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SAM JAGGERS, Bannack
Montana. "I f
Brand— ^ on both side*.
Wattle behind left hip.
Range— Horse Prairie and the
B j s Hole Basin,
POINDEXTER & ORU,
Di'lon, Beaverhead Co., M. T.
Brand—Cattle, square and com
ss on right hip, horses same on
K
Marks—Cattle, two slits in right
•ad one in left ear. Double dulap in brisket.
Counter brand—A bar across square and compass.
Rlacktail Deer Creek Valley.
.\flnmn E u S HARBY > Bannack,
Brand—Cattle, J H on left side,
Horses, J H on left shoulder.
Mark—Cattle, slit in left ear.
Range—Grasshopper, Hors«
^5^
Prairie and Big Hole,
~\V. 11. RAYMOND, Virginia
City or Puller Springs, M. T.
Brand—Small hear; on left jaw
of horses.
Range—Belmont Park, twer.t ;
miles south of Virginia City.
Road fielding* and highly bn ft trotting
SIM. ESTES, Ditlon, Bea
verhead County, Montana.
Brand—Hones, SE on left
shoulder. Cattle, U on left hip
.and marked with underbit from
left ear.
_ Range—Beaverhead Valley .
' P. A. L ARGE V, Butte City,
Montana.
Brand— Cattle and Horses,
Û on left shoulder.
Range —Camp Creek and
Rochester.
DENNIS AMIOT, Eanrin,
Msdison county, Mo nt.
Brand—Cattle thus Ql on left
tide. Horses, some on left
shoulder. Range—Lower Rubv
Valiev. f.Ti-3-4-4)
FLYNN BRO'S., Dillon,
Montana.
Brand.—Cuttle, seven-up
,m both hips,wattle on both
jaws, underbit on left ear.
Range—Blacktail, Red Roek ana Sage Creek.
B
JOE. A. BROWNE, Glendale,
'haverhead Co., Montana. ti
Brand-Cattle, JO on left
rump. Also, a in same place.
Horses, X on left thigh. _____
, Mark—Cattle, left '<91_
f" «i* f* *, how P- Range—west slue
— , "ST Hole river from Birch Creek to th.
• imvou above Melrose.
ALEX M ETZEL. Puller
Springs. Madison ( o..
Montana.
t'attie and horse brand,
circle A on left slionlder.
Thoroughbred cattle and
American horses, branded J
an left jaw. vent same brand
an left thigh. Cattle markt
tlawn-cnt dewlap in brisket.
Hange, Upper Unity Valley, from lower to up.
per canyon, including all tributaries.
Thoroughbred and high-grade short-horn bells
far sale.
©
2 H
JOE SHIXEBERGBR, Red
Rock p, o. Beavcrh'd Co. M. T.
Brand—7L on left side. Also
owns the following brands :
nr.....—
right flank. Horses - 7L on right shoulder
on right hip and O'C on leftU
hip. Cattle marked with dulap
a
ind SB on right shoulder. Range—Red Rock and
Sage Creek.
M. B ARRETT, Horse Prairie,
lb .vu liead County, Montana.
Brand— Cattle. + on leftside,
K rso, same on left shoulder.
M ark— Cattle, wattle on left la w.
Range— Horse Prairie andBig'
licit* Basin.
JOHN TEMPLE, Sheridan
RMontana.
Brand-Cattle, JT on left hip,
brand, 96 on leftside.
' Horses, J J »n left shoulder.
_and thigh.
Range—Lower Knhv Valley.
#100 SEWARD for the apprehension and sufficient
• valence to convict any person < r persons stealing
■ r.e or more horses or cattle belonging to me.
John Tempi.*.
9
JOSEPH FALKNER, Sheri
dan, Mon.—
Brand, norm
es, J F on left
slionlder.
Cattle, same*
as on cut above.
Range—Ratnshnrn creek to Wisconsin creek,
Madison county. jjvj
J. J. LOUGHRIDGE,
Will« Beaverhead Co., M. T.
Brand—Horses, star on left
jaw.
Range — Between Beaver
head and Willow Creek.
TERRENCE FLYNN, Dil
ion, Montana.
Brand-Cat
^■BBPMtle, thus: N X
......W , I- left side.
SBSIP"""
■ both hips
;lorses,th
Mange I
"niai Valley.
Morses, thus *\ /* on left shoulder,
Mange On _) V. Rlucktail, Sage Creek and C'en
T. M. SELWAY, Dillon, Montana.
Horse brand—T on near thigh.
