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IF YOU'VE GOT A DOLLAR
These Are Some of the Pretty, and Useful Things You Can Buy..: . A, Dollar Store Theiat t a Dream of Delight to the Women. Some of the Temptling Triflaes.That Can Be Dougiht--lf She Had but One Dollar. 'T HAT CAN A WOMAN BUY IN New York for a dollar? Not much, answers Miss Impulsive, quickly, shaliing her head disdainfully at the very thought. But wait a little, my fair skeptic, and I will very soon convince you of the error of your ways. I can take you to a shop that is f~equented largely by aristocratic New York, and that is a dream of delight with its beautiful tapestries, its soft draperies, its tasteful ornaments, and there I could show you more things that could be bought for a dollar than you could count on your fingers and toes. Let do see, then. Do you want something handy'for pins? Your pin cushion is urobably'too dainty to ude and the pin marks show on it. Here, then, is a pretty little pin tray. You can see its shape from the illustration, and you can also see the delicate vine traced on 'it. But what you cannot see is its delicate col oring. It is of Austrian ware of a deep DAINTY FLOWER HOLDERn. cream, and the edge has a rim of gold. The lilacs are in their natural colors, purple and white, and the leaves in a soft green with a gold edge. Here is another that yon can use for pins or bonbons, as you like. Its stand is a cluster of green rose leaves, out of which grows a pink rose delicately tinted and open at the top for whatever yop may choose to put in it. Perhaps you would like a flower holder. These are here in abundance, a number of them for just a dollar. Here is one of glass, which narrows at the center and widens again at the top. It is exquisitely painted with sprays or lily' of the valley. Or you might prefer this white swan, proudly curving its long neck. The flowers look very pretty growing out of its back, which is left open for the purpose. Or this dove might take your fancy, gracefully poised with outstretched wings. It also' is white, and would be very pretty filled With ferns. And this dull yellow Bohemian glass basket would lobk beautiful filled with Marechal Neil roses. It has a very pretty fluted edge, and the white handle has thorns sticking out of it that don't hurt your ingers a bit when you touch them. It's very hard to make hairpins look pretty on your dressing table, isn't it? Somehow, no matter what sort of a pretty thing you have for them they always seem to stand up very straight and aggressive and never to harmonize with 'the other things. But there is something in this same store for hairpins, and it has a cover, so that the pins don't show at all. The box is dark blue and on it is painted in shades of golden brown a pretty little pas toral.scene, and when you opon the box you see a number of compartments, each one a different size, to fit the various pins, so that they don't get mixed up, and make you fumble for half an hour for the size you want when you're in an awful hurry. And it's all filled with pins now for exactly $1. Perhaps you want to give a little remem branc to a friend that has almost every thing in the world. One of these dainty white transparencies, with an edge of gold, to hang in her bedroom window would be just the thing. There are a number of de signs to select from. Here is a summer scene-a girl lazily leaning back in a great rustic chair with lover bending over her. And here a storm, with a couple flting be fore it. Or this one representing a group of statuary would probably please her. Are you smitten with a literary fever, and do you love to have your desk all strewn with papers and pens and pencils? If you do you'd better buy one of these glass pyra mids for a paper weight. They are of elear fine glass, and