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Weinstein's.
MEW YORXI-105 1ixth AV.
MELENA-8lth sad Mato.
When we see that any sort of
goods are being sold at prices
that are higher than the right
ones-in other words that the
public is being overcharged
we're likely to make new prices
for you. That is to maintain
our reputation as the right priced,
money-saving store-and the
store where every need of every
day life can be supplied.
Ed. Pinaud's perfumes and
toilet preparations have won
enough prize medals and diplo
mas at expositions to have es
tablished their reputation. You
know all about them-except
the new prices. Special to-day:
Pinaud's Vegetal Extract
Lilas de France, bottle ...... 6oc
Ixora, bottle........... ..6..oc
Violette, bottle.... ... .... ...6oc
Peau de Espagne, bottle .... 6oc
Paquita Lily, bottle.........6oc
Pinaud's Double Extracts
Jockey Club, bottle.........6oc
Es. Bouquet, bottle........6oc
Violette, bottle.............6oc
White Rose, bottle.........6oc
Lily of the Valley, bottle....6oc
Heliotrope, bottle..........6oc
Wood Violet, bottle.........6oc
Pinaud's Brilliantine, bottle.. 3oc
Pinaud's Lavender Water,
bottle. ... ............... 5oc
Pinaud's Cosmetique, stick...ioc
Pinaud's Aurora Eau de
Cologne, bottle.......... .4oc
Pinaud's Eau Dentifrice..... 4oc
Pinaud's Rice Powder...... S5c
Pinaud's Violette Powder...3oc
Pinaud's Violette Soap...... 2oc
Pinaud's Sandalwood Soap.. aoc
Pinaud's Persian Bouquet
Soap......... .......... o20C
Pinaud's Sachet Powder.....3oc
We are particular-very par
ticular-about the quality of the
Candies we handle. We're par
ticular about having the price
far lower than any one else can
sell the same goods for. These
Candies are best, acknowledged
so by competent judges all over
the land.
Fruit glace, lb............. oc
Superfine peppermint cachous
lb....... .........30c
Huyler's chocolate tablets, zo
for......r ...........c...oc
Vanilla marshmallows, pkg.. Sc
Fine caramels, lb.......... x Sc
French mixed candy, lb.....x5c
Peanut, brittle. ............2oc
Chocolate caramels, lb...... a5c
Marshmallows, lb..........25c
The pick of tt w,,fig crop
is here-the ci jof the
choice fruit. Ever bouse
keeper should v ,. few
pounds. They'd i.t more than
this in any eastern city:
Finest figs, lb..............25c
Finest dates, lb..............s5c
Don't pay a big price for a
poor pipe when genuine meer
schaums can be bought as
cheaply as we sellthem. A new
lot-the result of a fortunate pur
chase in New York-worth
$3.50 to $7.75 each-but selling
while they last for, $1.75 to
3. 50 each.
We're selling lots of the Eden
Perfecto Cigars-half price does
it. Everywhere else they're 25c
each, here I2z c.
These prices for Fruit are of
course a little lower than those
asked you anywhe.re else:
lien Davis apples, bbl.....$3.75
Fancy Washington apples,
5o-b box............... 1.50
Fancy Idaho apples, 5o-lb
box .................. 1.20
Crab apples. 5.o lb box.... 1.25
Sweet apples, So-lb box... z.5o
Flancy quinces, box...... 1.75
Fall lButter pears, box.... x.5o
J .rsey sweet potatoes, 8 lbs .25
J,.rsey cranberries, 2 qts... .25
Fancy lemons, doz ....... .20
Fancy hananns, do ..... .20
Fancy Concord grapes, bskt .30
Fancy Catawba " " , 4
Fancy California " " .35
Large spring chickens..... .40
Fat hens ................
Fresh Oysters, can........ .