Cattle— T O on near
ril)s;two slits in each
ear. Also t'has Hagg's
old brand; tigiire sa on
near hip: small crop
near ear.
Hange — Hlacktull,
Beaverhead and Birch
Creek.
V* AM
»b»i. UEWAHB will
•f itaitl for evidence
mat shall result in con
victing one or more
persons of killing,
sealing or branding
r) ce or more animals of
above brands.
Horses of all kinds
°rsale. ( 41 .
m
battle marks—Underblt in right
Rochester and Di
OSCAR WELCHER, «her
idan, Madison co„ Mont.
Brand—Cat
tle, 77on left
aide. Horses,
7on left thigh.
ear. Range
»•de Creek?
[33*3]
ICO., Mont.
^Bfand—llor Bes ,i 7 on leftshoul
Range—Red Rock, Horse Prai
r - - and Centennial Valley.
iiqyi]
W. L. McINTOSH, Red
Rock, Beaverhead county Mont.
Brand—cattle, 17 on birth right
and left hips; and two slits in
right ear and one in left ear.
(Old brand 17 on tight hip.)
(DOUX C. SCOLLEY
I Dillon, Montana.
! Brand—Cattle, thus
lder.
artocli ÿruiftl (Tutti.
° WILLIS^WUUs, Mont. Brand - Cattle
sstS
111
IX L
E. B. SPRINKLE. Dillon. M,-m.
Brand-Ciml,,. 1 X l,
11 r*** hllu one
tlnlap on brisket. Hor
ses, same brand , m left
shimldes
Hange— Blacktail and
< entennml Valiev.
Stock for Sub.
Bull for Sale.
Il '- U l,lo,u j.* ^«'stered Hereford Hail
fini specimen of the slock, is offered lor *
for the next thirty days. Call on nr address " P
J. G. MADDOX,
Julvii.iSSo Melrose, Mont.
■ ______ ,tl 4 W
thorou med BULLS !
Shorthorn Durhams.
Head of Two-Year-Olds and , 10 1 Head
of Yearlings.
DmZ l '\vnVV n '"'.'"P 1 D- three milts north of
Dillon. W ill he sold lor eash or approved note.
" ' '' Morse. Dillon, or the undersigned
*n Î1 1- . I'Hlf. THORPE,
Uilion, June 11, iSSN. ,,
SHEEP FOR SALE.
Ui^foT"
3,000 head of Wethers, one to Tour vëârslold
first-class medium-wooled Sheep, home ialsuil and
well bred—-will be sold after shearing at current
prices. Also, a band ot
EAVES and I.AMltS,
For October delivery at weaning— i.uxi head of
each. For price and terms inquire of undersigned.
lv „ . mil. THORPE.
Union, June ij, iSSo.
SHEEP FOR SALE!
I have a band of 1,191 good grade sheep which t
offer for sale. Parties wishing to purchase sheep will
find my band a desirable one. For particulars call
at mvranch on Horse Prairie, or address
M-S-Sj-tf GKO. !.. ISATCHKI.DKU.
Bannack, M. T.
iettshoulder. Also «öm" I
dS nd w L o" lc,t «hou* !
flslds ate scarce, but those who write to
■Stinson A Co.,Portlend, Maine,will receive
free, Tull information abont work which
they can do. and live at home,tbatwi)l pay
them from Si to $2S per day. Some Imre
earned over (SO in a day. Either sex. younp or old. Capital
not required. You ere started free. Those who .tart at once
are nbsoluttly sure of fnug little fortune*. All is new.
'«K.|
ÄW
2B YSARS. Ui US5.
The Orsitest Medis^Tr^mpk of tie Aça!
SYMPTOMS OF A
Ï «an niappetltc. llowcla costive, I'aiu la
the hand» with a dull eciiaation in tko
hack part, Pain under tlio ahouiilcr
blade, Fnllncu after euting, with a die«
indication to exertion of body or miui,
Irritability of temper» Low spirits, with
u feeling of having neglected aotau dur.,-.
Weariness» Dizziness» S'iuucricg at the
Heart, Dots beforotbe eyes» Her.dach
over the right eye» Restlessness, with
fitful dreams» Highly colored Urine» aad
CON 8 T 1 PATION.
TUTT'S PILLS are especially adapted
to such cases, ono dose effects suuii a
chfinsooffeeliiiffastoastonislithesuffevef.
