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1880 . BENTON P UNE. A MONTANA ENTERPRISE f x m STEAMER Will leave Bismarck April 10. STEAMER tm « elsM cM§3* Will leave Sioux City April 10. STEAMER fife <1*9 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'f rom 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<few3m-febl FIRST NATIONAL b^aistk: OF HELENA. DESIGNATED DEPOSITOBY OF THE UNITED STATES. Paid up Capital........8100,000. Surplus and proflts-8121,000. ■8. T. HAUSER, ... President, C. W. Knight, ... Caahler. T. H. KLEINNCHMIDT, • AmHOmIu We transact a General Banking Business, and Buy *t Highest Bates, Gold Dust Coin, Gold and Silver Bullion, and Local Securities ; and sell Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers, available in all parte of the United States, the Canadas, Great Britain, Ireland, and the Continent, Collection* made, and Proceeds remitted promptly. Board of Directors : 8. T. HAUSER JOHN CURTIN, A. M. HOLTEK, R. S. HAMILTON. JNO. H. MING, C. P. HIGGINS. GRANVILLE STUART, A. J. DAŸI8 T. E. KLEINSCHMIDT. t d&wtf-mar6 FOB SALE CHEAP. A BACKUS THREE-HORSE POWER WATER MOTER Requires 40 pounds pressure. For full particulars •drees FISK BROS. Helena. address dAwtf THE Boot and Shoe Boom! WHY NOT? The Railroad is Within the Borders of Montana! OUR WHOLE COUNTRY IS IN A MOST PROSPEROUS CONDITION And the Spring Trade Opens Briskly at Md b « WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORE Be it Understood : I confine myself to no particular gTade or «tyle of goods, but carry----- -----,---1--- „ r the laborer and his wife. Those who need a good, sound, sensible pair of Boots or Whoes, Gents] or Ladies' My large and well «elected stock of Boots and Shoes was bought before the re'ent great advance in the East, and I am selling at a very small margin of profit. I confine myself to no particular grade or «tyle ' ' t carry them alL Hence, both in style and price, I can please the b inker and wife as well as nd his wife. Those who need a good, sound, sensible pair of Boots or Hhoes, Gents' or Ladies' Walking Shoes, Ladies' Kid Boots, Misses' and Children's Shoes or Slippers, or anylhiug in the line of foot wear, should consult my stock and FAVORABLE PRICES. My system of having the «ame an<f only price for everybody, and never under any circumstances deviating therefrom, protects the buyer 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 glad'y give you all information desired. ORDERS BY MAIL ftl ru RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. The Oldest House in the Territory. . Sign of the Big Boot. Main Street, Helena. S. H. Kennedy's Nlfg Co. KAOTFACTTRXBS OP SHEEP DIPS. The Largest of the kind in the U, S. Please Examine the list of the different dips and prices, viz: Company Dissolved Sulphur Dip, Price, S3 26 per gallon. This is equal to 30 lbs. the best Sublime Sulphur. Concentrated Eitract of Tobacco Dip. Price, |2 75 a gallon. This is equal to 40 lbs. beet Leaf Tobacco. Non-Poisonons Dip, Price, fS 26 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, |2 26 a gallon, AND IS THE BEST POISONOUS DIP IN USE. Each grail on 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. 8. 