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CLOAKS.
Paris, lherlin, London styles.
Those man made, all wool,
fine Worumbo Chinchilla and
single and double-breasted
Coats, Alsatian horn buttons,
high storm collars, black .nd
navy, is the prettiest coat and
also the most remarkable for
value of this season. Im
por ted Cheviot Jackets, Golf
and Voyageur Capes, Tailor
Made, Homespun Serge, and
line Covert Suits. Prices in
describably low.
Take Elevator to Cloak
Floor.
I'IlPORTED DRESS GOODS
Wonderful 'Merchandising.
This week's trade will afford conclusive proof to all lovers
of economy, to all sharp, bright, shrewd shoppers, that we
mean henceforth to do all the Dress Trade of Ileleua. HJere
are the means by which we propose to attain that end. New
Camel Hair Serges for Suitings in exquisite dye and finish.
New Camel Ilpir Serges for Suitaing, exqulsite dye and flinch,
in navy., browns, wine, tans, cardinals, etc., etc., 46 inches An
wide, 85o a yard. lieduoed to.......................L...... 1"
New Roubaix Finish Serge., in black and all colors, inoluding
opera shades; the market value $1.10 a yard. Rodueed to.... 0 C
Columbia and Bengaline Cords for Suiting.. This season's
importations, everybody's price, in blacks sand all colors, new- 7,9
set shades, to., etc., 1.26 a yard. Reduced to..............
Extra novelty in Ladies' Cloth, tylish, new colorings, lovely 40
suitings, selling price 750 a yard. Reduced to............... 1J
Imported Frenob all wool Orepon, newest shades, evening tints,
etc., etc., usual price $L20 a yard. Reduced to............ ..
Black and colored Silk Finished Henriettas at specially
reduced prices. New and superior Covert Cloths just arrived.
EIDERDOWN QUILTS
In Cretons and Silk Coverings are pretty as well as con
tributory to luxurious comfort. See our prices.
BONDED SOME GOOU ONiS&.
I. N. Cook eeooes Severat Mimes at the
Healer of Hl.
A. Ti. Cook. the state 'nuditor, ha
ust handed for himself and oth(r par
lea three valuable properties at the
lead of Basin-the Josephine, th1e Na
)oleon and the Mitte. The bond on the
titte and on the Napoleon is for $40,
100. That on the Josephine is for more.
rhe exact amount is not known, but
a understood to be $60,00 or $7i,01so
3oth bonds run for two years. The
(itte Is developed to a depth of 2()
'et, and the Josephine nearly 300
e:et. The latter has also some fine
nachinery on it, which accounts for
the difference in price. The first class
e'sa on these properties run largely
I silver and the second class ore is
shtly valuable for the gold. Quan
ities ,of the ,silver ores have been
hipped to the East Helena and the
acoma smelters and have returned
rnm $100 a ton upward. The lessees
ave arranged to put a large force of
nen to work on the properties at
nee.
Oarseman and Wlre fPil Apart.
Los Angels, Cal., Oct. 23.-Pr. A. F.
hiffman has been granted a divorce
rom his wife. Katherine i. Rhlffmnn.
nd the custody of his two hlildren. The
arties to the suit are well known, not
nly in Los Angeles, but throughout the
orthwest. The wife is the daughter of
. I. N tlckney, of St. Paul, presaldent of
he Chicago-Great Western road and one
f the wealthiest men In Minnesota. ]r.
hiffman was one of the leading dentis:;
f 8t. Paul, and was prominent an an
mateur oarsman, being a member of the
amnlls it. Paul boat club fur a nllumer
f years.
Cate•rrh anmel t N Cured
lih local applilotions, as they cannot
each the seat of the disease. Citarrh is a
Iood or constitational diseas, and in or.
er to iare it you must take intrrnal reme
toa. Hall's Caterb ('or .a taken iate -
slly and ats direotl r on the blond oind
ucuous sorfaces. Hat.'s 'Catarrb Ourj is
nt a quack mediclne. It was pr scr.bed
y one of its beet physislans in this coun.
ry for years, and Il a regular pr,.'oription.
t is composed of the bet toolos known.
mbiued with the bes Ibloodu parlio e.
eting directly on the macone sarteese.
he e orfect combination of the two inare
leats l what prodsens sash wonderful re
atls in oartin eatarrb. eand tor es1ti
onlals, free.
