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HOLZHIAIN & BKO.
REDUCTIONS! Owing to the decline on good*» in the Eastern and California Market?, we have Reduced the Price on our entire Stock of Clothing: and Furnish ing üood«« We are receiving a larger stock than ever, bought Very Low, and are prepared to give the public th« Benefit of same. The Leading Style? of Clothing:, Hat«, etc., received by Express. Please examine oflr stock and convince yourse HOLZMAN & BRO. -htwtf-fifitdn NICK MILLEN. BOOTS AND SHOES. SIGN OF THE L BIG BOOT. Wholesale and Retail DealeT in LEATHER, FINDINGS AND RUBBER GOODS. Alao, the celebrated Her»««« Gaiter, patented harch 3d. 1868, and the mo*t popular «boe worn in *K««r T«rk and Boat on. t.i the Old Stand of Gurney A. Co*, SION tit THE UIG BOOT. Fla mc'.S treet,..................Helena, M« T. Awly-auglG)__ PLANING MILL, M, Door and Blind Factory SHAFFER & YERGY, proprietors. LOWER .MAIN SREET, HELENA füamwfaçiwre .Vo order and keep Con« «tatty on Hand a Supply of Doors, Jllkadsnnd sanli, iront the Se»t of iSeiMi«a(!d;Lumb« Having «nh- First-class Steam Power Machinery— tie beat in tiw Terri tory t—w«e Are prepared to do better work and at mere reasonable rates than anv other ärm in Helena. AH htods of lumlwv dressed on the shortest notice. Also, ail .kinds or .Wcvd Turning and Scrowl Sawiag Moulding, oi every deset:] it ion kept constantly on htexi. Contraei» made for bii'ding and inrproving property, and ell work guaranteed Co in* dope (ç expeditious and skilllul manner. Art inspection of ,>,:r •■»»abHi'limesr is respectfully solicited. You will then better understand ttfc facili ties we have lor doing :ir,t-c«asa work at the most reasonable figures. dJtvrtf I 1 GREAT SLAUGHTER OF DRY GOODS AT SANDS BROS. 600DS AT LESS THAN STATES FRIGES. In order to reduce our immense stock to its ^lowest limit before taking our annual inventory, we have marked down ali goods herein enumerated, regardless of cost, to prices that must ensure their rapid sale. 110 packages winter poplin dress goods, in all desirable shades, at 25c., 30c. and 40c. Ladies' all wool shawls, in Tartan Diaid? and gray mixtures, at $2.75 (reduced from $4.00). Ladies' all wool double shawls, $4.50 (reduced from $6.50). 100 dozen children's striped woolen hose at 10c., 12%c. and 15c. & pair. 3 cases heavy Jeans, in browii and cadet gray, at 25c. (reduced from 40c.). 4 cases bleached aud brown canton flannel at Sc.—sold everywhere at I2>.e. 2 cases extra heavy gray twilled flannel at 35c. (worth fully 50c. per yard). 2 cases scarlet California twilled flannel at 50c. per yard (former price. 65c.). 10 bales unbleached Sea Island muslin for family use, at S'*c. per yardjby the bolt. 4 cases of plaid lindseys, from toe. per yard upwards. 4 cases of yard wide bleached muslin, equal to the Fruit of the Loom, I2%c. per yard. 75 pair California white bed blankets, at $10, $11 and $12. < 300 bed comforts, from $2.50 upwards. Great Reductions in Alpacas, Cashmeres, Poplins, Empress Cloths, Etc. Silk Bargains in Ladies', Misses' aud Children's Furs. A full line of Strlish Cloaks in Cloth, Beaver and Silk Velvet. 30 -Inch Lyons Silk Velvet for Cloaks, Embroideries, Laces. Belts, aud Fancy Goods of all kinds, at reduced rate». Flour Sacks, Seamless Bags and Hydraulic Hose. SANDS BROS UNPARALLELED BARGAINS IX DRY GOODS & CARPETS. In order to induce parties visiting IMena during the Fair, to buy their supplies of Fall and Winter Dry Goods, we have reduced the price» on our immense stock of Dry Goods. To prow winch we will only quote a few articles : Bleached |Muslin (yard wide and soft finish, 10 cents ■per yard. Bleached and Unbleached Canton FlaauieL, 12X cents per yard. White Wool Flannel, 25 cent« per yard. Black Alpaca (worth 50 cents) 25 otvits per yard. Worsted Plaids (worth 56 cents) 2» cents per yard. Alpaca Delaines, 15 cents. Waterproof (heavy and double width) 75 cents. Corsets (white and colored) 75 cents. Ladies' White Cotton Hose, $1 50 per dozen. Ladies' White Ribbed Wool Hose, $3 per dozen. Ladies' Merino Vests and Drawers, per sail, $!. Ladies' White Pique Aprons, 50 cents. Best Quality Rag Carpet, 35 cents. Gtxnl Quality Two-Piv Carpet, 60 cents. Aud everything else in proportion. Having just opened our large and well selected stock of FA1.L AND WI NTER DRY COOPS. our assortment is complete in every department, and ladies visiting