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Griffith & Th.[l nl,
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S&.SH AND BLINDS,
atd all kin t. of
\; .t" ,1 t, ('C tra .t f,-r the r-rce tijn ,,f
1 1 1 / . ML 'L IWI:INGS an.. all
I ' I: FIliME
. - tantly , h t l h a r'h,,,. . :as
T,-i:RE o1 IDAHO STREET.
' 3 " h.-- . . " l ,b,. ic that r. h our fa 'i:itiet
S ý, t r " a- . ,r l .n ttk. t'.ractb at the
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4 ...,1 at. lu: .n Sitre. t..
Toni C. Power,
i'ORT BENTO , MONTANA,
StoraIge & Conmnission
Gr oceries, Liquors!
Ot ITFITTING GOODS!
:.,. A dvances made on Consignments
\ - , .\t*' . and .l e'IC r in
L, -: and : , t mprvel pa tent-.
• LINED REAPER
LI liT MARKET WAGONS
I,.. he ex ucluive a.ency fo.; tc above tarm
-_ : t..,,..t.t and bh inr familiar witi the right
c e-eart for the ' T . tury.,I will only import
.s nrelede.l ad w'i:' wirraut to sell lower than
Circular ani Przie Current, Address
TOM C. POWER,
I',r_(t Benton, M. T.
, . :nw tf
KING & GILLETTrE.
ri·: A NA .
i olA*antd Shoes.
: . ? on ,i rcvhandltl:ae. aod gioHt1 stored
it a fire- root wwabeose.
'Al !Cr O & (ITLLETT.
ApiIa.zt vf tO 6creiwuaYt uI .pIIred epsktery'
FOR DISBURSIUB OFFICERS.
EZRA MILLARD, P raidest.
J. H. MILLAR.D, CQAier.
Omaha National Bank,
,iital S1" ,1000. Author 44 Cpital $500,000.
T 1I? RANK deals in Foreiigs ead DomEtio Es
I''. (nve. Ocernmett Ponds. Go3 Cola .d
.t.. tihe j'urc has e of
J. 11 lill , v rmcrlr ol lko BiD k
,.t \irginia and Hei.e Citie. Moatas, i mow
of tbhis Ankgp4' i" ! b P' IP
LEA. F. XIIADSTON,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELJa
V Je.Fo 4 IaJL. 8t.. rg ims CANJrM.1
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Nause, Carroll & C..,
BALTIMORE, - MARYLAND.
LFOR the acc.-mmodation of ,ur Western Trade
k we have opened a
40 ch 47
tivex- St., Chica.o,
And shall at all time keep on hand a
LARGE STOCK OF
OF THE BEST QUALITY !
I'o which we respectfully invite the attention
SOLE AGENTS FOR
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MILK,
A. FIELIL)S O(STERS
Numsen, Carroll & Co.,
13 AL TI a OR E,
RIVER STREET, CIICAGO.
Smith & Graeter
BANNACK C/TY, M. 7
A!'wavs have on hand and for -a!e a
LAHGE V AHIETY.
TEA, COFFEE, SUGARS'
SALT, SPICES, FLOUR,
BACON, RAMS, SOAP,
BOOTS, SHOES, CLOTHING
Dry Goods, Etc.
Also, a large and well-a.sorted stock of Drags ans
Ah of thes articles will be soldai the blest
i'Cassh Prices :.AS
WYe hard a cmarmdidas 1
torag e of Goods
Liberal d'vmeeo wM.s(p cme on
i A MA
,rtnrle rmedy by whis he w aei.
giruhioen t. prfit by M il-r
4,, ,.r. hx-4rCiig4J. i r S. N.cu Rdm
iv 4:~r.I ',, ~~ 'c.!4r S. N.' wcY~rk
nyders, Wigert & Co.,
W E are now prepared to ftrnish a .uperio
quality of the following kinds of
anne d at the
lqual is Tannose, Finish and Durability to the
very best qua!ity of Easter tanned Leather.
FIRST GUALITY SOLE LEATHER, per lb. 58 .t
FINISHED CALF SKINS, per dozen, $80 to $1t1
do KIP do do $75 to 120
FAIR and COLORED SHEEP SKINS,
Per dozen, $16 to 1750
FINISHED UPPER, per Side, $6 to $
Notice the reduction in price !
