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ANNEXATION OF CANADA.
The p|na«troua Attempt to Aeec mpllgh It by Force—A Fainou- Retreat. The present agitation rnrverning the relations between Cana'la ami the United Elates recalls the time when the annexa tion of that country was proposed to be brought about by force of arms. The project was entrusted to the bravé »general Montgomery, assisted by the famous patriots, Colonels Ethan Allen and Seth Warner. While engaged in this invasion Ethan Allen was taken prisoner by the British and sent to Eng land, w here he experienced very harsh treatment. It was Colonel Warner who twice con ducted his men safely home, though the march was constantly surrounded by clangers. Once Montgomery sent them home because their time was out, and though they were willing to continue in service, they were without sufficient clothing, and none could be had in that country. - Colonel Warner had hardly arrived home before he heard that Montgomery (■ad been killed, and the cause, as well as the lives of the men, were put in great jeopardy. He collected his men again and at once started for Canada to assist his countrymen in their extremity. But his efforts Were of no avail, and it was soon found necessary to take up the line of retreat. It was the dead of wintea, and only necessity sanctioned moving the troops. The terror of pursuit and the rigor of the season furnished sufficient cause fu* ahum and haste. Colonel Warner re mained with the rear of the army, and aided them in many wavs most effec tually a- he was a man well posted in earing f< r the sick and this knowledge now « ,ime into excellent use. He must keep the army in motion, not a day must be lost, and yet be was with out anv ehest of medicines. But he under-food tiie medicinal use of roots and herbs, and of proper care at critical times, and with these allies, he made an effectual tight against disease among his men. When Ticonderoga was reached and the roll called, thanks to Set-h Warner but iew vacant ies in the ranks appeared. Col. Warner saved the lives of hun dreds oi men in tins way, and he did a noble work, but it remained for his namesake, H. II. Warner, htjad of Warner - .-ale Cure establishment, to give tin* same kind of remedies then used to the people of to-day, in "Warner's Log Cabin Remedies." These remedies have been adopted after thorough trial and investigation, and they are remedies of established reputation. Being wholly vegetable, they can be used without any fear as to ihe results. Among the new remedies is a Sarsa parilla loi tin* blood, Hops and Buchu for the stomach and digestion, Cough and Consumption Remedy, Seal pine for the head and hair, Rose Cream for that terrible disease, catarrh, a Log Cabin Liver Bill, a Log Cabin Blaster and an Extract !'• r internal and external use. Our rea lers may rest assured that there is merit in every article. rocky fork affairs. Matters and Things as they Appear from a Billings Standpoint. Hillings Gazette, March 1st.] The originators of the scheme to build or attempt to build the Rocky Fork road nete Sam Word, Walter Cooper and J. B. Hubbell, who had taken up coal claims on Ikxk creek, at what is now Red Lodge, ...» »u willing to resort to any means, fair or foul, to induce some one to build a road to their coal. And in the face of these facts this Rocky Forky Fork rail road company, in the person of James B. Hubbell, Sam Word, Walter Cooper and others more or less personally interested, after having made the most signal and ignominious failure, after the lapse of more than a year, during which time they only succeeded in partially grading some thirty miles of easy work, and that in a manner never before seen by any engineer in the world, come before an intelligent congress and plead the baby act, by asking it not to grant the right of way to the Billings, Clarke's Fork & Cooke City railway com pany. on the ground that such legislation would prevent them from getting the money with which to build their road. Such a plea would be beneath the dignity of a common country pettifoger, much