cut after a very pretty de sign. And this little base ball inkstand is very good for such a desk, for the ink can't possibly spill even if the ball does roll off Fr)OWeR PCCARF PINR. on the floor. It is of the softest brown leather, only two inches in diameter, and it opens by pressing an invisible spring and discloses a little brass ink well. And these stamp boxes are so deceiving, who would ever think these tiny pianos, and harps and violins and accor.leons were stamp boxes? But they are, and very dainty receptacles they prove. But maybe you have to be economical with your space, and if that is the case tiose combination stamp boxes and inkstands would probably be o ceived by you with more favor. The cover is painted with a graceful spray of pink trailing arbutus, over which hover one or two birda. And aren't these penwipers too pretty for anything? They're so simple, too, and easy to make that you think you will try one yourself: only you can't get the tiny oxidized silver fleur-de-lis in this country. For almost all these things I have been telling you of have come from Paris, the home of dainty trilles, But these penwipers are made of a circle of soft suede of different colors-old rose, dull blue and light yellow-with the edge scalloped. Then the circle is folded,: first into a half, then again into a quarter, and at the top of the corner thus fonmed is a silver clasp of chased silver and a tihy silk tassel suspended from it. In one cur ner are three silver ileur-de-lis. See this bee hive card caso ? The top rolls in, like the rolling top desk, and dis closes two compartments, each one just large enough for a pack of cards. and if you were playing poker, and hold in your, hand the five cards painted on the outside of this case, you might safely wager all you possessed on it, for it couldn't be beat. But what pretty little salt collars these irel Just pink shells that look as If they had just been picked up from the shore, and here are noise l h pairs, two swanls nte--,that cannot boor to be sat areted, Two of tihe shells onelnb bought for a dot la , or the ir 1 ,bt' swans. AsBama b desy mess of PrettYy tlltRh thtp 'U ba ll over, whatever woao ndir*id gilitan. o4dl.ary, well roen hated, cry, godds establishment, le arely,,*there will be tnothing for this tmnall sumtnlet could temptonm., Nol Just pause one moment,.gnd soo, these dainty China 5iliaions. a Here is one ,in 'pink, with p;tll stl.ks,. It hts at retty painted bcrdes, in shades ofihdtk that deepen itito a duli'rdd, And hero's auah 4,pretty one in Nile green. The b6ai the mnerk, 98 cents; ,edoced lrom 1.8. But see these cunning little glove buttoners for 510 cents, with it bargle hang ing from a thin chain. The bangle ins a miniature drum, and through its glass top you see three of the tiniest, most innocent looking dice, You'd ihover think they could work such mischief as they do. l.nt the pins. Ohl whit a bewilderinug nsan. Do you want one for your hair? Here are a r.umberto select from, all shapes and designs, for 50 cents. And scarf plus, too, not ia bit higher. Pretty ones they are, lOR PiNS on ioN BONS. too, most of them in enamel, representing various flowers in the natural colors. Queer shaped orchids, modest violets. deep-hearto I pansies, hyacinths; here are some little rose bud pins, for the modest price of (let me whisper it)10o ents. They',e so nice to fasten your flowers with. But don't you feel a little tired, and aren't you about convinced that a woman can buy a great many different kinds of articles for $1? If you aren't there are still a great many more places to visit that keep other kinds of goods. But if I had only $1 to spend on a luxury for myself do you know what it would be? Why, a great big bunch of sweet smelling, real violets, that I would pin on the outside of my coat when 1 went a walking, and would be so careful of that they would last me a week. And don't you think I would get a dollar's worth of pleasure out of them? Copyright. Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no special men tion. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise, A purer medicine does not exist and it in guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver and kid neys, will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum and other affections caused by impure blood, will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well. as cure all malarial fevers. For cure of headache, constination and indigestion try Electrio Bitters. En tire satisfaction guaranteed, or money re funded. Price, 50 cents and $1 per bottle at R. S. Hale & Co'd. drug store. A Warnlsg-- sa't Use Big Words. In promulgating esoterio cogitations or articulating superficial sentimentalities and philosophical or psychological obser vations, beware of platitudinous ponder osity. Let your statements possess a clari flied conciseness, compacted comprehensi bleness, coalesoent consistency and a concentrated cogency. Eschew all con, glemerations of flatulent garrulity. jejune babblement and asinine affectations. In trying to impress upon others the superior ity of the Wisconsin Central lines, and why you and so many other .use this thorough fare from St. Paul and Minneapolis and Duluth and Ashland to Milwaukee, Chicago and points east and south, it is not neces lary to use jawbreakers. Let your extem poraneous desonntings and unpremeditated expatiations have idtelligibllity and vera oicus vivaeity, without rhodormontade or thrasonical bombast. Sedulously avoid all all polysyllabic profundity, psittaceous vao ulty, ventriloquial verbosity and vandilo quent vapidity, shun double entendres, prurient jucosity and pestiferous profanity, obeaurent or apparent. In other words, talk plainly, naturally, sensibly, and truth fully say the Wisconsin Central lines is the route, and that ends it. SCOTT'S FMuLSIo N Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypophosphites Of Lime and Soda. Thee aore' ennnlions and, emuslioes, and tlheree is still snutel sftissrsi' l nilk which e nasuearades as rseans. Try' as they will mnnrey msanuafaclturers cannlot so disgpuise their eo liver oil as to make it palatable to sensitive stortmachs. roltt' Easslsiou of PI.R NORIVEJGIAN COD LIVELt OIL, cossbined with iyplhoptos phites is almost as palatable as nills. .For this reason as well as for thei fart of the stimulatlniag qualitles of the itliso khoesphires, Phjslcians freq0entlyl pre asritbe it in eases of CONSUMPTION, SC'lfOl,'U.A, B.iONCIITIS and CHRONIC COUGH or MCVI.IE COLD. All Druggists sell it, but be sure you onet the genuine, as there are poor' imitations. TIME TABLE TO CHICAGO. -THE NORTHWESTERN LINE, (C., ST. P., M. & O. RY.) This is the only line making connection at St. Pant with th. tereat Northern Rlailway every dal in the week for Chicago. Through time is ai follows: Leave Butte, via Great Northern...... 7:30 a m Leavo ie e na, via Breat Northern..... 11:10 a m leave Great balls, via Groat Nurthern 2:55 p m Arrive at Minot..... ....................... I:0 a Arrive at ',rand Forks ........ .. .. 0 p m Arrive at t. Pa tl ..................... :55 as Loave Hutt,,, via Northern Prnilio..... 7:00 p mn Leave HIelena, via Northern Pacific.... 7:: p tm Leave Iozomant. via Northern 'naoilic 11:40) p n Arrive at St. Paul ...................... 5:50 i vs Via "The Nortlwestern Line": Leave St. Pasl ............ 7:50 a m 6:50 p i Arrive at Milwaukee........ p 7: 2' it :2 a i Arriye at Chicago ....... .... 