They Increase the Appetlte.and causo tlio
body to Take on Flesh, thus, tl-.n system ta
nourished, and by their Tome Action ou
the Digestive Organs, IteRuiar,- Stools aro
(■ro'liicïïd. Price 35c. 4« Mfngray ,
TÜTT8 HAIR 7
Grat Hair or Whiskers changed to a
Glossy Black by a single application ot
this Dye. *6 imparts a natural color, acts
instantaneously. Sold by Drugsists, or
petit by express on receipt of# I -
Office, 44 Murray St., New York.
a db iipv Send to cents postage, and we will
ff {JIpI mail you frt* a royal, valuable.
fl till I sample box of goods that will put
you in the wav of making mort monty at once, than
anything else in America. Both sexes of all ages
can live at home and work-in spare time, or all the
time. Capital not required, we will start you.
Immense pay sure for those who start at once.
Stinson St Co., Portland, Maine.
.-..rCöLbnWj
ROYAL PSwJva ;
sasa
Ii
;Wv
eaw
Tan
îifcsaFjtely Pure.
.t»Lluai
vuUi. A raar.-.l-îf purity.
-■ - anneneal
. -'.''a -a l.îaoMiueou»*
Irffätudo f '■ s,10r :
, ,;i-.t..- 1 ut V.-.I. r-. .»•i.DOSi.ris
: ) j wff. it,
À Mettra h
How many
ont* during a
tin* park of Chaim Hepc
ink mill a II■«lory,
assopiatiojis crowd on
tnunnng walk tlinmgh
Here in tin*
t
crisp hours after the dawn walked
Montezuma and his Aztec court. Merc
I '""k** tlu ' i,u S'' overhanging bruucltes
! rot ^ or drove Maximüll. m anil Car
through theforest of Chaiml
tepec. tlteir faces blanched and grave,
eAcrs voice hushed, dash .1 'lie scaling
party of American soldiery in the time
of that mad and wanton war with
Mexico. They sealed the crags at the
south of the castle while the vest of
the little army kept the attention of
tlie Mexican troops at the north side
when- there is an easy slope, So non.
th;:i with a stout bow you could si unit
an arrow on to the field of the battle :
tin historic site of the light of Molim
del I ley. or King's mill and a briet
building there still bear*, in half legit»!'
letters, the words, "Molino del J'ev.'
1 here (irai it won fame ar.d rood repute
with his superior officers. While yon
are walking on under the trees think
ing<d the panorama which, the unfold
ing scroll of history brings before you.
there dashes by an optai carriage from
which gaze at you the dark eyes of tin
lair descendants of the stout-hearted
nice who conquered the Aztec mon
archy. If a man inis any sentiment in
him. tliis ancient and hit-mrie park will
bring it to the surface. To the arti-'.
•In* noble castle dominating the hill r,
* hapultepec. its terrace and (owe,
far above the tallest trees of the fore .:
beneath, is an entrancing picture. The
mysterious line of the massive and
time-stained uqueduet. half discerne,
through the trunks of the trees and th.
low-growing shrubbery, forms tin
boundary on the northeastern side
the park. From occasional fissures tc
water gurgles forth, and if you
mil watch quietly, you shall see brig',
Hied birds glide down from tin* in
trees to bathe in the tittle pools forme,
•y the escaping water. Far aw a;
perhaps, you hear the call of sliri!
mgies. It is from the great white.stone
barracks on the hillsideat I'acubaya.
art- pros
who re;
(•lit
illy
new name
i'e hear tin
About Mnrried Women's Names.
It is becoming the fashion aiuoitg
married ladies to keep their niaidei:
mime in addition to their husband',
surname. Tliis praetiee lias long been
in vogue among actresses and other
Indies who have made a reputation for
themselves before mavringe. the benelit
ol' whieli they are unwilling to lose.
The names of Mesdames (io'dselmiidt
Liiid. i'rebelli-llettini. I.emmens-Nlier
rington. and hosts of others, will readily
oecur to every one as eases to )>*»ii»t.
lint until lately tin
lined to actresses, singers, authoresses,
and other ladies whose loss it marriage
through the change of name would
have been so substantial a pecuniary
one that it might be estimated in thou
sands of pounds. It is only now that
ladies in private life have begun to
realize the fact that their own lot in
unchanging their name, and thus, to a
rent extent, losing their identity, is
j'lile es real and quit" ,e. important to
'.euwlves as tin* aetie-.- would lie to
i-T. although possihi;. no oie- won id go
»n far as to say it had, "lom-tary value.
