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Senat»*. Washington', June 18.— Consideration of the Utah bill was resumed. Ho ir offered an amendment to strike out the eiause abolishing woman suffrage in Utah. Rejected—ayes, 1"; na 3> 34 - Those voting in the affirmative were Blair, Bowen. Brown, Conger, Cullom, I aimer, Bike, Sherman, Vanee and Wilson. Brown explained his vote by saying that he was personally opposed to woman suffrage, but regarding it as entirely a local matter, and as it had been established in the Territory, he would vote against the United States government interfering with it. The bill then passed—311 yeas and 15 nays, as follows. Yeas—Allison, Beck, Bowen, Cameron Wi.-v . <'olquit, Conger, Cullom. Dawes, Dolph, Kdmunds, Fair, Frye. Garland, Harrison, Ingalls, Jackson, Jones <lla | » Jones N'ev.), Lapham, McMillan, Mc- Pherson, Mahone, Manderson, Miller ( Cal.), Mitchell. Morrill, Palmer. Pike. 1 ugh, Kiddleberger, Sawyer, Voorhees and >\ ll- -on—33. , ,, Nays—Bayard, Brown, Coke, George, Hampton. Jonas, Kenna, Lamar. Maxey, Morgan, Pendleton, Bansom, \ auce, \ est, and Walker—15. House. Speeches were made by Throckmorton, Thompson. Post. Jordan. Cassidy and Hewitt N V.). The latter said he would • wove to recommit the bill, w ith instruc tions directing the Secretary of the Treas ury to report on the first Monday in December, by which the act of May 7th, should be enlarged by additional fi.iyments to be made by railroad Com panies. so that the debt to the United States, principal and interest, should cer tainly be paid at maturity, or at the ex piration of the extension which the Secre tary might deem necessary to be made, j What he asked was that the House should (io with these companies what every busi ness man would do with a debtor—nurse the debtor and give him an opportunity to pav his debt, instead of crushing him. 1 The discussion was continued by Ander son. Laird, Belford and Sumner (Cal.). Thompson, having charge of the majority Sill, offered an amendment making the aggregate payment required of the com panies fifty-five per cent, instead of thirty five. The previous question was ordered, and the House took a recess until 10 o'clock to morrow. Washington, June 10.—The House met ui continuation of Wednesday's session and resumed consideration of the Pacific rail toad bill. The first question was on the amend ment offered by Thompson, to make the yearly contribution of the Central Pacific ■G instead of JO per cent, of the net earn ing-. and that of the Kansas Pacific 45 per ecu r - Agreed to. The question was then taken on the mi .ritv bill, and it was rejected. Lrnitt iN. Y.) moved to recommit the hi! with instructions to report by the tin d Monday in December a bill by w hich the -inking fund of the companies shall be enlarged by additional payments, so that the debt due the government may lie surely paid at maturity. Rejected by 05 to 84. The bill then passed without division. Senate. Washington, June 10.—Butler called up his resolutiou providing for an inquiry into the condition of the New York banks. \fter debate, the matter went over. The bill to prevent the importation of tea dust into the United States was passed. The Mexican pension bill was then taken up. Ingalls submitted a modification of his arrears of pension provision. The modifi cation provides that so far as the arrears go there shall he no discrimination be tween the rates allowed to the private sol dier and an officer. After some prelimi nary discussion as to the probable addition to the annual cost iiy the adoption of the amendments proposed to the bill, Beck said the Commissiener of Pensions hail estimat ed the cost at about $24l>,000,000, and it seemed to be tacking on $241, 000,000 to a lull that originally called lor $500,000. He presumed the intention in making this addition was to kill the bill. After a lengthy debate the .Senate went into executive session and soon after ad journed. House. Washington, June 10.—Mr. Hopkins, from the Committee on Labor, called up the bill to prohibit the importation and migration of foreigners and aliens under contract. Jones offered an amendment which was adopted, providing that nothing in this act shall be construed as prohibiting any indi vidual from assisting any member of his family or relative to migrate from foreign countries to the United States. The bill then passed without division. The contested election case of Campbell vs. Morey was then taken up. Lowrey supported the contestant's right to the seat. Adjourned. Senate. Washington, June 20.