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Originators of Low Prices. Originators of Low Prices.
DRESS PAIERN SEE OUR BEE OUR WINDOW T WINDOWB LADIES-We will place on sale M)nlhay, and until sold, 2 - - -- - -.-- --- Dress Patterns, all of the very newest HtyleS, and many high-clase . . Imported Novelties included. In adediti, we make Sp cial Sale f S pec al Price on all our Alaska and London Ly-du Seal Seoques, Capes Special Sale of pecial Jackets, and we have also initiated a i eries of Special Pri:es orl Bargain Offerngs in Cloaks, which will be found temptingly sale of cheap and fetchingly attraotLvel SPECIAL SALE OF Cloaks... Dress Patterns. cldh 3• Furs of every kind it has been conceded by all competent LADIES-t is needless to re LADIES-A mammoth sale of Dreas Patterns opens the ball judges that for worknmnship, mind you that, in all kinds of Monday. 1t0 Nobby Dress Pattern, Titular "Covert Cloths," Ban- tate, style, progressive idea. uperior and, burn styles, pretty heather lmxed .-olorings, Monday and un- as to the "living present," a superior nd, Ia feeot, sl spiea- Utl all are sold, 8 yards beta2 a full Drres Pattirn. total absence of old folysam, did, stylisb,legaPntand superbly ONLY $S.go A PATTERN. and above all for a downright ltra-fsthionable Cloak., Wraps, sledge-bnmoer, low price Jackets and Caper, Sands Bro. system of F'ur retailing, Sands is premliotly the Idlon LOT :. LOT 2. Bro., hayv no equal. Here I house n the northwest. All 7I DRESS PATTERNS-T, !ad a rills .1 1 IRF6S PATTERNS-Contasiani am- a sample of what we are do each, QGenfreate st elesaatly stlish. IWre ple istl for full t lre, most dotralbl lgo this week: A line of 6oe garments are not nly satistao- sold at sI, pand eh. aYor oS ea this hlle thmsnOtrs rw' pi)itvrti Alaskae Healskmt Jacklte, tory, but absolutely reliable and wk: fotfll D Yms wk at lae 'han half prise antd wll London dye, 30 inches long, uarated. This week the $4.75. at very best quality, Marten Woramebo dhlhsll w, th e B $5.oo. collar and edging. The fur rier get C2,0, t27'o and P300 Cheviot., ore wld-proo Rref. LOT 3. LOT 4. for this same quality. -8·ods err, the Pa2ddook *ll a t IMIPORTED DINES PAITERIIS- DtEEI PATHrRNst-Of aMileNoos Bros. will sell this week, but eswet erations eof tl but EUespeae mlsa or As.ertd characbt., ompritis Serme. positively this week only, for lestarses. These moods wen aseas. - astene.s, Praaelle.. ited Zi lsmes, eta.. $107.60. We sell no "trashy B ar gain ell at 81 1. ead S Mt so r et..w.wr'.e meso turd tobu fo.r , Fu" twa wt hgmloune this wob tot, rour aee oly lute. satisfaction. Our Fur Sale $8.90. so.oo. reputation i. too valuable to --_----' us to risk it by handling spurious Furs. We sell only the best Furs, which P ricesLOT g. LOT 6. are always the obeapest n the end. For "Dependable Fu.," Hands Bros. - soe will at all times be your beadquarters. For "Fur Honesty," Sands Bros. are t 'REIN('RH DRS PAlTyES-All a PARIeIAN NOVELTY DRES8 PAT- proverbial. For '"Lir Price," Sands Bros. are the "Originators of Low wool- l otsl 8t eknd Wes, Tie TleRts-tso-ft Dnrm, Velve Crsmaon. Prices." Por "For Koeewledg," B annds Bros. are ever the most reliable. M ISSES' C LO A K S the sdklaasevelsWeas sosa tssib e Wetar. tam materials as This week's low prices will make the "Fur Fly" at Saud. Brns. Ples call eobat s. Te aas laent s was to Worth- .ad ether dlatlep hd eadie' Tl- early to avoid the inoonveiost rush usul in the cfternoots, and take i ls a bik le at p.0 a to s5.e, s h mil s i o lovtor to For Ploor. Sai and -I.N.. This w.sks Msiehter FPrie-sd thb w__k only. Praie Ish =- ,. . This week the blgget bargain e Rweerd-abolutly the biV $16.S0. $19*.O. - . LOT 1-An eztraordlary dab aof ne brown and ble minEe dekk'-3 to . E lderdow n B ath Robes. 