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IS N KW ORLEANS.
"PE RLE Y" PAYS A y'Si* JO
WORLD'S EXPOSITION.
THE
ÿ scursion »d " *»di liigtou (
I., Il*«- Cre«-ent (Ify—On the
Tl,,. place d , ArMw-'T.alla|| wr H
The Wlrcets —The llu||,||„ e ».
[N«-\. « »rle.ins Cor. Boston Budget]
ln .lu- finie, and punctually on tune, w»
.„t-r-l N.-« Orleans, ani left the car» m
w i,iiü »< Lad *s» luxuriously travel«*! f or
( ,rt% «t, i* ln>ur> anJ forty minute«. \
• ! . .
,I „1 taking ■ arkt we were »oun quartered at
h,* st. * ourles hotel This 14 one of a noted
in,* tt- 'f tune.honored hoetelrie-, the
. i four U*iii^ tho Treraont at Boston, the
\.t r. ut New York, the Exchange, at
I m ml. aixl the Burnet, at Cincinnati.
; ... original St. Charles was built in lSVl
jii.i burned down in 1851. It was rebuilt in
I» ,J. the hou«e and furniture costing isuo..
• . and it «as, until the war. the winter
residente of the most wealthy cotton an
,ugar plantera of the Gulf states, who
■ attended by their slave «»rvants, and
eh ire 1 t » seiend th**ir money lavishly.
riM-ii came the war of the rebellion, and tho
St < bar le. was successively the headquar
ter f th <• who wore tho gray and this)
who wore the blue.
The !>ar receipt« at the 8 t. Charles are not
•v .-f irth of what they were before the
ear. there are fewer drives over the shell
r 11 to njoy breakfa-t at the restaurants
tue shore of the br ad lake in the rear of
ti..- city, aud gambling is not*» unblushingly
: irn—1 on But thoughtful-l<M»king men,
»i my of tLein with that erect carriage and
i-vrtniried step only acquire»! in uniform,
a: t Is* 11 at tbeexchang»*,or the counting
r in> r on the broad sloping w harf dam
\» li h.- p. the Mississippi river from over
t' ixuig th*- city, and on which are stacks of
»i.g-i! Ind c tton in sheds with other m«*r
chundlS-*.
<• a-rally a river t*rnk slopes down, but
her * it -lopes up, and the surface of the
xx it»*r 1 -, I should judge, three feet above
tic* level >f tie* streets. On the l**vee. as this
nil<ankment is called, i- a territile hub
ol> Carts and drays, each drawn by two
11 .u>s driven tandem, croak along under
!. uvy loads or are driven quickly when
empty. Kiags of different nations fi >at from
t. • mast-heads of the ships in the river, and
j illy tar. are to be s»*eii enjoying them
• elves on shore. Groups of business men
,c livers»* with an animation and a flexible
uit »nation js-ouliar to the Creole», who, by
ti.** way, are the native L lui-ianans, the
l—l endants of the early French settlers,
»'m n**v**r fancied being sold with their city
by Na|ioleon the Great to the Americans,
and who pride theiiiscive- on their descent
as do the May flower families of Massachu
setts, or the Virginians who trace back to
i'oeahontas.
The Place d' Armes, between the cathedral
end th** rn ci\ recalls the cities of France or
of Knain, xxith glorious t»l«l trees which
shaded Governor O'Reilly', that gallant oi l
Hibernian Castilian whose chivalry lias lieen
reproduce I ill his descendant, the poet-exii
t ir of IkKtou. Crossing the square to wor
ship 111 th * cat!.* irai, th * doors of which are
always o|»*n, one -ees the graceful Creole
demoiselle«. with their tropical faces and
targe, dreamy eyes with long, silken lashes;
c irs*'» - dames, with th»*ir market tr.-kets;
old negro \x . 111 ** 11 , with their heads orn.i
meat«**! xxith Madras plaid handkerchiefs;
l«»»r men 111 rags and tatt.*rs; all turn
ing from the busy walks of life to
kneel before the sacred shrine, and th *re to
n*js-at their Hail Mary« un i Paternosters.
In this square, for many a year, a huge old
iron cannon wa* tired every night, as a cur
few warning to all descendants of Africans
that tfc-jr must ha-ten h une, or they would
b»? locket up in the calaboose with the mat
inal choice tie tween line and Hogging. Those
«lays have pawed, but the cathedral bells
jangle the quarter and half hours and strike
the hours, xvhile the old creoles cluster
within their sound, and rarely resale where
they cannot be heard. .
Having paid my duty visit to the old
Plact* d Arme-, always an interesting louug
mg-piace, 1 -tarte I lor the—let me tor once
give it its title — "World'« Industrial and Cot
ie are al
ways hm U . m waiting attbeSt. Charles, the
hor-es having the appearance of being
fed like chameleons, on air, but as tbe
streets arc either bally paved or unpav««d,
carnage riding 1 « a torture and street-cars
are generally used. They are ratUr primi
tive affairs of tbs "bob tail" [«'.torn, each
one drawn by a mule of melancholly aspect,
and driven by a man who au-wvr to the
liante of ••Gallagher.'' When a car is
crowded men immediately ari-e to give a
wat to any woman w ho may get in, whether
»he be a wrinkled old darkey wearing a
laix*d calico gown and a large xvhite »untxm
net, or a handsome young damsel fashiona
bly arrayed. So soon as she is -cat«*.l some
one cries. "G > ahead, Gallagher!'' I'ben the
driver gives the mule a cut with In* whip,
to which the l**ast responds by waving bis
'oug ears about and gently kicking up, then,
straightening out in his harness, he goes
ahead "Gallagher" not ouly drives,
but »reps a lookout for passengers,
makes change, and sees that each
passenger de|Hisits a nickte in the box.
A few of the principal str«?ets of New Or
lean- are paved w ith stone, brought hern
from a distance, but nearly ull of them are
uiipaved—mud streets, they call them—and
in the winter they are so many seri«*» of
quagmire*. There can be no sewerage ex
cept on the surface, and each side of the
roadway 1 - bordered by a wide gutter xxith
plank »Kies, in which is dirty, stagnant
water, often covered with a gre n scum or
diversified by small islands of garbage.
