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The Cholera.
P VKI.S November 12 ,-The people con
tinue fearless, though the epidemic w
„reading throughout the city. One way
house on Monday sold 20,000 yards of red
flannel, which is supposed to be a P re ' en '
tive acainst cholera. The troops and po
licemen on night duty are allowed rum
with their coffee. The exodus of foreign
r increases. A continuous string of \ ehu les
,ine the neighborhood of railway stations.
The doctors are of the opinion that strong
healthy people are not likely to be attacked
|' e {jista.se. No hospital attendants
have been seized by the cholera and there
t re the plague is not considered to be con
10 ious. The slums of the city have been
hi died" with water heavily charged with
icid. Three cast's have occurred
olice department situated in the
the city. It is feared that the
will rapidly spread there. The
prisoners in the station, there awaiting
0 r disposal after sentence, are hud
in nauseous holes, with scarcely any
1 ivli'dit and reekmg with foulest o< ,,r -•
Their bed linen is seldom cleaned, but is
now being washed and disinfected. There
was one death to-day at eaçhof thefoi
Inwine places: Auvervilhers, Llichy
Boulogne and I antin. Iteaths also occurred
in the vill
arboli
in the P'
hums ot
t i spa.se
illaires adjacent to those places.
' "November 13 ,-One fresh case
. lM( i one death is reported here
consequence of the popular
In
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the
at the til thy condition of the
authorities will have
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reets cleaned. I
November 13.—Twenty-eight
1 ...«ps of cholera are reported since mid
* 1 j T j,, the city, and the remainder in the
hospital' One death is reported at Oran.
London, November 13.—The Swiss gov
ernment forbids railway cars from Paris to
, their frontier until the passengers;
} ave been subjected to a thorough medical j
o-m-ction. I
l'\i:is, November 13.—From midnight |
t0 noon to-day there were 33 deaths from
j r;l _ ip ol which occurred in hospitals
jc'vised report for yesterday gives a
. (l f si deaths, all but 20 of which oc
,. mt d in hospitals. Eighty-four fresh
1. were received into the hospitals yes
j'u.j'. November 14.—Five cases of
, jjoiera oecured yesterday among the news
' ,,er employees of the Moniteur and Le
('nin I •<!. One of these, a printer, died al
most immediately. The commissary ofpo
1 ,,-e took a patient from his dirty lwlging
house and had no sooner placed him in an
ambulance than the i>oor fellow died. The
landlord refused to allow the body to be
returned to his lodgings and the commis
sary took it to one of the hospitals and
then to the morgue. Both institutions re
fused to receive the body and the commis
sary was obliged to return it to the lodging
house in spite of-the landlord's objections.
It is expected that the Orleans princes will
make a large donation fund for the rebel
of the cholera sufferers.
Paris, November 14—Since midnight
there have been seventeen deaths from
cholera in the city and thirty-one in the
hospitals.
Serious ICiot.
London, November 10.—A troop ship
with 2,000 marines has been ordered to
proceed from Portsmouth to the Isle oi
Skye to assist the police iu restoring order
among the Crofters.
There is no abatement of the excited
feeling in Skye. Crofters from neighbor
ing islands are flocking to Skye to assist
their brethren in maintaining their claims.
Fully 2,.">00 Crofters will meet the detach
ment ol' police on their arrival to-morrow
and conduct them to Uig. The Crofters
will demand of the police the object of
their coming. If an unsatisfactory answer
is given, the islanders will conduct them
hack to the landing place and request
them to leave their shores.
Dwight from his position as referee in the
suit of Peter Marie and others against Cor
nelius K. Garrison, which involves some
j.%'0,000. The application is made on
behalf of the defendant, who charges that
the releree is prejudiced in favor ol the
plaintiffs, that his rulings are erroneous,
and other charges. In the meantime the
proceedings of ihe referee are stayed.
*1> ôterions Disappearance.
Boston. November 11.—E. Poppelhower,
doing business under the firm name of the
Boston Diamond Cutting Co., is said to be
missing, with diamonds belonging to
various Boston Arms and private custom
ers valued at a large sum. Poppelhower
was trusted by the jewelers of this city
almost implicitly. It was his custom to
call upon first class jewelery firms and
request the loan of some diamonds, which
he said he could sell to good advantage.
