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Patriots at the Falls.
l.reat Falls Tribune: In order to keep
_ ' w ith the time«, and be every way met
ropolitan, firent Falls has resolved to have
« ; rand Army post. The war veterans
here have entered heartily into the pro
posal. and will soon l>e so organized that
they '« an have camp fires at which they
will recall the glorious days of old, when
thêv rallied round the Hag, shouting the
battle crv of freedom. At a meeting held
Saturday night the preliminary steps were
taken to establish a post. Among those
present were comrades Brown, Hughes,
Shaw, I*ean, Wetzel and Keenan. Un
comparing notes it was found that there
are about fifty charter members in Great
l'alls and its vicinity. These, and many
meniliers who have never been initiated,
are ready to join the |K>st here, and thus
provide the basis of a strong organization
devoted to perpetuating the memories of
the war and promoting brotherhood among
the boys in blue. Another meeting will
lte held Saturday next to complete the
organization. Some Helena veterans may
come here to assist in the good work. It
is exjiected that the Great Falls post will
I** fully organized in time for decoration
day, May 20, which will be observed with
apptopriate ceremony.
Am Eye on the Reservation.
dm Northern Montana exchange, in the
following manner lets out a gentle hint as
to what is goiDg on in the reservation, and
.-ays:
The Hirer iVes* "could a tale unfold"
regarding the progress of affairs down on
the reservation that would make each and
every particular old timer, who has taken
a hand in the stampedes ot early »lays,
fK-i/e his pack saddle and hunt his cayuse
in ,i hurry. Bet we don't want to be "too
previous,'' if we may be permitted to use
the slang of the streets. From "Discovery
Butte," the hiebest point in the vicinity of
Benton, where in early days Ihe traders
were wont to send an Indian lookout to
watch the movements of war or trading
parties, one can look "away over in the
promised land and ' hear the tread ol pio
neers—the busy hum and see the homes)
of nations yet to be." Those who have
lived on the borders of this magnificent
empire for years are rubbing their eyes and
wondering it they are dreaming, while the
progressive pilgrims and tenderfeet are ir
reverently asking them "where they have
been all winter with their summer clothes
on." Further reference is unnecessary.
"DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS LOADED-**
Tin- viiui _ man foil « lea.« 1 !
tii.-ii.I bad pointed a revolver at him.
"lie didn't know it was loaded!"
\Ve often hear it stated that a man is
n.it reaponsiöle for what he doaa not
know', fhe law presupposes knowledge
sind tbfefoM convicts the man who ex
,11«, - n line by ignorance :
••It 1 had only known" has öfter, been
an unfortunate man's ajiology for some
evil iinknovvinVy wrought, hut in a
malt' I * ! general interest—as for in
stall, e that laudanum is a poison, that
naphtha is a deadly explosive, that blood
heavily charged with a winter's accutnu
latior-s of the waste ot the system, —it is
(,lie's.iutv to know the fact and theconse
.p'en.es thereof. Our good old grand
mothers knew for instance, that the ojien
ing ..>» j.iitig u as the most perilous period
ol the year.
Whv ?
Because then the Mood stream is
sluggish and chilled by the cold weather,
it> n,,; ti inned a good deal and made
1,'fl V quickly and healthfully through
t'.e arteries and veins, it is impossible to
Im. good vigor the rest of the year.
Hence, without exception, what is now
Known as Warner's Log Cabin Sarsa
*tnill.t. was plentifully made end
religiously given to every member of the
family i gularly through March, April,
May and .lune.' It is a matter of record
that this prudential, preventive and re
storative custom saved many a lit of
sickness, prolonged life and happiness to
a vigorous old age, and did away with
hi*a\ v medical expenditures.
Mis. Magvie Kerchwal, Lexington,
Kv„ used \\ .oner's Log Cabin Harea
paiili.t **f >r nervous sick headache of
whit h i ii »d I...... a sufferer for years.
It lias been a great benefit to me."
