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; s- ""~ ·.r li: t : :4 :·i : V 1· s ·,Y,, s· i r' Q?'i r i : ·;- ··.i L .v, ij ·, No one will dispute the fact that The Bee Hive is the live and pushing house of Hel ena, and that the aim of the proprietors is to give the greatest val ue for the least money. New bargains are be ing added every day and prices given are as advertised. Our ad vertising is not done to mislead buyers, but every statement con tained are facts and we aim to live up to them. We know no dull times, as we make prices so low that cus tomers are bound to buy. Our goods are bought by us, to be .dispesed of, and not for shqw, as our heavy shipments during the past few months will readily show. Follow ing we mention a few bargains for this week. *l- THeE .B..& HIVE. ·r Sol. GOenzberger & Co.. 5 N. Main Street. BUSTING THE ONBBNCHOI How the Bucking Pony Is Gotten Into Condition for the Cow boy's Use. It Is Fun for the Spectator, but Work for the Buster. An Exciting Struggle of Man and Beast to Find Out Which Is the Master. Bronco bustins is a distinct art. The bronco buster may be a "professional," who has originally taken up the work to replen ish his exchequer, dealeted by whisky and poker, and sticks to it for lack of an easier job. and because he is at low-water mark; or he may he cow-puncher in slack times. As a rule, he cannot stick it out very long, for the busineis is sure to end by busting the buster. It is unquestionably the most violent form of athletics, and the bronco buster, though he must be strong and apc tire, is not, as a rule, in the exceptional condition necessary for great feats of strength and endurance. Indeed, training would scaceely help him much. Whatevcr his strength and health, the bronco bouter is sure to get hurt sooner or later. He works it off and on at $10 a bronco. All cowboys do more or less breaking, and some ranches always break their own ponies, and generally have better ones for so doing. Two rides will usually bust a bronco so that the average eow-puncher can use him. but he would scarcely keep company long with most Central park riders. Two meu generally work together. They enter the corral, where there is apt to be a good bunch of ponies, and these, as if guessing what is to come, at once jump away, and go careering madly around the inclosure. One man handles the rope, which he ti ails aiong the ground until he selects his pony, and then, with a sudden and dexterous snap, drags it over his hera . A good rC.per can cast t\wenty-five feet. '1 hen both men seize hold. dip their heels into the ground to stop the pony-knack will enable even one man to jerk hiru up, if need lbe-and finally get a turn round the snubbing-I,,st in the center ol the corral. 'liters they have the pouny fest, nn'. to:ev gradually work hlim or, to it. lIut the pony does niot u.inirit to this vigorous coa.ing in any an uailll:iIe 1IOi)0i. Ile buckt an 1 p.uis-, kickis ; d ssu.tal, and char!ges tr.tilht at his torno.sitoris, who have to play as regular guat lf hide-uiAd seek behind the .nubhlisng . sit to say," thl'.: from Iolts-it bone-r. Fisnll:[ toe auell get the winded po::y snubbl uip close to the post, where one ran hold ilite whil" the other ,ets behind him anlls catches another rot eon a forward fout. 