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The Cholera.
Tuly 30.—There were 12 deaths
era at Marseille last night and
Ion. The forcf of the epidemic
cities continues to decline,
d fugitives have returned
st two days.
I j i - July 30. The sale ol melons
prohibited. The cholera is gain
m and has made its appearance in
leretofore exempt. Owing to popu
lice it is positively dangerous for
o walk alone in the suburbs at
nstance is reported of a doctor
■bile visitin'' a woman seized with
was assaulted by her son who
' ,*,j ver and compelled him to leave
. ' several other doctors have also
i. in 1 ted There was one death only
J\'i ra here since 9 o'clock this morn
I- Julv 30.—There were 24 deaths
cholera at Marseilles and 8 at
Inrim' the 24 hours ending at 9 p. m.
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ThV following is the record of cholera
cases in the hospitals at Toulon to-day :
Admissions 7: discharged 11; deaths 4;
under treatment 137. ,
Two fatal cases from cholera are reported
to the Department of Var.
Maiihid, July 30—One week s quaran
tine will be imposed against all vessels ar
ming from Newfoundland mconsequence
of the large trade of that country with
* T July 31—-There were three
cholera deaths at Marseilles and three at
Toulon last night.
Mar.seiu.ks, August 1. I here were
eleven deaths from cholera here last night,
and two at Toulon. The fugitives are re
turning in increased numbers aud the city
IS looming more animated. Shops are re
opening. , .
Makskim.es, August 1.—Betweeen uine
and noon to-day there were tive deaths
from cholera.
LoSisix, August 1.—It is reported from
Cardiff that a man died of cholera on the :
French steamer Gravilli from Marseilles, at
anchor in Penearth Roads. The body
thrown overboard. Another man |
aboard the ship is very ill. 1
Toi i.on. August 1.—There were ouly 2
deaths from cholera to-day. Thirty-three
*■' . are now treated in the Benaftcentre 1
V u ,l i3iu St. Mandiere hospitals.
The Legion of Honor gave a festival and
ili-play of tireworks in honor of the mayor,
j a,, people are indignant over the matter,
aiid they consider it an unbecoming dis
play at this time of misery.
mother death from cholera has occurred
at Montafout.
Marseilles, August 1.—There were
tj deaths from cholera to-day between noon
and 7 o'clock to-night. There aie 73 pa
tients under treatment in Pharo hospital,
of these 10 were admitted to-day.
The crowd outside of Meara cheered to
day when they saw the cholera bulletin
announcing a decrease in tlie ^number ot
deaths.
The total number of deaths iu Marseilles
since the out break .is 1,248. The streets of
the citv are again assuming their gaiety. j
During the 24 hours ending at 9 o'clock
to-uight there were 20 deaths from cholera
here.
There were 8 deaths from cholera at Arles j
to-day and 6 at Aix.
Physicians here believe the cholera will
disappear from the city iu a few days.
Rome, August 1—The cholera is report
ed iu several places but the epidemic is not j
spreading.
The Diretto insists that the governmeut
should publish trustworthy information 1
alxiut the cholera to prevent unfounded
alarm and loss of confidence.
London, August 1.—Another steamer
from Marseilles has arrived in Penrith
Roads with a case of cholera on Itoard.
Several passengers died from cholera dur
ing the passage.
Cablegrams.
Paris, July 30—Advices from Shang
hai state that Patenotre is pressing Viceroy
and Nankin to obtain from Pekin a con
firmation of the special commercial rights
of France with the southern provinces.
The French Minister offers to withdraw
the indemnity claims if the privileges for
France are extended.
Cairo, July 30.—The rebels recently
made two attacks on Wady Hal ta. On both
occasions they were repulsed.
Varna, July 30.—A serious uprising is
reported at Perneu. The insurgents de
clared for Mahdi and captured several
villages, including Soua. Ten thousand
troops were ordered from Jeddah to sup
press the revolt.
Stockholm, July 30. — Count Carl
l.emouhaupt, Swedish Minister at America,
will replace Karon Zibber as Minister at
Paris.
St. Petersburg, July 30.—The villages
of Rybatsekoge aud Smolenskoge, near St.
Petersburg, were burned to-day.
Rome, July 30.—Von Sehloezer, after au
audience with the Pope, will proceed to
Kerim and submit to Kismarck a plan for
the settlement of the question regarding the
establishment of Catholic Seminaries and
the appointment of a successor to Cardinal
Ledoehswsky as Archbishop of Posen.