F. J. ('nersy & Co., Prot riotors.
Toledao (.
Eold by drlglstas. price 7T i onte.
Italon Pao fto yst*In1.
Overlllnd train leave Ilelena at I:30 a.
* daly for h.lt Lake. Denver. Portland,
a Franiosco, Omaba, Kansas Ci(ty. t.
uts. Chbleso and all eastern pointe.
Wee land train arrive. at Helena at ;:10 p.
. daily; through 'nllman and olonalst
*eping Ca'e; legin nt ohair and dllting
',l.
For frtbher information. mare folders,
teeo .to., eal on or add aem
H. O. Win.sot., . & 1'. A.,
Hlelen, Mont.
laby carrie" at closing prices at The lie.
ve.
A lalgelitaful Trip.
Vim Ball Lake and Denver to ('hicago and
Seast. A dip n theb great alt lake or a
we day's visit at Maniton F priage, allt
led at the foot of Pikes leak, cannot be
sale eon tIbl cotmient.
'ullman dining ear route. For rates,
c.. all at the Union a'olie oioe, No. 3d
robth Man street, lHelema.
HI. 0. Wa1ao,,
1'teengel Agelt.
Sa tranaeenlo..tnetl Jourone nothing can
p out of the cars the 'ole.alo ash or alksal
I raised bI the whirl of the seslan, triln.
t the Ulmrt horheru II eantirely free from
" neoaaoe. It runs thbrouh umnmad doserte
A its roadbed is rook balla.ed.
TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES.
Washington, Oct. 22.-The cash balance
in the trasury to-day was $112,766,,189; gold
reserve. $6,461,115.
Topeka, Oct. 22.-A telegram from ex.
Rpeaker Thos. B. Reed informs the re.
publican committee that he will not be
able to speak in Kansas this campaign.
Washington, Oct. 22.-Assistant Engi
neers Potts. Bowers and Kammerling
have been apopinted a board to conduct
of steam trial of the torpedo boat Erric.
son next Wednesday.
Ban Franlsero, Oct. 22.-The jury be.
fore whom John W. Flood was tried for
the embezzlement of $164,000, funds of the
Dlonohue-Kelly bank, while employed as
the bank's cashier, failed to agree and
were discharged this morning.
A oemseueld Treasea,
D. W. Faller, of OasJobarle. N. Y., says
that he a'ways keeps Dr. Klag's New Dis
covery in the hose mad his family hsal
ways found the very beat results follow Its
ass; that he would not be withous it t. pre
traable. D. A. Dikemean drgglets, Cats.
kill, N. Y., sars that Dr. Klneta New Dis
covery ls unldobtedir tte beot oseah
remedy; that he has sed it Ia his famlly
for eight years, and it has mever failed to
do all that ei eslamed for it. Why mot try a
remedy so loan tried and tested. Trial
bottles free at Perohea-D'Aeheul Drug Co.
Regular sise MOe and $1.
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I, w r wltekmea'se retherbeed.
Kansas City, Oct. 22.--Fifty dele
gates, representing switchmen ftoin all
parts of the country, met here to-day
for the purpose of organizing a new
switchmen's brotherhond. E. I).
Sweeney, of Jersey t'ity. was elected
temlporary chairmran. After the ap
pointtment of t conmmittee ,n creden
tials, the questol n as to the nnme for
the' org..ltizatlrn was discussed, hut no
,conhlusi n was reaehed. The clonen
toin amdjourne, untln to.-nmrrow morn
Ing, when the n'tu.l work of r,-r
ganizinhg will giKln Tornlght i grand
nm mulet was giv'n by local 1jig.' A.
1, -f the switchmen's iunion.
SIpeelfle for Croup
"I conalder Cha(mberlnia'a Cough Itomedy
a speciflo for croup. It ll ve y pleasant to
take, which is one of the most important
requisites where a routh remedy is in
teuded for use among children. I have
knrown of cess of oroup where 1 know the
hfe of a little one was arved by the on of
('hantber:.en's Co(gh eb medy." J. J. L%
(irau,., dragallt. Aeosa, Neb. tO Osut bot
ties for ales by all drogigsta.
