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v si. I*mil Tramp Arknnwlpdfr* the Commi««iun ol Murder l.n«t Mum» mer in Montaaa. The HERALD of Jum 17,1*84. contaiiied the following • SHOT HEAD. Kdwarda, »'so lives in Ogden and is em ployed by the U. I*. K. k. as a brakesman, was shot after leaving I leer Lodge by some inknown |>arty. and was lotind dead on toj> of a box car in the circus train this morning. It must have tieen done by a malicious |ierson, as he is a stranger in this part of the country. Such was all that was ever developed in regard to the murder, and the deed was «peedily forgotten. It was committed on the train that was bringing Coie^l circus froin Kutte to Helena, and was only a small item in the sensatioual events that were rile last summer, such as the hanging of horse thieves, the bolding up of stage coaches, and the finit capture of Con Mur phy. Now, however, the event is quickly recalled to memory by the following con fession of a tramp in Minneapolis, who gave himself up to the authorities there last Sunday, accusing himself of mur der. He was jailed promptly, and made the following confession to a re porter, which was published in the last mimtier of the Pioneer Pre »« ; "I mur dered a hrakeman on the Utah »V Northern narrow gage last summer. I was with Cole's circus when it went up into Mon tana. We left < >gden, and before we got to Garrison 1 committed the murder. 1 was lying down under a circus wagon, w hich was on a platform car, when a brake man came along and wanted me to jiay him for riding. I told him 1 was one of the circus meu, but lie said that was too thin, and asked me for money. I told him that I would not give him any, and we began to quarrel. He struck me, or struck at me several times, and at one time came near pushing me oif the car. I told him if he did not leave me alone 1 would shoot him. He made another pass at me. The train was going at a good rate and I knew he woo'd push me oil'the train. When be came at me I drew my revolver and fired, the ball taking effect in his body. He then climbed upon a box car and died. We went into Garrison and thence irto Boze man, where I escaped. I have been work ing around Grand Forks, Ardock and Minto, l>ak., in the harvest tields. I knew they were after me at Wall peton. Some time ago I came to St Paul, where I worked at odd jobs. A week ago 1 came to Minneapolis and have bad a hard time to get along." The fellow said his name was Murphy. He looked anxious ami worried and said his uneasy conscience compelled him to de liver himself up and make a clean breast of the deed. A C ONFIOKNCK H\> b oik- III« \ ictiin lo the Time of llfid and Get» off Sent Free with the Money. It would seem that no mau of this age would lie so greeu und gullible as to be taken in by the device to escort money so flimsy and transparent as the one we arc aiiout to relate; but the circumstance only proves that the "fools are not all dead" yet aud that those men who are too obtuse to take a hint will have to lie kicked In-fore they tumble—in other words learn from their own experience what they cannot led ace from that of others. Last Tuesday night, on board the regu lar west bound passenger train on the Northern Pacific, a well dressed mau who was traveling with a friend (his confeder ate» seemed to lie in great distress because his friend was pushing him for money which he said he had loaned him. Kx perieneed travelers at once put the two down as sharpers and kept an eye ou them. The scene trau spired in the tirst class passenger day coach on hoard the train tietweeu here and. Garrison. Kharjier No. 1 , who worked his game pretty well and w as ably seconded by No. 3, who urged him continually for the money, finally took a seat beside