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From the M.xllv Hei aid ol Mai' h I® City Conseil. An adjourned meeting ot tlie Council W. 1 Ü held laut evening *d ihe tity Hall with the Mayor aid the following Aldermen present l.issn^r. Klein, 1 ahn tet. U Itmer. Cole, Muth. I'sjrne and Sulli van At «ent Horxky aD.l Hew ins. Lissier moved that the Mayor he author ized to employ Wm. Steele, Jr . to examine the Looks of the City Treasurer and Police Magistrate, provide*! the coat of said ex amination shall not exceed $100. ( arried. Witmer moved that the Mayor certify to the correctness of the annual report of the Clerk of the receipts and expenditures for I — *. and that the »aiue lie published. Muth moved to amend by limiting the publication to a summary of said report. The ayes and noes were called on the amendment. Keenlt, ! ayes and I noes The Mayor \oted aye and the amendment was carried. I >n motion of Muth the original motion, as amended, was laid on the table until the next meeting. The committee ou lire department re ported, recommending that the ! petition ol the Hook and ladder Company, praying for nihher «-oats, ete , lie grauted and the »nid a* ticks purchased. IttfMt adopteil and articles or«lere«l pin - * based. The committee on taxes and licenses re potted. recommending the taxation of elec tric and light companies as follows : Elec tric light 10 cent* per month for each light in use. Has. 10 cents per month for each metre in use. Telephone, 10 « eats per month for each instrument in use. Tele graph company $1<» per month for gross amount of business. After various amendments and long de bate, the report was iinallv adopted as it stood. The committee on taxes and licenses re jtorted, recommending that the proposition of the Rocky Mountain Hell Telephone ComiKiny, concerning a lire alarm system, he laid on the table for the consideration of the next council. Report adopted. The voting places and judges for the en duing city election were fixed and elect«! as follows : FIRST VVAKII. Rolls at Police Court. Judges — O. C. Ihindy and Joseph O'Neil. SECOND VVARI». Polls at Court House. Judges— Joseph E. Allen and John N. Heldt. rillKD WARM. Polls at Engine House. Judges-W. R. McCotnas and l'r«l Tibbetts. POlRTlf WARM. Polls at <lerhauser's. Judges—Jerome Norris and Shelton Dull. FIFTH WARM. Polls at Payne's Hotel. Judges—E. W. McNeal and W. S. Haskell. sixth WARD. Polls at Reading Room. Judges—S. Brown and L. T. Mead. The clerk was instructed to publish no tices for the ensuing election. The clerk was instructed to draw a war rant on the city treasurer in favor of the county commissioners for the payment of the amount due the county for street taxes collected. The previous order for a sidewalk to the depot was modified so that the walk should cross Rodney street at the loot thereof and run on the south side of Helena avenue, from Rodney to the depot. The council then went into executive session, and as soon as the open sessiou was re»uin«-«l it adjourned until next Wednes day at 7:30 p. m. failure ol Charles K. Comstock. Early this morning it was announced that Mr Charles E. Comstock, of the lirrn of Paynter ft Comstock, drug merchant* of Helena, had made an assignment for the I». aelit of his creditors, and such proves to lie the «sise. Mr. Comstock has !»een doing business greatly on tiorrow«! capital, and Iinally liecame unable to carry it on suc cessfnlly. This morning ht assigued his interest in the firm and every thing else lie had for the lx-netit of his creditors, to P. R. Dashiell. his assignee. Two preferml creditors an- named in the assignment, W. | S. Paynter and the Fitst National Rauk. : The amount of his failure has not »>een ascertained as yet, but it is conmled by his friends that the liabilities are in excess ol the resources. His interest in the tirtu amouuts to alxiut £15,000, and it is understood that he has nothing outride of that. W. S. Paynter, and the First and Second National Banks are among the most prominent of his creditors. Tailors' Union. To tl*c Editor of the Hualp. We should like yon to give the follow ing a pla«-e