There are a large number of anxious in
quiries for him. It is supposed that he
has gone to .San Francisco, where he has
friends. It is almost impossible to state
the amount of his operations with the
number of firms already reported, but it
is requested to withhold the names of
those who had loaud him from $12,000 to
$15,000 worth of diamonds each.
Peace Hcstored. _
PANAMA, November 5.—Peace has been
restored in Cundinamarica and Santander,
owing to the active intervention of the
federal government. The town of Guados,
which was captured by rebels, but who
subsequently laid down their arms, was
the scene of many atrocities. A picket of
twenty-five men, who had defended a
school house tor five hours, were slaugh
tered after surrendering. The body of the
commander was sulwequently exposed to
terrible indignities. On the following day
a number of houses were sacked and sev
eral burned. Numerous assassinations of
a fearful and cowardly character were per
petrated.
A Southern KesolutioR.
Savannah, Ga., November 12.—Among
the resolutions adopted at the grand Dem
ocratic meeting last night, was the follow
ing : " Resolved, That we will welcome
the day when there shall lie no solid South
and no solid North, but a solid union as it
was eighty years ago; and when all the
American citizens, white and black, native
and adopted, at home and abroad, shall
stand equal before the law, and be covered
and protected by our country's flag."
Egyptian Adairs.
Dongola, November 13.—Gen. Wolsely
left here in the Pinna e to-day to inspect
the depots and hasten the advance of
troops.
Cairo, November 13.—A dispatch from
Mudie. Dongola. says that a man who has
just reached there from Khartoum reports
that Mahdi has established himself at
Amdermau, ou the western bank of the
M hite Nile, a few miles from Khartoum.
The Egyptian soldiers stationed there are
being compelled to retreat.
Suicide.
4 Renton, X. J., November 13.— lîev.
Henry Williamson, rector of St. Paul's
church, this city, committed suicide this
morning near the outskirts of the city by
shooting himself through the head. He
used a new revolver and tired through his
temple, dashing his brains all over. He
"as lound by two boys. No motive is
known for the act. Dei-eased was a son
ot ex-Chancellor Williamson, of Elizabeth.
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Guarding Against Cholera.
Washington, November 13 —Secretary
McCulloch to-day received the following
petition in regard to the importation of old
rags from European ports, signed by prom
inent medical men in NewJYork :
Recognizing the fact that there is great
danger of the introduction of Asiatic chol
era into the United States through the me
dium of old rags imported into this coun
try and coming from European ports, we
herebv respectfully suggest and urge upon
you the necessity for immediate and de
cisive action iu reference thereto. We are
prompted thus to appeal to you because of 1
the recent removal ot the restrictions on
the importation of old rags, and it is our !
firm belief that this threatened danger can i
onlv be averted by the most thorough and
systematic disinfecting of old rags coming
from European ports. Trusting your hon
orable department will see the urgent ne
cessity for speedy and definite action.
In speaking on this subject to-day, Sec
retary McCulloch said he was fully alive
to the great responsibility resting on him
and he proposed to do what seemed best
for the interests of all concerned.
—---- ♦
Died.
Pittsburg, November 12. — Ormsley
Phillips, one of the proprietors of the Pitts
burg Dispatch died suddenly this morning
at !) o'clock of nervous prostration. The
deceased for many years was prominently
cennected with the iron and glass indus
tries here. He was Mayor of Allegheny
City for three years and at the time of his
death was president of the board of mana
gers of the Western Penitentiary.
Newburg, N. Y., November 12.—Thomas
Beveridge, the head of the Beveridge
Brewing Co., and widely known among
the brewers of the country, is dead ; aged
74. He was a prominent member of the
Masonic fraternity.
New York, November 13.—Isaac Hen
derson, associated with William Cullen
Bryant iu the ownership of the Evening
Post, died to-day, at the age of 71.
DOVER, N. H., November 14.—Francis
Atkinson Freeman, died here 62 years. He
was lor several years Judge of Calaveras
county, California.
Married.
St. Louis, November 12.—Major Gener
al W. S. Harney was married this evening
at the cathedral to his former housekeeper,
Mary St. Cyr. The groom is S4 aud the
bride 45 years of age. Harney is the oldest
i General on the retired list, and his mar
; riage is creating a good deal of comment.
He is very wealthy. The pair left for New
Orleans.