—The Mexican pension bill was taken up, and alter a somewhat lengthy debate Cullom attempt ed to secure an agreement to have a vote on the bill by 5 o'clock to-morrow, but Morgan objected, saying that the bill must go through on its merits or not at all. The Senate went iuto executive sessiou, and soon after adjourned. House. The Dill reducing from fifty to twenty live cents tile clearance fees levied upon vessels engaged in domestic commerce. Tucker, from the Judiciary Committee, submitted a report upon the case of Hallet Kilbourn vs. ex-Sergeant at-Arms Thomp son. Referred. The report of the Appropriations Com mittee says: ''Your committee think it lietter to let the judgment stand without further litigation, aud as the judgment against the defendant was for acts com mitted by him under order from the House of Representatives, your committee recom mend that an appropriation lie made to I »ay t lie amount thereof in relict of the defendant." The House resumed consideration of the Morey contested election case. The reso lution of the majority seating Campbell was agreed to, and that gentleman ap peared before the bar of the House and took the oath of office. A recess was then taken until 8 o'clock. There being no quorum at the evening session the House adjourned. Nicaragua Canal. Washington, June IS).—.Secretary Fre- linghuyseu to-day communicated to the House Committees on Appropriations and Foreign Affairs, at a joint meeting, details of the plans and adminstration in respect to the Nicaraguan water way. He said the unusual method adopted for makiug these matters known to Congress were taken for "real reasons," and asked that his communications might be received under restrictions of official secrecy. The com- mittees. after hearing the Secretary, ad- journed without action. -- Assignment. Ni:w \ OKK, June 20.—Cornelius K. Gar- rison has assigned to John T. I'erry. Preference $031,000. Indiana Republican Convention. Indianapolis, Ind., June 48.—The Re- : publican State convention to nominate candidates for State officers will l>e held in 1 this city to-morrow. Nearly all ol the delegates are now in the city and canvass ing in the interest ot the various candidates is very active. The principal interest cen- , ters in the contest for Governor, the lead ing candidates being Col. W. H. Calkins and Commissioner of Pensions Dudley. ; The latter did not arrive in the city till last night and has lost some votes because of his delay. His friends are now pushing his claims vigorously. The friends of Post master General Gresham held a meeting this afternoon and decided to present his name to the convention. Calkins is largely in the lead, and it looks as if he will be the nominee. Indianapolis, June 19.—The Repub lican State Convention was called to order at 10:30. Hon. Stanton J. Peelle was elec ted permanent president' The nomination for Governor was made the first order of business, the committee on resolutions not being ready to report. Hon. Win. H. Calk ins, Col. W. W. Dudley and Gen. John P. ; Shanks were named. Mr. Calkins was nominated on the first ballot,receiving 094 votes Dudley 512, aud Shanks 48. The nomination was made unanimous. Ulaine at Home. Augusta, Me., June 18.—Mr. Blaine and party arrived here at 10 45 to-night by Pull man train, aud all were driven up to Mr. Blaine's residence where they will remain to-night. General Logan and Senator and Mis. llale leave for Washington to-morrow morning. Thomas Sherman, Blaine's private secte retary, is expected here on Friday. Stephen B. Elkins and wife, of New Mex ico. arrived this afternoon and were driven to the residence of Mr. Blaine, whose guests they are. They will remain in the city for several days. Oil for W ashington. Augusta, Me., June 19.—Geu Logan aud Senator Hale visited the Soldiers' Home to-day. Niue thousand soldiers were in line. A salute of seventeen guns was tired. Logau made a speech and at the finish was given three cheers. Senator Hale also spoke. After lunch the party returned to Augusta. They leave for Washington this atteruoon. Florida Independent Democrats. Live Oak, Fla., June 18.