this « iiy will find it to their advantage to examine our goods before purchasing elsewhere. D. BLOCK & CO., Corner .11 at it Street «»*.1 iirnadua) Helena. wtf-sep2t GALLATIN STABLE ROONEY STREET. THE URGENT AND BEST STABLE M HELENA. Having leased the above stable, (the largest and best in He enaJ for one year, the undersigned desires to inform his friends and the public generally of the fact, and respectfully asks their patronage. Having had extensive experience in this business, I fesl certain of giving satisfaction to all patrons ^ H. R. BABER. wtf-ocfl6 THIS NfcW ELASTIC TRUSS I Ilm l*a«l differing from nil other«, i. I cu|'.sh»i>e, with 8elf-A4jBiting HnH iu L-vbier. ndnpt* iuelf to nil posi tinu. of the body, while the ball in u.e cup r reiMi back the in t atinea ju«t as a peijon would with the finder, with _ light i'Wure the Hwrnia nekl »ecurelr dny nnd night, nod n rndunl cure certnlu. It »• dnr.kle nud chenp. S»ut br mnil. Circnlnre free. EGGLESTON TRUSS CO., Marshall, filch. SENS ■IE TRUSS THE MOST PERFECT MADE. & a * '*ad * MARK $ Æ % special XIMON SUGAR. ETC. < g0NE THIRD IS is quantity by their perfect purity and great strength; the only kinds made by a practical Chemist and Physician, with scientificcare to insure uniformity, health fulness, delicacy md freedom from all in jurious substances. They are far superior to the common adul terated kinds. Obtain r he genuine. Observe our Trade Marks îjs above, "Cream" Baking Powder, "Hand and Cornucopia." Buy the Baking Pow der only in cans securely labelled. Many have been deceived in loose or bulk Potv old as Dr. Price's. Manufactured onlv bv STEELE & PRICE, Chicago, St. Ln-ii * and Cincanialt. FOR SALE. der A Howe's Harness and Leather Sewing Machine. Nearly new, in perfect order, and will be sold at less than bait its cost. Apply at the IIekald office. PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA. Paid in Capital. - «100,000 Transact all Business «f a Banking: Mature* Cm L. DAHLEK, President. CEO* W. FOX, Caviller. Buy Silver Ores at the mine, or delivered in Helena, we will make cash advances on ores and ship the game for account of owners. Buy local securities, loan money, discount paper, and allow interest on time deposits. In connection with our various correspondents throughout the Territory, our facilities tor making collections are particularly good. DIRECTORS: L. DAHLER. F. POTTS. P. A. LARGEY. WM. A. CHESSMAN. HENRY KLEIN. ALEX. H. BEATTIE NICK KESSLER. CORNELIUS HEDGES. GEO. W. FOX. ASSOCIATED BANK. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, OF BOZEMAN, DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES. [d&wly-jyl5] FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFHELENA. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES. Paid up Capital, SI00,000. S. T. HAUSER, D. C. CORBIN, E. R. KMight, • President, - - Vice-President. - • cashier. T.H. KLEINNCHM1DT, - A««'t Caah. We transact a General Banking Business, an Buy, at Highest Rates Gold Dust, Coin Gold and Silve Bullion, and Local Securities ; and sell Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers, available in ali 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 FOB CASH, At the very best rates allowable. Owners ot Mines will consult their interests by calling upon us. Board of Directors : S. T. HAUSER, JOHN CURTIN, A. M. HOLTER, D. C. CORBIN, JNO. H. MING, F. L. WORDEN, GRANVILLE STUART, T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT. d&wtf-mart SILVER CITY HOTEL, SILVER CITY, M. T. FRED. LINDWEDEL, Proprietor. The undersigned, having refurnished and refitted the Silver City Hotel throughout, would respectfully solicit the patronage of the traveling public. Stage lines run to and from tne house. Good rooms, clean "beds, and the stable is commodious and well supplied with hay and gram. No pains will be spared to make guests comfortable. Charges reasonable. FRED. LINDWEDEL, dly-oclS Prop riet or. DR. L. W. FRARY, SURGEON DENTIST, HKOADWAY .......................Helen Office—In the " Herald" Building. i Twenty years' experience, making a specialty of his field of labor, gives Dr. Frary precedence over many others in the practice of his profession. The most difficult cases in Surgical Dentistry successfully treat«* [d«fcwt v-ap41 WEIR a POPE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS, HELENA, MONTANA. Invite the att«ntion of the Public