less a lawyer of the boasted legal ability of the eminent counsel of this defunct com rhree more labor Henson theRocky Fork d were tiled in the county clerk's office addition the two already filed. The ■ties making these filings are J. H. Eew , February 18, $665 99; Ferguson & wart, February 18, $2,498.36; Henry mer, February 25, $1,023.93; J. L. iryott, February 25, $66 93, and B. F. ipenger, February 25, $107.47, making a al of 84,362 68. * * esituation reminds oneof a cartoon which jearaed in one of the illustrated papers ring the time of the Tweed ring. The mhers of the ring were represented as nding in a circle, each one was pointing his neighbor on the right and saying, * is the man to go to." The responsibil being thrown on some one else, and »se interested being in a 'Ting" it is only ,ced long enough for them to place it evvhere, ad infinitum. CONGRESS. Proceeding' Senate and SENATE. Washington, March 2.*—' The Senate umittee on the District ot Colombia to r voted, 6 to 3, against the Blatt bill to ihihit the sale of intoxicating liquors in ! District. The committee then by a e of 8 to 1 (Riddleberger) decided to me and report a local option and high ?nse bill. Riddleberger will make a orable minority report on the Platt bill. HOUSE. McKinley, of Ohio, secured unanimous jseut to have printed in the Record a iiuorial, signed by the glass blowers, pro ting against a reduction of duty on im rted window glass, as proposed by Mills' iff' bill. Randall, fforn the committee on rules, ported a resolution providing for an ening session every Friday for the con leration of private pension and political lability bills. Adopted. The ilonse in committee of the whole mmed consideration of the "omnibus" 11 providing for the payment of thirty d claims for supplies used for the army iring the war, reported l y the urt of claims, under the provisions of e Bowman act. Lee, of \ irginia, offered i amendment appropriating $20,000 for ie relief of the Protestant Episcopal beological Seminary and High School ot irginia. Alter vigorous opposition from number of members on the ground that established a dangerous precedent, the nendment was adopted—102 to 64. The 11 was then agreed to and reported to the ouse. Hurricane Destruction, London, March 3.—A dispatch from amatave says: A hurricane has devas ited that town. Eleven vessels were reched and twenty persons killed. THE EARTH. Real Estate Rapidly Changing Hands in the Capital City. There has probably never been a week in the history of Helena when inquiries have been so numerous or the demand greater for desirable real estate as dnring the week ending to-day. The cold weather and incipient blizzard seemed to have no effect upon the ardor of the real estate man or the purchaser. During a snow on Wednesday a real estate dealer informs os fjhat he was out with three different ap plicants, showing them as best he could through the driving snow, the beauties of corner lots in the suburban additions. The largest single transaction was the purchase by a Helena syndicate of the Lehman ranch of 160 acres for $17,000. The follow ing transfers were recorded this week : Catharine L. Ming to C. E. Moreau ; con sideration $400 ; lots 29 and 30, block 104, Ming's add. Franklin R. Wallace, trustee, to Mary W. Wiley ; consideration $400 ; lot 6, block 29, Grand avenue add. J. W. Carter and wife to H. M. Kisele paugh ; consideration $400 ; lots 3 and 4, section 31, township 15, north range 3 west. C. A. Broadwater and wife to Mary Erickson ; consideration $600 ; lots 11 and 12, block 33, Broadwater add Treasurer Lewis and Clarke county to Wm. Reed ; consideration $50.35, lots 9, 10 and 11, in block 17, Helena townsite. J. C. Bullard, Jr., trustee, to Joseph Cur rah, $250, lot 6, bjock 29, N. P. add. Oliver Gregg et al. to E. R. Tandy, $1, S. b. of S. W. i Sec. 2, T. 10, N. R. 4 W. Treasurer Lewis and Clarke county to W. R. Bullard, $29.04, S. W. 1 N. E. ] lot 2, Sec. 6, T. 10, N. R. 3 W. Jno. Neary to Geo. H. Bandy, $25, N. E. \ of S. E. \ Sec. 2, T. 9, N. R. 3 W. Wallace & Thornburgh reported the fol lowing additional