—The State Convention of Independents met to-day. Twenty-seven counties were represented. Resolutions were adopted denouncing Bourbon Democracy. F. W. Pope, a Itolt mg Democrat, was nominated for Governor and J. C. Greely, a Republican, for Lieu tenant Governor. This is the first organ ized independent movement in Florida. Democratic Electors Resign. San Francisco, June 18.—J. Campbell Shari and J. C. Martin, elected Presidential Electors by the Democratic State conven tion lately held at Stockton, have resigned. They refuse to endorse the platform. Cleveland's Strength. Sakatoga, June 18.—A canvass of the Cleveland men here shows their claim to be that the delegation from this convention goes to Chicago three to one in favor of Cleveland. Many Flower men concede Cleveland's majority but do not admit it even two to one. Saratoga, June 19.—Saratoga looks deserted. The Tammany and Irving Hall men left this morning. Nelson J. Water bury said there would be a strong effort to concentrate on Cleveland at Chicago. He did not how far West the action of yester day's convention would be decisive in plac ing Cleveland as the most available candi date before the country. Gen. Faulkner, delegate-at-large, aud leader of the Flower campaign, says that forty of the seventy two delegates to Chicago are anti-Cleve land. Gen. W. H. Ludlow said the result of the convention was anti-Cleveland. He further claimed that Cleveland's managers avoided all test votes. Improvement of Galveston Harbor. Washington. June 18.—Nimmo, Citiel of the Bureau of Statistics, at the request of Secretary Folger, has prepared aud transmitted an elaborate report on the pro posed improvement of Galveston Harbor. Nimmo thinks the proposed work of great national importance, and gives the follow ing reasons why it should Ik* undertaken : First. There is a great lack of harbor facilities on the Gulf of Mexico, especially west of the Mississippi. Second. The Galveston Harbor is the one most susceptible to improvement. Third. The vast resources of Texas and I their development, and the agricultural and commercial interests of an area as large as Great Britain. France, Spain. Italy j and the German empire appear to warrant the proposed expenditure. Fourth. The work would greatly ad vance the traffic interests of more than ö,UOO miles of railroad in Texas, and indi rectly the interests of 5,000 miles of rail road outside of that State. Fifth. It would through the stimula tion of competition exert an important regulating influence upon the rates of transportation by rail acros the continent and by sea by way of Panama and Cape Horn. The importance of the improve ment from a military point of view was also considered. Tennessee Democratic Convention. Nashville, June 19.—At the Demo cratic Convention the entire forenoon was consumed in consideration of the platform. The minority report, which embodies the features of the Ohio platform, was tabled. A motion to table the majority report and relegate the whole tariff" question to the National Convention was voted down. The convention is now voting ou the call of the previous question on the majority report. Heavy Rain in Mexico. Mexico, June 19.—The was a great wash out on the Mexican Central railroad near Aguas Calientes yesterday and the passen gers had to Ik transferred. The break will be speedily repaired. The rains continue heavy in northern Mexico, but there has Wen no rain in the valley this month. r l he dryness is almost unprecedented. Electric Medical Association. Cincinnati, June 19.—The National Electric Medical Association heard an ad dress by John King od medical legislation, which he declared unconstitutional and a conspiracy against republican liberty, len thousand copies of the address were or derered printed. Unfounded Report. Chicago, .lune 19.—The rumor circulat ed in Wall street and on "Change in this city, that S. H. H. Clark, of the Union Pa cific, had resigued his position ot General Manager of that road is entirely without foundation. ____ Theatrical Engagements. London, June 18.—Patti signed an agreement with Mapleson to sing in America next season. She is torecei\e $4,000 for each concert and all expenses. Paris, June 18.—Mayer has leased the Porte St. Martin Theatre and engaged Sarah Bernhard for seven years. Assignment of C. K. Garrison. New York, June 19.—The rumors yes terday connecting Commodore Garrison's name with protested paper have this foun dation : He is endorser on Pittsburg. Cleveland and Toledo paper, some of which may have been extended. The Commodore says he has had no personal paper protested. New York. June 20.