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1879.1 ALL aiiflff INTER 1880
New Importations to our full and Attractive S tock . Belalr, Schalicokes and Globe Suitings. Germania and Kastor, Beaver and Chinchilla _Overcoats. English and American Casslmere, Cheviot and Beaver Pants. Buffalo, Coon, and Blanket Overcoats. Novelties In the Celebrated "Dazien" make of Ties, Scarfs and Bows, from London. The Everlasting Cuff Shirt. The L. & L. Fine Hand Sewed Tap and half Double-soled Boots. Our own make of Merino and Flan nel Underwear. The Union Stetson Hat, the Best in the Market. A tail tine of Hosiery, Gloves anc Handkerchiefs, Etc. ; Etc., Etc., Etc. Which we offer at prices fully as Low as Eastern houses. CANS & KLEIN, lain Street .......Helena M. T. H. M. PAECHEN & CO. HELENA, MONTANA, AND PÄRCHEN & D'ACHEUL, BUTTE, MONTANA, DRUGGISTS, •Wc desire to call attention to our huge stock of 'Specialties, consisting in part of STATIONERY,BLANK BOOKS,WALL PAPER, rAIKTS, WINDOW GLASS, GOAL OIL, LAMPS, CHANDELIERS, LARO OIL. RLGE STONE, PARIS GREEN, BIRD CAGES, NOTIONS, Etc. ddress orders to PÄRCHEN & CO., Helena, Montana. PÄRCHEN Sb D'ACHEUL have moved their Deer Lodge branch to Butte City, where our friends will in the future please address us. We guarantee to fill ail orders, as heretofore, at bottom prices. jan'W-d&wlv MONTANA. HISTORICAL DIRECTORY OP THE TERRITORY. Sent to any Address upon Receipt of 92 This book, recently issued from the Herald office, is the first one published in t' e Territory embracing the history of every portion of Montana, and containing an account of the early settlement of ea:h district, from the first mission established among the Indians, in 1841. to the present time. The account of the steamboat navigation on the upper Missouri and tbe first boat up to the Great Falls is very nteresting, and worthy a place in every household in the country for the instructive le-son it g ves of the energy and enterprise that converted the primitive freight boats cordelled by hand from St Louis to Benton into the magnificent floating palaces that bring to our shores both passen* gers and freight with speed, comfort and economy. The book is invaluable for its data from every portion of Montana, and for reference is the only condensed record, reliable and convenient, for those seeking in formation in regard to the vast resources of this rich and wonderful country. The thrilling scenes in the times of the Vigilantes are presented in tbe truthfully descriptive words of Prof. Dimsdale. who recoants the daring deeds of that heroic band, and, as be puts it, forms one of the most readable features of the work, especially to those who were not in Montana in those days "that tried men's seals." in the Directory every town and camp is described, and mention made of every man's business. Thr alti tude« of the various towns, valleys and mountains, prepared by Walter W. DeLacy and others are strictly exa.f at d are a most valuable table for reference, and indicate at a glance the character of the country suit able for the several purposes of agriculture, grazing and milting. The latitude and iongitude of the prin cipul towns are also correctly given. Each count} has its own hist-Ty set forth, with its area in acres and productiveness, and a list of the names of all county officers. Helena, Virginia City and Deer Lodge arc creditably illustrated. The book also contains a sketch of the military oc cupation of the Territory and accounts of Custer's massacre and the battles of Big Hole and Bear's Paw; Indian monuments and hot springs; a classified busi ness directory of Helena, end the names and resi dences of over fcnrt<*en hundred of her citizens ; poet offices, churches, Schools, missions, lodges, hospitals and associations ; military forts, posts, camps and agencies; the foundation of each church organization in the Territory ; a directory of Bmte, with an account of her n ines. m Us, etc., and an illustration of the Alice mill at Walkerville: the Territorial officers, from tbe organization of the Territory to the present time; a rlcul ure. hor iculture and grazing, and the capabil ities of tbe soil for the support of six mill ons of tpeo ple demonsli ated upon the present average product of the Ian i cultivated ; navigation, transportation rentes, freights, distam-es, total product of gold from IMS to 18T8. and the counties from which it came. The work, embracing over two hundred and seventv flve pages, 1ms not one ite u that is no o interest to some person and worthy of a record m