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Originators of Low Prices. M Originators of Low Prices.
SEE OUR N 11 lit SHOW t i WINDOWS W NDO W; LADIES- Tbhe irrevocable flat of the ctizens of Montena will have gone forth, ere tilts week ends, Iht ratlnf our heauttull .It y of Helena the seat of legislature the persollnrl. capital of the Tr I -- ., .. . . - - - --- ure State!l And the public announceinot of aunts 13roH .'PI,(.IAI. E ventful 1LK ALE is the other event of greatent rnoULnet to a ll the [c.[ti. sons who are endowed with praotioal ov Jnottu. Iustnor11 prl i,.i plo s Sale of MOPIENTOUS MOIEINTOUS Cloaks SILK SALE. SILK SALE. IAIICS-ilra.u don't O k se.e misS our Momentous Fur __ _TTERN . Sale this weiek. We ;re DRESS PATTERNS Special Silk Sale--This Week Only. proressive thi urr erek, tW at' Twelve yards lirocaded Silk Crepe.progre Momentous sale of Cloaks Usual price $11.50. Reduced to $6.90. ,d I it liofi", Itltik alla i' Three Patterns Black Hllk Crepe. du. . I pt I i1 in N'w 'ily i. why we sell all or I irs to mark this auspicious event. Everybody's price $7.71. Now only Fi,' ftilslhi r.d,'.d t,, $1 40. ill neason lnd ;V(: Io old $3.69. nl III, w.'k only si or' a yr i seson n a'io old Entirely new creations. Ele- O" dres pattern Brocaded Taf- `. aii ty ill. k F 1' a FyUrs. W ' a i l yets. Worth 10. Only $5. 7. mul'l fr n rlry at $1 .95. HlW1.il i t tl.. gant, exquisitely stylish and One dress pattern Falil'e always lt H.. il $1 urri , pl lsId for $15. special sale price this Ai ,I, mlumr In lltack l'ai ll u,, week $N.96. 5luihi. rly .rhi,"ilful fl I,. wilhl the general satisfaction our exclusive Golf Capes, Kersey On. drea pattern Birocade, Hilk be th a t $.4. l ul ral atifaiotn, our Sfancy colorings. Value $14.6., Hp.- prie. II 10 ]Furs givex. Wue alr relia Military Capes, London and clal sale price $7.60. O"'"'A'tI ,N .:XTIIAIII)INAItY- otne dress pattern Fancy Ilengal- Mark our "Tol-NI i ' Itlack ble, because of our bFur Moscow Chinchilla Reefers. Ine. lastern price 121.60. Capiltal Faille frm $2 90 to only $1.. know , nd thi m n wek. goI~ for ..90. knowledgc, and this means Prince Albert Coats in Cable STw,,s. gr ,n and. SPECIAL SILK SALE. Fur honesty. Our Furs Diagonal Cheviota. Chil- value 521. Evetful weik t11. ( t;rstl,, go.'! quality and dye, are fashionable because we Two dreamss patterns Excelsior $1.24, .,ow K,7IA,. dren's and Misses' Cloaks in F'remh Medal I) O desrlgs It gu- Sup,.rI.r finish 12.15, only $1.47. always lead, and keeping all the newest styles. Cloak prl . MeWh ntous sale .x,. I I;" 'r in stock only new Furs we all the newest style Cloak p.Grain, eve.r,.ly 's I,rli ,, 12 75. HIm mrssl piatterns White Moire. - clalVer need to follow. or prices at low water nark. ulste fnlah. Market value $31751. I never need toy, follow.it, styleFor picill sell Captal week for even $15. _-A'lii i,. hNEgulll ile urh'hr. Everybody's week for Cloak in ordinary times at s1.5. This finish and dependable wear BarXTItAIIlNGAEINEu--Nbull,le ow, that Sands Bros. is for sleev-n to Jackets, ,tc., with , that Sands Bros. is Take Ladl, we desire to areest aten- M lr, for similar cominations. it.. the reliable Fur Store. EveElevator to rntful prices In Black 