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Till:DAILY [JTDEPENDENTl HELENA* MONDAY ^hm.m.m^. im ( !:.\.m:K 31 1894
WeWish You All a
Armtake this opportunity to^th.ink our friends and patrons for^their kind patronage during the^past year. We shall do our^utmost dining 1K9S by giving^you the very hest goods for your^MOOty to retain y^our custom,^an^ want you to bring your^friend*, vo us, as we will treat^thetaaaWtll) and will uphold our^reputation with them as we have^with you. Wnatever you buy of^us you may '*l^r assured is the^best that lObney can buy. Our^trade during the Holidays was^pin nomenal, and our customers^were well pleased with their pur^^chases, Liquors of all sorts are^kept more or less in every home,^either for a daily stimulant, or for^medicinal purposes, and when^you are in question where to^buy, and have not bought of 111^before, we woi'd like a trial^order. Our assortment is always^complete we never allow an)^brand to run out.
Thisis the enly house in Mon^^tana making a specialty of
Theonly house which has per^^fect facilities for keeping, storing^and developing them. Wines^bought of us are in perfect con^^dition^are of exactly the age^claimed for them^are in all cases^from the best vintages -and are^sold for 40 per cent less than the^prices asked by other concerns^for inferior goods.
Wehave the sole agency for^the ^Old Continental^ hand^^made, copper distilled
Anabsolutely pure article of the^highest grade. We carry it in^stock oi different ages^sell it in^any quantity-*-and alwa\I have^it on hand in our sample rooms.
ChampagnePunch and^Turkey Lunch on New^Year's Day.
Despitethe Circumstances Mistoula County^Went Right Ahead With tha Work^ol Development.
PURCHASE OF THE SIOUX MINE.
PretldentFarrell of the Parrott Company^Secure* a Controlling Intereit In^the Valuable Property,
IclejiioneNo, 29a 46 S. Main St
H|ieolalto Thi' 111.1^-1^ ii'l. nt
Missoula,I)^r. 10.^NiitwIlhNtanaiiiB^the K'lioial depression In mining, there^Iium hem Bumf d^ velupment In Mlsniniln^lanipM iIuiIiik UM yiar IK94 .in.I there^Ih apparently u more healthy fcelliijf^ua to the future. The principal mine^of thin lounly continue* to be the Iron^^ Mountain, which, notwithstanding the^\nw price* of *llver ami lead, ha* been^I paying dlvld, nd* and I* reports to be^In belter condition at present than ever^before. In the early part of the year^the Klutft waa aunk 200 fci t addi^^tional to a depth of 500 fee* below tin*^tunnel level. Ix^vels were run, stupes^started and the concentrutliiR mill re-^Hiimed operation* alum! the middle of^the year. The average dally produc^^tion In now about twenty ton* of i - hi -^ceiitiatca uHHayiiiK ten minie* ^llver^and SO per rrnt. lend.
Thedevelopment* nn the head of^Nine Mile creek at .Mm timer have been^Important uml pnnnlse an Increased^yield next year. The pmpertleH In thla^vicinity are nil gold hearing. The Nine^Mile company operating at thin point^ha* dropped continuously for the piiHt^nine mouth* ten of their twenty stumps,^lotrge or' lode* have been opened In^the mine. It I* understood that the^company will clo^e down about the 0rut^of the year and In the spring will hiiIi-^Htllule water power for aleum. It alio^contemplate* putting In a buck. I I I' I^train from he hagle mine to the mill.^Thi* will ^,ive conHldciablc irmiNp illa^^tion expenae and, together with ihe^water power, will effect u Having of^about 1,1100 monthly on the expense* of^ruiiiiliig the mine and mill.
