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Vermont Election. ek Junction, Vt. Septem been heari from to-day^ TwedTthe vote of e towns reported last night it g* v es in ein town» heard Iront, Kep. ,9U Keddington Z! the th A;reeiba^'''lDTndependent and scatter « The same towns gave l arnham Hep~ t in'1^0 33.205. l'helpa, d>em.) l. v ol,'), Greenback 1>.>. New YoKk, Sept. -Warren Gibbs, the rrnont Republican State to the evening pa The returns do not been simply .lowing out ot Chairman of the Committee, telegrapl ners here as follows : .... . ., indicate that our majority will oc less than twenty-three thousand. 'St Air September 3.—The vote in this count v H-sulted in the election of the Democratic ticket by majorities ranging j -.j to G39. This county on the State ticket gives Pingree (Rep.) 3,333, Kedingtou Pern.) 1,732, and Soule 14-, «iinwiii*' a Kepublicau gamof2o4 rotes over all. as compared with 1880. Stewart, i (jr Congress, has a majority over Simmons ;i „d K alder of 1,813. The result has no political significance. It ha: the outcome of a feeling financial trouble in this town. Io■ ri September ■>. lue J tec pL has returns from 204 of the 240 towns in the state. These give Pingree ■ Lep.) 1-, Kedingtou Pen.) Green back, Independent and scattering 536. 1 filigree's majority over 1 edmgton 20,^0 ; I filigree's majority over all ~ ••<->. 1 lie re inaiuing towns will increase Pingree s ma- j or i, v over all to about 22, .»HO. 1 lie same -ill towns four years ago gave the Kepub- 1 icans 1 ijiöO and the Democrats 20,227. Kt publican vote has therefore .fallen Piper cent and the Democratic 10 per , pim average Republican majority • the last four elections is 21,000 W hite River, Yt., September 4.—Ke- :>29 towns give Pingree 40,799, on 19.400, Soule 404, Independent, ,,, js(j ; majority for Pingree over ;*7i. 'i'he same towns in 1880 gave u 45.356, Phelps 20,039, Heath )iU k 1,445; Farn ham's majority, iss in the Republican vote, 4,557, >u in the Republican major- Loss in the Democratic vote, iding lfiugree's majority in ; eleven towns should equal his majority would be I'h un iron mil a re it v of 2 maining if Fariili 12 i ifiveu last m otal in 23' vus to b terially change Vint e River J ."».—Returns fn te gubernaturi;. ws the follow ; 121 : Ifiugree i lington ( Dem. ker), 48; Inti.- 11, making Pin portional loss t ent.; of action of the i;k Junction, Vt.—The re Iditional towns received to rn majority of Pingree (Rep.) 20,739, by 025, making towns ol'21,364; leaving three beard from which will not the figures. unction, Vt., Septem >m 240 towns give com 1 vote of the State, and suit: Total vote cast, lep.), received 41,197 ; 19,831 ; Soule (Greeu pendent and scattering, tree's majority 21,413. > the Republicans, about the Democrats, 0.5-10. Republican majority, »99. Complexion of the House of Kepreienta tive—Republicas, 78; Democrats, 34; Greenbackers, 1 ; Independents, 31 ; no choc e, 1. The next Senate consists of 27 Republicans and 3 Democrats. ' I I : j I j j ! «fr I In* l-'rcc Thinkers. Casidaga, N. V., September 3.—The Free Thinkers' convention got lairly started this morning. The attendance was good. A committee was appointed to ar range a programme. The subject of the annual address was: "Contrast between the results produced by the call of science and the call of faith." Ex-Rev. \Y. S. Dell, of Chicago, discussed prohibition, taking strong grounds against it. Rev. S. Putnam spoke of the coming religious de mands. The evening meeting was led by Dr. J. II. Severence, of Milwaukee. Other mem bers also made remarks. Music was pro vided by a choir under Prof. H. H. Hall, of Bradford, Pa., Frisbie's Arrest. ;:tv York, September 4.—Frank Fris bie, exchange clerk of the First National Rank of Portland, Oregon, arrested yes terday on the Pacific mail steamer Colon ou the charge of having stolen $7,0U0 lrom the bank, was to-day given into the cits- j tody of a detective from Oregon, who was armed with a requisition. Requisition papers had also been sent on tor Mrs. Frisbie, but Governor Cleveland did not j sigu them. Frisbie to-day assumed till; sole responsibility ot the thett, and Mrs. Frisbie was released. She and her two children will remain in this city, and | Frisbie will he taken hack to Oregon. Canadian Quarantine. Ottawa. September 4.