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Fire.
N»:\v York, February 4.—One of the
largest tires iu New York for a long time
broke out at midnight in the wine vault«
of Strihard A Bros., 11*2 and 11 1 WooMer
street. The tlaaes spread with frightful
rapidity throughout the building, and
owing to the intlaiuahle nature of the con
tents the department was unable to cope
with the tire. The tire gaiued such head
way that the entire tire department of the
lower part of the city was called out.
The six-story iron building, extending
from KW to lit Wooster street and from
97 to 1(15 (ireene street, was owned by
Bernard and Muller. At 1;:W a. m. the
roof of the building tell with a crash, and
shortly afterwards the walls caved, cru-h
ing the adjoining houses. Contiguous to
the turning structure were a numl*er ol
tenements and Captain Mcllonnelly, ot
the -th precinct, cleared the inmates out,
and has now aliout fifty families in the
station house. < »pposite the burning
building was a row of tenements, and the
intense heat cracked their walls.
At 2 o'clock the entire block liounded
by Spring, l'rince. Wooster anti (Ireene
stnets was threatened. The loss at that
time was estimated at #1,500,000.
At 3 a. m. the lire was under control.
The loss at the lowest estimate will be
mote than #1,000,000. The cause of the ,
blaze is said to be due to the improper !
banking of the furnce tire at 112 and 114
Wooster street.
NEW Yokk, February 4.—A lire in the
live story marble building, on Barclay
street and College 1'lace, damaged the
building #50,000. It« occupants will lose
$300,000. The heaviest losers are Major A
Knapp, lithographic and engraving. $1 50,
ooo.
The Frealdeiil*Eleet,
New York, Feb. An interview with
a leading member of the Democratic Na- 1
lional Committee leads to the view that
President-elect Cleveland will certainly
appoint Senator Jonas, of Louisiana, a
member of his cabinet, in deference to the t
wishes of membersof the committee and i
the sentiments expressed in the monster
petitions from all parts of the south.
Among those who called on Governor
('leveland this forenoon were Gov. Car- :
r..ll, of Maryland, Senator Gorman, Mr.
Warner, of Ohio, Roswell P. Flower. Ex- I
.Mayor Cooper, General Siegel, and Isaac
11 Hunier. The latter is the colored ora
tor who advocated Cleveland's claims to
the Presidency on the «tump at the late
election, and Le waiteu on Cleveland to
urge his claim to be Minister to Hayti. '
Senator Gorman tailed to perfect the in- ;
eugural plans.
\% hy Did He Do It »
Bokdkntown, N. J., Feb. 6.—Glenmore
'Brxld, of Burlington, N. J., was arrested
in Philadelphia, and in default of #10,000
bail committed to Moyamensing prison on
the charge of the embezzlement of $130.- j
000 from the president of the Life and
Trust Company of Philadelphia. He was
a leading society man in Burlington. He
belonged to the Presbyterian church and
was a very lilieral and active member of
the Young Mens Christian Association.
He lived in u beautiful cottage He be
longed t< almost every society and bad tine
horses and a carriage, and lived in grand
style. When arrested be had just drawn
#1,250 from the Burlington Bank prépara
tory to a trip to Florida. Todd lived with
his'mother and aunt, who are almost heart
broken on account of the arrest.
.Yllasing Slranirr,
Nkw York, Feb. 0.—There are no
tidings of the steamer Alaska since Janu
ary 24th, when she sailed from her Liver
pool wharf. She was due in New York
Monday last, and many anxious inquiries
are now making concerning her at the
office of the company. To all persons,
. ■ ! the pla, ird r< tiling. "No 1
yet of the Alaska." was pointai out. "It may
lie her machinery has broken down and she
is coming under sail," said the agent to
tue reporter, "but the Servi», which left
Liverpool the same day, only arrival yes
terday after a terrible passage. The Alaska
in August last lient the record by running
here from Liverpool in 6 days IS hours
und 37 minutes. On this trip she has as
passenger Henry George, the writer on
political economy.
Wjomliic'« tiovernorahip.
Washington, Feb. ti,—The entire Iom-a
delegation united in recommending the
President to appoint Gen. Tuttle, of Iowa,
for Governor of Wyoming, to succeed
William Hale, of Iowa, deceased. This
movement in Gen. Tuttle's behalf was in
uugurated without his knowledge, the ob
ject l»eing to give him the first intimation
in the shape of an appointment to the
governorship. The outcome of the move
ment is uncertain, as several other appli
cints have entered the field, and the Presi
dent lias not signified his iuteniion in Hie
matter. _ _
UoUrlfjr to Do A* He Plea*«-».
London, Feb. 6.—It is understood that !
the Cabinet council to-day decided to give ,
Lord Wolseley carte blanche to take any
measures he deems necessary for the rescue
of General Gordon, if alive, and to make
use of such military operations as he may '
consider advisable to regain the ground
lost in the Soudan by the fall of Khartoum. 1
Among the alternatives suggested to Lord
Wolseley are the immediate recapture of |
Khartoum and the employment, if ne» es- !
sary. of the Indian troops to reopen the
Berber route.