Chief Iirta lle hille.d
(lll ajlall ilnt . ,M1 , ().'. :2' a)111nt,' l po
It,. rp trt that( lt y o o ln O.k A inti.to
t'1 ,*h ., th t t notdl hnn 11 , hier. In the
n111u11 i.n111"+ n h'ot hii to lderth. S "tt.lI
of hlI Il lpertt.' hI, lI ~.Ftd w lr w lllltdt l i1iI
fi.ri..n' ('t(rr is sold on a guarantee. It
cmurs loincient oanauomthoo. It is thb best
roiugh cure. Only one cent a do.,. 21 osats,
10 cents and $1. For sale by .a oben.
1)'Acheul DL)ru (o.
Itrrloents ('pt rnl.
T ,'I " to l . "I o n . x , t < e I lt i ton lr , -
h. the 111 to lo tant ota r . t 1 ri )1. r1 ,
ai IT th h" allag' of' .i 'III . rhi' ,ila
It.tr, tnd killed V'1 't, 1 faotr ntu
plm, ' 'l'h,' 14'.Sto, t th w ,., tI,
tIl. m n nlll line arelJ tI, ..I, In 'hld
IIi Laitigt t o All t.
R.eelaee' Araiea ea we.
Tbe beat as wev in thel worl to for Cats
I.rutseo, Isere (Ve'1e, Malt Itbeam, Fever
So. s o, Telte, Ukapped IHandl Obuiblains
('ors and sll hbls Nlitptios. s and post
tively eares riols, or asno per requ d. It is
gsaranteed to gilve reteot setltefaotl or
mosey orefnded. rcelo 6 seate pe boe.
For aus by the ParoL-he.s-1YAhel rty
l iSDmS
Originators of Low Prices.
LADIES.
'the diffculty which at flrst eight you must experience in trying to com
prebend our Low Price quotations this week to partly overcome by a carefsl,
oeamlnation of the figured, but the problem is only cpallo of solution by u
visit to our store and there making a close oomparsn of quahtltes anll irioos.
The bargain offerings In all departments are, this week l.articularly, so stun
ningly below even the very lowest of those priro.cuttwig Enstern house as
to excite your wonder! It is our biggest effort!!
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
In our excessive zeal to eclipse all competitors wc have placcd
on our Bargain Counters for this week's sale only:
i Case Fine Decca Twist Muslin. c Yard
At...................................
We will also place on sale for this week only
one case Printed Cotton, choice coloringsr 5C Yard
for Dresses, at ...................... Yard
In addition to which we offer I Case Indigo
Blue Dress Prints at................ 5 Yard
OUTING FLANNELS.
Those soft, fine, plushy, warm, seasonable winter goods,
which are a desideratum of every household we will sell
this week:
i entire case Outing Flannel at the absurdly
low price of...................... 5C Yard
COMFORTABLES.
Or the homely word "Quilt," makes us mindful of the win
ter blasts. He who neglects securing one of those life preserv
ers now selling so cheaply at Sands Bros. deserves to be visited
with chills, aches, etc. The Bed Comforter is a specialty with
us both as regards prices and quality.
BLANKETS.
The "rush" for those heavy saxony, highly carded, well
scoured, all-wool, Sanitary Blankets, still continues. The value
indicates the sad havoc in the price of wool when we contracted
for our Winter Stock of Blankets. We bought them cheaper
than anybody and our selling prices are therefore the hlwest in
this country. Full size Blankets only 75c a pair.
On and after eaoday. JauI l. the
IONTANA STAGE CO,
Will change their seoadulo sad roa
Daily 4-Horse Coaches
-BKTWUXN
Great Falls and Lewistown
Making the Trip in One Day.
Via Belt, Armington, Core, GeIser
Grafton, Stanford Utica
and Philbrook.
Close connection at Lewistown foi
the GreaL.Minining Camps of
Gilt Ed, Sptta Horse and Maiden
Com'ortable Four-Horse Concort
Coaches.
Best of Stock, Fast Time, Carelu
Drivers.
Uood meals and accommoda
tions.
Prompt attention to Passenger
and express.
