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THK re, * U ®" of »inn'aad aod Ku»i a
*rr nrvediagly delicate, or in diplomat
•»lira*', »trained. It ia all about tl "
l.u—'i.D« in Al^h.nint.o, wfl
«•uce of
not think
t«e
that
t-nglau«! ever cares to ex
her conquests and i-wsession» I*. Vond
thr pn-aent limits of India, but the anxiety
comes from the fact that there are pa***
in the great mountain wail that girts
mother India through which the conquer
or- of India have always heretofore come.
H * r ' 1S th f ^«»e sensitiveness about bav
in* Kami* for next neightwr in India as
there is alwMit having France as a closer
nnghbor with a channel tunnel. The
(in man l.iuperor seems considerably exer
ci—i at the situation, and is making direct
■ I... " -
I"'....... appMto to liotb to beep the peat-t.
light the relations of
It reveals in a new
the Uuropsaa powers. • With all their
preparations fur war and apparent confi
d. tit c in their armies, navies and weajKios
tin ie is back ol all a still greater fear of
|n."il»le consequences. All are in per
is tual and mortal dread that some more
destructive engine of war may appear on
the field without warning that may turn
th* scale against them, that may neutralize
and l niler valueless all present defenses.
Si they rather liear the ills they have than
fl> to others they know not of.
J : would seem to a casual observer that
Ku.saia was in no |>ossihIe condition to en
gage in a war, with such au enormous
debt, such widespread discontent among
its uw a people, and with such a lack of
-killed lalsir and modern machinery to
manufacture war material. The Kmperor
of itoasia may act upon the theory ihat a
foreign war may restore his popularity;
that it will serve as an outlet to the un
eaey spirits now plotting treason aud revo
Intion within the lsiuuds of his empire.
J.uneia is a vast interior country, even bet
ter -ituated than the United States to
withstand foreign invasion. Napoleon's
invasion of llussia did more to complete
his overthrow than all other causes com
bined It may lie the grand ambition of
Kumia to consolidate the people of the
north and interior of Asia and use them as
they have often lieen used before to con
qaor Kurope and southern Asia. It will
never succeed, aud yet in this direction
there seems the least resistance and most
promise of success The ruld of the world
no longer depends on muscle and personal
j.rowetM iu hand to hand eu:*ounters. Mind
m master of something more destructive
than muscle.
BelfoRD, of Colorado, in a recent tem
perance speech in the House, says the pro
hibitionists and even the license men are
working on a wrong scent : that the proper
and sensible thing is to prevent the adul
teration of liquors so that a man could
drink when he was dry without commit
ting suicide and murder afterwards. He
aunoutu-ed himselt in favor of making it
a felony to adulterate liquors intended to
I* drank. The coyote does nut rank
among the most intelligent of animals, and
yet it is said he is too smart to eat
poisoned meat. They do not ask legisla
ture* to make it a felony to put out
poisoned liait. TLey let it alone. Hut
poor man, with his uohle endowment of
reason, so sujicrior to instinct, seems in
rapahle of grasping the idea that he could
keep from tieiug poisoned by letting liquor
glone.
THERE i* hot blood in Manitoba, and the
talk of the malcouteutn is for secession from
the confederation, and for changing Mani
tolw into a crown colony: The Winuipeg
S*m insists that Manitoba shall not lie the
aeri of |M»liticiaus or aeeept an administra
tive platform prepared a thousand miles
away, ami it gives the Federal Ministry to
umlcrstand that the people will not per
manently accept a position inferior to that
«>f other Canadians. Tbs
nitration is charged with "setting up an au
dacious claim to a proprietary ownership
of the country by purchase." and Mr. Xor
quay is condemned for promoting the es
tablishment of a commission nominated
by the Ottawa Ministry, instead of secur
ing a regular provincial government, rep
resenting the people of Manitoba. There
m a very breezy condition of afi'airs in
Maaitoha._
An exchange says: "Herr Most, the
German Socialist, is in Ohio punishing beer
aud preaching communism. Ohio is catch
ing it all around this year."
AX impôt taut step toward abolishing
the practice of pistol-carrying, a Galves
ton jiajier suggests that the pistol {«ocket
should he prohibiteii by law .
Fusion is to hu\e a new fountain in the
Lack Fay l'ark to commemorate the dis
i-overy of America by the Norsemen who
crossed the Atlantic "dJD years before Co
lumbus. _
It is said that Joseph Kichardson, of St.
Faul, hut known to everyliody as "Uncle
Joe," who never wore an overcoat or a suit
of clothes worth more than $ 1 U, is the jws
sessoi of ÿt>,OUO,OOU.
It is reported that .Sharon has procured
the ptimage by the California Legislature
of amendments to the civil cotie that will
relieve him from the payment of alimony
to Sarah Althea, as ordered by the court.
A \ KEY rich old latly went to hear Mr.
Moody in Washington. She was so
pleased with him that when she went
home -he changed her will and provided
that $ 10,000 should be given to him upon
her death. .
Mr. J. Tom Scott, of Greensboro, Ga.,
has a gun which was once the property of
the Duke of Gloucester, and was carried
throi gh the American revolution. It was
picked up after the surrender of Cornwal
lis at Yorktown in lT-vl. and has been pre
served as an interesting relie.