in your columns: We. the journeyman tailors of Helena, have found it n«*es*ary to form a union to protect our wages, as some of the b«*t tai lors in town were g'Ating only $12 or $1.» per week in one shop, while others were paying $21 to $25. The In ion drew up a schedule of pri«*s and submitted it to their employers. Two out of the three mer chant tailoring establishments signed it, as they considered the prices moderate and fair, but the third refused and >a still bold ing ont. whereupon a strike was declared against him. We do not approve of strikes as a rule, but think this occasion justifies us in our strike. The tailor's argu meut is that he should receive a fair compensation for twelve or fourteen hours' work. It is hard work for | a coat-maker to make two coats per week | aud make them properly. He gets from $10 to $l:*» per coat. A j*antaloon-maker makes six pairs of pants per week, for ; which he gets from $3.50 to $4.00 per pair, j Three ligures are not exorbitant and not i more iu proportion than any other cotnpe tent workman receives. It take*. a long time to learn our trade and we ought U> have the same rights as other artisans. We are willing to work and do our work well for fair wages, but are not willing to do superior w ork for inferior wages. TAILORS UNION. WsaHS. A iM»ilion a* teacher lu Che public s* Imols, by .»tie thoroughly competent. Address K. L. M«» NAIK. ft ice, Mesgher counly. M. T. wtf-fitt F rom the Meilv Herald of March A). THE •»HOKSEHAIF»" Chicago*. Phénoménal Turl Paper. Those of the HERAI.M readers interest«! in turf matters, breeding of horses, etc.— there are a good many ot this class in Montana—will find a readable paragraph lielow, furnished by one ot the Hf.RALM stall', now tM-roufi borne frpm an eastern trip : Among other publishing houses visited during my short stay in Chicago was that of The Horst maa, the liest turl paper ex tant. It is »jtiartered in the magnificent Lx Salle block, corner of Madison and La Salle streets, and occupies an entire floor. The impression creat«l on entering this suite of rooms is one of surprise aud wonder at finding so much luxury and Splendor ble^l.d with such marvelous good ta»te, indicative of rare culture and retirement, not orten found in the furnish ing of my quarters in the business center of any of our great cities, much less in offices devoted to newspaper work. The walls are decorated with the finest paper, containing figures on a golden background, surmounted by a wide frieze of pale blue, intermix«! with gold characters. Im mense chandeliers of the latest designs hang from the ceilings iu the elegant apartments, while the furniture, which is ol red c herry, consisting of desks, tables ami easy c hairs, adds to the general pleas ing elfect. The carpets iu the entire suite are of the finest Brussels, a maroon shade, blendVjg brmoniously with the surround ings. The most striking feature is the numlier of remarkable tine and large oil paintings of celebrated horses from the easels of such noted artitU as Scott Leigh ton of Boston : J. J. Scott of New York (jean Smith of Chicago, and others. The paintings of Bouesetter and St. Julien on either side of the entrance in the reception room, and the large painting of the gronp consisting of Little Brown ! ug, Silvertou, Sorrel Han, Itouglass aud ILqxJ'uI, own«! by Mr. Kemix. with the exception of the last, are the finest of the large number hung iu this room. The main picture of attrac tion iu the editorial room is the pai iting of Mr. Feniix' famous black span of hors*-., noted for their beauty aud speed tiften years ago. Iu Mr. Betnis' private apartment rare works of art greet the eye. which fatuous galleries would not disdain to add to their treasu-es. The object iu selecting this central location for the office of the Hor*tma», and furnishing it with rega' splendor, is to give friends of the turf throughout the country, when they come to this city, headquarters, where they ex pect to make themselves at home, receiving there the same impression they do of Chicago—that it is second to none. This marvelous change and progress in