('apt. Hugh Harkins, 111! 8. 15th St.,
I'Udadelphia, I'a., says "it purified my
blood and removed the blotches from
inytskin." Mrs. %rea Smith, zopton,
BcrksCo., I'a., Hays she "was entirely
i*iiiI 1 '* of a skin disease of the worst
kind," by Log < labin Sarsaparilla. Bad
jijiia indicates a very had condition of the
Mood.
if \ .*ii would live and lie well, go to
your druggisi to-day and gel Warner's
Cahin Sarsaparilla and take no
other,—there's nothing like it or as good,
—und completely renovate vour impaired
sysicm *\it 1 » this simple, old-fashioned
preparation of roots and herbs.
Warner, who makes the famous Sale
Core, puts it up, and that is a guarantee
of excellence all over the known world.
Take it vourself and give it to the Other
members of the family, including the
children. Von will be astonished at its
health-giving and life-prolomring powers.
\V„ s.iv this editorially with perfect
confidence, because we have heard good
things of it everywhere, and its name is
a guarantee that it is first class in every
1 «articular.
Tin* Morins Cost i1ic H.nlromls
Dearly.
Cun ai jo, April 28.—Statements pre
pared by Chairman Kidgley of the South
Western Traffic Association, of losses sus
tained hy the association hues during the
recent rate war, showed a reduction ot
revenue as compared with the correspond
ing period last year of 64 per cent on west
ern, and 711 percent on eastern tonnage,
or a total decrease ot $1,104,000. liiere
was also a decrease in tonnage amounting
to 17 percent of west hound and .»1 ol
east bound traffic. It is calculated that
the losses on all lines between Lake Su
perior and TexaH will reach a total ol
$1,2.70, (MIO on through traffic. Tothissbould
be added reductions to and from interior
|Hiints on tratlic three or lour limes as
large us through business.
A Terrible Calamity.
Bi.i MiNTAiNK, (>., April 28.—A terrible
accident occurred ai Kushsylvania last
nigbt. A school exhibition was in pro
giess in a ball situated in the second story
uf u brick building. Over four hundred
people were present. Suddenly the lloor
ga\e way with a frightful crash and the
entire audience went down in a surging
mass to the ground. So far two people are
reported head, ten fatally injured and
probably fifty inaae or less seriously in
jured.
Shot Herself.
London, April 28.—Helen Crosmond, a
prima ilonna, committed suicide in a
cabin of Piccadilly Wednesday night
She had signed a contract with the Drury
Lane Opera company, hut owing to misun
derstanding she tore up the contract in a
tit of temper. Later she tried to reopen
negotiations, but iu the meantime a sub
stitute had been engaged, and in a fit of
despondency she shot herself. Mrs. Cron
luond was a daughter of Madame Rachael,
and accompanied Col. Mapleson on one off
Ilia American tours.
ine's
For The NERVOUS
The DEBILITATED
The AGED.
NERVE TONIC.
Celery and Coca, the prominent in
grédients, are the best and safest
Nerve Tonics. It strengthens and
quiets the nervous system, curing
Nervous Weakness, Hysteria, Sleep
lessness, &c.
AN ALTERATIVE.
It drives out the poisonous humors of
the blood purifying and enriching it,
and so overcoming those diseases
resulting from impure or impover
ished blood.
LAXATIVE.
A cting m Ddlybut surely on the bowels
it cures habitual constipation, and
promotes a regular habit. Itstrength
ens the stomach, und aids digestion.
DIURETIC.
In its composition the host and most
active diureticsof the Materia Medien
are combined scientifically with other
effective remedies for diseases of the
kidneys. It can be relied on to give
quick relief and speedy cure.
Hundreds of testimonials have been received
from pontons who have usod this remedy with
benetit. bend for circulars, giving
full particulars.
Pries $100. Sold by Druggists.
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Prop's
BURLINGTON. VT.
CANADIAN PARLIAMENT.
Seizure of British Vessels and Fish
eries Questions IJnderjDis
cussion.
Ottawa, Ont , April 26.—In the House
of Commons to-night th9 correspondence
with reference to the Behring strait sea
seizures, was brought down. Most of it
deals with protests by the British govern
ment, statements being made by Bayard
that for the time being no other seizures
would tie ordered, and advice of the crown
that the owners of the seized vessels have a
case for damages. Only new or important
matter is contained in the dispatch from
Lord Salisbury to her majesty's plenipoten
tiaries at the fisheries conference, under
dale of December 2, 1887. He said he
received on the 26th a telegram from Mr.