Duringthe year the San Martina^Mining company, owning claims ad-^i Joining those of the Nine Mile cninimny,^ha* erected a five-stamp mill, bulit^tramway ore llnea and a comtorlalde^In ml.nk' bouse. It has been running^the mill for two months and expect* to^continue iiperatlons during the winter.^On the Ht. Kegls there have be n Im-1^portant developments which ni'Xt year^^ ill largely Increase the tnetnlic yield!^of the county. The Oro Kln ^ Mining |^company, operating near I)e llorgin, ll^now building a live-stamp water power^mill and expect* to have It crushing ore^by next March.
TheLast Chance mine, near Hultere,^Is a silver prop: rly which has come to^the front this lust lull as a producer of^high grade ore. Five carloads of ore^have been shipped and yielded hand^^some piollts to the owners. Then Is^promise lhat It will be a heavy producer^In IM.V t'onsldei able ore has been^i hipped during the year from the Char^^coal mine at Canvas Prairie, and live^carloads of pyrlllc gold ore have been^sent to the smelter* from the White^Cloud mine on Might Mile creek.
Thetotal production of ore in Mis^^soula county lei the yenr 1SH4 ha* been^In exce** of prcvlou* yeur*. There ha*,^however. heen less general prosp/ctlng^done. In the placer mines there has^been the usual activity with the de^^crease In production fiom shallow dig^^gings made up by Increased yields from^larger enterprise*. The Cedar Creek^an 1 California Culch mines, op-ned up^by large flumes and hydraulics, have^largely Increased their yield and are^now In position to handle more gravel^than ever before. Other placer pr^po^^sitions are In I fair way to be more sys^^tematically developed during thm-
SALEOF THE SIOUX.
7re President of the Parrott Company Now^Own* the Mine.
Arno^t Inpo'tant mining deal was
con*unin.-iledyesterday In this dty,^:-.iys the Salt Luko Tribune, and th I^owneishln irf the Sioux mine at 'rintlc^passed Into the hands of Franklin Far^i ell, of Ansonla. Conn., pictldcul of the^i ai rott Alining ft Simlling I nmpuny. of^Dutte, and aim (ounce ted with '.lie
ttrldgtpoilooppot re^Uatry. The t-ouu
noneli.is been OWMd and opeiuted by^nn in iipoiaii.l OOanpaay, the board Off.^ulievloiB licing K. C. bop^i H. S. Joins^olid Heed Smoot, ol l'ro\o, and T. K.^I'utbi ami Ml. U incs, of I. hi. Ncgo-1^nations (or UM pun lias.' of the nine1^^^i'i' i litrii'il iiiin betwi'ni .dr. rarrell's1^agents and lb^ DtMtl of ihe pr. pe ly |^s. vcial week* ago, but it was not un.ll^ve.-t.iday that evtiy thing was cIom 1^up.
Throughthis deal Mr. Farrell be-^come* the owner of over S^I,o.hj out of^tlie 100.000 shares of Sioux stock. While^t he pin ties Interested refuse to slate Ihe^con^ldelation, It Is understood to be a
Immediatelyfollowing the transfer^the prop.-i ty a iioiganlzatl^company took place. The^dli iH-tors if signed and Mi
iiii 0OVJTT1 i i//:.
ItWill Be Seen In All Its Glory it Mln('i^Thla Week.
lioveraof country and eountiy life^will be given an opportunity for enjoy^meat In the production of The Count}^Fair^ Wednesday nlglii at Ming's,^where ii commence* ii two nights en^^Ntejement. This Is Ihe first time the^^County Viilr^ ha* bi-en presented to^the residents of Helena. Tnls plunon-^I enal Play, after Its four years' run In^I New Vmk and one yeur In lloston, will^1 be transferred to this city, with all Its^Weallh of beautiful scenery, stage^aaulpa^nte and mechanical aaTanls^The play Is not an ambitious one; It Is a^simple stoiy of New England life, and^no attempt bus been made to linpurl^s. n/wlI.Hiallsm to any of the situation*,^though the Intenst of the play Is well^sustained throughout. The ubumlance^^ ^r Inallhy humor which prev.nl'* tin^piece makes It all the brighter by con^iiast with It* necuaional louche* of^pathos. The character* are drawn from^I. nig model*, Willi little exaggeration^or caricature to distort ^hem. There I*^nothing more realistic ihsn the living^mom at the old farm house, or the bam^with 11s broad Moor intend with un-^hiiskc d corn. The lofty hay-mow and^Its stalls tenanted With live horse*^must be seen to be apprsrlatid. The^famous race scene, with Its wonderfully^effective realism of thorough!)! cd^horses running three-qlsaTtarg of a mile^In full and continuous view of the audi^^ence, cairtes with It an Intense excite^^ment and thrilling effect.