a mau from Livingston, who said he worked in a saw mill there* The Livingston duck was a rustic, verdant looking chap, which tact, no doubt, led to his selection by the confederates. No. 1 -harper explained the exigencies of his case, representing that his companion, w ho was to get off at Garrison, was pressing him for money ami must have it. At the -ame time he displayed a check for $200 on a bank at Spokane Falls, which he offered to discount for $100 if any one would cash it for him. The Livings on greeny, thinking he would play smart and make $10 by the turn of his hand, took out his pocket book and ojiened it. The sharper sei/.ed it and counted out the mouey himself, after which he returned it to the owner with the check. The men then separated and the Livingston man began to «peak of his investment and show the check to * he other passengers. They at once pronounced it worthless, and, on learning this the victimized bumpkin be gan a sean h for the sharper with "blood in bis eye." They met in the rear of the car, and when the sharper saw his game was discovered he led out with a I»old stroke by snatching the check from the hands of the Livingston man and tore it up before the eyes of all, saying at the same time that he would have him arrested for stealing the check. This made the Liviugstouer furious aud he went for the fellow unanimously. A general veuille ensued in which the sharper got a first rate pounding, after which he escaped into the Pullman car and hid himself. The l>a««engers now demanded the arrest of the -harper and a search was at once com menced for him. He was found and taken n charge by the conductors, who kept him iu the end of the car, away from the other passengers. They hail an altercation with him :u hearing of the passengers, but with what result uoImkIv knows. At all events, as th; train slowed up liefore reaching Garrison, the fellow slipped off the hind platform of the car and escaped, still carrying the money with him. The Livingston man went on to his destination minus $ 1 (J 0 , a "sadder but a wiser man." , flokal had e lire«» of its Beautiful and Attractiv Interior. Seldom it ever before have we seen as lieantiful a display of embroidery, fancy work, painting, etc., as that which adorned the interior of Floral Hall at the Fair grounds this year. The four exhibitors who carried off the preni iiims lor general display in the ladies' department, each preaeuted a gallery of art *n the small space in which their exhibits were conlined. Painting on canvas.«, china placques. etc., and every kind of decorative art was represented by able specimens of each description; while the lieauty of em broidery and fancy work displayed was only equalled by the artistic excellence with which the work was done. The large collection of lieautiful things in fact is be wildering to the visitor when tirst enter- ( ing the hall, and he is at a loss for a time as to what particular part of the exhibit should first command his attention; but gradually the lieauty of the loveliest as serts itselt and draws the visitor to a closer inspection of its excellence. It were impossible as well as vain for us to attempt to particularize the Floral Hall exhibit ami give the names of all the exhibitors. They all deserve the meed of praise tor making the hall so attractive with the specimen.« of their handiwork. As to descrilie each exhibit and render a just tribute to its excelleuce. that would lie imiMMsihle as well as entailiuga critical optuion from the descrilier; and as the judges have already issued their pronu- j ciamento, it would l»e needless to ratify and ungracious to dissent from their choice. 