Chamberlain, inquiring whether the pro
posal for an international conference in
regard to the Behring sea fisheries had
been accepted by her majesty's govern
ment. "Yon are aware, from the corres
pondence iu vour possession that commu
nications w ith reference to the proposal,
would appear to have been addressed to
some maratime power of the United States
lor an international convention for the
protection of vessels in the Behring sea,
and were received last October from the
German and Swedish charge d'atfaires in
London. No definite invitation for the
international understanding on this ques
tion has yet been received from the United
States government hy her majesty's gov
ernment.
FINANCIAL.
Reorganization of the Nevada Bank
ot San Francisco.
San Francisco, April 26.—The plan
has been made public for ihe reorganiza
tion of the Nevada hank of San Francisco.
A circular has been issued by N. K. Mas
ten, formerly cashier of the bank, and J.
T. Houghton,«nanager of the Home Mu
tual Insurance Co, in which they prop Me
the following plan: The present stock- j
holders will eliminate and take their own
account of all had and doubtful assets and
assume and pay all liabilities except the
amounts due depositors, and will turn over
to the new managers sufficient good insets,
to he approved hy a committee of the new ;
hoard of directors, to pay all depMitors
ls) taken b y parties ou Udde of the preseut
stockholders, payable at par on demand,
neon which the present officers and direc
tors will resign aud a new hoard be elected
by the new stockholders.
CALIFORNIA!
—THE—
LAND OF DISCOVERIES!
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EUREKA.
The motto of California means. '* have found
t." Only in that land of sunsliiue, where ihe
orange, lemon, olive, fig and grape blossom and
ripen, and attain their highest perfection in mid
winter, are the lie. ha and gum found that are
used In that pleasant remedy for all throat and
lung troub es, SANTA AllIK the ruler of coughs,
its! Inna and consumption.
H M. Pärchen A Co , Helena, have been aji
pointed general agents for this valuable Califor
nia reined v, and seds it under a guarantee at
81.00 a bottle Three for 8-.50.
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The only guaranteed eure for Catarrh. Cold In
the head, Hay Fever. Hose Cold, Catarrhal Deaf
ness and Sore Eyes. Heston s the senses of t-ste
and smell ; removes bad taste and unpleasant
breath, resulting from Catarrh Follow direc
tions ami a cure is warranted. Send for circular
to AiilKTiNK Mkhicai, Co., Orovllle, (ah Six
months treatme. t for 81 00; sent by mail. If .10.
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INDIANA DEMOCRATS.
Ex-Senator Joe McDonald Shut Out
of the National Convention.
Indianapolis, April 26.—The Indiana
State Democratic convention which as
sembled this morning was largely attend
ed, more than usual interest being mani
fested in the outcome of the day's work
by reason of the bitter feeling that bad
been engendered between the friends of
Governor Gray and ex-Senator McDonald,
and which culminated on Wednesday in
an address from the latter to his friends
throughout the State, in which the ex
Senator says some very uncomplimentary
things about the Governor. Another inci
dent that added to the interest was the
fact that John Sullivan, one of the men
indicted for participating in the tally
sheet forgeries, was a persistent candidate
for delegate to the St. Louis convention
from the seventh district. The day's work
was simplified hy the action of the various
district meetings last night, which elected
district delegates to the national conven
tion, presidential electors, members of
committees, assistant secretaries and vice
presidents.
The convention was called to order at 10
o'clock. The committee on permanent
organization reported recommending Chas.
I. Jewett for chairman, and Daniel W.
Voorliees, David Turpie, John G. Shanklin
and John H. Bass lor delcgates-at-large to
the national convention. The district dele
gates are the same as given out last night.
After the various committees were an
nounced the report was unanimously
adopted.
Cdairman Jewett then addressed the
convention. In the course of his remarks
he paid a glowing tribute to the adminis
tration of President Cleveland, and when
he suggested that the next ticket might he
Cleveland and Gray, he was greeted with
wild cheers and continued applause. The
same was the case when the name of Hen
dricks was mentioued. Courtlaud C. Mat
son was nominated for governor.
