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Men's Neekwear. Hosiery and Underwear, INFANTS' CLOAKS Lundborg's Perfumes, Books Boks. Boks. Crockery and Chinaware,. Ladies' Black Cotton Hose, x lot infants' embroidered Flan- We are the headquarters foron sale this week6-PieceDecorated rcelaiTea We have just received 45o without seams, warranted stain- nelClo, fulllenth, in r the celebrated We place on sale this week 56-Piece DecoratedPorcelainTea ozen of Men s Silk Neckwear, less. THIS WEEK oc. and tan, orth $4. Lu dborg's Perfumes .as,o oo volumes of cloth bound, Set, brown, blue and olive dcs. in Tecks, Puffs, Four .in Hands Children's Fast Black Ribbed THIS WEEK $i.n atmor , comprising books of His orations. and Windsors. All tasty and neat Cotton Hose, guaranteed stain- x lot infants' embroidered lan- Which we are selling at tory, Fiction, Poetry, etc., which THIS WEEK ONLY $5 patterans, goods which usually re- less, worth 35c nel Cloaks, better quality, cream EASTERN PRICES, we have bought' at a very low eachTHIS WEEK oc and tan, worth $4g.o. And our line includes every odor price; all nice, clean fresh goods, xxz-Piece Decorated Dinner Set, which we will sell at the uniform Men's Seamless Fast Black THIS WEEK .5. manufactured b ths wide-re- brown, blue and olive decora ice Cotton Half Hose, worth 4oc. I let infants' embroidered Flan- nowned firm, and all goods sold THIS WEEK ONLY 339c tions. price THIS WEEIb 25 . nel Cloaks, fine quality, cream in original packages, which guar Also full lines of other neck- adies' Jersey Ribbed Vests, and tan, worth $6. antees them free from adultera- All paper bound novels, latest THIS WEEK ONLY $z6,.o a f ioc upward.oc. THIS WEEK $3.50. tion. The latest odors out are: publications, this week wear from zoc upward. Ladies' Fancy Jersey Ribbed r lot infants' embroidered Flan- Swiss Lilac, Tally Ho, Arca- 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT Decorated Chamber Set, assorted Vests, all colors, were 40c. nel Cloaks, best quality,'cream dian Pink, Fascination, Edenia, decorations, $3.75. With cov THIS WEEK 25c. and tan worth $7.5o. Marechial Niel Rose, Goya Lily, ered Slop Jar, $7. Men's Underwear. Ladies' Extra Heavy Jersey THIS WEEK . Alpie Violet. 56-Piece Gold Band Imported Ribbed Vests and pants, were Full line of embro'der.ed Fian- amed PictuesChina Te Set. Imp 90oc. THIS WEEK 6oc. nel Cloaks, Skirts, Shawls, Etc., Sheet Music China Tea Set. Our summer underwear must for Infants' wear, at special sale Sheet Music. - THIS WEEK $ be closed out this week so we Muslin UnderweaU, prices. No one should fail to inspect We carry a full line of beauti- 10o2-Piece Decorated China Din than manufacturers' cast. Ladies' Night Gowns - 6oc, our line of SHEET MUSIC than manufacturer d Summer Sc, $.o $i5, $.6. N GOODS. which we are selling at the nomi- ful pictures suitable for all pur- ner Set, genuine Carlsbad Men's Grey Mixed Summer Soc, $1.oo, $x.35, $1.6o. LINEN GOODS. nal price of oses in " ware. Underwear, regular price $.5o. Ladies' Chemises-45c, 6oc, 5 u nal price of pses, inWEEK $45ware. THIS WEEK 8oc per suit. S5c, $1.oo and upwards. 6x4 Turkey Re Table Cloth, 40o 0l.P R COPY. Men's Lisle Thread Summer Ladies' Skirts-6oc, 85c, $1, 7x4 " " 1.00 We have 2,400 different and Oil, Steel Engravings, Underwear, tan shades, regular $i.25 and upwards. 8x4 ardi distinct titles to select from, in 5$2. 0 Ladies' Drawers - Coc, 6oc, " Cardinal 6on price $2.oo, Ladies' Drawers - 4oc, 6oc, 6x4 " t $1.to eluding the most popular Vocal PhotogravireOS, We are headquarters for THIS WEEK $S.oo per suit. 85c, $t and upwards. 7x4 " 1.35 and Instrumental Music. Men's Normal Mixture French Ladies' Aprons--35c, 45c, 6oc, 8x4 2.oo Catalogues furnished on appli- Wood Engravings, Toys, Dolls, Balbriggan, light weight under- 7oc and upwards. cation, or mailed to any address Toys, Dolls, wear, regular rice $2.50, per sit. cAll sizes white and fancy border table free of charge. Water Colors, Plush . Leather Goods THIS WEEK $1.25 per suit. Men's Night nobesyater Colors, Plushat Leather Gloods 20 dozen Men's FanCy Night Turkish Bath Towels, 25c, Oleographs, Eto., Books, Men's Striped Balbriggan Un- Robes, full length, all sizes, made 30c, 4c" derwear, medium weight, regu- of the best quality muslin, worth Heavy Linen Huck Towels, 250 Linen Damask Towels, 15c, Which we are selling at very low NOVeltieS,C ric-,-Bra lar $3.00 goods, $1.50. This week only 75c. 20C, 25c, 35c 40c, 50c. prices. We have the largest THIS WEEK $1.50. 