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THE CI ANT OF MEDI CINES.
The Most Effective and Popular
Remedy Ever Discovered.
117 /r is IT SO EFFECTIV
It I FEE It EXT DISE A SES?
T l T 11 '» one remedy «'an affect so many cases is this : The diseases have a cum
? T mon cause, and a remedy that can affect the cause, permanently cures all
1 he diseases. Unlike any other organ in the body, the Kidney when diseased, may
itself he free from pain, and tlie very fact that it is not painful leads many people
*o deny that it is diseased. But Medical Authorities agree that it can be far
tjonc irith disease and yet (five forth no pain, because it has few if any
nerves of sensation, and these are the only means of conveying the sense of pain ;
thus unconsciously diseased it affects the entire system. We do not open a
watch to see if it is going or is in good order: We look at the hands, or note the
accuracy of its time. So we need not ojten the kidney to see if it is diseased. We
study the condition of the system. Now then, JÎIDXEY DISE ASK produces
tny of the ftd/oiciny ( ommoii and Unsuspected
QVMPTPM^v* ache ; Unnsnat desi re to urinate at night; Flutter
0 I 111 » I UlflO. ing and pain in the heart; Tired Feelings; Unusual amount of
tircasy froth in icatcr; Irritated, hot and dry skin ; Fickle Appetite; Scald
ing sensations ; Acid, bitter taste, with furred tongue in the Morning; Headache
and Neuralgia; Abundance of pale, or scanty flow of dark-colored water ;
-our Stomach ; Heartburn with Dyspepsia; Intense pain, upon sudden excitement,
in the Small of the Back; Deposit of in aeons some time after urination;
Loss of Memory; Rheumatism, chills and fever and Pneumonia; Dropsical Swell
: ie_rs : lied or white brick dust, alita men and take casts in the icatcr: Con
stipât:« n, alternating with Looseness ; Short breath, Pleurisy and Bronchial af
fecti ns; Yellowish pule skin, etc.
These are only the chief tlisorders or symptoms caused by a diseased con
dition ut the kidneys. Now then, isn't it clear to you that tlie kidneys, being the
ause « all these derangements, if they are restored to health by the great specific
"Warner'S SAFE Cure," the majority of the above ailments will dis
appear.* There is A it M Y ST EU Y ABO L T IT. it does cure many bad states
i the system precisely as we have indicated. Now when the kidneys are diseased,
! he albumen, the lile property of the blood, escapes through their walls and passes
away in the water, while the urea, the kidney poison, remains, and it is this hid
ney poison in the blood, that, circulating throughout the entire body, affects
ecery organ, ami produces alt the a bo re symptoms.
Therefore, we sav confidently that "Warner'S SAFE Cure," is THE
y/O.s I l.fflJll If M ED/f/XE El Ell DISCO l Ell ED for the human
race. 1 1 i- the com mon reined v which, overcoming the common cause, removes the
greatest possible number of ecii effects ] rom the system. Let us note a
few of these diseases and how they are affected by kidney poison, and cured by
WARNERS SAFE CURE."
PnWQIlMDTIfiM* * M a £ r '' ;lt man .y. <ases Consumption is only the effeet of a
uUllOUIYIr 1 lUil» diseased condition of the system and not an original dis
ease ; if the kidneys are inactive and there is any natural weakness in the lungs,
the kidney poison attaeks their substance and event natty they truste,
a tray and are destroyed. Dip your finger in acid and it is burned. Wash the
linger every day in acid and it soon becomes a festering sore and is eventually de
st roved. The kidney poison acid in the blood has the same destructive effeet
upon the tongs: For this reason a person whose kidneys are ailing will have
grave attacks of J' neu mon ta in the Spring of the year,* Lung fevers, Coughs,
Cold, Bronchitis. Pleurisy, etc., at all seasons of the year. Rectify the action of
the kidneys by 44 Warner's SAFE Cure," as many hundreds of thousands
have done, and you will be surprisedat the improvement in the condition
of the /nogs,
iMDAIDtn fVP OIPUT* Kidney acid with some persons lias an especial
IlrirnlllLU Li L OIUm I ■ affinity for the optic nerve , and though we
have never urged it as a cure for disordered eye-sight, many persons have written
us expressing surprise that after a thorough course of treatment with "War
ner's SAFE C ure," their eye-sight has been vastly improved. Jn
fact, one of the best occulists in the country says that half the patients that
come to him with hail eyes, upon examination lie discovers are victims of kid
ney disorder. We have no doubt that the reason why so many people complain
of failing eye-sight early in life, is that, ail unconscious to themselves, their kid
neys bare tu en ont of order for years, and the kidney poison is gradually
ruining the system.
n n { ,IM UADITQ. It is a well-known fact recently shown anew, that opium,
UrlUlVI flMDl I 0. morphine, cocaine, whisky, tobacco and other enslaving
habits capture their victims by their paralyzing effects upon the kidneys and liver.