The nomination of Matson was made
unanimous, and William K. Meyers was
nominated for Lieutenant Governor.
William H. English, chairman of the
committee on resolution«, submitted a
platform to the convention. It renews the
pledges of fidelity to the constitution and
thedoctriues taught by the founders of the
party, and announces a determination to
resist all efforts to deprive the federal gov
congratulated upon the successful admin
istration of Cleveland.
Indianapolis, April 26. —Kotiert Mey
ers was nominated for secretary of
state; for auditor of Btate, Charles A.
Munson, and for treasurer of State,
Thomas B. Byrnes; John It. Wilson was
named for attorney general, and A. F.
Griffith tor superintendent of public in
struction, after which the convention ad
journed.
English Reform Bill.
London, April 26—There was a long
discussion in the House of Lords this
evening, on Lord Dunraven'a bill to re
form that body. The main features of the
bill are that peers of creation shall be en
titled to a M at iu the House of Lords by
election, and that they may resign their
I seats to become eligible to the House of
Commons. A provision is also made for
the admission of colonial, dissenting and
scientific representatives. Lord Salisbury
objected tj the bill ;u un,, abandonment
I of firm rock experience, to plunge
I into an unknown government. They
were willing to consider the admission of
life peers aud other needful reforms, for
which they would introduce a separate
, bill. Lord Dunraven thereupon introduced
! his bill.
Attempted Suicide.
Denver, April 26.—Ben S. Bobbins, as
sistant U. 8. district attorney for Colorado
aud formerly State senator of Kentucky
and a prominent politician of that State,
attempted suicide in his room this morn
! ing by cutting his throat with a pen knife.
Bobbins has been drinking heavily of late,
and at the time of the attempt on his life
was suffering from a slight attack of de
lirum tremens. It is reported that domes
tic troubles, together with the refusal of
his wife to come to Denver to live, drove
him to drink and to attempt to take his
life. The physicians are of the opinion
that he will recover. His family, in La
grange, Ky., have been notified.
Laying the Corner Stone.
Paris, April 26.—President Carnot ar
rived to-day at Agen, where he laid the
foundation stone of the new lyceum. The
President met with an enthusiastic recep
tion. The day's ceremony was marred by
a serious accident. A platform which had
been erected for the accommodation of
guests collapsed and tweaty persons were
injured. There were several bundled per
sons on the platform at the time of the ac
cident. *
French Biots.
Paris, April 26 —A dispat ch from Nancy
says that a riot broke out there this even
ing, a mob of Boulangists attacking the
suident clubs with stones and other mis
ailes. When the dispatch was sent the po
lice were trying to disperse the rioters.
Midnight—A dispatch from Nancy says:
The disturbance continued to a late hour
A number of police were injured. Several
of the rioters were arrested. The crowd
finally dispersed and the town is now quiet.
A FRIGHTFUL SKIN DISEASE.
Safterings Intense. Head nearly raw.
Body covered with Sores. Cured
by the Cuticura Remedies.
Messrs. Stevens & Brusnxb, Monroe, N. C.
Dear Sirs :—About two months ago. on your
recommendation, I bought a bottle of Cutuuka
Resolvent, one box Cuticura Salve, and one
cake of Cuticura Soap, for my son. aged thir
teen years, who has been afflicted with eczema
for a long time, and I am pleased to say that I
believe the remedies have cured him. His suf
ferings were intense, bis head being nearly raw,
his ears being gone exoept the gristle, and his
body was covered with sores. His condition was
frightful to behold. The sores have now all dii
appeared, his skin is healthy, eyes bright, cheer
ful in disposition, and is working every day My
neighbors are witnesses to this remarkable cure,
and the doubting ones are requested to call or
w*rite me, or any of my neighbors
WM.8 STEPHENSON.
\\ incl.e-ter P. O., Union Co., N. C.
Monbor, N. C., Oct. 29, 1887.
The Potter Dauo ani> » hkmical Co. :
Gentlemen .-— Mr. Win H. Stephenson of this
county, brought his son to town to-day to let us
see him, and to show us what. Cuticura Reme
dies had done for him. This is the case referred
to in our letter to you some time ago. To look
at tlie boy now, one would suppose that there
had never («'en anything the matter with him,—
seems to he in perfect health. We have written
and herewith inclose what Ills father lias to say
about the matter,—wrote it just as Le dictated.