The hot sun, shining <>u this Hunting fringe
of tilth, gene rat *s o«lors equal to those of
the city of Cologne, and suggests epidemics.
I notice 111 tbe newajoqssra, however, a
movement for cleaning the streets mid gut
t»*rs. and one broad avenue is now being
covered with asphalt The hou-«s in the
thickly-inhabited ports of the city are gen
erally built of brick, each one having its
broad, second-story porch, or ' gallery." as
they ai a called here.
Passing the stately monumint to Gen.
Robert E. l«ee, the idol of the south, the
hou-e-are villas of wood, each «mo sur
rounded bv its smooth, green lawn, in
which are flower 1*»»E gay with colored ver
lena- and j rtulocas white, cluster, climb
ing roses and colored honeyauckl.** were
trained over doorways and summer hou-e<,
ami there were large bushes of pomegran
ates, olean 1er- nn«l tigs, with magnolia and
t
of th»* «eene Going out a long ways with
these H *xx, r-e .-brine l villa* on either hand,
each one having its rain-water cisterns out
of «i s»r-, ne for each story, piled up one
also* the other, our "Gallagher" 'eft u*
with his null«*. nn*l we were hau 1 d the rest

utal nickel w-as de
ited in a citv jiark on
ippi river, which xvas
n un 1 **r Mpanish and French
r, with stately
k-. Mid thi re are two or three
i There are sevjn buildings
lie largest one covering thirty-three
f ~r« und. Then there are the gov
t buildtng. the horticultural hnll. the
1 building, th ■ art gallery, the cot
innilati n building and the livestock
!
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For
this
a suppléa*
maw
M
Th
e exp
•siticm 1» lot
the 1
»«nk •
•f tbe Missis
nn ol
«! pin
ntatioa mi l<
rule.
It
i- ns level a
live-»*
il lake
stable*.
The poxver 1 » furnislv
» 1 bv tw«*nty
£iganti
o -t«*.ir.i enf^n«**, furaicl
;iii , in all 4.
2UU hoi
r»*-power.
c\ r\ *
Hie Fualll««le of G«
»sip.
{.Uciiison > Kan.) Cham)
,»ion.|
Mrs.
H«*l. si L Copel lias wi
thJravm from
Plea-« n town OL a erv er. In her vale
: >ry -he *«y-: As the editor and bante
H d a nevv-pHi*; !uy Ihisîik w is
men than with aoinen, an i iny
•lo'ie auecearfully, must bo done
i:. If 1 do not follow the U'aten
isiness must suffer. If 1 do tuy
work Ukoa man i am made the subject«»f such
a c ontinual fu-illade of malicious gossip that
1 choose to abandon a profitable business
rath, r than ls*ar it any longer.
manager
more xxith
work, to l
as men d<
jiath the li
The I.ate Commodore Garris®*
With tin* d>-ath of the man wh***® portrait
Is given above, a famous and »-ventful life
! clos«sl. He was one of New York city- - liest
; know n citizens, «me of the old type of busi
- ness m«*u win» gave her financial and com
! men ial renow n. He was somewhat such a
chara<*t»*r as old Commodore Vanderbilt, aud
obtain«*«! his wealth in similar marine and
river nitorprinn Ho wa-. however, a man
of more genial, kindly nature than th* other
Cornelius.
Commodore Garrison was o' genuine old
Knickerbocker blood. He was born near
West Point, March l, ISO.*. Then* were five
br* there in the family, one obier and three
I J'ouiiger than Cornelius. All powwsed alike
h -pleadid physical frame and strong, dear
brains. It is r markable that all became
millionaire . The otb**r four brothers
are yet living. Abraham, the eldest,
is now pa-t HO years old. For 3** years be
lias been an iron manufacturer in Pittsburg.
There will hanlly be found anywhere else
a family all of whose members were*» mar
vel. nisly nun i .o d u l, and all of whan lived tc
su« - h a gisul old age. The commodore s «on,
It will 1« reiii»*mliere»l. was kille 1 in 1883 on
the I/.ng Brauch rnilroa 1. in th** same acci
d.*ntin which Gen. Grant received a shock
aiel a shaking up Previ'ius to that time
the commodore said there had not lieen a
death in his family for 73 year».
'A
X#
A
c ir.NEI.r s KENsDIliTOS OARRWOJf.
Garri •> i- mo.her had him educated for an
in-n •. an I builder. H*> us«sl his knoxv
le»lg • in building st«*amb >at s. He was c ap
tain of the Convoy <*n the Mississippi many
years ng *. An enraged [«— nger on«*.* tired
a pisti l *»r him. It refus**.! to p * «iff Ca|iL
Garri»» m »smlly open»*»l a drawer in his »l»>sk,
and handed the fellow some fre-h |»'mission
ta [is
"Try some new i-ajis," said h«'. "your's
d> lit s«s in to Is* go.si."
The incident made tli»* angry man bis
friend for lift*. The same iron nerve char
act«*riz>sl th-* c»Niim«slore through lit.*, and
gooil fortune attend««l 1rs undertakings.
From the very first be amn-s -1 money.
When gold was «Recovered in < ulifornia be
e-tabli-h «1 a banking house at Panama, but
gave it upiin being offer.sl [*ay . i .<s',,o.N) a
year a» Sun Francisco manager .*f the
Nb'iiragua Steamship 1 in«*. I!.* ha«l not
b*.*n in San Francisco more ihaji *ix months
till, with his usual good luck, lr* woseletted
mayor of (he city. A funmus mayor h<*
xxa-, putting down with an ir«>n hand ^ml>
ling hous«*s and Sunday theatre-. ■ rgainzmg
public sch«N>ls, building school house* and
anting benevolent plans. The Friscons
point with pride to him to this day.