THEIR SILVER JUBILEE
Sihter of Charity Will Cltabrate
the Annlversary of Their
Arrital Here
Good Work Done by the Order
In a Qusrter of a
Osatury.
listory at Its sueaa4stle Over Three
Ceatlries Age ed How ISt Cme
Ito olea4
When the future historian of Mon
tana shall collect the materials for his
work, commencing with the romantic
account of the expedition of I,ewis and
Clarke, which revealed to the world
the sources of the Misenurl and ('olum
bin rivers, followed in equick succeselon
by the Important events which wrested
thin state from the savage Indian
tribem that had peopled its mountains
and valleys from time Immemoriall the
estabtllishment by royal charter of the
great Hudson hay company, whose op
eratins retended within the limits of
Montana; the discovery oft sold fields
which electrifled the world and sent
hither vast crowds of goldl-seekern from
every country on earth; then came the
struggle for the mastery between the
lawless desperado and the God-fearing
and Uod-lovlng members of the infant
community. The contention, fierce,
bloody and relentless, was pursued
with a determination and energy by
the law-abiding people, and struck
such terror in the midst of the evil
doers that the survivors speedily de
serted the country, marking an epoch
in the history of Montana from which
dates the reign of law and order. With
the advent of peace and security came
the teachers of the doctrine of peace on
earth, good will toward man. The
Jesuit missionary, whose ministrations
had been irregular and uncertain, fin
ally became localized in the centers of
population, and people turned with one
accord to the pious practices in which
they had been reared. It was then felt
that something should be done for the
alleviation of the Indigent poor, the
care of the orphan and the education
of children. The question was, how to
supply this want when nearly 1,500
miles of a wilderness intervened be
tween Helena and oivilisation.
In the winter of 1866-(7 a call was
forwarded to Mother Xavier, superior
of the Bisters of Charity at leaven
worth, stating the urgent need that
existed here for the women of that or
der, and requesting that she would
send members of her community to
Helena. The mother was more than
willing to accede to the request, but
dimculties prevented immediate com
pUlance. But on Oct. 10, 1569, five sis
ters, Mary, Bertha, Loretto, Julia and
Regina, came to Helena and at once be
gan their work. A two-story frame
building was erected on the site of
their present large building, for a
young ladies' academy. It was soon
filled with pupils from every portion of
the territory. This was quickly fol
lowed by the building of a frame hos
pital, also on the site of the present
commodious brick structure. The want
of accommodations for the care of the
insane of the territory was then so ur
gent that the slsters, although not pre
pared to devote themselves to this
charity, undertook the task and for
several years ministered to these poor
unfortunates. After a time the hob
pital afforded a home and refuge for
the orphans, but the number, Increas
ing beyond the capacity of that insti
tution for their accommodation, last
year the magnflicent Orphans' Home,
situated about a mile north of the
Northern Pacific Railroad depot, was
erected at a cost of about $40,000. Other
houses have also been established in
other cities of the state.
A cursory review of the material work
of the Sisters of Charity in Helena dur
ing the first quarter of a century of
their establishment here, ending Oct.
10, 1894, tells of the many thousands
whom they have served in this time,
can best attest to the nobility of their
laborse; but it is only the inscrutable eye
of him who rules the universe and who
knows the most secret thoughts that has
a record of the charity, sacrifice, hard
ships, privations, self-denials and he
roic deeds of the i8sters of Charity. In
fluenced only by love, they devote years
of their time for his glory and in charity
to mankind. They seek not the plaud
its of men, but aspire to the reward that
will be theirs in the eternal hereafter.
It is appropriate in this connection, and
altogether in harmony with the Histers'
sentiments, that public acknowledge
ment be made on their part, that while
their charity has known neither re
ligious denomination nor color, they
have been greatly encouraged in their
good work by the kindness and sub
stantial assistance of people of every
creed and of no creed at all.
A short history of the order of Sisater
of Charity will be found Interesting, as
well as edifying; The RSisters of Char
ity, a religious congregation, was found
ed by Ht. Vincent de Paul In the vicinity
of Par.s, about the year 1ll3. with the
co-operation of Mme. I. (ras, a pious
and charitable lady. The object of their
institution is the care of the poor, espe
clally of the sick, and the education of
children, and its members are every
where the servants of the poor, which
name was conlferred on them by the
archbishop of Paris when he gave them
his formal approbation in 1655. Prisons,
free schools. hospitals and almshouses
were at once placed under their direc
tion In all tarts of France. The con
gregation was so)n invited to take
charge of similar institutions in other
countries, and the 4isters of C'harlty
are now to he found in almost every civ
illued land. l.itls VIV granted letters
patent to this Intlitution in 1657. and
they were finally cnnflrmedl by the le
gate of the pope, in 1660. The charity
andi deovotion of these wometn had made
them so useful to all clutses that even
the French revolution spared them.
Thov continuedll their work of henefi
eencel '.acretly, but without restraint.