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Weaver** Strike.
Ix) well, Mas*., Feb. fi.—Nearly five
hundred employes of the Lowell Manufac- 1
turmg company, chiefly weavers and boys, j
struck against a decrease of 10 per cent, in ;
their wages ami were yesterday ejected
The striker* sav their wages are lower ;
than are paid by other carpet manufac- |
turers in the country and that they cannot i
live at th* reduced wages.
No .ting»* um,**.
New York, Feb. 6 —At a meeting of j
the 21*t district Republican Enrollment
Committee to night the challenge of ex
Oov. Cornell was sustained. When the
ex Governor presented himself for enroll
ment. he refused to answer the question,
• Did you vote for the Republican electoral
ticket?" He said the question was absurd.
He was thereupon challenged.
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Anarchists.
LuPiic, Feb. 0. —On December 22d,
three Anarchists, Rupsch. Reinsdorf, and
Kneohler were sentenced to death for an
attempt to as8»*sinate the Emperor at Nie
derwald. Rupsch's sentence has just been
commuted to penal servitude for life.
Reinsdorf and knechler will be executed
to-morrow at Ilalle.
.Narrow Escape ol the Prince ot 4» ales
Paris, February 4 —The express train
for Cannes, on which the Prince of Wales
a« a passenger, came into collision to-day
at Drigon with a freight train. The Prince
sutfered nothing more than a slight shock.
Nobody killed.
Died.
London, January ti.—The lit. liev. John
Jackson. D. D-, Bishop of lxmdon.is dead.
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Ixiximw, February 3.—After Mrs. Dud
ley '-»(attempt at suicide in July. 1—*4, had
failed, she obtained sureties and was sent
to the House of Dem otion, at Millhank, tor
a time.
Paris, February 3.— The Cabinet agreed
to • onsider on Thursday the proposal ot
Tony Revillon—to grant twenty-five mil
lion francs, to l»e divided amoag the unem
ployed working people of the various towns
of Fiance.
Vienna, February 3.— Herr Smatka has
written to Itie press stating that the
committee appointed to investigate
the recent trouble in the Beichsrath, which
caused the newspapers to cease publishing
the Parliamentary proceedings, rcjiorted
in favor of censuring Scholnerer. who in
sulted the re|*orters. It has been decided
to grant the reporter's demands and the
tronhle is now ende»l.
(•as Explosion.
Pittsburg. February 3.—By the explo
sion of natural gas to-night Mrs. Sarah
Faukuch was quite ser-onslv burned and
her residence, South flth street, almost
shaken from the loumlation. She had just
gone into the cellar with a lighted lamp
when theexplosioa occurred. The concus
sion shook all the houses ,in the vicinity
and was heard several blocks away. The
citizens of the 15th and 17th wards met
to-ng;ht and decided to bring legal pro
ceedings to-morrow against the Pennsyl
vania Fuel and Gas Company to compel
them to remove their defective pipes at
once.
I ailure ot Leounril A Co.
Boston*, February 3.—The liabilities of
Leonard A: Co. are in the neighborhood of
a quarter of a million dollars, a large pro
portion Wing contingent indebtedness.
The assets are said to lie largely in excess
of the liabilities. Crocker t Brown, tan
ners of Salem, are somewhat involved in
the embarrassment. The failure is attri
buted to dullness of business and a lack of
accommodation from the banks.
Fast Freight Line.
Omaha,F ebruary 4.—The Union Pacific
and Central Pacific have agreed to estab
lish a fast freight line system l»etween San
Francisco anti Chicago, via Omaha. One
thousand air brake ears have !>een ordered
by March 1. Through transportation will
be reduced to » days.
Ilritlsh Cabinet Council.
London, February fi!—The cabinet coun
cil ailjourned after a session of three am! a
quarter hours.
Ten thousand British troops at stations
in the Mediterranean available for service
the Soudan, have been ordered to prepare
for active service.
L«>rd lintterin Shot.
Ottawa, February 5.—It was rumored
in the lobbies to-uight that the Governor j
General had received a dispatch from the ;
colonial oilice of the shooting ot Lord
Dufi'erin in India. There is great uneasi- (
ness and anxiety everwhere.
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Oregon Senator.
Portland, Oregon. February 3.—In the |
Senatorial ballot to-day the Democrats
voted for J. K. Kellr. Hirsch received 23
votes, a gain of one : Hare, 9; Hill, 7;
Failing, 4 : Kelsey, 4 ; Williams, 3. The
remainder were scattering.
Cleveland in New York.
New York, February 4.— President-elect i
Cleveland, accompanied by Col. I.amont |
arrive«! to-night.
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Thurman for the ( ahmet.
New York, February 5.—The State
Executi ve Committee of the Anti-Monojioly
League, passed a resolution to-night recom
mending ex-Senator Thurman as a mem
lier of President Cleveland's » abinet.
Noted Marriage.
Boston, February 4.—Mr. John B.
Schoefl'el and Mrs. Agnes Booth were mar
ried this evening. Mrs. Schofiel will not
retire from the stage.
Kailroad Earnings.