11:30 pm 9:t00 a mi Foeere )'oir tickets over "Ttie Northlweste-n Lino." It is :he short line btlts in time an.t distance to Chicago. T. W. TEASDALE, General Passenger Agenut l. .'aul. BLANK BOOKS *.0To Order+.. DiOOKS NEATLY BUOEI) andt PRIN.w .. LIAI SUMMgNB-lN riRit PI5TRIOCT snourt th Fhet Judlodil distrlct of tbe' state of M00tna, in and lfo the county of tiowwl.sal Clarke. Abel r I, I m1em.s, 1)laitllY , e, Anl ow A1. La'nt bu andI, l t. `Optiw·elrn Land eatl lneetment I'olmnyr , t cotporutlron, and l. W. !S, trifflth, trnt s, aiftnrlmtte.. Theostate ,lP4'iM ant gonds greting to the above namlne oofenclolr ." You trlp heroby re:r.ld to, appar In 4z actio._n ,'OpgKitt 5nt~at 11 l)y bte above np&ts@tIiitlIf| ttht dittlaotbrt. th o.rh . lot judlalai dihetrlc of ti 'ets,t of, gontatt, tn Unt for tLe county of IWte anl ('larke, ni to answer tihe ompriaint tiled therein, wtlti tot dats (olt ?ltt ore o. til day of searvice) after the servie on you of tits oaifanone, if served within this conuty; or. it served out of this rounty, but in title t1i riot, withitn twenty dayw1; Oihrwise withitn forty cay, or jUdtlmonel; Iy default will be taken a alnstyou accordlig to tlIhe prye' of sald (omplaint.L ' 'Tihe sad aniactto',- Is ,rong ,t to foreclose a mort ga0a executed by drrend tli At lrow N. aI:t. ttn to Jamtnes )t. tlhunour oa the 0th day of June, t182J, on the foltiwing djrdcriiU l rIal O latto Situate In tie e.tunty of Iesls and Clarke nd slate of Mottaun. to wit.: the northottl; qiarter of northaost quarter, thur nortli half of southeast quarter of nott toast qat tnr, the wstt helf of sortheast qartecr and south half of northwest quarter of aoe ion 8. and north Ialf ef northwoat quarter and iuottrhwet haurter of Durthea.l quarter or seastltou I, il it townaurhp 10 north r.tng t wa i, e.cspt .nti'sr taooen off tlh west end o' nortil htlf of etttlhrastL quarler of northeust quarter of said sert:eon , and for the r-ecvary ot a jndgntiett , f ,2tiU a. an attsrnoy's fee four foraclosure proceedings and for couats. l'i rontsplaint atleges among othier things tiat on tite ith day of June, 1hSO, said Patton axe iutel to aaidtl ilmour three prolmissory notee. on. for tie oum oat $9P, 0, dtme and ra ab', one •toar arlter date and buaring inlerest at the rate of tight per rentum par annum, one for the sam of ,10 ,0.0, tie ana parab'e two years after date, with interest nt the rote of eight per coutuum per ananm, and a thirtd f, r $10,00:, nue and parotlu three years altar date and eaariug inlteroes at the ra'e of eiaht par centsum itr annum, and that to secure tihe payment of said netes said mortgage waezrsonted, Ard that sah and over of said untes wa an ins alltment uOf 'tlhe principai sum of $.t10tt ofiuc by Baid 'atto' to said tilmoor. 't hat faid moitcage was racorded in he ofltoe of the recorder of ewwis and Clarke county on the 10th day of July, 1890; in botk 8 of mortgages on page 21. That on the 14till day of Jannary. LuT'8, raid Gilmour aseigned ma:d notes and mort gage to this plaintlf for value, 'That said firs: note for the sumn of 5,5,Ot andi interest to slun and unpaid, axcept the following sume, 1015 paid Aug. 24, 1891. $6dl5 paid ept. 0, 189J1. $021 aid tont. 2. 189', ¢48.61 paid Oct, 9 189S, $;!.1._4 pad Oct 1. 119, and $710 paid Nor. I, 891. J hat on th day of June, 1it.), James i. Gil moor and wif, execnte.t a deed conveying to said defenda nt Patton t he abo ve decribedl prom mse. for the conaidleratiol of $l.5t0O. tlhat at that time there existed two mor:g.tge liens thereon, one for the sun of $4,000 exsecutoed by said (Gil moor and wits to David H. Gilmour, datedl Nov. $0, 1088, and duo and payable five 3eara after date, and bearing interest at the rote of six par centam per antum pay able annually, and one executed by said Gilmour and wife to the Jarvis-Conktiu Mortg~age Irast company for tue sum of $5,000. dated Feb. 1. 