sales in Grand Avenue addition: To Ruth A. French, lot 18, block 17, $344. To Charles D. Chambers, lots 19 and 20, block 26, $700. To Henry Sutton, lots 10, II and 12, block 18, $1,600. To N. W. McConnell, trustee, lots 1,2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, block 39, $1,900. To B. H Leslie, trustee, lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5 and 6, block 36; and lots 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18,19 and 20, block 37, $5.750. To J. M. Erskine, lota 1 and 2, block 26, $ 1 , 000 . fo Tin»otby Wilcox, trustee, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, block 17, $3,200. TcrS.'W. McConnell, trustee, lots 19 and 20, block 17 ; lots 17 and 18, block 26, and lolard%48) 19 and 20, block 27, $2,792. To Amanda F. Maupin, lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9, block 38, $1,900. To Hiram E. Burch, lots 17 and 18 block 36, $700. INTERNAL REVENUE. Propose Reduction Amounting to •25,000,000. Washington*, March 3.—The stated in ternal revenue reductions were agreed on yesterday by the democrats of the ways and means committee, and will be reported to the fall committee early next week, and considered with the tariff bill. The effect will be a total redaction of about $24,000, 000 or $25,000,000. The tobacco tax, except on cigars and cigarettes, is to be repealed, reducing the revenue about $19,000,000. The licenses abolished will make a farther redaction of between $4,000,000 and $5,000,000. There is no reduction on spirits of any kind. Manu facturera of fruit brandies are allowed to putce tneir prouuct iu uuuuou nomuuuow, and take warehouse receipts for the same time as whiskey distillers. There now have some extreme penalties been lessened. CANADIAN CLUB BANQUET. Civeu in Honor ot the Completion of the Fisheries Treaty. New York, March 2.—The Canadian Club of this city gave a dinner to-night to mark the completion of the labors of the British fisheries commissioners. Erastus Wyman, president of the Canadian Club, presided, and on his right sat Mayor Hew itt. At the chairman's left were members of the fisheries commission,—Right Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, Sir Lionel Sackville West, and their associates. Two hundred other guests were present. Letters of regret from Secretary Bayard and Sir Charles Tupper were received. Secretary Bayard in his letter says: "I hope the treaty now pending for ratification may be thoroughly comprehended upon both sides of the border, and tried on its merits. The treaty has been formed in a spirit of just and mutual conciliation and advantage; and I earnestly hope that blindness of par tisanship or influence of local selfishness or ignorance may not be suffered to deprive two countries of its great benefits. Its defeat would be a great public calamity which I hope patriotism may arrest. I'leased with the Tariff Bill. Ottawa, March 2 —The provisions of the new tariff bill presented to the Ameri can Congress yesterday, by which it is pro posed to place timber on the free list, was gladly welcomed by those members of Barliament who are engaged in the lum ber industry. In talking to an Associated I'ress representative to-day, Mr. Bryson, whose firm hold large timber limits, said the abolition of duty would at once en hance the value folly five per cent. Last year the timber exported to the United States was valued at eight million dollars. The proposed change wonld greatly bene fit Canadian lumbermen, and in addition to other things it would enable them to bandle low grades of lumber which they have hertofore been unable to touch. A number of others expressed the same views. ___ Tobacco Growing Test. Denver, Col., March 2.