In these organs the appetite is developed and- sastainett, and the best au
thorities state that the habits cannot begotten rid of n ntil the kidneys
and tirer are rt stored to perfect health. For this purpose, leading medical
authorities, after a thorough examination of all claimants for the honor of being
those organs, have awarded the prize to 44 Warner's
SAFE Cure."
RHEUMATISM:
m u: a<
rond I
of flu
• ion is ran
Every reputable physician will tell you that rheumatism is
caused by an acid condition of the system. With some it is
lison ; inntliers.it is lithie acid, or liver poison. This arid
t lu/ i naeti rit tf of the I id nogs a nil U rer. false action
It affi
i.ati voting pc
ml final I v the
■I na
a-es o!
:in«.' wi
BLADDER DISORDERS:
hesitate
attributable to a deranged condition of the k.'dneys, and that they will disappear
when those organs are restored to health.
ASKVOU^FRIEND^AN^NEICHBORSWHATTHEI^THS?^^^^^
''WARNER'S SAFE CURE'
stomach 4iad food assimifatiny organs. It affects old [»copie more
aple because the acid has ljeen collecting in the system for years"
system herein oiPrelv aci«lified. These acids produce all the
of lhec.matism. * WarPSt'6 SAFE Cure " acting upon the
ivrr, neutralizing the acid and correcting their false action, cures
rheumatism. * Warner's SAFE Rheumatic Cure,"
!i the use of "Warner's s.ui: Cure" completes the work.
< iross and other high medical authorites soy
that most of the bladder diseases originate,
with fatso action of the kidneys, and urinary tract. Uric acid constantly
coursing through these organs inflames and eventually destroys the inner mem
brane, piodm ing the intense suffering. Sometimes this kidney acid solidi
fies in the kidney in the form of Gravel, which in its descent to the bladderpro
duces kidney colic. Sometimes the acid solidifies in the Bladder, producing
calculons or Stone. "Warner's SAFE Cure" has restored thousands
of cases of inflammation and catarrh ol the bladder and has effectively corrected
the tendency to the formation of gravel and stone. It challenges comparison
with all other remedies in this work. Buy to day.
■WARNER'S SAFE CURE?
PnklPfQTinW. * ongestion is a collecting together of blood in any one place.
UUNUtO I I U IM ■ If there is loss of nervous action in any organ the blood ves
sels do not allow the blood to circulate and it stagnates. If this condition exists
verv long the collecting blood clots and eventually destroys the organ . Many
persons are unconscious victims of this very common condition. The heart,
determined as it is to force blood into every part of the system, has to work harder
to get it through the clogged organ, and eventually the Heart breaks flown
and palpitation, excessive action, rush of blood to the head, distressing headaches,
indicate that the L'onycstion has become chronic and is doing damage to the
entire svstem. Congestion of the kidneys is one of the commonest of complaints
uni is the beginning of mach chronic misery. "Warner's SAFE
Cure " "ill remove it.
CLIÛIAI C PniUlDI A1MT0« What we have said about Congestion applies
iLmALL uUmiLnlfllu. with particular force to the above complaints.
They are as common as can he. and as every doctor can tell you most of them be
gin in this i ongestire condition of the system, which, not being regularly
corrected, grows into disease and produces these countless sufferings which can he
alluded to hut not described in a public print. Thousands have been perma
nently cured.
Dinnn niOnDnCDO. It is not strange that so many, many people write
DLUUU UlOUnULnO. us that since they have given themselves thorough
treatment with "Warner's SAFE Cure" their thick and turgid blood, their
heavv, blotched, irritable skin liave disappeared under its potent influence. The
kidney poison in the blood thickens it. It isjnot readily' purified in the lungs,
and the result is the impurities come out of the surface of the body, and if there
is any local disease all the badness in the blood seems to collect there.
Our experience justifies us in the statement that 4 'Warner's SAFE Cur© '
is "the greatest blood purifier known." The treatment must be very thorough.
OTfHUMPU niOnDnCDO. Manv people complainmoreor less throughout
olUmftUfl UlOUnULnO. the year with stomach disorders: Dyspepsia,
Indigestion, Waterbrash, heat and distress in the stomach, sharp pains, frequent
aches, want of appetite, lack of energy. Now, these are exactly the conditions that
will he produced in the stomach trhen the blood is filled with kidney poison:
1'cople dose themselves with all sorts of stomach reliefs, but get no better. They
never "ill get better until they give their attention toa thorough revivingof kidney
and liver action bv means of the onlv specific— "Warner'S SAFE Cure"
nnilOTIDATlhkl Dll LQ. These .distressing ailments, more common
uUlfO I I in I IUI«. I ILLOi among one class than the other, are not original
disorders, hut are secondary to i mperfect action of the kidneys and liver.
The natural cathartic is bile, which is taken from the blood by the liver. If the
liver fails the bile is not forthcoming and the person gets into a constipated habit.
This, eventually followed by pile«, is almost always an indication of congested
liver, and a breaking down of the system. Remove the congestion, revive the
liver and restore ttie kidneys by the lise of "Warner's SAFE Cur©, and
these constitutional secondary diseases disappear. _ .