J. J. DAVIS, Superintenden
N OTICE TO ILECOI.d - TO THl
Selectors of lteglet raon Distriot No
2, eomprlelgl the I oaod, Frrtlh sa
Seventh wards of the oty of Helean
Lewis sad Clerheo seay, state of Men
teas:
The eadoreJiged, ressetrv agent for Ni4
diserie, hereby gives motte that he will si
fur the purpose of resAitratien of roters
within seek and every preolnet of his ele.
tion dlstrlet, opeon the datiw and at k
places as follows:
In Preelset No. 8, Ward 4, Oet. 9, 10 aot
11, at the Orsedon obtel, Warren steest; i
I eolaot No. 4, Ward 2. Jet. 12 and l1, a
10o B osdway (foermriv lnde.e mdolt of
Ics)t is peolnst No. 7, 'lard 4, ()e. 1
aend 10 at No. 202 North Itodoer at Sl; II
Y saleet No. 8 Ward 2, Oet. 17 and In, a
408 Ireeklarides streel; in Prsesiat No. 14
Ward 7. Oet. 19 and 20, at 124 Rightb rve
nee; in P'resiatc No. 11. Ward 7. Oct. 2
and 99. at 687 H oedway, serner of IteatS1
street; Ptrelnet No. i. Ward 4. ()et 24, 2f
2,, 27. 0 and A0, at the Oresdos hetel
Warren street.
'rTh bomrne offe will be at the (randot
hotel. The boast for registretiom will b
Som 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. (omittoing lt
hours from 12 to I and 6 to 7 p. m.) on al
legal days from Wet. 9 to Oct. i), both In
elusive. D. H. Waets.
It.eistry Agest.
;Helsen. Mont., Oe1. . 14. i.
N')I I(E I IllllEI'Y O1'lFN TIIAT Till
t1 ime for the rei atration of the aimes
of the qualified erl tore in E sotlon I)es
trict No. II. in the county of lewis eaf
('lark* and lstate of Montana. rrior to the
rnermlal election, to h. held on T.. aday. the
liets dlay of Novemnbe., 11it, for the saik
county of Lewis and ('larh., will epire a
ton o'clock '". in. n tise thirtieth day e
October. A. 1). 1M.4.
The nsant of the several pesolnelt 0
ro Ilnt plane. embraeod In said E.ietlo
l:etrie N,,. II, ate as follows: 1limin
and Little Jenant prerinets
J.un AI. Itit t. Itesistry A ent.
Election Il)Itriet No. II. Inwise nd Clarks
county. Montana.
011rli K FORi I'UIIl.CATItN.
1'. N Leann Orratu 1
list e., MeonLt. Ip.p :10 14. -
( renlaliet ia..ug hoon eseredl at this ofile
br Mtmr H. Ituseellt aalast Williea I. vrtman
for heandolal- hi. IOImeiad ontry imt. S.I1
mtazed et. 10 I19. upno then N * ty, 4 oy Nt
and *e to 4as It .ction 10, towasbIp 1i Im. cas i
w. in iwtsa and tlnrk* Oeset, Meatama. with a
view In the vanecllatl.o it said enytr, tie sat,
p4rties are hereby enmtmoned to appear at this
utIe ,a the llet dta of I' etobetr. 149, at It
,'rlook a, mi , to rep and a uratah testlmob,
coneaserasing aid sll~ hedoa7ment
lteeeivwe.
N OTICE TO ELEOTORS-TO THE
eleseses of reltetration district No. 4
smplimles East aelesa. Preme Bar and
pOsne of Lewis sad Clarks eouaty. sMate
of Montau. TMhe nderimnsed registry
oaget for said distriots hereby ltroes notl
that he will sit to- Itt purpose of regis
I slon of voters within ahb and every
trutlet of his eleotilo ditrlelt pon the
deats sna at the pleoe as fellows:
Is pe't*llt No. 80, Eat Heleas. Ot. 9.
10, 11. 1*, 184 16 end 17 at the resideneo
of J. 8. Olerk on Maet street, test Helens.
Is rirslet No. 81,. Ot. 18. 19 and Yo as
Bate'se hase on Caryos Forry road and
Speokehe usth
At prelane W. .0, O*e. 12, 241, S 23,
27. 39 aad 80 it the resideme of J. 14. Clark
os Mals strolee Eaut Relens.