—Dr. Me Each ran, Inspector of the Dominion Cattle Quaran- tine, had an interview with the Minister of Agriculture to-day to urge a complete system o f quarantine to prevent the ini- \ portation of diseased cattle lrom the I'nited States into the Canadian North- west. He maintains that nothing hut an absolute embargo against American cattle will prevent the introduction ot pleuro- pneumonia among Canadian cattle. The Minister promised that the question would he taken up by the government at once. ----- Demurrer Sustained. Boston, September 3.—The demurrers of the defendants was sustained iu the case of Linus M. Price, receiver of the Pacific National Bank. vs. Lewis Coleman, ex Presideut, and the directors. This was a hill in equity, in which the plaintiff sought to hold the directors responsible for the losses sustained by the bank and its de positors, amounting to a million and a bait of dollars, through the gross negligence ot the directors in the performance of their duties. Railroad Itouds te be Sold. Boston, Sept. 3.—A prominent promoter of the Mexican Central railroad having tailed to pay a loan to a State street con cern, notice has been filed that the follow ing Mexican Central securities will be sold 8epteiuber 23d : $3S0,000 of first mortgage bonds; $38,000 of income scrip, and $132,- 900 of Central stock. - » ^--------- River and llurbor Appropriations. Washington, Sept. 3.—The engineers report upon the improvement of the rivers mul harbors iu Oregou and Washington for the past year shows the amount avail- able for the current year to be $496,000, und the amount asked tor next year $1,928,- Charged With Murder. Tkoy, N. Y., September 3.—Andrew Jackson, a wealthy resident of Hammond, a station lour miles from Mecbauicsville, Saratoga county, was found on the railroad early this morning with a (leap cut on the head and both legs cut off'. He lived an •our alter being found aud said that Win. '"'an and John Duffy, neighbors, threw •mi under a train, llolau's father recently "••it Jackson in a l.t*v suit, and they have ! •"in enemies ever since. Young Dolan j ",' ts •**rested at Mecbauicsville aud denies i ••• charge. Duffy will be arrested aud j '<>th will be arranged at Mechanicsville ! • us alternoon. 'ihere is intense excite- j nient at Mechanicsville and in the vicinity, "here the parties are well knowu I Respect to the Memory of Secretary Folger. W ASHIXGTON, September 5.—At a meet | ingof the ^iefe of the various departments of the Treasury to-day Comptroller Law rence. Commissioner Johnson, Treasurer Wyman, Commissioner Evans and Solicitor Neal, were appointed a committee to draft resolutions in respect to the memory ot the deceased Secretary. Arrangements will be made, if possible, to run a special train from Washington to Geneva the evening j p rjor to t jj e limerai, to return immediately after the ceremonies. The Treasury De ? partment is closed to-day. The building is being heavily draped with black. Flags are flying at half mast. Acting Secretary Coon will issue an order to close the sub Treasuries and Custom Houses during the hours of the funeral ceremonies. The Acting Secretary of State, Davis, received a telegram from the President this morning directing that an executive order be issued formally announcing the death of Secretary Folger. Providence, September 5.—President Arthur will come to this city to-morrow morning to attend the funeral of Senator Anthony. He will probably leave here for Geneva, N. Y., to attend the funeral of Secretary Folger. He returned the call of Admiral Sir John E. Commerel, on hoard the Northampton, this morning. Death ot Mrs. ilarlan. Fortress Monroe, Ya., September 5.— Mrs. Harlan, wife of ex-Seuator James Harlan, of Iowa, died at the Hygea Hotel last night, at midnight. The re mains will be taken to Washington to night, accompanied by Secretary and Mrs. Lincoln. President Arthur. New Port, September 5.—President Arthur this afternoon returned the call made Sunday by Admiral Commerrell, of the British tlagship Northampton. Captain Digby and a brilliant staff' received the President and conducted him to tbesaloou, where President Arthur again met Admiral Commerrell, and his wife and daughter. After being entertained there Admiral Commerrell escorted the President to several parts of the ship and had explained the working of the heavy guns. At 5 o'clock fhe yards were again manned, and the American llag rau up to the peak as a signal for a salute of twenty-one guns, and on the President's departure a salute being fired the American squadron steamed into the harbor. The Tennessee also fired a salute of twenty-one guns. Celestial Campaigning. London, September 4.