When a girl marrie', j; js usuall;.
illy the favored few
f. the wedding lireak
manage to remember
jus: address. How oft
: I ! t. t it * 11 : " What is Mart So-and-so's
■Mine now. and where does she live?"
>w often the answer brings the re
i «inder: "Dear me! we must have
liec'.i quite close to her the other day:
what a pit> we did not know, we should
'.are liked so much to go and see her."
'tenet* the jireseiit movement on the
•art of married women. It certainly
. ii! have many advantages if it be
comes general, not only to the ladic
themselves, but to all their friends ami
acquaintances, especially if the double
............ mes. in course of time, to be
the distinguishing mark of a married
vmuan. fof. as it would form part of a
uly's ordinary signature, which the
:1c of Mrs. or Miss does not. Many.
iiTespoudent would be relieved from
iuirrussing doubt which now be-fts
•ini as to w hether he is to address liis
reply to Mrs. Miss.or Esq.
Gambler* and Army Dttiecr.*.
Says a Laramie (Wyoming) letter,
um* of the brakemen on the Dvimiand.
ia discussing the tricks of the fellows
who works the trains, saal: -it is
often charged that railroad men -laud
in with the sharps, but they don't do
anything of the kind. I know most of
. i'.e.ii.and have known them for years,
but ! can't go around punching passen
ger-. in the ribs and telling them to imk
out. I did that a few times and got
thi* worst of it. and, besides that, i li.it ••
noticed that sometimes the passengers
come out ahead. We had an army
officer on board once last Fall, and lie
cut the heart out of one of l)oc. Bragg's
men ina poker game, and I've known
others to beat them at tlieirown games.
Tin* boys are u.*uaiiy very careful about
getting in with .'ire . 'he -rs. You can
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fenerally tell an officer i>v Ids outfit.
Init not always. Tliey'r • worse than
the sharps, especially alter they've lieen
out here a tew years. The boys have a
superstition as to them which is funny.
They think if they play with one with
out knowing who he is that their luck
is gone forever. | knew one fellow
who killed himself after trying for
twenty-four hours to skin an officer,
thinking lie was a stock man.
BILLON NATIONAL BANE,
(Sttrrrrvpr to of Southern .Vonfovrt,)
OF DILLON, MONTANA.
i^nid up Capital....................$.10,000.40 ;
Surplus................................$ 4.100 I
t'..- M T,„.....ii--ij—.
1.1 KO. *VI. L>Rf.#\\ \, 1 resident. j
Jonx F. Bisiku*, Vico President.
David Lamont. Cashier.
lURECTOltrti
Geo. M. Brown. Joseph B. Crow,
John F. Bishop. Craig Cornet.i.,
David Lamont.
Traiiaict n UoiuM-al Blinking Husiuoss,
I'xrlinnge Sold on »II the Principal Cities
of tlie World.
Acmnnt« of M
IXTUREST
Al.l.»WI-;i> ON
POSITS.
1 In.liti.lulls solifitt-il.
TIME DE
Dt'[tosi(.; rrrt-ivetl sultjuut toulu-cU or demand. Ah
eoiluriiotis will receive personal anti prompt a'ten
lion.
^ A lull line of Fire Insurance Companies. Poll
nes issued on all classes til property.
COUP. KSPON DENTS :
Hanover National Bank.......New York
Merchants' National Bank........Chicago
Wells, Fargo & Co........Salt Lake City
Wells, Fargo & Co......... Nan Francisée
Utah National Hank...............Ogden
Montana National Bank........... Helena
First National Bank.............Omaha
First National Bank................Butte.
grgat #»% *.
Sealed Proposals.
Staled proposal** will lu- ruut-ivt d In tin- Hoard oi*
County Commissioners ol* ni-nvcrhca«! County,
Montana, until tin- ist Monday in Suptcmlurr, i^So,
ior forty t ords of »rond red Hr tor pine) wood, to lu
delivered at the Court House and Jail at Dilion, M.
T. Said proposals to state whether the wood is to
Itids to he addressed to
1*11 Ile D. MiliOCCH.
County Clerk.
be in Kog <
n* 1 nrd Wo.
»1.
the Clerk »*
1 tin* Board
of
Dillon, M.
T.