At tlie age «if ö! be returned b* New Y«>.-k,
already a millionaire. Fr< m that time on
he lix-tsl in that city till his sudden d*ath
from |iai alysis of tin* heart, Max* 1. H«* xvas
engage l constantly in stapemtuus railway,
•teamship and other enterprin*-. *huv C«nn
iuodore Van«! -rbilt owed him several million
d »liars. He s«*nt a check f«*r tbe {riucipal
without the interest. A f«*'v day- later Gar
rison walked into Vanderbilt's oftW and
asked f«ir the interest due.
* - Wbat will you do if you don't get itf
a-k.-d old Cornelius, w ith a grin. Garrison
at i in«-«* cl.-se 1 the door aa I lock.d it.
"I'll sh«iw y«*u wliat I'll do." he an
b were i.
But xvhat lie «li«l do uo mortal knows.
Neither of the two men would ever tell, but
at the end of t»-u minutes <»arris >n walked
•nit of the office with a check for the full
aim mat.
He married for his second wife Miss Ran
dall, when he xvas *«5 years oki an«l she 35.
He settled 5800,0)0 on her. It is needless to
sax that they lived very happily.
Finally, Commodore Garris» >n coukl not
abide a man who wore a red cravat or w ho
parted bis hair in the middle.
l.ab<»«i«-liere*# " War" Plat».
|I»ndon Tmth 1
l»et us ami Russia each appoint au en
gineer officer, entirely unconnecte«i with
either India or with central Asia; let Ger
many appoint a third enRin.yar officer, and
let the three draw a frontier between Af*
ghanistan ami Russia, l»a-el upon ethnologi
cal, rtratogk'al, and sensible grounds, and
let «h*, two «-ountries abide by this frontier
line
Vegf)table Sicilian
HAIR RENEWER
wax the first preparation perfectly adapted t *
cure tiiaeax«** of tbe scalp, ami the first su -
cessful restorer of faded or gray hair to it*
natural color, growth, and youthful beauty.
It has had mauy imitators, but none have -<>
fully met all the requirements needful for
the proper treatment of the hair and scalp.
Hall's Hair Kunuxvuk has steadily grown
in favor, and spread its fame ami usefulness
to ercry quarter of the globe. Its unparal
leled success can be attribute.1 to but one
cause: the tntirt fulfilment of its promises.
Tbe proprietor» Lave often been surprised
at tbe reeeipt of orders from remote coun
tries, where they had never made au cUortfor
its introduction.
Tbe use for n abort time of Hall's Hair
lliMxvt.u wonderfully improve» tbe per
sonal appearmoM. It cleanses the scalp from
all impurities, cures all humors, fever, and
uryncst, and thus prevents baldness. It
stimulates the weakened glauds. and enables
them to pnsh forward a new and vigorous
growth. The effects of this article are not
transient, like those of tlcoholic prepara
tions, but remain a long time, which mak«*s
its use a matter of economy.
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
WHISKERS
Will change the bear,! to a natural brown,
or biac«. m desire«!,
color that will not v
a single prépara ti<.
It produces a permanent
ash away. Consisting of
u, it is applied without
PREPARED BY
E. P, BALL & C0«, Mua, O.
Sold by oll D
IK
Ayers
FOR ALL
crofulon»,
Dlooil
and
5 S 3 « SiUnSFÜt 8 s
ROYAL
m
'akih c
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of purity
strength and wholeeomeneM. More economical
tb-n the ordinary kinds, and cannot be »old In
competition with the multitude of low test, short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in
tnna. Rom Biiisu Povun Oo.. New York.
ßltiCUTa
DISFIGURING HUMORS, ITCHING
TORTURES. AND LOATHSOME
SORES.
1 HAVK TRIKI» for el»*ven jenre to have my
wife cured of a terrible skin disease. The Cc
• X I »I I - « III I III kl -<1I * 1 \ I, tin
m - Blood p la internally, and Cvticcba,
the gr«-i»t iskin Cur»*, and OfTlccax Moxr. an «•*
.{ilislte Skin B»*i«iitifler, externally. ; have »lone in
six weeks what 1 have trietl for elev»*n years to
have done. You shall have the particulars as
soon as 1 can gix e them to you. and as we are so
well Kiioxvii in this part of the «-ountry. it will
lieneflt you, and tue remedies will cure all who
use them.
Mnysrille, Ky. CHAM. H. WHITE.
BLOTCHES CURED.
I used yonr Ci rn i KA Kkmbihi.s for Blotches, j
and am completely cured, to my inexpressible
joy. CcTiri i: x Soar i« the la*.st 1 have ever used
ami to the profession it is invaluable for cleans- ,
mg the skin,thereby r. umx ing all ''cork," grease,
paint, and all tlie siutl used by them, leaving tlie
skin pure and xx lute ami soft. My grea(«*st plea
sure t« in recommending such an article.
H. MACK.
Chsmpion Comi.|Uc Roller skalier !
Yoiingsloxx n, Olilo.
BEST FOR ANYTHING.
Hax-ing use.1 your Cl'TnfRx RkmEIUE' f«»r :
eighteen months for Tetter, and finally cured it. i
I am anxious to gel it to seil on commise! on. I !
• -an recomiucnd it Iteyond any remedies I ltave 1
cxer us»sl for Tetter, Burns, Cuts. etc. In fact, it j
is the liest medicine I have ever trie«! for any
thing.
Myrtle. Miss. R. S. HoRTOX.
NEVER A COMPLAINT.
hin«.«* I have lie«*n selling your Cl'TK i R x Kk m- I
l tm> i have never heard a single eoniplaint. out
on the contrary ex-rry one xx lm iias used tiiem
has been will pleased with them, and they «>ut
sell alt others.
E. it. CCP.liERI.Y. I>!uggist.
Andrews, llul
SCROFULOUS SORES
I had a <io/.en had sores on my body, und tried i
all remedies I ««mid near of. and at last tritsl your
Cvti* t ex Ri Mt:niEs and they have cure*! me.
JXO. GASK1I.L.