—Advices from China state that three Chinese armies are marching to invade Tonquin—one from each of the three provinces of China. The army from Kwang Si numbers 25,000 men, that from Y un Nan 20,000, and that from Kwang Tung 20.000. The Yun Nan army will join the Black Flags at Loo Kai, on the Tonquin frontier. There are said to be 10,000 Black Flags at that point. Their combined forces will march down the Red river and take Hung Hoa. The Kwang Si army will march into Tonquin by way of Cas Bin in company with a portion of the j Canton army, now at Lang Son, and attack Bin Ninh. Six thousand French how hold ! Hanoi, Hung Horn, Sontav and Bacninh. Hong Kong, Sept. 4.—The Chinese have cut a military road through the French cemetery at Canton destroying the mauso leum and rilling tombstones China yesterday paid the French Consul at Hong Kong $27,000 indemnity for losses incurred by French subjects in the Canton ! riots in 1883. Exciting Wrestling Match. Detroit, September 5. — The double wrestling match to-day, for $1,000 a side and gate receipts, between Du fur, of Massa chusetts, and Benjamin, of Washington, and between Col. McLaughlin, of Detroit, and the Hon. Flagg, who has just been elected to the Vermont Legislature, re sulted in Dufnr winning two falls out of three from Benjamin and in McLaughlin downing Flagg twice hand running. Both contests were very exciting, especially that between McLaughlin and Flagg. During the first bout (McLaughlin threw Flagg over his head, but the Vermonter turned over in the air and saved a fall. The at tendance was 1,500. Glove Eight. Rock a way Beach, L. I., September 4.— At daybreak this morning 500 sporting men filled the pavillion of a sporting house to witness a tight with hard gloves, Marquis of Queensbury rules, between Jim McHugh, of Glasgow, and Dave Fitz gerald. of Toronto. The fight lasted over three hours aDtl euded iu a draw. Attempt to Assassinate Sitting Bull. St. Paul, September 5.—It just trans pired that an effort was made at the Grand Opera House Wednesday night to assassi nate Sitting Bull. As he was leaving the theatre an unknown man suddenly drew a pistol, and without raising it aimed it at the great chief, but a companion knocked the weapon down before it could be dis charged. Both men followed the Indians out but no further attempt was made on their lives. Sitting Bull is now constantly guarded, even at the hotel a guard is placed at the doors. Serious Loss. Mexico, September 4. — There was burned on the steamer City of Merida, [at Havana, a valuable collection of Mexican rarieties, zoological and botanical, des tined for the New Orleans exposition. Gen. Diaz, at the head of the Mexican Commis sion, is much affected by the loss aud says that it cannot be replaced in ten years. Forger in Custody. Ashbury Park, N. J., Leptember 5.— Frank Patterson, charged with forging en dorsements lor large amounts, who was the proprietor and manager of the opera house here, and not the one at Long Branch, was arrested early this morning in Phila delphia. [Mo. 1619.] FIRST NATIONAL BANK. OF HELENA. ORGANIZED IN 1866. Designated Depository of the United States. Puid-Up Capital,........................... g >00,000 Surplus and Profit»«................... 250,000 S. T. HAUSER, President, A. J. DAVIS, Vice-Presjdent. E. W. KNIGHT, Cashier, T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, Ase't Cashier, Board of Director**: S T. HAUSER JOHN C. CURTIN, A M. HOLTER, R. S. HAMILTON, JNO. H. MING, C. P. HIGGINS, R. W. KNIGHT, A. J. DAVIS, TH K I. EINSCHMIDT. HENRY M PÄRCHEN T. C. POWER. Associated Banks: FIRST NATIONAL, - Fort Benton, Montana. MISSOULA NATIONAL, - Missoula, Montana. HIRST NATIONAL, - - Butte, Montana. General BANKING Business Transacted. INTEREST PAID ON TIM E DEPOSITS. WALTER W, DeLACY, 0. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR Opposite Surveyor General's Office. HELENA, ... - MONTAN. d&wtf-ap2 Headi ])andnitfi an(1 every species of Itching, Scaly, and Pimply Humors of the* Scalp and 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 coiftpetition with the multitude of low test, short weight, aium or phosphate powders. Sold only in ratio. Royal Raking Powder Co.. New York. SALT RHEUM And Every Species of Inching and Burning; Disu ses Positively Cured. 