London, July 30.—At Goodwood to-day
the iace for Steward's cup was won by
Gerard's bay horse Sweetbread. Second,
the Duke of Westminster's bay colt Duke
of Richmond : third, the Duke of Buford's
bay li 1 ley Ispah. There were twenty-three
star ers.
Madrid, July 30.—The decree concern
ing the Cuban export taxes gazetted yes
terday, takes oft' 00 per cent, of the pres
ent export taxes on all classes ot sugar. It
permits the reduced tax to be paid one-half
iu Cuban bank notes, with the view ot
breaking the prevailing deadlock in sugar
exportation. The decree directs even that
the reduced tax need not l»e paid at the
time of shipment,as now required, provided
satisfactory guarantee for payment is made.
Paris, July 31.—It is rumored that the
illness of President Grey is serious.
Rome, August 1.—The Papal Consistory
officially fixed the time for meeting in
Septem lier, probably the 12, when Cardi
nals will l>e created. The Archbishop ot
Oregon is appealing to English Catholics
for funds to establish new missions in
Alaska and Vancouver Island. Father
Hogan, President of the college of St.
Sul pice. Paris, will soon sail for Boston,
where he will found a seminary.
Paris, August 1.—l^eroyer, President of
the French Senate, will preside over the
National Assembly, which opens Monday.
The first business to In* done will be the
nomination of a commission Of fifteen to
report a project lor electoral reforms in the
Senate. The government will submit a
new scheme tor the eleetiou of Senators
whereby life Senators will be replaced by
Seuators eleeted for nine years by each
chamber, the present life Senators to lie re
tained. The Senatorial Delegates are to be
increased iu the same ratio with the muni
cipal Councillors composing the different
municipal Councils throughout France.
A commission of the Chamber of Deputies
had adopted the principle of scrutim de I ixte
for the election of Deputies.
Havana, August 1.—The Marquis Vega
^ eulan, Governor General of Porto Rico,
died yesterday of yellow fever.
*5,000 Race.
Cleveland, July 31.—The famous pa
eers, Johnston and Richball, were matched
to-day for a tive thousand dollar purse
within three weeks. Date and track wlil
be chosen by James Campbell owner of
Richball.
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j New York, August 1— Alexander Jef
! ferson, the negro, who, in a jealous rage,
killed Hemy Hicks aud Elmer Jackson,
also colored, and nearly killed Anna Jaek
| son and slightly wounded his brother, at
I Mrs. Jackson residence, on Buftalo avenue,
Brooklyn, was hanged this morning in the
i presence of four hundred spectators. Be
fore his execution he eat his breakfast with
I evident relish. He dressed himself in a
1 black suit presented to him by the sheriff.
He was kept in conversation with his spir
itual adviser until the time to lead him to
the scaffold and the noose was placed
around his neck. Alter the rope was cut
and Jefferson's body shot up into the air
the knot slipped around under his chin and
his neck was broken. For a moment he
was motionless, and then kicked, struggled
and groaned as he slow ly strangled. By a
desperate elfort he got his right hand up to
the rope and tore the black cap from his
j face, exposing its contortions and his star
ing eyes. After he tore the black cap away
bis hand fell down by his side. The con
tortions and convulsions of the body con
tinued for five minutes. Life was pro
nounced extant eight minutes after the
rope was cut.
Scotts boko, Ala., August 1.—George
Smith. Asbery Haghts and George Hughes,
all white aud under 25 years of age, were
hanged here at 1 p. m. to-day. They were
convicted of burning the house ol Henry
Porter, on Sand Mountain. It w r as the
first instance of the death penalty for arson
in the first degree in this State. They
were baptized just before they left the
jail. George Hughes tried to iutlame the
crowd by a speech from the jail window,
and succeeded in creating considerable feel
ing. Smith also made a short address from
the jail window, denying his guilt, but
confessiug to other crimes. Asbury Hughes
also denied his guilt iu an address. They
mounted the gallows with a firm step. At
1 p. m. the drop fell, and they died with
but few struggles.
Cambridge, Md., August 1.—Frederick
alias "Bug" Cephas, colored, was hanged at
noon for the murder of Mrs. Celia Bush
Murphy on April 7th.
Our Foreign Commerce.
Washington, July 31.—The report on
the foreign commerce of the United States
shows a balance of trade in favor of this
government for the last fiscal year of $72,
798,997, against a balance in our favor of
$100,658,488 for the preceding year. The
total value of exports in merchandise for
the fiscal year just closed was $740,513,560,
against $823 839,402 for the preceding fiscal
year—a falling off of $83,325,842. The im
ports of merchandise amounted to $667.