Hebron, Thayer county. Prim.
hohl evetywliere. Price: Cctu rR.x, ä*i« , ts:
Rbkh.vext.*$ 1 ; 8o.tr, 25 cent*. Prepared by j
l'l>ITER 1*111«. AM» Chemical C«i., B»iston, Mass. ;
Senti lor 'How lo I'are Nkin Uineases."
T I U *ui.I.urn. Pm. i • . .uls and OOjr
I Adi Skia, um lin* i ri< ma floor.
ÔIttERS
f«-:ts of mental exiiaustion
gists and d«-i»lers generally.
Hostetter'a stom
acli Bitters conqu
r- and pn \ « i.t
malarml fevers.dys
pepsia,chronic 1 X) 11 -
-tipation. a tenden
cy to kidney and
bladder a i 1 in e n t *
and r h e u in a t ism,
ami is of the great
«•*t value in « iUH-sof
,b*slily trouble aris
ing from weiiJi ness,
» 1 «1 people are
;reatiy aid»-.l by it.
ami it .s highly ser
viceable t«» conva
! «-sc»* n t s ami lathes
in dell«
It is. more.ix'cr. a
useful medicine to
take with one on
long journeys, nml
» . «un ter.icts tlie ef
For «ale by all drug
RESTORED
MANHOOD
Thf reautn that ThoHMiuth rauh of
SKUISAL WEAKSK8S. L<»S.S or MAX
//«>*»•>. it fid the mult of ithttf, i/i»-.»»»* or e.rretsri.
is m tief to is rompt ir'tti 'O rotted TA ToR
r.tr » nr:. ueiti*rs /xr/ftoRATon »*
• .
ys.MU per JHlrl.iije. *> fi.iri.ri- . *|." •*". (.'side to
ffeislth and .Self-Anati/it sent free. A -Il rets 1.1 h
fi/fj !>! SPE X S AK Y for Mssense* of Men.
(**. Hearn St., San Franriseo, Cat.
dAwly-ieia
FRANCIS POPE
JOHN E 0 CONNOR
POPE & O'CONNOR.
(Suce«**«»»» to Weir At I'ope.)
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
No 21 Main Street, Helena.
The urider«iKue<l. in continuing the business
so long established by Weir At I*«>;h*, would re
Mpectfully a*k for a share of- public patronage,
which they xx ill endeavor to deserve, by keeping
in stock everything .«rtaining to a complete
Drug Store; by giving prescriptions espi-cial
care, and dis]>eiising ».one but the purest and
t>e*t of Drugs and Chemical*.
A call is solicite»!. Very respectfully.
Telephone, No. 118.
Branch offi«*e—Helena Iron Works.
POPE & O'CONNOR.
Walter W. DeI-acv.
E-i>. U. S. Mineral Survey«»r.
Jon« Bnr«To\,
(Ixril Kngineerand Notary Public
DcLACY tV BRUNT 0 N,
CIVIL KM.IMIKS AND MRVF.Y«
OltS.
Mineral 8u(vrying. Irrigation Work. Sewerage
and Water Supply of town» ; gnd geueral Engi
neering ami Surveying.
Term* moderate and satisfaction guaranteed.
Otfict*«, st. Lnii* Block. dawly-niy
C^'
Ä
LADIES
T7
1
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i * III. x -sol.X km . »■
* Sup* rilmiu« ll*lr. > 1 I
tiranch, {a Sr«« mlnalr*. vkiwxit pals. dt*c«lor*tlon. u I
iRj'irr. Partk«.lar>, « real«*
th» Hint iitm:» I
*nd . -rti. ... IVlieviu» A rent*.
_\± 1 1 «_«»_> »UJ liLiiJ. rt«'-. r
weowly^eeis
(rrital nntl D«*|inrtnr»* at Mulls ixl the
fleleni« i'ial OiHee.
•tic
tml
On and aft.
part from thi
W estern be
Eastern hound mail and Terr i
daily a> 9 p. nt.
Delivery ho't.«,!rom Xa m. to
from 12 in. tol p. m.; Money Or
Department, from V a. m. to (rO'
Money Unter * »dice el «*-*•* ul .'. in »
D. H. CUTHMERT. P.wtn
M. T.. May lutb. Iss5.
Hai.«::
xnd«
p. m.; Hnndays
er and li. gi.stry
, W.; .Sat un! «y
ter.
FALL RACES,
m. a.. M. Ac >1. a.
Notice to Owners and Breeders.
Nominations in the Colt Races for the August
meeting, rl«** 1 June la*.
Kach nomination must la* accompanied x* itn
» e> .»i and a full description of the animal
"Vhe foiloxving are the stakes o|anie«l
\o I. IVri.y Stakes Hui.ning-for thrce-ycar
olii- SSOeoch. half forfeit. fSOO added: one mile
anti a lialf.
So .» Helena stakes-Trottii«*—for two-year
«,ld. SSC eat h. half f«»rfeit. «300 a.l.ie.1 : t«i the colt
making the liest time under H5 fit» extra; mil« -
hen ta.
V«. 7 Pioneer Stakes—Running—for two-year
old, ««) each, half forfeit. fi>i e«lde»l three
fourths of a mile.
No. 13. Montana Slakes—Trottlng-for threc
vear-olds and under, P» each, half forfeit. «90
added, to the colt making the is st time umler
2:4* flu* extra, mile heats.
For Fair Pamphlet, or further information,
atldress the Secretary.
W. A. CHESSMAN. Pres «lent.
FRANCIS POPE. Secretary.
«ftdaw3t-myl2
OK THE
FOURTEENTH
OK THE
MONTANA LEGISLATURE
FJK SALS.
SESSION
The Hi rai o office has for sale a f« xx copies of
the l.awsof the Fourtsonlh Seseton «»f the Mon
tana Ia gislature. B 'und in sheep, imstagc fire
paid. $2.5*1.