1 -Suffice it to say that to detail the exhibit ! of the ladies' department would detract uoue whatever from the lieauty of the whole. It is a lieautiful display, a large display, aud one creditable in its magnitude aid worth to the fair ladies of Helena, its originators and exhibitors. The home department com pares lavor- 1 ably with the other iu size au«l excellence of exhibit, the dowers ami other features iu the same department adding no little to the lieanty of the whole. The tempting array of jellies, preserves, cakes and choice jiastry of all kinds, makes the spectator i wish while ga/ing upon them that he were among the judges upon *ae tasting committee: but the remembrance of the wrath he would provoke should he err in ; awarding the prizes in the opinion of the 1 fair exhibitors, reconciles him to the fact 1 that he is only a looker on. The agricultural department has an un- j usually large and unexpected exhibit for th»* early in the season. The vegetables on exhibition, grown this year, are large enough aud tine en#igh to demonstrate the unsurpassed excellence of Montana's farm products. Never liefore has the poultry exhibit been so large. Every coop in the building was utilized, and many new ones had to lie made to accommodate the numlier of iowls brought out for exhibition. As a whole, the exhibit at this year's Fair was the finest ever seen ujsin the grounds. What with thoroughbred stock, of which there were many varieties, ex cellent vegetables, tine poultry, lieautiful dowers, lovely paintings, handsome em broidery, and what not, the exhibition this year at Montana's Fair will rank ou a par with any display that can be made between the Missouri river and the Pacific Ocean. I«et the eminent success of this exposition lie a spur to greater accom- ( plishments iu years to come. The Naturalization Law*. Washington, August 28.—An interest ing point in connection with the naturaliz ing law s baa just been settled by the .Secre tary of the Iuterior in dis]iosing of the case of Boss vs. Poole. Boss made a pre-emp tion filing while an alien, supposing that the declaration of the intention of his : father, who had not lieeu naturalized, was sufficient to qualify him to pre-empt ujsin attaining his majority. Before he discov ered his error and tiled again for the tract Poole made a homestead entry upon it. 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Cat IXEliENA ■CtJ tsy7s€JJ AND W € T ENGLISH TRAININGSCHOOL' t'oracr Sixth Avenue suit Mnin Slrn-t, lloleiiK. Muiilnuii. Reopen« Tuesday, September 1, UK. aud will continue throughout the year. A practical school for young men and women. Col'RSK or Rl-DT. Commercial. Stenographic. Typewriting prrpar* atory or Engliah. Pen Art, Crayon, and Architect ural Drawing. TLe same text-books and manner ol instruction are used here as in the leading Hav Ajrr and Stsattos (bannernal (b Hegt» In the United State*. Even log S ession* from October lo April. PENMANSHIP and BOOKKEEPING, STENOGRAPHY, a specialty. Bend for New Circular, givlngcoursc of study, rates of tuition, etc. Addre«* H. T. KNGKLHOLN. or 1 . . K. O. RAI LBBACK. I Principals, dAwly-*epl7 Helens Montana. Walter W. DeLac v. Dep. U. K. Mineral Surveyor. Johs Becetox, Civil Engineer and Notary Public DeLACY & BRUNT0N, CIVIL ENGINEER* AND HIEVET. ORA Mineral Surveying. Irrigation Work, Sewerage and Water Supply of towns, and general Engi neering and Surveying. Terms moderate aud satisfaction guaranteed. Offices, st. I»ui* Block. dawly-my -No. IfitB.j FIRST NATIONAL BANK. OF HELENA. ORGANIZED IN 1866. Designated Depository of the United States. Pald-I'p Capital........... nurplna nnd Prslls,. •500,000 „ * 00,000 8 . T. HAUSER, President, ____ A. J. DAVIS, Vice-President. B. W. KNIGHT, Cashier, _ „ T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, Aas't Cashier. Board of