The Gaines will case in New Orleans
has taken a new turn. Judge Douglas, an
expert, gives his opinion that the will of
January -th was a skilllully executed for
gery, the handwriting of Mrs. Guines
lieiug imitated with great precision, but
showing on close scrutiny some false ilis
crepancies.
Ottawa admin
t... .
,* .eport that Barrio* has pr<* laitue«!
* ( *' ,ltraI American Confedt ration with
«"*' f « "-a. may possibly concern
more than appears on the face Cen
tral America includes Nicaragua, with
which we have an important jiendiug
treaty, negotiated on the basis that it was
an independent State. If the announce
ment signifies that Nicaragua is no longer
a sovereign State with power to conclude
treaties, it leaves us in an awkward pre
dicauient that is something more than
simply embarrassing. Perhaps the new
government may l»e fully ready to carry
out all the arrangements of the old one. It
may Is* true also that this new Confedei
i exists only in the imagination of
Barri.», a ,hi
img in jioasc an<l not «» <**•. It
is pretty ticklish hnsines.- to deal with
these little Spanish-American States. They
tlit across the hack-ground of history
like shailows and are aiiout as sulistantial.
^ et we must not judge them harshly or
treat them unkindly and selfishly, (iood
associations, encouragement, with a few or
ganizers and leaders which will readily lie
volunteered by our citizens ol roving and
restless energy, will intime build upstrong
and reaPy free and prosperous States.
The committee to decide upon a suitable
memorial to < General Gordon have decided
upon a hospital to lie located at Port Said,
and to tie open to tue ]>eople of all nations.
As an object of private donations it is
pcrha(is lietter than the proposed "<.onion
Free State, " but one need not preclude the
other. It is peculiarly appropriate that
there should he a large hospital at Port
Said, at the entrance of the Suez canal,
where not only the commerce of the Medi
terranean centers, hut where passes the
incrcasiug tide of commerce between
Kurope and Asia. It is on the route
that Asiatic cholera will most naturally fol
low. and where the sick aud infected of all
vessels passing either way might be left to
recover and be takeu up on return voyagea.
The movement thus lieguu iu England
should receive aid from all nations. In
the same way, if the Panama aud Nica
ragua canals are completed, there will lie
the same necessity for hospitals there.
How small a portion of the msney that is
spent ou armies and armaments might
cover the world with hospitals and schools
of every sort._
The visit of Prince Napoleon and his
son to Pome calls attention to the fact that
the city is now the headquarters of the
Bonaparte family. Living there are Cardi
nal Napoleon, Prince Charles Bonaparte,
and the Cardinal's four sisters. King
Humliert has set his heart on effecting a
reconciliation lietween Plon-Plon and his
wife. _
Major A. K. ARNOLD, ot the Sixth Cav
alry. located at Fort Fuyard. New Mexico,
informs the War Department that he has
by three months' training succeeded in
drilling the company horses to lie down, by
the rider merely tikimr hold of the left
tue r.aer imreijiakiDj; nota 01 the
leg. It will enable a troop of horsemen to
protect themselves greatly in cases of at
tack.
«
The Supreme Court ot California has
further come to the aid of Sharon in order
ing that no alimony or counsel fees be
paid Miss Hill until the parties have ap
peared before that court. While there can
be little sympathy for Sharon there is still
less for the adventure** in this case. It
has liet-n a most scandalous and tiemoral
izing atfair in every respect.
From the lbth annual report of the
Superintemlent of Public Instruction of
Nebraska, we learn that the State has
aiiout three million acres of school laml
aiiout one-third of which is leased. If all
could lie sohl at the price limited in the
constitution. $7 tier acre, the permanent
! school fund would reach the sum of $*J0,
(100,0110. Nearly £(,000,000 worth of land
has tieen sold on time at the minimum
price, which draws t> per cent interest. Of
the 3.353 84-hool houses in the State 338 are
of sod, showing the scarcity of building
materials in some sections. Nebraska
4 hums with just pride to have the small
est jien entage of illiteracy of any of the
States.
A A.
Cheity Pectoral.
No other complaint* are so imndiotu In their
attack as those affecting the throat and lungs:
none so trifl«*l vrith by the majority of suffer
ers. The ordinary cough or coid, resulting
perhaps from a trifling or unconscious ex
posure, is often but tho beg-ntiing of a fatal
sickness. AVer's Cbkuev Pectoral has
well proven its efficacy in a forr- years' fight
with throat and lung diseases, and should be
taken in all cases without delay.
A Teeei hie Cough Cured.
44 In 1WÏ7 ! took a s« vcre «old, which affected
my lung». I ha«l a terrible cough, and passed
night after night without sle-p. The «ic«?tors
gave me up. I tried Ayer's Cherry Rec
toral, which relievt-l my lungs, induce«!
sleep, and afforded mo the re»t necessary
for the recovery of mr strength. By thii
cent min'd use of the RECTORAL a j<erma
nent cure was etfc«-te«|. I uni now tü years
old, hale anil hearty, and am salisfiuil yuur
Cueukv Rectoral »lived me.
Hob ace Fairbbotbsb. 4 *
Rockingham, Yt., duly 15, 1»«2.
Croup.— A Mother's Tribut».