1 JCZEMA, or Salt Rheum, with its agonizing J itching and burning, instantly relieved by a warm bath with Cuticura Soar, an l a single application of Cuticura, the great Skin Cure. This repeated daily, with two or three doses of Ccticura Resolvent, the New Blood Purifier, to keep tlie blood cool, the perspiration pure aud unirritating, tlie bowels open, the liver and kid neys active, will speedil) cure Eczema, Tetter. Ringworm, Psoriasis, Lichen Pruritus, Sealled best physicians and all known Skin, when the remedies fail. AVill McDonald. 2542Dearborn st.,Chicago, gratefully acknowledges a cure of Salt Rheum on the head, neck, face, arms, and legs for seven teen years; not able to walk except on bauds and knees for one year; not able to help himself for eight years; tried hundreds of remedies; doctors pronounced his ease hopeless; perma nently eured by Citicvea Resolvent (blood purifier) internally, and Cuticura and t uticura Soap (the great skin cures) externally. Chits. If ongliton, Em|„ lawyer, 28 State st., Boston, reports a ease of Salt Rheum under his observation for ten years, which covered the patient's body and limbs, and to which all known methods of treatment hail been applied without benefit, which was completely cured solely by the Cuticura Remedies, leaving a clean and healthy skin. F. II. Drake, llsq., Detroit, Mich., suffered untold tortures from Salt Rheum, which appeared on his hands, head and face, and nearly destroyed his eyes. After the most careful Aoeloring and a consultation of physicians failed to relieve him, he used tlie Cuticura Remedies, and was cured, ami lias remained so to date. Mr. John Tlitol. Wilkesbarre. Pa., writes: I have suffered from Salt Rheum for over eight vears. at times so bad that I cou d not attend to my business for weeks at a time of Cuticura, and four bottles lit entirely cured me of thi Sold by all druggists. Price : cts.; Resolvent, si ; Soar, 25ets. and Chemical Co., Boston. Mass. Semi lor "How lo Cure Skin Diseuses Three boxes >LVENT, have Ireadful disease. Cuticura, 50 Potter Drug CUTI CI RA SOAP, and Nurserv An equisite Toilet, Bath, i.mative. oCUlWATH«. Kk ,«TOMACH ä £ ! BITTER 5 The reputation of Hostctter's Stoni ich Bitters as a pre vet live of epidem 1 les. a stomachic, an invigorsnt, a gen eral restorative,and a specific for fever and ague, indiges tion, bilious affec tions, rheumatism, nervous de hi lit y. — constitutional weakness, is estab lished upon the sound basisof more than twenty years experience,'and can no more be shaken by tlieelaptrapnos trums of unscien tific preteude is, than the everlast ing hills by the winds that rustle through their defiles. For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally. For Sale. A general merchandise business, iu the coun try, is off ered for sale. A splendid chance for a party with $7,001) to ;10,000to buy an established and good paying business—large enough for two, if desired. Best of reasons for selling. Address G. JM. B., Herald office, Helena M. T. dlwAw2t-aug25 Hotel Property for Sale. Good, new frame bouse, all furnished and in good running order, and doing a good business. On daily stage line. Splendid location. Terms easy. Address, "Hotel," Herald office, Helena, M. T. dlwswlt-HgS iTELiENA ENGLISH TRAININGSCHÖOL BROADWAY.....................HELENA, M. T. Will be reopened Monday, September 1, 1881, and continue throughout the year. 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. Send for Sew <'ireu lar, giving course of study, rates of tuition, etc. Address J: r.Ïi < î5b™k n ' ot ! diwly-sepI7 Helena. Montana. OR. C. K. COLE. Office at residence. Grand St., Helena. Montana. Office Hours—12 m. to 3 p. m. 78. Telephone. No. dxwtf-augll WEIR & POPE, DRUGGISTS! % Are Constantly in Receipt of NEW GOODS, and prices are Guaranteed to be as LOW are Offered by any other House in the City. WIER A POPE - - DRUGGISTS FOR lame hack, side or chest use Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. SHILOH'S COUGH and Consumption Cure is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures consumption. SHILOH'S YITALIZER is what you need for con stipation, loss of apnetite. dizziness,and all symp. toms of Dyspepsia. Price 5U and 75 cents a bottle. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis immediately relieved by Shiloh's Cure. Sold by H. M. Par*îl»eu A « «., &wly-Sept!3 Helena, M. T. |=U~| |=| |E| — j-J== £2 BROW 5 0 & jwtd* Out«* 7 > % -I O tT» ie o T EfP = 1 o = 1 C -THE BEST TONIC. This medicine, combining Iron with puro vegetable tonics, quickly and completely Cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Weakness, Impure Blood, Malaria. Chills and Fevers, and Neuralgia. It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the Kidneys nnd Liver. It is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to Women, and all who lead sedentary lives. It does not injure the teeth, cause headache,or produce constipation —other Iron medicines do. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates the appetite, aids the assimilation of food, re lieves Heartburn nnd Belching, and strength ens the muscles and nerves. For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of Energy, &c.. it has no equal. jpg- The genuine has above trade mark nnd crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. m»dp only 1») BIIOWS CHEMICAL CO., KALT I MOKE, SU RE I> I XGTO.V. WOOI) \ KD A CO., i LiikL Oregon. AVbnlcssi!«* Agents. d<*wly-aug5 HELENA r !ï À Çlf* I 'orl L. Classical, English and Primary Departments. Opens Monday. Sept, 1,1884, PROF, W. H. GARRISON. Principal. For information a< Helena. Montan: dress K. 'harpe. Secret iry, d<jtwtosepl8-augl6 < Ï1 ummEœmàMiâai-rz. xaeÉai TORFin SOWELS, DISORDERED UVSR, and H1ALARÏA. From these source s arise three-fourths oi the diseases of tlio human race. These symptoms indicate their existence : Loss of Appetite, Bowels costive, Sick Ilead ncii»*, f'.illJie »s after eutinig, aversion to exertion of body or îuiud, Eructation of foody Irritability of temper, Low spirits, A ft-clin" of having neglected same duty, Dizziness,Fluttering ot the Heart, Dots before the eyes, highly col ored Urine, CONSTIPATION, and de mand the use of a remedy that acts directly onthe Liver. As a Liver medicine TLTT'S ji'ï LLS have no equal. Their action on the Kidneys and >kin is also prompt ; removing ll impurities through these three "scav engers of the system,'* producing appe 1 ite, s »und digestion, regular stools, a clear skinanda vigorous body. TFTT'S PILLS cunso no nans a or griping nor interfere with daily work and are à perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. Sold everywhere, 25c. Office. 44 Murray »St., N .Y. ïüTTS HÀïFi DYE. Gray Hair or Whiskers changed in stantly to a Glossy Black bv a single ap plication of this Dte. Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of SI. Office, 44 Murray Street, New York. BUTT'S MANUAL C. : USEFUL RECEIPTS FREE, ST, VINCENT'S ACADEMY. This Insti. ution, situated in a pleasant part of Helena, is conducted by the Sisters of Charity, under tlie patronage of Rt. Rev. Bishop Brondel. The Academic Year dates from the first Monday in September to the last Thursday in June. , The course of instruction includes all the branches of a Polite, Useful, and Christian edu cation, combined with the ornamental accom plishments of Music (vocal and instrumental.) Drawing, Painting, Plain and Ornamental Needle Work, in all their varieties. For further particulars or catalogues, apply to Slater Superior. dlqukwSm-MgSS MONTANA NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA. Organized November, 1882. C. A. BROADWATER, - - President A. G. CLARKE, • - - Yicè-Preftident E.KHARPE,........Cashier UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid Up Capital................... Surplus and Profit*«........... .5250.000. ... »5.000 DIRECTORS: S. C. ASHBY. B. F. POTTS. N. H. WEBSTER. HERMAN GANS. H. F. GALEN. S. H. CROUNSE. C. W. CANNON. R. B. HARRISON, A. H. WILDER, djiw-janl of St. Paul. ST. PETEB'S MISSION Has a Savings Department. THE ONLY SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN MONTANA! DIRECTORS: E. D. Edgekton, Pres't; D.S. Wauk, Vice-Pres't; A. E. Bcxker, Cashier. J. B. Saskoro, George Breck, Cornelius Hedges, John Kinsa, Chas. K. Cole, Chris. Kknck. __ 2-1 OT iUttIt THOMAS EI KLES, M. D. HOMOSOPAT HIDT. Office on Grand street. dawtf-decSU Boarding School for boys, under the direction of the Fathers of ffie Society of Jesus, will reopen on Monday, September 1st, 1884. The object of this Institution is to afford means of a solid, moral, men tal, and physical education to boys. Terms—-Tuition FREE. Board $10 per month, invariably in advance. For further particulars apply to Rev. J, Damiani, S. J., Fort Shaw, M. T., or to Rev. C. Imoda. S. J., Helena, M. T. dlm&w3m-a22 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. Notice. OFFICE OF THE Northern I'acilic Kailrmid Company. Saint Paul, Minn., September 1st, 1881. 