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CLOSING OLT SALE
AT D. & J. GOLDBERG'S Owing to the failure« East and Wert we are com pelled to Mark Down our Fall and Winter Clothing from 25 to 40 Per Cent. Wc have the Largest Stock of Goods of this class in Montana, and we are Compelled to put them on the Market at auch Figure* a* will insure their sale. \Ye are Offering MELTON BROWN OVERCOATS.....$15 MELTON UREY OVERCOATS........ lO BLUE DOESKIN OVERCOATS........ 13 HARRISON BEAVER OVERCOATS 18 FALL OVERCOATS....................... 7 And all other goods at Proportionate Rates. The Closing Out Sale of these Goods will common & on Tuesday, August 31»t, and continue until all our Winter Goods are disposed of Wc exhibit, also, Diagonal, Beaver, Cloth, and Cased mere Suit*, Boots, Sho.es, Hats, Caps,Trunks and Valises; a Large Stock o l Boys' Suits, Pants A, Hats. Remember, that this is *ao "Dodge,'' butW'c Mean Business. The goc*!« must be «old as Quick as Possible. dAwtf-sep2 t PLAJHHG MILL, Sasb, Door and Blind Factory. SHAFFER! & YERGY, Proprietors. LOWER MAIN SREET, HELENA Manufacture to drier and keep Co«« stantlyon Hand a/Supply of Doors, Blinds and Sash, from, the best «1 Seasooed Lumber. Having « illy First-class Steam Power Machinery— the best it the Territory—we are prepared to do better work and«t more reasonable rates than any other firm in Helena. All kinds of lumber dressed on the shortest notice. Also, all kinds of Wood Turning and Scrowl Sawing Mouldings of every description kept constantly on hand. Contracts made for building and improving property, and all work guaranteed to be done in an expeditiou and eklllful manner. An inspection of our establishment is respectfully solicited. You will then better understand the facili ties we have for doing first-class work at the most reasonable figures. _ d&wtf-r c> A FORTUNE FOR $1 Wyoming Monthly LOTTERY Legalized by authority of an Act ofthe Legislature. Tickets • I Each, 6 for $5. Ouech*nc.u>«v«73 $250.000 in Prizes. CapitalPrize $50,000 6th Extraordinary Drawing. 1 Cash Prize of $100,000 1 Cash Prize of 50,000 1 Cash Prize of 25,000 1 Cush Prize of 20,000 61,025 Cash Prizes amounting to $350,000 'The first Extraordinary Drawing was presided over by Col. Patrick, Prea't Uoanl ofTrade. Second by Gov. James. Third by Ticket Holders Fourth by City, County, and State -officials and the Fifth by sworn Commissioners Extraordinary after 1 20 Chances for $ J 0, leaving balance to be deducted from Prizes afterthe Drawing. Agents Wanted Liberal pay. For full particular» and Circulare. Addresa tbe Manage r, 4 . M. PAT TEE, Laramie City, Wyoming. NATIONAL MINING AND EXPLORING COMPANY« .(jucoperoted Under the Laws of New York, February 23d, 1865. J. A. ROOSEVELT, President. G. T. JACKSON, Treasurer, Maiden Lane, New York. 8. J. JONES, Ajr't and Sup't, Unionville, M. T. Poet Office, Helena, M. T. All employe«« are required to draw their pay on the fin>t wo' ring day in each month (or on -ceasing work.) Bill« in town mettled the following day, and if any are overlooked they «houid be rendered through the Poet Office. • The work« are always open to inmpection by respect able partie«, but all loadug prohibited. dAwtf-ap? PROF. B. F. MARSH. J. M. MARSH iU DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYORS A sPPifc&TED agreeablv to the provisions of the Mininj: Laws of the United States, we are author ized lo uui.t Surveys and execute the work required to obtain Patfliuu* to Mining Claims in Montana. DORIC MEVG ON SHORT NOTICE. Office and Ilww* at the Cosmopolitan Hotel. Addres MA1I8H Sc SON, dly-janl. Helena. Montana. NEW COODSI FOR Fall and Winter. The large r.dditfons which we have recent' ^ made to our stock make our Assortment Most Complete In Every Department. Our Attractive Display OF F/j,L MELTIIS Will he in by weekly arrivai;of goods we>tlll bave m transit. We now display full lines of AWFftWi GOODS, t SHAWLS, CLOAKS, FURS, LADIES' READY-MADE SUITS, -And every ardde of FANCY GOODS pertaining to a LadvV Wardrobe. For Flannels, Cassimeres, Tweeds, Lindseys, Waterproofs, and Domestics, Wc cannot be excelled for VAKIETY, QUALITY AND PRICES. A few more pieces of our celebrated $2 hlack gros grain Silk, which has been compared with goods bought in New York and found superior for tbe sprice. Flour Sacks and Grain Bags CARPETS AND HouseFurnishingCoods We desire keep this fact prominently'before the public, that we are not to be undersold by any House in the Trade. An inspection of our Stock and Prices will furnish tike roost convincing proof. Orders by MAIL receive prompt and careful atten tion. SANDS BEOS. CARRIAGE, d&wlyr-oct2<J the are WAGON AND