On,, of the first acts of the npe Kovern
rnent was to plen to them a held of mise
fuIlce .cc, anIl Nploleo)ln plilcedi thlem up1
dcr the protection of his mother. They
niemake i.ttlnp' e wllsvw, whi h are renewed
'very year.
In Ilti the nmllhber of esta.lishmenl
was I,.064. of whom 9417 were in .Euro'pe,
M0 in America, 17 itn Asia, 17 in Africea,
and thrl'ee in Australia anIId l oennliH
The nubll.e r of memlbers was eitirnate t
at 2..,00H. The Ame'riaenl hbranch of this
c lcongregat 1ion W.es eat ablilshed at Er:In
metshurg, Mel, in 1I09. Mrs. ,llza H.
ton was their first nother ulperior. 'Ti'
lhrnncnh of Mrs. H-enton, until within a
few years, remaninede a quite distinct cc
tahilishment from the French order, but
of talt' gr.nt portion of lthe AnlIerinll
Mistersr of C'harity have adopjted the
Ft'',nch dress amnd rutles. The New Y'ork
enothee house and Its deptolenheleis,
however, still retaitn their ,rlginnl in
lep.nden'e 111 11173 there wet'- Ile the'
It'nite'l NtnteS 166 houses eel.neingl to
the Ns1tern of c'hurity.
It i cnte'mpllatedI to celehrale the
silver juhilee of the arrival of the ' itern
in Ilsletna at an early day.
'With i knowledllge of all the facts
Ulnrely nlhledl tO In this accolunt, the
future. hlistelrilan of Monltana will Ie\.,,eto
at glowinceg chapter in rec-rdelin tlhe he,
rle' de.ds alndl virtues of the Sinters of
'harlti y.
iILINA 1O THE CAPITAL
Delnlg te diloeomlee .l the rIeenl
of the peIesoeqt mI l O et IvI.e Go be
of the reaoet desequeeee a o the o1.sls.
of Motaolma Is b.sl .1 fthe eliomse of
ioiosnl w, oeao .o meet Is Jolst dla oumro
als Rolb IrJa who mr 4sle. to ad
tosle tloelsnm of Amsseosa. The fol
l.foslt sallo*oaJ wll sddss {lie vohse
Is belalf ofMelenes
WA. Csrh.
1. . Carter.
J .. 'roole.
W. V. lando .
Mlarin MaginmeI.
B. P. C.rrentr.
N. W. MeConael.
tLemal ~trd.
E. D. Weed.
Haut J. 1aell..
W. 1. Colla.
W. IN. Ci...
Wa. Walleo.. Jr.
(. N. Nolan.
A. i. Bothll.
C. C. Newms.
A. J. C veon.
J. M. OtL.nem .
T. J. Walth.
leo. H. loorqula.
J. B. Barrowl.
Jobsh A. Lýsrgest
E. A. Carleoou.
b'. E. b.E alnaba.
O. W. McCounell.
N. I. lana.
J. U. .h ober.
T. Bach.
A. H. Nelio.
0. P. (oanollt
H. C. amish.
it. H. Howey.
F. P. .te iing.
Albert I. Loob.
Gro. F. bbeolon.
s. 0. Moleltre.
T . . Orouber.
W. H. 8sotherlia.
L.e Word.
h. . . peatepr.
DAID 0TIo.
Oat. 19 (.vreals), 5. B. .Davis ad J.
U. laaden.
Nov. r Martia Mantanals ad E. D. Weed.
Nov. 4 afternoon. Wa. WalIoa., Jr.
DLLLINOI.
Oct. 2 W. F. sandors and N. W. Mo
Connell.
SlACrJOTr A£0oWT.
Nov. 8, A. Il. Nelsea and I. L Slrers
ban.
CARLPTOO.
O00. 27. T. J. Waeh.
COLUMBIA rILAL.
Oct. 80, T. H. Carser.
Nev. 1, U. , Nolas GOo. Y. Boar
quin.
Nae. 5 T. TJ. Walshb.
AIOADL.
Nov. . J1. B. Barrows ad nB . G Boasi.
CRAIO AND rTICoWWf.
Nov. 8 1. L . Batrsw ad L O. asel.
et. 81, A. H. N.lat and 1. B. Strani
Oat. T, H. N. Blake. David O'N(.l.
Lawreneo Neal.
o. D A. H. olon and 1. . s
DiU LODOI.