1t9., ant due and payable .five yoars after date, with interest at the rate of siz per centum per annum payable semi-annually. which two said mortgages sold 'atton agreed to assume and pay. as part or said esum of 511. 500, the purchase price of raict premises. .That aid Patton has failed and refused to pay the interest due and in arrear on said two mortgages ameanting to $240 on the first mentioned and $177 on the second, and that tihe holders of said nortgages are about to foreclose the same. That said property cannot he sold in portions without injury to the parties. T'hat the defend ant Northwestern Landand investment cons pony and hi. W. E. Griflith, trustee, have or claim to have some interest in the premises ancrriug since said mortgage, and that the sum of $2S50O l a reasonable attorney's fee for the foroelosnra proceedings. "T.e plaintiff demands judgment for foreclosure. That the mortgaged premises be sold and the prcwoels applie.l to the payment of tie cots and expensea of this action, inclund. lag $2,500 for attorney'o fee, and tihe amount owing on tie three notes and mortgoeg, with in. tarest an said notes ap to the time of payment. and that the defesidant P'atton may ba adjudgoed to pav any deficieoncy. And you are hereby notified that if you fail to appear and answer the said complaint, as above rtquired. the said plaintiff will apply to the conrt tor tho rei;i in ceaiti complaint demanded. Q.ven under my hand and tne seal of the (tis' trictrourt of the IFirst judicial datrict of the sate of Montana. in and for the coonty of Lowis and ('larko, this 22d day of Tanuary, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight' hndred and ninety-two. ' (Beal] JOHN BEAN, Clerk. By H. B. TtOntPsoN, Deputy Clerf. CRUnToiER & GAL iND.. Attorneys for Plaintiff. THE CHICAGO,= -- = -- -MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY Is the Fast Mail Short Line from St. Paul and Minneapolis via La Crosse and Milwaukee to Chicago and all points in the Eastern states and Canada. it is the only line under one management between St. Paul and Chicago, and it is the finest equipped railway in the Northwest. It is the only line run ning Pullman drawing-room sleep ing cars with the luxurious smok ing-rooms, and the finest dining cars in the world, via the famous "River Bank Route," along the shores of Lake Fepin and the beau tiful Mississippi river to Milwaukee and Chicago. Its trains connect with those of the northern lines in the Grand Union depot at St. Paul. No change of cars of any class be tween St. Paul and Chicago. For through. tickets, time tables, and full information, apply to any coupon ticket agent in the North west. Room No. I, Power Block. Postoffice Box 81 1. HELENA. MONTANA. Sontana National Bank OF HELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Capital Paid in, - $500,Q00. Surplus and Profits, - $200,000. I)rectors: C. A. BROADWATEII, - - 'resaldnt. L. G. I'l - Vi-l'PH.r id H. L. McC|ILLOH. ( a.hi,. A. L. MITH, - - Asst. t:ne:icr. A. G. Clarke, -Ierman Clans If. F. (iel-n, Peter I Areon. C. W. Cannon II. C. Wallaa. unriturar, Utr~lts 0ýa11, Lac a1 1111 ebill llllrtaints, A Reduction of 50 Per Cent. ON LACE, CHENILLE CURTAINS AND PORTIERES FO. A F l.VR ]:DAYS. 1Tos. 112 ain.c 114, 3Broa ra.- I-eleH a Helena Lumber Gompany AGENTS FOR TILE CELEBRATED GALT COAL .- --...AIKO DLIRSI,;I IN---.. " Rough and Wnishing Lumber, Shinhgles, Lalts, Doors, Sash and Lumber. Telephono 14. CIty Omoltr Itooll 3. Thompson Bllock. Ilatlu Street Opposite Grand Central UoteL jir National Bnk ^ -"^'O` If OLENA, MONT.. PAID UP CAPITAL, -- $500,000. SBORPLUS AND PROFITfS, 700,000 Designceted Deposltory of the United Stlate, atntrest. Allwed on Time Drslodlla. General Ioaking Italin,, 'I'ransactad. fetOLy eIops.lt Boxes for lBent, Dlrectorl: S. T. IIAUfM41t, - resident. E. W. SNitil',- Caushier. T', II. KI.lDINfiUHMJDr, - Ast Cashier. e11.i H. iILLL, - 2d Asst. Cashier. (irnnville Hluart, . . lockgr,,war. lion. I CT . ower, - - it, S rnator. C.. Curi, . Clarke, Conrad & Cuirdn, It, H. llami ton, - . - Capitalist. 