The bese oMSe will be as the reIldoene
et J. P. Clark o minMle strot East Helene.
The hbe a ter registration will be from 10
a.. t. 1oll 10 p. m. (omittlel the boatr from
1 to one and Olt to seven p. n.,) on all
legal days from Ot. 9 to Oct. 0., both in
enlsiva J. B. CLtaua. Registry Agent.
East HBlena, Moat., O:. 8. 1896.
No. 3477
APPLICATION IORl A PATENT.
U. 8 LAntn Orrzer.
HUnrI.A. Mont.. Sept. O. IR94.
Notion is hereby lgven that John Cameron sad
ight C. Liles, of Ilimitni lewis and t larks
sountr. Montneam and kdward Modoverr, whose
stofios addeM is buttA. bitver how countr.
tesnan and William S waoesy, of ITwn bridges,
sdon oounty. Moo, ns, and Louis Iaileyr. of
tvetr hw onuaty. Montana. have this day fulld
theirappilostlon for a iatent for 1,iO linear feet
of the . nuolr lode mine or v..n bearing old
and slilver, with surface gronnd from aM5. rest
0tl00 fee i width. situated in no organiln
mtalig dietriet. oounty of Jefforsou. sant state
of Motan. and desigasted by the field notes
ad ofela plat on his t tthis otioe as survey
No, 380. in township $ north, ralgel vet, of
prinelipal bas line and moradiaa of Mentana,
s~ld survey No g0I0 being as follews, to.-.t
Olegionts at coruer No. . a tree I ft is dlam
sler, marked I 3MtU. for corner No 1, from
whleh corner No I of survey No I774 boars n 24
doeg i m ll Lt I fIt. It and tie no corner of *so
t. tp n. raw, bean n 0s delg 43 min o A.II.a
ft ad raisilng from theneoo n :1udlet .itd mtin w
1.I71.4 ft. theLe e 17 ledg and'i T rut w i,,. ft,
theses ; der Uitll min I.fo ft. thence .n 17 dogr
m riton it iL ft no atti corner \o. I a',i tho
place o.f Ihlnuinr. magnet. tsrit.t io . ,t g
MUi nin e. rontatltnn ii J', acro.
i h loeatlona of thie. tiun Is luc'r i.i .u :.,.
comulllty recorder ' o(tro of .1fller.., . ,n yl'
Mnt her.l areL ubon re l Doinillg cllsla.
my and all perouus ,la allnlt adlv,,r', si
pot ies of sali Untel lod... niin. or purfae
grolnd are reqnired I, file their iadvelrn cialm1si
with the regleter of the I nttel tot at,. inl I olth .e
iat IIla . in the state of M nutat.s. duratlllg Iti
Slsty day.' period of Itublltatiou r oret., or ihii.
wi 1 I batrrel by virtue oft nI the prv.ons o0 it
statute. W . at I\ t od.t.or
Mt.rnling At Mmily, attorneys for claiitma:t
Iirst I ablloetilon opt :'. It1.v.
OTI('E--TO THE I1.1(I10 (]F
Sre'istration distriot No. 1. comnprtsilly
I'naonviOls aed bthe First. Third and al th
wards isn helen, desloneted *speootlvely ns
the ,vententh ( 17hb), Fi at I let), M.o tl,
(dI L, ifth itbi. Bllth iiit; ), Nlui h :11lt1
sad loath (10th) preclnots. lAwis nid
('ltrke ontaly, MoAtaMn.
'IT undersligned registry agent for asid
distriot hereby gries notie that h+ will sit
for the purpose of reglstratohn of votoln
within seash and every precinto In hisi str
tlon distriet upon the datse and at the
places slimed as tolols:
OatoiFr 9. 10, II -'.ayte's hotel, lItol~emn,
for ipr. inot No. A. Third ward.
toitert 12, 1 -i'bll ('ones·te' s store.
I'ntitrl I.. for treinolt No. I;.