t« their Stock of DRtJUS, xldicines and FANCY ARTICLES. We are m receipt ot a full supply of THE GENUINE MASON JAB WITH BOYD'S POECELAIN LINED CAP. The genuine Mason Jar has been in the market some twelve years, and still retains its popularity as the most reliable Fruit Preserver known. During this time it has been variously imitated, and many Lew styles of Jars have been put in the market, but in no way have they affected the reputation of the "Miaou." The Improvement to thi» Jar BY THE APPLIC ATION OF THE Porcelain Lining to the Cover, Renders it perfect in every respect, and removes ali possible objection which could be brought against the Met&lic Cap, as the interior surface is Glass aiul Porce lain throughout, while the simplicity in operation, reliability and readiness with which the old Jar could be opened, are fully preserved. This Cap was thor oughly and successfully tested during the past season, with a demand unprecedented and beyond the capacity of its production. Direction« for Using Jlmou's Jat». Fill the Jars with cold fruit. Make a tvrup of sugar (quantity as below) aud pour into the jar until i; is filled half way up the neck. Put the jar Li a hoi>« with a grate, pebbles or straw at the bottom, fo the glass from actual contact with the bottom, and tiL the boiler to the neck ot the jar with cold water. Cover and boil as below. The boiling being completed, re move the jars, and after standing about five minutes, put on the rubber ring and cap, and screw down gently with the hands. After five minutes more, apply the wrench with vigor, and put away in a cool place, or cook the fruit in syrup, made as directed, lleatjais in hot water. Fill with hot fruit. Wipe the top ot the jar clean. Put ou the rubber ring and cap, as abcA'e directed. TOMATOES may be stewed and poured into jars and sealed as above; or. it preterred, put intoio.d jars, whole or sliced, and the tars filled with obi water, then cooked in a boiler as first described. SYRUP.—All syrup should be well boiled tie fore ap plied to the fruit, as it prevents it fermenting. APPLE SAUCE ready for table use or pies, may be preserved by putting in h«t jars, and sealing at on« e. Remember Cold Fruit requires Cold Jars. Hot 1 rn.i requires Hot Jars. TO OPEN THE JAR.—Loosen the Rubber ;r«.*:u under the Cap with the thumb and fir.ger, so is low the air to enter, and it will easily unscrew. Preparing: Fruit« for Preserving. Raspberries.............................. 6 minute. Blackberries.............................. 6 Plums.................................... b' Strawberries.............................. 8 Whortleberries............................ 5 Pie Plant Sliced........................... Sour Apples, quartered.................... Ripe Currants............................ 6 " Wild Grapes.............................W Tomatoes........................... 26 " The amount of sugar to a quart jar should lit*— i*.t Cherries..................... .............. 6 o nates. Raspberries................................ 4 Blackberries............................... 6 Strawberries............................... 8 Whortleberries............................. 4 Wild Grapes................................6 Plums...................................... 8 Pieplant...................................1" Sour Apples, quartered.................... 6 Bipe Currants.............................. b '* SWEDISHLEECHES Kept in stock. Fresh and Healthy. ASS AYER'S - «! ATE RIAL. Crucibles, Cupels, Muffles, Bone Duet, Argols, Bonn Letharge, Soda, etc., at very lowest market rates. LAMPS AND CHANDELIERS. Prices very low'. Chimneys all sizes. Shades an«'. Burners to lit any lamp. ALCOHOL96-PROOF, Cologne, Bay Rum. best ' imported, Oils, Varnishes Paints, Putty, Whiting, Plaster Paris, etc. etc. We solicit a «Imre of public patronale« WEIR & POPE, Druggists, HELENA,......MONTANA rdAwlv-aolf dJ) VI üf-JK Ï.V t? I d. MjKC/r FRED GAMER, HI Wholesale and Retail Dealer m BOOTS AXD SHOES, LEATHE1 :r A\DllN«n«^.X My stock consists of the best and largest assortment <>; Ladies', Misses and Children's French Kid Pebble Coat, Morocco, Cloth and Calfskin Shoes. Also, all kinds of Ladies'. Mi-'«- :>n<: 4 Slippers. All the latest styles ct M«-n s. 1> Youth's Boots and Shoes. A large sUx*k of Men's Cu^tom-Mano « i and Kip Boots kept constant:y on 1 ami. GUI ROOTS A SPIlt I I» i ' reorders from abroad will ree« ti«>n.