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WARM SPRING DAIRY.
A.mIlll, bear aU IMtl be
SN Mlek t srmIusd by Ui Warm Sprses
Absolutely Pure and Guaranteed
to Be Such.
PATRONA GE IS SOLICITED,
And All Orders Will Receive
tII est Part Itret, ktte, emt
The Best Conducted Restaurant
A Few Reasons why It is
So Popular :
a famuse for I. Home-Made ies*.
t i s fmous or Ms Cufee,
a I. famou fur lK. Good 3Btt..
I< Nmoe s far IK. (mad CookIng
Itis md-ed by1 Dumeem Ma. ombu.-a-e"
n r epe at all hours, Day a Night.
OEL E. WHATLEY.
No More Delays
r A7 GARRISON.
GO IAST AD WEST VIA
No thern Pacific R. R.
The Dining Gar Route and Qreat
Short line to all
'hrough Pullman Car from Butte
Pewlr PwU man Coachae,
Palatae2 DPulug Cart.
Eleygant Day Coach...
m 2in0Na4IU CmuaI~a ohIru.Cra1Poutes ,.
Anaconda. Deer Lodge Garleno.
Pha blllpburg and Miuula. .. 8. a. WI.
Ana~onda-... . a in. s .3 and 7.0 p. is.
all through *aut to HE
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K. W. LAUHI4 N.
- - -- - rRdter.
NORTH and SOUTH
S* * THE DEPOT * * *
S D. DSss. city Tlet Aset
J. A. LRWIS. uGeeral Ageae.
TAKE THE SCENIC ROUTEI
-THR NWW AND
POPULAR SHORT LINE.
betwen . utne.Hle Mi e.
Now Open for Passeger Triac.
SOLID THROUGH TRAINS DAILY.
The ally U nnlain Palace Nleephý Cm.
Luxuriaue IMn Ca cars.apnt Day Caches
and Ferle Mepag can 41mfo [am.ad..CSm
BUTTE AND ST. PAUL.
Train leaves Bse.e daly ":e a. m.
sarty, Cornet cad Crtey or rOu
aute to lt. Paul a hMorun.
IA. C. DVKl, Mant. Hlelt.
B. H. ILANUI.KY nP( . At.. Helena.
i. K. DAWnIoN. Eas. Agent. Butts.
THE ROCKY FORK COAL COMPANY
Is now Prepared to Deliver Coal from its
MINES AT RED LODGE
To consumers in this city. For domestic and steam purposes
Bocky Fork Coal has no superior in this market. It lights readily,
makes hot fire and leaves little ash. Try it.
Principal Office: Room 25, Pittsburg Block, Helena.
:G NC! iS:
Gilchrist ro. & Edmr, Helena. Este onne ConM l Cmanuy, Anaconda.
.. L. Boner Co., Deer Lode. A. raser, Billins.
The Miners' Lumber Company, Butte. Geo. T. You.n, Livingston.
O. 3. Mill. Park Ci . Beg. Bros., T-owmend.
s .I BiU Timber. W. .. Whit. stilwater.
L. 8. Holier, Bo .
JOS. F. MUJRRAY.
Having purebased the business formerly conducted by James McNulty is now pes.
pared to furnish his customers with the fnest bands of
Domestic, Imported and Key Wet Cigars
To be found in the elty.
lRJLITS ]iND CONP FCTION BRY
reh and eho.. A well assorted stock of STATIOWlRT.
JOS. F. MURRAY, - - Main Street, Anaconda.
Th. Mo t AMr k Is Am~weas. , .u to
BARRET & JACKY'S
linneapolis & St. Louis Railway
-A!ND THE VAMOt'sI
IALBERT LEA ROUTE.
Two Throueegh Trains Daily erom
St. Pau and Miaseapolls
Withoutbl*.*agcnageegrtla wwith te Vast Trains
o all uranes ur the
EAST AND SOUTH EAST
The Iirert and only InIe Runnalng Through
Minneapolis and Des Moines. Ia..
VIA ALBERT LEA AND PORT DoIMIL.
Solid Through Trains Betwees
Minneapolis & St. Louis
And the Prtnt :rpd ('tme on the" M :e'rslp$l. and
conautiu in Uank Ilrtm oh r all uwiats
South and Inktahwest.
Many hours srvede and the ONLI.Y IJNK run
ning trans daily to
E TSAS CITY, LAUYNWOITE, ATCISOII,
Making reansecttons with the I'ain Parlc
awd Atebiman., Topeka & Mania Ye Railways.
k. r.muerwa tions made in Union la I*lt wills all
trains of lthe Mt. Paul, Mlneanpudis and Mana,
te.. Northern Parlc. Mt. haul A lhuluUth all
ways, fro mand to
A/ll Points .Vortl/ and .Volrtlwest.
REMEMBER ITHE .'ISo g
Mt. iauls Railway are imitnllmd ot 'l n fnlltable
I ay ('arh. agM messat haultmnage Kh.e ie
ar('. Horton necliluag C(hair Cars. and our Just
Palace Dining C ars.
C.) lbs. of hbaggage chekedl FREE. Far. al
ways as low as tIe klwe.t. Fur tisnme tal.hs,
through th kits. etci., call allen, he nearest ticket
age'nt r write to
C. H. HOLDRIDGE,
Gen' Ticket and Pass. Agent,
ST. PAUL RY.
Is the Fast Mall Short Line from St. Paul
and Minneapolis via La (frame and Mil
waukee to Chicago and all points in the
Eastens States and Canada. It MI the only
liine under one management between St.
Paul and Chicago. and is the Finest
Equipped Railway lb the Northwest. It
Is the only line running Pullman Drawing
Room Sleeping Cars with luxurious smok
Ing rooma, and the flnest dining carw in
the world, via the famous "River Bank
Route." along the shores of Lake Pepin
and the beautiful Mississilppi River to
Milwaukee and Chicago. Its trains con
nect with those of the Northern lines in
the Grand Union Depot at St. Paul. No
change of ears of any class between St.
Paul and Chicago. For through tickets.
time tables, and full Inforuation apply to
any coupon ticket agent in the North
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