Thecompany this season Is the^strongest ever set n in the play, ami Is^headed by Marie Hates as Abigail PVM
LISTTH.H is HKLKVTXD,
OverFifty Per Cent of the State Land Cranti^Filled.
;over CO par t ent of the land grants al^^lowed the state by the federal govi rninenl^hate been tilled. State I.hii'I Agent lin k^man In his annual report sahl that there^should be no haste in the selection of the^' balance of the lands, as there are still^pit nty of lands a\ullable to till the grant*^mi, l will he for year* to come. The aev-^' eral grants have now assessed to them^tin following acreage:
labile buildings: Amount of grant,^MMH acres; selections made up to liec. I^last. HMi.CT3.24 acres; leaving to be selected,^] sl.5n.7^.
Orent for Agricultural college, I40.IKKJ^I acres; selection* for the same, 7o,3P^ OH^acti ^, leavsag to be si leeteil, iffl.Mr.MK: a ivs^Grant for Normal school, luti.rwo acres;
ntll'.llllt seleclcd, .,1..',i,I,i;!i. to tie selected,
(Iranifor the School of Mines, Km.lull^laties; selected, jC.uTS.Cil; to be selected,^I tl.MO.S).
(irantfur the I^eaf and Hiimti Asylum.^no.tWO sere*; selected. 2S,!M'I.49; to be **-
IUrant for the Iteform Hchool SO.OM acres;^st let ted. 29,61040; to be selected, 81,880.01.
ofthe Cnlverslty grant 40.OH0 acre* have^been selt^ ted. being the total amount of^the grant.
WHENIT COMES TO
ORANY KIND OF
Wottrj rtoht where wo^have alwaya bee a in thn^front and wo ox peel to^keep ttior ^. TUo nuailty ot^our aoods la bottor than it^has ovar 1 oen, and our ox-^i ollent aorvicn ploaaM our^vast patronag ^ and will^^uroly plaawo you.
. II AITI IIIKIl * CO^Tel. 116. Ne^t to Po^toffiee
FinancialA(.'fint of the United States
Cspltsland t ndlvldftl Tronts
LeOMM bunking biislne** transacted^Interest paid on time deposits.^Hafety deposit boxea
HT IIAI'HKII Pretldent
i;D. KIKlKHTON,..'^lee-Pr^s. and M'g'r
OBU llll.l.Asst. Cashier
HAVEYOU SEEN IT
ACamera taking a Picture 2x1 5-8 Inches for $3.90
A.M. Holtcr Hardware Company
Ueo.K Cojis,^J. II. Hanford,^Henry Klein,^C. K. Cele,
KI). Kdgorlun,^A .1 Hsvls,^Wm. K. Cullen.^John c ^'iirlln.^James A Talbott,
I: W nestlle.
AnOunce ol Preventio
Hurplusand Undivided fronts.
A.J. IiAVIKSmN ....
TheState Board o' Pardons Confirm* the^Governor's Action.
Thestate board of pardons bus con-^llrmcil the governor's action In par^donlng James Dolan, a young mini .vim^was sent to the penitentiary for burg^^lary committed in Hutte May 81. UM^The governor in his letter to the board^concerning this pardon In part said:^^Having Investigated the circum^^stance* surrounding his case. I am con^^vinced that the end* of Justice huve^been fully met In this instance and the^telease of the ci nvlct at this time will^be an act of mercy fully warranted by^the fact*.