7o ll'/iom It May Concern : In order to set at rest, once for all, a ground less rumor which it is reported has been given i circulation in Helena, in which it is alleged that ; the Northern Pacific Railroad Company into, ds j to change the location of its depots at Helena, we beg to say : FIRST: That the depots, stations, yards, en | gine houses, etc., have been formally an i per I niHiientlv located on tlie Northern Pacifie addi tion at the foot of Helena avenue on section 29, where the buildings are now erected. SECOND: That the Railroad Company is the owner by purchase of several hundred acres of j land adjacent to this depot, for which it has paid a large sum of money. THIRD: That 70 acres of this land on the j north side of the track have been deeded to the ; Northern Pacific Railroad Company, and set apart for yards, sidings, round-houses, shops, etc., and that improvements costing many thousand dollars have already been made by the Company on this property. Fourth : That there is no truth whatever in the report that the Railroad Company now contem plates, or lias ever contemplated the removal of the passenger and freight depots trom their pres ent location. Fifth: That there is not the slightest proba bility that tlie depots will ever l>e changed from their present location, for the good and sufficient reason that tlie depots now established are lo cated at tlie liest and only suitable location for the depots of the Northern Pacific Railroad Com pany at Helena. The depots will remain where they are now located. T. F. OAKES, Vice President. CHAS. B. LAMBORN, Land Commissioner. dsep6-9-lLfcwlt MW STORE !_NEW GOODS' DAVE 60LDBEEG, The ruslling Clothier of early days, lias re turned to Helena anil oqiened a splendid stock of General Merchandise, iu Holter's Block, Lower Main street, where lie will sell at bed-rock prices, CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Pistols, Guns, Ammunition and Notions. Also, Imported and Domestic Cigars, and Fine Chewing and Smok ing Tobaccos. I proj»oso lo sell at a small profit. My motto is. "Live and Let Live." I ask my old friends throughout Montana to call on me when they come to Helena. wly~stig7 DIVE «OLBBKB6. LAKE SUPERIOR TRANSIT CO. THE CREAT LAKE ROUTE. It! PALACE STEAMSHIPS. Leaving Duluth. Minn, every weekday, (Friday excepted) via lake Superior south shore ports to Port Heron, Mich.. Detroit. Mich.. < ievelnud. Ohio, Erie, Pm., and l'ullnlo. MT. V. Connections made at Port Huron, Mich, with Grand Trunk R'y for all Canadian iioints, and Cleveland. Erie and Buifaio with the Great Trunk Line for all Eastern points. Vary a long tedious journey by taking tlie Hail and Lake Koine. 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. FRANKLIN. N. W. Pass. Ar'I. si. Paul. Minn. D. A. < HK1SI Y. Ag't. Duluth. Minn. w3m-Jel2 mille mm BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Sign of the Big Boot ! MAIN STREET, - - - HELENA. A. DEALERS IN i ' The partnership property of C. L. Vawter St 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 Implement*«, Bain Wag ons, Road Carts, .Spring Wagons, Miller Buggie**, Buck Boards, John Deere Sulky Blows, John Deere Walking Plows, Cas sady Sulky Plow «.Grain Drills,Disc Harrows, Racine Fanning Mills. Monnled Grind Stones, Oliver Chilled Plows, Wagon Hardware, a Full Line of Harness. Whips. Col lars, Cnsh ions. Wagon Extras, Extension Tops. etc. These goods will be sold for cash at such prices as will afford opportunities for securing great bargains. MASS EN A BULLARD, Assignee of C. L. Vawter <fc Co. I Helena. M. T., Sept. 19, 1883. d<twtf-seD29 MANHOOD RESTORED The reason that Thou-auds cannot 'Jet cured < / SEMINAL WEAKNESS. LOSS OF MAN HOOD, aud the result of abuse.disease or excesses, is oicimj to a complication called PROSTATOIl RHEA. DR. Ll ERIC'S IN CI G OR A TOR is the ON L Teure for PROSTA TORDUE A. Price, F2.00 per package, 6 packages, j?lIMM). Guide to Health and Self-Analyst sent free. Address LIE RIG DISPENSA R Tfor Disease'' of Men, 400 Geary St„ San Francisco, Cal. diwly-jel2 THAT HACKING COUGH can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint! Shiloh's Vitalizer is guaranteed to cure you. SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by that terrible cough. Shiloh's Cure is the remedy for you. CATARRH CURED, health and sweet breath se cured by Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. Price 50 « ents. Nasal Injec.'or free. Sold by H. M. Pärchen A Co.. dAwly-sep!3 Helena, N. T. Carries, constantly, a very large