We are selling quite a quantity of Cuticura
Remedies and hear nothing but praise for them.
We regard the Cuticura Remedies the liest in
the market, and shall do all we cun to promote
tlieir sale. Yours truly.
STEVENS* BRUNER,
Druggists and Pharmacists.
Cuticura, the great skin cure, and Cuticura
Soai*, prepared from it, externally, and Cuticura
Resolvent, the new blood purifier, internally,
are positive cure for every form of skin ana
blood diseases from pimples to scrofula.
Sold every where. Price: Cuticura. 50 cents ;
Soap, 25 cents ; Resolvent, 81. Prepared by the
Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Biston.
©»-ru-ud for "How to Cure Hkln Diseases," 64
pages, 59 illustrations, and 100 testimonials.
PIM
PLES, black-heads, red, rough, chapped
and oily skin prevented by Cuticura
Sneezing Catarrh.
Tlie distressing sneeze, sneeze, sneeze, the
acrid, watery discharges from the eyes and nose,
the painful Inflammation extending to the throat,
the swelling of the mucous lining, causing chok
ing sensations, cough, ringing noises in the head
and splitting headaches,—how familiar these
symptoms are to thousan Is who suffer periodi
cally from head colds or Influenza, and who live
In ignorance of the fact that a single application
of Sanford's Radical Cure for Catarrh will
afford instantaneous re'i f.
But this treatment in cases of simple Catarrh
Elves but a faint idea of what this remedy will
do in the chronic forms, where the breathing is
obstructed by choking, putrid mucous accumu
lations, the hearing affected, smell and taste
gone, throat ulcerated and hacking cough gradu
ally fastening Itself upon the debilitated system.
Then It Is ttiat the marvellous curative power of
Sanford's Haiih ai. Cure manifests Itself in In*
stantaneous aud grateful relief. Cure tiegins
from the first application. It is rapid, radical,
permanent, economleal, safe.
Sanford's Radical Cuke consists of one bot
tle of the Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal
Solvent and an Improved Inhaler; price, (I.
Poiter Drug A Chemical Co., Boston. _
PAINS AND WEAKNESSES
OF FEMALES
Instantly relieved by tlie Cntlfiirn
Anli-Pniu HluNler, a new, mn-d
^^^UPfigrecablc instantaneous and infallible
pain-killing plaster, especially adap
ted to relievo Female Pains and Weak
nesses. Warranted vastly superior to
an omer plasters, and the most perfect Antidote
to Pain, Inflammation and Weakuess yet com
pounded. At all druggists, 25 ceDts; five for 81 ;
or, postage free, of Potter Drug anh Chemical
Co., Boston, Mass
I No. 1649.1
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OF UKI.ENA.
ORGANIZED IN 1866.
Oesiçiiated Depository ot the United
States.
Pnld-l'p ChiiIIhI...........................•500,000
8 or|ilu* au«) ProUtM.................... 300,000
S. T. HACHER, President.
A. J. DAVIS, Vice-President.
K. W. KNIGHT, Cashier.
T. H. KLEINHCHMIDT. Am'* Cashier.
Honrtf of 1*1 Factors.
S. T. HAUHER, JOHN C. CURTIN.
A. M. HOLTER. R. H. HAMILTON.
JNO. H. MING. C. P. HIGGINS,
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T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, HENRY M. PÄRCHEN
T. O. POWER.
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General Banking Business Transacted.
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Have just received and off^r for sale Mrs.
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Will make a specialty of Blank-Books
manufactured to order. Mining Blanks
of every description, suih as Pay-Bolls
Assay Blanks, etc., eto.
Magazines neatly bound at low prices.
C. K. COLE, M. D. J. M. SLIGH, M. 0.
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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
HELENA..............-....................MONTANA'
Office—106 Grand street, (near Main.) Calls
promptly answered, night and day. Telephone,
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HELENA. MONTANA.