Unlunstole a cloak from I MUM It'^Hutte He was unite young and he was^I probably Influenced by two older men^I Who Wore with him when tin act was^! committed. He was sentenced to seven^y. us. and his term, allowing for tho^^good time^ which he would have re^^tched, would expire next hVbruury.
JadaTOJohtl J. McHatton. before^whom Data* was tried, and six of the^Jury recommended executive clemency.
AllOdd I'ellows are cordially Invited to^attend the second annual ball of Vera^ll. bckah lodge. No. 12. L O. O. K. (pri^^vate prlxe man(|uennle). at the auditorium.^New Year's eve. lice. 31. ami can procure^li t nations from any member of the u:i-^^ b rs!a;neil committee. In order to gain^Ion, Invitations must be presented^ai the door. The public are cordially In^t IK I to tin gallery
Intenstallowed on deposits made for^a specltied time.
Transfers^t money made by telegraph.
Exchangesold on ihe principal cities of^the (Tailed Htates and Kurope.
Boxesfoi rent at reasonable rate* In our^nre and burglar proof safe deposit vaults.
Wahave a now ator k ol Chest^Protectors. Woar ono and^avoid Colds, Khoumatism,^Pneumonia and Doctor bills.
BANKOK llr.LKNA.^CAPITAL $200,00 J.
T.r. I 0WKK
A.J BKBHiMAN..^A. C JOllr.bON..
iiireel,trs.^T C. Power. A J. tielismao.^* . C. Juhuson, Kiehard Looker.^Jsinet t ullivaa.
JalerMtallowednn liui* depotlu. Iirhengt^iMti* I un principal citiet of thi 1'ii.til siii-i^i inada ami 1 urop^ Irtn^fnr of money nisi*^pf tolstfrsplt. ^ ollsctioni i loin; t r sttesd'd^to. City, t'oantr sad ^t^uj urcuriutsi uoaaht^rid told.
Parchen-D'AchealDrui Co. | JKe ^t\ori\
PrlMtun exhibition at Mitchell * S.
hora'tdruii store.^By order: Mrs. U U Moses. Mrs I
III. B. W. Hske, it. w. Koto, II. 0
Mtt'lellnn.Wm. Hryburgh, 0 C. Kirk^wold committee on armngrnv nl and In^\ llation.
NEWYORK^163 Sixth At.^HELENA^Sixth and Main.
W'calways tletnand a profit on^what wu sell though Iff sell^many things at less than llioy^cost other tlealers. Tlie abso^^lute necessity, liowevcr, that we^retitu e our stock within the ne.xt^six days -before stock taking^begins- -makes it in our judg^^ment wise to sell goods at or be^^low cost to facilitate sales. We've^no old stock to offer jrou^the^goods nre fresh, bright and de^^sirable in every department^^but there's too many of them ^^we're willing to lose a little^money are you willing to save^a great ileal}
Thesale of wrapper* and of^the new Dress (tootls in the Dry^fioods department continues to^^day. To see the goods is to buy.
,|ei li I pn i- lib nl and director. W. M.^Htadlcv and T. 11 Koblnson were also^, leotad dlt*t't^^r^. leaving two places to^b ^ tilled
Thisileal will result in the erection of^another big reduction plant in Tint If. It^b lug Mr. Kan-ell's Intention to put In^a combination mill of at least 100 tons'^capacity at an early date. The capa^^city of the Sioux for ore production Is^very great, ami the mine has been ex^^tensively developed
ThisIs Mr Kartel * flrst Investment^in rtah property, and the fad that^such careful and conservative capital^^ist* as he I^ reported to be are turning^their attention to I'tall Is a most hope^^ful sign.