this pai*er was brought about by the Hornemfin changing hands Nov. 1st last, now incorporât«! under the title of the Chicago Horseman Newspaper Company. H. V. Bern is is President, and Gen. J. S. Brisbin, well and favorably known in Montana. Western Manager. The Direc tors are Beniis, Brisbin. Htllibrant, Davis, Abercrombie and sou. The editors are A. (J. Hancock and E. B. Abercrombie. Every issne of the Horseman contains an article from the pen of Gen. Brisbin. one of which on Great American Trotters apj»ears in the current numlier. The Horseman is l>ack«l by an abundance of capital, and so far the success of the paper has lieen phenomenal. The Territory ol Alaska. The Cathedral was comfortably till«! last evening with between 200 and 300 people, who were attentive listeners to the l« ture delivered i./ Archbishop Seghers on the peculiarities of life in Alaska The Archbishop has made several trips to that Territory, md in his sojourn there has liecome thorough'y conversant with the manners and customs of its people, and speaks to some extent the language ol the Alaskau Indians So he was thoroughly prepared last evening to handle his subject intelligently. He described the northern and southern parts ot Alaska, the animals and vegetation of each section, and the manners, language and music of the In dians of that Territory. The first jiart of his lecture was devoted to a «inscription of the Territory in general, containing inter esting accounts of Jiis travels on the Yukon and tributary rivers, aud in the second part he address««! himself to the task of setting liefore tin- audience the «iharaeteristie» of the Imlian aud Es qtumatix nature. This he di«i by describ ing tlieir mod«- of life, means of support, pursuits, etc., an«l in plain, simple language presented a vivid picture of the inhabi tants of Alaska. Jn order to make his remarks as interesting as ]*ossible, he ex hibit«] the fur suit he wore while travel ing in that cold country, and described its manifold advantages over woolen clothes in that cold climate. The Archbishop is an el«X|uent talker, not so much from rhetorical ot oratorical splendor, for of th^se his lecture was totally devoid, but oa account of his thor ough familiarity with his subject and the plainness and simplicity of the language used, which «-apti'.ated the attention of his audience and hr.id it without relaxation for nearly two hours. The commanding presence of tbz speaker, his graceful yet forcible deliver)*, and the subject which he handled, all combined to render the lecture most interesting throughout ; and it was with feelings of regret that the audience hailed the conclusion ot his discourse. track laid well into the « anyon. This is j rendered almost imperative to the Fnion ; Pacific, in order to ocenpy that territory before the Northern Pacific or any other company secures it .Aside from the almost . inexhaustible «inantity of timber along this proposed line, it would open np a large portion of the county, which is supposed to be «,uite rich in minerals, as well as briLg the Fnion Pacific Railway out at the head of the Bitter Root valley. Kailwav Extension. Anaconda Kniete : It is a well known fact, that as soon as the weather will per mit, surveys are to be made from Anaconda westward towards Cable and Philipsburg, and that as soon as a practicable line «-an be located work will 1« commenced im mediate! v by the Union Pacific and the From the Mailv Her*)*! of Msrch 21 The Equinox. To-day, the 21st of March, is the vernal equinox, when the day and night are til «jual length, when a full «lay s work «an lie done by sunlight, au«l the time to go to bed and to get up both take us by sur prise. The sight of the mow-clad moun tain** assures us that we shall have cold w in.ls ami chilly nights, and more than : likely storms of sleet au«l snow, but to ! help ns liear these miseries, discomforts and delays we are sure that their return will be more infrequent and their «-on tinuam e more brief at each visit till they cease altogether ami are forgotten. The winters in our northern latitude are more or less a season of idleness and