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I:.EIN. Tt->.\YV a solemn sacriice will he offered to the Sun by the Chinese Imperial family. Th:s is the most sohlemn ceremnony in the C'hi:nee re ligin and hIas not been per. formed before for a century. It will be a secret affair to pro pitiate the Sun for the preser. avation of the ua.urping dynasty and the tumbling Empire. If you knew half the com fort that comes through the wearing of a Mackintosh we'd sell you one to-day. They take the place of the fall overcoat and are ready for any sort of weather. Mackintoshes, detachable capes, in colors and black, $7.50 to $10.00. And the very swell blues and blacks with velvet collar, with or without cape, $15.oo and $20.o0. We want the Suit of Clothing we sell you now to help sell you one next spring-that's what makes us so particular as to quality. Men's Suits, in any style frock or sack coats, grey mixed, blue or black, $9.00 and $10.oo. Men's Suits of highest grade and elegant finish, single or double breasted, black or grey, $15.oo. In the corner window you'll find a display of "Brownie," "Fauntlerov" and "Jack Tjir" Suits for the little ones. You'll find that very little money will buy a great d;dal of wear and style and satisfaction in thliis line. Jaeger Underwear is sorth knowing about. \V'e think you'd buy it if you did know more about it. A postal card wi!l bring you a catalogue and sam ples. Knox I Eats in Stiff, FIeora and Crush. Stejtson Soft I lats in every hake and color -purcly thCre's something to suit \von. Just in t!ime fi~r the crinong Coldi EtcttlWcI C are ,v' I launeC Shirt Waists, Mithteos' Friend sty'li, at 7ýc, SI, o, Iýo. For men '1 ho wear \lIa kinaw Cloth ng v'Vc a b~unr iful sul piy ----at right pr;i -adro cf right qu;alitv. I )on't nec·:' t! xur \I· Lv\· in11 1'lcr now~i·t anc'9~vtl t· t! '~i; ; t t ri an imt,", n sr In~ of , tc k and four-in-hjn, at 2 3k', ýý, 7I 5 cAIANs& t¶LE IN. THE TRUE RINC TO Il An Address Issued to the Colored Voters of the State of Montana. It Tells Them Who Are Their Friends and Who Their Enemies The Afro- Amrleee HelU.sa.-hr-LhVapl. tal Ciab em the l1usae of the To the Colorel Citizonr of Montana: W'h n lreat ,xi.nrl 'w atrle that in a.V litllIln. r pIrIt in t.l ouar go'vernment, wh thtr Igenrer.lt or Il',al, tihe colored Imal haI alwaysa hit' ii tflund true anll loy:al. Of all na llollnities ir raees with ln the b rdtera of this great and glor toIIa Collltrv. floe are more firm In thilr betlef or c. nviit an rn a r rtaiing true Amlerican printpiules than t are iw, through whoase .ln. the Wlood of Hamt flows. When'ver sant wherever a blow Is levelcd at the interest. or welt.re of any community of colored citizen.. It InatIlter not how, or by whor`, th'tt stroke, like the visitation of some drea:ded plague, permeates the atmosn phere, andl eacl'h Iand evea \ry one of ua tufTer more or Irans romn tho tlighting In tl unc'e. The fair name of our state is nsqal'ed by foreign powers, the prosperi'y of five hundrcd colored 'itllzeis of ielena 1:1 Jeolpardized, and the "Afro-American Htelena-for-the-Capital club" appeal to their brethren, you who lov'' your race, you who are lay li to ev,'ry cause, throughout the length and breadth of Montana, to stand stLd 'a.t andr true in this great battle agai'i+t injusthce and oppression. t'phold and maintain the reputation you have naeuired, and cave our beloved state fr .m shame and thousands of dolla:-s worth of property owned by your fellowv colored citizens from delreclation. The iron cliva of cor porate infernalism 1 as always crushed out the black man from every fac tory or workshop, and the Allnaconds copper company Is no exception to the rule. This question of locating the pernla nent capital is a very grave one, and our colored brothers in neighboring clites should not bend their knees to petty nonsense. Take not the shadow for the substance. IHe not flattered by honeyed words, nor