714,563, against $723,180,914 for the pre
ceding fiscal year—a falling off of $55,466,
351.___
Notifying Hendricks.
Saratoga, N. Y., July 30.—Part of the
committee appointed by the recent Demo
cratic National Convention for the purpose
of notifying the candidates of their nomi
nation, arrived last night.
At 2.10 to-day the committee waited up
on Mr. Hendricks, in the parlors of the
Grand Union hotel, when Chairman Vilas,
iu an eloquAt address, officially notified
Gov. Hendricks of his nomination for Vice
President. Gov, Hendricks responded in
a short speech accepting the nomination.
There was a large assembly of people pres
ent.
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Visiting Cleveland.
Albany, July 31.—Governor Hendricks,
accompanied by Col. Bannister, of Indiana,
and Judge Geo. W. Cotheran, of Chicago,
arrived at 2:20 p. m. from Saratoga. After
a short stop at the Delavan carriages were
taken for the executive mansion, where
Governor Hendricks met Governor Cleve
land. The meeting was cordial. Gover
nor Hendricks returns to Saratoga at 6 p. m.
Klaute Kept Busy.
Bar Harbor, Me., July 30.—Mr. Blaine
is very busy Ou his book. He has been
forced to secure the aid of a stenographer,
his time being greatly encroached upon by
callers, social duties aud correspondence,
which, combined, have overworked him to
a considerable extent.
Another Presidential Ticket.
Hartford, August 1—.A call was issued
directing the State Councils of the Ameri
can Political Alliance tojsend two delegates
to the National Conference at Boston
September 3d. It is stated that the national
committee of the Alliance met at Saratoga
yesterday and decided to put a Presiden
tial ticket ou the field ; also nominations
in the Congressional Districts.
Driving Park Races.
Chicago, July 30.—It was raiuing when
the horses came to the post for the first
race and continued the most of the after
noon, which made the track very bad.
First race, 1 \ miles, all ages, Elaine won.
Time, 2.25.}.
Second race, one mile and 100 yards, all
ages, to carry 110 pounds, April Fool won ;
Maniton 2d : Thaddy 3d. Time, 2.24.
Third race, mile. Goodrich won ; Eva
2d ; Rosaline Jd. Time, 1.16}.
Second heat. Rosaline 1st; Eva 2d; Good
rich 3d. Time, 1.33}.
Third heat, Rosaline won; Goodrich 2d.
Time, 1.26}.
Fourth race, all ages, Edwin won ; Re
voke 2d ; John Sullivan 3d. Time, 1.56.
Fiftu race, 1 1-16 miles, Billy Gilmore
won; Centerville 2d: Royal aud Bontia
dead heat for 3d. Time. 2.00}.
Severe Storm.
Cumberland, Md., July 30.—The dam
age from the storm to-day along George,s
creek will amount to over $100,000.
Mrs. McCormick and daughter May,were
drowned in the flood, also two children of
Richard Moody, all of Barton.
No Danger from the Texas Fever.
Chicago, August 1.—Health Commis
sioner De Wolf declares that so far as the
present state of things are concerned the
danger from the Texas fever is over. "Of
course." he remarked, ''new arrivals ol in
fected cattle may comeat anytime. Our
information as to the extent ot the district
in which the Texas fever-stricken cattle is
to be found is as yet very incomplete. I
believe that the cattle which were sick or
dead developed the disease on the way
here."
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The feeble grow
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Bitters is used to
promote assimila
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enrich ' the blood.
Indigestion, the
chief obstacle to an
acquisition of stren
gth by the weak, is
.an ailment which
infallibly succumbs
|to the action of this
îerless corrective,
„ass of flesh and
appetite, failure to
sleep, and growing
evidence of prema
ture decay, are
speedily counter
acted by the great
invigorant, which
_ _ _ braces up the phy
sical energies and fortifies the constitution
against disease. For sale by all Druggists and
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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. Koval Bakins Powder Co.. New York.
(jiticuia
Infantile Blood Puriflers!and
Skin B eau tlfk?rs.
A Positive Cure for Every Form of
Skin and Blood Diseases, from
Pimples to Scrfoula.
I NFANTILE and Birth Humors, Milk Crust,
Seal led Head. Eczemas, and every form of
Itching, Scaly, Pimply, Scrofulous and Inherited
Diseases of the Blood. Skin and Scalp, with loss
of Hair, from Infancy to Age. cured by the Cuti
CUHA Resolvent, the new blood purifier, inter
nally, and Cuticura and Ccticcra Soap, the
great skin cures, externally. Absolutely pure and
safe , and may be tiseil from the moment of birth.