Tin* AVn- Sorih- MV** says: ' We aiknowledg«
rc< nipt from Secretary .lohn S, T«K>ker «if a copy
of tbe Laws, Resolutions ami Memorials of tlie
Fourteentli Regular «s-ssion It is an aihnirablv
:irrang«*il and printed volume, and re!l«*cts cre»iit
on tin- Secretary ami the Public Printer R. E.
Fisk.
Ad.Ire*»« ordere to
dawtf-my2»i
FISK BROS.,
Helena, Montana.
BEIjENA
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ENGLISH TRAININGSCHOOL
KUO AI) WAT,............ HKLKXA, M. T.
Reopened Momiay, Septemlier 1, litsl, and will
continue throughout the year.
A practical school for young men and women.
COURSE OK STUDY.
Commercial, Stcnt»graphic, i*re|«aratory or
Knglish, Pen Art, Crayon, and Architectural
Draxx-ing. Ti e same text-issiks and manner ol
instruction are used here as in the leading Bhv
ant and StrattoS (ismnrm.il i'oHtyrt in the
l*iiit«sl States. Evening Srsniiin« Irttni
OelttlH-r lo April. PENMANSHIP and
BOOKKEEPING, STENOGRAPHY, a specialty.
Send mr Xen Clrenlar, giving«-iurse of study,
rates of tuition,etc. Addr»*s
H. T. ENGELHORN. or \ Prj
F, O. KAILSBACK. » Kr p '
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SECOND NATIONAL BANK
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Does a Genera! Banking business. Sells Foreign
Draft* and Passage Tickets. Pays interest on
Time and Hax-ing iKqawtt*. Collections
receive prompt ami Faithful Attention.
Has a Savings Department.
THF. OST. Y
SAVINGS INSTITUTION IN MONTANA!
D1KKCTOK
K. D. Eut»*«™*. I! S. Kim. »kt..», St. Paul.
Presideiit. Vice-Preai.lent.
Cha*. F. Ei.l»*. ('ashlar.
J. B. Sa «ford, GtcoauE Bke« K,
Cha*. K. Colk, Chris. Kem k.
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MINTIE,
DR.
THE SPEC IALIST,
No. II Kearny Nl.. Nan Kranelaeo
Tueat* all Ciir<>» u\ SPK« IAL
Cal.
axd Private
Diska-e* xxith Wosi.ekkui. Hrarn
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
its a eerlain cure for nek
v*»u* Drrii.itv, L»*t
M ix mh a. Poori x r.at*
HoEA. ami all ihe evil
effex-t* ol youthful follies
[and excès«**, and in j
DUINKIR«. IN'TOXI» XTIM.
LiqiOR*. DK.MINTIK.
xx In* is a regular physi
|ciuli, graduate of the
Univeiwity of Pennsyl
vania. will agre»* to for
I feit }*'»"> lor a ease <>l this
kiici do* x 11 XI ItEsr.inx nvt under hi* *|>e< i.«l
advice and tr«*atmeiiti will not «*« 11 «*. $1.50 a ls*t
tle. or four times the quantity $5, «*nt to any ad -
dress on reeeipt of price, or C. O. D. in prlx-ate
name if desired, by DR. MINT1E, 11 Kkaksy
: St., S. F.. C'al. Men«! for list ol <|u«**ti«*ns and
! pamphlet.
sample bottle free
will lie -«-nt to any one applying by letter, stat
ing symptoms. *«*x and age. strict aeeteey in re
gard to all b*.i»in«-»» tra:*.*a< ti«»n». «Uwly-my7
LONG LOOKER FOR
COME AT LAST.
THE
PACIFICINCUBATOB.
Hatches Eggs Better Than a Hen.
The Best Machine in the World.
Si ml Stomp for Illustrated Circular to
GEO. B. BÄYLEY, iaitetinr.
N«». 1.5<»j Castro street, OaklumJ, California.
<iaw3iu-mhl0
ALL DISEASES
AKISE FROM
IMPURE BLOOD!!
Which i* the direct cause «>f ex-er*. constipation,
rheuinati»' pains, heart, liver and kidney com
plaint- I»r. Itidllilav'a B1 «mm 1 Purilier
M tbe best and moat effective remedy in the
known world t«*-»lay for cleansing tbe blornl of
all impurities, and is a splendid tonic and ap
petizer.
Sold loy All DruflSiBt*
Or for further information, write to the office and
laboratory, 271 F. -t (ieventh street. Mt. Paul.
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Txîî>1 S . »r H» •binis*». *• nicer». Jeweller*. Sl.siel
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lie il road A Eül »applies. H. Al tt.rt.rx' fatalsgwfrre.
1 VLLMAX ii. .'lcl'ACnEX. l flilslelphla, Pa.
wsm-febin
state school of hues.
GOLDEN JOLOMDO.
Fall Term Opens, Sept. 23 d, 1885 .
Complete c-nirses in
CIVIL AND MINING ENGINEERING.
Special courses in
Assaying Cùemical Analysis aeâ Snr
yeyiin.
The Laboratories and Assay Rooms for
practical instruction, are the most com
plete of any in the West.
TU ITION FREE
For catalogue add re
it KG IN CHAI'VISCT, FresIdMil.
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Golden, Colora«lo.
OH! MY BACK
Kxerj «trais or ml
mad searlj
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THE °
BEST TONIC "
Mrrncthrn« Ihr Maaclea,
Steadies (he Nerves,
I nrtrhr« the Blood. Give# New Vigor.
Du J L MtfR* F»irtieM. Iowa, sar* .
Brawn's Iron Bitmrs is the best Iron roedirin* !
hare kn«.wn in mjr 3n ywars' practice 1 h»7 *"" d
n siws-iallj bénéficiai in nenroa* «a phjmcai eitiaus
tian. *nd in all detain sting ailments thst ts*»r **
heavily an the sys«»»tn Use it freely in my own family
« ><*nii:ne hae trade mark and.-r.»«.*.! red lin»*»ou
w ran- r Take no «»I Her. M*.le only by
uii«*xx x * HKMiru ro. B.aniie*r. mi».