20 dozen Men's Fancy Night THIS WEEK $50 dozen Men's Fancy Night Fine Damask knotted fringe 25C Fancy Turkish Tidieswere assortment in the city, and invite ay Carriages, Men's Fancy French Ribbed 2iobes, full length, all sizes,much linen towels 25C ancy Turkish Tidies-were ssortment in the city, and invite aby Cg e s5oc. Lisle Thread Underwear, glove better and more elaborate em- 35c and Soc. fitting. Something new; regular broidery, worth $2. This week All linen, fancy center t:dies. THIS WEEK CHOICE 25c inspection of the same. Prices BOyS' agons, Carts, price $4.oo per suit, only $I. new pattern~, 18x36, Foster Kid Gloves in all colors, for framed pictures range in , THIS WEEK ONLY $1.50. Best Unlaundried White Shirts THIS WEEK $1.25 PRICEFROM c to $ Lamps, Games, Men's Fast Black Balbriggan for men and boys that can be All linen fancy center scarfs, 50 Every pair warranted. oc to $20. Underwear, regular price $3.50 found in the city at 5oc and 75c. damaSpecial lines for Bark)rooms and HSxO,liday d dding per suit, Complete line of Men's Fur- Alllinen fancy stril soarf', Fels & Co.'s Glycerine Soap. THIS WEEK $2.oo. nishing Goods at bottom prices, extra heavy, 18x50, 75C THIS WEEK 25c BOX Restaurants. Presents, Eto, . THE BEE HIVE e Sol. Genzberger & Co., 5 N. Main Street. BISMARCK 10 YOUNG MEN The Notable Speech of the Ex-Chan cellor to the Students at Kissingen. When the Speaker Was Young the Schools Alone Stood for Unity. It Is Only by the Power of Blood That the Fatherland Can lie Preserved The Constitutlon. The speech of Prince Bismarok to the German students in Kissingen on Aug. 10, upon the occasion of the presenta tion of the "students' cup" to the great ex-chancellor, has been printed far and wide in the journals of Europe. More than ever is the prince the idol of the German "sons of Muses." It is not prob able that they will forget the lessons which he attempted to teach them. "I thank you, gentlemen," said the urince, "for this beautiful memento. It shall have a prominent place among my treasures, not only on account of its beauty but also on account of its origin. We be long to different generations. I belong to the battling, struggling one of Emperor William I, now about to depart, You be long to the future. "When I entered the university of Goet tingen in 1832 Germany was weak because of its division into more than thirty states. The individual states distrusted one an other and cared less for one another than they did for foreign lands. The only com mon elements in Germany were art and science. Even then there was neither a Prussian nor a Bavarian science; it wase German. The German universities pre served in those days the feeling of unity; they were the bearers of the idea of nation ality. The flame which they started was bright and powerful, but it was not great enough to melt into a congruous mass the various elements in the fatherland. For that the dynasties, the governments and their armies were necessary. Forme: at tempts to realize the dream of unity failed because the dynastic right and the power of blood and iron were underestimated. Without this power and without the aid of the dynasties, no lasting benefit for Ger mnany can be accomplished. That was true in 1848; it is true to-dat. 'I he problem which confronts you, gentlemen-after the unavoidable internal conflicts have been overcome-is one of preservation. If insti tutions are to be preserved they must also be enlarged and improved. But what must be p:eeerved? Above ill things, I wish you in the future to bring the imperial constitu tion niear to your hearts. It is imperfect, bat it w.s the best we could make under tir, circumstances. Guard that constitu t:or; watch zealously that the rights which it grants and pr otecta be nriot circumscribed. I ra not a friend of centralization, as is to bh seen with Paris in France. I s.e the blessings of decentraliza tio.n in the creation of numreous mriers of culture. I do not wish to see cl1 things brought to a coninion level any oire lthan J wish to see the disrtppearance of thIe various national costnruas. "At.in, I say, guard the constitution, ct*e if in corinig years it should not rier.ee you in all rewards. Adviseno change tihat is not agreeable to all interested pa- tie. 'lThat is the first condition of the po It ri:l welfare of the empire. I fear nloth ilr fro.n foreign countries. All foreign r tr:eta will act upon au as hanrmrer-beatir; tlry will st!ienlthin and increase our unit.. Internally I consider the German tendenoy to particularism, to itio in parters, the locus minoris resratential. This tend ency lies in our blood. Just as two regi ments with different uniforms in the same garrison become easily involved in disputes; just as formerly the individual German states looked cross-eyed at one an other, so to-day we have the conflict among the parliamentary fractions which threatens the development of the union. It is difficult to bridge over the chasm between the parties. I consider par liamentary fractionalism a disease whose continuation depends upon the ambition of the politicians. Try to overcome this ten dency to itio in parties, to particularism. If we remain united we can d:ive the devil out of hell. You must accustom yourselves to see in every German the countryman and not the political opponent. "I make this request of you, gentlemen, as the bearers of the national idea at the German universities. You are to transmit that idea, that hope, to coming generations. 