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HELENA MARKET REPORT.
ATIIOLEKALE «lOTATIOXS. Helena, A I. T., Oetolier 13,1880. s I < ; a r—B elchers, per sack of 100 lbs., brown $14, '<•: C, $15; A, $15.50; Belcher's Granulated, 816. Syrups. —Belchers Golden; 5*s, 86; 10's. Sll ; by «•ase, ^ gals., 87 50; 1 gals., 87; Manhattan, 5 gal. kg., 86 50; do. ten-gal cans, $15; maple syrup, $2 25 per gal. Coffee —Old Government Java 33; Old Gov. Java Fancy 45; Rio choice 24®30; Costa Rica, 25e; Roast, 35e ; Ground Java, 40® 50; Mocha, 45. Tea —M & M 55(0:60; Castle Bros 55(5 60; WP <fc Co., 55@60; Imperial 60®81 ; Young Hyson 60® 90; Gun Powder. 65® $1 25. Candles—S tar, 40ft lioxes 87 50; stearic acid 20 1b. ljoxes 84 50 ; 40 lb boxes $8 50; stearic wax, 20 ft bx., 84 50. Soap—S chaeffer's 85 50 per box ; Kirk's Extra Family, 85 50; White Russian 88 per box; Castile, mottled, r* ft 25®30c; Castile White French V ft, 40(o 50; American family, par box, 86. Coal Oil, in 5 gal cans—Elaine, 150 fire test, 50c ; Royal Daylight 45e; Livingston's 110 test, 40c; Head Light 150 lire test, 50c. Blasting Powder—$ 4 75 per 25ft keg. Fuse —Water Proof $10 per M. Tobacco, Chewing — Fine Cut 80e: Cable Twist, •sale; Gold Block, L. P„ 75®80e; Black Navy 50®6O; Bonnie Bouche 67c; Hold Fast 80c. Tobacco, Smoking —Virginity $110; Game Cock, 60; Emit and Flowers 80; Durham 75; Vanity Fair H 30. Hams —Montana 20c; States (new) 17. Bacon —Montana IS; States, 15c; States, Break fast, 10c. Lard— 17c. Salt—G round Alum 6c; Ashton Dairy 6j/îe. liquors. Soar Mash Straight Whiskey, per gal., $2 50® $6, according to age; French Brandy, $5®8; Sherry Wine, $3(a5; Port wine, $3®:5; Angelica wine, 82. 50? California grape brandy, 81 50; Gin, $3®'4 50; Milwaukee and St. I amis beer per dozen (quarts) 81 75 ; Montana beer $3 10. SUNDRIES. Matches $5 50 per ease; Zante currants, 14c; Dried pitted cherries, 28c; Boneless codfish, 15c; Dried California peaches, 20@25; Dried Utah peaches, 20c ; Dried pitted plums, 27@30c; Prunes, 16® 20; French prunes 30c; Alden apples 25c; Al den raspberries, 40; Dried blackberries, 22c; Oat meal. 9c; Concentrated lye, $7 per case ; California can goods per case, $9 50; Jellies, 89 50; Jams, $9 50; Can tomatoes, 31b., per case, 86 50® 7; Can corn, S3 50® € 30 ; Field oysters, 86 50 ; IXL oysters, 88 50 ; Rice, 14c; Hominy, 8c; Navy beans, 8bCe; Bayo beans, 8 1 .®? ; butter beans, 12*.<jC. PRODUCE. Flour, Thomas' extra, $6; Patent 85 50; XXX$3 50; Choice XXX $4 ; XX $2 20; Buckwheat flour, 10c; Graham flour $4; Corn Meal, Montana, 6^; States 0V£; Pearl corn met) 1 8c; Wheat 82 75; Oats, 82.; Barley, $1 50® $2 50. , Bran and shorts, $1 50; Hay >18; Butter rol's 40; Eggs, ranch, 40. fuel. Wood $5 50 per cord. Cogl, 812 per ton. FIRST NATIONAL BANK -WK Desfgnare«! Depository of III«* l'nited NtateK. Paid up Capital - - $100,000 Surplus and Profits $ 121,000 S. T. I 1 hum i i', K. tV. Kuigltf. I'. H. K. tfinsrliinidl. Pr«**itl«*nt <'a*lii«*r Asm. Cash. We transact a General banking business, and buy at the highest rates gold dust, coin, gold and silver Bullion, and local securities; mid sell oxtHiange and Telegraphic Transfers available in all parts of the United States, the Canadas, Great Britain, Irc tand, and the continent. 4 edleetions made and tin* proceeds remitted promptly. mar<> Board «»I Director*. T. H A l SKK, J OH N CURTJ N. A. M. HOLTER, K. S. HAMILTON JNO. H. MING, C*. P. HIGGINS, GRANVILLE STUART, A. J. DAVIS. T. JL KLEINSCHMIDT, d&wtf A. BIRKENFELD. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES. I Living secured most of my goods before the ad vance of prices, 1 am enabled to sell all of my stock as low and lower than ever. All kind of Guns will be sold at and below eata iefcwe prices, and Cartridges at Whole **le and Vt«*faf I at a very small margin. • the following named articles I alwavs keep in stock : W in«*k«**U*r KIM«**, model ]S70. 45 ««libre •*> grains powder, with straight shell. W fn«*hr*t«*r Ktfl«**. model 1873. ll»lehl«i«sA Winchester Express Biffes. Burg«*** Repeating Rifles. Sharp'* Target, Sporting. Business and Hun ters' Rifles. I . N. A «*«*«11«* Gun*. 30calibre, (real) 2-bandcd. Parker'*. H«>iniiigl«m'* and liugllMh breech-loading sbotguus ; muzzle-loading .shot guns, of lwist ami Iamiinated steel barrels. . ant I **®eltet Pi*t«l*. of different makes, in single and double action. $ irld G la**«**, shot, powder and caps. U. M. « . paper, brass and nickel-plated shotgun shell« canvas covers, etc. AIM*. on hand, a full stock of Confectionery« fruits. Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Pocket fntlerv I oys, Notions, ete. «»»uiitrv Order* Kolirfted und Kati*la<* *i*n <4u«runl«M*d. AID. BIRKEN'FBIjD, MAlX STRFWT. HHLENV «I UnArwt ni-mvl" ; THE Boot and Shoe Boom WHY Y O T :> The Railroad is Within the Borders of Montana ! Our Whole Country is in a Most Prosperous Condi tion, and Trade is Brisk. NICK MILLEN S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE STORE. BE IT UNDERSTOOD : My large and well selected stock of Boots and Shoes was bought before the recent advance in the East, and 1 am selling at a very small margin of profit. I confine myself to no particular grade or style <>f goods, but carry them all. Hence, both in style and price, I can please the banker and wife as well as the laborer and his wife. Those who need a good, sound, sensible pair of Boots or Shoes, Gents' or La dies' AValking Shoes, Ladies' Kid Boots, Misses' and children's Shoes or slippers, or anything in the line of foot wear, should consult my stock and FAVORABLE PRICES. My system of having the same and only price for everybody, and never, under anv circumstances deviating therefrom, protects the buyer, who is no judge of shoe leather or its value, and at once places tion 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 Special Dip for Scab! After twelve years' practical experience we have succeeded in producing A REMEDY FOR SCAB at any season of the HKE Year or any stage of the disease. It i* sale l«> u*<* Ht Huy decree of*« r«*ngl h and will Not Injure the Sheep or th<* Workmen in Dipping-. It th«»r- j «»uglily <*l«*auw«** lit«* p«-lt and promote« The Growth of Wool. It «*radi<*Ht«** seal* w ith two dipping-* at interval* oflhreeor foardaya. Thi* Dip i* convenient for u*e. a* it only require* to be dilut«Hi w ith hot water to the «le Hired eou*i*tenc.v. The Cheapest and only Reliable Remedy for K-ab on the Market. K. H. Kennedy** Kanlarluring Co.. DAVIS & WALLACE. Agents, Helena. 3C«mfana. d3m Aw ly -oet 16 HR ÆPWXK MIT FA II. to Mna r, ' r <*ur Frle« UM for W 1680 . 1 km lo any res* upon an »•'L-ation. Contai u« description* WKÊÊKKm I ti in« required for ... per*on»l or fa rally n*e with «vor 1 *00 Illusfi-atiot». W« *«D *i! foods »t wholtMi« prices In quMitttes to «ut» *h« purchaser. The only institution to America who make this their «pcial imnlness. Addreaa. GENEVA NURSERIES, GENEVA, N-.-T. l!