Glvee special attention to diseases of the KYB,
EAR. tHROAT and CHEST. Also, All
Chronic Disease«. dawly-ang H
DR. M. ROCKMM,
Physician, Nnrgcon, Accoucheur, Oc
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Member of Ban Frandaoo Medical Society, also
Nevada State Medleal Society.
Offloe—Over Parchen's drag store. Entrance
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STATE SCHOOL OF MH
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HELENA, M. T.
UNITED STATE« DEPOSITORY.
Capital, - - - - 8250,000
Surplus Profits, - - 90,000
DIRECTORS.
C. A. BROADWATER, . - Prmldeut
A. G. CLARKE, • • • Tlce*Pr«wld«nt
E. SHARPE,........('ashler
H. E. ATKINSON...................Asa*. Cashier
F W Caiman, Herman Cans, N (' Aahby,
H. F. Galen, A. II. Wilder.
SECOND NATIONAL
BANK.
HELENA,...................................MONTANA.
Paid up Capital, - 875,000.
Surplus & Profits, 15,000.
Interewt Allowed on Time Depoaita.
E. D EDOERTON, President.
C. K. COLE, Vice President.
GEORGE B. CHILD, Cashier
JOE. N. KENCK, Asst. Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
E. D. Edgerton. C. K. Cole.
J. B. Hanford. Chris Kenck.
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Sr-ott's, Purdev's, Weitley Richards', Parker's,
Colt's, Greener's, Smith's, and all other makes,
breeeh-loadlng double guns, 810 and up to 8300.
Now in stock a lot of second-hand guns, some
of highest grade. Bargains ! which will soon be
taken up. Send six cents In stamps for illus
trated catalogue and second-hand list. Cut this
out, sure. Established 1826.
WILLIAM REED & SONS,
107 Washington Street, Boston, Mass
SUMMONS
Terrltorv of Montana, county of Lewis and
Clarke—SS. In the Justice's Court of Rock
Creek Township, before Edw. E. Billings, Jus
tice of the Peace.
II. A. Milot, plaintiff, )
versus ,- SUMMONS.
Hurry F. Adams, defendant. )
The people of the Territory of Montana, to the
above named defendant, greeting :
Y OU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear
before me, Edw. E. Billings, a Justice of tho
Peace, In and for the county of Lewis and Clarke,
at my office in Rock ( 'reek Township, within ten
days after the publication of this summons and
exclusive of last publication, then and there to
make answer to the complaint of H. A. Milot,
the above named plaintiff, In a civil action to
recover the sum of thirty-four dollars and ninety
two cents (834.92) and in default thereof. Judg
ment will he rendered against you Harry F.
Adams, the above named defendant, for the sum
of thirty-four 92 dollars an I costs of suit In his
liehalf expended.
Given under my hand tills 28th day of March,
A. D. 1888. EDW. E. BILLING«.
Justice of the Peace of said Township
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HALF-BREED
G-alloway Bull*.
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The Galloway Cattle Co. have for aale 35 head
of yearling and 15 head of two-year-old Galloway
Half-Breed Bulls.
Bulla purchased of this Company two years
ago by the Musselshell Association have given
the very best satisfaction. Refer to D. Blacker,
Helena.
As beef cattle the Galloways have no superior
and, having a heavy ooat of hair, have no equals
in standing the severe winters of Montana.
The Bulls can be seen at the Company's ranch
near Bercail, Muscleshell Valley. For particu
lan addrress
ANDREW J. FISK, Secretary,
daw-feblS Helena, Mont
E l PÄRCHEN &
Leading
DRUGGISTS.
Helena, M. T.
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JUST RECEIVED.
Carload FLASK• and VIALS.
Carload LINSEED OIL.
Carload NEW YORK and MICHIGAN PLASTER.
Carload PORTLAND CEMENT.
Carload SULPHl'RIC ACID.
Carloail WINDOW GIANS.
We oiler these good* to Caoh Buyers at Prioew thnt DEFY COMPETITION !
Parchen's 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.
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SMALLEST. CHEAPEST, EASIEST TO TAKE.