Directors 8 T. MAUSER JOHN C. CURTIN. A. M. HOLTER, R- H. HAMILTON. ÎNO. H. MING, C. P. HIGGINS, F W KNIGHT. A. J. DAVIS. T It KLKJNSCHMIDT, HENRY M PÄRCHEN T. C. POWER. Aaaoriated Ranks: FIRST NATIONAL, - Fort Benton, Montana. M1SHOULA NATIONAL, - Miseoulo, Montano. FIRST NATIONAL, - - Putts, Montana. General BANKING Bu*iaes* Tranaacted. JMTEREST r ID OX TIME DEPOSITS. : ' NORTHFIELD, MINN. FALL TERM opens Sept 9, 1885, The « ourses ore CLASSICAL. LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC. ENGLISH-ACADEMY, AND MUSICAL. Be»ide* Preparatory sud Post-Grad uat« Studie«. Open to student* of either sex. K» pen «es very low. For catalogue and circulars, add re*« f k UL*u U .Tti,\ »» diawrw-uugia JAMES W. STRONG. President. STATE SCHOOL OF MINES. GOLDEN COLORADO. Fall Term Upens, Sept. 23d, 1885. Complete course* in CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERING. Special courses in Assam. Chemical Analysis and Snr WÈL The Laboratories and Assay Rooms for practical instruction, are the most com plete of any in the West. TUITION Fn.EE For catalogue address BEGIN THAI TEXET, President, - dawly-inyl Golden, Colorado. ïïrsüline Grat of the Holy Family At Sitinl Prier'« Nlwinu, near Fort Nhaw. ■. T.. WILL REOPEN ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST. This institution is situated iu one of the most 1>e;iutiful location* in Montana, under the direc tion of the I'rsullne Nuns, for the purpose of affording the young girls every advantage for obtaining a solid and useful education. Tuition free. Board.Sin per month. For further particulars address MOTHER SUPERIOR, d.'w.t u Jm-augl 6 Fort Shaw M. T. St. Peter's Mission Boarding School For Bons. Indi p the «II reel Ion of the Father« of the Nooielj of Je«u«. WILL REOPEN ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1ST. The ohieet of this institution is to afTord means of a solid, moral, meutal and physical education to hoys. Tuition free. Board,SlOper month. For further particulars apply to REV. J. DAMIAN!. S. J., Ft. Shaw. M. T., or to REV. C. IMODA, S. J., Helena, M. T. d.'w.tw.'in auglti _ St. Vincent's Academy, IIcIoua, Montana, CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF CHARITY. This !n«ti ution. offering pecular advantages lo young ladies wishing to m-clveaÿioîld, refined and i hri-lian ■ -location, will o|a-n the hr-t Mon day In '»«•pteniber. Forcutalogue and particulars a-t-il- M .,« above dlïw.i w I m-augl9 General Merchandise, STOCK AND STORE iy<>n sale. One of the finest locations in the Terri tory. Best of reasons for selling. Address E. J. MORRISON. dawtf-jyin Philbmok, Meagher Co., Mont. MONTANA NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA. Organized November, 1882. C. A. BROADWATER, A. ti. CLARKE, • • • E. NHARPE, .... • - . President Vice-President • » « Cashier UNITED NT ATEN DEPOSITORY. Paid Cp Capital.......... Nurplna and Prslls.. .•250,000. .... *3,000 DIRECT«» RN: 8 . C. A 8 HBY. B. F. POTTS. N. H. WEBSTER. HERMAN GANN. RF. GALEN. 8 . H. CROÜN 8 E. C. W. CANNON. R. B. HARRISON. A. H. WILDER. dAw-ianl of St. Paul. DR. C. K. COLE. once nt residence. Grand St.. Helena, Office Hour»—12 m. to 3 p. m. Telephons, No. 7A dawtf-sugll SECOND NATIONAL BANK* HELENA, HONT. Doss a General Banking business. Bells Foreign Passage Tickets. Paj * id Saving Deposits, roeslve prompt and Faithful Tims and Coll «étions Has a Savings Department. THE ONLY SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN MONTANA DIRECTORS: E. D. Edgkbtok, E. S. Eoubxtok. St. Paul, president. Vice-President. Cham. F. Elus. Cashier. i. B. Sakfosd, Gaoaag Burg, Chas. K. Cour, Cnnta. Encr. 1-1 JB-dAwly ___ Helena and White Sulphur Springs Stag« and Express Line. Beginning July 1, 1 S*5. coach«** will run tri weekly from Helena, \-ia Canyon Ferry, White's — . . . — • - - - — - .