'l hea, as thelipony starts, le yanks tihe foot back, and in muin. case-. out of ten down goes thie posy. But not always. Somen obstinate ones will sink on the other knee, and with the nose on the ground still have four points to stand on. But bv-y.d-by down lie must: the snubbing lope is made fast, the saddle is fitted on, the cirche wrohed under, and the whole m :de fast. eom-limes it is difficult to et a bit in the nonv's month, and they put on a hackamure, which is a halter-like rope asraiga.neut, a auet of Itarry hitch, with an extra. twist sround his jaw, instead. Then the second rope is lo-red and the pony is let up, still held by the euubbinl:-post rope. This is gradually loosened, so as to let the pony have a little fun all to himself, which he is sure to do, bucking round in a pretty Umbrellas and Parasols. I0-Inoh Blaok Silk Parasol, Natural Wood and Silver Handles, WORTH $2.50. ONLY $1.50. 24-Inch Ladies' Silk Umbrella, Natural ;Wood and Oxidized Silver Handles, WORTH $2.75. ONLY $1.90. 26-Inch, all Silk Umbrella, Assorted Handles. WORTH $8.00. ONLY $2.00. 28-Inch all Silk Umbrella, Assorted Handles, extra quality, WORTH $4.00. ONLY $2.75. 'aney Colors Parasol, Assorted Han dies, at One-Half Price. Children's Parasol in Solid and Fancy Colors, 350. and 500. 26 Inch Helvetia Silk Umbrella, As sorted Handles, WORTH $2.75. ONLY $1.75. Fancy Goods Department. 1 lot ladies' Lisle Thread 5C1 Gloves, - - 1 lot misses' Lisle Thread 25C Gloves, - 1 lot ladies' Silk Plaited 25C( CGover, -.- V 1 lot misses' Silk Plaited Glove, - - 2 1 lot ladies' Fast Black 20(1 Hose- (' 1 lot children's Ribbed 2®V Fast B:ack Hose, - 1 lot Irish Linen Towels 25C for - - - 1 lot ladies' Summer 25C Vests, three for - 1 lot missas' Summer 25C Vests, three for - 1 lot children's Summer 25( Vests, three for , - J These goods were b.ught by our New York buyer at a bankrupt sale, and Gannot be replaced at above p:izes. lively fashion for twenty minutes or half an hour to lid himself of the saddle, de spite the choking of the rope. This takes the feather-edge iff him, and he will end up his play covered with foam and quite a bit tired. Some extra vigorous buste's ride the pony right off. but the more judi cious p efer to let him tire himself out first. When this is done the pony is grad nally worked out on the prairie and may perhaps have to be thrown again to cinch him up and get ready for the ride. To keep him down while the rider gets ready, the 1 other man sits on his head, while the rider puts aside his six-shoot:.r and lihat and coat and everything superflnous, but keels his spurs and quirt. Then he seizes the saddle and gets his foot in the stirrup, the pony is a aduallv unwound, and the instant lie reaches his feet the bas ter is in the saddle. It is incredible how active these men can be. Then the fun be gins, and the rider and pony go at it in earn est. 'the other man sometimes goes along on another horse, with a rope to catahb the pony if things work wiong; but he is a wall ilower, arnd takes no part -in the dancing. It is pretty rough sport. ' The pony may be a running bucker, and may stand stock still and buck in place at unexpected inter uals; he may buck over a bank; he may buck and pitch a somersault forward; he may rear and fall over backward. 'ihe rider wants both to stick to his pony and be leadv to vault off in shiort measore if essential. He uses all the legs nature has given him, sti. rup or no stirrup, and lashes his pony at every rise with all his might. The suaviter in modo is absolute y sunk in the fortiter in re. When the pony rises, the trick is to get away from the cantle, and the heave buster has a fashion when the pony comes down of settlinu himself in his seat with a hard jolt and an "Ugh!" a thing which soon tires out the little fellow, whihri weighs barely four times as much as the man, and is wotking a dozen times as hard. ()ne way or other the pony will keep his re sistance up for a ce tain length of time, acco