IK order
• •1* the Boa
1,1.
Dillon. M. T„ |t,m- i
XOTIC-K OF FINAL KXTKV.
Kam» Office a i //f.u-.na, Mont., |ulv jf, iSSo.
M D I It Ik is lu-rehy $»i\ en that tlu- followin'** nam
tul settler has hleil not tec ot* his intention to
make final proof in support ot his elaim. and that
said pront will he made lvfore Kok*. T. Winn,
Deputy Clerk ol the District Court in and for Ilea
verhead County, at Dillon, Montana, on
Sept, 4, 1880, viz : Oziu* Willis,
who made homestead application \o. j,j 17 fur the
N KK See. j;. I p. 4, Sol U »> W.
lie 11.ones me Killmvinw- Witnesses in |.r.»A t J,is
«intimions residence upon and eultivation of said
land, vie Jacob 1 lartwii», hredcrick Hopp, John
< i. Schmidt and Win. II. t Hiver, all of Willis, Y| |'
.ti-Id S. W. KANtillOKNi:, IKwister.
NOTICK «*' FIXAI. KNTKY.
Kam» Ofi ick at Hi-.lkna, M. T., July 27, iSSo.
laOTICK is hereby ui%cn that the tollowiiii*' 11:1111
id settler has tiled notice ol* his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and that
said proof will he made before Theo. Mutflcv,
Clerk of the District Court for the First Judic ial
District in and for MadisonConntv,M. T„ on Mon
(kiV.
Si*ptt*»nlM*r (I. 1884», viz: Osgood II. Oilman*,
who made pre-emption declaratory statement No.
7 * 4 '•> for the \ C of the the SW 1.4 of the
Nil* 1 -1 and the N W i -i«*t tlu- SK 11 of Section
Ji, Tp. j S. u. 7 W.
lie names the following witnesses to prove Ins
continuous residence upon, at d l ultivation of, said
land, viz: Frederick Mercer, foseph INimin«*too,
lames Stu-elman, and Marlema Clark, all ot Twin
Ih idycs, Madison County. Montana.
a S. W. 1 ..WGIIOHXK. UuuiMur.
NOTH' E OK KINA I, KNTKY.
Kam» Oi • u k at Hi i.i na, M. I'., Any. 1 inn».
N OTH K is hereby S'ivcn that the following-nam
ed settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final pront in support ol his claim, and that
said proof will be made before |ohn T. Williams
ProbateJudtp- in and h r Madison 1'ountv, Mon
tana, on Saturd-4\,
Sept.'iôt I», 1884»,viz : Murry He«llit*l<l,
who made pre-emption <lec!arator\ statement No.
»»j;o for the K* j oftheNW 1-4, the NWi-jofthe
X\V \/ K of Section and the \K t | of the NIC 1-4
of Section *l*p. .t S. of U. S, W.
lie names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said
land, viz: Frederic Mirccr. CFiinccv S. Talcott,
Charles K. Witlev and Uodnev W. Page, all of
'Twin llridgcs, Madison cmmlv M. T.
M td S. W. KANt.llOKNK, Ucgi-tcr.
SUMMOXS.
TX the District Court of the Second Judicial Di i
* trict of the Territory of Montana, in and for the
County of Beaverhead.
James llarbv, plaintif!, verMi- Peter Walt and
'Thomas Watt, defendants.
'The people of the Territory of Montana send
«yrcctin*r to Peter Watt and Thom:»*« Walt, «hfend
Ycm are hereby require il t*> appear in an actioo
brought against \ott by tlu- above nameit plaintiff,
in the District Court of the Second Judicial Dis
trict nt the 'Territory of Montana, in and tor tlur
Countv of Beaverhead, and lo answer the complaint
îilecî therein,_ within ten days, exclusive of the da %
ot service,aft er the service «»n you ot this summon«,
if served ip tliis countv; or. if served out of thii
county, but in tln> district, within twenty days; oth
erwise within tort\ days, or jud|tini-r.t by'defauil
will be taken against you according to the prayei
3t said complaint.