stock of the liest Boots and Shoes, for the wholesale and re tail trade. Special attention given to orders by mail, and satisfaction guaranteed. The contin ued lilier.il patronage of friends all over Montana is respectfully solicited. wly-je!9 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 Lumber, Lam, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Store Fronts, Etc. wly-feb28 ASSIGNEE'S CLOSING OUT SALE. DR. FOOT, Jr. (.Direct from New York City.) AMERICA'S GREATEST SPECIALIST. The Doctor, believing that the Northwest will in the near future develop 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. M. T., his headquarters, and has no doubt but an exper ienced and reliable specialist will l»e hailed w ith joy by the unprejudiced and thoughtful public. After graduating at the !>e-t 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 and instructions from the most emi nent specialist iu 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 extensiv 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 physio.an, as all forms of Head and Throat diseases such as Catarrh. Tonsilitis, Pharyngitis, Laryngitis, Tra cheitis, Bronchitis, Asthma, etc. All Kloiiiucli, Liver null Kitluey 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 iu 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 diseuses of the EYE and EAR tieated with skill and care equal to any oculist and aurist of the world. Op thalmia. Granulations, etc. Cataracts removed. Cross eyes straightened. Deafness, Ottorrhoea I and all affections of the ear cured. Tape Worms j removed, etc. DR FOOTE OFFERS SI. OÜO FOi; ANY Pomalo Disease I That he cannot cure, when claiming to. The ! doctor has had such an extensive practice that lie ! usually can teli a woman her many troubles j WITHOUT ASKING A QUESTION—SIMPLY BY LOOKING AT HER. There is not one case in one hundred that can not be relieved and cured in a few weeks, and yet j ttiere are few women who are not afflicted with j one or more members of this vast army of dis [ ease aud death. Among the most important j may be enumerated, DISPLACEMENTS inflam mation, Ulceration, LUCORRHOEA, Painful, j SCANTY and Irregular Menstruation, NEIÎ ! VOUS and GENERAL DEBILITY, BARREN ! NESS, etc., and many well known symptoms. Uterine Cancer and Ulceration, Displacements, etc., can henceforth lie cured at your homes. I You need not go east or suff er from the old and j 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 I chronic diseases. VISITS made only during tlie I day. First visit low price. The Doctor does business on the se/nare and will tell every patient AS NEAR THE TRUTH as possible. If tlie 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 tlie office ' already. Office Iniars. I rnai 10 a. in. to H ]>, in. COXNIT.TÀ1 ION FREE ! > Every day . al Rooms 30. 31 and 32. St. Louis 'Block. Main Sired, over Montana National Bank. P. S.—Invalids should call at once, or write for "List of Questions," A majority of cases can he treated iu^t as successfully by letter as though personally examined. Medicinesent everywhere in concealed packages, and express or postage prepaid. Mr.i.KN.v. M. T. wly-my22 Notice of Seizure. District ore Montana ami Idaho, Custom House, Fort Benton, Montana, Collector's Offic e, August 21, 18S4. The following described merchandise was seiz ed at Ilcit-na, M. T.. on Augu>t llth, for violation of the Customs laws of the United States, tl(. S. U. S. see. 3082.) One white vest ; sixteen coats ; fourteen vests ; sixteen pairs trowsers; one overcoat; one piece satin ; one trunk. Any person claiming such articles, or either of them, is hereby notified to appear and file with me his claim to the same within twenty days from the date of first publication of this notice. WILLIAM II. HUNT, w3t-aug2S Collector of Customs. Assessment Notice. To the stockholders of the Boulder Valley Ditch, Mining and Milling Company. Principal place of business, Boulder, Jefferson County, Montana Territory : N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at a meet ing of the Trustees of said Company', held August 9th, 1884, an assessment of §1.00 per share, or 20 per cent, of the capital stock of said com pany, was levied, payable on or before the 30th day of September, 1884, and an additional assess ment of $1.00 per share, or 20 per cent, of the capital stock of said company, was levied at said meeting, payable on or liefore the 31st day of October, 1884, for the purpose of paying