Richmond, November 13.—Pearl Tyler,
daughter of the late ex-President Tyler,
I and Wm. Munsford Ellis, member of the
House of Delegates, were married this
evening in St. Peter's cathedral, Bishop
Kean officiating. The best people in the
; city packed the cathedral.
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Absolutely Pure.
This jKiwder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeneas. 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
vins. Royal B a kino Po wpkb Co.. New Yo rk.
ITCHING DISEASES.
HCZEMA, or Salt Rheum, with its agonizing
Xli itching and burning, instantly relieved by a
warm bath with Citut ea Soap, and a single
application of Cuticura, the great Skin Cure.
This repeated daily, with two or three doses of
Ccticuka Resolvent, the New Blood Purifier, to
keep the blood cool, the perspiration pure and
unirritating, the bowels open, the liver and kid
neys active, will speedib cure Eczema, Tetter,
Ringworm, Psoriasis, Lichen Pruritus, «called
Head, Dandruff', and every species of Itching,
Scaly, and Pimply Humors of the Scalp and
Skin, when the best physicians and all known
remedies fail. _
ECZEMA TWENTY YEARS.
My gratitude to Go-. - unbounded for the re
lief Î have obtained from the used theCCTICUBA
Remedies. I have been troubled with Eczema
on my legs for twenty years. I had not a com
fortable night for years, the burning and itching
were so intense. Now, I am happy to say, I have
no trouble. Only the liver-colored patches on
my limbs remain as a token of my former misery.
HENRY L. SMITH.
188 West Avenue, Rochester, N. Y.
ECZEMA ON A CHILD.
Your most valuable Cuticura Remedies have
done my child so much good that I feel like say
ing this for the benefit of those who are troubled
with Eczema, and I tried several doctors and
medicines, but did not do her any good until I
used Cuticura Remedies, which speedily cured
her, for which I owe you many thanks and many
nights of rest. ANTON BOSSIMEK,
Edingburg, Ind. Union Ba kery.
TETTER ON THE SCALP?
I was almost perfectly bald, caused by Tetter
of the top of the scalp. I u-ed your Ccticuka
Remedies al>out six weeks, and they cured my
senlp perfectly, and now my hair is coming back
as thick as it ever was. J. P. CHOICE.
Whitesboro', Texas.
COVERED WITH BLOTCHES.
I want to tell you that your Ccticuka Résol
vent is magnificent. About three mouths ago
my face was covered with blotches, and after
using three bottles of Resolvent 1 was perfectly
cured. FREDERICK MAITRE.
23 St. Charles street, New Orleans. La.
IVY POISONING.
For all cases of poisoning by ivy or dogwood. I
can warrant Ccticcra to cure every time. I have
sold it for five years and it never fails.
C. H. MORSE, Druggist.
Ilolliston, Mass.
Sold every where. Ccticcra, 50c.; Soap, 25c.;
Resolvent, 81.
Potter Drug and Chemical Co.. Bouton
Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters is a fine
blood depurent, a
rational cathartic,
and a superb anti
bilious specific. It
rallies the failing
energies of the de
bilitated. andchecks
premature decay.
Fever and ague, bil
ious remittent, dys
pepsia and bowel
complaints are
among the evils
which it entirely re
moves. In tropical
countries,wherethe
liver ana bowels
are organs most un
favorably affected
by the combined
influence of clim
^ ^ — _ ate. diet and water,
it is a very necessary safeguard. For sale by all
Druggists and Dealers generally. ____
WALTER W. DeLACY,
0. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
Opposite Surveyor General's Office.
HELENA, • MONTANA.
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FATHER MITHOKY RAVALLI.S.J.
Forty Years a Missionary in the Itocky
Moil ntains.
Memoir Toy
L. B. PALLADINO, S. J.
The above is in press and will be out in a
couple of weeks. It will l>e sold for the l>enefit
of the Indian schools conducted by the Jesuit
Fathers in Montana.
PRICE, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Send in your orders early, as only n limited
number of copies will be struck. For orders, ad
dress C. F. Cameron, P. O. Box 257 Helena, M.
T., or the undersigned.
L. B. PADLADINO. S. J., Missoula.
dAw2w-novl2 Missoula Co., M. T.
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This medicine, combining Iron with pure
vegetable tonics, quickly and completely
Pures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Weakness,
I in pure Blood, Malaria,!'hills and Fevers,
and Neuralgia. ___ ...
It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the
Kidneys and 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 and Belching, and strength
ens the muscles and nerves.