In H iur $'i per
Specialblanket sale st the Rett Hive.^Best values ever offend at 76c. $1.15.^11.70 and (3.
ExcursionRates to California.
TheNorthern PaclHc railroad ha*^placed on sale dally round trip tickets^to California points, as follows:
Helenato San Franc Iscn sin! return,^going via Spokane. Tucoma and Part-^land, and returning same way. $;5
ToHan Francisco, going via Spokane,^Tacoma ami I'ortland. and returning^via Ogden and Hutte, ^S0.
ToLos Angeles, going via Spokane,^Tacoma and Portland, entering Han^Francisco In one direction either going^, r ii tiirnlnx. $H^.
ToLos Angelaa, going via Bpoksne,^Tacoma, Portland and tan Francisco,^.tnd i, t .ii in UK via Sacramento und tiB.^den, lid) 60.
Ticketssre limited to sixty dsys for^going passage, good to return at any^time within final limit of six months^from date of Issue.
Thescenery via the Northern Pacific^and Mount Hhn*ta route I* tineiiualed^1'atsengers get a magnificent view of^Mount Shasta from observation cars.
Forfurther information, slc.-pinr, cur^reservations, etc., call on or address^A. I) KDUAil,^Oeneral Agent. Helena, Mont.
Seventy-fiverents will buy a suit of^ladle*' underwear of heavy ribbed fleeced^balhrlfgaa, worth ll.W a suit, at tho lies^Hive this week.
KurdIs un from Ureal Kalis
MissAgnes Cooney is i a. ... Supl.^K. A. Ht*er^^ MrlAf the press of work In^I Is office.
W.H. Ilodi;. is. Joint represcntstlve from^i Deer IsidKe and Missoula counties, Is at^Th Hclcui.
AllanIt. Joj. of LivlnKslun, member of^the house of representative* from Park^OOttAtjr, I* In the city.^' Col. O. P. Chlsholm. Maj. W. W. Alder-^son and T. J. I.ynde, three prominent^liiillatln county people who have been^yltldni ihe capital, left yesterday for^llnteinsn.
Hasfound that her little ones are Im^^proved more by the pleasant laxative,^Syrup nf Figs, when In need of the^lazatlve effect of a gentle remedy than^by any other, and that It Is more ac^^ceptable to them. The true rem. .|y,^Hyrup of Fig*. I* manufactured by the^California Fig Syrup Co. only.
ReiHour tl par ml.
Wehave the call. Just the same a* we^huve In sickness. Pleasure Is the perfume^oi life an.l our extraMs, etc., are the most^delightful of |^-rpltpes. Santa clans^s'ents Christmas afar off. and all person*^af rellned taste select our scents for Xmas^gifts, as our list Includes all foreign and^domestic products. Tolle'* may he be^^witching, but all toilets, bewitching or^otherwise, require one of our toilet sets,^otherwise require one of our toilet sets,^of which we ha\e quite n variety at dif^^ferent prices. If ynu are well, 'tis well; If^you are 111, 'tis certainly wefl for you to^have your prescriptions filled at
HANK.OF 111 l l'.\ \. MONT
ORGANIZEDSEPT. 1, 1890.
Transactsa General Banking Bu-u-^neaa.
I. 11 MVIKRTON.
fiKO.Or.toPE ..^JNO. W LL'KK
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Collection** ipscialtr Interest paid ua^lima dtuuait*. Arcnnnu of lianas. Cerpara-^tiuus. l liuiasnd Indlridutla aollcitwl
lnil.ru | f,rr*spusd*Bta.
alercnniii.Nntiunal tlsuk Ma wYork
Ft.Dearborn Nstionsl Haak' hieaeo
CommeroislNatloDsl bank Chicago
UrthaataLotat lruat toChleate
Mm.l.auu Nslitinsl Hank(jt. Loan
bt.1 sul Nationsl I'aaktit P*u
Arrivalsat The Helena.
