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1880 . BENTON P LINE, A MONTANA ENTEBPBISE! - t vv L îv-1 STEAMER f * fß Will leave Bismarck April 10. STEADIER eftr Pi e? Will leave Sioux City April 10. STEAMER C Ä9Ä CÄ9 Will leave Sioux City April 17. These well known Elegant, Fast and Commodious Missouri River Steamers will form a weekly line, ar riving at and departing from Fort Benton as near as can be Wednesday evening of each week during the boating season, making close connections with the Benton and Helena Stage Company, offering to pas sengers and shippers such facilities as cannot be com peted with for dispatch and comfort in traveling and transportation. For Freight or Passage, apply to T. C. POWER & CO., Helena, Montana. T. C. POWER & BRO., Benton, Montana. ISAAC P. BAKER, in Keokuk Northern Line Packet Co. 's office, bet. Olive and Locust sts., St. Louis. C. F. SPENCER, cor. LaSalle and Randolph streets, Chicago ; and to the OFFICERS. J. C. BARR, Gen. Agt......193 S. Water st, Chicago JNO. H. CHARLES, Supt..........Sioux City. Iowa. T. C. POWER, Manager............Helena, Montana. d9m&w3m-febl FIRST NATIONAL BAlISTK OF HELENA, DESIGNATED DEP0SIT0BY OF THE UNITED STATES. Paid up Capital«.......8100,000. Surplus and proflts-8121,000. 8.T. UAI SEH, ... President, E. W. Knight, ... Cashier T. H. KliEINSCHMI DT, - Ass't Cash. We transact a General Banklrg Business, and Buy st Highest Hates, Gold Dust, Coin, Gold and Silver 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. Board of Direotors ! i 8. T. HAUSER JOHN CURTIN, A. M. HOLTER, H. S. HAMILTON. JNO. H. MING, C. P. HIGGINS. GRANVILLE STUART, A. J. DAVIS T. E. KLEINSCHMIDT. d&wtf-msr* FOR SALE CHEAP. A BACKUS THREE-HORSE POWER ki \ .....^ 1 WATER MOTER Requires 40 pounds pressure, across dAwtf For full particulars FISK BR08. Helena. ie for ian . THE Boot and Shoe Boom ! WHY 1STOTP The Railroad is Within the Borders of Montana! OUR WHOLE COUNTRY IS IN A MOST PROSPEROUS CONDITION And the Spring Trade Opens Briskly at 6j CÄ9 l WHOLESALE em wgd *W3> Cl Ü5 & AND RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Be it Understood : My lar; East, and of goods, the laborer and his'wife. Those who need a Walking Shoes, Ladies' Kid Boots, Misses' an wear, should consult my stock and food, sound, sensible pair of Boots or ''hoes, Gents' or Ladies' i Children's Shoes or Slippers, or anythiug in the line of toot FAVORABLE PRICES. My system of having the same and only price for everybody, and never under any circumstances deviating therefrom, protects the Bnyer who is no judge of shoe leather or its value, and at once places her or him on the same level with the wisest merchant or the most favored purchaser. Those who come to "shop" receive the same courtesy and polite attention as those prepared to buy ; therefore, if your object s simply to get posted, come without any hesitation, and I will gladly give you all information desired. ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. The Oldest House in the Territory. Sign of the Big Boot. Main Street, Helena S. H. Kennedy's Mf g Co. MANUFACTURERS OF SHEEP DIPS. The Largest of the kind in the U. S. Please Examine the list of the different dips and prices, viz: Dissolyei Sulphur Dip. Price, *2 25 per gallon. This is equal to 30 lbs. the beet Company Sublime I equal to Sulphur. Concentrated Eitract of Tobacco Dip. Price, |2 75 a gallon. This is equal to 40 lbs. best Leaf Tobacco. Kon-Poisonons Dip, Price, $2 25 a gallon. This is my FAVORITE Dip, as it CURBS SCAB and can be used at any degree of strength with safety. Hemlock Poisonous Dip, Price, f2 25 a gallon, AND IS THE BEST POISONOUS DIP ÎN USE. Each gallon of these Dips WHI make enough for 225 Sheep after Shearing Put up in One and Five Gallon cans, with full direc tions for use. Pamphlets sent free to any address. Sold by all principal dealers in the U. S. S. H. KENNEDY 8 Mf g Co., Omaha, Neb. DAVIS db WALLACE, Helena, Montana, Agents. d3m&wly-oct!6 GENEVA NURSERIES, Geneva, N. Y.; W. AT. Smith, Propre.; Established 1846. Five hundred acres in cultivation of Fruit and Orna mental Trees, Roses, Shrubs, etc. A complete assort ment of Dwarf apple, Pear, Plum and Cnerry, which commence bearing the second year after planting and being extremely hardy are very valuable for the North J. A GOODHUE, JOHN RU8H, Jr. Ag'ts. dAwtf-angSf MARBLE WORKS. KIRKALDIE A CARR. OlV LOWER MAIN STREET. Having received from the States a large shipment of ie linen marble, we are now prepared for Tombstones, all sizes, both in American and Ital ic fill all orders ian marble, solicited. Orders from all parts of the Territory w8m-jel9 Lumber, Lath & Shingles DOORS, Sash and Blinds. BUILDERS AM) CABINET m sm HARDWARE mechanic'« and miner's Tool«, iron and Steel, Wrought Iron Pipe and Fitting, Belting and Packing, Hardwood, Horse Sc Ox Shoe*» We have the best 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 reduced rates. W" Glazed Sash shipped to all parts of the Terr - tory, AGENTS FOR The Leffel Wheel and Machinery angT-dtwl" A. W. HOWTEK Sc BBf. 1868. Established. 1868 SAM. SCHAWB. ED. I. ZIMMERMAN. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL NOS. 37 & 39 MAIN STki.iT, Helena,.......................Montana. THIS HOUSE IS CENTRALLY LOCATED AND THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS BRICK AND STONE HOTEL IN THE CITY. Charges Reasonable. ^ HOLIBAY GOOBS! 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. Ourstockof Black and CfMored Silks, Cloaks, Dolmans, Shawls and Furs, will be sold at a Discount on our regular prices during the Holiday Season. SANDS BBOS., Helena. GLOVES. (PATENTED JUNE 1T.TH, 1878), FOR SÄLE EY Raleigh k Clarkes, ^ ^ TOGETHER WITH THE TREFOUSSE, ALEXANDRE, MIGNON, And other Celebrated .flakes* 1880. siPiR/Xnsro-. lsso. Ladles" Suits. Spring Ulsters VERT NICE AND STYLISH, j AND CIBCULABS, -IN PLAIN AHD TAM COLOHWp* 0 ' And Materials, JUST RECEIVED. Very Richly Trimmed, Beautiful Beaded Fichus, Etc., Etc., JUST RECEIVED. LADIES --WILL FIND New Ties, New Fichues, uSTew Ribbons, NEW GOODS DAILY, ^ © VV Gloves, From this day forward, at our Establishment. ÎSTew Buttons, ; — ISTew Kuching, j WE SHALL S,I0RTLY ExmB,T — A mammoth Assortment BRETONNE, LANGUEDOC, TORCHON, > U U POINT D'ESPRIT, AND RUSSIAN ' J IN EL ^ CH DEPARTMENT, i Selected personally by our Mr. Raleigb, LACES, JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES. RALEIGH & CLARKES. : RALEIGH & CLARKES.