For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude, Lack of
Energy, Ac., it has no equal. r
jtÿ- The genuine has above trade mark and
crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other.
Hurt* ouly bjr IIUOWS CHEMICAL CO., BALTIMOUE, *l>
REDIXGTOX. WOODARD A CO.. Port
land. Oregon. Wholesale Agciiis.
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF HKLGAA.
ORGANIZED IN 1856.
Designated Depository of the United
States.
l'aid-1'p Capital............................8500,000
Surplus anil Fronts................... 250,000
8. T. HAUSER, President,
A. J. DAVIS, Vice-President.
E. W. KNIGHT, Cashier,
T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, Ass't Cashier.
Hoard of Director*
8 T HAUSER JOHN C. CURTIN,
A. M. HOLTER, R. S. HAMILTON,
.TNO. H. MING, C. P. HIGGINS,
E W KNIGHT, A. J. DAVIS,
T H KLEINSCHMIDT, HENRY M PÄRCHEN
T. C. POWER.
A **«►<• tai«*«l Dank*,:
FIRST NATIONAL, - Fort Benton, Montana.
MISSOULA NATIONAL, - Missoula, Montana.
FIRST NATIONAL, - - Butte, Montana.
Générai BANKING Business Transacted.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
IIEljEDJ-a
RESTORED
MANHOOD
The reason that Thousands cannot get cured of
SEMINAL WEAKNESS, LOSS OP MAN
HOOD, and the result of abuse, disease or excesses,
is owing to a complication catted Pli OS TA TOR
IIHEA. DR. LIE RIG'S IN VI G ORATOR ts
the ONLYcure for PROSTA TORRHEA. Price,
82.00 per partage, 6 packages, 810.00. Guide to
Health and Self-Analyst sent free. Address LIE
BIG DISPENSAI l Y for Diseases of Men.
400 Geary St., San Francisco, Cal.
d<cwly-iel2
MONTANA NATIONAL BANK
OF HELENA.
Organized November,! 1882.
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ENGLISH TRaTnINGSCHOOL
BROADWAY.....................HELENA, 51. T.
Reopened Monday, September 1, 1884, and will
continue throughout the year.
A practical school for young men and women.
COURSE OK STUDY.
Commercial.Stenographic, Preparatory or Eng
lish, Pen Art, and Crayon. 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. Evening Nes«i#ns
from October to April. PENMANSHIP
and BOOKKEEPING, STENOGRAPHY, a
specialty. Send for New Circular, giving
course of study, rates of tuition, etc. Address
H. T. ENGELHORN, or I Pr . irMl u
E. O. RAILSBACK. i Princi P ftl8 '
d*wly-sei>17 Helena. Montana.
C. A. BROADWATER. - - President
A. G. CLARKE, • - - Vice-President
E. SHARPE.........Cashier
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Paid Up Capital...........................$250.000.
Snrplns and Protita..................... 35,000
DIRECTORS:
8. O. ASHBY. B. F. POTTS.
N. H. WEBSTER. HERMAN GANS.
H F. GALEN. S. H. CROUNSE.
C. W. CANNON. R. B. HARRISON.
A. H. WILDER.
dAw-janl (> f St. Paul.
SODA WATER,
Mineral Water, Sparkling Wines,
CARBONATED BEVERAGES,
Apparatus Materials anil Accessories for Manu
facturing, Dispensing and Bottling, with full in
structions.
CATALOGUES SENT ON APPLICATION.
THE FIRM OF JOHN MATTHEWS.
First Avenue, 26th and 27th streets, New York.
w6m-novl3
DR. C. K. COLE.
Office at residence. Grand St., Helena,
Montana.
Office Hours—12 m. to 3 p. m. Telephone. No.
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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 &. POPE - * DRUGGISTS
JOHN R. DREW.
WIÄTT. CARROLL
JOHN R, DREW & CO,
Successors to and Proprietors of the
MILLED
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Sign of the Big Boot !
MAIN STREET. - - - HELENA.
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, i nd satisfaction guaranteed. The contin
ued lilieral patronage of friends all over Montana
is respectfully solicited. wlyae plS
TUTTS
PILLS
25 Y EARS IN USE.
The Greatest Medical Triumph of the Age !