"OUR LITTLE BOY."
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stebbins, Belehertown,
Mass., writes : "Our little l>oy was terribly afflic
ted with Scrofula, Salt Rheum and Erysipelas
ever since he was born, and nothing we could
give him helped him until we tried CUTICURA
Remedies, which gradually cured him, until he
is now as fair as any child."
"WORKS TO A CHARM."
J. S. Weeks, Esq., Town Treasurer, St. Albans,
Vt., says in a letter dated May 28 : "it works to
a charm on my baby's face and head, Cured the
head entirely, and has nearly cleaned the face of
sores. I have recommended it to several, and
Dr. Plant has ordered it for them."
"A TERRIBLE CASE."
Charles Eayre Hinkle, Jersey City Heights, X.
J., writes: "My son, a lad of twelve years, was
completely cured of a terrible ease of Eczema by
the CuTict'RA Remedies. From the top of his
head to the soles of his leet was one mass of
scabs." Every other remedy and physicians had
been tried in vain.
FOR PALE. LANGUID.
Emaciated children, with pimply, sallow skin,
the Cuticura Remedies will prove a perfect
blessing, cleansing the blood and skin of inheri
ted impurities and expelling the germs of scro
fula, rheumatism, consumption and severe skin
diseases.
Sold everywhere. Price: CVticura, 50 »•ents;
Resolvent, $1; Soap, 25 cents. Potteb Drug
and Chemical Co., Boston, Mass.
Semi for "How to Cure Skin Diseuses."
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DABI itely perfumed Skin Beautitier.
and Toilet, Bath and Nursery Sanative.
TUTT'S
PILLS
TORPID BOWELS,
DISORDERED LIVER,
and MALARIA.
From these sources nrise three-fourths of
the diseases of the human race. These
symptoms indicate their existence : I.oss 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, Dots before the eyes, highly col
ored Urine, CONSTIPATION, and de
mand the use of a remedy that acts directly
on the Liver. AsaLivermedicineTTJTT'S
PILLS have no equal. Their actionon the
Kidneys and Skin is also prompt ; removing
.11 impurities through these three "scav
engers of the system." producing appe
tite, 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.
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TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Grat Hair or Whiskers changed in
staut ly to a glossy Black by a single ap
plication of this DTE. Sold by Druggists,
or sent by express on receipt of $ 1 •
Office, 44 Murray Street, New York.
YUTT'S MANUAL QF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREI,
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.
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WEIR & POPF - - DRUGGISTS
[No. 1619.1
FIRST NATIONAL BANE.
OF HELENA. •
ORGANIZED IN 1866.
Designated Depository of the United
States.
Paid-Up Capital,...........................6500,000
Surplus and Profits................... 250,000
S. T. HAUSER, President,
A. J. DAVIS, Vice-President.
R. W. KNIGHT, Cashier,
T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, Ass't Cashier.
Board of Directors :
8. T. HAUSER JOHN C. CURTIN,
A. M. HOLTER, R. S. HAMILTON,
JNO. H. MING, C. P. HIGGINS,
E. W. KNIGHT, A. J. DAVIS,
T. H. KLEIN80HMIDT, HENRY M PÄRCHEN
T. O. POWER.
Associated Banks :
FIRST NATIONAL, - Fort Benton, Montana.
MISSOULA NATIONAL, • Missoula, Montana.
FIRST NATIONAL. - • Butte, Montana.
General BANKING Business Transacted.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
ONTANA
AGRICULTURAL,
MINERAL AND MECHANICAL
ASSOCIATION,
HELENA, MONTANA,
FIFTEENTH EXHIBITION,
September 8tb, 9tb, lOtli. lltb, 12tb and
11.1884.
ZUaoing Programme :
FIRST DAY—MONDAY. SEIT. 8.
Race 1, running, purse $250, three-quarters
! of a mile. Raw 2, trotting, purse $SA>, 3:00
class. Race 3, trotting, Helena stakes for two
year-olds, 850 each, half forfeit, 8100 added, to the
eolt making the best time under 3:00, 8100 extra,
mile heats. Closed with 9 suhseribers.
SECOND DAY—TUESDAY, SEIT. 9.
Race 4, running, purse $300, one mile. Race 5,
running, Derby stakes for three-year-olds, $50
each, half forfeit, $500 added, one mile and a half.
Closed with 7 subsersl>er9. Race 6, trotting,
purse $350, 2:50 class.
THIRD DAY—WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10.