'•While in the < 'Untry last »irter mv little
boy. thr«*e year» oUl, «« taken ill with croup;
It seemed as if he would «lie from strangu
lation. one of the family suggesteit the us«
of AVer's Cherry Rectoral, a bottle of
which was always kept in the house. This
was tried in small and frequent doaes, and
to our delight in less than half an hour th«
little I ■ nfMdty. The doc
tor sai l that tho Oil KEY RECTORAL had
save«l mv «larling's life. Can you wonder at
t»ur gratitude'.* Sincerely your»,
M h ». I : vi jm a CttnvfFY.' 4
153 West l.»th St., New York, May 16, 1862,
44 1 have n«o<! Avru'a Ciiehrv Rectoral
tn iny family for several years, and «io not
hesitate to pronounce it the most effectual
renu'dy lor coughs ami olds we have ever
tried. ' A. «I. « rase.' 4
Lake Crystal, Minn., March 13, lst>2.
*'Isuff"re«l for«igli? yean from Bronchitis,
End after trying main r« in«..:. » with no suc
cess, I was cared by tin use ol AV v R's ( h r u
KV RE« TOHAU " .losri ll Waluex.' 4 '
liyhaLa, Miss., April 5, 1--J.
4, I cannot say eBon-h in praise of Arm's
CltEKRY I'E' TtlRAl., l*e ••'ll. g RJ I llo that
but for its !«••• I should loag -inec have died
from lung tr.'Uble* E. Rkaoik»'.' 4
RaicStiue, Texas, April 22, 1--2.
' N » case «f an afTectloa of the throat or
lung* c.tisU wh:c' ennrot he greatly relieved
by the use of Arm's Cnr. r.Y Pectoral,
and it w,!l ni nor» enrr when the disease *
tj! air». . I ,', tier BtrJi: lurdi ciae.
rcrraRED r?
Dr.J.C. Av crû. Co., Lowell, Mast.
THE Spanish budget shows an annual
deficit of from fifteen to eighteen million
dollars. In such a situation there will
soon come an opportunity of acquiring
Cuba, for the point has l>een reached and
passed when Spain cau squeeze enough out
of the Island in addition to the debt I»ur
den settled upon it. to meet expenses.
There will soon be a forced sale of the
equity of redemption, aud the United
Mates will always he ready to take it at a
lair price. Cuba ha- an area about the
same as New York and we presume some
part of it is public domain which might be
sold to reimburse what we should pay tor
the Islaud but the transfer would mainly
avail the owners of laud aud we should
have to look for indirect returns.
ROYAL
*AKIMG
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholesomeness. More economtoal
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
com petition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders Sold only ia
ran» Koval Baxiso Powdr» «'<> New York.
ECZEMA ~~
And every species of Itching
and Burning Diseases
Positively Cured.
INfZKMA. or Suit Rheum, with its agonizing
I a itching and burning, instantly relieved by a
warm Ixtth with Cl'Ttct ka Ho at. and a sing le ap
plication of CCTICIR v. the great Skin ('lire. This
mpi ited daily, with two <>r three doses of Ci ri
• 8 —iUII Ik N< « Blood Pmite, to
keep the blood cool, the perspiration pure and
unirritating, the Isiwel- <«|>en, the liver and kid
neys a-tive, will speedily eure Kcsmna, Tetter.
Ringworm, Psoriasis. Lichen Pruritus. Scaled
Head, Dandruff, and every species of Itching,
Scaly, ami Dimply Humor- of t.ie Scalp and Skin,
when the l»e»t idiysiciuns and til known reme
dies fail.
III Ni-DoniiId. Ä42 Dmrtioni -tn et, Chi
eago. gratefully n<-know ledge- a cure of K«-zenia
or Stilt Rheum on hesil. un-k, fsce. arms, ami
leg- for -eventeen year» ; not able to walk except
on blind» mid knee» for one year, not aide to
help hiin-elf for eight years: tried liuiulmi-of
remrtlie». doctor- pronounced hi» nw hopeless;
pennsnently cuwl by CtTKTil Rbnh vest.
I Mood purifier. I internally, mid Ct TKTRA mnl
Crrict ka Soap the great skin cures> exteraslly.
4'hna. Houghton, Kst«., lawyer. State
-trect, lh--ton. report» a nine of Kcxems under
i obaervation for ten year», which covered the I
| patient's body rndllmJw, and to which sll known
ii)4'lli<Mia c.f treatment liitd l«4t-n up|>li«-«i without
Ivurlit, » hu h was completely cunst solely t.v
the CrnccBA Rem tau ra, leaving a cleMit and
heul thy akin.
t\ H. Drake, K-t|., Detroit. Mich., stiff«'red
untold tortures trout Eczema, » hi. li >tp|x-are<l ou
hi» hand», head and face, and nearly de»tro>«*«l
In- eye*. After the Ino-t «.«refill doetortllK i*n«l a
4-ouKtiltatlon of phyai. tana fatltsl to relieve hint,
he tt««»l the Cent t «t Kemei.iks an«I n t« cureti.
a.ul lut» remain««! -«> to date.
Mr. John Thiel. Wtlkt-'lu re, I*a . write*;
"I hade suffered from Sait Rhet in for over eight
years, at time» »o had that 1 eoilld not allen«! to i
my bttaineaa for wceks at u time. Thr»-e laixe» of
Cl tu CRA and four i«»t;ie» Rixuvksi have en- I
tirely eure«l m«- of tlii» «Irea«!ful di»ea»e '
Sold by all druggi-t* I'ritre : CtTK I K t. 5tx-la . j
Rhilvkxt. tl Sovr. Seta.; Hotter Dut «. am> ;
Chemii At. Co., Boston. Ma»».