SYMPTOMS Op A
TORPID LIVER,
Lossol'appetite, Bowels costive, Pain in
the head, with a dull sensation in the
back part, fain under tne shoulder
blade, Fullness nfter eating, with a dis
inclination to exertion of body or mind,
Irritability of temper, Low spirits, with
a feeling of nnving neglected some duty.
Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at the
Ilenrt, Dots before the eyes, Headache
over the right eye, Restlessness, with
fitful dreams, Highly colored Urine, and
CONSTIPATION.
TFTT'S pills are especially adapted
to such cases, one dose effects such a
change offeelingas to astonish the sufferer.
They Increase the Appctite.and cause the
body to Take on Flesh, thus the system Is
nourished, and by their Tonic Action on
the Digestive Organs, Uegular-Stools are
prodmied^PrlceJISc^Ai^Hiirraj^tjvRy^
TUTTS HAIR DVt.
Grat Hair or Whiskers changed to a
Glossy Black by a single application of
this DTE. It imparts a natural color, acts
instantaneously. Sold by Druggists, or
sent by express on receipt of SI, ,
Office, 44 Murray St M New York
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.
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THE ONLY
SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN MONTANA!
DIRECTORS;
E. D. Edgerton, Pres't: D.S. Wade. Vice-Pres't;
A. E. Busker, Cashier.
J. B. Sakyord, Georoe Bleck,
Corn slics Hedges, John Kinna,
Chas. K. Cole, Chris. Kenck.
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NEW STORE! NEW GOODS
DAVE G0LDBEBG,
The rustling Clothier of early days, has re
turned to Helena and opened a splendid stock of
General Meredandise, in Holter's Block, Lower
Main street, where he 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
Ilomestic Cigars, and Fine Chewing ami Smok
ing Tobaccos. I propose to 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-aug" DAVE IlOI.DBERtl,
AM.
DEALERS IN
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 Engined and Boilers,
and Leffel Double Turbine Water
Wheels. Catalogues Furn
ished on Anplication.
ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF
LnmDer. Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Store
Fronts, Etc.
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Uff DIN GEE & CONARD CO'S
BEAUTIFUL EVER-BLOOJIINU
Our Great Specialty isgrowinç and distributing
ROSES—we deliver strong Pot Plants suitable for
immediate bloom, safely by mail at all Post Offices.
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OTHER VARIETIES 9.3.1 It)FOR SI
according to value. Send for our New G aide, 76 pp
elegantly Ulus, and choose from over 500 finest sorts
Address. THE DINGEE Sc CONARD CO.,
Rose Growers, West Grove,.Chester Co., Pa.
w6m-oct31
ASSIGNEE
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, Balm Wag
ons, Road Carts, Spring Wagons,
Miller Buggies, Buck Boards,
iohn Deere Snlky Plows, John
Deere Walking Plows, Cos
sady Snlky PIows.Grain
Drills,Dlse Harrows,
Racine Fanning
Mills,
Mounted Grind Stones, Oliver Chilled
Plows, Wagon Hardware, a Fall
Line of Harness, Whips, Col
lars, Cushions,Wagon Extras,
Extension Tops, etc.
Them goods will be sold for cash at such prices
as will afford opportunities for securing great
bargains. MASSEN A BUI .1. A RD,
Assignee of C. L. Vawter it Co.
Helena. M. T., Sept. 19,1883. dswtf-sep29
THE UNION
Organized under the laws of Montana, is now
doing business in the warehouse recently erected
by Kleinschmidt ii Bros, at the track of the
Northern Pacific Railroad near the HELENA
DEPOT, and is prepared to quote all kinds of
HEAVY GROCERIES and PROVISIONS; also.
FLOUR, FEED, HAY, OATS, CHOPPED FEED
BRAN and SHORTS, SALT, NAILS, LIME,
CEMENT. B.fRB WIRE, CORDWOOD, FENCE
POLES, and all staples usually shipped in car
lots. (Lowest quotations on car lots,) or jobbing
quantities will Ih? given on application. Com
munications should be addressed "Union Ware
house Co., P. O. Box 216." Orders left at the
Granite Block Telephone 26 will be promptly at
tended to. No charges for drayage will be made
on goods ordered to be shipped by rail. Con
signments on car lots of all kinds of produce
solicited. Receiving, storing and forwarding
will have our careful attention.
Address Union Warehouse Co., P. 0. Box
216, or Telephone No. 26.
THEO. FURHKEX, Manager.
What I Bought at "THE FAIR," Broad
way, Helena for $13 55.