the His'orical Directory of M. ntana. Being neatly bound, the book fax an acquisition to any library and is furnished at ft per copy by mail Send orders to FXaK BROS.. Helena. M. T. No Rete. EverytMnjr New AT NICK MILLENS L BOOT AND SHOE EMPORIUM. I will not be Undersold, Having purchased my entire stock from the best man ufacturers late last summer, After the Great Reduction in Prices, I am enabled to furnish the Trade the best quality of goods in my line at GREATLY REDUCED FIGURES. My stock is unusually full, and covers the greatest variety in quality and prices, and I am determined Not to be Undersold. invite an inspection of my goods and prices, WHICH WILL TALK. At the Sign of the Big Boot, N. MILJVF.N. FRED. GAMER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ÊâK£* BOOTS SHOES Leather and Findings, HELENA, - MONTANA. My stock consists of tho best and largest assortment of Ladies', Misses' and Children's French Kid, Pebble Goat, Cloth, Morocco and Calfskin Shoes. Also, all kinds ol Ladies', Misses' and Children's Slip pers. All the latest styles of Men's, Boys' and Youths Boots and Shoes A large stork of Mens Cost m-Mad French Calf and Kip Boots kept constantly on hand. CUM BOOT ^SPECIALTY. All orders from abroad promptly attended to. d&wly-my2__ S. H. Kennedy's Mfg Co. MANUFACTURERS OF ^liKOÎNrn îfi^ÙÜFAC Mi Çompân SHEEF DIFS. The Largest of the kind in the U. S. Please Examine the list of the different and prices, viz : DissoM Sulphur Dip, Price, $2 25 per gallon. Thi?> is equal to SO lbs. the best Sublime Sulphur. contrateil Extract of Tobacco Dip. Price, a gallon. This is equal to 40 lbs. best Leaf Tobacco. Non-Poisonons Dip, Price, R 85 a gallon. This is my FAVORITE Dip, as it CURES SCAB and can be used at any degree of strength with safety. Hemlock Poisonous Dip, Price, 9t 85 a gallon, AND IS THE BEST POISONOUS DIP IN USE. Bach gallon of these Dips WiU make enough for 225 Sheep after Shearing Pot up in One and Five Gal'on cans, with full direc tions for use. Pamphlets sent free to any address. Sold by all principal dealers in the U. S. S. H. KENNED TS Mfg Co ., Omaha, Neb. DAVIS & WALLACE , Helena, Montana, Agents. dSm&wly-octli FOB SALE CHEAP. A BACKUS THREE-HORSE POWER WATER MOTER. Requires 40 pounds pressure. For full particulars FISK BR S. address d&wtf Helena. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HELENA. DESIGNATED DEPOSITOEY OF THE UNITED STATES. Paid up Capital,.......8100,000. Surplus and proflts-8100,000. S. T. HAUSER, m m m President. E. W. Knight, • • • Cashier. T. H. KLKINNdHNIDT, • Ass't Cash. We transact a General Banklnr Business, and Bay at Highest Rates, Gold Duet. Coin, Gold and Silver Bullion, and Local Securities; and sell Exchange and Telegraphic Tratten, available in all parts of the United States, the Canadas, Great Britain, Ireland, and the Continent. Collections made, and Proceeds remitted promptly. Board of Directors : 8. T. HAUSER, JOHN CURTIN, A. M. HOLTER, R. 8. HAMILTON. JNO. H. MINO, C. P. HIGGINS. GRANYILLE 8TUART, A. J. DAVIS T. K. KLEINSCHMIDT. dAwtf-raarS Lumber, LaM Shingles DOORS, Sash and Blinds. BUILDERS AND CABINET HARDWARE inechautc's and miner's Tools, Iron and feteel. Wrought Iron Pipe and Fitting, Belling and Parking, Hardwood, Horse 4c Ox Shoes. We have the beet assorted stock of Builders' Hard ware in the Territory, and with our improved Saw Mills and wood-working machinery, we can furnish everything necessary for the erection of buildings at re duce d rates. Glazed Sash shipped to all parts of the Ten - tory. AGENTS FOR The Leffel Wheel and Machiner?, augT-d&w)" fi.m.HOLTSR éc BRC. 1868. Established. 1868 SAX. 8CHAWB. ED. L ZIMMERMAN. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL NOS. 37 & 39 MAIN STfctnT, Helena,.......................Montana. THIS HOUSE IS CENTRALLY LOCATED AND THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS BRICK AND STONE HOTEL IN THE CITY. Charges Reasonable. NOT FATL to send H ■■ for OJr new price H K H H LIST More complete ■ JM ■ than ever. Contains descriptions of every thing required for perxotal or family 1000 Illustrations. Send nine cents for it. (Stamps will do. ) We sell all goods at wholesale prices in quantities to suit the pur chaser. The only institution ia America who * u 2J^.y?JÜÜ;* ,e l r s P**''lal business. Address, MONTGOMERY WAKI) <6 CO., ' »'ST St *29 Wabash Avt., Chicago, Ills. rw3m-octl6] MARBLE WORKS. KIRKALDIE A CARR. OM LOWER HAIN STREET. Having received from the State* a large shipment of th finest marble, we are now prepared to fill all orders