Ut AnAPUCO. Many people suffer untold agonies all their lives with headache.
flLnUAUnLu. They trv every remedy in vain, for they have not struck the
cause. With some temperaments, kidney acid in the blood, in spiteof all that can
he done, w ill irritate and inflame the brain and produce intense suffering.
Those obstinate headaches which do not yield readily' to locai treatment, iua\ be
regarded quite certainly as of of kill ney origin .
THESE ARE SCIENTIFIC FACTS, Ä!S,r.ÄÄ
that the statement we make, that 44 Warner'S SAFE Cur© " is the "most ef
fective remedy ever discovered for the greatest number of human diseases,' is justi
fied. It is not a remedy without a reputation. Its sales for the past year have been
greater than ever, and the advertisingtliereof less than ever . showing mcon
testibly that the merit of the medicine has given it a permanent place and value.
People have a dreadful fear ol Bright's disease, hut we can tell them nom our
experience that it is the ordinary kidney disease that produces no pain
that is to-dav the greatest enemy of the human race: great and all powerful,
because in nine cases out of ten, its presence is not suspected by either the physi
cian nr the victim! The prudent man who finds himself year after year troubled
DAKOTA WINTERS.
Grain Fields that Reach to the Horizon
on All Sides.
[Spécial Correspondence.!
New York, Dec. 20.—I went to Dakota in
the September of last, year—harvest time in
that country. I had left Portland liehind me
a little wbilo — Portland-on-the-Goose, in
Traill county—and found myself in the midst
of a grain field that reached to the horizon in
all directions. A hlue, autumnal sky was
overhead. A soft, autumnal wind blew in
through the open windows of my car. Over
the rattle of the rails clanged the machinery
of innumerable mowers, mowing the wheat
in great, glittering swaths. I say ''innumera
ble mowers''—I mean it.
"North—wuo—oo—d," yelled the brakes
man.
I stepped out on the platform.
"So this is to bo my home, is it?" I said to
myself.
O! but. I felt lonesome and sick at heart as
I paused in front of the depot and looked
round me. It was a town of perhaps 200 in
habitants. The houses were all frame and
painted a ghastly, glaring white. They hud
dled close together, as if they were afraid of
getting lost in the illimitable green prairie
that spread off to the sky line. Not a bill
and not a hollow was visible. The plain was
as flat as your parlor floor. No foliage broke
the monotony'. In all that wild, wide land
scape no tree lent a touch of change and
beauty to the scene. The only thing that
broke the eternal sameness of the picture wa 3
the sod shanty of a farmer here and there,
supplemented by a haystack.
"VVell! Well!" I muttered, and with a
heavy heart I started for the printing office.
It was a little bit of a sbanty'.
"Is this the office of The-?" I inquired
of a dashing young fellow who sat astraddle
of a stool, picking ty r pe.
"Yes." I introduced myself. "I am just
going to press," continued the dashing young
fellow, who turned out to be the editor, pro
prietor, solicitor and compositor of the paper.
"My wife lamed her wrist this morning and
can't roll. Will you roll for me?"
I declined the distinguished honor as grace
fully as I knew how.
"We are a little crowded for room, as you
see," continued the journalist.
I didn't contradict him. The shanty had
only' one apartment, 10x20, and it served
for editorial sanctum, press room, news room,
bedchamber, parlor, kitchen and conserva
tory.
A few days later I drove out into the coun
try with the editor. We passed a sod shanty.
It consisted of a cellar six feet deep. A sod
structure of the same height was built over
it. The whole was thatched with straw. A
cave close by attracted my attention.
Winter came, and w hat surprised me most
was that the snows so common here were un
known in Dakota. The terrible blizzards
keep the prairies swept bare, save in places
where great drifts, often twenty feet high,
catch the flakes. Une night in December there
came a rain. A sudden change, and the frost
turned ttie whole prairie into a skating rink.
Cold*
Well, I should conjecture; -11 «legs, below
zero.
"Go," said I to the utility boy belonging to
the hotel, "go and bring me some wood. I'm
freezing. Go!'
"Not much, mister!"
"Why, you fractious little reprobate!" I
exclaimed. "How daro you!"
"Well, I wasn't hired in this boro hotel to
freeze, an' the man what sticks Lis nose out
doors this moniiii' is a goner. Jee-ru-sa-lem,
but it's cold."
"You rascal," I roared, picking up my cap,
overcoat and gloves, "I suppose I'll have to
do your work and pay you for doing it," and
I went out in a towering rage. I opened the
front door and couldn't see across the street.
The wind was blowing from all directions
and the falling snow blinded me as it w hirled
and curved. I stepped out, and down I went
on the wooden platform in front of the hotel.
A soft, summery zephyr came tearing along
from four directions, spun me round and
hurled and whirled me off upon the cold and
cruel ground. I struggled to rise. Mockery!