1 pair Silk Embroidered Velvet Slippers..
1 do White Blankets...............................
1 do Ladies' Cal Lambs Wool Hose........
1 set Knives and Forks.............................
Bed Spread.............................................
i^doz Turkish Bath Towels......................
1 Ladies' Gossamer Water Proof..............
2 doz Dress Buttons...................................
1 doz Spools Cotton...................................
,doz Milk Pans........................................
doz 1-ead Pencils...................................
Ten Quart Tin Pail................................
f, doz Pie Plates.......................................
Bottle Ink.............................................
Bottle Mucilage....................................
Long-Handled Tin Dipper....................
Iron Fire Shovel...................................
lb. Package Stove Blacking..................
Nail Brush ............................................
Dust Broom..........................................
q doz Enameled Napin Rings.................
Large Japanned Tea Waiter.................
Steel Chopping Knife............................
Can Opener.................................................
Egg Beater with crank............................. 15
Package Envelopes................................... 5
Quire Note Paper...................................... 1°
Total.....................................................813 55
THE FAIR,
wlv-o2 Broadway, Helena.
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A Radical Cure for!
NERVOUS
DEBILITY.
Organic Weakness,
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DECAT,
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HARRIS REMEDY CO.. M'fcChemists
306* N. Tenth St.. 8T. LOUIS. MO.
VARICOCELE RUPTURE
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THOMAS ECKLES, M. D.
P'îLAtî EVERYWHERE.
,ii Its P5v ory City and Town
- rtatea.
And bv Clark. Conrad A Curtin. Hoi
Govt, and 40-60
G ruin Cartridge.
VERY STRONG. PERfECTLY SAFE.
TUE" DrCT Din r in tl10 world for large
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raev, rapidity, model and finish to any other.
DAI I A D n Gabery, Sporting and Target
D A L L A n U Rifles. Send for Catalogue,
llarlin Fire Arms Co., New Haven, Conn.
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THE
MISSOURI
STEAM
Washer
character and intellf
_____________ . I will afford a liberal chaace
to test it before paying for it, and return it at my ex
K nm if not satisfactory. It ie the great labor, cloth
3 and soap saver._ K thousand per-cent, the best
Washer in the world, and pay« capable Agents big
money. No boys or unreliable cersons need apply,
Write for illustrated circulars. Address J. WORTH,
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--iRUPTURE
. 'Absolutely Cured in30 to90 Day*
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icht and day. Cured the famou* Dr. J. Simm»
_ rN.Y. and hundred* other*. Illua pamp.free
Magnetic Elastic Truss Co. i 33 madwoii st. Chicago.
VIGOROUS .HEALTH %MEN
iNERVOUSOEBILITY
I Organic Weakness
J Decay .and numerous
Jobecurediseases, baf
ifling the skilled phy
/sicians, result from
/youthful Indiscretion,
ftoo free indulgence, or
' over brain work. Avoid
the imposition ot preten
tious remédié» for these
troubles. Get our Free
Circular and Trial Pack
age, and learn important
facta before taking treat
ment elsewhere. Take a
SURE Kemkiiv that has
CURED thousands, doe*
not interfere with atten
tion to butine**, or cause
pain or inconvenience in
any way. Founded on
scientific medical princi
ples. By direct application
to the seat of disease it*
specific influence is felt
without delay. The nat
ural function*of the hu
man organism is restored.
The animating element*
of life, which nave been
wasted are given back.and
the patient Becomes cheer
fui and rapidly gains both
strength aud sexual vigor.
BOAKQBOZ 3
Office on Grand street.
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DR. FOOT
New York.)
AUTHOR, LECTURER AN!» AMERICA'S GREATEST
Uns established (permanently) the most com
plete M«.«li(*itl «ml Sursienl
X.W^'2?I^?TJ I T , 33
in America at salt J uke S iiy. 1 tali. The
Institute employs Allopathy, Homopathy,
Thomsonian. Eclectic, and nil newly discovered •
vegetable medicines. Also, employ Electricity j
in 7 forms (extensively.) Also, Electrical, Turk- |
ish, Russian, Artificial, mid Natural Hut
Springs Mineral Halls- that have a won
derful local and universal reputation us a cura
tive agent,) enabling the Physicians and Sur
geons of this institute, with their extensive ex
perience and skill, improved instruments and
great preparation, to guarantee Io eure all
chronic, nervous, blood and female diseases and
deformities, (as spinal curvature, club tcct. weak
ankles, etc..) that afflict men, women and chil
dren, such as all forms of Heud and Throat dis
eases. sueli as Catarrh, Tonsilitis, Laryngitis,
Bronchitis Asthma, etc. All Sloinaeti. l.t ver
and Kidn»' Disease*, such as Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness, HEAD
ACHE, Diabetes, LAME and WEAK BACKS,
etc. All Bladder, Rectum and Sexual diseases.