—Cornelius K. Gar lison to-day filed his assignment in the County Clerk's ofiice to Jno. I. Terry, with preferences of $031,000. The details of the assignment provide for the payment of a certain sum to Lettiha W. Garrison and sums to his lawyers. Also, to pay to Geo. K. Forrest the indebtedness for manage ment of the affairs. The remainder is due on notes seen red by stocks, bonds, and reality. Commodore C. K. Garrison, who made an assignment to-day, is well known as form erly deeply interested in the Pacific Mail, New Orleans and West India steamship lines. He is large stockholder in profitable gas companies iu this city, St. Louis, New Orleans, and other large cities. He was the principal owner of the Missouri-Pacific railroad, but sold out a few years ago. He had been interested lately in numerous railway schemes. He was formerly a resi dent of St. Louis. He made the bulk of his fortune prior to the rebellion. Melville C. Day, counsel for GarrisoD, says the assignment is made because of financial embarrassment. It was forced upon Garrison by the protest of notes under his endorsement yesterday. He is a heavy holder of securities and so much of his wealth is tied up in these, which are al most unmarketable at present, that he could not meet his liabilities. He has a large number of Ohio railroad securities, which have shrunk but are not now in the market, the value of which cannot lie esti mated. The assignment is simply for the benefit of creditors. The amount involved by the failure of Garrison is supposed to be nearly $5,000, 000. The preferences amount to $631,000. Assignee Terry said it was impossible yet to state the figures. The effect on Wall street was to still more unsettle things, though not to so great an extent as was feared. It is said that Garrison was not very largely interested in stocks, his fancy being lor gas stock and outside specialties. Stocks fell otf from one to three pei cent., but no failures are reported. A prominent hanker said: The effect of the failure, coming as it does now, will naturally unsettle things. In fact stocks cannot go any lower without hitting and hurting some one. I think the tailure rather a good thing than otherwise, for it distributes a large amount of money amont' many dilfereut people. Men like Vander bilt and Garrison do not stop at an accu mulation of two, three or five millions but they run it up to ten aud twenty millions. That is wrong, and the distribution of such large amounts will benefit the people. 3:45 p. m.—The failure of Garrison had little effect on Stock Exchange dealings, as he had no large interest in the stock market. Of course there was a slight flurry on the first announcement of his assignment, but no failures lollowed, nor are any anticipated in consequence thereof. The decline in the stock market cannot be said to lie due to the tailure ot Garrison, for there were large sales ot Rock Island, supposed to have come Irom Vanderbilt, which weakened the entire list. There was no panic and no signs thereof. Fast Trotting. Chicago, June 18.—Secretary Hall, of the Chicago Driving Park, received a tele gram from Cleveland to-day, from the manager of the fast trotter Jay Eye See, saying that he showed a full mile to-day in 2:12, and saying that there was no doubt but that he would be in a condition to heat the record at the coming trotting meeting here. MILLER'S BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Sign of the Rig Boot ! MAIN STREET, - - - HELENA. Carries, constantly, a very large stoek of the best Boots and Shoes, for the wholesale and re tail trade. Special attention (riven to orders by mail, and satisfaction guaranteed. The contin ued liberal patronage of friends all over Montana is respectfully solicited. wly-je!9 ^ [No. 1649.1 FIRST NATIONAL BANE. OF HELEKA. ORGANIZED IN 1866. Designated Depository of the United States. a'nid-rp Capital ............................#300.000 Surplus and Profils, .................. 250,000 s. T. HAUSER, President, A. J. DAVIS, Vice-President. K. W. KNiGHT, Cashier, T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, Ass t Cashier. Hoard of Ilirteiors: S. T. HAUSER JOHN C. CURTIN, A. M. HOLTER. R. S. HAMILTON, JNO. H. MING, C. P. HIGGINS, L. Vs . KNIGHT, A. J. DAVIS, I .H KLKINSCHMIDT, HENRY M PÄRCHEN T. C. POWER. AttNOCinted Banks : FIRST NATIONAL, - Fort Benton, Montana. MISSOULA NATIONAL, - Missoula, Montana. FIRST NATIONAL, - - Butte, Montana. General BANKING Business Transacted. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. ' j AND ENGLISH TRAININGSCHOOL RROAIiWAY.....................HELENA, M. T. Imparts a thorough and practical education in all commercial branches. The advantages of this institution are equal to any oi the Eastern Com mercial Colleges. Rates of tuit'on no higher than in good Eastern Colleges. Ti e same text-books and manner of instruction are used here as in the leading Bryant and Stratton Commercial Colleges in the United States. PENMANSHIP and BOOK KEEPING a specialty. Circulars giving rates, course of study, and other information, will be sent to anv address on application to ïo^ E ssr° r }^. d.vwly-aeplT 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 6l POPF - - DRUGGISTS ROY AL H Wfl| « m &akih c u È. N 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 cant. Royal Baking Powder Co.. New York. Disfiguring HUMORS, Itching and Burning Tor tures, Humil iating Erup tions, such as S ALT RHEUM or Eczema, Psorias, Scald Head, infantile or Birtli Humors, and every form of Itching, Scaly, Pimply, Scrofulous, In herited. Contagious, and Copper-Colored Diseases of the Blood, Skin, and Scalp, with Loss of Hair, are positively cured by the Cuticura Remedies. Cuti cut'll Resolvent, the new Mood puri fier, cleanses the blood ami perspiration of im purities and poisonous elements, and thus re moves the cause. _ Cutienra. the great Skin Cure, instantly allays Itching and Inflammation, clears the Skin and Scalp, heals Ulcers and Sores, and restores the Hair. Cntieiirii knap, an exqisite Skin Beantifler and Toilet Requisite, prepared from Cuticura, is indispensable in treating Skin Diseases, Baby Humors, Skin Blemishes, Rough, Chapped, or Oily Skin. Cuticura Remedies are absolutely pure, and the only real Blood Purifiers and Skin Beau tifiers, free from mercury, arsenic, lead, zinc, or any ether mineral or vegetable poison whatso ever. It would require this entire paper to do jus tice to a description of the cures performed by the Cuticura Resolvent internally, and Cuti » i ka and Cuticura Soap externally. Hex ciiiii of the palms of the hands and of the ends of the fingers, very difficult to treat and usually considered incurable; small patches of tetter and salt rheum on the ears, nose, and sides of the face. Scalded Head* with loss of hair without numlier, heads covered with dandruff'and scaly eruptions, especially of children and infants, many of which since tirth had been a mass of scabs : I tell lug. burning, ami scaly tortures that baffled even relief from ordinary remedies, sooth ed and healed as by magic; PworiaNiM. leprosy, and other frightful forms of skin diseases, scrofulous ulcers, old sores, and discharging wounds, each and all of which have been speedily, permanently, and economically cured by the Cuticura Remedies. Sold every where. Price: Citutra, 50 cents; Resolvent, SLOP ; Soap, 25 cents; Potter Drug ani> Chemical Co., Boston Mass. Send for "How lo Cur*» Skin Digeaae«*.** FARM LOANS. I will undertake t h e negotiation through the Corbin Banking Company of New York, of long-tim® 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. d£w6m-jan2K D. C. VORHIN. ATTENTION ! Farmers and Gardeners. If you want tried and reliable CARDEN SEEDS, Go or send to H. M. PÄRCHEN & CO., leading druggists, Helena, Montana, and buy Lamlreth'tt. They have been tried with unvarying success for eighteen years in Montana. Guaranteed Ireati and true to name. Put up in sealed packages, with directions for culture, and sold at strictly grower« catalogue i*rl«*e«*. Price List and Landreth's illustrated catalogue and almanac tarnished on application. E.xtra clean and fresh Timothy and Red Top « lover. Hungarian, Millet and Blue Grass, in quantities at prices defying competition. Vick*» Flower Seeds in great variety. H. M. PÄRCHEN «V CO. h eo u 23 III ® _ "J Û * o 9 £j4 x » e**3 •- Ï2 s — cj ac5 i? u • *3 -- m sjd - o °® tS * 3c ^ a ~ »^2 co Ê! Sili ca =•? <--* ' ■ a e ' s •■at K* . E® I ®3 its 2*- - ®&,J; O a J-3 Ï ' « Sû III * o s co fil z So e* 2 © * © - u £ « ® 5 |; jf >.3 s i » o % si* S'cf as JE © CU ,2 3 Sieste 0_-a.CS a 3 I m 4 M . O i d* : 5 £ I .»-S <138 '3*3 ec igi* o 3 i -SI No ^ t 25 r COE— r §55 ce a • ï ® = 1 1 55 ? ï e _ SS ^6« "g 2 3 1- *1 f! ^ X . 