ding to dis; oistion; but in a couple of hours he will he will he ridden down. Un less lhe gets his rider into a snarl, and thus earns a let up, he will be ,o Ilayed out that Ire will go along pretty qui.tlv, with but slight attacks of his lbuck;ng fever. He has found his maet:r, and lis knows it. One mo e ride will be tl a final polish of his primary-schooling. The kinder gartening has bl ern omitted. T'Ilrt second ide will be a repetition oif the first ini,: slirhtly modi fled and less dangerrrus fo: ii. After this tire pouy is considered "bulted:" but his grtinrnar-schoIoln' lie gets from the cowboy's use. -He' never reachies the high or normal school, l.t alone tIhe college; butt lie has a knack of educating Irnirrulf, and the amurnt of info "mation and skil ire will pick u;, of its own aicor.i at cow-punching ii wrrnderrf`l. I.e oi cours' ii- taught to guide Iy tihe neck. and heI twists and tlurns in t,e i ; crhlorirllrio of his dlutiea with ex trio dtuna V I!ntllril'- Itrnl i qluiCnenss: but r: gori.t d.nl of wan i: he Joelri's is not so imuch taiulhit Iy n,:l ed:u'rntionil p encs:, as picked u, ba.'yr'; i In ni trit rt ,irnO wirk. which, tuler ail. i :ii r,,n:y ritv w a hiorse ever hr.( us.-c'uounel 'IT. A. !iodge in Ifarper's Migazine. llrmalltly EI.xeii'"il i :aiMites. 'I e Al lnt:au ('i: tral will seil during tIhe sumunie ti:ke.ts fionmi II lena to Alhambra nrd I l'ouler r.nd irturn at one fnre for the rums.rt r. Ic . 'I ikm-ts w ,ill , ' n sinle 'it r -a ail S rdrinni i wn till be goodrr to re tafu untii thie ullowii', .lrr"n i;. II. I.,iaurey, (jrGene'rill 'ICikt Agent. Oin tic. .innt Fourth of July, 1.!1, t, he North. ni c 'i ih I a !it'uiratr li ii sell excursion t trIt b:-tween aill pol:nt'l in rintnawiitthin : ) Illl 's ,ll f'rlt'r , a., i nd it lll'-.i!ti for tihe rounid t:il'. 'l'ic!'is oin u Lao Jul, ;f atld 4. Goui to retulu until Jul-, L. A. IL. Elinsta, Gein't Aqt. Ci Crs. . :F. Fr . 1'. . !. A. O. K. T.---oms. t lhNsult,.--0. K, T. Many of tiL. l,imineers of t)r,',ou and t Washington hr.vo chleerfully testified to the . wonderful curative properties of thre cele brated (Oegon Kidney Tea. Purely vege. table and pleasant t he ti taste aend ran be taken by the youngest child o" most deli cato female. I . K. T'. i i a never falling a remedy for pains in the back lind loins, 7 non retention of urine, scalding or burning Specialty Department, A perfect Nursery Stove, en tirely new, fills a long felt want-should be in every family--this week, - 25c Curling Irons, - 15c Curling Iron Heaters, - o0c Eldridge Potato Masher and Fruit Press (new), - 5oc Patent Pie Plate Turner, soc Stationary Coffee Mill, - 6oc Sink Brush, - - Sc Patent Chimney and Bottle Cleaner, - - zoc Shelf Paper, all colors, per book, - - - 5c Household Ammonia, x6-oz. bottle, - - - 2oc Sewing Machine Oil, - Ioc Large size Putz Pomade, soc SHEET MUSIC. We are still headquarters for Sheet Music at io CENTS PER COPY, and have placed standing orders for new music to be shipped weekly. Remember that we sell you any and all kinds of SHEET MUSIC, Vocal and Instrumental at so CENTS PER COPY. Catalogues furnished on appli cation. Mail orders solicited. sensation while i urinating, mucous dis charges and all kidney troubles of either sex. $1 at all druggists. Freight Rates. The Union Pacific is prepared not only to make the same freight rates from Dulutn and West Superior to Montana common points as are made by northern lines, but on freight traffic reaching Milwaukee or Chi cago from the east via the lakes, destined to Montana common points, will make same rates as can be made via the lakes and Duluth