Pimples, Blotches, Blackheads, Discolorations,
etc., entirely removed. RHEUMATISM in all
stages. Neuralgia of long standing. All Brain,
NERVOUS, Debilitating and Blood diseases.
Heart disease, Fits SEMINAL WEAKNESS,
Gon, und Gleet. LOST MANHOOD, ete. 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, etc. All diseases of
the EYE and EAR tieated with skill and care
equal to any oculist ami aurist of the world. Op
thalmia. Granulations, etc. Cataracts removed.
Cross eyes straightened. Deafness, Ottorrhoea
and all affections of the ear cured. Tape Worms
removed in three hours, etc.
DR FOOTE i»FFEKS $1.000
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 lier many troubles
WITHOUT ASKING A QUESTION—SIMPLY
BY LOOKING AT HER.
Among the mo"t important may !>e enu
merated, DISPLACEMENTS Inflammation, Ul
cération, LUCORRIIOEA, Painful, SCANTY and
Irregular Menstruation. NERVOUS and GEN
ERAL DEBILITY, BARRENNESS, etc., and
many well known symptoms. L'terine Cancer
and Ulceration, Displacements, etc., can hence
forth !>e cured at your homes.
030O REWARD
For a test case of any form of SYPHILIS that
Dr. Foot, Jr., cannot cure COMPLETELY. Also,
any skin or nervous disease.
Railroad Fare For One Way.
All the great railroads in the West (excepting
the U. P. it. It.) will take Dr. Foot's patients to
Salt Lake Citv and return—at JUST HALF
RATE-».- >d ; . • mi ig b' f re .Inqu iry 1st. 1885.
(Such u p.<» i.cj-v ne. er gia-.i i » in... phy
sician in tlie world bclure.) ior tickets, circu
lars, testimonials, etc., apply to Dr, Foot, Jr., P.
O. Box 974.
This city was selected on account of the cele
brated Mineral Hot Springs and Warm Sulphur
Springs—the wonderful effects of the Salt Lake
waters (on nervous and debilitating diseases,)
the lovely, balmy, dry and even climate, the
hygenic advantages, the wide steady streets, and
extensive drives, the great variety of superior
food, church, amusement and society advan
tages, etc.
CONSULTATION FREE AT INSTITUTE,
■CT3XTI03Nr BLOCK.
Main Street, between Seeond and Third
South Street*.
P. S.—Invalids should call at once, or write for
"List of Questions." A majority of cases can be
treated just as successfully by letter as though
personally examined. Medicine sent everywhere
in concealed packages, and express or postage
prepaid.
P. S.—Send $1.00 for Dr. Foot's latest medical
work, "Good Sense, or How to Secure Health
and Retain It."
SUMMONS.
In the District Court of the Third Judicial Dis
trict of the Territory of Montana, in and for the
county of Lewis and Clarke.
Mary J. Johnson, plaintiff', |
versus »-SUMMONS.
Russell B. Johnson, defendant. )
The people of the Territory of Montana send
greeting to the above named defendant:
ATOU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to appear in
J_ an action brought against you by the aliove
named plaintiff'in the District Court of the Third
Judicial District of the Territory of Montana, in
and for the county of Lewis and Clarke, and to
answer the complaint filed therein, within ten
days (exclusive of the day of service) after the
service on you of this summons, if served within
this county; or if served out of this county, but
in this District within twenty days; otherwise
within forty days, or judgment by default will be
taken against you, according to the prayer of
said complaint. The said action is brought to
obtain the judgment and decree of said court in
favor of said plaintiff, and against said defend
ant. adjudging and decreeing that the bonds of
matrimony existing between plaintiff - and de
fendant be dissolved, and that plaintiff have, the
care and custody of the minor children, the issue
of said marriage, and for such other and further
relief as to the court may seem just and proper.