enfore«! leisure, they are times of waiting and con sumption, of planning and purposing. Now dawns the «lay of doing ami execu tion. al' advance and growth. There is a re laxation of muscles and a general .bilious ness that come with the first warmth and as a reaction to the severe bracing of ex treme cold ami lack of exercise and out door air, bnt this soon passes away, ami bo«lily and mental energy ent«*r into sym pathy with the awakening life of nature around us. There is life and energy to human nature from sunshine, aud we wel come the sun in his northern progress to his summer empire, and shall hope that he brings with him the promise of richer and larger harvests, of greater increase of (locks aud herds, of grow ing population, and larger accumulation of wealth. Nights of «loubt and despondency should give way to days of such earnest endeavor as to make success certain ami growth ap parent in every direction. The New Quartz Lead*. Favorable reports from the new quartz strike north of Helena still come in,and num bers of on r citizens continue to go out every «lay to view the new discovery. About fifteen claims have already l«eeu located, ami four or live of them are Ix-ing worked. The ore that is taken out is a carbonate of lead, nearing silver, ami nets $22 a ton by the car load. This is from the Helena lode, w hich is further developed than any of the others. Ore fiom the Cabinet lode, which is an extension of the Helena, is living taken out every day. and assays math: of it show $-7 worth of silver to the toil. The Helena lias lieen pnslucing ore for over thr«* mouths past ami shipping it to Wick es for redaction. The «|uartz leads lie in a sort of basin among the small hills just west o* Potts' ranch, ami about two miles from the rail roa«l. The ore in every instance yet dis covered is overlaitl with a stratum of oxide of iron, which itself liears small amounts of gold and siver. This stratum of iron ami the character of the ore beneath are clothed with considerable significance, in asmuch as it is similar to the formation in aud around Leadville. Colorado, where mach an enormous «juantity of silver was taken out of the rieh lead «-arlionates found in that vicinity. So far the leads near our city have been but imperfectly develop«!, and it is hard to say with any certainty anything definite as to their future richness or value, hut the present prospects are very favorable. Quite a number of our citizen» think very lavor ably of the new discovery, ami ohl I>ea*l villers say the ore ami surroundings are very similar to the mineral dejxisit around the Silver C ly of Colorado. Skntorinl Art. List evening the rink was well (ill«si with ladies ami gentlemen, the attra«-tion for the evening living the fancy skating of Messrs. Kirkliam and Reynolds. At 9:30 o'clock the floor was cleared and Mr. F. R. Kirkham, of Chicago, and James Reynolds, of Montana, were intro<iu«-«l to the audi ence who received tnem with hearty ap plause. The gentlemen forthwith liegan exhibit their <|iialities as skaters, skat ing around the tl«»or two or three times, when they separat«l and each one alter nately gave exhibitions of fancy skating. The evolutions performed were simply marvelous, the skaters going on one foot several times around the arena, lialancing themselves alternately on the front ami l»aek rollers of ea« - h foot, yet all the time keeping up a mo«lerate speed. It is impos sible to describe all the différent maneu vers imiulg«! in: one can only appreciate them thoroughly by witnessing the various feats perform«!. Their exhibition closed with (lying leaps oyer chairs, the numlier im - rea»e«l every time by two until at last i twelve chairs were successfully jumped over by the skaters. Their exhibitions are marvellous and well worth twice the price of admission. Wants Information. The postmaster is the recipient of numerous letters from people in the East requesting information regarding Mon tana, and the following is a sample of some of the modest demands made upon his time and knowledge : To fJk* Port master : Dear 8ir I think of locating in the West this spring, bat