O.t. 19 W. E. Call.., J. ]. OClmente
sad 0. C. Nsama.
Nov. A T. H. Carter and Wa.Wallso, Jr.
shamoan.
O.t. 17, Wa. WalacO, Jr.
.LLIsTO?.
Oat. 11, O. W. MoONell ead M. e.
Oan m o.
OIL 17, S. H. MclasL.a ad Lee Word,
ra1nPTOWn.
Oct. S, T. J. Waleb.
OLAS.OW.
Ost. 9, . H. MeIatlre ad Loe WorJ.
OUBAT IALLS.
Nov. 8 N. W. MoCo~mel and Martia
erres..
01. 84 aftelraoon J. I. Barrows and B.
G. Bamsl.
OLINDALI.
O .. 7. W. 1. Call.. J. K. Clements.
and C. C. Newmn.
OLUIDITU.
Ot. 1. oC.1 Middltos., Henr Htlbunr
ad LCh.. O'NeaL
oaarra norr.
OlI. J9 (afternoon),. B. Davis ad J.
0. S ade ra
ML.N.
Os. 27, A. H. Ntion. sad . !. Stres
ham.
0.1 81, . H. MoIntirn and Lee Word.
aoas PLAtse.
Nov. L. T. J. Waleh.
OAT GOULD.
OIt.L 0. K. Davls ari J. O. Bandors.
IALISPILL.
0.1.27, C. B. Nolan sad C. F. Con
Nov. 3. T. H. Crter.
LIVINeITOI.
Oct. 80, W. . Bainldl and N. W. Mi
Consell.
LIBBY.
Nov. 1 T. H. Oauter.
LAwDUsET.
Oct. 29, A. 3. Nelson sad F. E. Strsa
MALTA.
O0t. 80, B. H. Melntr,. and Les Word.
MILAN OtTY.
Oat. 27, W. F. rander. and N. W. Me
Conmoll.
MNOGUTILLL.
Oet. 80. C. R. Middlstom. Honey HBlbura
and Okh. O'NeaI.
tiamouja.
Nov. 4, W. F. Band.r. sad Mautl Ms.
glanla.
MUADI*VILLL.
Nov. 8, C. B, Nolan and Geo. . Boar
gala.
LINCOUI.
O.OL 18, 8, K. Davis and J. 0. Banders.
PARlOaT 00C11m L
Oc. 81. 0. B. Nolas and O.. M. Boar
qalo.
PARK CITY.
Oct. 3T, W. H. ttetherlin sad T. E.
Orateher.
Nov. 2, A. H. Noiee. and F. E. Hitra..
ham.
STAN OIID.
Oct. 29, John t. Barrows and E. O.
Buestl.
sNOUTr BnTTr
out. 80. . 13. Nolan and Gno. M. Dour
gala.
vxti r BOW JrN('TION AND BTUART.
(ot. 211, W. E. COuolo J. M. Cloments
and O. C. Newman.
PI+N RIlyRL.
Ooak t. John It. hlarrows mad E. C.
ususl.
NT. P'TEl   MISSIMON.
Nov. 1, John It. Blarrows and E. C.
"usSel.
ATEMPLL
Oet. 27, . K. Davis and J. O. BSanders.
O.)L 19,0 11. Middlstoo, Henry hIllburn
and ChUa. O'NeaL
TR(IT.
Nov. 2. T. H. Cartsr.
TII'MPR4.)t ALL,.
Nov. 8 T. J. Walsh.
I'TI('C .
Oat. 27, J. It. ltarrow. and E . O. Rol l.
WAIKKRVII.1.L
Nov. 2, C. B. Nola. asld Oso. M. 3otur
quin.
WINNTuN.
Oat. 27, Oen. J H. li rits, Albeit I. !eob.
RP;IU4It'i:t
HNeremt-nv. o.nt, olil buy ' solt of ladlue' nn
dewtws *'o h.arr rlbbet flkeeJ baihrigtsu.
worth eI.i M y'r sult. at thi 1l INtiethlt ,wek.
iher sr. 1o gauln tleee. slon01 the Ilse or tele
frtl. Nortbheu. It I flsohble ot countinino.
ggttlemeut from the ergost kl n w t' UPyt gosd.
A New Lut,.
Of w'hits' citin., fl "ornis't~n 11, Jue r'.xc
c~ive'I. N.'w glutua atsit n.w i ie''.