0Ê ] C «i W — G A. _ 9 es2 «5 3 C ä — 3 © a A JUi __________J-----, DEALERS IN HARDWARE Mechanics Tools. Mill Supplies. Belting. Brass Goods and Pipe Fittings, Battery Screen, Steel Wheelbarrows, Iron, Steel, Pipe and HeavyJHard 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 miner, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Fronts, Etc. wly-feb2S ICE! 1 Our entire Stock of SILVER PLATED WARE Is Offered in JOB LOTS „ Or at RETAIL, AT COST. Our Stock of DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CLOCKS, and SPECTACLES, IT GUI REDUCED PRICES. . P. REEVES & GO., dlv-auglT Paid Up Capital................. Nnrplnx and Profit«......... DIRECTORS: S. C. ASHBY. N. H. WEBSTER. H. F. GALEN. C. W. CANNON. dAw-janl B. F. POTTS. HERMAN GANS. S. H. CROUNSE. R. B. HARRISON. A. H. WILDER. of St. Paul. HELENA, d.Vwtf-a»2 TUTTS PILLS mhhbhi TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA. From tlyse sources arise three-fourths oi tli« diseases of the human race. These symptoms indicate their existence : Loss of Appetite, Bowels costive, Sick Head« ache, fullness after eating, aversion to exertion of body or mind, Eructation of food, Irritability of temper, Low spirits, A feeling of having neglected some duty, Dizziness, Fluttering at the Heart, Rots before the eyes, 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 PILES have no equal. Their action on the Kidneys and Skin is also prompt; removing .11 impurities through these three "scav engers jof the system," producing appe t ite, sound digestion, regular stools, a clear skin and a vigorous body. Tl'TT'S PILLS cause no nausea or griping nor interfere with daily work and are a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. Sold everywhere, 95e. Office, 44 Murray St.,IS .Y. TUTTS HAIR DYE. Grat Hair or Whiskers changed in stantly toaGLosSY Black by a single ap plication of tills I)YE. Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of Office, 44 Murray Street, New York. ▼UTT'S MANUAL 3F USEFUL RECEIPTS FREE. SECOND NATIONAL BANK HELENA, MONT. 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 ONET SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN MONTANA! DIRECTORS; E. D. Eixjerton*. Pres't; D. S. Wade, Vioe-Pres't; A. E. Bunker, Cashier. J. B. Sanford, George Breck, Cornelius Hedges, John Kinna, Chas. K. Cole, Chris. Kenck. 2-1-83-dAwly _ ASSIGNEE'S CLOSING! OUT SALE. The partnership property of C. L. Vawter A Co having been issigned 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. Hiller Buggies. Buek Boards, John Deere Sulky Plows. John Deere Walking Plows, «'as sady Sulky Plows.(.rain Drills.Disc Harrows. Kaeiue Fanning Hills. Mounted Grind Stones, Oliver Chilled Plows. Wagon Hardware, a Full Line of Harness. Whips. Col lars. Cushions.Wagon Extras. Extension Tops. etc. ' I ! I I , ! i These goods will be sold for cash at such prices as will afford opportunities for securing great barga ns. MASSENA BULLARD, Assignee of C. L. Vawter & Co. Helena. M. T.. Sept. 19. 1883. diwtf-seu2U MONTANA NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA. OrganizedINovember, 1882. C. A. BROADWATER. - - President A. G. CLARKE, - - - VieeJpresideut E-SHARPE.........Cashier ('KITED STATES DEPOSITORY. .9256.060. .... 33.006 WALTER W. DeLAGY, U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR Opposite Surveyor General's Office. MONTAN. Barne's Patent Foot and Steam Power Scroll Saws. Circular Saws, Jlorlisers, Lathes, Tenoncrs, Tanners, etc. OSBORN & ALEIMDER. Sole Agents, 628 Market St,. » San Francia«». Mechanic»' Tools, Hard ware, & Machinery! Catalogue of all our goods sent FREE on ap plication. cUw3m-ap30 DR. FOOT, 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 and wealthy country, has decided to visit this coun try every season, remaining from early spring to late in the fall, making Helena. H. T., his headquarters, and has no doubt but an exper ienced and reliable specialist will lie hailed withjoybythe 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 ! I>est advice ami instructions from the most emi- I nent specialist in the East, Dr. Foot, Jr., has lie- ! come wonderfully skilled, and with his great ! preparation and improved instruments, new vegetable medicines, and by the aid of extensive j electrical appliances and batteries he is enabled i to treat the vast majority of those diseases and deformities heretofore deemed incurable and j usually given up by the family phvsie.an, as all