And you arc hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answer the said complaint, as above
required, the said plaintiff'will take judgment by
default against you said defendant for the relief
demanded in her complaint.
Given under my hand and the seal of the District
,—, Court of the Third Judicial District of
f 1 the Territory of Montana in and for the
\ seal. ^ coun ty G f Lewis and Clarke, this 20lh
day of October, in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and eighty-four.
A. II. BEATTIE. Clerk.
By C. G. REYNOLDS. Deputy Clerk.
Isaac D. McCutcheon plaintiff's attorney.
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ST. PETERS MISSION
Boarding School for boys, under the
direction of the
FathsK of tha 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
ST. VINCENTS ACADEMY.
This Institution, sit aated in a pleasant part of
Helena, is conducted by the Sisters of Charity,
under the 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 instrum
Drawing, Painting, Plain and Ornamental Needle
Work, in all their varieties.
For further particulars or catalogues, apply to
Sister Superior. dlm<*w3m-aug23
ROLLER
ice
SKATES
BERRY
BARNEY
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CATALOGUE
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NO GOODS
Our entire stock of Clothing,
Cents Furnishing Goods,
Bootsand Shoes, Hats
and Caps, etc., is
offered at
11
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 ol 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.
Wo shall l>o pleased to have yon call
and examine our good* and price* be
fore purchasing elsew here.
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DONT SHOOT!
But if yon «io, save money hy buying
the best good* at th<
HELENA ARMORY!
SPECIALTIES:
Sharpe's, Winchester,
M a r 1 i n and Ballard
Rifles ; Parker, Colt's
and Remington Breech
and Muzzle Loading
Shot Guns; Mervin &
Hulbert, Colt's and S. &
W. Revolvers.
Wholesale and retail dealer in Arms, Ammuni
tion, Tobaccos, Cigars, Fruits, notions, etc.
dly-ianl M. SILVERMAN.
ATTENTION!
Farmers and Gardeners.
If you want tried and reliable
GARDEN SEEDS,
Go or send to H. M. PÄRCHEN A CO., leading
druggists, Helena, Montana, and buy
LaiMlreth'H.
They have been tried with unvarying success
for eighteen years in Montana. Guaranteed
fre*h and true to name. Put up in sealed
packages, with directions for culture, and sold
at strictlygrower*«*atalogue prices. Price
List and Landreth's illustrated catalogue and
almanac furnished on application. Extra clean
and fresh Timothy and K«'«l Top Clover.
Hungarian, Millet and Blue Grass, iu quantities
at prices defying competition. Vi« 1 !*'* Flower
Seeds in great variety.
H. M. PÄRCHEN A CO.
Int«'rnati«mal Hotel, ('orner Main and
Bridge street*. Helena, VI. T.
Table the best in the city. Transient rates, Ç2 to
Ç3 per day, according to location of rooms. Daily
arrival and departures from this hotel of all the
L T nited States Mail coaches. My prices are not as
low as some of the second-class hotels, but are
reasonable, and knowing my ability to plea»e the
iirst-class trade, I guarantee satisfaction to all.
Will be pleased to see tiie traveling public in
general.
wly-1an!2 MAX SKLOWER.
H. PRESCOTT. Helena, Montana.
• DEALER IN
MARBLE!
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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 IfERALD 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 Uie
statutes 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
Property; Execution ; Deposition ; Sheriff's Sale;
Summons.
GENERAL BLANKS. — Deed—Warranty :
Deed-Bargain and Sale ; Deed-Quit Claim ; Deed
—Mining Claim ; Notice of Location-Quartz ; Ap
S lication for Patent, Certificate of Incorporation;
lortgage ; Chattel Mortgage ; Assignment of
Mortgage ; Power of Attorney ; Lease ; Bond ;
Bills of Sale.
PRICE OF ABOVE BLANKS—10 cts. each ; 12
for 11.00; lOf for 87.00. On orders for 200 blanks
(814.00) and upwards, a discount of 25 per cent,
will be allowed. Postage paid on all orders by
mail.
AUO,TBI FOLLOWING BLANKS OS HAND AT 85.00
Put Hundred with same Discount on Orders
fob 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.
Acknowledgment«, " Man and Wife," 83.00 per
hundred; Acknowledgments, "Single," 82.50
per hundred. Twentv-ttve per cent, discount on
orders 200 and upwards.
Address
FISK BROS., Helena. M. T.

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