1 beg you to drink with me from this cup which stands before me. I drink to the welfare of the German universities, to the prosperity of the German students, whose representatives stand before me, and to their teachers, in the words of the old song: "Vivat membrum unordlibet, Vivant mermbra qaelibet, Simper sinat iu fre." Dyspepsia. That nightmare of man's existence which makes food a mockery and banishes sleep from weary eyes, readily yields to the po tent influence of the celebrated English Dandelion Tonic. It tones up the digestive organs, restores the appetite, makes as similation of food possible and invigorates the whole system. All druggists sell it at $1 per bottle. Pleasant Journeys. Pleasant journeys can always be had via the Wisconsin Central line. The employes are courteous and obliging, the sleeping and dining cars and day coaches are peers of any in the northwest. The leaving hours at principal terminal points are conven lent, and the detots are centrally located. Altogether it is the most desirable route in either direction between St. Paul, Minne apolin, Ashland and Duluth and Milwaukee and Chicago. Try it and be convinced. Are You Suffering From back ache, inflammation of the blad der, driuk dust deposit or stone in the blad der, or in fact any derangement of the kidneys orurinary organs? If thusafflieted do not lose time and waste money on worth less liniments and worse plasterR but strike at the seat of the disease at once by using the greate.,tof all known remedies, the cel ebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Pleasant to take, purely vegetable. Satisfaction every time. Things Worth temembering. That it is dangerous to stand near a tall tree or spire during a thunder storm; that the southwest corner of the cellar is the "cyclone safety point;" that there is no medicine so universally applicable to sick ness as fresh air and sunshine; that blowing out the pas, before retirrmg is funny-to everybody except the mllan who tries it; that you may swear as hard as you please, but it will not remove grease spots; that the Wisconsin Central is the most popular route to Milwaukee, Chicago, and points east and south. For tickets, etc., apply to ony ticket agent. Sateramairro Maners. Bat time changes minds as well as mas ner, though even now when making changes from one eirele to another, it often requires that adaptability which could be said found in one who has automatic man, aers. However, such radical eharnes not only appear in drawing-room repartee, street dress, etc., among people, but also .9 Ike eoinvulenees and luxuries afforde: mankind. Railroad travel is one iustane. A few years aRe, comparatively, one had to consume much valouble time in an uncom. Fortshle way to make what is now thought nothing of as a night's journey in a sleeper. The most inodern equipment and trans portation facilities can be forund on the fao;t trains of the Minneapolis & St. Louis railway to Chicago, St. Louis, Ilot Springs, Kansas City, etc. Irunqire of any agent of the company, or C. M. Pratt, generalI titces sad paseeager agent. Mineausolis. Mia. A SACRIFICE. After an extraordinary rush upon our stock of Wines, Cigars and Liquors, after our positive announcement that we must close out, we have now on hand that must be closed out immediately Fifty-Five Barrels of Bond & Lillard Spring of 1887 Whiskies, Besides numerous other brands, that we will close out either in part, by the gallon or barrel, or the entire outfit, at PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH YOU. Cigars, Wines and Fancy Liquors are still being offered at PRICES NEVER BEFORE HEARD OF. We wish to announce to the family trade that we are able to stock their cel lars and pantries with the most delicious Whiskies, Wines and Fancy Liquors at prices never before heard of. We still wish to impress upon the minds of the public that when we say that we must positively close out WE MEAN BUSINESS. Give us a call. I.L. ISRAEL & CO. THE COOK AMALGA1MATO R. THE COOK AMALGAMATOR may take the plaoe of the ordinary mill tables and operate close up to the bat!eries, or it works with splendid results on the tailings frou other nmalgamatiang devices. It is CHEAP. DESIRABLE AND EFFICIENT. and will save ninety-nine per cent. of all the metals which will amalgamate, he matter how fine, and the floured quick in the tailings from other amalgamating apparatus. 'There are very many places in Montana where the Cook Amalgamator will pay for itself every month. [ Will Guarantee Satisfaction Where I Advise the Purchase. SEND FOR CIRCULAR. G. C. Swallow, Helena, Sole Agent for Montana. Having declined the place of State Mine Inspeotor, I am now prepared to examine and report on mines, and aid in buying and selling the same. I have had forty-five years' experience in minining. . C. Swur.ow. See Amalgamator at my Office from 9 to 12 A. 1M. TH.IE OL DEST FI'M IN TE., CIT',. SCLARKE, CONRAD CURTIN;. AJDWARE -ANSTOVES. We now have upon our floor Reffi[erators, the Finest and Most Complete Lawn Sprinklers, Ice Boxes, Lines of all kinds of Rubber Ice Cream HOUSE Garden Hose, SFreezer, FURNISHING GOODS Hose Reels, Hose Nozzles, and at prices to suit everybody. Lawn Mowers, *IRON AND STEEL MINING SUPPLIES.* TE.',.'O.O.P NO. AO. s. AL.IrN ST.