14 years old-made from bhther sied oloakl large sp, f.ll slve, B LA N K ETS yawl daiood nrvleable Msee sschool /gst t, well worth 17.0. * Are an Oriental contributio to luxurious ease. sad to the development Will be Sold hc of that sanitary condition whlobich in epicurean phraseology is "next to godli. Wih "ahe ". $3.6 5" ol lanket Bron.yb eil A$-Rumte bLealth Pru t Wectin nes." Sands Bros. have got them in all the newest and most delicate tints, This Week for... ad fe vi o on unabated. t week a tfu White with thre strd girdles to math, tels and all on suite, and the prices Blnket-full se--100 ain ts ok the tartl Coigter fol A seatd a pair, of "ail period LOT --Misses' Jetoke, 12 to 18 years, in Molto, Cheviot sad Ped a aUd a 1Isa havy 6 b. Bauket-100 ipair a pair. this wk e trtllnllgy low. A bdsome souvenir of "Capital" period. Closklgs, worth from h1 to 6129 5 Your Choice or.. Special Henriettas. UNDERWEAR. This Week for... $4. ---cJ 35 Pisces of thes Fine Bilk Finish 75o saa 85o Henriettss will beo old The Bargans in MispLe' Clak an not to be dupliated this winter. this week for 9o a yard. Sands Brs. are Sole Agents for Ypeilant Underwear. INDIAN MIf8ION WORK. hop Thoburn Praises and a Bombay Priest Denounce It. New York, Nov. 17.-"Have Christian Missions in India talled?' was the sub ject at the first meeting for the winter season of the Nineteenth Century club. There was a large gathering of mem bers and guests, among whom were 0 car Straus, ex-Minister to Turkey; Gen. Horace Porter, E. L. Godkin, W. Trav ers Jerome, the Rev. Percy 8. Grant, the Rev. Dr. Warren, the Rev. Dr. Maynard, Dr. Coen, Dr. Emil Hoeber, Mr. and Mrs. Brander Matthews, Mrs. John Sherwood, Mr. and Mrs. John Dufars and Mua Dufars, Mrs. Henry Draper, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Oakley, Mrs. Abbe. Mrs. Ethan Allen, BSimon Sterne, Mrs. Esther Herriman, Mrs. Daniel Butter field, Mrs. P. M. Bryson and Prof. Adolph Callisen. Walter H. Page, president of the club, introduced the Rev. J. M. Thoburn, mis sionary bishop to India and Malaysia of th Methodist Episcopal church, who ar gued in behalf of the work done by the missionaries in India. Missionary work in India was started 102 years ago by a sihoemaker named William Carey, he said, and now there were between 600,000 and 700,000 Chris tians among the natives. The mission aries are doing a great work among the poor and unfortunate, he said. They introduced the education of women, and had encouraged native women to be come physicians. Vichand A. Ohandi, a barrister of Bombay, and representative of the Jain religion at the parliament of religions in Chicago, replied to Bishop Thoburn. He was dressed in native costume. He combatted the argument of the mission ary bishop, and asserted that the ad vent of the msslonaries had done more harm than good, and that their mission war a failure. They had not raised the morality of the Hindoo natives, but had degener ated and debased it. There was no shadow of hope for Christianity in In dia, he said. He said that the' board of foreign mis sions was a much worse and more cor rupt organization than Tammany, and he denounced the conduct of the mis sionaries in scathing terms. 7he IStMe l' aslr. Dampen a piece of flannel with (ham berlaln's pain balm and bind it over the seat of pain. It is better than any plaster. When the lunge are more, such an application on the chest. and an other on the back, between the shoulder blades, will often prevent pneumonia. There is nothing so good for a lame back or a pain In the side. A sore throat can nearly always be cured in one night by applying a flannel bandage dampened with Pain Balm. O0 cent bottles for sale by all druggists. Iniunatigo Continued. New Orleans, Nov. 18.-In the Inited States court Saturday. the Injunction of the West India Steamship company ver sus the Seamen's asenotiatlon, was con tinued until next Saturday. eseee'a Armiess a yo*e. The best salve In the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Ie. ver Bores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil blains. Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posltively cures piles, or no pay required. it is guaranteed to give perfect satisfao. Uou or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by the Parohem 'Acheul Drug company. When Ssh wee doiW, wes G,. tee atM, Whim h was a ahild, she cried for etaotgs. WhIm sbe became Mll, she lung to CaeMuIo Whene had tlsem, she pmaett Qmiu h BELIEF IN ELECTROCUTION Dr. Cibbons' Request t Espmnment on Mur. dwrer Charles F. Wilton. Syracuse, N. Y., Nov. 17.-Dr. P. J. Gibbons, of this elty, sent the following letter to Gov. Plower: Sir: Beng andaous to get a treat. ment for persons that have accidentally come in contact with electric wires, and, as I am convinced that electrocution, as practied and used at the state prison at Auburn and other prisons in this state, does not produce death, and that tile death of those convicted of capital offenses and electrocuted is produced from causes other than electricity, I hereby make application for leave to at tempt to resuscitate to life Charles P. Wilson, now sentenced to death by elec trocution in Auburn state prison, said attempt to be made as soon as he shall be pronounced dead by the attending physicians. I also respectfully request that said attempt and experiment be made in the presence of a committee of physiologists and electricians, to be selected by six of the leading medical colleges in the United States, and that Prof. Austin Flint, M. D.. physiologist, of New York City, be named as one of the said com minttee. Respectfully, PETER J. GIBBONS, M. D. Syracuse, Nov. 12, 1894. Albany, N. Y., Nov. Nov. 17.-The let ter of Dr. Gibbons, of Syracuse, to Gov. Flower, requesting his permission to attempt to revive Murderer Wilson, who is awaiting death in Auburn prison, after his electrocution, will be offered to Superintendent of State Prisons La throp for action when received. It is the general opinion here that no state officer has power, under the law, to grant Dr. Gibbons' request. tar.i.ve,.mn .saults. From a letter written by Rev. J. Gun derman, of Dlmondale, Mich., we are per mitted to make this extract: "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were al most marvelous In the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the nlaptist church at Rives Junction she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding Ia grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last for hours with little Interruption, and it seemed as If she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; It was quick in Its work and highly satisfactory in results." Trial bottles free at Parchen-l)' Achlul Drug Co. Regular else 50c and St. Estimates of the Cotton Crop. Charleston. 8. C., Nov. 18.-The esti mates made on the cotton crop made on the eaxchange here vary from 9,000,*I0 to ie,'tm),000 hales. It is expected that ('har leston's receipts this year will be fully 410,000 bales, of which 11M,71 bales have been so ar recelived. Captain Sweeney. U. S. A., Ban Diego, Cal., says: "Bhlloh's Catarrh Remedy Is the first medicine I have ever found that would do me any good." Price GO cents. For Lale by Parchen-D'Acheul Drug Co. Two Chlldren Burned to Death. Natches, Miss., Nov. Il.-The house of Louis William, nine miles below Natchez, was destroyed by tire this mornlqg and two children were burned to death. Will lama and another child were also badly burned. hiloh's Cure. the great Cough and Croup Cure, is in grrea demand. Pooket else contains twenty-live doses, only 15 cents. Children love it. For sale by Par. cheu-D'Acheul Drug Co. Aged Woman Kiled. Jersey (ity, Nov. 1I.