blinded by lying Judasea who prate about prejudice against the colored man in Helena. While we do not claim to be visited by angels, yet some of us can boast of being pioneers, not only of Montana. but of Helena, and have resided and labored midst the fairer complexioned citizens of this now beautiful city since its inception. Wealth has been accumulated, and we can proudly say that whether professional men, merchants or labor, s oe sought, our city can produce them in black as well as white. Practically, there is no more prejudice shown in Helena on ac count of color than in any other city in Montana. Our business men are as pros perous as the average citizen and are patronized by all people alike. Would our friends and brothers throughout his state he persuaded by the blandishments and fallacies of a known enemy rather than lend a help ing hand to their friend? We cannot be li.ve that you will prove recreant or faint-hearted by taking a leap in the dark. In the name of all that is dear to us. in the name of posterity, let it not go forth to the world that the colored man, b)y voting for grasping corpora tions and trusts, erected a barricade against himslf. We cannot conlllude this address with out reiterating that the accusations ap plied to Helena concerning the preju 11,c on account of colr, are base false hoo'.ds, manufactured in the minds of hirelings for the sole purpose of poison. ing your minds against our ,anutiful city. Our prosperous cndlition, the acumulation of thousands of dollars' worth of r a:,l ,' t~t. the Inexce.lled npportunities nil it intlltlge which Ilelena afforls anmi hbllis ut to the 'nllred nman speak fer u. II it I th I i- .,o nmni y and gravi i, iit il stlntilall n tnlles, cailing upon .\ y nlmn , f olr rmi,' to cast his vote ui t I ixl h lay of N, t. tnher fr liel ýIi( fir the 'rUi tal ; M IL :., President. 'i. J. 1A :1 Nt i:lt ,. Kid ambnrio only five .ant. per ardat The flee llive Card. 'r,, f I: ,n, r rf th- lTwn1io n eln nt. II hI,. Ittb pi . n 1ut 1 y ith' w irkprs ..I th li l 11.. r.I.t l ' )n n 'l t.tto r Ini Jr - .I uiItu that I an, rlIl Onýºd tO 11 I ý ; h t ' -a n;itl ] 1 ,!.h to stabt I t. . I ht :v i 1,'Lat .,1n Ihr .RlllrllI t , I ' .Iti llr t' k. lt isr .I' ff.lr.y ] ýýý, , . I.' l f' k en t " , r .Irt Rh . -t." 'r ul tIlr 1i , ia, l y .qý- on it. . po t, Iltllt', J. %.. M1tNAIAN., 1)r...atterns at The I ee live ohal,er than Ferllet medcla'l. Ifli'anl urndrwear fllr lurle all woos fry Si tar nut tun e.rna at Ite fles Ii rl a rgllu.ar $.t vlie. - .i l.)TI. n l'aetorine. Having over one thouaand aores of the best pasture wtll pastere horsue at $3 pvr month. Itanh hkown as tlhs trrr. Prealt, riaol, seven and oner-hal ruilies orlthasl of Ielerli Inqgair o' J. I'. Aliea., Coar li.nrs* flqare Stall., or Hne a.rdi lltt livery stable. lNorth Mla sltreet ('~aa Iinie, *..a. r" uy I·1 lru.s y r.t!.rn a Ih' HNee Iflr. wlt I, 'u.iuw aý I t id.d as o.y ., ap s ra, a r r.ii raea nadorwtu M rn4u'ndI urlr, at Il,, 1'eritea rtao.. r*Iith \)·rd, 1I'retnLP N.. 11, r.mo,v lrr I flute boat, to 14O0 I1.1... a,..... I'r,.aell No. 1'!, pao. at l3OtJ IkIela Is Yes five 1. b M:!rgata·. dar alicuauay five Srnt. M at av~ta at e.. Alt thfse deslrl fial papere will appli to the demetat(le ceanty oomwitto,, third floor of the .allry block. Gi.u I ho AiN Ihve fur ho.i.rr end ud4,r wear. T IHE official reports show that no baking powder received an award over the Royal at the Chicago World's Fair. * The judge of awards on baking pow der writes that the claim by another company to have received the highest award is false; that no such award was given to it. The Royal Baking Powder is the purest and strongest baking powder made, and has received the highest award at every fair, wherever exhibited in competition with others. tYM BAKING POWDR 00.,10 WALL ST., NEWWORI. NOT THOSE KIND OF FOLKN. Am Aamesada Beedle Maa Pate le oeet at It aSt Mw Chiloge. O. W. McConnell and M. 8. Ounn