Race 7, running, purse $300, one mile and a
quarter. Race 8, running, Pioneer stakes for
two-year-olds, 850 each, half forfeit, $250 added,
three-quarters of a mile. Closed with 9 subscrib
ers. Race 9, trotting, purse 8400, 2:40 class.
FOURTH DAY—THURSDAY. SEIT. 11.
Race 10, running, purse $300, five-eights of a
mile heats, handicap. Race 11, trotting. Citizen's
purse, $1,000, stallion class.
FIFTH DAY—FRIDAY, SEIT. 12.
Race 12, running, purse 8200, two-year-olds,
half-mile handicap. Race 13, running, purse
$1,000, mile heats. Nominations close Septem
ber 6. Race 14, trotting, Montana stakes for
three-year-olds and under, $50 each, half forfeit,
$150 added, to the colt making the best time under
2:50 Slot) extra, mile heats. Closed with 17 sub
scribers.
SIXTH DAY—SATURDAY, SEIT. 13.
Race 15, running, purse $250, three-quarters of
a mile, handicap. Race 16, ruuniug, purse 8500,
two miles. Nominations close Septemder 6.
Race 17, trotting. Citizen's purse, $1,000, free
for all.
All entries for running races, except where
noted, must he made with the Secretary, in sealed
envelope, enclosing an entrance tiee of 10 percent
of the total amount of the purse before 5 o'clock
p. m. of the day preceding that upon which the
race is to take place, unless such day falls upon
Sunday, then trie entries for Monday's racesshall
close on the Saturday preceding, at 5 o'clock
p. m.
The entries for all trotting races must be made
in the usual manner, with the Secretary. before 5
o'clock p. m. on the Saturday preceding the Fair.
The Association reserves the right to alter,
amend or postpone any or all of these races,
should the Board of Directors, in their judgment
and for cause, deem it expedient so to do.
RULES FOR EXHIBITORS.
No entry fee will be charged on articles or ani
mals exhibited, but Exhibitors must procure
tickets of admission before they will be admitted
to the grounds.
ENTRIES CLOSE ON MONDAY.
All entries must be made on or liefore Monday
1 of Fair week. None will lie received on Tuesday,
[ nor will any article or animal <-oniing in after
i Monday be eligible to compete for premiums,
j Entries for cut flowers and bread must be made
as usual on Monday, and the articles themsveles
must lie in place before Wednesday noon.
The Association cordially invite Exhibits from
all sections of the Territory.
Passenger excursion rates over all railroads.
Exhibits at half rates.
Grand Bicycle Tournament during Fair week.
Music each day of the Fair.
For Fair Pamphlet or further information, ad
dress the Secretary.
FRANCIS POPE, S. H. CROUNSE,
Secretary. President.
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MONTANA NATIONAL BANK
OF HELENA.
Organized November, 1882.
C. A. BROADWATER. - - President
A. G. CLARKE, - - - Vice-President
E- SHARPE.........Cashier
UNITED «TATEN DEPOSITORY.
Paid Up Capital...........................*250.000.
Surplus and Profits..................... 35.000
DIRECTOR«:
S. C. ASHBY.
N. H. WEBSTER.
H. F. GALEN.
C. W. CANNON.
d,tw-janl
B. F. POTTS.
HERMAN GANS.
S. H. CROUNSE.
R. B. HARRISON.
A. H. WILDER.
of St. Paul.
V*
MANHOOD
RESTORED
The reason that Thousands cannot yet cured of
SEMINAL WEAKNESS. LOSS OF MAN
HOOD, and the result of abuse, disease or excesses,
is owing to a complication called PROSTATOR
RIIF.À. DR. LIEBIG'S IN VIGORATOR is
the 0NL Teure for ° ROS TA TOR RUE A. Price,
$2.0u per package, 6 packages, 810.1*0. Guide to
Health and Self-Analyst sent free. Address LIE
BIG DISPENSAS Tfor Diseases of Men,
41*0 Geary St.. San Francisco. Cal.
d*wly-jel2
Barue's Patent Foot and Steam Power
Scroll Saws.
Circular Sawx, Mortisers,
Lathes, Tenoners , Tormers ,
etc.
OSBORN & ALEXANDER,
Sole Agents, 628 Market St,.
San Francisco. Mechanics'
Tools, Hardware, & Machinery!
Catalogue of all our goods sent FREE on ap
plication. d<fcw3m-ap30
WALTER W. DeLACY,
U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
Opposite Surveyor General's Office.
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MONTAN.
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HELENA,
AND
ENGLISH TRAININGSCHÙOL
BROADWAY.....................HELENA, M. T.