I,awes' Hasp B.*»e -næfal »nd attractive, can
taming list of pnres far re. 11 ^, inf.vm»tian alssil
coins etc., given sway by all deal«^« in mtsficme, .*
mailed tu any addreea oa receipt at 3c stamp
H»:DIXGT0X.H(MM».%HI»A * (».. Pori
lund. Oregon, h ho le**»» le Agent«.
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MONTANA NATIONAL BANK
OF HELENA.
Organized November, 1882.
I . A. BHOADWATEK,
A. G. CLARKE, • - •
K. AHARPi:. ....
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V ire-1* rrsidcii I
... (ashler
( SITED NTATEk DEPOSITORY.
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Until I I* Ch|»IIhI .............
Kitrplii*» anti Profil« ....
DIKKCToRh:
8. C. AHHBY. B. F. POTTh.
N. H WEBHTER. HERMAN GANH.
H. F. GALEN. * H CROUN8E.
C W CANNON R. B. HARRISON.
A H WILDER.
daw-ian ; '
DR. C. K. COLE.
Oftiee ai re«ldt*i»ee. Uraml SI.. (lelrMta.
Montana.
Offi»x* Hour*—12 tu. to 3 m.
78.
Téléphona. No.
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Until
Katabliskad 1801.
CHICAGO, ILL.
186 SO.
Clark St.
The ragularold established
Physician and Surgeon I»R.
ICLAKKK. it the old number
continue» to treat with his u-uat
great ektll all private,
chronic, nervoue and special
[ill »ratet UR. CLAKKK is
th« ■ *ld< -! A. 1 v. rti-ing Phx -i, i.»n,
lasRhles of Papers shoxv ind all
old RrsidenU kn>w. Age and expe rl * nc ® lln *
portant.
pT Nervova disease» (with or without
dreams,) or dab! lit y and loss of nerve power
treated scientific: 11 v hy new methods xvith never
failing sxicress. ffl* It makes no difference what
you have taken or who has failed to cure you.
[T Young men and tniddle-aged men and
alfwho suffer should consult the cele»*rated
Dr. Clarke at once. l*T Th. terrible poisons of
all bad blood and ekln dlseoaea of every kind,
name and nature completely eradicated. mem
ber. that one horrible dlsaase, if neg.ocrsu jt
improiwrlv treated, «nreee the present and coming
generations. &T Diseased dischargee cure.l
promptly xvithout hindrance to businos. Both
»exes roLsult conlldentlally. If in trouble,
call or write. IX lays are dangerous. "Procraati
BStlou la tha thief of time." A written
warranty of cure given lc every caea
undertaken.
pÇT" Semi two stamps for celebrated workl
cn Chronic. Nervous and Delicate Diseases. You
have an eebauetlve symptomatology by
which to study your own eases. Consultation,
personally or bv letter, fires. Consult the old
Vector.' Thousands cured. OfBceo and
parlari private. You sec n«> one bu: the Doctor.
Before confiding your case consult Dr.CLAHKE.
A lzicndly letter or ail inay save future suffering
end shame, ami add gt*l«U*n years to life. Medicines
sent everywht.Te secure from exposure.—Hours,
1)106: tjundav. o to is. Address:
*■ WHSt.
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IK L. CARXICilAEL,
Phyeirinii and Nergree. llolcni». Y. T.
Disease* of the Nose. Throat an«l Lungs. A
SPECIALTY.
Office—Day and Night -Fre»l Leman's blca-k.
North Main street.
<'on«nltRli»n Ur«-«*. daw-«l«*c3l
IMPOTENT MEN
Be they Tour* s or OkS,
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F« r - B attributes of
w PERFECT MANHOOD
May Liarxin Quk-ktv
PERPKC'Ä'
SeXUäi Pflr ft
" Procreattve k Æ,
BY THF. USE Ol
The Civiale R?r
Tli»*yr,*rr> every tra<-> of l*l ll]|.| j x MM I -
w via::i:mr.A. t u n ui ,;i.i
form ol v. minai loss ai,.l werkn- » * I. *.**rr •*«. .
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This fn-:t*i< nt. rigin .tel hy |»|»x>f. 4| V i Xi l
u«l«.; - ,«i .-.cry «««PIT 11. , S(
unamtiih-.tty endorsed t,y ttn 5te.it .-I Prof»
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nrtd i,i~ «e nil L\*I !>(. IN J i * irr*» I 1 ■
FREE TO ALL. ft,:'
w ill ».-nd free to anv e.rn«- t it: . ..re-,
dU tlliixt rst«d *4 page medical » ork.civil sym.e
toms «>f all form* ol ^.-xual IHsraxe, «i> «erip*' <a
of this treatment, pre > *, te«tuia.ui_L> und u. is
papT endorsements, & So.
We are slso asn-nts r. r tii* new -nd *\ to
«mro, ärM-Adim-ting end tlloxr Fi! ■ (. ! >
«. •m pressor, f«*r ttu U-ureugh agU rou.ual euro,
w ilhout surgery, of
VARICOCELE
( •Bswltatlon with fall Medical > RLE.
3i*ial, Remedial Agere;, ISC ^ulîcn St, ti. Y
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THE UNION
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Organized under the laws of Montana, i« now
doing iHistiiess in the warehouse r«>veiit;y ere. te l
by Kleitischuiidt A Br«**. at the track of the
Northern Pacific IUilt«»a.l near the HELENA
DEPOT, and is pr«i«are»l to <|uot<* all kind* «>f
HEAVY GROCER1K.-* and PROVISIONS *
FLOUR. FEED. HAY. OATd. OHOFPED FEED
BRAN and SHORTS, SALT. NAILS LIME.
CEMHh'T. BARB WIRE. COKDWttOD FEN» K
POLES. an»i all staple- usually »hipped in«ar
lot - I . »inotatn. - »:
quantities w ill Is* given on appln-ation. Com
muni, allons shouhl l*e addressed "Union Ware
house Co., P. O. Box 216." * inters left at the
Granite Block Telephone 26 xx ill be promptly :«t
tcn.l.-.l to. No charge- for dray.tge will Is- mail,
on goods order«-1 to lie shipfwd l»y rail C««n
signincnts on car lot- of all kin«!* of p ns I u«e
solicited. Reviving, storing and ferwanling
will have our careful attention.