or West Superior, this route via Milwaukee or Chicago being much quicker. H. O. WILsON, F. & P. A.. 28 North Main street. How to Prevent Roughness of the Skin. During cold, dry, windy weather this question asitates the mind of every lady in the land who prizes a smooth, soft skin. There is nothing more harmless and effect ive than Wisdom's Violet Oream for pre venting and eradicating the ill effects of severe weather. Try it. TEN TIMES BETTER THAN EVER, Cominl on its Own Special Traln. A WONDER WORLD TITAN. McM.K.I-EON'S New Railroad Show. Circus, Wild Animal Exposition, -ANI)D Grand Anthropological Museum, WILL EXIIBIT AT HELENA, FRIDAY, JULY 10. Augmlenltedl in Every Departmnrot To A imaze and Anluse. .ran 1 Ar ric A.,r mbhly of Natio:i'. Over 100--PEERLESS METEORS--100 The laurol Crowned ('lhampions of Five ConhllN in Frliellly Rivalry AT EACH AND EVERY EXHIBITION ,JO-JO Europe's Greatest Wonder ,J(-,J() The Autoe.a'. f th, C(urirsity WVr'd -'Eg ,idI at a sa.lary of - $1,000--PER WEEK -$1,000. QUEEN I N JU1 Il() AND ItOl(MEI. 'Thre Dual doviniii oruntairm. TilE TAII.EI'T .NlNi) II ' lVIET'I' :.LE IP'IANTS lViIt KNOWN. Full 50l) Abluitely Now 1, at rire, toU N UmoroLri to Vlt'ir+ir hoe,. A title at , .eoie.tivo 'itlhl ur)ings liolhln y l,,r All. 2.GlliND EIIIIIBITIONS I)ýILY'.2 Doors Opean I t n 7 I 1' M. I'erftrinam.ce Onte hliour Aftowitr Is. For particulars. ire liulletiii Iboards. I ilholerayph arid the various Advertising hMldiumn. FIREWORKS! Dealers w:ah:ng to put in a supply of Fireworks for the 4TH OF JULYV, will do well to live us a call. We have Assorted Fireworks, put up in oases ready for shipment, at $4 TO $52.50 PER CASE. according to quantity wanted. Every case has a full assortment. We sell the;e gooods at WHOLESALE ONLY. Gent's Furnishing Goods, I lot men's Summer Under- nG wear, per suit, U x lot men's Lisle Thread $1 o Underwear, per suit, lI.U x lot men's Balbriggan $125 Underwear, per suit, .LU z lot men's Fast Black Half 25C Hose, - - LJI I lot men's Colored (fast) 25C Half Hose, - i I lot men's Silk Ties, all 25C Shades, - - i lot fancy Suspenders, 25C I lot men's fancy border 20C H. S. Handkerchiefs, I lotmen'simported Dog O Skin Walking Gloves, 5 I.JU Summer Ties, all styles, 1 only - - lu Goods must 'move at prices quoted above if quality is taken into consideration. COMING TO HELENA. The World Famous and Reanarkably Successful San;Francisco Physician, Surgeon and Specialist, •DR. A. C. STODDART,*. Or the Examiner and Contracting Senior Physi. cian of the Celebrated and Renowned DR. LIEBIG & GO. Liebig World' Dispensary, KANSAS CITY. BUTTE CITY, SAN FRANCISCO, Offices and Private Rooms for Free Gonsultation, -AT THE Merchants Hotel, Helena, JULY 1st TO 5th. Private Office: Room 15. [WI CALL EARLY E as Offices will be Crowded the Last Day. Special Treatment for and Wonderful Cures made of all CHRONIC, PRIVATE AND WASTING DISEASES, rye. Ear, Nose, Throat. Blood and Skin, Liver and Kidneys, Gleet. Stricture. Varicocele, Hydro sole. Loss of Vitality. Seminal Weakuess, Norn on; Debility and 'ramature Decline in Young. Mishd:e Atei, or the Old. Brace, Appliances, Trusses, Ela.tic Stockings for Varicocele condi tions. Apparatus for all deformities made for sach and every case. This will be a rare opportunity to consult the fi d doctor. SUMMONS-IN TIlE DIST!IlCT COUIIRT OF the First Judicial District of the Stato of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. t'lara I,. Nalloy, plaintiff, vs. Charles K. NaUey. dot fndan. rTh ctate of Montana sende greeting to the above namned defendant. Yot ar hlrtroy rol cro to appear i an an tion brought agni+to :you bly tt, abley,, itnmuLd plaintlil inll the ditrict coas.t o the iorit judicijtl district of 'hI, state of Montana. in and for thel county of 1.ws aL , ("sltark.. .n t to answer the comp.laint tibl torilln, wilhin sSn tindays ioxlusivo of thit day otsfr ic"/ afn.Irt 1' t, ),rrioe on o..st of this utonntone, it stordl ntih,n thih cotunty: or. if servo!d ot, of tin ct:ic:n' y, 0t .with in tc t i t:rict. withi: twunt.d io : lti't:'r'.tto wittonl forty days, or jtolaincnt 1.y du'fault will ti, talet a ainet you. according to the is xryr tOf saitl , oconlaint. lt'1, s,itl nctiou is r.,tlgl.t It, ',btt:n adoe rot tl st o ,.: it 'It OO tipo e' t0,tiit eti ;t .t ets .tots iu.s, ipltitil: i "d '.os.ctl.sni llott tlo Kito'ou,o l tif wii Iu tot 'tr'o tio o,: o lt,' pl ottitttit r 10 Otit delesd ont at d .lil I,.rt.lr trom thlunt nit rout the intenti| n oct rl r ti: g. and talittual drunkon t, . of 't- oeotIlllonlllltrt tr tourt. than tos year last p pt: I r t.tr s',. ly. b, tco I laintol, of the ,th!'dr o f raid ., aiinft ansd do.tudant and for her c ,.!'. And yo' scre Iorrobr notifid that if you faill to atp p,,ar slld aThwor Itil mittl lnIollalit, as above reouirod. tito, raid plainiltt wil, take dnfau't a: Ontt , t atltdL ply t, 'ts ('olrl for the reoef d ...t.ldl.d i', tl, s ,.tc,,l anlt. hlivlt Illrootr tno lant and flit, seal of the dis trot g[0rlt el ti lorst lolisial district of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis 6tol ('loark,. thiu tonth day of June. In the ya, ,,t Ot.r Lord. one tllosntand eight hundred and nileotyono. r ......... JOIIIN BEAN. Chrrk. (1el )istrilct f By I. it. TH o iati:,il, -C rt Alts. fo. Iela. P rn. L------r-----. .t.. orlj'l~ intig, Notion ,Department. Imported Tooth Brushes, "zoc Imported best quality Tooth Brushes, - - 25c Playing Cards, - zoc Corset Stays, - - cc Dress Shields, a - zoc Elastic Gartering, per yard, ioc Scented Glycerine Soap, per box - - - 25c Fancy . Toilet . Soap, four pieces, per box, - 25c Cocoa Castile Soap, - 5c Fancy Toilet Soap, - 5c Court Plaster, per paper, - 5c China and Lamp DEPARTMENT. Decorated Dinner Sets, iii pcs., Brown, Blue and Green, Worth $22.50. Price $z6.5o. Decorated Chamber Sets, Bee Hive Special Pattern, Worth $5.00. Price $3.75. Carlsbad China Tea Set, 56 pcs., Gold Band, Worth $z8.oo. Price $52.oo. White Ironstone Chinaware in open stock, at greatly reduced prices. Glass Stand Lamp, with Burner, Wick and Chzmney complete, Worth 5o cts. Price 25 cts. Decorated Vase Lamp, Shade and Vase to match, Duplex Burner, Worth $5.00. Price $3.25. Bisque Finish, ditto, Worth $6.oo. Price $3.75. Hand-Painted Vase Lamp, with Shade to match, Worth $So.oo. Price $6.oo. 22nd Annual EXHBITION 1891 DIRECTORS: 1891 L. H. Hershfield. C. A. Broadwater, W.. A. Chebrman. Franoi' tIopr. A..1. )avidson. T. H. Kleinschmidta B. H. Tatem. C. D. Hard, H. M. Parchon. THE Montana State Fair Opens at Helena, Aug. 22, and Continues Seven Days. $25;000 Are Ofered in Premiums and Purses. Entries for Premiums close Saturday, Aug. 22, and no entry will be received after that date. Entries for the following Trotting and Pacing Purses close JULY z: Trotting, $1,000 2:30 Class Trotting, " 2:24 " Pacing, " 2:22 " Trotting, " 2:20 " Trotting, " 2:27 " Pacing, " Free for All Trotting, " Free for All Send your address to the sec retary for the Premium List. The additional inducemtnt of Half Rates from all points in 1Montana on all railroads, makes the occasion a fit and proper time to pay the Capital City a visit. A. J. DAVIDSON, President. FRANCIS PoPEs Secretary. * Gutlery . Department. 