Denver, February 3.—The approximate
gross earnings of the Denver & Hio Grande
Railway for January is$.'590,400, exclusive
of the Utah earuings.
The Week'» Failure*.
New York, February«.—The number
of failures the juwt week were 34«, as
against 354 the previous week and 411 the
week proceeding.
Hank Statement.
New York, February 7.—The bank
statement shows a reserve increase of $1,
114,000; the hanks now bold $54,9**5,(HIU
in excess of the legal requirements.
Katie*.
Having miM our plan.ng mill to Menus Ketch
util. /.H-tro» A Co., wi- have discontinued that
I »rauch ol our iHisine»«. W<- desire to thank our
customers for their patronage in the past. anil
recommend t«> their favor our wrenaon, Me»*r«.
Kctchuui. Zaslrow A Cu . who will continue the
business at the ol»l stund
dlwawJMèM A M. HOLTER A BKO.
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or HELERA.
ORGANIZED IN' IMS.
Designated Depository of the United
States.
Pald-I I» ('»pit«............................ *500.000
Nor pin* and F roM la. ........... *50,000
8. T HAUSER, President,
A. J. DAVIS, Vice-President.
W. KNIGHT, Cashier.
T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT. Aas I Cashier.
Hoard of Director«
8. T. HAUSER JOHN C. CURTIN,
A. M HOLTER, R. ». HAMILTON.
JNO. H MING. C. P. HIGGINS.
E. W. KNIGHT. A. J. DAVIS.
T.H KLEINSCHMIDT. HENRY M PÄRCHEN
T. C. POWER.
AMwrlBKd Banks :
FIRST NATIONAL, - Fort Benton, Montana.
MISSOULA NATIONAL, - Missoula, Montsns.
FIRST NATIONAL. • • Butte, Montsns.
General BANKING Business Transacted.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
TERMSOF^COURT
In Supreme Court. Jsiiusrv term. IS&V. Ordered
that terms of the District Courts he held at the
following times and places until the further
order of nai<l court :
FIRST DISTRICT.
Dawson county, at Glendire—Second Monday
in M»)' ; F irst Monday in December.
Custer county, at Miles City—Second Monday
in February ; nrst Tuesday in Septemlier.
Yellowstone county, at Billings—Fourth Mon
day In May ; fourth Monday iu Novmlier.
Gallatin county, at Bowman—Fourth Monday
in March ; Third Monday In October.
Madison county, at Virginia City—Fourth Mon
day i:t April; lint Monday in October.
SECOND DISTRICT.
Stiver Bow County, at Butts City—Third Mon
day in September; Second Monday in March.
Beaverhead county, at Dillon—Second Monday
of Aprii : Second Monday of Octol»er.
Missoula County, at Missoula City—Fourth
Monday «if June; Setond Monds v of November.
Daer Lodge Oaunty, at Deer Lodge City—First
Monday of May ; First Monday of December.
THIRD DISTRICT.
I^wls and Clarke count>. at Helena—First
Monday of March; First Monday of November.
JeRcrson County, at Boulder City—Third
Monday of October; First Mondav of May.
Meagher County, at White Sulphur Springs—
First Tuesday of April ; Third Momlay of Sep
tember.
Cholcau County, at Fort Benton—Third Tues
day in April ; First Tuesday in October.
D. S. WADE. Chief Justice.
WM. J. GALBRAITH, Asso. Justice.
JOHN COBURN. A-so. Justice.
A true copv .»f the record.
Attest: I. R. ALDEN. Clerk.
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This powder never vartee A marvel of purity
stroogtii and wholeeomeneaa. More economical
than the ordinary kuids. and cannot he sold in
competition with the multitude of low test, abort
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in
sons. Royal Baus« PownnOo New York.
(uticirra
THE ONLY REMEDIES FOR THE
SKIN AND BLOuD UNIVERS
ALLY COMMENDED.
Win, T. Totten, «'>72 North Tenth direct. Phi la- |
delpliia, rc|»ort* that one of his customers staled
to him incidentally that he was feeling so well i
and had gaiued twenty-seven pounds iu the last
year, all of which he attribut«-»l to a systematic 1
course of the Ci tktra Hesolvkxt, which has
prov«-d effectual when all other reeled les faih-d.
SORES ON NECK
Cba,. 1 »rally, Soru*-rville, Mas«., who refer, to
Dr. J. J. Wood, <iruggi,L«, of that city, «•ertitic, to
a wonderful «-un- «<f running sore* on the neck
which ha<! been trcate»! by h»»,i>ital pby*i< ians
without cure, »uni which yielded completely to
tbc CVtu i iia Rkskub.
CURED BY CUTICURA.
My «kin dinea«**. which resisted »ev< rnl ponn
lar remedies and other r«m»edlc advised by pay- j
sicioii«, ha, oecii cured by your Cl'TtCl BA Rk.wk
i»if>. They »urpa»se«l my most »anguine expec
tations ami rapi«lly «•fT<'ctc«i a cure.