Mend lor "lion to Care Mkin DNeaxea."
/ 'ITTICl'RA SOAR, an ex«|iiisite Toilet ILttli.
" t- ■ « and Nur-ery JSaaalive.
The fittest »ulijerl«
for fever and ague,
land remittent», are
.the del'! 11tateil. hil
lioii» and nervous.
To such persona.
Hostetler's stoni
a< h Bitter* affords
ude«|uate protection
hy increasing vital
stamina and the re
sistant power of th«
conatitiition, aud hy
eh«* king irregular
: itiea of the liver,
»toina« li and l»>w
ei». Moreover, it
era.li.-ate» malarial
complMUite of an
I oh-tiinite type, and
stands atom- un
| eriualle«i among our
national remedies.
For aale hy all
Druggist» ami D.*alera generally.
SIKSSATII^
BlfftfcS
RESTORED
MANHOOD
The renom thnt Thnuomdt ronnot net eure, l of
SEJt/XAL WHAK.SE.SS. LOSS of Jf.t.V
HOOO, and the remit nt ahnte, dourue or errettet,
tt wring tn a romphratum ratted flloS T.i Toll
RHEA. UR. LIE/HU'S /XV HI ORATOR it
the OX LY rure for PROS TA TORRHEA. Prire,
ff.'.uu per partage. 6 par taget. fflu.WI. Guide to
Health and Self-Analuttuntfree. Addrett LIE
BIG UlSPEXSARYfor Uiteate* of Mm.
WO Geary St.. San f ranritro. Cal.
IlffH 16«
I Un. I«»». ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANE.
OF HELENA.
ORGANIZED IN 1*66.
Designated Depository of the United
States.
Pnld.t> tapirai. ..................
barplan aod Pmlta,..........
8. T. HAUSER, President.
A. J. DAVIS, Vtce-PrealdenL
E. W. KNIGHT, Chahier.
T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT. Are t Crehter.
Board of Director«
8. T. HAUSER JOHN C. CURTIN.
A. M. HOLTER, R. s. HAMILTON.
JNO. H. MING, C. P. HIGGINS,
E. W. KNIGHT, A. J. DAVIS.
T. H. KLK1N8CHMIDT. HENRY M PÄRCHEN
T. C. POWER.
A —T inted Banka:
FIRST NATIONAL, - Fort Benton, Montana.
MISSOULA NATIONAL. - Mieaoula, Montan».
FIRST NATIONAL, - - Butte, Montana.
General BAKXIKG Business Transacted.
INTEREST PAID OX TIME DEPOSITS.
100,000
SPOKANE FALLS,
Washington Territory.
Manufacture tare Flake and Low Grade
Flour from selec ted wheat.
rorrps|N>n<|pi,(q> Solicited.
N. 4L HA VERMALE.
dlmz » Jin-dcc27 l*roprietor.
FRANCIS POPE JOHN E aCONNOR
POPE & O'CONNOR
Sue, r — » OH to Weir A Pope.
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
No 21 Main Street. Helena.
The undrrMfMi, in continuing the busin«-aa
no long establislred by Weir A Pope, would re
spectfully m>lt for a 'hare of public patronage
which they will e»»«le»\or to deserve, by keeping
in stock everything pertaining to a complete
Urug Store ; by giving prescriptions especial
care, and <ii»|»en»ii*g none hut the purest and
liest of Drug* and « tieniical«.
POPE
. i i- solicited
Very rc'|»ectfully.
A <
A
O'CONNOR.
BROxi
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THE
BEST TONIC
This medicine, combining Iron with pure
vegetable tonics, ouickly and completely
(bref llrspepsla, Indigratlon, Wraknesa,
Ware Blood, .Malaria,Chills and Fevers,
and Neuralgia.
11 is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of the
Kidneys aad I .Iyer.
It is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to
Women, mul all who lead sedentary live*.
It does not Injure the teeth.cause headarhe.or
produce ronstipatlon —othrr Iron wtfdicna do.
It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulates
the apni'tite. aids the assimilation of food, re
lieves tleartburn and Belchiug. and strength
ens the mtiscles and nerves. D
For Intermittent Fevers. Lassitude, Lack of
Friergy. Jtc . it ba> no equal.
49- The genuine has aN.ve trade mark and
crossed reil line* on wrapper. Take no otbwr.
■•4» Milky HKOWXIMEailAI.ru., Hi IT I SOKE, BP
KF.DI NUTON. WOODAKIkd CO.. Port
land. Oregon. VFholeanle Agent«.
qgwly aagi
SECOND NATIONAL BANK
HELENA, HONT
Doea a tiencral Ranking huatnewa. Kells Foreign
Drafts aud Paewage Ticket». Paya lntcreat on
Time and Saving Deponit*. Collection»
receive prompt mid Faithful Attention.
Has a Savings Department.
THE ONLY
SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN MONTANA!
DIRECTORS :
it;
K. D. Kim.kktos, Prea't: D.H. Wadk, Vice-P i
A. E. Bcskeb. Cashier.
J. B. Kaxpord. Gboror Hkki'k.
t'OKSKLM h HUm.RS. JoHS KiNSA.
Chas. K 4'oi.k, Chru. Krscr
2-l-*3-dawlv
DR. C. K. COLE.
tllher at realdenee. Ornud St.