4urahs. duIe.d Irom $ 135 to 90., Irnm $I 45 Elevator to Our elegant Sic quality reduced to to t1. from $1.69 to .10, fom $.25 Cloak o . Our superior alprice ty from th A Momentous and Eventful ilk CARPETS AND RUGS. Flannelette Waists. Floor $1.10 number, only G9e. Our capital week price for the $1.35 quality, only Outing n'lnnuI Wtist, pointed 98c, and our Momentous Bilk Sale This week our Carpet exhibit will youk. Lakt a very r atty gaimeant Special price for the $1.65 number is FINE b, on a royal scale of magnificence. W ,rth $1 2. only 79r. "only 81.06 a yard. rcs will t most temptn an a . BLANKETS. S ilk W aists. Ev5enatfulale Price In Satan Rha- D ress G oods n Huting Flnnel Waist. damee-Our fin sh .10 yard the variety without precedent In any plaltted luak. ruthl- fro,nt. Special OurWear-Resisting. Sanitary and we sell this momentous week for 7lc, city of the Northwest. IRugs and sale' Pric. $1.25. ,Hygienic Blanket Stock commands and our Extra Quality Satin Du- Linoleum figure prominently in this Newes't Outlin Flannelette WaIst. the same "rushing" demand. The chesse from $1.56 to $1. French, German, Engl yok back. Thie week only Low Prices will at all times tell in You can also purchase Capital Irish weavers and producers of S hFin Fr,,nch FlannMl Waist. cord goods of this description, especially LADIES-An eventful Waist sale week, our Elegant Number "A-I" dress fabrics, all are represented o. .I.. French m lannel Waint, cord as every housekeeper knows the Duchese, always selling every- fm .. . - * I r, intduy Yke wh or , oewweek, r bring comfort to heek and il before a the nw nri LINENS. back 'Arital etk pecNal Sale. Sands Bros. control the Blanket many a home. Our Silk Waists are we ask only $1.55 a yard. wool law aSbes Into effect. The Illl n Treot waist hlile of It, ena. every one of them new,both in styles This being an eventful period, his- styles, \'ary one of them, are ife r- i-lightful Fin Treot Wain st,lue and colorlnl. All have full fronts t ,ic..', eentful and momentous In fectty corln t. and the prieos ar. so T.able Damask s a sapypellty with ui blck c:lortgs. E'rventful sale. LACE CURTAINS. nd shirred yokes, with neat fancy Its results to our oommonwealth. low as to make It worthy the - 1, $' r,0 cla an b we desire most heartily to commem- caylon, for It really Is a Mumentous Us thin sleaon. V e hindlle only re The "Mighty Carival" n Cur- eee pltin olor an all the our triumph, and we cnno and jventful special sale! n liable Linen Damasks, with a corre- Etra Fine Pressed Flannel Waist oCarnival" In Cur- sleeves, plain and all the cnceive a more appropriate way wa o o-oe cll "tlt.'. idKt anIIi n lualted back. tains will In Itself make thls week's new changeable efects, and also the "Shooting off our rockets" than by spondngly fine line of napkins, and 11.tal mal.. PIrii.