0. i, Allen, - Mining and Stockgrower, Shas, K. Wells, . - Mrohant, A. M. lloltor, - *A. M, [olter,Hardwaro Co Asesolated Banks, Northweotrn Nutional Eank, - (lreat Falls. Firnt National tlank, - MMssonla F/irst National Bank, - - - .utte, X erclants National Bank OF HIELENA, MONT. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. Paid in Capital, $350,000: Surplus and Profits, - $90,000. L. I IERBHIIIELD. . President. A. J. DAVIDUN, . Vice-Preaident. AARON IHERSIIFIELD, - Cashier. Board of Directors, Thomas Crue, M. Hands, S. ii. ilatley, A. I. P'rescott. A.J. IDaids;on. Mores Norris,. L II. llershfild, Aaron Iershfield, J. Switzer. Fbirstclas City, County asdl tate Securities bought, and sold. Exrlhanto issued on the prinmpal cities of the Unitpd Stales anti Europe. Transfers of money mode by telegraph. Interest allowed on timedeposlts. Collections promptly attended to. Boxes for rent at reasonable prices in one of the best constructed tire and burglar proof safe deposit vaults in the country. NO. 4408. H elenaeNaticnmi Bank .... OF HELENA, MONT. CAPITAL, - - $500,000 Transacts a General Banking Busi ness. JOHN T. MURPHY, - President SHIRLEY C. ASHBY, - Vice President FRANK BAIRD, - - - Cashier Interest sllowsl on time deposits. Exchange osuned on foreign cauntries, Transfer.of money by telegraph.' First-class cit,, county, and state scurities b:ught and sold. Colleotisns promptly attended to. Board of Directors.. John T. Murphy. Shirley C. Ashby, '. W. McAdow. Frank haild, Chas. K. Wells, J. P. Woolman. E. f. Maclay, W. L. Cullen, Jno. S. Mendenhall, Abner B. Clement, R. N. Ford, A. A. McDonald, J. P. Porter. The Thomas Cruse Savings BANK, OF HELENA. Incorporated Under the Laws of Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. THOMAS CRUSE. -• Pr-sident FRANK K. CRUSE. Vics-l'resident. WM. J. COOK. - Asst. Treas. andi lec. WM. J. BWEnNEY, - - Treasurer. Trustees: Thomas Cruse, Frank H. Cruse. Wm. J. Cook. \Vm J. Sweeney, John Fagan. Allows 4 per cent. interest on Savings Dopos its, compounded January and July. Transects a general banking business. Daws exchange on the principal cities of the United States and Europe. Deals in county and city bonds, and makes loans on real estate mo-tgages. lfilco lhours from 10 a. m. to 4 p. . Also on Saturd:y and Monday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clohk. he American National BANK, OF HELENA. CAPITAL, $200,000. T. C. POWER. - - - President A. J. SELIGMAN, - - Vice-President. A. C. JOHNSON, - - Cashier. ULEO. P. COPE, - - Assistant Cashier. Directors: T. C. Power. A. J. Seligman. A. C. Jolhnson, liichard Lookey, James Sullivan. Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchangc issued on principaln cities of the United States. ('sannda and Europe. Transfers of monney mnade by tel graph. C'llrctions promptly attended to. City. counts and state securities bought and sold. - econd National Bank Ot HELENA,. MONT. PAID UP CAPITAL, - $75,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000. A General Banking Business Transactted. F. D. PDGERTON, . . President, JlSYltl' N. IENti't, - Asst. CashiUr. llosrd of i)lreetors: r. B. Sanford, C.G(. ls'vana. II. W. tA!, S. I. lones. A. N. Spiratt. ('licr laonc, k. I. Eieton, . . . (le, Georgeo II. thihl. OUR TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR OF CONTINUOUS BUSINESS Clarke, Gonrad & Gurtlr, - TI-It LEADING DEALERS IN STOVES AND RANGES. . We offer a very complete line of l all kinds of HEATING AND COOHINO SSTOVES, ceFor either Wood or Coal and at r in te prices that will Ostonish every. ( body. Como and see us. 