forms of Head and Throat diseases such as Catarrh, Tonsilitis, Pharyngitis, Laryngitis, Tra- ; cbeitis. Bronchitis, Asthma, etc. All Klomacli, Liver and Kidney Diseases 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. All 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 cure equal to any oculist ami aurist of the world. Op thaimia. Granulations, etc. Cataracts removed. Cross eyes straightened. Deafness, Ottorrhoea and all affections of the ear cured. Tape Worms removed, etc. I>* FOOTE OFFERS 91.000 FOR ANY Pomalo Disease That he cannot cure, when claiming to. The doctor has had such an extensive practice that he 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 lie 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 and death. Among the most important may lie enumerated, DISPLACEMENT» Inflam mation, Ulceration, LUCORRHOEA, Painful, SCANTY anil Irregular Menstruation, NER VOUS and GENERAL DEBILITY, BARREN NESS, etc., and many well known symptoms. Uterine Cancer and Ulceration, Displacements, etc., can henceforth be cured at your homes. You need not go east or suiter 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 be 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 be seen at the office already. Olliee hours from IO a. in. to S ;i. m. (ONNFLTATIU!) FREE! Every «lay. at Room« 36. 31 anil 32. SI. Louis Block. Hain Street, over Montana National Bank. p. g. —Invalids should call at once, or write for "List of «iuestions." A majority of cases can be 1 treated iust as successfully by letter as though personally examined. Medicinesnnt everywhere in concealed packages, and express or postage prepaid. Mllkna. M. T. wly-my g Notice t o C reditors. Estate of P. Francis Hadden. Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Administrator of the estate of P. Francis Mad den, deceased, to the creditor- of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to ex hibit the._, 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, li3d day of May, 1SS4. JOHN MOFFITT. ! Administrator of (P. Francis Madden, deceased. dltiw4t-my23 PROBATE NOTICE. Territory of Montana, county of I^wis and Clarke,—SS. In the Probate Court in and for said county. In the matter of the estate of James Lloyd. Order to show cause why order of sale of real estate should not be made. T. II. Carter, the Administrator of the estate of James Lloyd, deceased, having filed his petition I herein praying for an order of sale of all the real estate of said decedent for the purposes therein I set forth. It is therefore ordered by the said court, that all persons interested in the estate of said de , ceased appear Indore the said Probate Court on ! Tuesday, the 24tli day of June. 1&S4, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court room of said Probate Court at the city of Helena, in said county of Lewis and Clarke, to show cause why an order should not be granted to t ie said Ad ministrator to sell so much of the real estate of the said deceased as shall be necessary. Dated this 21tli day of May. A. D. 1S84. i w4t-my2y F. P. STERLING. Judge. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of Daniel W. Curtis»*, decease«!. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned. Executor of the estate of Daniel W. Curtiss, de ceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after tiie first publication of this notice, to the said Executor at the Second National Bank, in the citv of Helena, said county and Territory. Dated at Helena, M. T„ 26tli day of May, 1884. A. E. BUNKER. Executor of the estate of Daniel \V. Curtiss, de ceased. w«t-my29 LAKE S1JPERIDH TRANSIT CO. THE CREAT LAKE ROUTE. 12 PALACE STEAHSHIPS. Leaving Duluth, Minn, every week day, (Fridav excepted i via Lake Su|»eri«ir south shore ports to P«»rt Huron. Hieh.. Detroit. Hieh.. Cleveland. Ohio, Erie. Pa., and Buffalo. BL Y. „ „ M1 . Connections made at Port Huron. witli Gran«l Trunk R'y for all Canadian points, and Cleveland. Erie and Buffalo with the Great Trunk Lin«* for all Eastern points. Vary a long tedious journey by taking the Hail and Lake Koute. If your ticket agent cannot furnish the re quired ticket, purchase to Duluth, and our agent at that port will furnish you a through ticket and cheek your baggage to destination. C. G. FR ANK LIS'. K. W. Pass. Ag't. St. Paul. Minn. I». A. CHRISTY. Ag't. Duluth, Hlnn. w3m-Je!2 & MANHOOD RESTORED The reason that Thousands cannot 'Jet cured of