Montana.
Helei
Office Hour»—12 tu. to 3 p. tu.
Telephone. No.
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MONTANA NATIONAL BANE
OF HELENA.
Organized November v îl882.
C. A. BROADWATER.
A. ti. CLARKE, • • •
E.RHARPL ....
• - J Pre« I den I
VIoe-Prrclden«
... C'Mkler
UNITED NTATEN DEPOSITORY.
Paid l> Capil«l............... . ...... .1250.00«.
Nnrpln« and Prottt*.....................# .13.000
DIRBCTORN:
8. V. ASHBY. B. F. POTTS.
N. H. WEBSTER. HERMAN GANS.
S. If C'ROUNHE.
K. B. HARRISON.
A. H. WILDER.
of St. Paul.
H. F. GALEN
C. W. CANNON.
daw-janl
I). L. CARMICHAEL,
Phynirian and Nnrgeon. Helena. V. T.
Dirt,**»«*« of the Noae. Throat and Lungs, A
SPECIALTY.
Ofllce—Day and Night —Fred Leiaan'e block.
North Mam street.
t'«n«nltalion Free. _ d»w-dec31
THOMAS ECKLE8, X. D.
Office on Grand « t rea t . Aewtf-dee®
WALTER W. DeLACY,
0. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
Opposite Surveyor General's Offioe.
HELENA,
dAwtf-ap3
- MONTANA.
LONG LOOKED FOR
COMB AT LAST.
THE
PACIFIC INCUBATOB.
Hatches Eggs Better Ttian a Hen.
The Bt-t Marhine In the World.
«S end St.imp for Illustrated Circular to
GEO. B. BAYLEY, launfactim.
1.300 Castro atreet, Oakland, California.
No.
<U w3m-tnhI0
ALL DISEASES
ARKHE FKOX
IMPURE BLOOD!!
TJ lilrh ia Uir «lirect cause of fever*, constipation
rheumatic |»«tns. heart, liver and kidney com
plaint-. Dr. Halllday'a Blood Purifier
is the u--t and most «llective remedy in the 1
*" wn world to-ilay for cleansing the hloo«l ol
all impurities, and is a splendid torn«- and an- '
petlzer.
•°lcl toy *11 UriiggiaVja
or for further information, write to the office and
la wrator, 271 East Keventh »treat. 8t. Pn«|
Min "- daw ly-mhl *
MUUKE
NO PEE
tjUkUahed 1 M 1 . , 186 So.
Chicago, ill. 'Clark St.
! The regular old established
! Physician and Surgeon I>R.
CLtKKE, at the old number
icoattnucs to treat with hi* usual
great skill all private,
chronic. MTV nul and special
dlHterri DR. CLAKKR is
ihcohlcat Advertising Phwician,
___Usofiles of Papers show and all
old HfMiicnb know. Age and experience im
portant.
fW~ Narrons diseases (with or without
dreams.) or debility and loss of nerve power
treated scientuicallv hv new methods with never
failing success. ÇW ft makes no difference w tust
you have taken or who has failed to cure you.
%rr~ Young man and middle-aged men ami
a . who suffer should consult the celebratad
Dr. Clarke at .wee. Th« terrible poisons id
all bad I »load and skin diseases >f every kind,
name and nature completely eradical.' i*. P-tncin-
ber. that oae horrible dise is»«, it neg.crt.o t
improperly tre ated, caress the present and coming
generation», fff" Diseased dischargee cured
prompt.v without hindrance to bustne-s. Both
sexe« roussit confldentlnlly. H in trouble,
call or write Délave arc- dangerous *• Procrasti-
natlou 1s the Ikbf of time. * A written
warranty of cure given lit every ca se
undertaken.
-.end two -tamps for celebrated works
onCkrtmle. Nervous and Delicate Diseases. You
have an exhaustive symptomatology by
which to study your owu C OSSS. Consultation,
rerajnaily or try letter, free. Consult the old
ISoctor. Thousands cured. Oflce.. and
pa rt o r t private. You see no one but the Doc'or.
Before mcualing your case consul' Dt.CLAHHE.
A friendly letter or all may save future suffering
and shame, and add goldert years to life. Medicines
Sent evcrvwhere secure from exposure.—Hours,
fetoffk Sunday, oto ia. Address:
wly-derSS
THE BSS't
X
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
Lvery Style & Price.
Guaranteed Uncqunled
FOR
OPERATION,
ECONOMY.
DURABILITY and
WORKMANSHIP.
ta pr ore a e nt a and Conveniesc^ ûu&d is
no ethers.
f forays Reta ble.
■'PtJLAR EVERYWHERE. 1
'* .Î* In "v '*7 City and Tow*
xte».
Aa«l by t lark, ton rail A t nrtln. Hel
raa. Montana.
weowly-ap'J*
Tl't Bil ers' GrinE t< issue! March
an«I Sept., each year; 221 pages. Six 11 '
laches, with over 3*300 illustrations—
a whole picture gallery. Give* wholesale
price* dirert to eoruumeri on all goods for
:
o
Ç »r*onal or
ell* howto
frivr* exact
ervthing you
eat, wear, or
wi*h. These
hooks contain information
the market* of the w«>rl«I.
a <*>py Free to any add«
of the pot>Uq;«' 8 cent*,
from you. Kespetfully,
•wnsRisiussss^SB'
Jwly-*lect
family u*e.
order, and
cost of ev
il »e, drink,
have fun
invaluable
pleane«l frira
>Ve will mail
i upon receipt
Let u* hear
I
5
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m
CO
FiLES
TOOLS ihr Harki a 1st». Aaiatrorm Jeweller*, Model
Maker*, Slarktnitiis.tarpeater«, ioarhnater*. etc.