*tHbli*hed 1*1«. W. & T. SMITH, Proprietors. Five hundred acres in cultivation. Send for our Now Descriptive Catalogue of Did and New Varieties of Fruit. Ornamental Trees. Rose Shrubs, ete.. to J. A. GOODHUE, Gf*n. Agent, wl f- n I y 28 1 1 Elen-a t >i. t. Lumber, Lath & Shingles SASH & BLINDS. Builders' and Cabinet of h j j 1 HARDWAEE. M«*ehHui«**' and Miner*' Tool*. Iron and M«*«*l, W ronght Iron l*ip<* and Fit tinir. Belting and Packing. Hardwood. Horse and Ox Shoes. We have the best assorted stock of Builders' Hardware in the Territory, and with our improv«-d Saw Mills and wood-working machinery, we can furnish everything necessary for the erection of buildings at reduced rates. Glazed Sash shipped to all parts of the Terri tory. AGENTS FOR The LefTei Wheel and Machinery. AugT-d&wW A. 31. HOLTER & BKO. 1868 . Established. 1888 . SAM. SCHAWB. El). 1. ZIMMERMAN. COSMOPOLITAN HOTEL, Nos. 37 & 39 MAIN STREET, ZZEIjIINA, m. t. This House is centrally local«*! and the only tir-t «•La*.* Brick and Stone Hotel in the city. wtf-jyJ2 CHARGES BEL4.80N.ABLE. RALEIGH & CLARKES W E INVITE the attention of the Trade to the fact that OUR WHOLESALE DEPART MENT is imsuallv full and complete. | p H 1 V j\S denims cheviots We keep all the Standard and Lead- TICKS, DRILLS, CASSlMEKEs, • p ? • T-v i• n ■ l , j \ AliNS, DUCKS, l AMBKICS mg Brands m Domestics, freight! ; FLANNELS, CRASHES, BLANKETS. considered, our prices compare veryj BROWN AND BLEACHED cottons. favorably with Eastern quotations. BATTS, Etc., Err.. Ere. RALEIGH & CLARKES, w E WILL shortly exhibit a very RALEIGH & CLARKES, extensive line of Fall Novel ties in DRESS GOODS, NUBIAS, SKIRTS, HOSIERY, NOTIONS,) Ete, Etc. Fall and Winter Styles of) Ladies' & Misses'SUITS, CLOAKS, BOOTS andSHOES DOLMANS, SHAWLS, Etc., Etc., at much below former prices. AT WHOLESALE 0ÜLY. W E PROPOSE redoubling all former efforts'this Season to retain and increase our already large Jobbing Trade, and will offer such inducements in Variety, Quality and Price as to merit the attention of all close buyers. Orders promptly and carefully attended to. We have the Largest, Cheapest and Rest line of BOOTS A SHOES ever offered in the Territory. Possess ing extraordinary facilities, we are enabled to greatly undersell all com petitors. Merchants are earnestlv requested to compare our Goods and Prices, and thereby save money. RALEIGH & CLARKES SANDS BROS cum m mum, NEW GOODSi NEW GOODS I wttp otf «• « «1 • NL\V GOODS >> 'rtL attention to thcirij^j^y (lOODS opening of advance 6liip-!^LW GOODS : . NEW GOODS ments of new and desirablejNEW GOODS Fall LÂSiu* mmi E will this season make a specialty of ready-made garments, are now exhibiting W If 6 iroous. latest stvloJ^W GOODS; * ,■ , , j^atest GOODS' a ,1Ile Cashmere jik! f f V* v / \ y A f g ) I in Dolmans, Cloaks, Circti-'NEW GOODS Combination Suits of ele"'ant AT AT AT .bars, Ulsters, etc. I -N house furnishing goods we carry the Duzest As sortment of Body Tapestry, Three-Ply, I narrai ii and AT AT AT AT AT AT AT Cottage Carpets; Curtains, Shades, Cornices, Table linens, napkins,bed-spreads and everything pertaining to this department. SANDS BROS SANDS BROS SANDS BROS SANDS BROS SANDS BROS SANDS BROS [SANDS BROS SANDS BROS SANDS BROS SANDS BROS design,and at reasonable prices* ! _________________ sms MODS. I N our Dress Goods Depart ment will be found all the latest fabrics, in Silks, Velvet and Worsted Stuffs, for dress as well as trimming purposes. Elegant fringes and passameu teries, Rea land Imitation laces and the newest fancy articles of the season. i)nmül.u, ea pu»tJÎ" 11 . ?! ^ ,ctMlIn K most reliable brands of ! e 8 ns ' t, 0 ,hsa,,,, eioaklngs. An examination of onr eoods and prices Is respectfolb solicited. SANDS BROS.