I struggled again, and w as plunged back
with a dull, unsanitary thud that made me
sick. I bowled to the hotel keeper. The pit
iless blizzard bore away my voice to the ut
termost ends of the earth, and I suppose
everybody in the world beard it but the
hotel keeper himself. Then in a slow, deadly,
remorseless way I began to crawl. I crawled
and crawled till I got on top of the platform,
I crawled and crawled till I got to the door,
and after giving it a terrible kick and find
ing myself inside, I lay panting for breath
and rubbing my hands till I was partly re
stored to my normal condition.
That's a Dakota w inter.
Will Hubbard Kerxan.
Queer Wrinkles.
"I see you have got a new trotter,
Jones," said Brown. "What do you call
him?"
"I think of calling him Theodore
Thomas!"
"What for?"
"Oh, because Thomas beats time."
HE PLEADS GUILTY.
Pompous Young Lawyer (to prisoner)—
As you Lave no counsel the court has de
puted me to defend you.
Prisoner—Am dat so?
Young Lawyer—Yes.
Prisoner (to Judge) — Den I pleads guilty,
yo' honah, an' frows inyse'f on de mercy
ob de court.
APPROPRIATE SOCP.
Pretty Waiter Girl (to regular boarder)
—What kind of soup will you have to-day,
Charley?
Charley (in a fascinating manner)—Well,
weally, I hardly know, y* know. What
kind would you advise me to take, Jennie?
Pretty Waiter Girl (innocently)—Noodle
soup, Charley.
A CRAZY TRAVELER.
Conluctor (of Pullman sleeper to porter)
— You want to watch that passenger, Sam,
I think he's crazy.
Porter—What makes you think so, boss?
Conductor—Because he didn't insist upon
having a lower berth in the midie of the
car.—New York Sun.
What Becomes of Great Thoughts.
Talking over the recent MeCosh episode
at Harvard called forth, the other day, the
following story of another Scotch divine
who visited once in the vicinity of Boston.
Besides his ministerial functions the rever
end gentleman had a fond weakness for
making incursions into literature proper.
One day, when closeted with his books and
papers, the housemaid of the family with
whom he was visiting broke in upon his
meditations with a message. The irate doc
tor sprang to his feet, and in his heat, giv
ing way to broadest accent, criei out
severe!}': "Woman, how dar ye intrude
yersel' that sudden? De ye ken me,
woman? Yer disturbing presence has ban
ished a great thought into etarnity!"
"The Lord betune us an' evil, sir!" cried
the affrighted maid. "An' how was I to
know that, or drame that them havin' great
thoughts lost 'em that aisy? But sure, sir,
if it's to eternity it's gone, you'll be like to
find it agin, plaze God!" AV ith which
naive rejoinder the humble handmaid left
the mighty doctor to cool off at his leisure.
—Boston Saturday Evening Gazette.
This Style Joke Fits Fitlier Sex.
"Are you as fond of me as you were of
vour first husband?"
"Yes, indeed, and if you were to die, John,
I'd be just as fond of my third. I'm not a
woman to care for anything but love. '
Texas Siftings.
Eugenie's Mausoleum.
The mausoleum prepared by the Empress
Eugenie at Farnborough is now almost ready
for the reception of the 1 «olios ol the late em
jieror and prince imperial.
Queer Wrinkle*.
"What luck did you have, dear?" asked tala
wife, as he returned home from a day's fish
ing.
"Splendid," he said; "just look at them."
Opening his basket he displayed a let of
sausages.
The butcher had mixed those baskets up.
A WORK OF ART.
Brown (to Robinson with a package under
his arm)—Still hunting up art treasures, I
see, Robinson. What have you got there, a
Japanese plaque?
Robinson—No, it's an American pie.
TIMELY INFORMATION.
Gus—Have you put the Important question
to old Moneybag's daughter, Jack?
Jack—No. 1 hear there is a prior attach
ment there.
Gus—You don't say so?
Jack—Yes, the sheriff has attached every
thing» the old man owns.
MUST HAVE SEEN THEM.
"Did you see the Al[»s while you wera
abroad, Miss De Lyle?" he asked.
"Oh, I think so," she replied, brightly.
"We went everywhere and saw everything."
THE FIRST BILL ALLOWED.
"Maria," said her father, "William asked
me for your hand last night and 1 consented."
"Well, pa, that's the first bill of in me you
haven't objected to."
SEEKING INFORMATION.
"Ta, why is a girl called a belle?" asked
Clara.
"Ob, I guess it's because of her tongue,"
unfeelingly replied the old man.
COLD WEATHER.
"Did you order the ton of coal?" she asked
of her husband. "We are all out."
"Yes, but the dealer wouldn't trust me. It
made me very warm, I can tell you."
"I wish it would make me warm," said the
discouraged wife with a shiver.
A GRATEFUL W'AITER.
Gentleman (to wife, after leaving restau
rant)—The waiter seemed very grateful for
the liberal tip I gave him.
Wife (senteutiously)—Very.