Address Union Warehouse Co.« P. 0. Box
216, or Telephone No. 26.
THEO. Ft RHKEX, Manager.
JOHN H ORE A/. MITT CARROLL
JOHN R, DREW k CO.
- y— Soecessors to and Proprietors of the
YIILLE.\
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Sign of the Big Boot !
MAIN STREET, » - - HELENA.
Carries, »-«nstantlv. a very large *t»s k of the
best Boots and Mmes, for th«* wholesale ami re
tail tra»ie. **p<-cial attention given to «»rders by
mail, nd satisfiu-tionguaranteed. Theeontin
ue.l lilieral patn.nag«- of friend- all «»X'«-r M«>ntana
is respectfully solicited. wlysepl*
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NEW STORK! NEW GOODS
DAVE GOLDBERG,
Tlie rustling Clothier «>f early days, lias re
turned to Helena and opened a splei a lid stock of
General Meredandiae, in Holter i* Block, lower
Main street, where he will *ctl at !>cd-rock prices,
CLOTHING AMD GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Hat-ami Caps. Boots ami shoes, Pi»tols. Guns
Ammunition and Notn*n*. Al««>. Imported and
Domestic Cigar*, nml K*ne Che wing and smok
ing T«»l»:«cc< >«. 1 i>ro|«o-<- to *»-ll at a small profit.
Mv motto is. "Lixc and la-t Live." I a»k my o.d
friends throughout Montana to call on me when
they cotne to Helena.
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A.
DEALERN* IN
HARDWARE
Mechanics Tools.
Mill Supplies.
Belting.
Brass Goods and Pipe Fittings, Battery
Screen. Steel Wheelbarrows, Iron,
Steel, Pipe and Heavy Hard
ware.
Disston s Celebrated Circular Saws
and Rival Steam Boiler Feed Pumps.
Agents for Atlas Engines and Boilers,
and Leffel Double Turbine Water
Wheels. Catalogues Furn
ished on Application.
Ç S1
ells howto
gives exact
AIJ90 MANUFACTURERS OF
Lumoer, Lain. Singles. SasO. Doors. Store
Fronts. Etc.
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T!-« Btrl frs' CiUipe i*i issue! March
an«l «'*e|»t., each year; 2-4 pages, S'xllA .
iiii hts, with over 3«300 illustrations—
a whole picture gallery, (lives wholesale
prices direct to consumer s on all goods for
•rsonal or laniily use.
order, and ,
cost of ev- !
ery thing you use, drink, :
eat, wear, or hare fun
with. These invaluable
hooks contain information pleane«i from
the markets uf the world. He will mail
a copy Free to any address tt|>on reeeipt
of the postage- - 8 cents. Let us hear
from you. Respectfully, ,
W0NTCQMERY WARD A CO.
RST A U»» Ht)«) Avenue, t kl««»«». Ui.
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1 Want AGENTS TO SELL
THE
MISSOURI
STEAM
Washer
To Men and Womsnof cn,«! ch .ractsr andintslll
gsnee wsntina an «»t-nc/ 1 »01 uttord » lits-rnl chance
to test It before pn» ing for It. and return itstmrex
>«om if not »»»isfuctory. It Is the great labor, cloth
ing and soap saver. A thousand per cent, the best
Washer In the world, anJ pnrs capable Agents big
money. Nn bo>s or unreliable persons m^d applv.
Write (or lllnsl rated cin nisrs. Addrr,»J. WORTH,
(irai A«t. 1er I .Mtl# Franklin Avr. st Lnk,
^RUPTURE
r X- ' it. . Curr.l r\GO' .90 I>'.v.
iy!>r Fi«*rrr • I'sl.M»ai»etic Elastic
_»». Wsrn't'doNLvLfraTai« Tri -s
___<>r)d. KoLrelydifferrtitfromallolhrrs
Pert«:l Kctsincrs worn with raw «nd r .mfijrt
nightsndflar. Curr.l the fsroi.ii» Kr. J Sinmi»
_ ofN Y. and hundred* (ghers. Lius, panip. free
Magnetic Elastic Truss Co. 1 33 maoison st.Cwwaco.
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VIGOROUS HEALTH ^MEN
PROF.
HARRIS'
A Radical Cure for
NXHVOÜS
DEBILITY.
Organic Weakness,
£ PHYSICAL
r DECAY.
InYoung A Middle]
A ged Me n.
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Tears bv use Mmanv|
T HousAND Cases.
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TRIAL
PACKAGE.
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Two Months. - 5.001
Three Mouths, 7.001
NERV0Ü5DEBIÜTY
omahkWiaixm
l)«*cn> .and numerous
oisK-urr diwsw«*, baf
fling the skilled j.hy.
«iemne, result from
youthful indi-cretion,
too free iniluli»;nce, or
over bruin work. Avoid
! the imp.'-: "n of prrtiiv.
tio«» feraed's-i f*>r these
truubliw. l.'l our Free
ICireular and Trial Pack
lage, acl l.-am hnpoittuxl
facta befi-re takuujtix at
roent elacwhefe. Takes
St'RE Kl Mn>vthatn.\8
C't'KKl) tiiuuaanda, doca
not inter! re X« ith atten
ti-m to bu«:neaa, or cauae
puin or Ancon vrniewea la
any way. I'ouwdttl on
•rient m* medical pinei
piea. By U irret applies!ion
to the arat of u.waae ita
apecihr mflueDce la felt
without d< lay. The nat
ural functions of the hu
man organism la redored.
atirnther
>d rapida
been
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HARRIS REMEDY CO., M'FOCm?JlSTS
306»; N. Tenth St.. 8T. LOUIS, MO,
VARICOCELE our luclhtxl uttr. at;.