-, only $3. selling quite eventful at Sands newest shades in cardinal, navy making this demonstration of gift prft does not enter Into our scheme Frnch ash r Wait. In blue, Bros.' It will be a genuine Bargain offering to the ladles who have no of supplying every one with those plaited back.,'anenad front; I an Sale of English, Sol tch and Irish blue, pink, cerise, etc., etc. Event- kindly and generously patronized us husehld necessaries. Towels in elegantly smart garment. Price for Art Lace Goods In Curtains. "Irish" ful sale prices make it very Interest- during tie t!hirtv y ars of prepara- damakAurfshknottdfrne capital we k only $2. Point" predominates; Nottingham, lng, tory training for the glorious event dnmask, Aure finish, knotted frin l'ariari.n a('t'hmnr' Waists, cape Marie Antoinette, Renaissance, which we all joyfully celebrate this Sands Blros, are sole agents for ard luack towels ae on this week's collar, neat and extra stylish waist. Louis XIV., etc. Take elevator to waist floor. week. Ypsilanti Underwear. bart ain c'u",t r. Momentous sale. Price only $3. Our Mail Order Department Dispatches All Orders With Utmost Promptitude. LYING IN STATIL Nasme t soid Over the Itemalm of Alezaa. der II1. Llvadla. Nov. 8.-The massive, glided coffin, containing the remains of Czar Alexander Ill., was removed to the By zantine church yesterday evening. There the body of the late csar laid in state until to-day. At 6 o'clock in the evening, the Cossacks, who had been acting as an Imperial body guard, attired in their long tunics, with gold facings, took up their positions along the cypress strewn route from the pal ace, all carrying lighted torches. mak ing a wlerd scene. The procession of white robed clergy then emerged from the church and formed in line across the path. Hells began to ring, and soon afterwards a sound of the singing of hymns was heard in the distance. l'nhen through the darkness the glare of the torches carried by the guards ina'rhint- on either side of the coffin could be perceived. A sharp word of command, "present arms!" broke the silence and. amid the mumfled rolling of the many drums, the procession entered the church-palh, headed hy sallcrs, car- I rying lanterns and banners and fol lowed by a choir of ehilldren dressed In white. They were followed by the clergy, and th'en came the coffin, sur mounted by the imhperial crown, and horne by the c-'assacks. iBehind the cofmn we're the czar and czarina. who were deeply veiled, (Irand Dukes Ber gIlus alnd Vhidinllr. Ithe queen of Greece itnd rPrioneess Alix of Hlesse. Princess of WVales, and IDuchess of HAxe-CnhUrg (iothe, chihlrnll Ibeloinging to the lmr lerial and reoyal families and high court and military ioffiers. The Cos- I iacs'ks pllaced the cuttin 1in fl, it of the cithrch ill the mirlitary ihand playcl' "llow K'realt and glorious is ;iol in Zion.," alil ipresent standinsg with un covered heads. Aft.l'I the hymn the coffin was bolrnoe Into the church and laid on the lier. When the mnlolrners were arranged alrcullnd the tier, the' Il'holp ef lnfTiropiliiil rceletbintetd on c. Itler l whichi the pearty Ifti the churchi' iid rleturnliii to the l' i icic in itrliiigK s. T!h, irst ,imanI s for Ilie repose ol, f th, FslllI of A.lexI ncte' Ill was 'coilul'ed ye'sterday iemr11nng iI Iye l'sntlne chap el. where thel relllatlns ate' lying in state' The late emperor's tface Wit but little' eltert.ed It 11hadl it IlI l e. xlC.e iII .