Gentleman—Did you overhear what he
whispered to the waiter at the adjoining
table?
Wife—Yes, part of it.
Gentleman—What was it?
Wife—Something about fools and their
money being soon parted.—New York Sun.
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AT DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS,
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Burdettes.
Stranger—And what is that large building
on the opposite corner? Guide—That? Oh,
yes; why, that's a—skating rink. Stranger
—A skating rink? And for what is it used?
Guide—It isn't occupied. Stranger—For
what purpose, then, was it erected? Guide—
B loped if I know. I don't think l ever
heal'd.
IT ONLY ATTACKS MEN.
A bold, bad boy of Illinois thrust a couple
of plugs of tobacco into a big jug of w hisky
he found in the horse sheds during a church
supper. And the next day the local physi
cians reported seventeen cases of ice cream
poisoning, all men, and the poor women who
made the ice cream cried their innocent eyes
out about it.
CAUGHT IN THE ACT.
When King Charles was quite a young
man he one day asked one of his wise coun
selors "What is the difference between a bank
and a clock?" "Oh, most wise and gracious
prince," replied the counselor, "when a clock
is wound lip it goes, ami when a bank is
wound lip it"— But what happened? The
English people rose up in their might and
cut his neck off at each end. Go thou and do
likewise when you hear a man talk like that.
—it. J. Burdette in Brooklyn Eagie.
American Contributions Abroad.
A cursory glance over the list, of contribu
tors to Longman's Magazine discloses eight
American writers, namely: John Bur
roughs, Mr. Matthews, Edgar Fawcett,
Charles G. Lolaiul, Bret Harte, W. J. Hender
son, Mr. Howells and Henry James. Three
others—Grant Allen, W. Clarka Russell and
Julian Sturgess—might almost be designated
as American writers.—New Orleans Times
Democrat.
LADIES
44 How to permanently remove Nupurfluou« Hair."
" How to reduce Huperfluou« Flenn lö pounds a mouth.**
4 * How to develop the Bust aofettttMUy."
4 ' How Lean Ladle* may »peedily become Stout."
fTr*Dencribe your oa**» fullv, and s**ud 4 ceots for aealed
lus true lions* YViLCOX SPECIFIC CO., Phlla.. Pa.
"These Specifics stand alone in the present condition of
medical science.'* Scientific limes.
wl yeoi - decl__
SUMMONS.
In the District Court of the Third Judicial Dis
trict of the Territory of Montana, in and for the
county of Lewis and Clarke.
Eiueliue Reynolds, plaint iff, 1
versus ^ SUMMONS.
Hiram Reynolds, defendant. J
The people of the Territory of Montana send
greeting to the above named defendants :
\ r OU ARE HEREBY REQUIRED to appear
in an action brough- against you by the
al»ove named plaintiff in the District Court of the
Third Judicial District ot the Territory of Mon
tana, in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke,
and to answer the complaint filed therein, with
in ten days (exclusive of the day of service,)
after the service on you of this summons, if
served within this county; or, if served out of
this county, but in this district, within twenty
days; otherwise within forty days, or judgment
by default will be taken against you, according
to the prayer of said complaint.
The said action is brought to obtain a decree of
said court dissolving the bonds of matrimony
existing between said plaintiff' and defendant,
and granting an absolute divorce to said plain
tiff', and giving to plaintiff the care, custody and
education of Harriet I. Reynolds, Orah J. Rey
nolds and William R. Reynolds, all minor chil
dren of said marriage, and for general relief, as
more fully appears by plaintiff's complaint on
And you are hereby notified that if you fail to
appear and answer the said complaint, as above
required, the said plaintiff' will apply to the said
court for the relief in said complaint demanded.
Given uoder my hand and the seal of the I)is
_*_, u-iet Courtof the Third Judicial District
I ) of the Territory of Montana, in and for
j seal, j the county of Lewis and Clarke, this
W-,— « Pith day of Deeemt»er, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-six.
B. H. TATEM, Clerk.
By C. G. REYNOLDS, Deputy Clerk.
wdee23 30-jan6-13 _
Est rayed.
One large brown mare, branded '*T*' on right
shoulder, and with crooked feet. Î20 reward for
delivery to Can von Ferry, or lilieral pay for any
information that will lead to recovery
COURT SHERIFF.
d6Aw4t-dec20 Canyon Ferry.
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tried remedies and doctors' prescriptions to no
purpose until 1 commenced taking CfTH i ra
Remedies, and now i am entirely cured.
E. T. PARKER, :f79 Northampton St., Boston.
ITCHING, SCALY. PIMPLY.
For the last year I have had a species of itcli
ing, scaly and pimply humors on my face to
which I have applied a great many methods of
treatment without success, and which was speed
iiy and entirely cured by (Tticcka.
MRS. ISAAC PHELPS, Ravenna, O.
no medicinTlike them.
We have sold your Cttiit ra Remedies forthe
last six years, and no medicines on our shelves
give better satisfaction.