J. l\ ARKNTRCE, Vinoennes, Iml. 1
KNOW ItTvALUE
AH of Tour ( en« rax Rkmeiuhi give vc
»atinfoction. The Ul'TH « ua I «*»ue» ially recom
niend for the di»ea»e» f«»r which it i» nerd. I
know from exjicrietice it* value
Dr. H. J. PRATT. Moi 4* Ho, Wis.
ry good
CUTICURt ABROAD
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Through a home r«-tum«-d Norwegian. 1 have
h arn«,! to know your ft tu i ra. wbidi has in a
short time eur«»i me of an Eczema that my phy- j
»iciau'e medicine could not heal.
UHR HELTZEN, Ik rgcn. Norway.
Agent ii rfor reining.
THE POET POWERS
A feeling «>f grutitud" impel» me to acknowl- j
«»lgc the great merit» of your Ct'TI« t'ttA. aiul 1
cordially recommend it to the public »a a very
valuable r< medy.
H. N. POWERS. Brhlgeport, Coon.
For »ale everywhere. Price CfTtOCKA, the
great Skin «'ure. .Vic. Citutka So*r, an ex
quisite skin B«-*iiti8er, 2.V. CrTtcrzA Rt;«»i.- .
vest, the new Blood Purifier, Si.
Potter Drug an«l fheinirnl t o., Bmton.
i ' I TT IUIRA SO A1*. an ex«iuisite T«»ilet Bath,
"Lai and Nur»«-ry Sanative.
ill of •!>-•
pe p«i a. «iebi 1 i t y . rhe
umatism. fever and
ague, liver «»»ml
plaint, inactivity of
the kidney* und
bladder, «.-onntipa
tion and other or
guide m a 1 a«l ies,
Hostetler's Stom
ach Bitter* Ua tried
remedy, to which
the me.lical broth
erhood have lent
! their pmf«-**i«»nal
sanction, amt whicli
as a tonic, altera
tive and household
specifi«- f< . «tisord
ersof ti e s t omach,
liver and bowels
A»« an ur«l»oim<le<l
, |»>t»ularily.
_ _ For »ale by iArug
gist» and Dealer», to whom apply f«»r Hostetler «
Almanac for 1«*V
BEXjUM-A
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ENGLISH TRAlNINGSCHOOU
BROADWAY..................... HKLKXA, M. T.
Reopened Monday, Septeml»cr 1, 1HM4, and will
oontinue throughout the y«!*r.
A pra« tical school for young men and women.
OM ■■ or su D1
Commcreial.Stcnogn phic. Urcpsrmtory or Eng I
lisli, Pen Art, ami Crayon. Tte same tezt-tKioks
and manner of instruction are used here •* in the
leading BRTAKTeadSTKATTOH < iiiiiterrial Coilegas
tn the I'nitesl States tvruiiif Me«*ion«
from October ta April. PENMANSHIP
and BOOKKEEPING. STENOGRAPHY, a
specialty. Semi for Me* Circular, giving
course of study, rates of tuition, etc. AddrcM
H. T. ENGELHORN, or I p
K. O. KAILmBACK. i Principals,
«t.iw ly-sei»17 Helena. Montana
_ WEIR & POPE,
DRUGGISTS!
OFFER THEIR
CHRISTMAS GOODS
AT LOW DOWN PRICES 1
A Call 1« Solicited.
Preseriylisn« carefully filled. Uay and
Wlffht.
WEIR A POPE - • DRUGGISTS
DR. C. K. COLE.
Office at reaideaee. Grand 81-, Helena,
Office Hours—12 m. to 3 p. m. Telephone, No.
78. __. «Uwtf-eugll
D. L. CARMICHAEL
Phyaieian and Barge s a, Helena, 1. T.
Diseases of the Nose. Throat and Lungs, A
SPECIALTY.
«»fliee—Day and Night—Fred Leman's block.
North Main street.
fonanllatlon Free. daw-.:., ;
TH0MA8 E€KLES,M.D.
HOMOBOPAT HIRT.
Office on ((rand «treat «tawtf-decaß
Partne r W anted.
With from (1,300 to (2.000—a lire man—a
"lustier"—to jolt, me in an out-«loor occupation,
opening up a pleasure resort, with liest hunting,
fishing, etc., in Montana ; no risk, pleasant work,
success am liosilion assured; no "ompetition.
This is "the charne of a lifetime." 1K> not write
for fun, but if you menu business, address
dawlm-janll BOX 172, Fort Benton, M. T
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THE FAIR!
Broadway, Helena.
dewly-oetl
SECOND NATIONAL 6AE
HELENA, «ONT
Does a General Ranking bustiK-m. Sella Foreign
Draft« and Pamage Ticket«. Pay* interest on
Time and Saving Deponits. Collection«
receive prompt and Faithful Attention.
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DIRECTORS:
E. D. Edokrtox. Pres't; D. S. Wank. Vioe-Prea't;
A. E. BrXkEK, ('««bier.
J. B. Hanford, Gboauae Bkecr.
UoKNEi.lf» Heis.es, John Kinsa,
Cham. K. Cole, Ch ri». Kixt x.
fi-I-»3-dowlv
RESTORED
MANHOOD
The rran nthi' Thouiuin'h emnnot get mrr.l »/
SEMINAL WEAKNESS. LOSS OF V.1.V
MOOft. anil the multi/ ahnte, dur, nr ortxrrttrt,
is oirtnj to a rumphratum railed P HOST A T* »/»
RIIEA. DR. LIE MU'S IN TIMOR ATOR ti
the 0.\ L Teure fur PROS TA TOR RUE A. Prier.