have not decided where. Would like to inquire in regard to yonr town. What is the climate, cost of living, fuel etc.? And what the rent of a house of five or six rooms, and the prospects of business? Give me all other informa tion in your power to give. SaialleT's Enterprise. E. Y. Smalley is poshing his magazine* The Sorthirem. to a front place in illustrat ed publications. The number for March, of double dimensions, is largely devoted to Minnesota men and matters. An admir able group of pioneer portraits—Ramsey, Sibley, Rice and Kittson—appears on the first page, followed by a long list ofspiend idly executed illustrations of SL Paul public and business houses, private resi deuces, and adjacent lakes, parks, etc. The sketches, personal and general, are written in Smalley's happiest style, UsT finir Bron>c Turkey , He,,.. Also one thoroughbred Poland China Boar, v month, ton. Montan«. wtt-mhi 2 TOWN AND TEEBITOR Job lot of hoys «-aps at lluniliertft Ken uert's at 50 cents each. James H. Huril has lxäeti engaged as business agent for the firm of George !.. Boos ft Co. Orders taken at Humbert ft Ken nett s for the new dress shirt. A fire occurred at Miles City on the night of the 17th inst.. which entail«! a loss of alKHit $1,500. Dunlap derbys and soft hats of the latest styles at Humbert ft Kennett's. The jury in the ' calf caee" of Laura M oo«l vs. C. D. Sullivan this morning returnetl a verdict in favor of the del'emlant. Now is your time to buy of Uumliert ft Keunett clothing at « ost. lfon't tail to call rnd examine. It is said that cbecketl goo«ls ot large figures are the fashion for the coming sea son for gents' spring and summer suitings. R. H. Howey has sold his iuterest in the Montana Real Estate and Loan Company to Mr. AY. B. Re«l, who continues the busi ness. In the District Court this morning, iu the case of Adams vs. Kleinschmidt, the jury returned a verdict in favor ot the plaintiff. Two enterprising Democrats were around to-day circulating a petition en dorsing Hon. Martin Maginnis for Governor of Montana. Roliert Vaughn, of Snn River, has sold his hand of cattle, numitering seven or eight hundre«! head, to Sau«ls ft Taylor for $35 per head. William Steele, Jr., ltook keeper of Gans ft Klein, has lieen «-oui mission«! by the City Council to examine the liooks of City Treasurer Ixx-L. Ix-slie Sulgrove. clerk of the First Judi cial District court, at Miles City, has lieen appoint«! clerk of the 1 uit«l States «-o.irt at the same place. The corps of draughtsmen in th« - Sur veyor General's office has been reinforced by Mr. Will R. Jones, an experieu«*«! architect of Helena. Last week there were two advertised bet ters in the Butte j»ost«»fii« - e for Cou Mur phy. The most appropriate place lor them is the dead letter office. Malcolm Hay, the newly appointed First-Assistant Postmaster General, was formerly a law partner of the lather of H. Brady Wilkins, of the Assay Office. The Jti*xo*lian «onus out this week with six columns devoted to an exhibit of th« - receipts and expenditures of Missoula connty for the year ending March 1, Blank tiooks manufactured, at reduce«! prices, and all bindery work on the short est notice, at the HERALD bindery. Work unsurpassed. Be sure and get our prices before placing orders. The outgoing Alderman from the City Council, at the coming election, are Hew ins, Payne, Cole, llorsky, and Klein. Those who hold over are Sullivan, l'aynter, Wit mer, Lissner, and Muth. A Tailors Fnion has lieen orgauiz«! iu Helena, composed of journeymen tailors, and a strike inaugurât«! against one of the merthant tailoring establishments that has reI us« 1 to pay the wages demand«!. Wm. Muth has lieen appointed by the Commissioners to examine the books of the ex County Treasurer, in place of Grant, who was at work on them last week. Mr. Muth commenced his examination this morning. The Republican primary in the third ward, which was held pursuant to call, re sulted in the unanimous nomination of Henry Yergy for Alderman in place ot Dr. C. G. Brown, who refused to accept the nomination. The Territorial officers recently appoint«! by the