cigars, Fruits, notions, etc. dly-ianl M. SILVERMAN. Owners of Ranges Wishing to sell to good advantage their entire outfit can do so through us. Send complete list of property and lowest price. Our connections are such as to enable us to dispose of Kangcst of any amount, from 810,000 in value to sl. 000 , 000 . Address GEO. R. TINGLE & SON, Live Stock Brokers, Glendive, Montana. w3m-feb7 INTERNATIONAL HOTEL. Corner Main A Bridge Mrecta. Helena. M. T.,—Under New Management. I Table the best in the city. Transient rates, Î2 to ■ S3 per day, according to location of rooms. Daily , arrival and departures from this hotel of all the I United States Mail coaches. My prices are not as low as some of the second-class hotels, but are i reasonable, and knowing my ability to please the ! first-class trade, I guarantee satisfaction to all. i Will be pleased to see the traveling public in S general. j wly-janI2 MAX SKLOWER. O The Buyers' Guide is is sued March and Sept., each year: 216 pages, 8ixll£ inches, with over 3,300 illustrations—a whole pic ture gallery. Gives whole sale prices direct to consumers on all goods for personal or family use. Tells how to order, and gives exact cost of every thing you use, eat, drink, wear, or have fun with. These invaluable books con tain information gleaned from the maw 'gets of the world. We will mail a copy Free to any address upon receipt of the postage —7 cents. Let us hear from you. Respectfully, MONTGOMERY WARD A CO* »#7 A sa» Wabash Avenue, Cktaaia HL wly-aug30 LEGALBLANKS For the use of Lawyers. Justices of the Peace, Conveyancers, Survey ors, Agents, Owners and Les sors of Real Estate, dec. THE HERALD has in Stock the following blanks. They are neatly printed, with red ruling for a border. The forms have been carefully pre pared by a lawyer, are in conformity wth the statutes of the Territory, and are applicable to any county in Montana : DISTRICT COURT BLANKS.Affldavlt for Attachment; Undertaking on Attachment; Writ of Attachment; Notice Appeal ; Undertaking on Appeal ; Affidavit for Publication of Summons; Order for Publication of Summons; Affidavit. Order and Notice for Examination of Witnesses; Undertaking on Claim and Delivery of Personal Prooerty; Execution ; Deposition ; Sheriff's Sale; Summons. GENERAL BLANK». — Deed—Warranty ; Deed-Bargain and Sale; Deed-Quit Claim ; Deed —Mining Claim ; Notice of I,ooation-Quartz ; Ap plication for Patent; Certificate of Incorporation; Mortgage ; Chattel Mortgage ; Assignment of Mortgage ; Power of Attorney ; Lease ; Bond ; I ills of Sale. PRICE OF ABOVE BLANKS—10 cts. each ; 12 for 81.00; 100 for 87.00. On orders for 200 blanks (814.00) and upwards, a discount of 25 per cent, will be allowed. Postage paid on all orders by mail. Also,the following Blanks on hand at 85.00 Pee Hundred with same Discount on Orders i-OR 200 ; ..... FOR JUSTICE UOUBT.—Writ of Attach ment; Undertaking on Attachment; Affidavitfor Attachment; Summons; Summons for Juror; Subpiena; Bounty Certificates (wild animals. FOB DISTRICT COURT. —Summons for Juror; Subpoena. Acknowledgments, " Man and V ife," 53.00 per hundred; Acknowledgments, "Single," 82.50 per hundred. Twenty-five per cent, discount on orders 200 and upwards. Address FISK BROS., Helena, M. T.