Railroad A llllKappliea. Hwt Wörter» ' (aUBgwfrw.
T A LLMAM S MtFAPDEN, Philadelphia, Pa.
w»in-febl9
X LÀPIEM-Ï
RlLL.t-MII.VEM'.-iiu « ». du n- H.«lvroi F,r
BUfill« di,»«!,*-, «aarrflaoM» Hair, mt uni
braach, ia flrr Blaute,, aithaui pata. di^olaratiao or
th- Haat. HaralrM
tajary. Partl.-ulari, € reata.
MAMALEXE.-O-.'I-w.
and I'main. P»ril'»lar,. • «
aPEtIFIC'CW.PkBadelahraPa.
tLVOX
* row 1 y--dec*IS
F ERRjfS

FREE
i of last vea
OH
Will be mailed I
to all epplteantal
and to customer* of last year without
ordering it It contai u* illurtration*. price*,
descriptions and dlrectkme for planting ell
Vegetable end Flower HIM, BULBS, etc.
D. M. FERRYACO.°^ T
wUk-d eell ____
IMPOTENT MEN
Be tb-jr Ynung nr OKI,
harm-; I-o«t tho»
attribut«-» of
PERFECT IANH00D
eiar I:«-gain Quickly
PKUFECT
aw
Sexual Power
AND
Procteitm Asutt,
Prof. Jean CMal*. BY TUE ESE OF
The Civiale Remedies.
ïîv. 7 ,,-»«^
form of Nominal loss and weaki. »« whether du«
to Mouthful lolly, A loi—, or N »fur.il Failure.
-----------
----- ».:an 1
I l*rof. -»ion.
Ml H k,
FREE TÖ*ALL."
will send frre to any Clirnr.t InuuTrer ob plrn
did Ihaatraled M paré m-«itua| w«nt.gi< ing a> mp
lom» of all form* of E» xual lliacux'. d.-». nnf
of this treatment, prie t« *timomaU and ûv»s>
paper endorsement*. Ac.. Ac. ,
t r th. n<*sr an ! c—t*ln td
enr«*. Sen Adjusting and «ilore Fitting Cradle
t omp.-cf—f# for the U>orou.-h and rs«li« aj cure
without surgery, of
VARICOCELE
to Youthful Folly AhUM- or Kafur.il Faih
Tin« tn atm« nt originate«) hr |*|:tlF ( it | \ |
r.d' ; :.d III .V ry IIU-l-ll \| i jiuxd
un<jiiAhn«''1hr endor—«l by the Mrdu-al l'r *
is i A-II.Y Al l'tIFb, FAIM I »» I
"n«i akpreeU LAailNtt 1% n« i;i
-
C srealtatlan with fall Medical StaK FltFE.
CioL*. Remedial Agency. 160 Fulton St, R. I
<leo«ldw]y-mIi9
THE UNION
* 'rganixed under the law- of Montana, i* now
doing liusineaa in the warehouse recently rm-teil
t>y Kleiuachmidt «V Bros, at the track of the
Northern Pacific Railroad near the HELENA
DEPOT, ami is ♦»repar.-l to quote >1 ki*d«i(
HEAVY GROCERIES and PROMs!», V a«»
FLOUR, FEED. HAY. OATS. CHOPPED FEED
BRAK and 8HOKT8, SALT. NAIL» UMtk
CEMENT. BARB WIRE. CORDWoOD FENCE
1*4 »I », ami all staple- u«tially sliippe«l in car
lot». I L«»w«*-t quotation- on « ar lot*,, nc lobbing
«(uaniitiea will lie given on applunthm. I'«n
iiiuni« atioii» sliouht Im- uddrcw-l '"Cuew Ware
hou -e Co., R. O. Box 21*,.'' Or«ler- eft at the
Granite Block Telephon«- 26 w ill he promptly at
tended to. No eliarg«*» ior druy.ige will K- maile
on goiMi« ordere«! to Ik* «hip|>ed i>y rad. Coti
»iguim-nt* on car t«M- of all kind» of prodwe
»oliciU'd. ite«ei\ mg. storing aud forwarding
: will have our careful attention.
Address Union Warehouse Co., P 0. Box
216, or Telephone No. 26.
1U1<. Fl'RHKEN* Manager.
JOHN It DRtJV MITT CARROLL.
JOHN R- DREW & CO,
Successors to ami Proprietors of th—
MILLED
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Sign of the Big Boot !
MAIN STREET. - - . HELENA
Carries, «»instantly, a very large *t<» k of the
l»-»t Hoot» »nd Shoes, for the wlmltrsale and re
tail trade. Special attention given to order» l«y
mall, ud -ali»fit. tii.ii guarantee«!. The contin
ued lil«eral patronage of friend, all over Montana
i» respectfully «<>1 idled. wlvaepl*
NEW STORE!_ NEW GOODS'
DAVE OOLDBESO,
The rustling Clothier of early days, has re
turned to Helena a nl opened a splendid *t«a k of
General Mercdandiae, in Holler'» Block, Ia>w«-r
Main street, where lie will sell at l«e*l-mek prices,
CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Hat» and « 'aps. Boots ami Shoes, Pistol». Guns,
Ammunition and Notion«. Also. Imported ami
lh>me»tie « igar», ami Ftne Chewing ami Smok
ing Tobaccos. I pn»|M»««- to »ell a* a -otail profit.