\A i.'t lock yetnclt"ay aftrnioin the pi c onll tnles, at which the' czar, czarinali, l'iei- ic..e Allx. IPr'ii.. s. f \Viles rniel ell the ilimperial and tyal uites ttenic',. was celeblrate'd. The late czar was vae c.rticl with great ceretmony on board a cruiler for tIrnsorta llon to MeeHstopol lew'A Tise We offer One' hllLndreld ohillars reward for an) .'se of t'atarrh Ihat cannot he lured by I lll's Ca(aarlh I'ure. F'. J. ('11NII'EY & ('O.. Propes. 'roledo, ec c'We, thle illllse'rslKgn l, haveu' kllnown I"' J e'heney for the' Iitict fnfteen'l y$'cr, Inal: Ibelt'vei him pi.rfp t'ly honoraible In all llnlllel s' I ran.a tleon' ., ia d fIlliitnle. ly ah.l' to i urry uut any olilgitllns miade bcy that firm. We'stl T'ruaa, Whoeieale Ilrullgaise. T'lcl cd , II Walcling. Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale I rlagell s, Trot tl, It. Ialln's ('atsrrh 'iore toi taken internallv. ccltinbg directly Iiupon heI, tIeloi.l cecild nIII e ouen surfaces o'f tlii ye.t'sii. I'ri,., 75e I-'r bottle. Bold by all ldruggllltl. Testil munlals free. bIrn. tlP.'w' It'tl Bs New Yon k. Nov. X.- At lIIveroir't Inland a nulut...rf fll(ft04 Runsn wal lr*i t.'-lny hI li.Io .f two Howard. re tlrrd. IHtoward will leave New York to. morrow for Portlpn.l. ire, to vliit his dautclhtr. Ills fulurtu Ihue. will ttII Burlington. l'urr blool In s ri.~.ses ' y 1u enjoy 80o4 hralih. Iloud's t ura·),·Iarll· a ulllel the Wlood. Isaeessla Rate Itr Catllfena. The Northern Pacific railroad has placed on sale daily round trip tickets to California points, as follows: Ielena to San Franc isco and return, going via Spokane. Tacoma and Port land, and returning same way. $T5. To Ran Francisco, going via Spokane, Tacoma and Portland, and returning via Ogden and Butte, P0. To Los Angeles, going via Spokane. Tacoma and Portland, entering San Francisco In one direction either going or returning, $S0. To Los Angeles, going via Spokane, Tacoma. Portland and San Francisco, and returning via Sacramento and O den, $w.50. Tickets are limited to ixzty days for going passage, good to return at any time within final limit of six months from date of Issue. The scenery via the Northern Pacific and Mount Shasta route Is unequaled. Passengers get a magnificent view of Mount Shasta from observation cars. For further information, sleeping car tenervations, etc., call onl or address A. D. EDGAR. (enersl Agent, lielcna, Mont. O ptired ItI w tklw; dJe. Berlin, Nov. 8.-A special dispatch received hero says 2,000 natives of MaivnJe tribe recently attacked KLl waktwlndje, East Africa. and were de feated by I;,erman regulars and na tives under Bflaon von lhrsteln. Latlr the Mahlvnoj, tribhe captured K1lwakl kiltJei with much hlodshed The Ger mans have not a force strong enough to recapturi-e thie piace. M rrelt a nll Reslts. From a letter written by Itev. J. Gun derman, of Dlmondale. Mich., we are per mittled to make this extract: "1 have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discover)y, as the I.esitrs were al mot nmarvelous In the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the IHapti.t church at Iltive Junctiont she waR hbrought down with Ineumlnia sui'('eeding Ita grippe. ti'rlble par, ox\ tsn of ci'ughing wtlld l (t fo hours Witl little Intelrruplll ion, and It eemd as if she could not survive Ithe,. A friend re'ommended IDr. King's N^a I iiscover; It was qukIk in its