Governor and confirmed by the Council qualifi«l yesterday an«l received their commissions. They are. Joseph P. Woolman, Auditor: I). H. Weston, Treas urer. and W. W. Wylie, Superintendent of Public Instruction. The Billings Rustler lias the following rather mixe«l personal E. C. Collen, of the law firm of Sanders ft Collen, of Helena, was among the passengers west this morn ing Mr. Colleu is the chairman of the Territorial Republican Central Committee, and has lieen on a visit to Washington. Out of twenty «lozen tjnail m*ently im ported from Tennessee by au association of ou citizens only three dozen were lost, ami ihese were killed in the ltox while in transit. The halanc« - have lieen turne«? loose in varions parts of the valley, ami are doing nicely. Petitions endorsing applicants for otlii-e under the new administration are the order of the day. H. W. English is to-day circulating a petition in favor of Wm. F. Kirkwood of Red Rock, Beaverhead county, who is an applicant for the posi tion of superintendent of the National Park. Thk hog cholera is making such ravages in Massachusetts that the Governor has made it a subject of a special massage. One exchange says that if a hog that has died of the disease is cut up and fed to others that have been exposed it will prevent their having it. If this is true the disease brings its own remedy. From June 1st to September 30th the Northern Pacific will issue book tickets from St. Paul, Minneapolis or Duluth to i the National Park and return for $115. This will include railroad and stage trans portation, sleeping ear fare, meals on din ing can and board and hotel accommoda tions while in the Park. The reception and banquet tendered to Councilman Ed Cardwell and Represent*- I tive A. J. Seligman, representatives of 1 Jefferson connty in the late I*egislature, took place last Tuesday and was a magnifi cent affair in every respect It w that the^argest assemblage ever bad in the connty welcomed them at the reception* Good music was famished and dancing was the order of the evening. Blew Goods. Gans ft Klein are just in receipt of a lot of uew suits in spring clothing—the latest and best. Also Knox's spring and sum mer bats, in great variety, snd all the novelties in gents' fuanisbing goods. PERSONAL « ■<>. Hailey hox returned from the Last —J. W. Buskett is in the city from Wicke«. — Dr. K. F. Clark is over from Butte on a short visit. —Warreu C. Gillett.of Itearboru. return «1 from the East last night. —Peter Munson and Henry Andrews are representing ( »gden in oar city. —Mrs. S. C. Foster, of Marysville, is iu the city, the guest of Mrs. A. Hoyt. —Will Armitage has returned from Butte and will henceforth remain in Hel ena. — C. E. Worden, an old time subscriber of the Herald, is in the city from Rader» burg. —Archbishop Seghers, alter a few days sojourn in our city. «lepart«l for the West last evening. —Mr. David Blai-ker ami wile have re turned from a trip to Washington and oth er Eastern cities. — T. P. McDonald, Livingston, and H. L. Parsons, Chicago, were l>ouk«l \ esterday at the C«>smopolitan. —Alrtvd Hooper. San Francisco, and Er«l W. I.uick, of St. Paul, registered this morning at the International. —Thomas J. Kerr, «-omiecte«l with the Northern Pai ific Refrigerator Car Co., is registered at the Cosmopolitan. — Dr. A. H. Mitchell, of D«*r Lodge, ar riv«*«l in the city last night ami left on this morning's train for New Orleans. —8. C. Fran/tnan. of St. Paul, and J. C. Muslin, of Chicago, were two Eastern ar rivals at the Cosiiio|iolitau yesterday. — T. S. Mer« bant, of Healdsbnrg, ami F. G. Johnson, of Walla Walla, were arrivals at the International by the western tiain this morning. —Mrs. W. £. Tierney, wife of W. E. Tierney, of Tos nsend, a former memlx-r of the Moutana legislature, is the guest «if Cosmopolitan. —Thomas fcary, w ife aud family, a« - cutnpauied Gy Miss Annie Ford, arrived from Sun RD r yesterday, ami ate the guests of the Iit«-ruational. — Ed. Delator is l»*« k again from Ib-er | Lodge. The j «xlgrrs thought they had made a citi/.i« of him, hut he only paid them a visit .iri returned to