B E i N G PRACTICAL TANNNER OUR
1) SELVES, and determined that Montana shall
supply her own Leather, we are daily turning out
flaished leather of all clases which for quality and
Kept constantly on hand and cut to any desired
size to suit customers.
We have appointed the follow ino persons as
Agents for the sale of stock. where maewtarers
and consumers arc respectfully solicited to call and
NICK IILLEN, (Gurney & Co.] - HELENA
W. P. ARMSTRONG, Wallace St, - VIRGINIA
SVNY'YERS, JFLYGERi Tct CO.
Mill Creek, M. T.
F'eb l w ly
Woolworth & Barton
Transportation Line !
GENERAL EASTERN OFFICE
1254 Broadway, New York.
GENERAL WESTERN OFFICE :
St. Joseph, - - - Missouri
ILL FORWARD.FREIG HT TO I ILi TER
From their Warehouses at the terminus of the
Union Pacific Railroad
U. P. RAiL ROAD, E. D;
For ti e. Ihipplag diftctlo, etc.. appty at the
GeneralOfce of the Oampuy, or
Eigh1t & Parker. Ageals No. no WIagblsm
George H l. Y , Agme Nos 49 SeeS
~I G*~Fb-I n
Sfdaw -- iAreu . !hrnet Roms ci..
rN. 23· O~mmlmI
At ffg4_ A~aumpds.Sa Ild" M Oe
-- Pa~Saimm7°'LI...I ýMob
P~t~t~5~ss. hezs, VtCrW.
B aim gbirsMe, ntf lH, . -. -
LiNCOLN :;V LCH. M. T.
'lay ".. '?GO ~ PERRY f ce
Dano, Stiart &, Co.,
Whol.sl...a.d ..u ..s... Is
GRO CERI 1ES,
Wines and Liquors
Deer Lodge Oity, (Oottonwood) Montana
HAVE on band a large and well-assorted stook
of staple and
Fancy Groceries !
Consistion in par: o
B ams, Lard,
Shawh an Whisky
Segars a~A Pw
Calilornia Mining Tools
CLOTHING, HATS. AND OAP
Harness and Leather.
We will soon be In receipt of a consignment of
BITTER ROOT FLOUR,
Which is said to be equally as good as the Oregon
iear, which we will sllt at prieo that will
HAIR RESTORATI VE.
JOSEPH FItIAND, the French Barber at Dia
oP moed City. is prepared to restore hair to the
bald, and will give security that the hair will grow
in all its natural beauty and lnstre or no charge
w 11 be made, providing customers will give seco
rity that the work will be paid fIbr if the hair is
retored. Mr P. will give security from afty to
too thousasd dollars, according to the case. that
tu hair will be restored in all its natural luzurian
cy, and in return would only ask security that he
seunre his pay if the job is satisahtory All kinds
of work Ielonging to thu trade will be done in a
mauner to warrant the utmost stisfaction.
SB. I did not wish to pblish my business to
t. publio utl I had satisftory evidenee that I
caild accomplish what I claimed. Having done
sole some extreme eases I am now reedy to pro
eed to business, aad would ask the afflicted to
kror me with a call. next door to the What Cheer
Batel. JOSEPH FRIAND
Diamomd City. M T, April 25 wly
J. B. LORAINE,
Big Hole Bridge,
Or the most direet route from Virginia City to BiUer
Bow, keeps on band
A LARGE SUPPLY
IRO VISIONS A.iD GROCERIE&
RfRESHMENTS PROVIDEb FOR TRAVELER
A PINE STABLE
W.Y. Pemberon, L W. T*o*%
Pemberton & Toole,
A TTORNE YS-A T-LA W
HEA,. - - - - MONTANA TERRITORY.
SILL praetle in aU the Courts of the Territory
of MontaAs. i.135
Sames II. Brown,
ArTORNEY AT LAW, Deer Lodge city. M.
WT. Will practice in all the Courts of the Ter
E. F. PHELPS,
A- e'_ a w Law, . anua., M. T.,
KfILL practc lmall the eorte of the Territory,
sad pay sprceI attMtlon to the colleotke of
Atrmiy an Counsellor at Law
And Solicior in (Jknacery.
OB at Erforts & Besh's old stand.
JS*on 5tsUt................ ..irzgisa City
LN W. FRArIk
SGIoAL a n MECE4NICAL
o10 bn oeat othe Pes olse vligi City
L MT. B8ae ad oomplete ets of teeth In
lahe t bet style known to the preoeas
All urk guaranteerd. Price reumsasoa
For Disbursing Offloers !