-Mrs. Christiana Biller, 87 yearis old, fell down stairs at her home, do Cambridge avenue, Jersey City Heights. last nilht, and was so badly injured that she died. Karl's Clover Hoot will purifly your Blood, clear your Complexion, regulate your bowels and make your head clear as a bell. 6 cents, N cents and SI. For sale by Paroben D'Aekeul Drug Co. FREE Drs, Liebig & Co., Rne vWorll elowe seclalistz PERMANIENT OFFICE: 13 S IIAIN SE HELENA. Fr consultation given to all persons smuering from Chronic Dismeses Diseas f the sye. Ear. Nose, Throat, Stomach, Kidneys. Urinary Orans., Nervous and Private Affections. The rapidly inoreas Ing number of patients in Montana de mind greater facilites and accommoda tions, to meet which Drs. Liebig A Co. have established offices in this city. They will be In charge of a duly authorised rep resentatlve, who will report all compll cated cases to the head office, where a complete record is kept of all cases and the treatment adopted. E.eh branch hav ing Its specialists, no one physician, and not less than five experienced specialists have a .consultation on every ease pre sented. Having thousands to refer to, comparisons are radily made. No expert menting-simply applying the treatment that has times without number proved successful. This is the eeoret of their success and the reason such marvelous cures as heretotore reported have been made after the be4t local physicians pro nounced them hopelessly Incurable. MEN-Chronlic affections, whether from early Indiscretlen, Venerlal Excesses, Seminal Weakness, A.ass of Manhood, Syphillis and other affectlons unflttin them for enjoying any of the pleasures of life, treated and cured after absolute failure by others. Drs. Llebtw & Co.'s reputation for their unparraleled success in treating the Diseases of Men Is world wide, and they have patients in all parts of it. WOMEN-Their specialist for affec. tlons of Women has all the latet appli. ances and remedies used in the principal hospitals, and is without a superior on the coast. t'ATARItH-And kindred affections of the Eye, Ear, Throat and Lungs success. fully treated, and In a manner so mildtly as to be acceptable to the most delicate child. Braces for Spinal Deformities. Club Feet, etc. manufactured. Satlsfaotlon guaranteed. Call early and avoid being hurried by the large number of patients. Those who cannot find it convenient to see the Emi nent Specialists can state their cases by letter. Careful attention given to cor. respondence and medicine and appliances sent by express. REGULAR VISIT8 MONTHLY. At Great Falls on the 15th and 1lth. At Missoula on the 20th. At Boseman on the Mth. At Livingston on the nth. Montana Division-13 Main street, Helena. Northern ilvlsion--4 East Broadway, lutte City, Montana. Southern Division- 123 mouth Main street, Los Angeles. California. Central ilivision-S.3 to 307 West Ninth street, Kansas City, Missouri. Western lDivelion - 400 Geary street, an Franelsco, California. asulern Dlvlsion--)4 Randolph street. Chicago. Illinois. P5OVM.rl54IJ.L (;MtY - AIIR~OUN . DAUDOUR, £umsw w/mmd wM ' Nmab Ems3 - - Did... Umam. DULLA OI.RD, LU.... (. ..uMI Lam hm rcýOt lN wI r Irl i ý otice to Gold iner& hILV3R-PLATID Amalgamated Plates Por svins Goad I Quartz, Gravel, or Placer M ines. ad" ol est soft Lake Uupgafa Goppet At Reduced Prices. Our plates are guarantee, and t actUal eoporieone are prord, the best in weight of siveor and dugrbillit. Old mining plates re. plated, bought or gold separatd. ThouaAds o oorders filled San Franclsco Novelty,G old, Sli1 ver and Nickel PlatingWorks E, T0 Ra Tu1 I St., h a 1ordeLr (b SEND FOR CIROULAR& Justinian Caire, Agent, 531 a s38 Esehe tL.. S suerase, AsJaer' a minid i Material mAN VNcTDRKI 01 Battyiry Sns and Wire Clotc Igrrs l)*IIOBSIN' HYDIO·O OA " ·or AI4Y 7URNACE rwlC~r i ii iRIi B N;wWC ma &aa OY, Orr za - I p 1r0 ,Iflbl 1 ALBERT LEA ROUTE Jlinneapolis and St Louis $ailay. ----EBT LIN TO- ST. LOUIS , HOT SPRINGS CHICAGO KANSAS CITY CALIFORNIA OR LOW RATES AND A TTS, OtR INFORMATION ADDRESI A. B. CUTT S, ACTING GEN. T. P. AOT. MINNEAPOLIS. DO YOU WANT ANYTHING IN THE JOB LINE? SWZNXD OALBON'B FOR THE INDEPENDENT JOB ROOM WILL OGIVE YOU PRICES OS LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS. NOTE HEADS. ENVELOPES, STATEMENTS, CARDS, TAGS, Etc. ITNTNO AND BANKE.RBS LANUS PAMPHLETS, BRIEFS, Z+T. .ANYTHING FROM A POSTER TO " CALLING CARD. THE INDEPENDENT JOB ROOM.