-«- r Spring*. and Fri Gulch and Ft. 1-ogan to White Sulphur Spring*, leaving Helena Mondays, Wednesdays and Kri days at 6 a. in.; returningaltemaiedays, leaving Ib«, kJ ... —2 __— A a, ta __. 1 allaniiatl the Spring* at 6 a. m. Éapecial attention will lie given to Kgpreaa .Hatter and prompt deliv ery of the same guaranteed. Office at Jno. T. Murphy A Co.. Agent*. Helena, M. T. Court Sheriff, Canyon Ferry. Manager. dAwtl-je23 I ' WIGKES LIVERY AND FEED STABLES, ELLIS & BEBENDES Proprietors. Parties desiring to visit Gregory. Comet. Molly McGregor, Elk korn Jefferson City, Ronlder. or Claney Hot Nprlnga, Or other points in Jefferaon county, on pleasure or business, will be supplied with Nullable Rig« at a Moment** Notiee. Everythin* new and First-class, and charges reasonable. dim a wlt-jyJI Notice of Final Entry. U. 8 . Land Office. Helena, M. T., July 29th. lsa-V N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow ing named settler ha* filed notice of her in tention to make final proof in support of her claim, and that said proof will be made hefore the Register and Receiver et the U. S. 1-and Office at Helena, Montana. September II 1«»'>, viz: Kliaabetk Nekusldl. widow of John M. Schmidt, deceased, who tn bin lifetime, made tnmicMtead application No. 1,722, tor the N JjN W , section *. S 1 ., S W 1 , section 1, township JU iiortb. range 4 west. She names the following Williame* to prove her continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Dion J. Hogan and Philip A. Manix, of Augusta. M. T., John T. Ellis, of Sun Hiver. M. T , aud Alexander Pam liruii. of Fort Shaw, M. T. w 6 t-aug 6 F. ADKINSON. Register. Notice of Final Entry. U. 8 . Land Office. Helena. M. T., July 23. 1885. N otice is hereby given that the follow ing named «eitler has filed notice of hi« in tention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that aaid proof will lie made before Warren C. Gillette, Notary Public in and for Lewisitnd Clarke county, at Dearltom, V. T., on Semptcmlier itb 1 ««■'•. \ i/. Stephen \alen Hue, w h. made pre-eni|>tion déclarai« rv state ment No. ti,t>7u for the S 1 _. of the S K *, ..ml the K ' ^ of s W of section 2. fbwnahip 17 north of range 5 west. He name* the following w itnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, at d cul tivation of said land, vis: William Gordon. Anthony H. Key. Paul E Fey and The-jdore Busch, all of Dearliom. M T. w-t-j_ W. A DKINSON. Register. Notice of Final Entry. U. 8 . Land Office, Helena. M. T„ July 25th. 1885. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow i»K named settler ha* filed notice of his in tention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will la- made ia-fore James K. Kanouse. Notary Puhlk* in and for Meagher county, Montana, at Townsend, M. T., on Septem lier >th. IOCS, viz: Analem Parker, who made pre-emption declaratory statement No. 5,816, for lot 4 section 1», lot* 1 ami 2 section 19, tow nship S north oi range 2 east, and S E V K NE 1 4 nation 21 . township » north, range 1 ea«t. He names the following witneime« to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Ahner G. Steiner. Harvey L Kune. Charles H. la-fever and Benedict Klinlter, all of Canton, M. T. wbt-jyai F. ADKINSON. Register. Notice of Final Entry. U. 8 . Land Office, Helena, M. T., Julv >.>Ui. isv>. > T OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the follow« N Ing uame<] settler has lilal notice of his in icntion to make final proof iu supiairt of hi* claim, and that naid proof will tie made liefore D. G. Warner. Prolmte Judge of Jefferson coun ty, Montana, at Boulder, M T . on .