My motto is. "Live and lei Live. " I a-k my old
friends throughout Montana to call on me when
they come to Helen«.
wly-augr «AÎE tiOl.DHKRti.
A. H BOLTER & BRO..
DEALERS IN
HARDWARE
Mechanics Tools*
Mill Supplies.
Belting.
Brass Goods and Pipe Fittings, Battery
Screen, Steel Wheelbarrows, Iron,
Steel, Pipe and Heary 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.
inn j
Wine*.
ALSO MANUFACTl RERS OF
Lall. Similes. Sash. Doors. Store
Fruits, Etc.
«vly-feb2»
SODA WATER,
Mineral Water. Sparkling Him
CARBONATED BEVERAGES.
A |>|>aratu» Matt-rials ami A e re »»orte» for Man*
facturiiig. Di«)»'n»iiig and Bottling, with full m
struetion».
( ATALUbl't* »KST <>S APPLH ATION.
THE FIRM OF JOHN MATTHKHN.
First Avenue, Mth and 27th streets, New York.
« 6m-ti«»\ I i
I Want AGENTS to SELL
THE
MISSOURI
STEAM
Washer
To M«a and Women of good character and intelli
gence wanting an agency. I wUl afford a liberal chance
to lest tt before paring for It, and return It at tn> ei
|>ense if not aatlafactory. It I* the great labor, clot h
Ing and aoap aarer. A thousand per cent, the best
Washer in the world, and par* capable Agent* big
mooer- pin bnjs or unreliable oeraoo* Deed applr.
Write for llln-t rated circulars. Ad lrrsaJ. WORTH,
Reel AgC IW (.«. 171 • F rank I ta A , e. «L Laala, Ma.
" RUPTURE
r\r>»":utr:y Cure«! in30t>i«0 Dsv*
' V'**' T U'.i Elastic
W am t d «»a lv ECr. t*i<- T*r sa
--------Entuvlrdifferentfroin ailuthera
rerfirct Ketainsr ; worn with ease aud crunfurt
night and dar. Cured the fhnaous Dr. J. Slmmg
orN.Tand huixlreisothers. Ulus, psmp.frre
wNMMR*
rn ' Jrn \ njghl and dar. Cumlt
ofN.T. and hundroii n
■Mams ilMTM Tmw Cci MI
VIGOROUS HEALTH -,MEN
A Radical Cure for
NERVOUS
DEBILITY
Orrinic Wetkaea,
# PHYSICAL
DECAY,
" ,T °A'avsy*
Testvo for over Six
Yo.rs by use in many
T mous ANOCases.
'Ssm'siffi
, Deux .sod numerous
obacuredis-fuwa, baf
fling the skilled phy
siciaus. result from
r youthful indiwretion,
too free indulgence, or
' over bruin work. Avoid
the inipo.inon ot prrtrn»
tious remeiiirs for th« se
troubl«-, (irt our Fn*
Circutar and Tr sl Park
age, and ;.arn in. portant
facts Ie fore taking tn-at-»
im-nt !•;•• » here Take a
M'RF KmM'Y that lias
Ct'RKIi tli'iuunib, does
not interfere with atten
tion tn bu«inr,a. or cauw
pain '«r inconeenu nre in
any way Founded on
•rientiflc me«liea! princi
ple, By d i rect appi icatioa
Î to the «Mt "t d vate its
WA A » aperiUc influence ia felt
VWV without deity. Ttieoat
T*iai i ural function«of the hu
Xa»»a«ai man oryaniun I, rettored.
The animal.ng elements
•if life, win, it haee b«-« n
wasted areg.ven back.and
• pat ien t iwM-oine, cheer
I and rapid I y gai na both
Maagth and sexuai rigor.
HARRIS REMEDY CO., H'FeCNiMBTt
306'»,' N. Tenth Bt.. 8T LOUI8. MO.
VlBIPflPn EClrrwtara sent free..' owing DIIDTIIDC
fMIuUwCLC VUT method oiuxatine .1 tlUr I Ufa
TJJDINflEE A CONARD CO'S
BfcAlTIFl'L KYFH.ULfHMIlNti
f lire Ka - WKBtrd in* g vri
One JCoothg - $3 OO B thw* {«tu-nttBrct
Two Months. • 5 00 • AiIbimI rapidly
Three Mouths* 7 00 | wtrmtth *tui
Oar Great riprrialty is growing and distributing
ROSEM —we cehver strong P«>« Plant, suitable fu,
immediate l>l «im safeb t>) mall at all P>sM Othcra.
ft Splendid Varieties, v-wd".«. all lalwled. fix
• It Iff for Nil d.» tr a., ; 1U» fur «iff. Alsu
OTHER VARIETIES 9.3. A Ifl FOR « 1
according t«> value fluid for «air New G aid», 7* np
el'-gantly illus and eh.« we fron orerlUO finest Mirta
Address. TIIE IMNGKK A C'ONAHD (ft.,
Bore «..row er», rag (irsvr, C hester l a.. Pa.
w6m-oct31
'
NO GOODS
Our entire stock of Olothing,
Cents Furnishing Goods,
Bootsand Shoes, Hats
and Caps, etc., is
offered at
All our goods have been
purchased extremely low
thereby enabling us to
supply the wants of our
customers at prices that
bound to give satisfac
tion. Having had an ex
ceedingly long trade, we
have disposed ot our en
tire stock.