The said action is brought to re* out from you the j
sum of $ju> with interest at i ' » per cent per month ;
from May on your promissory note of that j
date tfiven to Helen llarbv and assigned to plaiutitf.
also for the sum of \ due Irom vou to plaintif) j
tor goods, wares and merchandise sold tc» you bv !
said plaintif : and the following property: the NW 1
i 4 Sec. .iS Tp. 7, S. ol It. u \V„ with all improve
ments tlu rcon, «»ne mowing machine and one rake 1
have been attached, as your property, to pay said
debt, j
And you are herein noliliid that if vou fail to ai* !
pear ar.d answer said complaint as above required, |
the said plaintif) will lake judgment against vou for I
the sum of ^37.07 and interest, am) cost ot suit.
— u Given under my hand and the seal of !
f c - Mhe District Court of the Second judi
[ »»AL. jciai District ot the Territory^ ot Mon
V * • ^tana, in and tor the County of Beaver- j
head, this _»^th day of |une, in tlie year of our l.< rd |
one thousand ci«ht hundred and eijfhtv-six.
Bv U01;
Smith \ Melton. At*
B. K. DAVIS, Clerk.
. T. Win».. Deputy Clerk.
rncv*>. ;pvt
Mrs. Eastman's
Butte Restaurant,
--AND---
LODGING HOUSE,
MONTANA ST., DII.I.ON
'll« 1 tables of the Restaurant arc
Always Supplied With the Best the Mai
ket Affords
;
I Thu Lodtfimr IImisi- has hut n rulittutl anti ttutv
Iv plasturcil, and 1 » in first-class oomiitinn tor the
j reception t'l jftu'fts. |i*tî.
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ST. MARY'S ACADEMY,
DEE» LODGE. MONTANA.
('oudueled l»,v tile Sisters of ( liurity.
The Academic Year is divided into Two Sessions
nt five months each, beginning respectively on the
first Monday of September and the first Monday of
February.
TEltMSi
Board and fiction, per session, (including bed,
bedding and washing....................... gioo
Day pupils................................... , j
Music on piano, per session, extra.............
Music on organ " " ............ jj
alt]sic on guitar •• •• ............ V;
\t> extra charge lor Vocal Music.
For Dr,lying- ,iu,f tinting'. Extra C/tttrg.;.
Hr Plain and Ornamental Needlework Ititti-lit
I rue of charge.
AH /'itviiiru/s A/it st I' 1 ' A/tn/i j n . I tivaurt'.
Pupils are riupiircd to brings alt necessary arti
ticlcs for the toilet.
Special rates for two or more of one family at
tending the institution at the same time.
For further particulars apply *.o the
SISTER SUPERIOR,
/if charge of St. Mary*# Academy ,
41- Deer lodge, M. T,
Tho College of MONTANA,
CLASSICAL.
SCIENTIFIC,
• NORMAL
^ MUSIC & ART.
Instruments.
Apparatus.
Laboratory
ISimishingsJ
Hew & CoiplBte.^^
Open to both Sexes on Equal Terms.
FOR TERMS. &c„ apply to
Rnv. d. j. MrMîLLAN, D. D.
President of the College,
DEER LODGE. Montana.
S4
as
33199
Mineral Hot Springs,
Chi til* Ititf Hole Hiver.
Situated hall-way between iilen Station, on the
I'taluand Northern Hailwav, and 'Twin Itridtics.
'The Hotel is now open und fitted up with «rood a« -
couunodations tor the pubM -, 'The medical propc
ties of these springs are unsurpassed by anv in tli •
'Territory,
O. E. MORSE,
Keeps a full line of
UNDERTAKER'S GOODS,
liurial Robes,( ,'offins, V r civet Ci'cpe,
Hroadcloth, Etc.
Metitlic Caskets, from Sio to $ 150 .
J. C. OREM,
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Having fitted up a new and commodious shop sad
secured first-class workmen, 1 am prepared to shoo
horses, make or repair wagons, buggies and car
riages equal to anv shop in the United States.
Hcrses cured of ringbones, corns, bruises, coa*
traded hoofs, etc., etc.
Orders from the country promptly and carefully
attended to.
All work guaranteed.
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HENRY X. CUSHING'S
TONSOBIALESTABUSHHENT.
Montan» Bt„ - - Dillo n, Mont.
Careful Attention Given to
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING
AND S HAMP OOING.
GKO. M. SfüMCGK, L(!W*r.
ALSO
FIRST-CLASS BATH ROOMS,
FITTED WITH ALL MODERN
CONVENIENCES.
mort- money than at any,him; else by tali
ing an agency for the Iett >elling book
out. Beginners succeed grandly. None
fail. Terms free. Hallst Hc»ok Cj.» Portland,
Maine. i 8
WIN

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