F. J. K~dwntrdiu, K and 1t o trk alvcsuI
ItI( LNTL;It!
K NOWLEDGE
Ilringe cotmfort and improvement miwl
kten. to i,.ruonal enjoymelt whim
right ly uqil r. nh many, who live I t- I
ter than othern and enjoy life mori., with
let eixli.nditure, by more prompltly
.ulnltiug the world'a ksit produit i to
the ne..d of ply.icnal being, will ntt,.t
the value tA, health of the pure liqidi
lax:ative, principles embraced in the
ren.tldy, HyrIup, of Fign.
It . excellence in due. to its pretfr.ting
in itI form lolt nea'eptable and plhan
alit I.' tae tt., the refrelhing awl truly
iwntlef i prop.. rtie' of a wIerfet liax
ati\' ; 'fltuit lully eleunaing the MyatAlln,
di., IliiKg .'lds, Ihead ache awrl Iever
and perimateutly turing einstipation.
It lha given V atijnfaction to millionsnawl
met with the approval of the mtuhilit l
profie.ion, lettaunw it ants on the II1i
ney , Liver iand flowelh withoutl weak
ening themn and it is pwrfectly free from
every hbjeltiunab|le subtance.
Syrup of Figi is for sale by Ill drug
giata in ,5 .cent bottles, but it is man
ufaeture~ by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed ol n every
paekage, also the namti, 4vrup of Figs,
and bting well informeld, you will nut
iccept any tuhbtitute if offered.
WE ARE
Making new friends
every day by selling
The Lewis
Underwear.
THERE HAS
NEVER BEEN
ANYTHING
BOLD HERE
THAT COM
PARES WITH
THIS MAKE
FOR A
FIRSTLCLASS
UHI)ER WEAR.
WE HAVE
OTHER KiNDS,
TO.
Make REED &
Shirts That
Fit. CRAIG CO.
BAILEY BLOCK.
ED. PINAUD'S
UarivaIed Prep·artle for the nair,
EAU DE QUININE.
ThUia tolet llury I. a true
S le and Inslorant.
It c t st.imultinw ctlnou of alco
ul ýl1h l t value of Q nlilne, beucne
it i al m&iI agent fr the preserv
1on O r t e-. -
IT IS OIDý.lMTFUL TO uWl.
IT IS .EitCATELY PERFUMED.
IT IS A SURE CURE FOR DANDRUFF.
IT IS INDORSED BY EVERYBODY.
fT IB FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Don' dtlhlecivedy hiilltlions. . iee
thI , °l* ED. Pih A', lion every bottle
PINAUD'S
PERFUMES
GREEN PINK.
LILAS DE IF'RA~CE.
AURORA TULIP.
Paecheil"l'Achil DrIy Co.
WýJ WILL BUY
&n. tl All Ylnd. of
Firlltere, HoosaihI Goodls,
Ilarl.rnm. ii Taa . andi eude11. l (. eMI .'roritlun.
IL) iI t.e higb..t &h . tl'. ftr thý. nme. lIu
ýµoa..t Twlfotd's Tent F. 'tory.
JAB. TWIFORD & Co.
THY·~ -
DR. H. J. WIRTH'S
ODONTINE'
For ' el o I... V l t r.' t In e 1 an k
I> ntsl P1tlen Opporll* P ht Netimull 1en t
ALL MONIANA FAPEAS
A4. WOAD .T TEl
Montant Press Clipping Bureau,
h'll DI G(IIsuIKLV, MANAtAUak
oloto * - . . _ . . M. a lte.w
FOR WHOM? rnt u. ..ll a.
b lrers n tlOauoal moe woho wuni to rlgt new,.
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optnhq.
hutl elooN that w.Mnt *rltet news of
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L. P. FISHER'S
NtWSPAPEI
A.VERTISINO AGENCY
S U5XCUAgTS AkR.CHANO
M m VMANCsaIon.
.X ES:. - AXES.
To Rcduice Our Stock We Offer
IC ",Ii. 4'H A Ib Il c'I'ý*11': I')Ill,'-' Il[ I
PERFECT DOUBLE-BIT AXES 95c EACH.
I'.dl C'ity Douhe- Itiit A . ati 7~ :.t h.
Wood Chollppers' Ml auli, \V lE ~, Iut., at Low Prices.
A. M. HOLTER HARDWARE CO.
Littlefiell & Co.