Paid in Capital, - - - $100,000
Authorized Capital, $500,000
8. T. HAUSER. 8. M. HALL,
Jxo. 8. ATcL oN; Cashier.
First National Bank
Minerals and Ores correctly Assayed.
GOLD AND SILVER BARS
Guaranteed U. 8. Standard
AUGUSTUS STEITZ, Asayer.
EXCL USI VELY
BOOTS AND SHOES!
GU L RNT EY & C O.,
1VIIOLESAL'E d RE7A IL
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 34, Maiun Street,
HELENA. - - MONTANA,
At the ~IUN of the
N. B. Gurney & '. s. Boots and Shoes are
Custom made and Warranted.
19 ly NICK MILLE N.
Tootle, Leach -& Co.,
lWholesale (mnd Retail
Staple anid Fancy
Q UEENSWARE, HARD WARE,
Fire Proof Storage Beoeived.
tea dm:ma.to "example,
Wallace Street, Virginla City,
E wrald most rapeottally seosme to the
Spulblie that we have perfected arragmaests
F. l. .lerk r Ce.
Geo. L. Skoup,
S Salmon City
'Wck A Ce.,
at oa pb~e ft *r* alwy4 ad.d at Sar..T
Ua.ll selt o M h o a. are O brsdd,
leek Tai Darthsk. moSYwtr
One-aIghtt of a mile seoth of Son River cross
ing, and four miles esas of
FORT SHAW, M. T.
C. A. BULL & CO., Proprietors.
1-'OW open for guests, and fitted up n first class
- style. A No. , twestory kouse etirely ee.
fitted up with ucommodioous, finely finished and
failL kdl roomr, sad
spread with the best the market affords. Every
attention shown to our guests.
GIVE US A CALL;
We promise you good meals, clean beds, good
usage awd moderate bills at the
GooD STABLE ANYD CORRAL.
Feed, 8tabling and Gooed Grooming,
"'1I IE PUBILIC3
WE GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION
S TOC CK.
FURNISHING S TO B E
Connected with the above Establishment.
Frrighters, Travellers and Residents supplied
BOOTS and SHOES.
At the lowest
Provisions, Milk, Patter and all kinds of prt
duce kept constantly on hand. In abort we pnr
pose to make the NATIONAL HOTEL
Headquarters for Everybody,
And respectfully solicit Publio Iptronagie.
Give Us a Call!
Conveyance for Guests to and from Fort Shaw.
Deer Lodge City., M. T.
BILLY WILSON. - - - - Proprietor,
fA ne saloon is attached to the Bakery, and a
Club-Room, both of which are fitted up with
all the modern improvements. The purest liquors
and the best brands of oigars are served out to ous
tomers. I am always glad to see my old friends,
wholive upon the other side of the mountains, a.
well as those upon this side.
'Corner Idaho and Jackson Streets,
Virginia, - - - Montana.
J. B. CHAPIN, - - Preprietor.
THIS well known hotel hasbeen thorough
lyrepaired and renovated in all its de
partments. A first class table will be main
tained, and will be furnished with the choicest
viands the market affords. The comnort and
convenience of boarders and visitors will be
carefully; attended to. Careful and trust
worthy waiters in constant attendance on the
S. MBcott, Proprietor,
Blackroot City, Montana.
BOARD by the day or week. The table "always
sumpps with the deliacik€ of the season.
Percival l Cranston,
BTERLING CITY, M. T.
W Sake plmmse. in informing the travelling
pubic, or persos visiting the mines in this
viointy, that the Strling House offers as mach
comfrt to its guests as to generally found at hotels
In the mountafas, aud charges sn reasonable. The
table is always supplied with the best the market
afords, and thebar with the choicest liquors and
DR. l UFEL.UaV'D'S
CEI ,E EB IT.ADr=
SWISS STOMACH BITTERS
e best Purifier of the Blood !
TR A pSat Toale!
I T!i A'ery' areab.e D rrbIut
V II _ ton ., -e retiioos of tbs hd
sy, bowels, stosaab and fler
` , , quor, dreg nad grosery store.
ý9 UETHOUMW IT T.
J TAYLOR . BENDEL, Sole Areats
141 413 lay BSL., San Fmaelseoo
Core.r o1 5.ih..a su4 Waal..
And dRal l gn
An4' 43 In
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