for Tomb-tones, all sizes, both in Axnericar and Ital ian marble. Orders from all parta of the Territory promptly filled. wSm-jel» HOLIDAY GOODS! A HOST ELEGANT DISPLAY OF GERMAN, AND FRENCH, JAPANESE FANCY GOODS, Are now on Sale at our store, and offered at most Reasonable Prices; in fact, cheaper than the same or similar goods are sold in any house in Helena. Our stock of Black and C ored Silks, Cloaks, Dolmans, Shawls and Furs, will be sold at a Discount on our regular prices during the Holiday Season. SANDS BROS., Helena. RALEIGH & CLARKES, MAIN STREET French'and British Nov elties in Dress'Coods. Black and Colored Silks, Velvets and Velveteens. Alpacas, Mohairs and Cash 1 ' meres. White and Colored, Plain and Twilled Flannels. Plain and Fancy Colored Waterproofs Table Linen, Towels, Crash Doylies and Napkins. All Wool Cassimeres, Jeans, Cotton ades, etc. Fall Style Prints, Ginghams and Cheviots, Nubias, Hoods, Child's Sacques and Furs. Ladies' and Children's Hosiery, Underwear, etc. Shawls, Cloaks, Ulsters and Wraps, Lace Curtains, Window Holland & Fixtures, Carpets, Bugs, Oil Cloth and Matting, Comforters, White & Colored Ilank ets, etc., etc. raleichXclarices, Main Street. Arriving at Helena I eagerly sought ont the new store of Raleigh & Clarkes that I had heard eu much about, determined to see for myself (with a woman's curiosity,) their very beautiful and attractive stock of Dry Goods. Like the queen of ancient history I was ready to exclaim ; "The half has not been told me." In tbe first place I was greatly struck with the general appearance of the interior, which reminded me vividly of Dry Goods houses at my old home in the East. HaviDg plenty of time at my disposal I made a thorough exami nation of each department and was perfectly astonished at the very choice and extensive line of goods displayed. I was really delight ed with the extent and beauty of their Dress goods, which represented all the late and stylish fall fabrics as well as the standard mohairs, alpacas and cashmeres. The very polite salesman in this department showed me a most elegant line of black and colored silks while the prices of them were very low in deed. In llannels, repellants, woolens, table linens and white goods I was really amazed at the large stock carried, including all the different grades of these goods, and offered at prices so very reasonable tb*< * wouu--- j how Messrs. JRuJeigb & 0* tkcB could afford to sell at such a small margin of profit. I was shown a beauti/u/ line of ladies and children's hosiery both in plain and fancy colors, also a very nice assortment of ladies ana misses merino and muslin underwear. The notion department was filled to overflowing with handsome goods so necessary in each family and home, while .1 saw ever so many pretty little articles that delight tbe feminine eye. X would like to speak of their magnificent suit and cloak department, replete with latest New York and Parisan costumes ; of their lovely cloaks, ulsters and shawls, but space forbids. Suffice to say I exhausted both my time and pocket-book before leaving, while my pur chases were so very satisfactory that 1 did out wonder at the popularity and immense sales of this young house. I shall certainly recom mend Raleigh & Clarkes to all my friends that desire splendid goods, courteous treat ment and low prices.— Corrs. Times. During the fall and winter there will be hundreds of visitors to our ciiy from every county in tbe Territory, and as many of these would be pleased to see one of the most ele gant and complete mercantile establishments west of Chicago, they will of course call at the model dry goods store of Messrs. Kuleigh & Clarkes, on tbe west side of Main street. The new house is fitted up iu a style not sur passed by any of the Eastern cities with ten times our population, and is complete in every particular and in all its appointments. Ladies visiting this establishment will find anything and everything that may be needed and at such prices as will astonish them. Messrs. Raleigh & Clarkes announce that henceforth they are determined to sell their goods at lower prices than ever before offered in Montana, and that they will strictly adhere to this rule. Haring made extensive par chases this year at bottom figures, and hav ing secured the lowest rates of freight from New York to Helena, they are enabled suc cessfully to compete with Eastern houses, and give as good satisfaction. We com mend Messrs. Raleigh & Clarkes to the puof lie, and bespeak for them a liberal 9 hare the trade.— Evening Herald.