WIt Hoilger*. Doer l.odgv: W. M^Tholey. Hutte; Chillies K McKiiln,^ToWtVaendj It. S.Fonl Oraal Falls; Al^^len It. Joy, Mvtaintonj Thomas t'oopcr,
Helena;OMrtM ^ QrtfBth, Helena; a.^Mlnea. tiadae, wis ; John C, Saich, To-^laiei hi en no lloaloker, Chicago, N. a,
Notice'l Ore Shippers.
HelenaSampling Works (Hradtn^(Bros., proprietors), pay cash and the^highest market price for all rlasse* of^smelting ores. Hates for smelting are^reduced from figures given rtghteen^mouths ago from 16 to )10 per ton. Cut-^| torn ussaying will receive careful and^prompt attention at the lowest tales^consist.'nl with good work, tiitlcc, cor^^ner Grand and Jackson streets,
WillF*^ d Horses or Cattle Hay
At$;l.,^.o pe., month Have gum I shel^^ter .tnd *jlleg water that never freezes^RajsOk s^ vt ii ami oik hull' mil s north^^east of Helena Inquire of J | Allen.
thnil square stable, or Unwind M.
bltde'slivery stable, North Main^^tree)CAltlt BROS,
Fora ^lyMan cloak for ladle*, misses
orchildren, and eastern prices, call at^the Her Hive.
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TheipiHlllV or ihe blood depends much^upon ftunit or bud lUaestiou slid assimila^^tion, to make the Id.i.id rich In life and^siiengtli gu lug constituents, use Dr. J^H Mi Lean's Slreustheiilng Cordial and
IMI I'urlller, II will nourish the ptaa
rulesuf the blood from-f.hlch the e|e-^n.i nt* of vitality are drawn t| aaf hot^He Fur sale by patched lr Ailicnl Plug^Co.
J BAT1I08 bank OF HELENA.
Incorporatadunder the Laws of^Uontana.
PAIDIN CAPITAL, $100,000.
**JMKa CltUSr. . Tire-Ire.,.',.,
1hornai Crnr*.Frank H, Crn-i..
WuiJ. Cooko \\ si. J. Hweaney.^John lagan.
Allow*4 per rent tataiast en S^^logs Drpoal'a,^cesip. loded Januart snd Jala
1ranaacu a ganarsl bsukini basiams Dra v-^eii hanr* ea all prinriisil cltlr- uf ta* I nd.d^m.-.av aad Ear up*.
Deslala all eeuoty s id tity bonds, and uu ^^loan* un leal aetata murtsace*.
t'ftioahears from 10 s m lu 4 p, m 4 lea OS^Sst irday sad Mundat eveniara hoot .^eeliiai
Fora course of studies In nny department^a* the discount fm tuition offered to-day^and to-morrow (Monday) Is a special^HOLIDAY fllFT never made before In^our SCHOOL, In, succi ssful operation^for twelve years V^^ term begins Wed-^uesdsy, Jan. J. IN'''. Call at College, cor^^ner Main street and Sixth avenue, from^10 a. m. to Sp, Say, nil.I nt Principal's home,^Tin Ninth avenue, ai any other hour*.
PROF.H. T. EHGELHORN, I A,
Onaad sftar aluadsy, Jnlf '.'. tit*
BANEOI UII.ENA MONT.^CAPITAL PAID IN S50O.OOO.
THOH.A. MAHLOW^l.DbT. L Met IM,U^H
AI.blltT U r-Mll'll t'ssM.1
I.ft Wl.1 lilCJtseat. CaekkN)
JktNVA. Msrlew.^aha Xt MoiphT,^b I. MeCullub.^l^BTid A. Cety.^Ilermsa ^laaa^NUkalas Estalsr.
I'..tar1 araun.^Hanri bratuutse,^K. t W a a. a^A H wilder^_0 J. Mt Nanisfs,
Willebaaie thtlt ^ekedalt sa I raa
(iipuiFulls mil Lewis town
i..11kiii i the Trip In One Da/
ViaBelt, Armlngton, Corn, Qevser,^Uraiton. Stanford UUoa^and Phil brook.