BLACK SMITH SHOP. BROWN & WEISENHORN. (Successors to A. Kemp.) main Street..........................Helena. Manufacture to order, Carriages and Wagons, suit able for mountain roads, guaranteeing them to be first class in every respect We keep constantly on hand a large stock of HARD DODD, And Repairing done in the best manner, on short notice, and at satisfactory prices. Carriage Painting, by an experienced artist, a specialty. Our large experience in the business in this Territorv and elsewhere warrants us in guaranteeing that all work entrusted to us will be done promptly and in a workmanlike manner. the to Prices in all departments to suit the times. d&wly-aplO BROWN & WEISENHORN. HAY MARKET AND FEED STABLES. North Main St. HELENA, - - ION TANA. Tins new and commodious Stable, very desirably located, is now open for business, and a share of pub lic patronage is solicited. Connected with the stable is a standard Fairflanks Hay Scale. The proprietor has a rauche of 600 acres of hay and grazing land in the valley. Horses ranched on reason able terms. JOS. IIORSKY, sep*27-d<twtf Proprietor. flolZMA L & BRO We are now receiving our Fall and Winter Stock of CLOTHING For Men and Boys. Our Stock is NEW, FRESH, STYLISH, & CHEAP. Our Goods are of the Latest Fashion, and we Offer Them Cheaper than any House in the City. Our etoek is mo?t complete, and we will convince our Patrons that our well earned reputation of selling Better Good« for Loss Money than any other House. We have now in stock, Dress Suits, Business Suits, Working Suits, in fact, all kinds of goods suitable for Men's Wear. In Cassimere Pants, we liave an endless variety. 8« T. Our stock of Overcoats is extensive and complete. Our stock of Cassimere and Linen Shirts. Hats, Under wear, and Hosiery, is complete. Give us a trial, aid be convinced that wc still adhere to our motto— QUICK 8ALE8 AND S MALL PROFITS. THE OLD AND RELIABLE CALIFORNIA CARRIAGE AND BLACKSMITH SHOP. JEFFERIS & GIBSON, Proprietors The proprietors desire to inform the public that they have in stock a large and choice assortment of hard wood, and are now prepared to do all kinds of carriage and wagon work, on short notice, and upon the most satisfactory terms. All work done "upon honor." HTOur stock of Seasoned Hard Lum ber, is the Largest ever brought to the Territory 7 . OUR HORSE SHOEING Department has long been a specialty with us, and we confidently refer to oar patrons in the past as a guarantee for the future that our work gives perfect satisfaction. d&wtf-r»9 JEFFER18 Sc GIBSON. THIS UTICA STM ENGINE CO.. Utica, N. Y., Manufacture PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES (From 4 to 40 Horse power,) STATIONARY ENGINES, (From 6 to WO Horse power,) Boilers of all sizes and descriptions (Built of best Penna. Boiler Plate.) CIRCULAR SAWMILLS, (Screw or Lever Set Works,) Pumps, Steam-pumps. Belting, Saws, Haugers, Pulleys, <vc., Ac. All our Engines and Boilers are very complete in îeir appointments, and as none but the best material and workmanship is permitted, we can fully guarantee a l. C^rwl 4V.« .g__ irnmhtri flIUl them. Send for circulars, giving prices, weights, and full description to DAVIS Sc TATEM» Helena, \v6m-je3 Agents for Montana. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OP THE UNITED STATES. 8« T. HAUSER, D. C. CORBIN President, - Coahier. 8. M. HALL, Vice President T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, - Ass't Cash. Authorized Capital, $500,000 00. Paid up Capital, ■ $100,000 00 Permanent Surplus Fund, 50,000 00 AVERAGE DEPOSITS PRECEDING SIX MONTHS, • - 591,604 52 INVESTED IN Ü. S. BONDS. - - 228,000 00 DIVIDEND PAID NOVEMBER 1,1S74.. .20,000 00 We transact a General Banking Business, and Buy, at Highest Rates, Gold Dust, Coin Gold and Sllve Bullion, and Local Securities ; and sell Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers, available in all parts of the United States, the Canadas, Great Britain, Ireland, and the Continent Collections made, and Proceeds remitted* promptly. We have also perfected arrangements whereby our facilities for handling Silver Ores are particularly good, and this Branch of our Business will receive Special attention. Cash advances made upon Ores, and same Shipped for account of Owners. Or we will BUY FOR CASH, At the very best rates allowable. Owners of Mines will consult their interests by calling upon us. Board of Directors : 8. T. HAUSER, S. M. HALL, MOSES MOORE, JOHN CURTIN, JNO. H. MING, D. C. CORBIN. JNO. E. BLAINE, F. L. WORDEN. T. If. KliEIITOCHMIDT. d&wtf-marfl PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA. Paid in Capital» - SI00,000 Authorized Capital, $500,000 