Will be reopened Monday, September 1, 1884,
and continue throughout the year.
Imparts a thorough and practical education in
all commercial branches. The advantages of this
Institution are equal to any ol the Eastern Com
mercial Colleges. Rates of tuiDon no higher than
in good Eastern Colleges. Tte same text-books
and manner of instruction are used here as in the
leading Bryant and Stratton Commercial Colleget
in the United States. PENMANSHIP and BOOK
KEEPING a specialty. Send for New Circu
lar. giving course of study, rates of tuition, etc.
H. T. ENGELHORN, or \
E. O. RAILGBACK. 1 Principals,
dawly-sepl? Helena. Montana.
ST. MARY S ACADEMY.
SALT LAKE CITY.
(Conducted by the Sisters of Ho'.v Cross.)
Classes for boarders and day pupils will be re
sumed Monday, September 1st. The course of
study embraces all the branches of a thorough
and accomplished education. Languages. Gen
eral Drawing and Vocal Music l>eing included in
the English course, form no extra charge. Terms
moderate. Small boys boarders received in a
separate department. Half-fare tickets can be
procured for pupils. For catalogue address as
above. wtsepl-jy24
YI ILLEV'N
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Sign of the Big Boot !
MAIN STREET. - - - HELENA.
Carries, constantly, a very large 9tock of the
best Boots and Shoes, for the wholesale and re
tail trade. Special attention given to orders by
mail, and satisfaction guaranteed. The contin
ued littéral patronage of friends all over Montana
is respectfully solicited. wly-je!9
A.
DEALERS IN
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 GREATLY »EDUCED PRICES,
GEO. P. REEVES k CO.,
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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 ONLY
SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN MONTANA!
DIRECTORS:
E. D. Edgerton, Pres't; D. S. Wade, Vice-Pres't;
A. E. Bunker, Cashier.
J. B. Sanford, George Bkeck,
Cornelius Hedges, John Kinna,
Chas. K. Cole, Chris. Kenck.
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ASSIGNEE'S
CLOSING OUT SALE.
The partnership property of C. L. Vawter & 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 Buggies, Bnek Boards,
John Deere Sulky Plows, John
Deere Walking Plows, Cas
sady Bulky Plows.Grain
Drills,Disc Harrows,
Racine Fanning
Mills,
Mounted Grind «tones, Oliver Chilled
Plows, Wagon Hardware, a Fnll
Line of Harness, Whips, Col
lars, Cnshions.Wagon Extras,
Extension Tops, etc.
These goods will be sold for cash at such prices
as will afford opportunities for securing great
bargains. MASSEN A BULLARD,
Assignee of C. L. Vawter A Co.
Helena. M. T„ Sept. 19, 1883. d<*wtf-sep29
THOMAS ECKLES, M. D.
aOMŒOPAT SZMT.
Office on Grand street. dawtf-deo2n
THE REV. GEO. H. THAYER, of Bourbon,
Ind., says: "Both myself and wife owe our lives
to SHLLOH'S CONSUMPTION CURE."
ARE YOU MADE miserable by indiges n. con
stipation, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Yellow
Skin 7 Shiloh's Vitalizer is a posi ive cure.
WHY WILL YOU cough when Shiloh's Cure will
give immediate relief. Price I cts., 50 cts.,and 81.
SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY—a positive
cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria and Canker Mouth.
Sold by H. M. PÄRCHEN & CO.,
(Lfcwly-sep20 Helena, M. T.
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
Limber, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors.
Fronts. Etc.
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DR. FOOT, Jr.
(Direct from New York City.)
AMERICA'S GREATEST SPECIALIST.
The Doctor, tielieving that the Northwest will
in the near future deveiope into a populous and
wealthy country, 1 ik> decided to visit this coun
try every season, remaining from early spring
to late in the fall, making Helena. M. T., his
headquarters, ami has no doubt but an exper
ienced and reliable specialist will be bailed
with joy by the unprejudiced and thoughtful
public.
After graduating at the liest schools of medi
cine America affords, and visiting various Eu
ropean colleges and hospitals unci 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. All
Stomach, 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 Scrotula,
Syphilis in all forms, etc. SKIN and Scalp dis
eases, l 'impies. Blotches, Blackheads, Discolora
tions, etc., entirely removed. RHEUMATISM i
in all stages. Neuralgia of long standing. All
Brain, NERVOUS and Debilitating iliseases.
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 tieated with skill uid care
equal to any oculist and aurist of tlie world. Op
tlialmia. Granulations, etc. Cataracts removed,
Cross eyes straightened. Deafness, Ottorrhoea
and all affections of the ear cured. Ta*>e Worms
removed, etc.