WE HAVE NO CLEARANCE SALE—NO OLD
OR SHELF-WORN GOODS TO OFFER
We will sell you New Goods, in New
Styles, for less than any bouse pretending
.osellyc» go is at jour wn price We
nave only one price for all and guaiai.tee
the same to be lower than any house in
Montana is offering the same goods for.
B>»#*ll hr plra-rd t«i hare yen rnll
Mud »«Minin» «Mir good«, and pré«-.-» be
fore ffiirrha-lng elwenliere.
DON'T SHOOT!
tnt If yon do, -ate mnney by buying
th» treat gtMMla *| the
HELENA ARMORY!
SPECIALTIES:
Sltarpe ». Winchester.
M « r 11 n and Ballard
Kiffe»; Parker. Colt's
amt Bonington Pr«-«t It
aud Muzzle Iaiaditig
Slml Guns: Mervtn A
iiulliert, Colt's and S. is.
W. Revolvers.
Wholesale and retai*dealer in Arms, Ammuni
tion, Tobaccos, Cigars, Fruits, notions, etc.
dly-ianl M -II.YKKMAN
ATTENTION!
Farmers a nd C ardener*.
If you want tried and reliable
CARDEN SEEDS,
I Go or send to H. M. PÄRCHEN A CX>„ leading
•iruggist«. Ilclena, Mottlann. and buy
l,nn«l relit'«.
They have kec«i tne«l with unvarying »ucccs«
for eighteen years in Montana, t ;uaru«tc<-i
freak and Irtte to name. Put up in aealctl
packag«-», with directions f«»r culture, and sohl
at strictly grower* ci»ral«»itn» prie«-*. Prt.-e
List and Lamlretli's illustrate«! catalogue ami
almanac furnished on applh ation Extra clean
ami fresh Timothy «■■«! KhI Top 4 Inter.
Hungarian. Millet and Blue Grass, in <|tiantities
at prioeadefying competition. Yirk*« Flower
Seed* in great variety.
H. X. PÄRCHEN A. ( 0.
Internat tonal Hotel. Corner Main anti
Bridge »4 reel«. Helen». 8. T.
Table the best in tl»e city. Transient rate». S2 to
M per day, aoconling to ha-ation <»f rooms. Daily
arrival and departures front thia liotel of all the
United States Mail coaches. My prices are not as
low as some of tit- second-class hotels, but are
reasonable, and knowing my ability to i>lea»e the
first-clans trade. 1 guarantee satisfaction to all.
WHl be pleased to see the traveling public in
general.
wly-ian!2 MAX KKLOWER.
0 * 0 - 1 . 1.11 »m
K. PREN4'4»TT. Helena. Montana
DEALER IN
H 1 UUI
wliiill
LEGALBLANKS
For the use of Lawyers, Justices of
the Peace, Conveyancer*, Survey
ors, Agents, Owners and Les
sors of Real Estate. Ac.
THE HERALD has in Stock the following
blanks. They are neatly printed, with rod ruling
for a border. The form» have been carefully pre
pared hy a lawyer, are in conformity wth the
statutes of the Territory, and are applicable to
any county in Montana :
DINTKI4T 4 4H RT BLANKN.Affidavit for
Attachment; Undertaking on Attachment, Writ
of Attachment; Notice Appeal ; Undertaking ou
Appeal ; Affidavit for Publication of Summons;
Order for Publication <»f Summons; Affidavit,
Order and Notice for Examination of lYitneoae» '
Undertaking on Ulaim and Deliver)' *»f Personal
Property; Execution ; Deposition ; »fieriff » Sale;
Summon*.
MEAN IAN. — Deed—Warranty :
Deed-Bargain and Sale; Deed-tiuit Claim ; Deed
Mining Ufljgi ; Nbtice of luxation-Quartz ; A p
ptloailoti for Patent; Certificate of Incorporation;
Mortgage; Chattel Mortgage; Assignment of
Mortgage; Power of Attorney; to-ase: Bond;
BiÜxofSiile
PKIOEUF ABOVE BLANKS-10 «-t». each ; 11
for *1.00; 1U0 for ?7.U). On orders for aw blanks
(flC.OOl and upwards, a discount of 2fi per cent,
will be allowed. Postage paid on all «»rders by
mail.
AWO.THE FOI. bow ISO Bt.A*KH on HAND AT fS.OO
PKMHt-XDRKDW ITH SAME DdhoI NT ON OKDKKS
for aw :
FOB JrMTH'E fOERT.-Writ of Attach
ment; I ndcrtaking on Attachment. Affi«lavit for
Attachment; Humilions; Sum nions for Juror;
Subpcroa: Bounty t'erlillcatcs (wild animai».
FOB DMTBICT «'Ol BT. -Summons for
Juror; Subpoena.
Acknowledgments, " Man and Wife," Rt 00 per
hundred; Acknowledgment». "Single," t2.3u
per hundred. Twenty -five per ceui. discount on
orders 300 and upward*
Address FISK BROS.. Helena. M. T.
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