Helena. —Mr. B. Ifrns. the «lothier, was a re turning pugpr on the Northern Pacific last night. Ps spring purchases of cl«»th ing will l*eghto arrive in a few days. —1.8. ft j an Wart, who has lieen in New York Breturning a stock of spriug and sammcKoods, returned last night. When lie « i* through Chicago the weath er was so<d that it re«|uired «instant «•are to kee| nes cars from freezing. —Col. Vliam A\. Strong is in town from the CI tant district. He rejxirts a favorable «tier for stock, the losses of «-attle aud ^ep lx*ing pla« - «*d at the mini mum ami <jth from old age mostly. The Colonel wiltop in the city till Saturday. —John me, an old timer in Last Chance, am>r the past ten years a miner in Moutantid Confederate gulches, near Diamond C. is on a vist to his ohl friends in Helena. Ic brought over a handsome amount ofst, which he de|xx*it«l in the Assay Offit —Col. Jrcw J. Smith, formerly Sur veyor Genl of Montana, aud more re cently >B-intemlent of the Sohliere' Home at ^us, Maine, has been appoint ed Govern*)!' the Leavenworth Branch of the Natal Home for disable«] veteran soldiers. V appointment «-ornes from General 1'Rlin, President of the Nation al Home. A Cold Day. A return Montanian tells a good one that lie hi in St. Paul as he was mni ing tbroufm Monday last, the «lay of the erlipsefhe thermometer was eight lielow zerlTwo Irishmen met on the corner in tl of the Merchants : "Good >iing. Jimmy: its mighty fn-ezin' w*£r, this." 'Yes. lVits a cowld «lay when the snn gets Id A Mitelous Story . 3 IN TWO LETTERS. FROM: SON •• Gently My father resides at Glover, VL He hen a great sufferer from Scrof ula, and tj-lused letter wül tell you what a marvelhcct Aye Sarsaparilla has had tease. I think his blood most ' have conn the humor for at least tea years ; bhd not ahow, except In the form of a serofl sore on the wrist, until about flve year* From a few spots which ap peared attira*, it gradually spread so as to cover Rire body. I assure you be teas terribly Wd. and an object of pity, when be began (your medicine. Now, there are few men I age who enjoy as good health as be hsiould easily name fifty persona who woutif y to tho facta la his case. Yfuly, W. M. FRiuirs.** "It is both a pleasure and you the benefit I of Ay< Sarsaparilla. Six mont I was oompletely covered with a terri blior end scrofulous sores. The humor d an incessant sad intolerable itching, $s skin cracked so as to eausu r in many places whenever (ferings were greet, and my 1 com me seed the use ot the in April last, and hara need that time. My condition • At occe. The sores have 11 feel perfectly well in every I now able to do a good day's 1 years of age. Many inquire t such a cure in my ease, and II have here tried to tell you, ramiLLa. Glover, VL, Ost. Vown gratefully, Hibam PniLuru." 4 AmisAPAULLa eures ScrofWla clears the blood ot all Impo rta», sti m u l a t es the action of 1 thus r sstorss vitality sad I whole system mmxD st « . ir A Co., Lowell, Matt. tb^iggists; 91, six bottles for fit. the life Saaaar all work. what I teU Area's 21. a ' | A. J. DAVIDSON, MANUFACTURER. JOBBER And dealer in f HARNESS, SADOLEBT, LEATHER, HIDES AND WOOL. FOR SA LE.- A few BAIN WAGuNS. Will l»e SOLD CHEAP to Hose them out «Uwly-janl RAIS » TREKT. HELENA. M. T. FANCY UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY. GO GO UJ GO GO In nil oui* D £ PABTHENTS, To Make Room for SPRING SHIPMENTS Depot for Hydraulic Hose, Nozzles and PiPes, and Rubber Coats for Miners' use. c 3 CD GO GANS & KLEIN. Corner Main Street and Broadway. Helena, - - Montana, GO GO GO HATS, BOOTS, SHOES AND BLANKETS. Notice. Ci ekk'm Office, Mimm>ci.a Corsmr, M T. Tin- County Ckwamleséosmisof Mim*ouIh county for the i«ir|K>se of |mymg the floating debt t*f **ai*l county, offer for sale in denomination- to -uit purchH-en*. fifty thoiinand dollar** of Missoula county bends. Theec tionda to draw interest Ht the rate of »even |ht cent. i>er annum, interest payai, c aemi-snnually. and to he payable fifteen years from date of issue, and redeemable at any time after live year** from «late. These l>o»d ofter many indm-emeiits to the capitalist. The faith of the conuty of Missoula !