F2.00 per package, 6 paring's, fill* I 1 «. Guide to
Health and Self-Analyst sent free. Address LIE
MO DISPENS ART fur Diseases of Men.
4UU Geary St.. San Erannsro. Cal
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MONTANA NATIONAL BANK
OF HELENA.
Organized November v âl882.
('. A. BKO.IDWATKK. - Pre«.Ident
A. U. CLARKE, - - - Tiee-PraMrat
E. HHARPE.........t »abler
(KITED NT ATEN DEPOSITORY.
Paid I p Capital..........
Nurplu« aad Profil«..
•*450.000.
.... 55.000
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DIRECTORS:
8. C. A8HBY. B. F. POTTS.
N. H. WEBSTER. HERMAN GANS.
H. F. GALEN. S. H. CROUN8E.
C. W. CANNON. R. B. HARRISON.
A. H. WILDER.
daw-jan I of St. Paul.
Tl< BmERf»' (îrinE if. iwuiel March
0 and Sept., each year; ÎÎ24 pag«*s, HlxllJ
inches, with over 3»SOO illustratif ins—
• whole picture gallery. Gives wholesale
prices direct to consumert on all good« for
personal or family use.
Tell* how to order, and
give* exact cost of ev
e ry thing jou use, drink,
eat, wear, or have fun
with. These invaluable
htxiks contain information gleaned from
the market j of the worhl. We will mail
a copy Free to ary addrem upon receipt
of the postage—ti cent*. Let us hear
from you. Keapeetfully, j)
MONTGOMERY WARD A CO.
SB7 As a*» Wabak A vc*««, ««-»— j- in
SPOKANE FALLS,
Washington Territory.
Manutaclure know Flak* and I.ow Grade
Flo'ir from *electc«l wheat.
(orrespondunce Solicited.
H. ti. HATERIALE.
<llm.iu.ïm^ico27 Proprietor.
WALTER W. DeLACY,
U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
Opposite Surveyor General's Office.
HELENA, .... MONTANA.
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braaek, {■ «».- miaatra. vtihMI r.*i*. itlMSiarMlaB. or
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Sale of Territorial Warrants.
Tkekitorv ok Montana, ÀrntToR's Orner,
.. "kxxA, Montana, January lutli, 1 N 85 .
_ Not»«"« is hereby given, that on Saturday, the
,tb day of February, A. D.' 1»<3, at 12 o'clock M.,
there will l»c sold at this ofliee to the highest bid
d«*r. f«»r cash, five thousand five hundred dollars,
ifS. 300 ) more or less, of Territorial warrant«, for
expenses of keeping and maintaining the con
victs of this Territory in the penitentiary at Deer
Isidge. for the months of l>eceml«;r, 18M. end
January, 15*5. Bids are invited up to the hour
of sale. J. p. WOOLM AN.
wit-jani*>__Territorial Auditor.
FOR SALE.
Nearly new—23-horse power portable engine
and boiler, of the latest |>attcrn, cheap.
Address H. T. BEX*AN,
wlm-janl.% Livingston, M. T., Box 9.
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Energy. <ke.. it has no equal.
The genuine has above trade mark and
er o*»e<l red lines on wrapper. Take no other.
..... —*r*f shorn chehh al <«l. SALTiHoaa,
REDIXOTOX. WOODARD A CO.. Pori
I Mid. Oregon. Wkelrolr Agent*.
ilsalj aiigl
TUTTS
t?
25 Y EARS IN USE.
The Greatest Medical Triunrh of Lha Aye!
PILLS
TORPÏDÜVER.
S
■ Bmp P P^P HP ■ w m p m ■
Loa« of appel it*. Bowel* cost I ve, Pal* in
the kind, wit* n dull «conation I* the
bark port. Pnin under in* aho*ld*r
blade, Fallne** after eating, with »dis
inclination to exertion of body or mind,
Irritability of temper. Low spirit*, wltb
a feelingaf a living neglected aome da*y,
Wearfnesa, Bizziae**. Flattering at the
Heart. Dot* before the eye*. Headache
aver th* right *Te, Ke*tle*»ne**. with
fltfal dream*. Highly colored I rior, and
CONSTIPATION.
TITTT*« PILLS are esiiecially a«lapte«t
to such case», one «tose effects such a
chan«« 1 of feeling ns to astonish the .sufferer.
They Increase the Appetite .and «»use the
t».»dy to Take on Flesh, l ha« th« *y*t«-m I*
nonrished. and by th» Ir Tonic Action on
th.- Digestive Ornas, Reawlar Stools ore
r»»du»-«-d. Pri<p !è5c. -ti Murr.yM-jbT.
TUTTS HAIR DYE.