RUPTURE
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F HUMAN FCKLUS, X. U.
IIOMCEOI J A.T JLlllaiT.
Office «... t - rand »Ina«
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BOHM & CO
Wholesale and Retail
CLOTHIERS,
Helena, KM» T•
ONE PRICE—NO DEVIATION
All "ooflx Marked in |»lain Figures
During all our «penence we have never
at th** beginning of May been able to show
SUCH ELEGANT STYLES at MODEB
ATE PBICES. We have counter upon
counter of Business Suits ai
$8. $9. $10. $12. $13. $14 and $15.
cut in SACK FROCK or CUTAWAY
STYLES.
Also, EXTRA FINE BUSINESS and
DRESS SUITS, made up in the finest
Imported and Domestic Woolens, repie
sentingthe greatest variety of pateras
Style, Color, Shade and Mixture ever
seen under one roof.
Lane Line of Sprint Overcoats.
Boys' and Children's Saits, Furnishing
Goods, Hats and Caps, TRUNKS and
VALISES, BLANKETS, COMFORTERS
and BEDTICKS. Rubber Goods. DUCK
HOSE.
All Goods Warranted as Represented.
Please examine our goods &pd prices
before purchasing elsewhere. We will
make it to your interest to call oa us.
ONE PRICE! BE SHARP!!
PRICES INCOMPARABLE!
BE WISE!!
DON'T SHOOT!
Bui if you do. save money l>> buying
the be«I good« at the
HELENA ARMORY!
SPECIALTIES;
SharjM-'s. Winchoatar,
Marlin and Ballard
Kttle* : I'arker, Colt's
an»! Remington Bre»*cli
and Muzzle iomding
Shot Guns: Herrin A
Hulbert, * 'oil's and 8. A
\v, i:«-xel«ere
Wltolesale and retail dealer in Arms, Ammuni
tion, Tobacx-os, Cigars, Fruits, notions, etc.
«Ily-uni M.'l!.Ul:M\N
ATTE> TIOZV !
Farmers and Gardeners.
If you want tried atnl reliable
CARDEN SEEDS,
Go or send to H. M. PÄRCHEN „V CO., leading
druggist*. Helena, Montana, and buy
Landrelh*«.
They have be«*n trie«! xx ith unvarying *ucc« s*c
for eighteen years in Montana. Guaranteed
lr«*«h and line to name. Put up in seal«-«!
pa. ki«g«*s. xx 1 1 1 « direvtion* : .i . ilture and *<> i
at stn. tly «rowen» catalogne price*. l*r"
List and laxndreth's illustrated catalogue and
almanac funiishe»! on apnln-ation. Extra clean
»nd (reili Timothy anti KhI Top ( lover.
Hungarian, Millet and Blue Gras*, in «juantitie*
at prices defying c.m|>etili.>ii. Vick'* 1
F eed» in great variety.
H. M. PÄRCHEN »V (0.
International Hotel. Corner Wain an«l
Bridge n( reel«. Helena. H. T.
Table tlie best In the city. Transient rates. 12 to
$3 |»er day. aoeording to location of room*. Daily
arrival and departures from this hotel of all the
United States Mail «mob«*». My prices are not as
"X* . 1 - ». ........f t'.c - • • .-- ■ - • «••
reasonable, ami knowing my ability to please tbe
first-class trade, I guarantee sati*fucti»»n to all.
Will be pleased to see the Irax'eling public in
general.
wlv-ianl2 MAX SKLOWER.
\ K. PRE8COTT. Helena. Montana
• DKAI.I U IN
MARBLE!
pact— DNBP&J BlOCt.
wlyjel2
LEGAL BLANKS
For the use of Lawyers, Justices of
the Peace, Conveyancer», Survey
ors, Agents, Owners and Les
sors of Real Estate, &c.
Till'. lir.KAI.D has in Stock I he following
• v art* neatly print, i *«
for a hor«l«T. The forms hax-e Item carefully pre
pared by a lawyer, are in conformity wih the
statutes of the Territory, and are applicable lo
anx- county in Montana :
DIMKKT ( Ol Kl 111. INKS. Affidavit for
Attachment; Undertaking on Attachment; Writ
of Attachment; Notice Appool : Und.-rt «king on
Appeal ; Affidavit for Publication of Summons;
Orxier for Publication of Summon«: Affidavit,
Order and Notice for Examination of Witnesses ;
Undertaking on Claim anil Ik-'ix-ery of Personal
Proucrty; Execution ; Deposition ; Sheriff"* Sale;
Summons.
t.l MiK \I. IÎI.AAKS. — Deed Warranty:
Deed-Bargain and Sale; Deed-fjuit Claim ; Deed
—Mining Claim ; Noti<-eof Location XJuartz ; Ap
plication for Patent; Certificate of Incorporation;
Slortgagc ; Chattel Mortgage; Assignment of
Mortgage : Power of Attorney; I .ease; Bond;
Bills of Sale.
PKH-EOFABOVE BLANKS—10 cts each; 12
for *1.00 ; Kk) for *7.00. Ou orders tor 200 blanks
(f I l.Ou.i and upwards, a discount of 2-L per cent,
will be allowed. Postage paid ou all orders by
mail.
A 10 * 0 ,THE POfibOWITG Rum os rtA\D at 55.00
l'KK lll'MUlKU XX ITU SA Mt List OI NT ON OitDKIM
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FOR .llATIf'll ( OMIT.—Writ of Attach
aient ; Undertaking on Alla» liment ; Affidavit for
Attachment; Summons; Summons for Juror;
bubptrua; Bounty Certifient«*» (wild animals.)
t'OK DINTKM I (dt It I . — Summons for
Juror; Subpeena.
Aeki.ow ixslgmenla, " Man nn«l Wife," 53.0D per
hundred; Acknowledgment*. "Single," 12.50
per humired. Twenty-ttx-e )*er cent, discount ou
orders 300 and upwards.
Addrea* FISK BROS., Helena, M. T.

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