*eing pledged for their redemption «dien payable and the paj - ment of interest secured l.y a spe* ml tax levy for interest purposes alone. Tli«*se bonde are issued under authority of an '«<-t pass«*-! by the Tliir teeuth Legislative Assemnly. sections 1 to II. page 92, and approved March f*h, 1NH3. CoiTSS jKnidencc solicited. Address Hoard of County ( Vmitnisnioners of Missoula county, Montana Territory, or the County Clerk of same county. Hy order of the Com mission era. ALVIN LENT, County Clerk Missoula, M. T., March «*. M*xy wtl-mhl9 Notice to Holders of Territorial Warrants. Territory or Montana, Tkea-i kfk'm Oh i* k, . . Hki.kxa. March lxth. 1 hh 5. NoM.« is hereby given, that there are funds in the Treasury to pay all Territorial Warrants reg istered prior to, and including March 4th Ixxs except No. 21«». Interest «vases this date on the almve <lescrilx*d warrants, including all those p> No. 2166. not previously called for payment. D. H. WESTON, w3t-mhltf Territorial Treasurer AND ENGLISH TRAININGSCHOOL' BRfiAtWAT,................ HELENA, M. T. R eop e ned Monday. September 1, ISM, and will oontinue throughout the year. A practical school for young men and women. OOCBsg or STTOY. Commercial, St«,..graphic, I'reparatory or Eogltob. Pen Art, « rayon, and Architectural Drawing. TLe same text-hooka and manner of IntelutAitw are need here as in the leading Bmv a*T and »twat-to* C ommercial Colleges in ' United Mates. Event wg Haas I ana PENM (ANHHIP 5»C$Km>TO.Mk(XiRAPH Y.a specialty! Send for Mem rtrcsUw.glvingcou'ne öftendy! raten of tuition, etc. Address H. T. ENGELHOKN. or t ... , . Fs O. KA1LMBACK. / , ^ 1nct Px 1 «. dAwly-eepl? Helena Montana Did you . Sup pose Mustang Liniment only good for horses? It is for inflamma tion of all flesh. SUMMONS. In Territory of Montana, county of Jett'erson. ■■■ the Justice Court. Township of Bearer Creek before J. X. Kelly, Justice i»f the Peace William B. Martin piatntifl versus SUMMONS Ervin \ . Collier, defendant. The people of the Territory o' Montana, to tlx »love named ih fendant, greeting • ■you ARK IIKKKHY 81 MMONI I» to ap,H*ar A before me, a Justin- «»f the Peace in and f«.r the county of Jefterson, at my *.«!. . ,,t Beater Creek, within ten days exclusiv* of the -lav of servi*-* ! after the service on you of this summons ir served within this roimiy ; if *«n «I out of tins «•ounty, but within this «strict, within twenty days; otherwise within forty davs, to make ans wer to tlie .«.uipluint of NV B. Martin, the alxtve named plaintiff. In a civil action to recover the sum of fifty dollars with iuterest thereon at the rate of one per cent, per month sl.eg. d to l.< due from defendant to plaintiff upon a n-rtam nxitraet, set out in the complaint on file in this '■' wUof "«'t : >*n«t in default judgment will he rendered against you. Krvin V. Collier the above named defendant, for th - sum of fifty dollars with interest and costs of suit, in yonr Is half expended Given under my hand this 23*1 «lav of Fehru ary. A. D. MW. J. j*. KELLY. ft* büß .1 of tht* Fetuf. THE WIiCKES HOTEL, Wickes, Montana. *•» «ndvr |lhe lunwagement of MILTON CAtnV. • practical and experienced landlord. This well known House has been r«furnish«-d throughout, and it will he the aim of the pro prietor to make it one of the Best Hotels in the Territory. Terms always reasonable, cited. Patronage soli, wly-fehll) 8ale of Territorial Warrants. Tirriioky of Mo.ntakx. At ditob's Offh » Vnii^ I !"*[*. Moxtaxa, Man-h 12lb. Isxft. «XI. *'V* n ,, "' t on Thursday, the thej2rl«'?f«^ Pr '.!i A J?- ,m5 - mt 12 »'Clock M , there will he sold at this ofthe to the highest bH S r sÄT^ , r» th « , -^ d • lx hun«ire«l dollars, (CjSOO) more or iras, of Territorial warrants, for •£' ^î?. inK "««inuining the con virte of thie Territory in the penitentiary at liter Ixxige for the month of Mareli. l*v«5 Bids an invited up to the hour of sale „ J. P WOOLMAN. - w *-mhH__Territorial Auditor. A Clear S kin IS only a part of beauty; but it is a part. Every lady may have it; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies.