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In several of the Kastern papeni we
noticed recently an account of a viait paid
t.y a delegation «f Territorial repreaenta
tivea, in which they represented to the
President that the Territories were poorly
governed. In reply to this we said that
as our government is one of law, the fault
then was in tba law makers, and princi
pally in Coni're«, which makes our funda
mental laws and has the {»ower over all
our own legislation to restrict or even
annul it. But we also say that as a fact,
with all the difficulties and restrictions,
our people in the Territories are as orderly
and well governed a » in most of the Sûtes,
and 1 tetter than in viany of them. We
have very little laith in the virtues of
political platforms. We want something
more sultsuutial as a hasts of oar govern
tne> i. Kven if the President should
make the appointments for Territorial
official" from those living in the Territories,
it would not by any means satisfy us.
Knowing as we do by what means and in
lluem-e* such appointments are usually
secured, we very much doubt if it would
give us much (»etter officials or those that
would give any more general sat isiaction
than under the present arrangement.
What we want and have always advo
iated is first to secure admission as a State,
so that our own people could frame tlieir
fundamental laws as well as obituary legis
lation. Next to that, if we must lie kept
in a Tenitorial condition for an indefinite
time through the jealousy of the older
Mates, we shold {»refer to see the people of
the Territories allowed to elect their own
officials and their Delegates in Congress
allowed a vote as well as a voice on ail
matters. As this would requite a consti
tutional amendment, we ha\e no idea that
it will ever l»e accomplished. Our only
real hope of deliverance therefore is in lie
coming a State as soon as possible, and
meanwhile trying to make the best of our
humiliating and unfortunate situation.
There is no condition so had but that it
might l»e worse.
Thebe are a great many who believe
that the French were at the bottom of the
late revolution in Panama, and which ex
tended to the whole Colombian country.
The plan was for the revolutionists to get
control of the government long enough to
effect a sale outright to the f rench com
jiany represented by DeLeawps of a strip
thirty miles wide on each side of the
canal throughout its whole length, for
which the price of 100,0ÜU,UUÜ francs had
l»een agreed upon, which the revolutionists
were to divide among themselves and then
let the government go to any who wanted it
for another scheme of plunder. It may be
that the commander of the French ship of
war at Colon knew something of this little
game going on, and this may have '»een
the reason of his not interfering. When
governments are so imbecile that a few
men can get up and almost carry through
a revolution on contract, it is time that we
kept a pretty close watch over them, or we
shall tind our little scare-crow of the Mon
roe doctrine trailing in the dust and badly
trampled on one of these days. It will
not do to let the French take us for China
men. Others think Germany was playing
the same game in Guatemala, and that
there was an understanding between the
two.
The l argo Argu», «f the 14th inst., an
nounces the invention hv Dr. Crucivitl of
that city, of a new process for sinking ar
tesian wt!>s. It operates on the principle
of the screw ami carries a me'.al pipe with
it as it sinks. The inventor thinks it can
sink the pipe .'»00 feet in twenty-four hours
when ready for business. The same ar
ticle says there is an artesiau well at Ab
erdeen, in Dakota, 950 feet deep that
throws a stream of water 'JUO feet al*ove
the surface of the earth at the rate of 2,
000,ooo gallons in 24 hours. That is just
the kind of wells that Montana wants and
when we can get machinery that will bore
such a well in forty-eight hours, there will
l»e the linest field for its profitable employ
ment in Montana of any country that we
know of. It will save building any more
water ditches. In July the inventor is to
have the machinery in readiness for a test
in Fargo aud it will pay for some Montana
man to lte there and l»e ready to take hold,
if it is what is claimed.
The mail ad vices from the isthmus only
confirm the fact that the destruction of
Colon was a great outrage that Commander
Kane might and should haye prevented.
He lost an opportunity t'aat will never
come to him again, of miking himself
justly famous like Captain ngram in res
cuing Kosta from the Austr.an kidnappers.
It would have been much easier to have
prevented the destruction of the citv than
it u ill be to recover damages for the loss
that has l»een sustained. We think more
than ever that Kane should he dismissed
from the service in disgrace, as one un
worthy to wear the uniform of an Ameri
can officer or to command a vessel of war.
Fortunately we have few in our army or
i; ivy like Kane, w ho need any special in
structions how to act when they see
proj»erty and lives of American citizeus
wantonly exposed to {»eril and destruction,
and American officers marched off to
prison by lieggarly ruffians.
Some Cleveland capitalists have recently
(»ought out the interest of ex-Senator Ta
lw>r and two others in the St. Yrain
grant of laud in southern Colorado. The
purchasers get about 2,300,000 acres. It is
to Is- used as a cattle mnge. This grant
was made by the Mexican government to
St Yrain and Vigil in 1H40 on consider
ation of colonizing it. When our govern
ment acquired title to that eountry after
the Mexican war, these Mexican titles
were confirmed to the grantees and their
represent:.,.ves.
The amount expended by the govern
ment in F.ngland and Wales in 18^4 for the
»{►port of elementary pub.ic schools, was
about fifteen and a half millions With a
population in the United States about
twice as great we expended seven times as
much to the same year. School age in
Kngland is from 3 to 15, in this country
from 4 to 21.
j
L MW
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varie*- A marvel of purity
•trennt), and whoieeomenem. More economical
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low teet, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Hold only in
enns Kotil Rtinni Hovdik Oo New York.
(jiticim
Infantile Skin Beautifiers-Appeal
to Mothers—Try Them.
l.'toK cleansing the skm amt Scalp of Birth
I Humor", for allaying Itching, Burning and
Inflammation, for curing the first symptoms of
K< zema, Psoriasis, Milk Crust, Hoall Head, Scro
fula and other mio-rited skin and hlood diseases,
CCTUXRA, the great skin Cure, and C'UTICIKA
Noap, an exquisite Skin Keautifier. externally,
and rmcTEt Kiow.i vknt. the new Blood Puri
fier, internally, are infallible. Absolutely pure.
"TEORIBLMFFLICTED."
Mr. ami Mrs. Everett Stebbins. Belrhertown,
Maas., wr.te: "Our little !>oy ww terribly atHie
ted with Scrofula. Salt Hheuiii and Erysipelas
ever "lin e In- »»< b.rn, and nothing we could
give him helja-d him. until w. tried Ccthvra
Kkmei.ibs. which gradually cured him, until he
is now a- fair as any child."
"$200 foFNOTHING."
Win. Gordon. *7 Arlington Ave . Charlestown.
Mass., writes: "Having paid als.ut ?:>■> to first
class doctors to cure my baity, without sm-ceas, I
tried CniTtA Kpmkuikk. which completely
cured, after using three packages.
'PFOM HEM) TO FEET."
Charles Eav -e Hinkle. Jersey City Heights, N.
J , writes. ' Mv son, a lad of twelve years, was
completely cur'd of a terrible case of Eczema by
tli. « iTiu iu Kkmki>i»>. From the top of his
head to the soles of his feet was one mass of
seal**." Every other remedy and physicians had
hecn tried in vain.
for pilTLnguid
Emaciated children, with pimply, sallow skin,
the CracCkA UntlilM will prove a perfect
blessing, cleansing the hlood and skin of inher
ited impurities and expelling the germs of scro
fula, rheumatism, consumption, and severe skin
diseases.
"BEST FOTTHE SKIN."
Youi CrTtCCBA Kkmxiu*« are the best for skin
diseases 1 have ever sold, and your CVTICTE*
soap the finest medicinal toilet soap in market.
C. W. STAPLES, Druggist,
Osceola Mills. Wis,
Hold everywhere. l*rice: Cctkcba, SOcta;
KdviLTfxt. tl ; Soap, 23 cents. Prepared by
Pottrb Dkv«. ami Chkmicai. ('«»., Boston, Mass.
Hentl tor -How to Cure Skin Diseases."
DIDV I'se t ullcurs Swap, an exquisitely
DAD I perfumed Ult I ■ Heaullfisv._
The finest tonic
for nervous people
i* He stetter'sHtom
p'h Bitters, wl n h
usures perfect di
gestion and assimi
lation, and the se
tt ce performance of
their functions by
the liver and bow
els. As the system
NT acquires tone tbro
ough the influence
of Ihista-nign medi
cine, Ike nerves
grow stronger and
more tranquil,
headaches cease
KltMATU
to
and that nameless
anxiety which Is a
peculiarity of the
ilyspeptic. gives
w ay to cheerfulness
I To establish health
on a sure foundation, use the peerless invigorant.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers generally.
AYER'S PILLS.
A targe proportion of the diseases which
cause human suffering result from derange
ment of the stomach, bowels, and liver.
Aim's Cathaetic Pills act directly upon
these organs, and are especially designed to
cure the diseases caused by their derange
ment, including Constipation, Indiges
tion. Dyspepsia, Headache, Dysentery,
and a host of other ailments, for all of
which they are a safe, sure, prompt, vud
pleasant remedy. The extensive use of the*«
Pills by eminent physician» in regular prao
t»ce, shows unmistakably the es t i mation in
which they are held by the medical proles
•ion.
Th*se PrLL* are compounded of vegetable
aubstauces only, and are absolutely free from
calomel or any other injurious ingredient.
A sulfrrrr from Headache writes :
••Ayer's Pills are invaluable to me and
are my constant companion. I have been
a severe sufferer from Headache, and your
Pillh are the only thing 1 could look to
for relief, i me doss will quickly move my
bowels and free my head from pain. They
are the most effective aud the easiest physio
1 have ever found. It Is a Dleasure to me to
f|>eak in their praise, auT I always do SO
When Occasion offers.
\V. L. Pauk, of W. L. Page & Bro."
Frankliu St., Richmond, Va., June 3,1882.
••I have used Ayk.es Pill* in number
less instances as recommended by you, and
hr re never known tbein to fail to accomplish
the desire«! result. We constantly keep them
on band at our home, and prix - them as a
pleasant, safe, and reliable family medicine.
FOB DYSPEPSIA they are invaluable.
J. T. Hayes."
Mexia, Texas, June 17,188:1.
The Hrv. Francis B. Harlowk, writing
from Atlanta, (la., says: " For some years
past 1 have tieeu subject to constipation,
from which, iu spite of the use of m«di
cinec of various kinds, 1 suffered increasing
inconvenience, until some months ago I
tiegau .akin): Ayer's Pills. They nave
entirely corrected the costive habit, and
bave vas. ly improved my general Lie :1th."
Ayer's "athaktic Pills correct irregu
Urities of :he bowels, stimulate the appe
tite and digestion, and by tbeir prompt and
thorough action give tone and vigor to the
whole physical economy.
PREPARED BY
Dr. J.C. Ayer&Co., Lowell, Ma s»s.
Sold by all Drugg sts.
Vf'iJJff I All experience the wonderful
o n m ' eff,cu of
M OD A y 0r s Sarsaparilla.
' ' Children with Sore Eyes, Sora
ÄuEu. Ears, or any scrofulous or syph
ilitic :• t. ») .y be . vie health) and Strong
by Us use.
Sohl by all 1 ruggist* : $1, six bottles for 9&
mi: m itten ton *hi i*k.
'jjds.
Posters,
Programme*.
Bill Head ,
Note Head*.
Funeral Notices.
Visiting Card*.
Wedding Invitation*.
Letter Heads.
Maternent*.
i'.mph.ct».
Betetet*.
Blanks,
Aud rvertliing else in the line of printing. Artis
j tic v ark and the most reasonable prices.
«CIS POPE JOHN E. O'CONNOR.
POPE ft O'CONNOR.
(Sue««s*ors to Wait A Pope.)
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
No 21 Main Street, Helena.
The undersigned In eontiuuing the business
so long estai Wished by Weir A Pope, would re
spectfully aak for a share of public patronage,
which they will endeavor 'O deserve, by keeping
in stock everything pc' sining to a complete
Drug Store ; by giving prescriptions especial
cure, and dispensing none but the purest and
beet of Drugs and Chemicals.
A call Is solicited. Very respectfully.
POPE & O'CONNOR.
I Mo. 161». 1
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
OF HELENA.
ORGANIZED IN 1866.
Designated Depository of the United
States.
Faid-l p < nplUsl.
Mur pi a* a.*
Pro O Is.
•300,060
. 300,000
6. T. HAUSER, President,
A. J. DAVIS. Vlce-PreeidenL
E. W. KNIGHT, Cashier,
T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, Ass t Cashier.
Bosnl of Directors
8. T. HA USER JOHN C. CURTIN.
A. M. HOLTER. R. 8. HAMILTON.
JNO. H. MING, C. P. HIGGINS,
E. W. KNIGHT, A. J. DAVIS.
T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, HENRY M PÄRCHEN
T. C. POWER.
AMoclutesI Banka :
FIRST NATIONAL, - Fort Benton, Montana.
MISSOULA NATIONAL, - Missoula, Montana.
FIRST NATIONAL. • • Butte, Montana
General BANKING Business Transacted.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
BBIjZINA
AND /
ENGLISH TRAINING SCHOOL*
BROADWAY,________
HELENA, n. T.
Reopened Monday, September l, 18 k|, and will
continue throughout the year.
A practical school for young men and women.
COURSE or STVI»Y.
Commercial, Stenographic, Preparatory or
Engliah, Pen Art, Crayon, and Architectural
Drawing. The same text-books and manner of
instruction are used here as in the leading Bry
Airr and STRATTON ('ommernal College* In the
United Stales. Evening Session* from
Ortober to April. PENMANSHIP and
BOOKKEEPING. STENOGRAPHY, a apecialty.
Send for Men Circular, giviugeourse of study,
rates of tuition, etc. Addrea*
H. T. ENGELHORN. or) .
K. O. RAILSBACK. I ^incipal»,
daw !y-«ei>17 Helena Montana
THE
WICKES HOTEL,
Wickes, Montana.
Now under |the management of
MILTON ( At BY. a practical and
experienced landlord.
This well known House has been refurnished
throughout, and it will lie the aim of the pro
prietor to make it one of the Beat Hotels in the
Territory.
Terms always reasonable,
cited
Patronage soli
a-ly-febiq
i
!
!
I
I
SPOKANE FALLS,
Washington Territory.
Manufacture Naow Flake and Ix»w tirade
Flour from selected wheat.
Correspondence Solicited.
H. CL HA VERMALE.
dlmAw3m-dec27 l*r«>prietor.
MANHOOD
RESTORED
The reason that Thousands cannot get curd of
SEMISAL WE ASSESS. LOSS <>P MAS
HOOO. an J the remit of abuse, Jicu» orexcenet,
i< taring to a complication called PROS TA T"R -
RHEA. DR. LIEBIG'S I STIC ORATOR it
the OSL Teure for PROSTA TOR MME A. Pc,ce.
f l an per partage, 6 partage «, #10 00. Guide to
Health and Self. Anahnt lent free. Add rest LIE
BIG DUPES SAR Y for Dsteate* of M
4M0 Geary St., San Pranrucol Cal.
<Uwlv-t«12
D. L. CARMICHAEL,
Pkyslrlan and Burgeon. Helena, 1. T.
Disease* of the Nose. Throat and Lungs, A
SPECIALTY.
Office —Day and Night—Fred Leman's block.
North Main street.
4 onaii I (n I Ion Free. daw-dec31
WALTER W. DeLACY,
0. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR
Opposite Surveyor General'« Offioe.
HELENA. .... HONTANA.
Hwtf-ao >
THOMAS ECKLES, M. D,
HOMQBOPAT HI'ïT.
Office on Orand street dawtf-dec*i
ALL DISKaVSES
ARISE FROM
IMPURE BLOOD!!
Which is the direct cause of fevers, constipation,
rheumatic pains, heart, liver and kidney com
plaints. Dr. Halllday'u BIihmI Purifier
is the t>cst and most effective remedy in the
known world t«»-day for cleansing the Moml of
all impurities, and is a splendid tonic und ap
petizer.
Sold lay all Driigsintn
Or for further information, write to the office and
lalioratory. 271 East Seventh street. St. Paul.
Minn. «lawly-tnhl
LONG LOOKED FOR
r<
COME AT LAST.
THE.
PACIFIC INCUBATOR.
Hatches Eggs Better Than a Hen.
The Bot Machine in the World.
Send damp for Illustrated Circular to
GEO. B. BAYLEY, i:aÂîarer.
Nt*. l.**N> Castro street, Oakland, California.
«UwSm-QihlO
Assignment Sale.
K 'OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the under
signed awdgnee of the eatatc of William 8.
Wetzel, will sell at public aale at Benton. In the
count» of Choteau and Territory of Montana, on
Monday, the 4th day of May. A. I». 1 •*«. to the
highest bidder for caah in hand, the following
described property, real and personal, to wit :
All that stock of aanorted goods, wares, and
merchandise, now ou hand and in the premises
heretofore occupied by t»ie said Wetzel in said city
of Benton, consisting of in part, groceries, dry
g.»o**s, tin»*are, hardware, farming implements
and wagons. Iroot* and shoes, notions, Ac., Ac.
Also, the following described real estate, situate
and taring in the said city of Benton, county of
Choteau and Territory of Montana :
I aits 1 to 20 inclusive tn block 39 |
I ode I to 3 aud 16 to 3f> in block 33 |
la>ts 1 to 12and 15 to 2Uin block 40 Inclusive.
laris 1 to 20 in block 47. I
laris 1 to 16 in block 55.
Lots 3 and 6 in block 2.
Lota 14 and 13 in block 3.
Lots 13, 13 and 14 in block 4M.
Also, one undivided one-fourth interest of blocks
A. H and C addition to townslte, known as the
Old Fort property.
Also, one undivided half of lota », 9.10 and 11 in
block 33. lots 16, 17 and 18 and 10 and 11 block 67 ;
one undi»-idrd one-half of lots 1, 2 and 3 part of
lot 4 ; also, 13, 14, 13 and 16 in block 13. as will ap
pear by the official and recorded plats of said city
on file in the office ft the County Recorder of the
county of Choteau and Territory of Montana.
Also, one undivided tialfof lota 6 aud 7 in block
49: undivided half fraction of lot 9 in block 12.
Also, lota 1 and 2 and 7 and 8 iu block 143, addi
tion to townslte, lot* 17, 18, 19 aud A) in block 35
Roosevelt addition.
Also, the following mining claims, all of which
are located in tbc Barker Mining District in
Meagher county. Montana :
Une undivided half interest
Am feel of the Benton Lode
200 " " Flintlock.
375 " " Matt Carroll.
ltJU " " Commodore Power.
214 " " American Flag
214 ** " Challenge.
214 " " Rowe.
187JV' " Maggie
;»m " *' Klack Eagle.
AH) '' " John Morgan.
RHl •' " A delà.
4**1 " " Alpha.
«Hi " ** Dneula.
130 " " Buckeye.
4M) " " Silver Beef.
luu " " (not un<ll»'ided) Sherman.
1UU ** " Masaacliusetts.
The anove interest Iteing intended as an un
divided one-half of the aforesaid feet *pecitte<l in
i said respective ledges, exiepl the Sherman and
! Massachusetts.
Also, the following described ranches: The N
! E 1 « of the 8 W ' 4 and the S W l 4 oftb#SK' 4
I und the S E 1 4 of the northwest * 4 ami the S W 1 4
I of the N E 1 . sei-tioti 16, township No. A» north
range <M) eiglit cast, containing one humired amt
sixty (1'iOI ai-res of land, less thirty seven and
one-half (37) acres of the 8 E 1 4 of the NW' 4
and Ikt N ■ 1 , of the ■ W , aaSOÉMI BgSOM
township twenty (20) north rauge eight (8 east,
and described more fully as follows, to wit:
Commencing at a point feet w est of the S K
comer of the N W ' 4 of section 16, township A)
north range 8 east ; thence west 612 feet ; thence
north 13A» feet; thence east 612 feet : thence south
13A» fed to the place of beginning, containing
l»' 4 acres; thence at a point 7UM f*-et west of the
S E corner of the N W ' 4 of section 16, township
Ai north of range 8) east ; thence west 612 feet;
tlieuce south I32U feet; thence east 612 feet;
thence north LUI) feet to place of beginning, con
taining 1 f» 4 acres ; said ranch tie ng -m High wood
Creek, Choteau county. Moi tana, and known as
the t«eorgc W<*>ds ranch.
Also, the following described ranch: Com
mencing at h sinke marked > E corner Cyprian
Matt ranch ; theme Westerly 160 rods to a stake
marked S W corner C. Matts ranch ; thence
northerly 160 rials; thence easterly 160 rods;
theme southerly 160 rods to the place of la-gin
ning, containing 160 acres; said ranch being on
the Marias River aud known as the Cyprian Matt
ranch.
Als*», the following described property : All
that certain lot. piece, or panel of land lying
laring ami situated contiguous to the townslte of
Fort Benton, In the county of Choteau. Territory
of Montana, and more particularly described as
follows, to wit: Commencing at a iHiiut on St.
Charles street in the Brinkman addition and
parallel with the eastern line of Bond street. Fort
Heutoii. sanl point taring the south ~asterly «-or
ner of the fem-e now erecte«! around the house
amt premises of Herrman Brinkman; thence
northerly along the line of said St Charles street
llHI feel ; then«» at right angles iu a north west
erly direction «XI feet; thence at right angles 1IH1
feet parallel with the line «>f St. Charles street
thence at right angle* 400 feet to the pla<»- of be
ginning; together with all and singular the tene
ment*. hereditament*, and appurtcuaiiceHther to
belonging or in anywiae appertaining. *2'.,
story brick bouse being built upon name and
known a* the Wetzel residence.
The la*t ala»»-e described propertv will he sold
subject to >23111, twenty-five hundred dollars
la-ing the amount of exemption allowed by law
to Mr. \i
Also, a lot of book account* and notes, one
phaeton and harness, two horses, two mules.
Which said sal«- will l>e made in pursuance of a
deene of the District Court Third Judicial Dis
trict I-ewis and Clarke county, Montana Terri
tory;.
Bids at private sale for said property will also
lw-r«s-eive«l in the meantime in bulk or in par
cel*. and unless so dispose«! of in the meantime
will be sold at public »«ale as aforesaid.
DAVID G. BROWNE.
w3t-*«p2 Assignee.
SECOND NATIONAL BAM
HELENA, HONT.
Does a General Banking business. Bella Foreign
Drafts and Pi
ag Deport
receive prompt sad Faithful Attention.
Time and
asaage T
Having
eta. Paya Interest on
ta. Collections
Has a Savings Department.
THE OILY
SAYINGS INSTITUTION IX MONTANA !
DIRECTORS:
E. D. Edorxtok, K. 8. Bo.rrt.ix, St. Paul.
President. Vice-President.
( HU F. Ell», ('ashler.
J. B. Harford. Gbobor Brxck,
Cha*. K. Gout, Chris. Kerch.
3-1-83-dawly____
DR. C. K. COLE.
OBre al rmldeare, Grand 81., Helena,
Han tana.
Office Hour*—12 m. to 3 p. m. Telephone, No.
78. dawtf-augll
MONTANA NATIONAL BANE
OF HELENA.
Organized November,; 1882.
C. A. BROADWATER,
A. G. CLARKE, . .. .
E. SHARPE, ....
• -I President
Vice-President
... Cashier
UNITED NT ATEN DEPOSITORY.
Paid Vp Capital.........
Nnrplnn aud Profit*.
...8250.000.
...... 33,000
D1RKCTORN:
S. V. ASHBY.
N. H. WEBSTER.
H. K GALEN.
C. W. CANNON.
driw-jsnl
B. F. POTTS.
HERM AN GANS.
S. H. CBOÜNHE.
K. B. HARRISON.
A H. WILDER.
of St. Paul,
V-T AblES f
pTlLA-IMH.VKN £-Ob!t fro u «>.'
mAn**Btir dis-oives hupt rfluou« HmIf. »cd
t»r abc h, ln flvr aHBate«. withoui j aiu diaop.oranoc. or
ÇRftl? J i * 6 rrRth.
\1 \ M \ 1*1! VK.-Otv» !« pa th** HuAt. HAriLÎetj
* ■ fiernti.
u iLrox *vr.i inn o . l»ht)adci t >kiB,>»».
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FILES
TOOLS for Mar liini-ta. Aniatr ar*. J« wclltro, Rixicl
Raker«, Black*«»: if h,.« orpratervJ sarki sim, «ie.
Us*Irosd A Mill MipplMw. (aUlarstfrrv.
^ALLMAN^^IcPADUiùN, l'kiladelphl«. Pz.
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BITTERS
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BROWN'S
IRON *
WILL CURE
HEADACHE
INDIGESTION
BILIOUSNESS
TWÇPKP^ÎA
NERVOUS PROSTRATION
MALARIA
CHILLS and FEVERS
TIRED FEELING
GENERAL DEBILITY
PAIN in the BACK & SIDES
IMPURE BLOOD
CONSTIPATION
fp:male infirmities
RHEUMATISM
NEURALGIA
KIDNEY AND LIVER
TROUBLES
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
Th. Genuine hu Tra«le Mzrk and crossed Red
Lines on wrapper.
TAKE NO OTHER.
G ET THE BEST !
K
LEAD ALL OTHERS !
Every Style & Price.
Guaraateed Uneqttale«l
FOR
OPERATIOM.
ECONOMY,
DURABILITY and
WORKMAN8HIP.
[z: provenants tad Conveniease; ÛTûd il
no others.
Always Relcab le.
POPULAR EVERYWHErtC. 4
.or Lola in Zvery City and Town
»he 17sited -tats*.
And hy Clark, i'.nrad 4c t urtln, Hel
ena. Montana.
weow1ywsp26
MUUKE
NO FEE i Established l«l. ! 186 So.
Until Better 11 CHICAGO. ILL »dark St.
The regular old established
Physician and Sorgeon DB.
ICLARH.E, at the old number
.continue to treat with his usual
[grant skill all privat*,
hronlc, nervous and spectel
llaratT« DR. CLARK« is
the oldest Advertising Phvsician,
__laspfiles of Papers show and ail
Old Residents know. Ag. and experience Im
portant.
dT Nervona disease« (with or without
dreams.) or d.blllty and loas of nerve power
treated scientifical ly b y new methods with never
failing success. %MT It makes no difference what
you have taken or who has failed to cure you.
rt - Young men and middle-aged men and
8<1 who suffer sh ould consult the celtbnlêd
Dr. Clarke at once. %W The t«nibl8 poftgons of
oil hod blood and Skin diseases of every kind,
name and natu*** completely eradicatrH. S*niem
her, that one horrible disease, if negiertet» x
improperly treated,earse* the present and c«>tning
generations. 0T Diseased dischargea cured
promptly without hindrance to business.
sexes consult confidentially. " *
______ Both
If In troubla.
rite. Delays are dangerous. " Pracvsstl
ls th* thief of time." A written
_____ity nf eure given tn every earn
undertaken.
|a Send two stamps for celeheoted work*
on Chronic. Nervous and Delicate Diseases. You
hare an exhaustive symptomatology by
which to study your own COS«« Consultât» cm.
personally or nv letter. A" sa. Consult the aid
Vector Thousands cured. Oflfeeo and
parlors prient*. You see no «me but the Doctor.
Before confiding your case consult Dv.CLARKE.
A friendly letter or call may save future suffering
and shame, and add golden years to life. Medicines
scat everywhere secure from exposure.—Hours,
fc to 6; Sunday, 9 to I ». Address:
* ?i.*&Rfc.S&R«o.
wiy-decSS
TtiiBriBuf (ïnr»E fa. fawned March
and l^ept., each year; 224 pages, 81x1 H
inches, with over 3,300 illustrations—
a whole picture gallery. Gives wholesale
prices direct to consumers on all goods for
personal or family nse.
Tells how to order, and
gives exact cost of ev
erything you use, drink,
eat, wear, or have fun
with. These invaluable
hooks contain information gleaned from
the markets of the world. \Ye will mail
a copy Free to any address upon receipt
of the postage—8 cents. Let us hear
from you. Respectfully, $
, wljr.«l«'l
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IMPOTENT MEN
Be they Y.iungorOld,
ha» In:; Lo*t thn««
attributr, of
PERFECT MANHOOD
May l:«irain quickly
rBIl FECT
Sexual Power
AND
Proche tTYE JIkutt,
Prof. Jean delate, BY Tilt l "i: OI'
The Civiale Remedies.
■=s<s
1 ■ <-ure « ry tr* o of m Ijfl.I ! » . ,
»1 » I6KUH«: \. t »Kl« «»«Ml
form of Seminal loss and WV-nkn.-«e nhttlwr «1
1 Folly,
T in-1 tm nt nrtein.il.-l t.v |>|{t»F. « It I \ | |
ad" . ,1 in , ry ll«»«l*ri D.i HilMl
ily «•n.!or-'*«l by tl.«- M««ii. -U I*
fc K-
ontl a!
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II.Y M'l'|,ll I». I'\|M I *■
all L\M l»ti l\ I I« »
FREE TO ALL. s !
will >w>n;l free to any earn ret In
•lid iliu.!rni.«l pact- im4k»l »
tom* of oll forma of Sexual 1)1*
«•: this treatment, pi !«•«■*, l-sliu
|««r* r endorsements, Ac., A -
Wear«- also ne •■nt* f>*r t
curt-, s, if Adic*t;ng on«l
4lTs k.
'4 l.i>.
new md
1 .!•
It amt j.»
«keriptiou
«U a » ai u«. *■*.
id certain to
re, Kt-lf-Adiuoting m«l «.
« . for the tiiorv/ »,
v uitvut luip'ry, of
VARICOCELE
< »n«»Uaflna with foil U> <ll.- u | stafT, F'KI'K.
Siviab. Remedial Agencv, I6C Fu'îor. St, Ik I,
•leodriwly-nihS
THE UNION
WAREHOUSE COMPAHY
Organized un«ler the law* of Montana, i* now
doing Imsiness in the warehou*e recently erecteri
by Kleinnchmidt A Br«>s, at the track of the
Northern Pacific Railroad near the HELENA
DEPOT, and i* prepared to quote all kind» «»f
HEAVY GROCERIES and PROVISIONS: als«.
FLOUR. FEED. HAY. OATS. CHOPPED FEED
BRAN and SHORTS. SALT. KAILS, LIME,
CEMENT. BARB WIRE. CORKWOOD. FENCE
POLES, and ail staple* usually »hipped in car
lot*. (Ia>we»t quotation« on ear lot*., or jobbing
quantities will lie given on application. Com
munication* should be ad<lre«*ed "Union Ware
houMC Co.. P. O. Box 216." tinier* left a' the
Granite Block Telephone 26 will be promptly at
tended to. No charge« for drayage will lx- math
on good* ordered to lie *hip|>ed by rail. Con
signments on car lots of all kinds of produce
solicited. Ke<-eiving. storing and forwarding
will have our careful attention.
Address Union Warehouse Co., P. 0. Box
216, or Telephone No. 26.
' H KO. F I R HKEN. Manager.
JOHN R OREM
MITT CARROLL
JOHN R, DREW & CO.
o ri Successor* to and Proprietors of the
KILLEN
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Sign of the Big Boot !
MAIN STREET. . ■ - HELENA.
Carrie*, constantly, a very large «t«* k of the
la-st Boots and 8h«ies. for the wholesale ami re
tail trade. Special attention given t«» older* by
mail, nd «atisfactioii guaranteed. The contin
ued lilieral patronage of friends ali over Montana
1« respectfully ««ill. lied wlysepl'
NEW STORE ! NEW GOODS !
DAVE GOLDBERG,
The rustling Clothier of early day*, ha* te
turii<-<l to Helena ami opened a *plemli«i stock of
General Merodoadise, in H«>ltcr'* Block. Ixjwer
Main street, where he will m-U at be«l-rock prices,
CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Hats and Cap*. Boot* ami Shoe*. Pistol*. Gun».
Ammunition and Notions. Also. Imported ami
Domestic Cigar«, and Fine Chewing and Smok
ing Tol»aceos. I pro|>ose to sell et a small profit.
My motto is. "Li»-e and Ia-l Ll»-e." I ask my «>ld
friends throughout Montana to rail on me when
they come to Helena.
wly-aug? DAVE 60LDBEB«,
A. M. EOLTEB & BRO.,
DKAI.KK8 IN
HARDWARE
Mechanics Tools.
Mill Supplies.
_ Belting.
Brass Goods and Pip« Fittings, Battery
Screen, Steel Wheelbarrows, Iron,
Steel, Pipe and Heavy Hard
ware.
Disston s Celebrated Circular Saws
and Rival Steam Boiler Feed Pomps.
Agents for Atlas Engines and Boilers,
and Leffel Double Turbine Water
Wheels. Catalogues Furn
ished on Application.
ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF
ooo Lath, Shingles. Sash. Doers. Store
Fronts, Etc.
wly-feb28 _ _
SODA WATER,
Mineral Water. Sparkling Wlnea.
CARBONATED BEVERAGES.
Apparat!»* Material* and Af-cessorie* for Manu
facturing, Dispensing and Bottling, with full in
structions.
C ATALOit lB- «E 3 TT O* APPLICATION.
THE riBM or JOHN 1ATTHEWS.
First Avenue. 26th and 27th street*. New York.
w6m-oovl3
j «AMT AGENTS Tt
THE
S^L
MISSOURI
8TKAM
Washer
To Mao and Women of good chzrscter and lnteltt
IwUl .......
It, and return It at mr
if not satisfactory. It Is tbs great labor, cloth
asoeo wonting on agency.I will afford a liberal cbanc*
to tost It before par log far it, and return It at m/ ex
E and aoap aaver. A thousand per cent, the beat
■her in the world, and pars capable Agente big
moo er. No bars or unreliable Deren n* need a pply .
Write for Illustrated circulare. a IAt-m J. WORTH,
. Or r.*. 1 T « « Fraektle A ve. *C Leah, Me.
" [RUPTURE
*\b*olntv!y Cured in SO to 00 Dsv»
DrPierre • PoiMsanetic Elastic
Truss; W arntd « .n lv £le. tek ' Tar as
«n world. Entirslr different from ail othrra
rerOet Retainer i worn wit kerne and comfort
night and dar. Cared the famoue I>r.J Him me
orN.Y. sud Mstesd» others. Illua pomp, free
EuMmeYiiHBCaiiiiiADiaffiiiT i*""
Gcal
VIGOROUS HEALTH .MEN
liSOEBILITY
lOROASICVt EAKVr**
(Decay»»nd numerous
Jobscur*di«eH*«e, l>«f
Jflingthe skilled iihr
fsirians. result from
Jrouthful indiscretion,
ftoo free indalgenre, or
'overbrain work. Avoid
the Impoeili'.nol prrten
tiou* n im .n. i for th. <e
trouhii-s ti.-t our Frre
Circular and Trial Par k
agr.aml Irani important
fact* Is fore taknu tn-at
no-fit c -, a hrr-* Tuki- a
St'KI. Ri m»ov that MAS
CURED tlioueamla, do«s
mit i.ili rfi-rr aith attin
tion to bu»mrts, or rauie
pain or iiaxmvrr .» nee in
any way. Fourni, d on
K-irntifli- mrii ca! princi
pies By direct affixation
to the o at of d • nee lie
spec .tie nfuence is frit
» ll.'i ut «il -, . The t;.:
urai functi ,i .o( t ic hu
man orx»ii;-m iso-; n l.
I i '.*• anii r . ■ .. • is
of life, which Bare been
wasted arcyiveil back and
the paffentlMvonie« cheer
fui and rapidly rains both
•trrngth aud sezua. vigor.
HARRIS' 1
A Radical Cure
NERVOUS
DEBILITY.
Organic Weakness, |
# PHYSICAL
DECAY.
In Young A Middle
A ged Mo n.
Testfo for over 8ix|
Years by use in many|
T housano Cases.
xee
_ TRIAL
PACKAGE.
THE ATM EXT.
One Month, - $3 i
Two Month*. - 6.0
Three Mouths, 7 (
HARRIS REMEDY CO., M'fcChemists
306 N. Tenth 8t„ 8T LOUIS, MO.
VARICOCELE ài RUPTUPi

KilOiNGEE &, CCNARD CO'S
BI Al Til 1 L I t I K-lll.tMl <|IMI
ROSES
Î5 n . r G. ^ *'n , *»p»-«-lnlty • gniwingamliii-fributrn*
IIOSL8 -wed,-liver -tmng Pot Want*, u; •! !>- for
I imme.l, I-, bi . m, ttab-ly I j rurul at zll P.»l «»*« ««.