9-inch Nickel-Plated Steel 25C Shears, for - - 8-inch Nickle-Plated Steel q Shears, for - - LI 7-inch Nickle-Plated Steel 25C Shears, for . - - L5 6-inch Nickle-Plated Steel Shears, for - - C Gentlemen's Nickle-Plated '25 Steel Pocket Scissors, Ladies' Nickel-Plated Steel 25 Trimming Scissors C Button-hole Scissors, with q Screw Attachment, E5 All sizes Scissors and q Shears, for - - L 1-2 Dozen Silver-Plated Tea Spoons, for - 1-4 Dozen Silver-Plated r Table Spoons, for - 5 z-4 Dozen Silver-Plated Table Forks, for - 2JC The above Goods are worth three and four times amount asked f6r them, and are SPECIAL BARGAINS. Between Missoula, Garrison, Hel ena, Butte City, Bozeman, Liv ingston, Billings, Miles City and Glen iie, and all points EAST AND WEST. There is nothirg better than the rervice on The Dining Gar Line. Through Pullman Sl eo.ino ('are and Furnished Tourist Bleepers Lai y bo.wee. ponts in SMONTANA .-ANDI- ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & CHICAGO. rParfie ('ost Tt aine Prssing througit Mlinnesota Ndlrth Dakota, Montana, Idaho.'Oregon and H aohington, carry complete equipments of PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS. FIRST & SECOND C LASS COACHES, PULLMAN 'iOUIINST AND fEI.E COLONIAL tiLEEI ERS & ELEGANT DINING CARS. THROUGH TICKIETS o re old at all coupon ofices of the Nort here Par:fic ii. I, to aotnts North, East, 1 outh aid West in the Unatoa States and Canada. TIME SCHEDULE. In effect on anti after Sunday, March 29, 1891. TRAINH AIIRIVl AT HELENA. No. i, Pacific Mail, west bound ........ 1:35 p. m No.2, Atlantic mail. east b.und.......10:40 p. a No. l, Losan and leo.ona Passenger. eonneeting at Logan with train Io. 3. PIactio Expruas. w,- t bund........ 1:30 a. in No. 0, alissoula and Butte Epress..... 12:50 p. in No. Marysville pasenger ............. 11:10 a. o n No. 10, Mcrysville accemmodatnio ..... .:3J I No. 1'2. RilMini mrxod. Mondays, Wed netrtdys and t rity ................ .. 5:00 p. wy No. 9. Wickel, Boulder and S llkhorn pateenger..............................10:25 a. i= TRAINS DEIART FROnM UELENA. No. 1, nacifie Mail, west bound........ 1:50 p No. 2, Atlantic Mail. east hound........ 10:55 p. ms Nou. , llo:ena and Logan passenger. coeenetinwitill train No. 4 at Logan, Atlanl it express, east bound.......... 4:40 p No. 5. Missoola and Butte Express..... 8:00a. i. No. ?, Marysvrille :.enger ............. :45 a. mn No. 9t, Maryavillr accommosdation....... 8:00 p. m No. 101, Himnini mixed, Mondays, Wed irS ll|a entd Fridais ............ 8:15 ai. im No. lit, Wiekes, lBoulder and Elkhorn P assenger .. ... . ... ............. . :91O n I,r ratel. mapos, time tables or special in'or nma; ion, apply to any agent of Ihe Northero Pa citic it. It.. S:r to CU AS. R. FEE, A. D. EDGAR, Grn'l Pas-. & 'T. Agt., Geonral Acgnt, lT. PAUL, M INS tor. 5iin Grand sle., A iad . Me ont. THE GREAR NORTHIER Raillay Line,. Montana Central Railway. Gre t Northern Railway, Eastern Ra'lway of Minnesota, Wilmar and Sioux Falls Railway, Duluth, Watertown & Pacific Ry. : THE GREAT THROUGH SYSTEM! A solid through train of Sloeperl, Dining tar, I)ay Cotrahee and F e Colonial Sleepers to inneapolis. St. Paual, Du luth, West Superior and Sioux City. ('lose ronnectibns for Chicago, Now York, Boston and all Eastern Cities. Until further notice Trains will run as follows. Ansva. I ALL TRAINS DAILY DarA--. i.l" a. in. I..Atantlic Eprýe... 1s:10 a. m. 2:1. p. m . Piaiic Etrpres... 2:45 p. m. 0:40 p. is. I Retina & Butte Iocal 8:40 a. u. SleepIng car bcbs tlokelst titme tables, etr., at Rep t and City TlckeO Oitce, No. 0, Norts Main street. C. . Prre, City Ticket Agent i. U. Lasotzr. 0. P. A T. et., . Q It's.