Grat H air or Whisker* changed to n
Gu>«*r Black by a single application of
this Dye. It imparts u natural color, act
instantaneously. Sol«l by Druggists, or
sent by expr«*»« on r«*celpt of gl.
Office, 44 Murray St., New Y or*
NO FKE J Fatabliahad 1851. » 186 to.
CHICAGO, ILL. ) Clark St.
The regular old established
Physician and Surgeon DR.
CLAKKE. at the old number
|i Titimirs t > treat with hi« n il
greet skill all privets.
Ichronle, uervnu# and special
|«lis<seses. DR- CLAKKE a
Ith- cldc»! A Ivertising Ph\sn an,
lasSfilc* of Piper* show and all
old Resident* know. Age atd experience Im
portant.
Nervous diseases (vith or without
dresm*,) or «lebllity and loss of nerve power
treated scientifical ly b y new methfsl* with never
failing succès*. 0TU makes no differemx whet
you have uken or who ha* failed to cure yon.
Dr. Clarke at once. &T The terrible poisons of
all bad blood and skin diseases of every kind.
rame and nature completely erailicatrd. "ein em
ber, that OM horrible disea««, il neglect-.v. jr
imprope. ly treated, cam* the present and coming
generations. {3T Diseased dischargea cured
promptly without hindrance to business. Both
sexe* consult confidentially If In troubla,
call or write. Delays ure dangerous. "Proeraati
aation la tha thief of time.'* A written
warranty of cura given tn every cmam
undertaken
fW Send two stamps for calibrated wer ha
on Chronic. Nervous and Delicate Diseases. You
have an exhaustive symptomatology by
which to study your «wra cncca. Consultation,
personally or Dv letter, free. Consult the 014
Usetor Tboaaands enrad. Oflfeac and
parlors prtvats. You see no one but the Doctor.
Be fore confiding vour case consult Dr .CLARKE.
A inend 1 y letter or call may save future suffering
•ad shanw, and add golden years to life. Medicines
rre secure from expsmrs.—Hours,
i toil. Address; |
•eat everywhere s
ft to 8 j t
€ ET THE BEST !
x
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
Every Style & Price.
Guaraifiteed Uncqunled
FOR
OPERATION.
ECONOMY.
DURABILITY and
WORKMANSHIP.
I mpro ve m ents asd Conveniez? is
no others.
Always Balia -j'F.
POPULAR iVERYWHL^*.. l
.'er Skiff Ir Ewwry City on«l Tow»
is the United Zlsktoo.
And ky Clark. C onrad 4 4 artlu, Hcl
ML Naff tana.
w«owly<spN
F ERRjfS

DS
TffALLt
wi
Will hs mailed NNNN
to ail applicant* Y 11
and to customer* or last "ear .. ___
ordering it. It cootaina Illustrât ions, price s,
descriptions and directions for planting all
Vegetable and Flower SRROff, BULBS; etc.
D.M. FERRY iCa"® 1
w!3t-decll
THE UNION
WAREHOUSE COMPANY
Organised unde« the Uw« of Montana, i* now
doing business in the warehou«e reeently erected
by Kleinschmidt A Brn«, at the track of the
Northern Pacific Kailroa.l near the HELENA
DEPOT, and t* prepared to quo!»- all kind, of
HEAVY OR«H'ERIK.» and PROVISIONS; also
FLOUR. FEED, H AY. DATS. CHOPPED FEED
BRAN and SHORTS. SALT. SAILS. LIME.
CEMENT. BARB WIRF.. CORDWOOD. FEN« F ,
I*OLKS. an«) all Mspfes u-ually shipped in «-at '
» Ia»we«t quotations on car lot«. » or jobbing j
Iota.
'lupntitie* will la* gi\ cn on «ipplicatiun. Com
munications -hou M U- addressed "Union W*rc
Uou*e Co., P. O. Bo« 216." i.r lcr, left at the
Granite Block Telephon«* 26 will l>e promptly at
tended to. No charge« for dra> .«ge will b.* made
on gool* ordere« I to l>c shipi»eil by rail. Cou
sign meats on car l«»t« of all kind« of produce
solicited. Receiving, storing unit fsrwvnlmg
wiii have our car. fui attention.
Address Union Warehouse Co.. P. 0? Box
216. or Telephone No. 26.
THEO. IT K II KEN. Manger,
JOHN R DREE. mitt. Carroll
JOHN II, DREW A CO
Succsor« to ami Proprietor* «>f the
»ILLEN
BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Sip of the Big Boot !
MAIN STREET. - - - HELENA.
Carnes, constantly, a very large stork of the
l»-«t Boots mid Shoe», for the wholesale amt re
tail trade. S|»ccihI attention g-ven t«> or«ters l»y
mail, . nd satisfiu-tion guaranteed. The «„ntin
ue«i lilieral patronage of friends all over Montana
l-respectfuliv *o!i< ite»l <B I'- p -
HEW STORE !_NEW GOODS!
DAVE G0LDBEBG,
The rustling Clothier «if early days, lias re
turned to Helena aud opened a splendid stock of
General Mercdamlise, in Hotter'» HI, «U. Ixiwer
Main street, when- he will sell at la,l-r«s'k pri«,-*.
CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Hat» ami ( 'aps. Boot* and Shoes, Pistols. Guns.
Ammunition and Notions. Also. Imported ami
Domestic Cigar», nnd Fîne Chewing ami Snook
ing ToWfis. 1 |»r»»|K>—■ to sell at a small profit.
My motto is, "Live and 1s t Live.' I a»k my oUi
friends throughout Montana to cull on me when
thev come to Helena.
U t\ me? DiVK (iOUIBKRV.
A. H. HOLTER & BRO,
DEALERS IN
HARDWARE
_
: Brass Goods and Pipe Fittings, Battery
screen, S.eel Wheelbarrows, Iron,
Steel, Pipe and Heavy Hard
ware.
Mechanics Tools.
Mill Supplies.
Belting.
Disston s Celebrated Circular Saws
and Rival Steam Boiler Feed Pumps.
Agents for Atlas Engines and Boilers,
and Leffel Doable Turbine Water
Wheels. Catalogues Furn
ished on Application.
Luma
ALSO MANUFACTURER« OF
Lath. Shingles. Säst Deers. Store
Fronts. Etc.
wly.fcl.2K
SODA WATER,
Mineral Water. Sparkling Wine*.
CARBONATED BEVERAGES,
Apparatus Material* and A«vn«orin for Manu
facturing, Dispensing and Bottling, with full in
structions.
CATAUOGrm »K3ST ojf APPLI« ATIO.V.
THE FIRM OF JOHN MATTHEWS.
First Avenue. 26th and 27th streets. New York.
w6m-ti.»vl; _
I «ABT AGENTS TO SELL
THE
MISSOURI
STEAM
Washer
To Men and Women of
HARRIS'
I ___character aad intelll
Iteace wanting an ageno'.I will afford a lilieral chance
to UsMt befere paying for it, rod retnrn It at or ex
penwt If not «atisfactory. It It the greut laoor, clotb
Ing and soap saver. A thousand per cent, the best
VVusher in the world, and pays capsMe Agents big
Boner. No boys or unreliable persons need apply.
Write for llla-frated circular*. tSinwi. WORTH,
•teal Agt. Ike IA 1710 Fraakita A«r.*L LmIs, Me.
RUPTURE
PAbsolut»:.» Cur-I n 30 to po Dsv*
Fy Dr P.rrcc • I .« Msqaeiic Elssiic
Trass; WaraTd ONLY Ecrirai« Taras
» in world. Entire v (liffrn-nt from ali uthrrs
Perfect Ketainer i worn with emw and comfort
night SDdday. Cure»! the famou. Dr.J. Nimmt
m * ofN.Y. and hundred,Others, lllua. pamp-ffes
irtfiEufTtoTRtiss Caiumainsm it Chicago.
VIGOROUS HEALTH °.MEN
iNERVOOSOEBIUTY
IOkoanicWkaxnksb
J llecHj .and numerous
JoWuredi-H««»-*. t»*f.
Jflina the skilled i»hy
VsiciMn«, result from
fyoathful indiscretion,
too free indulgenre. or
r o»er brain work. AroiA
I tlie imposition ot prrtrn*
tiou. rrmruies for them
trouble. (Vet our Free
Cucul.rsnd Trial Psrk
sg-.stid len Importent
fact» before taking trvst
___ rtarwhere. Take s
SURE Kku» i»v that HAS
Cl'KEI) t'loumid*. does
not interfere with Stten.
tion to bu.ineM, or rsuM
pain or inconvenience in
any way. Founded on
acientiffc medical princi
ple. B> directsrpiicstion
to the .eat of aura.« its
specific influence Ir fell
without delay. Tliesst
|nrsl function.of thr hu
man organ inn It rertored.
The animating elements
of lib, which hare been
waned are g Iren bark .and
p«< «en I become, c heer
and rapidlT gains b-.tlt
Krength aud sexual rigur.
i
i
A Radical Cure for'
KERVOUS
DEBILITY.
Orranic YukoessJ
£ PHYSICAL I
F DECAY,
InVo une^^H Mdl
Tested for over Six
Years by use in many
Thou sand Cas e3.
ff
TREATMENT.
On* Month, • $3
Two Months. - ~
Throe Months,
HARRIS REMEDY CO.. M nCminm
306M M. Tsnth et^JBT LOUI», MO.
VARICOCELE RUPTURf
wly-«iovl i
IKf SiNQCÉ A CONARD C0>S
BKALTIFl'L KVEH.BLGO.HlX*
TRIAL
. all lois* led. fur
». ; »aieiyc» man at ail I
Varieilc«», *-» r «■a»»»»-,, all__________
Bit 12 fur 35 for »5 1 lOOfur «12. Also
omvypES 2,3,4100581
s j^"jügTovälöaTid for oar Ne w Guide, 19 pp
elerontly illaa. and Chcswe fruro .»», r 500 tinea« sortji
TI| F PIN'GEF A CONAKO < 0.,
ILau terawan. \% e*t Grwve, l best « r C o., PÜ
w6m-oct3I
,
'
j
NO GOODS
Our entire stock of Clothing,
Cento Furnishing Goods,
Bootsand Shoes, Hats
and Caps, etc., is
offered at
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All OUF ^OOdS llRV6 [email protected]
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 st °ck.