have been discussing the capital issue before the people of Deer Lodge and Granite counties during, the past week. Large and enthusiastic meetings have been held in Drummond. Bearmouth, New Chicago. Stone Station and Garrison. In the places mentioned Helena's friends are increasing in numbers every day. At New Chicago the traveling boodle dis tributer was present, and after the meeting had adjourned Insulted the good people of that place by saying that they were for Helena when Helena's speakers were there, and that they would all be for Anaconda when the Anaconda men visited them. Itn ian unage more forcible than elegant, a dozel men called the boodle man down. He at once took his departure, and has not been seen or heard of since. REGISTER! I I egal blatks at ti.. etens Haie yoes preeard su of tbh LCaivral Fash ion Meathly.? ItEGISTER! I A Capital Oeesams Matehb. The Catholic Ladies' Literary and Erenevolent Society are getting up a capital guestsing contest for the benefit of St. Joseph's Orphans' Home. Cou pon tickets will be. sold at 10 cents eac.h. On these the purchaser will record his estimate of the majority to be received by the permanent capital of Montana. Tho purchaser will receive the ticket, while the coupon will be turned over to the judlges. Those guessing nearest to the correct figures will be rewarded with some valuable prises, of which there will be about twenty. This is a worthy cause and the ladies hope to make It a finannial success. They will also give a New England supper and pound party about Nov. 1 for the same worthy cause. REGISTER! The Pe Hire are agents for the UOnieral petterns. A Deoglltfal Trip. Via 8all Lake and Dearvr to Chicago sad the east. A dip in the gloat salt l ake or a lows dal's ,ilt at Masiton 8prigs, sith asted et the fool of Pikes Yeak, csnast be eqasle en this ooatnleat. Pnllatn dlanl ear reate. For raoe, sre.. sall at the Uioa Paltif omff, No. 83 forth Matan stoo. Helens. H. O. Wns.ow, Passenger Ageat REG IISTE ! Dor the Lniversal poper patteras. Ihel are the beet. Attntilen Votere-Regiser To-day. It ij not nrre..ary to wait uIntl the rpR iJtry atp Ir 'ntnr. to your '.r 'in. t. YOU (an regi.htr :arnwhere In yurl dilslrlct. ltgIrtr'r to-duy. IIENILY NJ 11.,, ('l'n N. npl.'e IParty in. (',n ',rn. I )NAI.+I HRAI 'ý1(1n, Ch'n I~trno r t t ('intral (' .m nittrp, IIIhNRY ('. 1\ITHrI, ('h 'n 1t!' i,, lle.nn ('o. (, r,. Corn. 'lhe I!m Hive will sell lad'e. noatsal grey wool niderwesr at $1 MJ per luit this week worth SSa" \ýriý ri\1n; "ýnrl-- In TIý riu r 'Id. 25, rn"'rn""I \hrll·1ý,n :mil Agn ", .\! ynarvt, Mernmug hIts Lod`. Mo. I. A. /., A. keets eens.It and rnrtlr Itatnrnta Arey.mar rmrinairatjlm,m ..f I.e *hoye 'ý Anmm d nA. will takr ``lIa "r i wnie J'Iempl,n urnsm of Hrnadw-a) aimI Jackson .treete. ia k i atql , a ,'t " ."mk. All menlr.a a'. en Dteit to, ( prnrul n ttndanoe, and e".p.mruina bre~mJgenare. ..unl~a.I, . &tad. U. r. ItNu.,·Ml1i.. K. M. J1)l J fll)II) OM, I.eeatary. Awarded Highest Honors-World's Fair. ·DRL OBIC~j CREAM BAKING POEWD[ MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure (;rape Cream of lTartar F'b'...er. Free (ujrn Arrnb'nba, Alum or ay other rhultctaJlL 4'' YE ARS THE STANDAkD. IN FOR NINETY-NIyE YEARS. The Murderer et Geoare T. Illk Ceavlegad st lesarts.a. Many Helena people who knew Geo. T. Ellis will recall the recent tragedy at Texarkana, Ark., in which Ellis lost his life at the hands of G. L. Bryant. Ellis resided here for some time, being con nected with one of the big insurance companies. lie went from here to Tex arkana, where he established a school. Bryant was president of the state nor mal school. It is said he was Jealous of Ellis' success, and meeting the latter in the street, shot him. The jury has Just found a verdict of guilty and fixed Bry ant's punishment at ninety-nine years in the penitentiary. REGISTEIR! Cleanlaasss t travelins i th . one thing d. sil.d. Tnvel by the ý,elt No rthrm, . o yea will be eles. he dust on this lina roo bt lasted radbed. YSTERS! IN BULK. Fresh from the beds in New York. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. PEARSALL, GROCER, Telephone *$'. Cor. Main and State Streets. SFlWI€C CASH SUN LLJSTORE 107 N. MAIN ST. IILLINERY Our trimmed hat department Is constantly crowdedl with eager purchasers. No wonder, when you can buy such stylishly trimmed hats at such ridiculously low prices. TRIMMED HATS TO-DAY. 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 Rn I130NS. A soecial lot of No 40. f60 and 180, all Silk and Satin Ribbons, all colo0 , black, nlltq<ont anid bluette include i, wourth iron 4jc to 35c, per yard only tOc. TWO SPECIAL FLYERS. (ilf lpeu. the very latert Ityln, value &BO. to day N 1.75. lsa.Le' black Kernny Jacket, fur trimmed, .vlue im 50, tu-day fr M.therl tak, nire,. lIos' l.avy Rlhbbel Pl.,c.e IlJuel II...e sa.teo to Y1., alue4410, our or~. 011) PI'IItMII'M IIT terlie C, S., White IIuN s ,,ok u ok. .rrl.e I. No. I ('alit. 1te. t,.t~( o rt '.rvl.,. rJil (). IN . l .aet. for I adlee nrl.*- K Nha . .'oiunlar Atls.. rlIs. 1,* Mo. H, , Pert- for ladles. bMries M. Iso. 1, (jam Cycluioll. DRESS GOODS, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Linings, Etc., all at * SPEGIAL. SALE S OMPETITORS like leaves in the autumn, change color, influenced by the downward ten- 0 dency of our prices; volumes might be written about these items for this week's sale, but in order to give a more convincing description it would require a p pen of unequaled power, to say nothing of our limited N, space. You have learned to expect just what we advertise, and we honor your confidence by still continuing to sell the very beet N goods for the least money. This week we anticipate your wants y O and place on sale at actual cost our entire stock of Plain and 0 Fancy Dress goods. Latest Paris novelties, English, Scotch and 4 American mlxtures, Worateds, Cheviots, Coverts, Whipcords, Storm and English Serges, Broadcloths, Ladies Cloths, Black Goods in all the new fancy effect, Henrietta., etc., all Dress dilks in black and oelors, all Fancy Trimming Silks and Satins, '' O including the new Liberty Satins, all Silk Velvets, Silk and Jet 8 Passementerles, Jet and Button., all Dress Linings and Findings, in fact everything pertaining to a dress, will be sold during this week at cost. We make no reserve, the sale includes everything i in our Dress Goods and Trimming departments. Prices made o during this sale will hold good for this week only. We ask you to come and satisfy yourselves that we do all and more than we 4 advertise to do. RALEIGH & CLARKE, AT COST. AT COST. AT COST. AT COST. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . - STEELE, HINDSON & CO., -JiOBBEI < - - IIty, Grain, Flour, Feed, Rolled Oats, ('orn Meal and Potatoes WI'nilIMAI T A(IEMTh 00 THE ('ILIIUATWD CROWN, MONTANA BELLE AND ROYAL BANNER FLOUR Telephone No. 10i -T'he iest 8torage FaIolitles in th. City --1322 Iluozman tit. -.-- __ ------------------- - --- -1 Jobbe The Pioneer Fruit Hoase of Iolt3. .ba,..t Eg. ESTAIULISHILD 18 3. ADpl No ,.. LINDSAY & CO., o.n Canwo.A WOLE AND rrAIL I.met, chins Gom Fruits and Produce. ,,Pe,, Seasonable Fruit. Arriving Daily (atiornia-rralt ~Irs ad D.W. in Car Lots Pp.r Bags Mina rt OeM. sld Woahoeno . em 1. C. TreH,. Eto.. Eta NLear DPeasee, Ie)opeL ll - -- -- - 6ILONIRIST BROS. DEALERS IN- iumrnber, Sash, Doors, Etc Mill Worxk of All Kind e. Sole Agents For Rocky Fork Coal. - CORD WOOD). - CItI OIICtEs ORAND CNTRAL CAOA ISTOR.IL ?RLEPHOHI NO. I.8 II3AJCOOK'S FUR CAPES Oarmints and Fancy Funi LATEST NEW YOR K STYLE.. Largest Stock In the West Ltaster Prices (u~ranteeod. We Invite Your Inspoction. BABCOCK & CO. FURRIERS. YOUR TIME To buy Diamonds cheap. I have a large stock of Diamonds that I will sell for the next 30 days for less than cost --cheaper thaa you can buy them at wholesale. A. GOLDBERG, 9 S. MAIN ST.