Octohnt, 16"- 1C--6 ntato street, lhlens,
for pli.vlnlo No. 1. F.irst ws!ld
)0 it I $i--Htrltol hoiuse uille, Ieluitn ,
for p 'eclnst No. V. Firet warl.
cti,. 1:9, 20--Usolea 4 (omnmist n t'uit
pany'c Isoe, No. fl Month i'nrk street, f,.r
preeinet No. it Third ward.
tGlot J2. 9l--Iaoiei house, for p ectinet
N.,. In, Fiftth ward.
lot 14, 25--H. II. Ashley's livery., 14
I'ak avenue for preeinet No. 9, Filth
ot. ti. 27, l)h -- alp n0e's hotel, for pro
0lust No. A. Third warl.
iak bomse omes will be at l'ytne's hote'
Ito ha s of regltlratllun will be ltwe., it
lit ,'look a. in. and 10 o'clock p. m. ,on ll
legal dys. omitting the ihurs from I.' t
tonlle' I. and elI to seven p. mu., Itrm o tt.
SIto tlot. 30, hboth nin l.sv .
8. C. (hi.ptOtttaae. It,,istry Agent
lHelena, Meat., Vot. 4 1 .4.
FURS.
Everything in furs is
represtented in our sto. k.
All that tast, ;n.l skill
could at ,,rrnllli'h, all the
( hoit t t novelti. ", all the
bet :al11. anid superior
quilit ili, and all that is
liih, c't lusivc in style and
dependah,le for wear, we
have right here. Astra
t han t aC'Se, •electric seals,
I'errian lambh, London
dyed Malskili ja, kits, all
n w.st sh;,lpn4, ful skirt,
hlee'. e anti t ollto. :;'te:
our hlatterelld-dowv., il .. i e4
'a k e Ic le v a to r tQ l u r fl o o" :
LINENS.
In fine ingi, anI Cd di,i,( ltIl4., , I I T .i. 11, lI n , (f .... Iib ' ,
nlo capI) ;,s ci,, a t ¶ nilllt ,id th,'i,,1u h It , 4! r 1..i
In Tow,l s an(ti ''owClthnig no I' tlec i, n.,, h .
pretlntions to sell at our :lta;ldu ( I r;, In i .,
excel everlybody for tholouhghnl e ,t(Ii nii Ii ns ituI , n '," I, Ih
iiig and durability, and :as eg rd ;t I r. e , . ",,, .. : , ,
are a household word in I lelena :nl tihr ,,i u' ., t.
SI LKS-SATI NS=VELVETS
Extraordinary exhibition- the chowoest productions of ear r: ndk pro
ducing country. A grnnd dlsplay of foreigrn arl l1 nu,.lt , Nv.,iveltIn in
Broche and Pekin Moires, Miroite Antiqu.. Ia shiiioh.l,. ,\rAlltlrl, ( 'r~ tal;l ,
in all the new shades. IAok at the priiers, jult 4ton Ih on1 . o),rnm 'lk
Velvete in black and all the new colorings. Sn"+n vlry , .*Ip .unb.rs Iln
cluded In our recent purchases will be on bole Monday and all week. AmonIg
them will be those Faney Polka l)ot and those dreamyl, t'wo-tonel cut Vol
vets now so fashionable in Parls.
Carpets, Rugs, Curtains.
New arrivals in Carpets, all make., newest ldeigns and every yard of
them purchased by Sands Bros. at the reduced tariff prces. A rare chance
to secure the very beat carpets at unprecedentedly low prices.
The sale of "Renaisance" Art Lace Curtains continues, and those with
Point D'Esprit centers are charmingly attractive.
Those Japaneu. Tinsel Portieres of Oriental design are very carious
speiomens of eastern artistce skill in textile fabrics, andl the "Moyot.i" rugs
are fantastlc In design, and the brightest creations of the Jape' inventive
gamins. Take elevator to Carpet Floor.
Mail orders receive prompt and careful attention.
We Are Now In Receipt of the Finost Stock o
STOVES
IN THEI CITY.
_ . 'l Wood and Goal f~eaters
--Al.SRO--
+-,',, COOK STOTVS AND IINGES
1 q For Wood or Coal.
,'JORLD -
"L" " HARDWARE,
IRON ANX) NAILS,
S.-2 H1 louse FtIurniIlil"' (foods
d o.f O AlL I..NI,
CLARKE & CURTIN.
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