work antI highly satisfactory In results." Trial iottles free at IPa 'lche-)' A heul Drug ('0. Itegular size 50,- and $It. M ant Agree4bit Ane lateta Ilerilnh, Not.. I. Prince Hohenlohe, Schancello'r, is understood to insist upon furthelr enhinet c'hange., and it Is said It'relhrn von HIrliepschl, inhlistier of 'ilntlll'rce and ithel' ir in I'rnslain cat, Inet wUl have tI tender their resigtnt t1nn1. A Favorie la MenIekI.y. Mr. W. %I Terry, who has heen In the drug lnwlnrepu at Elkion. Ky.. for the 310st twelve year, mayr: "hCmherlain's ouglh I e r lvi'ii bet, Ibettr at lpfat Ion llnn and) oth,*r rough mrrlilnql I hn(e ever roll" There In mood ternson for thin. No other will .irune col en aol e k I). Ito other In ea crtaln it prevrntlie for t ou;: no other aflords so nmuch relief In t peep of whooping r'iugh. For maile by all I, uggiti'. beerle. Ilover Ihtot, the grent Ilinol pvlutlfr. tlreeq friahnees and ceIparness to th, tojiexlon mnl curea cunstlpatlon, ,2 ,I. - tr rIe. not SI. l'ot sale by P'ar lt-a he-I Athetal tirig Io. 'In to the Iee hIlve for hosiery aIndi un it, rwet-. When a.har was al-k, we Ilas her l~astne4a Whlmn Itl' waS a lMlA, jlb Wled fur Cntnrora. Whne sine h-arne Miss, sIte cung L, Castjrla, Wbm se had (c5hI'ma. do gave fr Csmi first y~ ior al Bar~k HILKZ&, NONTANI Paid Up Capital........... $60, 000 Surplus and Profits....... $500,000 Designate Depository of the United States. Internet allowed as tina del.alita Genaral tmaskima husing traaumot d. Waki depualt bozes ter rest g 1 & Utt1N .....'. H D .-P.residant tNPIOBT...... ....llkeonl, io..l r~diest '1" . KL l~lL .ilYm. r ........... ....1''Whil OIWu H. PL.............. A..t tat Cashierr Directorso. r. Hsae i, N Ble x. Woo, Jame. rsA. Tlbott Wantsn t'.U Ilste. I. tL. a il toe. J. c. 1.urtnis Conrad Ktobta Hanr: Klein. At..e.lta. leak. FLit Natonaeli ank. Uhasonas. Sirt rational tank. butte. ---Ih.. - M erchants National DANK 07 IIILENA. UNITED STATES 'tEPOSaTORY. Paid in Capital " " $350,000 Surplus and Undivlesd Profl! 110,000 T. P. )t lVIIKLD..........Cashier T.'~".. P. OW N ... Ag...e. C aelt Itetrest allowed on epoLrlt4 nade for a awd. SIt , '.. 1 rin-tot of mosa, mt 1* by teisgiaph. 1 zohanee cold On tei. prurlral citais of the Cut ed .4ut . and k.u'.ru floiin.top gt at t... i',I .' nt.e t oa Bra rad barnks at,'' " 1- O. J orarna JJational AII 01 HILENA. MONT. CAPITAL PAID IN $s00,O0o. ThIOB. A. 3A1RLOW . j dn.Id.at IT. 1. MoI, LII..........Vie. prl KLUKKT L I...................g. nhi V IOI a lC i. ....................Len. t'ablte Dhv..toue. flea, A. Mulow. H. V. Omles, ahltdA' YCebr, petsry Ir R. I. us~nlluh henry ·,lt·obr Lsv~d A. Cory, IL C Wehee Ile,.e (,slI A I Wilder. hiýbimW r.lero. C. J. 3It. %em&# IL I. Ford O*OiinI "asklut, .'." .. ..n.".··A A mericar\ patior'a HANK OF H LENAE.A ('APITAL *0OO,OOJ. 'I', l. % Kit.... .............roa L.ent A. J 8..I i M . AN. . . .. . .V.. -ic et'n id.ut a. u. J0HNiOm ........ .........t Anier 1. ('. uower. A. J. Ila... A.C. Johamee. ¶tuaidk L . Jew. Luv.a. Imp alhlowd an time do to \ eh tan IraaJ o. prtnlpl r laai of t Unit.teS . ('wadl and pe rr.ebtr of mnuey m,;ad t rherapb (*Iledt uesaptl, musd d t .9 !r 59.tl Bst sad NMO wl.ur bW T HE THOMH, GRUSE U&VRDBIAK O1 UKLLENA. Inoorpmrttd under tle Liws of Montarna. PAID IN CAPITAL, $100,000. TS(: t CU WE. I h: . .