—The report made to-day by Prof. Cassiday at the Col orado Agricultural College, Fort Collins, on tobacco growing in this state is very important. The tests bave been made for two years, with most satisfactory results. Eighteen varieties were grown last season, and all ripened before the end of August. The varieties were Isibella, Cuban, General Grant, Confuegos, Flanagan, White Stem, Orinoco, Vnelta, Abajo, Elkereons Yellow Havana, Saqua, Legrand, One Sucker, Vir ginia Improved Havana, Missouri Broad Leaf 'Yeara, Golden Leaf, White Barley, Connecticut, Seedleaf, Wilson's Prolific and Fiji Orinoco. Both manured and nnmanured land were planted. The pro fessor's results were phenomenal, and he concludes that tobacco of any variety may be grown here, and of superior excellence. Manufacture of Lard. Washington, March 2.—Abram J. KVwell commission merenant ot New torkÜ'nd LUS. Epperson, of Kansas City, before the House committee on agriculture to-day, defended the use ot cotton seed off in the manufacture of lard. The of the proceedings was the charge by the chairman of the committee ttaM1 off ard Oil Co. transported cotton seed oil north in the same tanks m w hich they send coal oil south. Witnesses admitted that that wonld spoil the oil for lar pur poîes, bnt contended that the off so carried ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION. Murderous Attack on a California Judge. San Francisco, March 2.—An attempt was made this afternoon to murder James McM. Shafter, ex-judge of the superior court, and a prominent man in the state. His assailant was Carl Lange, a brother-in law of Judge Shafter's son. A divorce sait has been pending for some time between the youDger Shafter and his wife, and yonng Lange, who is a sailor by occu pation, was said to have threatened the lives of several members of the Shafter family on a number of occasions. Judge Shafter had jnst left the court room at the city hall this afternoon where Lange met him at the door and ffred two shots at him without either taking effect. Shafter immediately tried to take the pistol away from Lange, and in the struggle the men fell on the floor, and the weapon was dis charged twice, the shots again failing to take effect. Lange was then disarmed by bystanders and placed ander arrest. Republican Committee. Washington, March 1.—The following republican congressional committtee was chosen by the joint caucus to-night. John B. McDuffie, Alabama. Joseph McKenna, California. G. G. Symes, Colorada. C. A. Russell, Connecticut. Senator C. S. Farwell, Illinois. Geo. W. Steele, Indiana. E. R. Connor, Iowa. Thos. Ryan, Kansas. C. A. Bouteile, Maine. L. E. McComas, Maryland. R. T. Davis, Mamachnesetts. Senator H. W. Palmer, Michigan. John Lind, Minnesota. W. H. Wade, Missouri. James Laird, Nebraska. William Woodburo, Nevada. Senator W. H. Blair, New Hamshire. James Buchanan, New Jersey. Geo. W. West, New York. John M. Brower North Carolina. A. C. Thompson, Ohio. Senator J. F. Dolph, Oregon. H. H. Bingham, Pennsylvania. Senator N. W. Aldrich, Rode Island. Robert Smalls, South Carolina. L. C. Houk, Tennessee. J. W. Stewart, Vermont. N. Goff, West Virginia. Senator P. Sawyer, Wisconsin. O. S. Gifford, Dakota. F. T. Dubois, Idaho. J. M. Carr, Wyoming. Kentucky and Virginia were author ized to select one member each and report his name to the secretary of the joint cau cus. British Army Estimates. London, March 2.—Stanhope, secretary for war, has issaed a memorandum relative to army estimates. He admits that after careful inquiry it has been ascertained that deficiencies exist in the defenses of Ports mouth and the Thames, which renders England's position dangerously insecure. Stanhope proposes that active measures be immediately passed by parliament in order to remedy this weakness. He fur ther states that the system of organization recently prevailing at the war office and appears singularly ill calculated to pro mote a comprehensive examination of the whole subject, and explains the contem plated reforms. London, March 2.—Lord Charles Brese ford made a statement before a committee I of parliament regarding his reasons for resigning the office of junior lord of admi ralty. After hearing his views on malad ministration of the navy the committee adopted resolutions demanding that the government appoint a commission to in the service. The Panama Canal. Paris, March 1.