We draw Exchange on Deer Lodge, Virginia City, Bozeman, Corinne, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Omaha, St. Loui 9 , Chicago, New York, and all the principal cities of Europe. We are also prepared to give Telegraphic Transfers on either of the above named cities. C. L. DAHLER, President. GEO. W. FOX, Cashier. Buy Silver Ores at the mine, or delivered in Helena, or we will make cash advance« on ore« and «hip the same for account of owner«. Bny local securities, loan money, discount paper, an allow Interest on time deposits. In connection with our various correspondent« throughout the Territory, onr facilities for making collections are particularly good. DIRECTORS: C. L. DAHLER. B. F. POTTS. P. A. LARGEY. WILLIAM A. CHESSMAN. HENRY KLEIN. ALEX. H. BEATTIE. NICK KESSLER. CORNELIUS HEDGES. GEO. W. FOX. ASSOCIATED BANK. FIBST NATIONAL BANK, OF BOZEMAN, DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES. [d&wtf-aplß] « r* WEIR A POPE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS, HELENA,JIONTANA, Cordially thank the public for the liberal patronage extended to them during the past year, and solicit through the columns of the Herai -d a continuance ot the same. Just Received, And for sale at Lowest Market Rates, Fore ALMADEN QUICKSILVER. We purchase direct from the Almaden Mine, and onr customer« may rest assured that our Quicksilver 1» at all time« Pure and Free from Foreign Metals. We keep In stock all kinds ot ASSAYING MATERIALS: Sand and Black Lead Crucibles, Muffles Cupels, and Bone Dust, In any quantity, and at Lower Prices than these goods have been hitherto offered at Our Stock of Chandaliers, Lamps, Chimneys, Burn ers, etc., are offered at prices that will suit customers. To the Trade, we offer Chimneys and Burners at the very Lowest Wholesale Rates. Our chimneys are the Dithridge " chimney, and the best made. We commend to those who want a Splendid Light to read, write, or sew by, the GERMAN STUDY LAMP. It is a lamp universally used and recommended. IN WINDOW CLASS, We have all size«, from an 8x10 up to a 30x48 Prices as low as any other house. Our glass is shipped by boat from Pittsburgh to Fort Benton without transfer, and the breakage is therefore snrtflL Our stock of DRUGS. CHEMICALS. PATENT MEDICI SES. OILS. SOAPS (CASTILE and FANCY,) Is unusually replete, and to which we inrite attention. BT Orders from all part* ef the Territory art solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. WEIR & POPE, Druggists, HELENA,......MONTANA. rd&Wly-aplR] CHAS. E. WELLS Successor to J. H. MING & CO., Booksellers, Stationers, and Dealers in Fancy Goods. HELENA......................... M. T. Would respectfully announce that they are now receiving a complete assortment of New Goods in their line, embracing WRITING , BILL and LEGAL PAPERS. NE W INITIAL and FA NC Y NO TE PA PER. WRAPPING and WALL PAPER. BLANK BOOKS and MEMORANDUMS. FANCY GOODS, NOTIONS and TOYS. TOILET ARTICLES, COMBS, BRUSHES, EC. MIRRORS ; PICTURES and PICTURE FRAMES. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS a n d S TR1N G S. FISHING TACKLE, SPORTING GOODS and PLA Y TNG CARDS. SINGER MANUFACTURING CO. Helena, M. T., November 4, 1874 We have appointed C. K. Wells our agent for the sale of the Singer Sewing Machines at Helena and vi cinity. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING GO. A complete assortment of the above machines and attachments will be found at our store. J. II. MING & COt Agent« for the PATENT ALUMINOUS BUILDING PAPER, the best and cheapest substitute for plastering known. . ISHSamples sent by mail, and letters of inquiry promptly answered. ___ dli n«fcw3in-iel o IP r Ann per day. Agents wanted. AH class Jnj IU JpZU of working people ot both sexes, young and old, make more money at work for us, in their own localities, during their spare moments, or all trie time, than at anything else. We offer employment that will pay handsomely for every hour i* work, r uji particulars, teims, <fce., sent free. Send us your ad dress at one?. Don't delay. Now is the time. * ()U c look for work or business elsewhere, until you nave learned what we offer. G. Stidson & Co., 1 oruana. Maine. ,!AvvK->nv.rt OBSTACLES T 0 _ MARRIAGE. Happy Relief for Youusr Men trout tn* effects of Errors and Abuses in early life. - " restored. Impediments to Marriage remm ed. . - method of treatment. New and remarkabie tu t^s. Books and Circulars «ent .free, ini sealed envelopes. Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No. 419 North Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa..—an institution havm a high reputation for honorable conduct and proiev sional skitL dJfcwJm-myt.