SEMINAL, WEAKNESS, LOSS Of MA ' HOOD, and the result of abuse. disease or erres ses, is owin'! to a complication catted PL OS 7 -1 7 ''I, RHEA. UR. LI EUItrS IN VIGOR AT0R is the ONL Teure for PROSTA TORRIIEA. Pnre, F-'.OO per package, 6 packages. )81».O0. Guide to Health and Self-Analyst sent free. Address LIE RIG DISPENSA R Y for Diseases of Men, 4W Geary St.. San Francisco. Cat. d<*wly-jel2 THOMAS ECKLES, M. I). homobojpat hi»t. Office on Grand street. dawtf-dec20 THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bourbon, Indt, says: "Both myself and wife owe our lives to SHILOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE." ARE YOU MADE miserable by indigestion, con stipation, Dizziness. Loss of Appetite, i el low Skin ? Shiloh's Vitalizer is a positive c'jre. WHY WILL YOU cough when Shiloh's Cure w ill give immediate relief. Price 10 eta., 50 ets.,and 31. SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY-a positive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth. Sold by H. M. Pureheu *C«.. d twlv-seo2ti Helena, M. T. 1 SPRING CLOTHING SPRING CLOTRING SPRING CLOTRING SPUR SPRING SPRUE CLOTHING & Announce the first ar rival in Montana of all the New est and Nob biest Styles of Mens', Boys' and Youth's Spring: Suits, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Neckwear, etc. To which we invite the attention of purchasers PRICKS CHEAPER THAN EVER DONT SHOOT! But if you «io. «ate money by buying «lie be«t goods at the HELENA ARMORY! SPECIALTIES: Sharpe's, Winchester, Marlin and Ballard Rifles: Parker, Colt's and Remington Breech and Muzzle Loading Shot Guns. Mervin & Hulbert, Colt's and S. A W. Revolvers. I.Nwholesale and retai' dealer in Arms, Ammuni tion, Tobaccos, Cigars, Fruits, notions, etc. dlv-ianl M. SILVERMAN. INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, Corner Main & firidg«' «Greet*. Helena. H. T.,—Un«ler New Mauagement. Table the liest in the city. Transient rates, £2 to 83 per day, according to location of rooms. Daily arrival and departures from this hotel of all the United States Mail coaches. My prices are not as low as some of the second-class hotels, but are reasonable, and knowing my ability to please tbe first-class trade, I guarantee satisfaction to all. Will lie pleased to see the traveling public in general. wly-ianl2 MAX SKLOWER A. K. PRESCOTT DEALER IN MARlîIs E! Office---Dunphy Block, wlyjel2 Helen«. H. T. O The Buy r.u*' Guide is is sued March and Sept., each year: 21b pages, 8' x 114 inches, with over «$,«200 illustrations—a whole pic ture gallery. (.Jives whole sale prices direct lo consumers on all goods for personal or laniily use. Tells how to order, and gives cx:u t cost ol every thing you use, eat, drink, wear, or have fun with. These invakiable hooks con* tain information gleaned from the mar* kets of the world. We will mail a copy Free to anv address upon receipt oi the postage —7 cents. Let us hear irom you. Respectfully, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO* 23? A 289 Wabafth Avenue. Ubleaao. III. wly-aug30 LEGAL BUMS For the use of Lawyers. Justices of the Peace, Convey mcers, Survey ors, Agents, Owners and Les sors of Beal Estate, &c. 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 ttie statutes of the Territory, and are applicable to any rounty in Montana : DISTRICT COURT BLANKS.Affidavit 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 Prouerty; Execution ; Deposition ; Sheriff' s Sale; Summons. GENERAL BLANKS. — Deed -V arranty ; Deed-Bargain and Sale; Deed-Quit < .aim : Deed —Mining Claim ; Notice of Ixieation-Quartz : Ap plication for Patent ; Certificate of Incorporation; Mortgage, Chattel Mortgage; Assignment of Mortgage; Power «if Attorney; Lease; Bond; Bills of Sgle. PRICE OF ABOVE BLANKS—10 cts. each : 12 for 11.00; 100 for 87.00. On orders for J«» blanks (814.00) and upwards, a discount of 25 J>»'r cent, will be Allowed. Postage paid on all orders by mail. . ., Also.thk following Blanks on hand at bo.iai Per Hundeed with same Discount on Oreers FOB 200 ■ FOK JUSTICE COURT.—'Writ of Attach ment* Undertaking on Attachment; Affidavit for Attachment; Summons. Summons for Juror; Subpcena ; Bounty Certificates tu i I < i anima. s. 1 FOB DISTRICT COURT.—Summons for Juror; Subpcena. Acknowledgments, " Man and \\ ife." 53.00 per hundred; Acknowledgments, "Single,' 82.50 per hundred. Twenty-five per cent, dtarount on orders JJ0 and upwards.