Beware of Imitations, containing Poisonous
Minerals. Always ask for Dr. Pierce's Pellets,
which are little Sugar-coated l'ills, or Anti
bilious Granules. ^
Being Purely Vegetable, Dr. Pierces
Pellets operate without disturbance to the
system, diet, or occupation. Put up in glass
vials, hermetically sealed. Always fresh and
reliable. They are a gentle laxative, or an
active purgative, according to size of dose.
SICK HEADACHE.
HIIIoiim Headache,
Dizziness, Constipa
tion, Indigestion,
llllious Attacks, and
all derangements of
the stomach and
bowels, are promptly
relieved and permanently
cured by the use of Dr. Pi
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cured by the use of Dr. Pierce'« Pleasant
■urxativo Pelleta. In explanation of the I
_ jmcdinl power of these Pellets over so great
a variety of diseases, it may truthfully be said
that their action upon the system is univer
sal. not a gland or tissue escaping their sana
tive influence. Sold by druggists, for 25 cents
a vial. Manufactured at the Chemical Lab
oratory of World's Dispensary Medical
Association, No. 663 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y.
$ 500 ™
is offered by tho manufactur
ers of Dr. Sage'« Catarrh
Kemcdy, for a case of
Catarrh in flic Head
which they cannot cure.
SYMPTOMS OF CATARRH. —Dull,
heavy headache, obstruction of the nasal
passages, discharges falling from the head
into the throat, sometimes profuse, watery,
and acrid, at others, thick, tenacious, mucous,
purulent, bloody and putrid; the eyes are
weak and watery; there is ringing in the
ears, deafness, backing or coughing to clear
the throat, expectoration of offensive matter,
together with scabs from ulcers; tho voice
is changed and has a "nasal twang"; the
breath is offensive; smell and taste arc im
paired; there is a sensation of dizziness, with
mental depression, a hacking cough and gen
eral debility. Only a few of the above-named
symptoms are likely to tie present in any one
case. Thousands of eases annually, without
manifesting half of the above symptoms, re
sult in consumption, and end in the grave.
No disease is so common, more deceptive and
dangerous, or less understood by physicians.
By its mild, soothing, and healing properties.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy cures the worst
casescr Catarrh, "Cold in the Head,"
Coryza, and Catarrhal Headache.
Sold by druggists everywhere; 50 cents.
"Untold Agony from Catarrh."
Prof W. Hausner, tho famous mesmerist,
of Ithaca, N. 17, writes: "Some ten years ago
I suffered untold agony from chronic nasal
catarrh. My family physician gave me up as
incurable, and said I must die. My case was
such a bad one, that every day. towards sun
sot my voie© would become so hoarse I coule*
barely speak above a whisper. In the morning
my coughing and clearing of iny throat would
almost strangle me. By the use of Dr. Sage's
Catarrh Remedy, in throe months, I was a well
man, and the cure has been permanent."
"Constahtly Hawking and Spitting."
Thomas J. Rushing, Esq., ~00: Pine Street,
St. Louie, Mo., writes: "I was a great sufferer
from catarrh for three years. At times I could
hardly breathe, and was constantly hawking
and spitting, and for the last eight months
could not breathe through the nostrils. I
thought nothing could be done for me. Luck
ily, I was advised to try Dr. Sage's Catarrh
Remedy, and I am now a well man. I believe
it to be the only sure remedy for catarrh now
manufactured, and one has only to give it a
fair trial to experience astounding results and
a permanent cure." . . . .
A complete Treatise on Catarrh, giving val
uable hints as to clothing, diet, and other
matters of importance, will be mailed, post
paid to any address. <>n receipt Of a two-cent
postage stamp. Address,
World'« IHtpsnoary Medical Association,
No. 663 Main Street. BUFFALO. N. Y,
Sale of Cattle, Hoises, and Rinches.
The executrix of the last will of John H. Ming,
deceased, will sell to the highest bidder for cash,
the cattie, about 1.100 head, more or lees, belong
ing to the estate of John H. Ming, deceased, and
now upon the ranges of Fergus, and other ad
joining counties of Montana Territory.