-
WE HAVE NO CLEARANCE SALE—NO OLD
OR SHELF-WORN GOODS TO OFFER
We will sell you New Goods, in New
Styles, for less than any house pretending
to sell yc» gci is a*, jour »n price We
nave only one price for all and guaiautee
the same to be lower thun any house iu
Montana is offering the same goods for.
We »itnll he plcnsed to he«e yon call
and examine our gond» au«l prie«'« be
fore p irchaaing el«ealiere.
li
t
DON'T SHOOT !
But if yon do. «ave money by baying
the beat good* at the
HELENA ARMORY!
SPCCIALTir.S:
Sliarpcs. Winchester.
M a r i i ti and Ballard
Rifle* Parker, Colt's
and Remington Itiwvti
and Muzzle I-oading
Shot Gun*; Mcrvin A
Hulhcrt, Colt'» and S. A
V". Kt>% olven
Wholesale and retail dealer in Arms, Ammuni
tion, Tobacco*, Uigurs, Fruits, notions, etc.
dly-ianl M NLVRRMAX.
ATT1T> r X"IC>> !
Farmers a nd G ardeners.
If you want tried and reliatile
GARDEN SEEDS,
Go or send to H. M. PARUHKN A CO., leading
druggists. Helena, Montana, und buy
I.andreth'a.
They bare been t r ici with unvarying success
for eighteen years in Montana. Guarant<-«-d
Freak and true to naute. Put up in scah-d
liackag«-«. with ilirections for culture, and-oid
at strictly grower* ratalogac price*. Price
List and Lan«ireth's illustrutrel catalogue and
almanac furnished on application. Extra clean
! and fresh Timothy and Red Top Clover.
Hungarian, Millet and Blue (trass, in quantities
at priées defj-ing competition. Vick** Flower
i »««-da in great variety.
H. M. PÄRCHEN X (0.
Intcrnallonal HoG'l. Corner Main nntl
Bridge «Irrel«. Helena. W. T.
I Table the best In the city. Transient rates, f- to
j f3 per «lay, according to location of rooms. Daily
j arrival and departures from this hotel of all the
! United States Mail coaches. My p rices arc not as
i low as some of the ws-ond-cla.«» hotels, but are
reasonable, and knowing my ability to please the
first-class trade. I guarantee satisfaction to all.
i Will be pleamsl to see the traveling public in
general.
wly-ianl2 MAX SK IX) WER.
L K. PRENCOTT. Helena. Montana,
s DEALER IN
MARBLE!
LEGALBLANKS
For tb« use of Lawyers, Justices of
the Peace, Conveyancer*, Survey
ors, Agents, Owners and Les
sors of Beal Estate, Ac.
THE HERALD has in Stock the following
blanks. They are neatly printed, with red ruling
for a border. The forms have been carefully pre
pared by a lawyer, are in conformity wth the
statutes of the Territory', and are applicable to
any county in Montana :
D1NTR1CT COURT BLANKN.Affidavit for
Attachment; Undertaking on Attachment ; Writ
of Attachmreit; Notice Ap(»eal. Undertaking on
Appeal Affidavit for Publication of Mumm<»nq;
Order for Publication of Summons, Affidavit,
Order and Notice for Examination of Witpesacs;
Undertaking on Claim and Delivery of Personal
Property; Execution ; Deposition ; iihvrifi"« »ale;
Hummons.
GENERAL BLANK*. - Droid-Warranty :
Deed-Bargain and Hale; Deed «^uit Claim - Deed
—Mining Claim ; Notice of Locatl .„^. ,,.^ ÿ . A '_.
£ lirotion for Patent ; CtTuncate of Infs rjH»r«tioii;
lortgaw«; v aattSl Mortgage; Aasignmcnt of
Mortgage ; Power of Attorney ; Leaae ; Bond ;
Bill* of »ale.
**IUüEÇF AP0VE BLANK»—10 eti. each ; 12
for ii.OÔ; luù for f^ W. On orders for JOü blank«
(fH.Ooi and upwards, a «llacount of 2S |>er cent,
will be allowed. Postage paid on all orders by
mall. .,
AlAO.TRE FOLLOW ISO Bl A«tR« OS HAS!) ÀT fü.lAe
Pr.R Ill'M>KKl> WITH »ANK DlStWST OR ORbEB*
foe ano :
FOR J « »TICE COURT.—Writ of Attach
ment; Undertaking on Attacbment ; Affidavit for
Attachment; Hum mon» ; Hummons for Juror;
»ubpvna; Bounty Certificates wild animals.)
For UINTRhT COURT.— Bum mon« for
Juror; Hubpcena.
Ackr.ow'edgments, " Mnu and Wife," £5.00 per
hundred; Acknowledgments, "single," f2.5u
per hundred. Twenty-Ove percent, discount on
orders 200 and upwards.
Address FISK BRO»., Helena. M. T.

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