—M. DeLesseps, in his report to the extra meeting of the Panama Canal Co. to-day, states that owing to the prevalence of the rainy season and the difficulty of procuring workmen he can hardly insure the completion of the canal in 1890. The directors have been induced to agree to the construction of locks, by means of which vessels of the largest ton nage may traverse the canal in 1890 before the work is completed. Pending the de cision of the government regarding the lottery loan, it has been decided to proceed with the third issue of bonds to the value of 600,000,000 francs, the payment of which will be provided for by the creation of a guarantee fand invested in rentes. Sale of Race Horses. Denver, Col., March 1.—The sale of ' John D. Morrissey's running and trotting stables here today brought ! together quite a number of horsemen from all over the Union. About fifteen j race horses were sold, together with foity j thoroughbreds, and graded horses and mares. The receipts of the sale amounted in the neighborhood of $35,000. Among the principal sales were: The pacer, "L. C. Lee'' to James Healey, of Leadville, Col., for $10,000; trotting stal- ] lion "Superior," to J. W. Page, New York, ; $7,200; the trotter "Black Diamond," took by B. McGill, Denver, $2,600. Hotel Burned. Sutter Creek, Cal., March 1.—This afternoon the Satter Hotel roof was dis covered to be on fire, fanned by a strong southern gale. The fire soon spread through all the business houses. The firemen were unable to stay the flames. Nearly all the businefs places were burned. The loss will probably be between $100,000 and $200,000. Sutter Creek has a popoulation of 1,500. ___ A 8200,000 Scorch. Milwaukee, March 3.—Hernrickes & Bro.'s candy factory, on East Water street, was destroyed by fire to-day, and Gold smith & Co 's carpet warerooms adjoining were gutted in the upper stories and their entire stock ruined by smoke and water. Berger & Co.'s mattress factory, Wiegali's feather establishment and Loewenbach's printing house also suffered heavy damage by water. The loss is upwards of $200,000, with small insurance. Kussin and the Vatican. Rome, March 1.—The negotiations be tween the Vatican and Russia have proved fruitless. Russia demanded impossible concessions, stipulating that the Catholic bishops throughout Russia should be ap pointed by the Czar; that the Russian language should be exclusively used in the Catholic churches iu Russia, both in preaching and in the catechism, and that offsprings ot mixed marriages should be educated in the orthodox Rnssian chnrch. CASTOR IA for Infants and Children. "Cartoria is so well Adapted to children that I I recommend it as superior to any prescription knows to me.'* H. A. Archer, M. d., j 111 S» Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. | Caster!* cure* Colic, Constipation, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation, Kill« Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di Without 'injurious m edi ca ti on . _ THE CENTAUB CO., 77 Murray Street, N. T. ROYAL K8» _ AScai . V W* SStUflUY SVC *AKIH0 POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel ot purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kind-*, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of 'ow test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in can».. Koval Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall street, New York. INFANTILE SKIN DISEASES Our oldest child, no» six years of age, when an infant six months old was attacked with a virulent, malignant skin disease. All ordinary remedies failing, we called our family physician, who attempted to cure it ; hut it spread with al most incredible rapidity, until the lower portion of the little fellow's person, from the middle of hts back down to his knees, was one solid rash, ugly painful, blotched, and malicious. We bad no rest at night, no peace by day. Finally, we were advised to try the Cuticura Remedies. The effect was simply marvelous. In three or four weeks a complete cute was wrought, leav ing the little fellow's person as white and healthy as though he had never been attacked. In my opinion your valuable remedy saved his life, ami to-day he is a strong, healthy