~... . `.t..I bl rtrn .J. (t00 K .... Asst. Tr..i. aud ew.r.i r.rr WY. J. IWKWY.... . . r... 1Irr .se 7ruwl~ar ~hstaZ Cr,,.. FraI H. Cr... ". Cook o N m. J. ewseney. Juhn Fagan. Allows er Duent Interest on Savinp D'c.os!'1 ormnpounded Jannsry rod . ilr. 1 ranamts a general baakiru burin.a thraw. ezebshe iall priaciiia cit te of the on til Itts. ad kErop. !Jjaesj L all suetd ad city bonds, and rlr.a Leam as el m rate mort caae. Cffi _ traom lo a in to 4,l. m )Ikn' &Uirdy aM o la Yor.terv.*iagts hum 7 t u'cluuk. No. 4400. The .LernaJ1atioraI BANIK. 4. HELENA. MOST. CAPITAL $o0,oo0. ORGANIZED SEPT. 1, i830. Transacts a General Banking Dusl. ness. F, D. EDGERTON.. ............"Resident V. K. COLE............ .. .......Vioirsi Ii Pa. M. 4JOP .........,............. .· (Nuh ter JIU W. L~UKE ....... ......IAsslstant Cshter ('ollectbol a specialty Interest paid o~i HIas deposit' Areonuia of Hank.. C.'rpora twunos frms and lndirIdn\Is soullcitel. km.?vrn (nr rrspwauhtts. MsriatIlh Natj·ionsl Hatk .... No wYork t. Dlearborn National Ilsuk . . . 'hirryt, tuwsmlueal istluona I auk........... 1'h tray . t rrhiints L an t Trust t o...... fthstm b..ri1aats National Hank . .........Nt. It.. ii ht I aul National ink ... . `t foal The Original & Genuine (WOItRDR1B'IltM II IE) SAUCE Imparts the moot delicious taacl mal rr3t to, Ilut At ('old fIeata MA LAbS, p44)1 Y, r (:AThU1, hIMEEa, sand hlahrobhl.. - BiEWARlE OF IMITATIONS. Tako No4 but LeIa& Pr rii:.' hl.l"Wrllr 1, (gory! h~lllr of rr HII , . )'111'11 " Juhn Dur qm~a Wuins, Nuw uuk. THIS PAPER ý'. iAl.'SA fal , tru h1&a bal h nF ne. A&*u· I g so; w, ar~ ordoew Notice to Gold Mineu SILVER-PLATED Amalgamated Plates For Saving Gold ia Quartz, Gravel, or Placer Mines. Made of Best Soft Lake 8uperic Copper., At Reduced Prices Our plates ore guaranteed, and by actual experionce are proved, the beet in weight of silver and durability. Old nrining plates re. plated, bought or gold separated. Thousands of orderse filed San Franclseo NoveltyGold. Sil1 ver and Nickel PlatingWorks 6g, T0 mad T3 WrN Int.,. sm rute., Cab SEND FOR CIRCULARa Justinian Caire, Agent, 631 mmd 538 EKark $1., 3m. Vrmaa.., DF.IIP LU Assayers and Mininj Material EANUtlAC1UBII 01 Battery Screens aad WBir Clolg Agent tor HOSKTNS' HYPRO-CAR. SON AS.;AY rUHNACL.. Uorpulency lut." 'l~rra jud .aunt Ut.trr im· t .r; Ab mora" a ... .'r &tsaud ou~r nmvim. N. smrvaLoa mtllhd. :p,3MOL m &AILVAL Cu.. U..t.. Ya BIAMOND ROCK DRILLS EFOR Prospecting Mineral Yeins and Deposits, Boring vertically, horizontally or at any angle to any desired depth, taking out a cylindrical section or core the entire dis. tance, showing exact character and giving a perfect section of the stl ata penetrated. Also for bor ing artesian wels. Machines for channeling, gadding and ,o,'lhr kind.; of quarry work, shaft .'nking: , tunneling, tnting, rail. road and all classes of rock boring. 'Te American Diamond Rock Borinl Company. bIANU'FACTLJLENR& I (Ceritandl Stre.e . ew Tor k. MINING nAN BLASTING POWDERS. Electric Blasting Apparatus Minuufaotured ant for sale by Latlin & hand Powder Co. 29 MURRAY ST.,, NEW YORL