We are in receipt of a Ilar;e,
inf\oie of the late "t sty le
and deligr.n in Waih I'a je,
also, a tewv line of (;,lile
work.
LITTLEFIELD & CO.,
f41A1.1Y 111.t4 K.
Sheriff Sale
I urobsa. of .to. k itht . u.ad..1 nab.,. ,N Ito
polt i Hteatn, I.ot Wait..r ar rr I t A.r H a'tinh aL
figlrure lo er than anybw ly In tho Nrthe,..'
ADAMS, M THE PLUMBER
MME. C. LAFLEUR.
FURRI ER,
219 NORTH RODNEY.
THE IS1T IOHOOL TO LEARN
Bookteeping, hborthanl, Telegraphy,
PENMANSHIP,
And All Common Englllh hiranche, I. the
ENGELHORN HELENA
seIN A DAY OR NIGHT COURSE NOW.
Prot H. T. I nelhorn. N. A., Pria.
KENNEDY'S
East India Bitters
-ARE THlE
BEST IN THE WORLD.
A family Tonic D llverage
IRocoolxed by the C., . Revenue Department
uatetr oxluotlvo anIlst.i au m.diclnc an t per
latt.ld to b" bold without Uqur heee.
Oppenheimer & Asch,
SOLE AGENTS
10IOI Ol.T1 MAIN RTR3LT.
HELENA, MONTANA.
A GREAT CHANCE
FOR INVESTMENT.
S11 area of floe lend under fenr. One lrge
hotel. one blorc') ith .ho11 one .elo.m,. ono,
danae hal, onoe lne bare. one dworlirg hone.
and 100 heed of tine bred calttl esa hey tu ford
tb rcattle through the wlntnr. The n.bro I. the
(trafton ranch at ttrafton. Montana. 1a011 on
oraddlroee JttlIM H. gIE:iKh.
Hel1. Moutaen
The Old International.
MAIN eflrr., lrt.^t t,
The nll anl polpuliar lnterueui,,nhl Il..'d I.
open for brrlneas. hbuth .'n the t.,rerr.ccr sot
luropean tlan under tho Inaunalou.'nt of M1ar
cue LIesner.
Kate. from I1. t9 a Ia) ('p. l nge Meal.
lI It lnt.
i ii Ins r.'.o under th. nuienacomorltl ,,o Chris
1ortesl.
II.o reeobrate.l 1.i..nor r ineral ',Pater used
In all J, icart nrnt.
ElcIz'iit Minrirai Baths inl Connectionl
T't'IVAT1L :iUI-OOl, 0!'
Shorthand and Typewriting.
Ihi.. school w. iw ,es.ion IIi.. co i , ".f 'aehl
wr1 du'nag l.'" sot ir ycer I ii n.ir t'..or..
ttoy is II. thi I'. pal:Ir I.rKI, r fruunrt
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CHICAGO FISH CO.
Whoiotnlnr rtir .ldo in (ý' to:
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104 (roadway. HeIsm.. Monat.
THIS PAPER ' ton*° 'I *
rertishng Ag.,ui·
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LADILS' AN[ CHILUHEN S
llderwear Factory,
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\IOON, Y11IN & CO.
IRII(; IN 1'(ll
AR''T PI'O(I'I OLIOS
I II P Ir t $1 . to $ . U
GI'n ral H B'or!,ling ,ntl Ruling.
C. B. LEBKICHER
ferron.l FIloor 11. r nl I.l indl l.
SAMUEL K. DAVIS.
SPECIAL.
XINV.lTENT RTOCKI.
1.fIW) Iron Moantain. in lote; option *a
carod for one week; bhlpiDg carload con
centratel dally. Beat parobua nla the
mark. t.
lBald lutle-1,000 and 10 abaresr
WANTED.
Comblnation. Pbhs la,,ourR.
boutbhra Croas at a low Agour.
26 and 27 Bailey Block.
CLARENCE J. JOl1iSON.
Architect and Superintendent
1M POWER BUILDINcG
Jackson hlusic Co.
Now Makes the Fol
lowing
Astonishing
A1nlnoun1cenllent.
SPECIAL SALE.
Sheet MInsie, Music Follos, In
strl'act ion Hoks, Small In
Ntrul'uents. MSrinis,
Harnionicias, Eta'.
I.atest 'Poular ,Music at the
follo\wing prices:
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Harris PopuIjr NaltL Songs.
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