child, per fectly well, no repetition of the disease having ever occurred. GEO. B. SMITH. Att'y at Law and Ex-Pros. Att'y, Ashland, O. Reference : J. G. Weist. Druggist, Ashland, O. THOUSANDS OF CHILDREN Arc bom into the world every day with some eczematous affection, such as milk crust, scall head, scurf, or dandruff, sure to develop into an agonizing eczema, the itching, burning and dis figuration of which make life a prolonged tor ture unless properly treated. A warm bath with Cuticura Soap, an ex quisite Skin Beantlfler, and a single application of Cuticcra, the Great Skin cure, with a little Cuticura Resolvent, the New Bio d Purifier, 1# often sufficient to arrest the progress of the disease, and point to a speedy and permanent cure. Hence, no mother who loves her children, who -takes pride in their beauty, puçity. and health, and in bestowing upon them a child's greatest inheritance,—a skin without a blem ish, and a body nourished by pure blood,— should not fail to make a trial of the Cuticura Remedies. Sold everywhere. Price, CuTICURA, 50c. ; Soap, 25c ; Resolvent 81. Prepared by the Potter Drcg and Chemical Co., Boston, Mass. Aÿ"Send for "How to Cure Skin Diseases," 64 pages, 50 illustrations, andJIOO testimonials. DIDV'C-Skin and Scalp preserved and beauti DJt Ql g fled by Cuhcura Medicated Soap. ' ! j j ] ; Constitutional Catarrh. No single disease has entailed more suffering or hastened the breaking up of the constitution than Catarrh. The sense of smell, of taste, of sight, of hearing, the human voice, the mind,— throughout the system attacks every vital force, and breaks up the most robust of constitutions. 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Bulla purchased of this Company two years ago by the Musselshell Association have given the very best satisfaction. Befer to D. Blacker, Helena. As beef cattle the Galloways have no superior and, having a heavy coat of hair, have no equals n standing the severe winters of Montana. The Bulls can be seen at the Company's ranch near Bercail, Muscleshell Valley. For particu lari addrress ANDREW J. FISK, Secretary, dAw feb!3 Helena, Montana. Montana National Boni HELENA, M. T. UNITED STATE* OKFOSITORT. Capital, - - - - 8250,000 Surplus Profits, - • 90,000 • - DIBECTOR8. 0. A. BROADWATER, • • Preside.! A. Ci. CLARK?., ... Vice-President 1. HHARPE.........Csskier m. VI. ATKINSON...................A wet- Caebler C W Can.»., Herm«.Ua..,K V Ashby, H. F. «»lea, AMI. Wilder. SECOND NATIONAL BANK. HELENA,...................................MONTANA. Paid up Capital, - 875,000. Surplus 8 Profits, 15,000. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. E. D EDGERTON, President. C. K. COLE, Vice President. GEORGE B. CBILD, Csehier JOE. N. KEXCK, Asst. Cashier. DIRECTORS. E. D. Edgerton, C. K. Cole. J. B. Sanford. Chris Kenck. 8. J. Jones. Geo. B. Child. Wm. Muth. Jacob Loeb. G. C. Swallow. SÎMSlOOLOFUB GOLDEN, COLORADO. Fall Term Opens Sept 28, 1887. . o-nplsts so arses la CI7D AID MINING ENGINEEBING. Special courses is Assa/lns, Chemical Analysis an! Snr reyiit The Labor* tonet and Amy Room« fo practical instruction, are the most com plete of any in the West. tuition rxtjsm For catalogue address RROId rWAUWFNE T. Pr esi den t._ C. K. COLE, M. D. J. H. SLIGH. I. D. COLE l SLIGH, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS, HELENA .................................... MONTANA' Office—106 Grand street, (near Main.) Cells promptly answered, night and day. Telephone, No. 78. _ daw-js» E. S. KELLOGG, Ml. D. nrgeon and Homoeopathic Physician. HELENA, MONTANA. Gives special attention to diseases of the EVE, WAR , THROAT and CHEST. Also, All Chronic Diseases. dawly-auglt DR. M. ROCKMAN, Physician, Surgeon, Aceonehenr, Oc cultât und Anrist, Member of San Franclsoo Medical Society, else Nevada State Medical Society. Office—Over Parchen's drug store. Entrance from Broadway and Jackson street. Consulta tions In German and English._dawt f-o28 GEO. K. REEDER. C. E. REEDER & HEL9UCK. Brown's Building, Warren Street. GO ça go C. W. HETACICK, a e. Mines surveyed and patents obtained. Surveys