'OJer or- AGENCY FOR - o6iden Slnshine Steel Raues, - . Acorn Line of Heaters and Cooks, _ ,_ _ ' SUPERIOR STOVES AND RANGES. 42 and 44 South Main Street. Telephone 90. CALIFORNIA FRUIT FARM A Home That Cannot be Dullicated in California. THE THOMAS CREEK IRRIGATION & IMPROVEMENT CO, For the first time to-day place their lands before the public. They are situated in the heart of the beautiful Sacramento Valley, the finest location in the State of California, the natural home of the vine, fruit and nuts. No finer oranges are grown in the state than with us. It is absolutely healthy. Our lands are all first-class dark sediment land, all under a high state of cultivation, and under an.irrigation ditch. Upon these lands we can show you the largest fig tree in the United States, nearly four feet through, and this last year raised over three tons of figs. The title is United States patent. For a limited time we make the following phenomenal offer: 5 ACRES $200, PAYABLE $2.50 A WEEK. 10 ACRES $400, PAYABLE $5.00 A WEEK. 20 ACRES $800, PAYABLE $10.00 A WEEK. 40 ACRES $1600, PAYABLE $20.00 A WEEK. No payment required down, no interest, and no taxes on deferred payments; or will sell one-third cash and balance in one and two years at 8 per cent. on deferred payments, if desired. Immediate pos session given. In case purchasers desire, we will put it into any kind of fruits or ,vines desired and care for it until in full bearing at actual cost. Call or send immediately for maps and full information. Western Land Go., 630 MARKET STRE'T, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Or A. J. HAMMANS, RED BLUFF, GAfL. BULLETIN -OF THE- Wholesale Liquor House of i, L. Isral & Co. For the Month of February. POSITIVE CLOSING OUT SALE. This is no advertising dodge, butt I tnctl businfess, as prices quoted below will prove. All w!,isk:cs are quoted at EIastern prices and are subject to change :nonthll. Now is the chance for dealers to buy strictly pure whiskies (at Distillers' prices in large quantities) andt save fi-reight. Wil sell in quantiies to suit, from one barrel to limit of stock. The follow\ing goods'in stlock: 12 bbls (O)ld Crow, Sprinl 'S6............ ';3.65 Gallon 15 " Hermtage, Spring 'S6......... 3.50 " 30 " V. W . IMcl3raycr, Spring '87...... 3.25 " .8 " Bond & Lillard, Spring 'S7....... 3.00o " 25 " Jiames E. Pepper, Spri ii 'S7. ......3.25 " 20o " W. II. McBrayer, Fall 'SS8........ 2.75 " S " Tea Kettle, Spring r '83............0.o " 0o " lnfelson, Spring 'So.............. 5 5 " Monarch, Spring 'So............ 6.oo 5 " Gukenheimer Rye. Spring 'S7.... 3.75 " 5 '" Cliftoln Spring, Spring '89........ 1.90o 20o " Anderson, Spring '9o0............ 2.oo " Free Bonded Warehouse, Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. o50 bbls. W. 11. MIclBrayer, Fall 'SS........ .4$.4o Gallon W\'ill sell only in 5-bbl lots. l)elivered with U. S. gauger cer tificatc, f: ec of all c:harges, in Lawrenceburg, Ky. IU. S. Bonded Warehouse, Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. \Vill sell only in 5-bbl. lots: 25 bhis James E. Pepper, Spring '91...... Soc Gallon 1oo , \V. II. McBlrayer, Fall '9o0...... oc " o " B3ond & L.illard, Spring '9o ....... .oc " -I5 M cellh\ood, Spring '0o............ 75c " iLARGIG ASSORTMENT ()OF CASE GOODS, C"uOsistinpg ct Whiskies, Brandices, Gins, Wines, and all Cordials. Porter, Ale. ,tLc., teintl the best brands of Inmpoited Goods in the market, e* spot~ u.,.Vy low riices. A LARGE STOCK.OF CIGARS. Wil; ;., sold lat, Factory Prices. An additional discount of live per cent, 0rn cl '0r's fOr Cash. ,AMILIES, CAN FIND TILE FINEST LIQUORS TI t.le city by the blottle or gallon, at very low prices. Orders by Tole. Ihone t'roiuiplly attended to. Telephone No. 122. 1. L. ISRAEL & 60O. IiaIl' at.