•» splendid t rtrieiie*. . rrt, ->w.aUteb-Ted lor
Ml S 12 î r -H-»; ;!-» for *j5 ; lOOfor NI2. Also
OTHER VARIETIES 1.3,* Iff FOB «1
scconling So vain.- bond f,.r our New Guide, T(! t>p
elegantly il'c-t. and civ-»«- frun ••ver.MRIün»-«: w«t*
Ad-lren*. THf lUNGUK A CONARD ( (>.,
urwew, t.reve, Ciic-it r < Pa.
NO GOODS
Our entire stock of Clothing,
Cents Furnishing Goods,
Bootsand Shoes, Hats
and Caps, etc., is
offered at
EASTERN PRICES !
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
jo sell yc» gci is at jour wn price We
nave only one price for all aud guaiautee
the same to be lower than any house in
Montana is offering the same goods for.
We allai I be pleaned to have you rail
and examlar oar good* and prlrra be
fore purchasing risen here.
I
BOM l CO.
DON'T SHOOT!
Bat If yon do. wave money by buying
the best good* al the
HELENA ARMORY!
SPECIALTIES:
Sharpe's, Winchester,
Marlin »ud Ballard
Kifles ; Parker, Colt's
ami Bamfctetaa Bhaai h
and Muzzle Ixtading
Sheri Guns; Mervin A
Hulltert. Colt'* and 8. A
W. Revolvers.
Wholesale and retail dealer in Arms, Ammuni
tion, Tobaccos, Cigars, Fruit*, notion*, etc.
dly-ianl M. MI.VKKMAN.
ATTENTION!
Farmers a nd G ardener«.
If you want tried and reliable
GARDEN SEEDS,
Go or send to H. M. PARCHES & OO., lending
druggist*. Helena, Montana, and buy
Landreth'a.
They have been tried with unvarying success
for eighteen year* iu Montana, c iuarantee«i
fresh ami true to stm. Put up in sealed
packages, with direction* for culture, and sold
at strictlv grower* r*t*logue prices. Price
List and Landreth'» illustrated catalogue and
almanac furnished on application. Extra clean
and fresh Timothy sad Bed Top Clover.
Hungarian. Millet and Blue Gras*, in quantities
at prie«* defying «-ompetition. Vlek'a Flower
Heeds in great variety.
H. M. PÄRCHEN A 00.
laterttotlottol Hotel. Corner Main and
Bridge street*, Helena. N. T.
Table the beat in the city. Transient rates. 12 to
83 per day. according to location of room*. Daily
arrival and departure* from this hotel of all the
I'nited State* Mail coache*. My pri«-e* are not a*
low as some of the second-cla** hotel*, but are
reasonable, and knowing my ability to please the
first-class trade. I guarantee satisfaction to all.
Will be pleased to see the traveling public in
general.
wly-ian!2 MAX 8KLOWER.
K. PRESCOTT. Helena. Montano.
• DEALER IN
MARBLE!
oice
Block.
jayjejj^
LEGAL BUNKS
For the use of Lawyers, Justices of
the Peace, Conveyancers, Survey
ore, Agents, Owners and Les
sors of Real Estate, Sic.
THE HERALD ha* In Stock the following
blank*. They are neatly printed, with rc«l ruling
tor a Irorder. The form* 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 :
IMMTRICT COI'BT BLANK8.Affidavit for
Attachment; Undertaking on Attachment; Writ
ot Attachment; Noth« Appeal ; Undertaking on
Apireal ; Affidavit for Publication of Summons ;
Order for Publication of Summon*; Affidavit',
Order and Notice for Examination of Witnesses;
Undertaking on Claim and Delivery <>f Personal
Property; Execution ; Deposition ; Sheriff "a Sale;
Summon*.
«KN URAL B! % MiS. - Dec)- Warranty ;
Deed-Bargain and Sale; Deed-Quit Claim ; iHed
—Mining Claim ; Notieeof Iah hiioii Quartz ; Ap
plication for Patent ; Ortiflcate of in«« r|H>ration;
Mortgage; Chattel Mortgage ; Assignment of
Mortgage : Power of Attorney; Lett-e ; Bond;
Bill* of Sale.
PKK'EOFABOVE BLANKS—10 cU. each; 13
for S 1.00; 100 for £7.00. On orders for 300 blanks
tSI4.00) and upward*, a discount of 25 per <xnt.
will be allowed. Postage paid on ail orders by
mail.
Ai.sO.THK POIXOWIKO Ruvx* OX HAKT» AT J5.00
Pr.K Hl'KItEEtt W ITH *A9fEDl*COt'Xr OX Ot.UKBS
KOK 200 :
FOB Jl STICK « OI KT.—Writ r.f \ .. li
ment ; Undertaking on Attachment ; AtllUavit for
Attachment ; Summons; Summons for Juror;
SuhpQ'fia; Bounty Certificate* {wild animal«. I
K4>K DISIICI4 I 4 4M KT.—Summon* for
Juror; Subpoena.
Aekoftwledgineiit*. " Man ami Wife," £1.00 per
kindred; Acknowledgment* "8: t,»; le," 12.30
|»er' hundred. Twenty-five per cent, discount on
orders 300 and upwarri*.
Addre** FISK BU08.. Helena, M. T.

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