I)K FOOTE OFFERS *1.600
FOR ANY
Female 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 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 and death. Among the most important
may tie enumerated, DISPLACEMENTS Inflam
mation, Ulceration, LUCORRHOEA, Painful, |
SCANTY and Irregular Menstruation, NER
VOUS ami GENERAL DEBILITY, BARREN
NESS, etc., and many well known symptoms.
Uterine Cancer and Ulceration, Displacements,
etc., can henceforth lie 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 be greatly im
proved or cured he will tell you so, and if not he
will not take your ease under treatment. Many
Montana testimonials to be seen at the office
already.
Office hours from 10 a- in. to S |>. in.
CONSULTATION FREE!
Every day. at Room* 30. 31 and 33, Bt.
Louis Block. Main Street, over
Montana National Bank.
P. 8.—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
personally examined. Medicinesant every where
in concealed packages, and express or postage
prepaid.
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ALIAS SUMMONS»
Territory of Montana, county of Lewis and
Clarke—HS. ...
In Justice Court, city of Helena, before L. N.
Smith, Justice of the Peace.
Charles C. Cochran, plaintiff', vs. The United
States Elec tric Light Company, defendant.
The people of the Territory of Montana, to
The United States Electric Light Company, the
I hove named defendant, greeting:
ATOU are hereby required to be and appear
X before me, L. N. Smith, a Justice of the
Peace of the county of Lewis and Clarke, Terri
tory of Montana, at my office at the city of
Helena, said county and Territory, within ten
days, (exclusive of the day of service after service
on you of this summons if served in said county,)
otherwise within forty days, or judgme nt will tie
rendered against you according to the prayer of
said complaint.
The said action is brought to recover the sum
of eiglity-eight and 40-100 dollars due said plain
tiff from said defendant, on account of services
rendered said defendant at said defendant's in
stance and request, in attending the Probate
Court of Lewis and Clarke county, said Territory,
from the city of Bozeman, said Territory, be
tween the 3d day of February, in the year 1884,
and the 28th day of February, in the year 1884, no
part of which sum has been paid.
The said defendant will take notice that the
sum of one hundred dollars belonging to said
defendant has l>een attached in the possession of
Harry W. Child, as security for any judgment
that may lie rendered hereiin.
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
api>ear and answer the said plaintiff's complaint,
as above required, the said plaintiff' will take
judgment against you in tlie sum of eighty-eight
dollars and forty cents, and the costs incurred in
this action.
Given under my hand this 16th day of July, A. j
D. 1884. L. N. SMITH,
w4t-jy24 Justice of the Peace.
Sami M. LeRoy. Attorney for plaintiff'.
Sale of Territorial Warrants.
Territory of Montana, Auditor's Office ;
Helena, Montana, July 3d, 1884. • ,
Notice is hereby given, that on Thursday, h j
31st day of July, A. I). 1884, at 12 o'clock M. thü 1
will be sold at this office to the highest biddj;
for cash, three thousand dollars ($3,000,) more « :
less, of Territorial warrants, for expenses, of
keeping and maintaining the convicts of this
Territory for the month of July, A. D. 1884. Bids
are invited up to the hour of sale.
J. P. WOOLMAN,
w4t-jvl0 Territorial Auditor.
LAKE SUPERIOR TRANSIT CO.
THE GREAT LAKE ROUTE.
12 PALACE STEAMSHIPS.
Leaving Duluth, Minn, every weekday,
(Friday excepted* via Lake Superior south
shore ports to Port Huron, Mich.. Detroit,
Mich.. Cleveland, Ohio, Erie, Pa., and
Buffalo, N. Y.
Connections made at Port Huron, Mich,
with Grand Trunk R"y for all Canadian
points, and Cleveland. Erie aud Buffalo
with the Great Trunk Line for all Eastern
points. Vary a long tedious journey by taking
the Rail and Lake Route.
If your ticket agent cannot furnish the re
quired ticket, purchase to Duluth, and our
agent at that port w ill furnish you a through
ticket and check your baggage to destination.
C. G. FRANKLIN.
N. W. Pass. Ajf't. St. Panl. Minn.
D. A. CHRISTY. Ag't. Duluth, Minn.
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ATTENTION !
Farmers a nd G ardeners.
If you want tried and reliable
GARDEN SEEDS,
Go or send to H. M. PÄRCHEN U CO., leading
druggists, Helena, Montana, and buy
Landreth's.
They have been tried with unvarying success
for eighteen years in Montana. Gnarameed
freah and trne to name. Put up in sealed
packages, with directions for culture, and sold
at strictly grower* catalogue price*. Price
List and Landreth's illustrated catalogue and
almanac furnished on application. Extra clean I
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. PÄR CHEN & CO. j
Sheep For Sale.
Band of Ewes and Lambs—1,000 Ewes and 800
Lambs. Also, 1200 Wethers. These sheep are
free from scab or ticks. Address
L. FITZPATRICK,
w6t-jyl0 Martinedale, M. T.
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NO GOODS
Our entire stock of Clothing,
Cents FurnishingCoods,
Bootsand Shoes, Hats
and Caps, etc., is
offered at
EASTERN PRICES!
All our goods have been
purchased extremely low
thereby enabling us to
supply the wants of our
customers at prices that
bound to give satisfac
tion. Having had an ex
ceedingly long trade, we
have disposed ot our en
tire stock.
WE HAVE NO CLEARANCE SALE—NO
OR SHELF-WORN GOODS TO OFFER.
We will sell you New Goods, in New
Styles, for less than any house pretending
to sell you goods at your own price. We
have only one price for all, and guarantee
the same to be lower than any house in
Montana is offering the same goods for.
We Nhnll be pleaded iu have you call
and examine otir goods ami price* be
fore purchasing eine a here.
ROHM & CO.
DON'T SHOOT!
Bnt if yon do, nave money by buying
the be*t good* at the
HELENA ARMORY!
SPECIALTIES:
SI arpe's, Winchester,
M a r 1 i n and Ballard
Riffes; Parker, Colt's
and Remington Breech
and Muzzle leading
Shot Guns; Mervin Si
Hulbert, Colt's and S. A
W. Revolvers.
Wholesale and retail dealer in Arms, Ammuni
tion, Tobaccos, Cigars, Fruits, notions, etc.
dlv-i anl M. SILVERMAN.
lui. PRESCOTT.
DEALER IN
MARBLE!
Office—Dunphy Block,
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Helena. M. T.
The Buyers' Guide is is
sued March and Sept., each
I yen : 216 pages, 8}xll }
jlDthcf, tiitli over 3,300
ill i. » I uiljujti—ti whole pic
____ titre grllerv. Gives whole
sale prices dir .cJ to consumers on all goods
lor personal * 3 i* 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 mai»
kets of the world. We will mail a copy
Free to any address upon receipt of tlie
postage —7 cents. Let us Lear from you.
Respectfiilly,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO*
227 A 229 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. HI.
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International Hotel. Corner Main and
Bridge street*. Helena, M. T.
Table the best in the city. Transient rates, 82 to
$3 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 the
first-class trade, I guarantee satisfaction to all.
Will be pleased to see the traveling public iu
general.
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LEGALBLANKS
For the use of Lawyers. Justices of
the Peace, Conveyancers, Survey
ors, Agents, Owners and Les
sors of Real Estate, Sic.
THE HERALD has in Stock the following
blanks. They are neatly printed, w ith red ruling
for a border. The forms have been carefully pre
pared by a lawyer, are in conformity wth tlie
s^tutes of the Territory, and are applicable to
any county 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
Prooerty; Execution ; Deposition ; Sheriff 's Sale;
Summons.
GENERAL BLANKS. — Deed—Warranty ;
Deed-Bargain and Sale : Deed-Quit ClAim ; Deed
—Mining Claim ; Notice of I.ovation-Quartz ; Ap
plication for Patent ; Certificate of Incorporation:
Mortgage; Chattel Mortgage; Assignment of
Mortgage; Power of Attorney; Lease; Bond;
Bills of Sale.
PRICE OF ABOVE BLANKS- 10 cts. each ; 12
for 81.00; 100 for 87.00. On orders for 20u blanks
(814.00) and upwards, a discount of 25 per cent,
will be allowed. Postage paid on all orders by
mall.
Also,the eollowino Blanks on hand at 85.00
Per Hundred with same Discount on Orders
eor 200 :
FOB JUSTICE COURT.—Writ of Attach
ment ; Undertaking on Attachment ; Affidavit for
Attachment; Summons; Summons for Juror;
Subpoena; Bounty Certificates (wild animals./
FOB DISTRICT COURT.—Summons for
Juror; Subpoena.
Acknowledgments, " Man and Wife, ' $3.00 per
hundred; Acknowledgments, "Single," 82.50
per hundred. Twenty-live per cent, discount on
orders 200 and upwards.
Address FISK BROS., Helena, M. T.

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