the in debtedness of the company. Said assessments must be paid to the secretary of the company, at his office, in tlie town of Boulder, Jefferson county, M. T. Any stock upon which said as sessments shall remain unpaid on the days fixed for the payment of the same, shall lie deemed delinquent, and will be duly advertised for sale at public auction, and unless pay ment shall lie made before, will lie sold on the (day appointed to pay T the delinquent assessments, together with the cost of advertising and expenses of sale. ALEX. J ELDER, Secretary. Office, Boulder, Jefferson County, M. T. w4t-aug21 For Sale. A sheep ranch, with sheds and all 1 necessary improvements, and one hun dred tons of hay. For particulars ad kdress W. 8. BARRETT. w3t-aug28 Florence, M. T. © ET THE BEST ! 7^5 y LEAD ALL OTHESS! Every Style & Price. Guaranteed Unequaled FOR OPERATION, ECONOMY , DURABILITY and WORK M ANSH IP, Improvements and Ccn7ev'-"~ fowtf iz no ctb:rs. Always >% . PUL A P. £Y £ iï Y W H J IÎ -. 5a?.-> tr, Ev.v:. ■■ V ft»-* '?« v And by Clark, Con rad A- Curtin, Hel ena. Montana. weowly-ap26 NO GOODS m ■ Our entire stock of Clothing, Cents Furnishing Goods, Bootsand Shoes, Hats and Caps, etc., is offered at mn 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 oi our en tire stock. WE HAVE NO CLEARANCE SALE--NO OLD OR SHELF-WORN GOODS TO OFFER. We will sell you New Good?, iu New Styles, for less than any house pretending to sell you goods at your own price. We have only one price for all, aud guarantee the same to be lower tuan any house in Montana is offering the same goods f or. We shall be pleased to have joti «-all and examine our goods ami jiriees be fore purchasing elsewhere. IYi & DON'T SHOOT! Rut if .you «lo, save money by buying tlie best go«i«ls at the HELENA ARMORY! SPECIALTIES: Sharpe's, Winchester, Marli n and Ballard Rifles; Parker, Colt's and Remington Breech and Muzzle Loading Sho* Guns; Mervin A Huibert, Colt's anil S. A W. Revolvers. Wholesale and retai' dealer in Arms, Ammuni tion, Tobaccos, Cigars, Fruits, notions, etc. dly-ianl M. SILVERMAN. K. PRESCOTT. IIcl* ■na. Montana.' DEALER IN MARBL Office—Dunphy EM. dStsc-wlyjel 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 LaiHlretli's. They have been tried with unvarying success for eighteen years in Montana. Guaranteed tr«'sb and true to name. Put up in sealed packages, with directions for culture, and sold at strictlygrower, catalogne prices. Price List and Landreth's illustrated catalogue and almanac furnished on application. Extra clean and fresh Timothy ami Re«l Top t'Uiver. Hungarian, Millet and Blue Grass, iu quantities at prices defying competition. Vick's Flower Seeds in great variety. H. M. PÄRCHEN A CO. International Hotel. Corner Main ami Bridge streets. Helena, N. T. Table the best in the city. Transient rates, 82 to 53 per day, according to location of rooms. Daily arrival and departures from this hotel of all tlie United States Mail coaches. My prices are not as low as some of the second-class hotels, hut 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 in general. wlv-ian!2 MAX SKLOWER. LEGALBLANKS For the use of Lawyers, Justices of the Peace, Conveyancers, Survey ors, Agents, Owners and Les sors of Real Estate, &c. THE HERALD has in Stock the following blanks. They are neatly printed, v, ith 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 app.icable 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 Witness^«; Undertaking on Claim and Delivery of Personal Property; Execution ; Deposition ; Sheriff's Sale; Summons. GENERAL BLA XKS. — Deed—Warranty ; Deed-Bargain and Sale; Deed-Quit Claim : Deed —Mining Claim ; Noticeof Location-Quartz ; Ap plication for Paient ; Certificate of Incorporation: Mortgage; Chattel Mortgage; Assignment of Mortgage ; Power of Attorney ; Lease ; Bond ; Bills of Sale. PRIGEOF ABOVE BLANKS-1, 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. 1'ostage paid on all orders by mail. Al.ho.thk following Blanks on hand at 85.00 Per Huniiked with same Discount on Orders for 200 ; FOR JUSTICE COURT. —Writ of Attach ment : Undertaking on Attachment ; Affidavit for Attachment; Summons; Summon* for Juror; Subpcena; Bounty Certificates (wild animals.) FOR DISTRICT COURT. — Summons for Juror; Subpcena. Acknowledgments, " Man and Wife," 83.0<i per hundred; Acknowledgments, "Single," 82.50 per hundred. Twenty-five per cent, discount on orders 200 and upwards. Address FISK EROS., Helena, M. T.