and maps of underground workings. Farms sur veyed and ditches run. Blue printing and fine draughting a specialty._ Notice ofDisaolution. Notice is hereby given that the copartnershp in the boot and shoe business heretofore existing in the city of Helena, county of Lewis and Clarke, between Fred. Gamer and P. A. Gamer, under the firm name of Fred. Gamer A Bro., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. P. A. Gamer retires from said firm, and Fred Gainer continues the business and assumes all liabilities of said firm and collects all accounts due the same. FRED GAMER. d!0Uw4t-jan27 P. A. GAMER. . 1 M. FABCIN & Leading DRUGGISTS* Helena, M. T. X if I Just! Received, 12,000 lbs. Choice Montana Grown Timothy Need : :t.ooo lb« Clean Alfalfa Nerd. In Transit-One Car Load GBASS REKD. Montana Agent« for Drs. Dixon and Woods Chieago Vaerlne Stables Bovine Vaccine Virus. Becelved freath every 20 days and Guaranteed. Price §1 for package of 10 Points Donble Dipper. Pärchen*» Corner, ■ - - Helena, Mont. A. J. DAVIDSON. Dealer* in BAIN WAGONS, HARNESS AND SADDLES. Sole Agent for Hill's Concord Harness. Wall and "A" Tents, Wagon _ Covers, etc. _ ESTABLISHED 1866. GANS & KLEIN. TIio Ijeadlng CLOTHING HOUSE of Montana. Country Orders Solicited. Corner Main Street and Broadway. A. I HOLTER & BRO 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 Bival Steam Boiler Peed Pumps. ▲gents for Atlas Engines and Boilers, and Lefel Double Turbine Water Wheels. Catalogues Furn ished on application. ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS, STORE FRONTS, ETC. wyl-ang!3 _ BUCKS FOR SALE. Thoroughbred FRENCH MERINO BUCKS FOR SALE OR TRADE. Address JAS. S. LYTLE. Augusta. Montana. THE DINGEE 9c. CONARD CO'S LEADING SPECIALTIES. ALL VARIETIES, SIZES AND PRICES fine ever-blooming perpetual. CLIMBING AND MOSS ROSES.; NEW AND RARE FLOWER SEEDS u.pnY PLANTS. New Moon Flower, Clematli, SnringBnlbf. JAPAN LILIES. NewChrye.nthe n«>%our WONDERFUL ORNAMENTAL illustrated, uwn»» u.oi " - " ïî cnc CHOICEST Varieties Of ROSES, SEEDS, THÉ dTnOÊÊÏ - dONÄRD eg ROSE GROWERS, West Grove, Chester Co.. Pa. Over 6,000,000 PEOPLEUSc Iff: O.M.FERRY&CO. «re odmitted tobe the Largest Seedsmen •n the world. D. M. FERRY &C0'3 IlluHtrated, Dwrip tir** noil I'rired SEED ANNUAL For 1883 will be maned .FREE TO ALL applicants, and to lart season's customers with out ordering it. Invaluable to all. J Every person using 'Carden.FieldurFlower f- e" y» C soould Mad Tor DClUO iu A ldreas D. M. FERR Y ACO., Detroit, Mich. Notice of Forfeiture. To Henrv O'Connor, W. F. Colgrove and Henry W Brooks : You are hereby notified that I have expended one hundred and thirty-five dollars in laoor and improvements upon the Silver Hill Lode min ing claim, situated in Lewis and Clarke county, M. T., about six miles west of Helena and one and one-half miles west of the (Jrass Valley Lode, and the notice of location thereof being of record in the office of the county clerk and recorder of said county, and recorded Sept. 15. 1885, in book of lodes, page 255. In order to hold said premises under the provisions of Sec. 2324, revised statues of the United States, being the amount required to hold the same for the year of 1887, and if within ninety days after this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your pro portion of such as co-owners your interest in and to said Silver Hill Lode claim will become the property of this subscriber in accordance with law in such cases made and provided. GODFREY LaSALLE. Dated Helena, M. T„ Jan. 14, 1888 w9nd-janl9 Taken Up. Two horse»; no brand; one brown and one cream colored ; aoout 7 years old. Owner will please prove property, pay expense», and take them away. JOHN SCTHERLIN, w4t-f!6 Ranch between 10-Mile and 7-Mile Great English Remedy. Murray's Specific. A guaranteed cure for all (nervous dl BCnoo o.nucfa «m» W «tab Momery, I,«m of Mrain Power, Hysteria, Headrche, Pain In ttie Back, Ner _ Tons Prostration, Wakeful [butors] ness, Leneorrbtra, Universal Lassitude, Seminal Weakness, Impo tency and general loss of power of the Generative