C. F. ATHERTON, drufigitt, Albany, N. Y.
cuticurTrëmedies
Are sold everywhere. Price: Cuticura, 50cents;
Resolvent, J1.00; Soap, 25cents Prepared by the
Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Boston, Mass,
Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases."
f Dll DC Pimples,Skin Blemishes, and Baby
UnUDO, Humors, cured by Cuticura.
I ACHE ALL OVER.
Neuralgic, Sciatic Sudden, Sharp
, and Nervous Pains, Strains end Weak
ness relieved in «me minute by
the C'lilienrn Anti-Pain Plan
ter. New and perfect. At druggisst,
25 cents ; live for $1. Potter Drug and
Chemical Company, Boston.__
FARM LOANS.
We will undertake the negotiation of
three to five years loans on improved farms
in Montana. We desire a select class of
mortgages, and upon such the rate of in
terest will be made satisfactory. Corres
pondence solicited.
References—First National Bank, Helena.
WALLACE. STYLES;& THORNBURGH.
IXolona, •* _ Montana.
MANHOOD
RESTORED
The reason that Thousandscivinot yet cured of
SEiilSAL WE ARSES S, LOSS OF MAS
BOOL, and the result of abuse, disease or excesses,
is otri nj to a complication called PROS TA TOR
RHEA. ÜR. LIE RIG'S J sen; ORA TOR tt
the OSL Teure for PROS TATORRHE A. Price.
•.'.00 per package, 6 packages, 810.00. Guide to
iealth and Self-Analyst sent free. Address LI E
Vtf LIS PE-VS A R Y for Disease* of Men,
4(H) Gearu St.. S'*-' Francisco, cat
Geo. K. Reeder. Robert J. Walker.
Office of City Engineer.
REEDER & WALKER,
a
CO
Mines surveyed and patents obtained. Surveys
and maps of underground workings. Farms sur
veyed and ditches run. Blue printing and tine
draughting a specialty.
Brown's Building, Warren street, next to Audi
tor's o ffice, _ djtwly-ap'23
ASSAY OFFICE AND CHEMICAL.
LABORATORY.
BRADEN & WISSMAN.
(U. S. Assayers.)
Pärchen*» Building, cor. Mwin street
"and BrojMlwny: entrance on Broad
" way.
Office Hours: 3 to 6 p. in. Samples for assay
can be left at the U.S. Assay Office, corner Broad
way and Warren street. djiw ly jdlS
Notice t o Cr editors.
Estate of Thos. F. Woods, decease«!.
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned,
Administrator of the estate of Thos. F. Woods,
deceased, to the creditors of and all persons havi i ig
claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers, within four months
after the first publication of this notice, to the
said Administrator, at his residence at Marys
ville. or at the office of the Probate Court iu the
said county of Lewis amPClarke.
Dated at Helena, December 17th, 1886,
ALEXANDER McINTOSH,
Administrator of the estate of Thos. F. Woods,
deceased. wdec23-30-jan6- 13
Notice to Holders of TerritorialWarrants.
Territory of Montana,
Treasurer's Office.
Helena, Decem I«'r 21st, 1886.
Notice is hereby given, that there are funds in
the Treasury to pay the following Territorial
warrants, namely: Nos. 3816 to 4159, inclusive,
on the General Fund ; and Nos. 168 to 212,
sive, on the Stock Inspector and Detective r und.
The above described warrants include all regis
tered Territorial warrants of whatever descrip
tion. now outstanding and not previously called
for payment, and intereston the same ceases this
date. D. H. WESTON,
dlAw3t-dee2I Territorial Treasurer.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $150,000.
" We do hereby certify that we supervise the ar
rangements for all the Monthly and Quarterly
Drawings of The Louisiana State Lottery Company,
and in person manage and control the Drawings
themselres, and that the same are conducted with
honesty, fairness, and in good faith toward ail par
ties, and we authorize the Company to use this certifl
cate, with facsimiles of our signatures attached, in
ts advertisements."
romminioners.
We, the undersigned Banks and Bankers, unit png
all Prizes draum in The Louisiana State Lotteries
which may be vresented at our counters.
J. H. OGLESBY, Pres. Ixiuisiana Nat'l Bk.
J. W T . KILBRETH, Pres.State Nat'l Bank.
A. BALDWIN, Pres. New Orleans Nat'l Bk.
5f PRECEDENTE D ATTRACTION !
Over Half» Million Distributed
u
Louisiana State Lottery Company.
Incorporated in 1868 for 25 years by the Legis
ture for Educational and Charitable purposes—
with a capital of Sl,fHX).000 —jq w hich a reserve
fund of over $550,000 has since been added.
By an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
was made a part of the present State Constitu
tion adopted December 2d. A. D. 1879.
The only Lottery ever voted on and endorsed by the
people of any State.
It never scales or postpones.
Its Grand Mingle Number Drawings
take plaee monthly, and the Nemi
Annnal Drawings regularly every ~six
months (June and Deeemb«'r.)
A NPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO
WIN A FORTUNE. FIRSTGRAND DRAW
ING. CLASS A. IN THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
NEW' ORLEANS, TUESDAY, January II,
I8S7— SOOth Monthly Drawing.
CAPITAL PRIZE, #150,000.
49-Notiee.—Tiekets are Ten Dollars
«•nly. Halves. SJ. Fifths. *2. Tenths §1.
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 CAPITAL PRIZE OF
8150.000...
.8150,000
1 GRAND PRIZE OF
50,000
.. 50.000
1 GRAND PRIZE OK
20,000...
.. 20,000
2 LARGE PRIZES OF
10,000...
^ 20.000
4 LARGE FRIZES OF
«5,000...
.. 20,000
20 PRIZES OK
1,000...
.. 20,000
50
500...
.. 25,000
100 "
300...
. 30.1 »00
2<iO "
200...
. 40.000
500 4i
100...
.. 50.000
1,000
50...
.. 50,000
APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
100 Approximation Prizes of $300......
100 " " 200 ......
100 " " 100......
2,179 Prizes, amounting to........................$535,000
Application for rates to clubs should be made
only to the office of the company in New Orleans.
For further information write clearly, giving
full address. POSTA E NOTEN, Express Mon
ey Orders, or New York Exchange in ordinary
letter. Currency by Express (at our expense)
addressed
M. A. DAUPHIN.
New Orleans, I,a.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN.
Washington. D. C.
Male P. 0. Money Orders payable aid ad
dress Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK.
New Orleans, Ea.
DCMCMDCU That the presence of Genl's
fl Q If I L III DL H Beauregard and Early, who i
are in charge of the drawings, is a guarantee of |
absolute fairness and integrity, that the chances I
are ail equal, and that no one can possibly divine j
what numbers will draw a Prize. All parties j
therefore advertising to guarantee Piizes In this |
Lottery, are sw ndlers, and only aim to deceive !
and defraud the unwary.
BANK.
Main fluid Edwards Street, Helena.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Paid up Capital - $250,000
Surplus & Profits, ■ 60,000
DIRECTORS.
C. A. BROADWATER, • - President
A. G. CLARKE, ... Vice-President
E. SHARPE,........Cashier
S. E. ATKINSON,..................Asst. Cashier
8. C. ASHBY. HERMAN GANS.
B. F. POTTS. H. F. GALEN.
N. H. WEBSTER. 8. H. CROUNSE.
C. W. CANNON. R. B. HARRISON.
A. H. WILDER.
daw-janl __
NATIONAL BANK
HELENA, HONT.
Does * General Banking business. Sells Foreign
Drafts and Passage Tickets. Pays interest on
Time and Saving Deposits. Collections
receive prompt and Faithful Attention.
Has a Savings Department.
THE ONLY
SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN MONTANA!
DIRECTORS:
E. D. Edgkbtow, J. B. Sanford,
President. Vice-President
Chas. K. Colb, Chris. Krnck.
E. S Edgbbton, St. Paul. 8. J. Jonbs.
STATE SCHOOL OF MS.
GOLDEN, COLORADO.
Fall Term Begins Sept. 29, 1886.
Complete oourses tn
Civil AND MINING ENGINEERING.
Special courses In
Assaying, Chemical Analysis anil Snr
yeyini.
The Laboratories and Assay Rooms for
practical instruction, are the most com
plete of any in the West.
TUITION
For catalogue address
REGIS CHAUVENET. President.
W ANTED.—A live, energetic man, to repre
sent us. 875 per montii, and expenses.
Goods staple ; every one buys ; outfit and par
ticulars free.
_STANDARD SILVERWARE CO.. Boston.
L ADIES wanted to get up Tea Clubs for our
Pure Teas and Coffees. A host of useful ar
ticles to select from as premiums. Send for Il
lustrated Price and Premium List. Special
Offer: 'o every tenth person that answers tlus
advertisement, we wili send free one pound of
choice Tea. Address
NAT'L. TEA St COFFEE CO., Boston, Mass.
Live Stock Headquarters
Of Montana.
if St
n
IMPORTED
Clydesdale, Percheron Norman,
English Draft and Standard Bred
Trotting Horses on hand and for
sale. Also, a choice large lot of*
High Grade Young Stallions on
hand.
FOE QUALITY, PEDIGREE, AND
PRICE, WE DEFY COMPETITION.
Roadsters and Work Horses for
sale. Visitors welcome. Circu
lars free. Correspondence solic
ited.
HUNTLEY & CLARK.
To«t«»n, N. P. R. K.. Forty Miles East of*
Helena. wly-mMS
Ï » HOLTER M
DEALERS IN
HARDWARE
Mechanics' Tools, Mill Supplies, 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 Peed Pumps.
Agents for Atlas Engines and Boilers,
and Leffel Double Turbine Water
Wheels. Catalogues Furn
ished on application.
ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS,
STORE FRONTS, ETC.
wyl-aiiglJ
DON'T SHOOT!