\ugii»t 22« I. 1 ««■'>. via: William Huiler. who m«t<i« home stea«l application No. 1.307, for the N N W \ 4 . W N E y 4 section 32, township 6 north of range 4 west. He names the following witnesne* lo prove his continuous residence upon aud culti vation of said land, viz: Hugh W. Curvin. John T. Holt. George A. Douglas and James Poore, all of Boulder, M. T. « m y F. ADKINSON. Register. Notice of Final Entry. U. 8 . Land Office. Helena. M. T. July 3d, Isn'i. N otice i> hereby given u.hi the follow ing named «eitler ha* filed notice ot her in tention to make final proof In support of her claim, and th.it said proof will lie made liefore D. G. Warner. Probate Judge, at HouMer City. M. T., ou August 15th, l»«.'», viz: « ereil» W ick Int m. w bo ma«le pre-emption declaratory statement No. *'.,»»: lor the S E I -1 > E 1-4 section 12, township 4, north of range 3 west. She names the following witnenaes to prove her Continuous residence upon ami cultivation ot said land, viz: Mathias W. Wetter, James Hagan, Richard Swarhrick, A!»el C. t^uaiulance, of Boulder City, M. T. « - : F. ADKINSON. Reg!-'- - Notice of Final Entry. U. S. Laud Offi<e, Helena. M. T., August llth. lwc>. N OTICE I 8 HEREBY GIVEN that the follow ing named settler has filed notice of hi* in tention to make final proof iu support of his claim, and tiiat said proof wilj lie made before J. A. Harri*. Justice of the Peace, in aud for Meagher county, Montana, at Chestnut, M. T., on Seitteiuber 2ii. 1»V>. viz : Greely II. Otim. who made pre-emption dccl..' Jtory statement, for the S 1 , N W *- 4 , N V 4 S W 1 , section 8 , town ship 17 north of range 1 east, lie uaine* the fol lowing witnesses to prove his continuous resi dence upon and cultivation of said laud, xiz: Merrit Carter, Myron McDaniel, ICtiwin K. James and i.airge Coulsou, all of Chestnut, M. T. WR awgi* K. ADKINSON. Register. Notice of Final Entry. U. S. Lund OfTice, Helena. M. T., August llth, 1HS5. N otice is hereby given that me follow ink named settler ha« filed notice of hla In tention to make final proof in support of hi* claim, und that said proof w ill he made before T. G. Woods, Notary Publie in ami for lewis and Clarke county, Montana, at Florence, M. T., on September l»th, l»«.'», viz: William J. Bing ham. who made pre-euiptio'i <la-laratorv state ment No '-,»1». for Ibe S Ç N W C, S N I. section 27. township JU north of range 7 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of said land, viz : Joseph S. Hennelterry, of Flor ence, M. T., Phil. A. Maaix, of Argenta. M. T., Richard Welliuau aud Dewitt W. C. Holbrook, of Cecil. M T. w6t-augl3 _ F. ADKI NSON. Register. Notice of Final Entry. U. 8 . Land Office, Helena, M. T., June 22 « 1 . l>w">. N otice is hereby given m*t the follow ing namai settler has filed notice of his in tention to make final proof in support of hia claim, «nd that said proof will be made before the Register and Receiver of the U. 8 . Land Office at Helena. Montana, on July 31at 1M85, viz : Mlrhel Moloney, who|made homestead a|> plication No. 1.913. for me 8 E 1-4 S W 1-4 sec tion 3). N E 1-4 N W 1-4. W N W 1-4 na tion 2», township lo north of range 6 west. He names the following witn es ses to prove hi« continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz : Philip A. Manix, Roliert Gilbert. L. K. Fortune, of Augusta, M. T., aud Shirley C. Ashby, of Helena, M. T. wk J «M__r_ADKINSON. Register. Money for Miners. A. M. Ealer will buy Gold, Silver, and Lead ores, in any quantity, from one ton upward, either upon the dump, or delivered at hia samp ling rooms in Helena, and will pay cash as soon aa the assay value is determinal. Certain classes of ores, ranging in value as low as twenty-five ounces in silver per ton desirable. Send sample» of ore (with express charge» prepaid) for price liai. Assaying solicited, no charges for the same from prospectors. Office at Grand Central Hotel Sampling and assay rooms at Stedman'a foundry. June 1st, 18»«. A. M. ESLEK. <Lkwtf-my 2 DR. MINTIE, THE SPECIALIST, No. 11 Kearay Nt.. Nan Fraarlsrs, Cal. Treat* all Chroeic. Sp» iai. a*d Private Dl» EARS» WITH WORDERFI L Sl'tVEM. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY I a certain cure for xn DgRILtTY, Lost A 5 HOOI>, PROSTATOK IOKA. and all the evil sets ot youthful follies excesses, and in OtlXXim IXTOXIC ATISG ql'ous. DR.MINTIE, who is a regular pby-i [oian, graduate of-the University of Penusyl ia, will agree to for $5U0 lor a case ol this kind the Vital Rlstorativk - under his *|>ecia advice and treatment« will not cure. $1.30 a hot tie. or four times the quantity M, sent to any ad dress on re-.-eipt of price, or C. O. D. in private nattn- if desired, by DR. MINTIE, 11 Krarsy St.. 8 . F.. Cal. Send for list oi questions aud pamphlet. SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE will he «ent to any one applying by letter, stat Htnct secrecy in re ing symptoms, sex and age. gard to ull business transactions. dawly-my7 i I i ' nmuKi } k»TiBLisau i»iu 1 186 8 «û CHICAGO, ILL. / CLASS 8T. Ths Kegxlar, Old-Eiubliihed PHTSICUX A SURGEON U Ifill tmtiag vitk th« imtMt KILL MO 8UGCE88 YOU F TE ______MEN, MIDDLE-AGED MEN and all persons who by their own acts ol Impru dence or Folly at any period of life have brought upon themselves, the evil effects following closely upon ths heels of transgression of the laws 0 « nature, should consult the celebrated Dr.Clarke at once. Remember! 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PIERCE'S FsTaECTEO-WAOXETICl ÜELT -% (îAhMit Utmly KiilUrjr, entirwl/ di!Tr*rri»t fr»ui »11 fotbrr o««f*liaaoM.< It givt«xn lki#etri«C s r«»tit with or • i ù l>i* cu* • t*r Dials* tre frtii « aiw-w*«liijr fotril iw-noforwintlF rwwrd. if Klretrlf Att* )«fisuf) fffineu f.iniiâbmi ln« ul clwm U rt e n |»t 11 • «BN j ru» let, tcetiiuouiAli, etc.. («•r»«nM tosuf aiUmi. MAGNETIC ELASTIC TRUSS COMPANY, 704 Sacramwnto St., cur Kr<irn ¥ , Saw frame tec a. C*i BUPTUBE v ' c ur e d la 80 to 90 Dr Pierre « Palewt .——JO Xlaatio Truss. s ____ all others. Pwrfbot Retail mr, and >• wore ^witheawand comfort night snä day Cured the re u owr ge d Dr. J. Sinuna of New York« A hundreds ot athera. New I Rostrated-- ..------. ^'L'ri^areioo. .CM. d*wly-jy30 DEALERS IN Mech*mcs' Tool*, Mill Supplied, Belt ing, Brass Goods and Pipe Fitings, Battery Screen, Steel Wheel barrows, Iron, Steel, Pipe and Heavy Hardware. Disston's Celebrated Circular Saws, and Rival Steam Boiler Feed Pumps. Agent* for Atlas En and Leffel Double es and Boilers, ine Water Wheels. Catalogues Furn isbed on application. A1JJO MANUFACTURERS OF LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS, STORE FRONTS, ETC. wy l-angl3 (■«oils Sold at Wholesale Only. THE UNION Near N. P. R. R. Depot, Helena, M, T. The only exclusive Jobbin, House in Montana. Grocers an dealers in all k<nds of hoavy staples. We can name low prices on Fence Wire, Ronnd or Flat Barb, both painted and galvan ized, Also, on Salt, Nails, Coal Oil, Lime, and Cement. Depot for Arbnkle Bros. Roast ed Coffees. . SPECIAL ATTENTION TO FARMERS. We pay cash for all kinds of Grain, Flonr, Bran and Shorts, and Baled Hay. THE UNION WAREHOUSE CO. applies prices on car lots, delivered at any point on N. P. R. R.. Storage solicited at very low rates. , JOHN R. ORE«. MITT. CARROLL. JOHN R, DREW & CO, 8 u«-ea*ors to and Proprietors of the MUAE.\ BOOT AND SHOE STORE. - Sign of the Dig Boot ! MAIN STREET, - - - HELENA. Uarrie*. constantly, a very large stock of the liest Hoot* and 8 h«e*. for the wholesale and re tail trade. Hpecial attention given to order# by until, tnd satisfaction guaranteed. Theconttn ued liliernl patronage ot friend* all over Moi I« respectfully solicite«!. « !