Cloaeronnectlott nt LstWtEtOWn lor^tUe Clrout MlmnitHi Camps ol
Hilt%, ^|io((o,l !lorse anil Maiilen.
ComlortableTour-Horta Concord^Coo c Ilea
Btmlot Block, r ant Time. Carotid^Drivers.
(JootlmaiU uud accommoda^^tions.
Promptattention to Paasenger3^and oxpraea.
J.J. DAVIS, SuporltUondent
-- Oaf ^
SIAHO 32 PITTSBURGH BLOCK.
l.IiUOIron Mountain. This stock la now^paying regular dividends and I* the beat^purchase on the list.
u) Ontario, Deer Lodge county, k safe^Investment.
6HUHe ii t nn (roup. Nelhart, low price.
1,000to 5,010 Double Kagle, ttpotted^Horse, M il ten offered low.
W.IMUNunc Much, at a bargain.
1.000aharen uf Helena und f'rlsro.
COSTUMES loaned and made to onleVa
Maaqtiatacaa, Issarxla, wign, ato. OrdaHl^Ii ii nny part, ol the country promptly lined.^K lelnacLmldt block, Wurren street and Rlgttl^avenue._____ MHH 11. ULUMli
GreatClearing Sale. ,
No Duncoinbc! Wo do as we advertise. Everything
inour store i
Orless than cost. Note tlie pricrs we quote and take ad^^vantage of what we offer It cost.
Gents'heavy mixed Underwear at Hoc per suit. Regular^price $1.25.
(jents' line Derby ribbed Underwear at $1 per suit.
Usualprice $1.50.^Cients' Swits Conde line Underwear, sold everywhere at
$3per suit. Our price in this sale $1.90 per suit.^^^ents' heavy wool sox at 15c per pair. Regular price 25c.^Ladies' heavy natural wool Underwear at 95c. Worth $1.50.^LadieV Wool Fascinators at 17c, 20c, 25c and 35c. Worii*
doublethe money.^All the Toys we have earned over must be sold, hence our
pricesare at the lowest notch.^Sleds from 40c upwards at
JOS.DAVIS ^ CO.
Wehave a line line ol Laciies' and Qants'
Oithe best makes and at any price you may wtub,
a)fGoods For Your Frin
Alull line ol House Furnishing Goods.
OurfilfSet*. Enterprise Meat Cuttere.
A.O CLARKE^JNO C CURTIN
j 42-44 S. MAIN ST. IS
TELEPHONE NO. 90.
ThomasF. Oalcea, Henry C. rajraa,^Henry C. House. Receivers.
ORTHERNPACIFIC R. R.
t* aa*o in th
MontanaPress Clipping Bureau,
C1U8.U (iRKENriKLU. ir. rn,^^ele.e,Mouse*
Room26 Bailey Block.
u*1 nwtli uu1luin0.
karara,profaaauinsl man, wlia wsnt In *^( a*w\^sv..^bai la .aid of thsia. er fans'* P'iblis^eplaiaa
rSeeiljhoiiwt, diet waul asrllaat naaa ei^seuitr
iruetiuu.I ln*a^.a Imis\^1 aeebabie ausiuiaara
waal a^lilr-aias si
PullmanSleepinp; Cars,^Elegant Dining Can,
AHItlVFlAT IIF1I.BNA^No I. I .. In Mull ^fm lioiinrt. .1:10 a. m.^No. L', AtlHiitli] Mall, eanl Imiinr]. !' 'ft 11 ir,^. M.im \il|. i|.'. millInilun.t.ia a. ra.
No.*. eVloaea ai^l lluuMer ao-^1 oaiworlatl.n.oaHy ^ n ^ 1 hm-^'lay^:^0 p. ea
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