Organs;—in either Sex, caused by indiscretion or over exertion, and which ultimately le ad to Premature Old Age, Insanity and Consumption, 81.00 a box or ■lx boxes for 85.00. Sent by mail on re ceipt of price. Full particulars in pam phlet, sent free to every applicant. _ We Gnarrantee «ix Boxes Inns] to cure any case. For every 85.00 order received, we send six boxes, with written guarantee to re fund the money If our Specifics does not effect a cure. Address all communications to the Sole Manufacturers, THE MURRAY MEDICINE CO.,Kansas City,Mo »-Sold in Helena by H. M. PÄRCHEN A CO., Sole Agents. d<ftw-sep26 ,r DE Chain •file Life Rehewer DR. PIERCE'S New Gal vanic CHAIN BELT with Electric Suspensory, guars anteed the most powerful, durable and perfect Chain Battery in the world. Cures, without medicine. Nervous Debility, ÿji Eî Pain in the Back.Kidney Disease, Dyspepsia Rheumatism, Weakness of Sexual Organs. Call or send stai p forrf'amph.No. 2. MAGNETIC ELASTIOTKÜSS CO.,704Sacramento sc San Frunrisro. Uni., o r^3O^4 , i x T ri K t . St^ I^n ns, M o, DR. JORDAN'S Mm of 751 Market Street. G O AND LEARN HOW to avoid disease, and how wonderfully your are made. Private office, 211 Geary street, San Francisco. Con sultation of Lost Manhood and all Diseases of Men. *®-Send for a book. wly-nov5 LEGAL BLANKS. ^ FOR THE USE OF LAWYERS, JUSTICES OP THE PEACE, CONVEYAN CERS, SURVEYORS, AO ENTS, OVVERS AND LESSOR 0 OF REAL ESTATE, ETC. (CUT THIS OUT FOR REFERENCE,) THE HERALD has iu stock the following blanks. They are neatly printed ou good paper, with red ruling for a border. The forms have bee' carefully prepared by a lawyer, are in co.i Virmity with the statutes of the Territory, aud are applicable to any county in Montana. DISTRICT COURT BLANKS. Per doz. Per 100 Notice of Appeal........................50 Undertaking on Appeal ........ .50 Aff. ord. and notice for wit..........75 Subpœna .....................................35 Summons.....................................50 Und. on claim and delivery.........50 Writ of attachment.....................50 Und. on attachment...................50 Affidavit for attachment..............50 Aff. publication summnos..........75 Ord. publication summons..........50 Deposition...................................75 Execution....................................35 Summons for juror................... .35 JUSTICES COURT BLANKS. Warrant of arrest................. Writ of attachment................. .....35 Und. on attachment............... .35 Affidavit for attachment......... .....50 summons for juror.................. REAL ESTATE BLANKS.* Bond for deed..............................75 Quit claim deed........................ .75 Warranty deed...........................75 Bargain and sale deed................ ^75 Lease...........................................50 Mortgage ...................................75 Assignment of mortgage............75 Mechanics lein...........................75 MINING BLANKS. Notice of location (quartzj.........50 Deed of mining claim..................75 Application for patent................... Water Right )A>catlon................... Lode Representation...................50 Placer Location......................... 50 MICELLANEOUS BLANKS. 83 00 300 4 00 2 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 4 00 3 «I 4 00 2 00 2 00 3 00 2 00 2 00 3 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 3 00 4 00 4 00 4 00 3 no 4 00 3 on 3 00 3 00 3 00 Sheriff sale .................................. 50 3 no Bounty certificate (wild animals) .50 3 00 Certificate of Incorporation....... .75 4 00 Bond...........................................so 3 00 Acknowledgements.....................35 2 00 Chattel mortgage........................75 4 oo Bill of sale.............. 75 4 qq Power of attorney.............. .50 3 00 A discount of ten per cent, made on orders amounting to $5. and twenty-five per cent, on orders amounting to 810 or over. Postage prepaid on all orders. Special forms of any blanks made to order at low prices. Check and money orders to be made payable to FISK BROS.y Helena, JHont.