But if yon do, save money by buying
the best go«Kls at the
HELENA ARMORY!
SPECIALTIES:
Sharpe's, Winchester,
Marlin and Ballard
Rifles; Parker, Colt's
and Remington Breech
and Muzzle Loading
Shot Guns; Mervin Ac
Hulbert, Colt's and 9, Ac
W. Revolvers.
Wholesale and retail dealer in Arms, Ammuni
tion, Tobaccos, Cigars, Fruits, notions, etc.
dly-)anl M. SILVERMAN.
EMGLHSH
Nervous Debility. Mein inn I Weak
ness. Exhausted Vitality. I.ost Nan
ho«nl, and all the terrible effects of self-al use
and excesses in maturer years, such as nocturnal
emissions, loss of memory, dimness of vision,
aversion to society, the vital fluid passing unob
served in the urine, and other symptoms that
lead to insanity and death. Y«»ung an«l Mill
die-aged Men suffering from the above should
consult ii- at once. Cure guarani*-« 1 «! in
all sin h cases. CONSULTATION FREE.
Chemical Analysis, including thorough micro
scopic examinations of the urine, $5. An honest,
opinion given In all eases. We furnish Tn«*
Great iCnglish Remedy, Mir Astley I
Cooper's Vital Restorative at S3 a laittlu
or four times the quantity, 810.
SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE
to any one -taring symptoms, sex and age. Ad
dress ENGLISH' MKOICAL DISPEN
SARY, No. 11 Kearny street, San Fran
cise«». Cal. dAWtf
THE DINOEE & CONARD CO'S
BEAUTIFUL KVEK-BLOO.UING _
Our Great «.neoinlty is growing and distributing
ItOS ES. Wo nave all the latest novelties and nnest
standard sorts, in different sizes and prices to suit all
wants. Over A«M) choicest varieties to choose fron*.
We send strong Pot Rows safely by mail to all Post
Offices, purchaser's choice of varieties, all labeled,
$8 to SI5
____ __per Hundred.
«•cording to vaine. Two yearTtoses by express Our
New Guide, 78 pages,elegantly illustrated. Free.
Address THE DING EE & CONARD CO.,
Rose Growers. West throve, t'liester t'«». Pn.
3 TO 12 PLANTS
LEGAL BLANKS.
FOE THE USE OF
LAWYERS, justices of the peace, conveyan
cers, surveyors, agents, owers and lessors
OK REAL ESTATE, ETC.
(CUT THIS OUT FOR REFERENCE.)
THE HERALD has iu stock the following
blanks. They are neatly printed on good paper,
with red ruling for a Itorder. The forms have
bee' carefully prepared by a lawyer, are in con
'..rmity with the statutes of the Territory, and
are applicable to any county in Montana.
DISTRICT COURT BLANKS.
Per doz.
Per 100
Notice of Appeal....................
.50
S3 on
L'ndertaking on Appeal ......
.5«
3 00
Aft', ord. and notice for wit.........
.7*5
4 OO
Subpoena....................................
.35
11 00
.50
3 (Ml
Und. on claim and delivery
.50
: xi
Writ of attachment.....................
.50
: i oo
Und. on attachment..................
..50
3 mi
Affidavit for attacqiucnt...........
.50
:3 4M
Aft', publication aummnos.........
.75
4 00
Ord. publication summons.........
.50
3 «U
7*5
4 <10
OK
2 mi
Summon- for juror............... i .....
.35
2 00
JUSTICES COURT BL
ANKS.
Warrant of arrest......................
..V»
3 00
Writ of attachment................
.36
_2 m*
Und. on attachment................
.«>>
5i CIO
Affidavit for attachment............
.50
3 Oil
Subpoena....................................
.35
Oo
2 mi
Summons for juror.....................
.35
M 0u
REAL ESTATE BLANKS'
Bond for deed.............................
.75
A no
Quit claim deed..........................
.75
4 mi
Warranty deed........................
.75
4 do
Bargaiu and salt deed................
.7*5
4 (Nl
Lease..........................................
„50
; mm
Mortgage ...................................
.75
4 00
Assignment o! mortgage...........
.7.5 »
4 (Ml
A oo
MINING BLANKS.
Notice of location (fluartzi........
.50
3 60
Deed of mining claim.....
.75
4
Application for patent...............
.«50
3 WJ
MICEI.LANEOUS BL
ANKS.
„5(1
3 on
Bounty certificate ( wild animals)
„50
3 00
Certificate of Incorporation.......
.75
4 00
.50
3 OH
Acknowledgements...................
.35
2 OO
Chattel mortgage.......................
.7*5
4 00
Bill of sale................................
.75
4 00
Power of attorney...............
.«50
.3 On
A discount of ten per cent, i
made on
orders
amounting to 85. and twenty-five per cei.t. ou
orders amounting to 810 orovt
Postage prepaid on all orders. Special forms
of any blank- made to order at iow prices.
Check and money orders to be made payable to
FISK BROS. Helen a, Mont.

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