>«•■(.!* ATTENTION ! Farmers a nd C ardeners. If you want tried and reliable CARDEN SEEDS, Go or send to II. M. PÄRCHEN it CO., leading druggist*. Helena, Montana, and buy I.MiMtrelh'a. They have been tried with unvarying succe«» for eighteen year* in Montana. Guaranteed Irewh and I me to nnme. Put up In sealed package*. « ith directions for culture, and sold at «trictlygrowa-rw cntnlogii«- |»rlr«-w. Price List and Landreth's illustrated catalogue and almanac furnishal on application. Extra clean and fresh Timotll> nn«l K*-«l Top 4 loser. Hungarian, Millet and Blue tira««, iu quantities at price « defying ami petition. Vick's Flower 8 e«-d» in great variety. II. M. PAAOgN A 08 . DON'T SHOOT! Hilt If y on <!«». save monej b> buy ing III«- beat good* al the HELENA ARMORY! SPECIALTIES: Sharpe's, Winchester, Marlin and Ballard Rille«; Parker, Colts and Remington Ilreeeh and Muzzle Loading 8 hot Guns: Mervin A Hulliert. Coil's and 8 . it W. Revolvers. Wholesale and retail dealer in Arms, Ammuni tion, Tubaocua. Cigars, Fruits, notions, etc. <11 v-ianl M.MLV BBMA W. LEGALBLANKS FOK THE USE OF Uayfiujastlres of the Peace.Coateyr sneer*. Nart ey or*. Agent«, Owner* and l.ewtar* of Real Kwlale, ete. CUT THIS OUtIm REFERENCE.) THE HERALD ha* In Block the following blanks. They are neatly printed on good |«a|*-r. with red ruling for a border. The forms liave I men carefully prepared by a lawyer, are in cun fortuity with the statute* of the Territory, and are applicable to any County in Montana DISTRICT COURT BLANKS. Per doz. Notice of Appeal........................ .50 Undertaking on Appeal........... .50 Aff. ord. and notice for wit..........75 8 ut>pu;na................................ .35 8 utnmon*.................. ,50 Und. on cloin. and delivery..........50 Writ of attachment......................SO Und. on attachment................. .50 Affidavit of attachment.............. .So Aff. publication summon»............75 Ord. publication ruminons ..........50 I lepoal tion...... ........ .................75 Ex«eu tion................ .15 8 ummon» for juror......................35 JUSTICES COURT BLANKS. Warrant of arrest ...... ................50 Writ of attachment.......................'15 Und. on attachment......................'15 Suhpu-na...... . ........ 31 Summon*.............................. Ö Summoni for juror......................35 Per 100 83 on .i i»; 4 <ki 2 <«» 3 Ui 3 in x 00 3 00 3 00 4 U) 3 (Ml 4 (JO J (■» 2 UU 3 no 2 <n 2 i»J 2 (JO 2 m 2 00 REAL ESTATE ILANAS. 4 (r«i 4 (IJ 4 on 4 m 3 00 4 «»» 4 «■» 4 00 3 00 4 <«> 3 00 Bond for fle«d....,....... .78 Huit claim deed........................ .78 Warranty deed.............................75 Bargain and «ole deed..................75 l»sw....„........ 50 Mortgage....................... 75 Assignment of mortgage.............75 Mechanics lien........................ .75 MINING BURKS. Notii-e» of location (quartz )....... .50 Deed of mining claim................. ,75 Application for ptOeut................. So NICELLANEOUS BLANKS. Sheriff «ale.......... 50 3 ft) Bounty certificate «wild animal») ..V) 3 no Certificate of incorporation..........75 4 00 Bond....... . ................ 50 3 oo Acknowledgement«................. .35 2 *»» < 'Ji atte 1 mortgage.............. 75 4 ft) Bill of «ole .............. 75 4 ft) Power of attorney........................50 3iu A discourt of ten per cent, mul« on order* amounting to $5. and twenty-five per cent, on order* amounting to flO or over. Postage prepaid on all orders. 8 |>ecial forms of any blanks made to order at low price*. Checks and money orders to be made payable to FIIK IKON., Helena. M. T.