Bids in writing at a stated price per head are
invited up to May 1st, 1888. Tlie cattle will be
delivered upon their accustomed ranges at the
spring and fall round-ups in 1888, in such man
ner as may be agreed upon between the execu
trix and purchaser. All cattle of whatever age,
sex, or condition, branded with the Ming brand,
shall be counted as they run. Sucking calves to
lie thrown in. Bidders must state whether they
desire any certain number of head less than all
to be found, or every head found at round-ups
of 1888.
Purchasers of all hand that may be found In
1888 to have first right to purchase any cat:.e
which may be found in round-ups of 1889 at same
prlco j*ald in 1888. Payment to be .-ash in man
ner to be agreed upon between executrix and
purcha* it. The express right is reserved to re
ject any und all bids.
The saddle horses heretofore used to round-up
the Ming band of cattle will also be sold, and
bids are Invited for them at a stated price per
head. Bids for the horses must be separate from
the bids for cattle, and the right to reject any aud
all bids is expressly reserved.
The ranches, generally known as the Ming
ranches In Fergus county, will also be sold, the
property consisting of about610 acres well fenoed,
watered, and well adapted to cattle and horse
growing. Bids are invited for the property and
must be separate from bids for cattle or horses.
The right to reject any all bids is reserved.
All bids must be In writing in detail and ad
dressed to the undersigned at Helena, Montana
Territory. KATHARINE L. BUNG,
Executrix of last will of John H. Ming, deceased.
Dated Helena, March 21, 1888.
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Mechanics' Tools, Mill Supplies, Belt
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Battery Screen, Steel Wheel
barrows, Iron, Steel, Pipe
and Heavy Hardware.
Disston's Celebrated Circular Saws,
and Rival Steam Boiler Feed 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-angl3
Great English Remedy.
Murray's Specific.
A guaranteed cure for all 'nervous
JlJj diseases,Huch as H'psk Memory,
WjiJ I.OM« of Hrain Power. Hysteria,
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Lannllu«!«-, Neininal AYeaknenn, Impo
tency ami genernl Iosh of power of the Generative
Organs;—in either Sex. caused by indiscretion
or over exertion, and which ultimately lead_to
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an«l 4'oimii nipt Ion, 81.00 a box or
six boxes for 85.00. Sent by mall on re
ceipt of price. Full particular* in pam
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We Gnnrranfee Nix Boxe« [after]
to cure any case. For every 85.00 order received,
we send six boxes, with written guarantee to re
f >nd the money If our Specific does not ellect a
cure. Address all communications to the Sole
Manufacturers.
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©»"Sold In Helena by H. M. PARC H EN A CO.,
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LEGAL BLANKS.
FOR THE USE OF
LAWYERS, JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, rONVKYAN
CER8, SURVEYORS, AGENTS, OWERS ANO LESSOR"
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
be«*' carefully prepared hy a lawyer, are in con
tinuity with the statutes of the Territory, aud
are applicable to any county In Montana.
DISTRICT COURT BLANKS.
Per dos. Per 100
Notice of Appeal..............
Undertaking on Appeal............ .50
Aff. ord. and notice for wit..........75
Subpoena.....................................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.......................50
Writ of attachment......................35
Und. on attachment....................35
Affidavit for attachment.............50
Subpœua .....................................35
Summons.....................................35
Summons for juror......................35
REAL ESTATE BLANKS*
Bond for deed..............................75
(iuit claim deed...........................75
Warranty deed...........................75
Bargain and sale deed.................75
Lease...........................................50
Mortgage ....................................75
Assignment of mortgage............75
Mechanic* lein............................75
MINING BLANKS.
Notice of location (quartzj.........50
Deed of mining claim..................75
Application for patent...................
Water Right Ixtcstion................50
Lode Representation...................50
Placer Location.......................... 50
MICELLANEOUS BLANKS.
Sheriff sale..................................5Q
Bounty certificate (wild animals) .50
Certificate of Incorporation...... . .75
Bond........... 50
Acknowledgements.................. .35
Chattel mortgage........................75
Bill of sale...................................75
Power of attorney............... .50
A discount of ten per cent, made on orders
amounting to |5. ar. J twenty-five per cent, on
orders amounting to 110 or over.
Postage prepaid on all orders. Special ferma
of any blanks made to order at low prloea.
Chock and money orders to be mane payable to
FISK BROS., Helena, Mont.
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