8. H. KENNEDTSMfg Co., . Omaha, Neb. DAVIS 4 WALLACE, Helena, Montana, Agents. d3mJfcwly-octlfi GENEVA NURSERIES, Geneva, N. Y.; W. AT. Smith, Propra.; Established 1846. Five hundred acres In cultivation at Fruit and Orna mental Trees, Boms, Shrub*, etc. A complete assort ment of Dwarf apple, Pear. Plum and Cherry, which commence bearing the second year af ter planting and being extremely hardy are very valuable for the North J. A. GOODHUE. JOHN RUSH, Jr. Ag'ta. d&wtf-augSf_ MARBLE W ORKS. KIRKALDIEjA CARR. SR LOVER MAIN STREET. Haring received frcm the 8tatee a large shipment of the linen marble, we are now i for Tomb* tones, all sixes, both in American ana Ital ian marble. Orden from all parts of the Terrtfbry marble, we are now prepared to fill all nrden th in American and Itai B Terrifbi solicited. w8m-jel» Lumber, Lath & Shingles DOORS, Sash and Blinds. BUILDERS AND CABINET HARDWARE Mecbaulc'i and miner** Tools, Iron and Steel, Wrought Iron Pipe and Fitting, Belting and Packing, Hardwood, Horse & Ox Shoes* We bare 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 re duce d rates. W Glazed Sash shipped to all parts of the Ten • tory, AGENTS FOR The Leffel Wheel and Maohinerv. augT-d&wl" A. RI. HOLTER & BRf. 1888. Established* 1868 SAM. SCHAWB. ED. I. ZIMMERMAN. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL NOS. 37 à 39 MAIN STK&iiT, Helena,.......................Montanas THIS HOUSE IS CENTRALLY LOCATED AND THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS BRICK AND STONE HOTEL IN THE CITY. Charges Reasonable. )S iv (patented junk 187S.) FOR SALE BY y Raleigh & Clarkes, TOGETHER WITH THE TBEFOUSSE, ALEXANDRE, MIGNON, And other Celebrated Make*. 1880- SPRING. 1880. Ladies 7 Suits, ! Spring Ulsters VERY NICE AND STYLISH, - EN - AND CIRCULARS, PLAIN AND FANCY COLORING: ELEG ^L^ MA ^' And Materials, i Beautiful Beaded Fichus, Etc., Etc., JUST RECEIVED. JUST RECEIVED. New Ties, 1 LADIES New Fichues, [ —will find— New Ribbons, j NEW GOODS DAILY, jN^T(jrlO'V'eSj From this day forward, at our Establishment. New Buttons, WE SHALL SHORTLY EXHIBIT New Etching. ; ^ Assor(mwlt IN EACH DEPARTMENT, Selected personally by our Mr. Raleigh, -AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES. BRETONNE, LANGUEDOC, TORCHON, > POINT D'ESPEIT, AND RUSSIAN LACES, JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS AT RALEIGH & CLARKES.jRALEIGH & CL ARKES . We are offering a fetv T hundred pairs of REAL ALEXANDER Two Button Kid Gloves at 75 cents, same as those advertised and sold by other houses at $1 25. Have also placed on sale a large assortment of the GENUINE ALEXANDRE Kid Gloves, each pair bearing the well known trade-mark of A. T. S. & Co., at the very low price of 81 75 per pair. m » ik n OSD o: so We have now open and are daily adding to our Elegant dis play of READY-MADE SPRING GARMENTS, WRAPS, k LADIES' DRESSES in great variety from a Genteel Inex pensive Walking Suit to an Elaborate Costume, gotten up in the LATEST PARISIAN STYLE, of the Newest Materials and Combinations. Elegant Dolmans AND FICHUS, Some Neatly and others Elegantly Trimmed in Lace, Bugle and Passamantarie. Handsome and Nobby Walking Jackets. Newest Styles in Ulsters and Circulars.. Ulsters for Misses and Children. Ladies' Wrappers In Calico Percale and Woolen Materials. Elegant Neck-wear, Ruchings and Spring Novelties. SPECIAL SALE OF KID CLOVES! BOO Pairs of REAL ALEXANDER Two Button Kid Cloves in Choice Colors, at the Unprecedented Low Price of $ 1 . 26 . Ladies will find New Attractions Daily, and in a few days we will begin to receive our heavy Spring Shipments which are in transit, and when open will comprise th? Largest and most Attractive Stock ever Exhibited in Helena. Our Prices will be found fully aa Attractive as our Stock. SANDS BROS., HELENA.