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THE BEE HIVE
AUGUST !
This month reminds us
that the time is fast ap
proaching to make room for
our immense fall shipment3
of
HOLIDAY GOODS
- AND TOYS,
which will be larger ai:d
more complete than ever
before, and we are obliged
to reduce our preient stock,
as every available foot in
our store will be taxed to
its utmost capacity to ac
commodate the goods now
cn route. We offer this
week such inducements to
buyers that they must buy,
at prices quoted, or bay at
other places and pay double
the amount for the same
gods.
T. HT 1 E BEE HIVIE .*
oel. Genzberger & Co., 5 N. Main Street.
ADVERTISED LETTERS.
Letters for the following porsons remain
uncalled for at the Helena, Mont., postoflioe
on Aug. 13. 1891. In calling for them please
say "advertised."
Abbott, T. E. Ackerman, Grant
Adams, John W. Anderson. James
Angelo, Gilardi Autich, Augustin
Aylward, We. Bailey, A. D.
Barclay, G. N. Bartlett. Allis
Bausner, James Baum, Wm. (2)
Begle, Nika Brand, Norton F.
brownlow, George lrunet, Paul
luoner, C. F. Bullard, William T.
Burke, Thomas Burleigh, 11. Wade
B:rne, George Campbell, Y. Y.
Carroll, H. I. Coup, J. E.
Caolline, H. W. Collins. Robert
Corms, James Doen, Heinrich
Edwards, John O. Edwards, J. B.
Ehmueller, Joe Fleming, R1. H.
French, Walter E Fuller, Albert
Garrett, C. B. Gordon. J. H.
Gott, Alex. Gibson. Wm.
Grenohl, L. Green, A. G.
Guskey, Henry Haide. Chna.
Halveoson, Jim Hanson, Charles
Hansen, Anton Heath, George
Hendricks. J. -ickler, W. W.
Hill, Frank N. Hunt, John
Ingraham, J. N. Jeffery, Charles
JePrmyn, Alphonse Kelly, John E.
Kennedy, Wm. Rolloer, Joseph
Kromer, A. E. Kuntz. L.
Landlord, 320 East Lawrence. O. M.
Cutler sheet. Loomis, Nell
Lundell, E. Gustaf Mackersie, Stephen
Maw, Louis Baaus, Wm.
MehnBfey, Robert Meinz, C.
Miller, Elmer Muir, Winm.
Mhullison, E. Myeos, Beniamin G.
McCung, C. W.
McCulley, John MoDaniols, John
McElhaney, Cal. McKay, A. H.
MoMillan, S. B. Nilleon, L.
O'Connell, David Oldenburg, Henry
O'Shea, Dennis Otto, E. J.
Paulson. P'nul Pimley, P. N.
Purcell. E. It. . aymond, Frank
Riggs, D. S. Hogan, W. A.
Robrinback, Frank 1{oss, William
Rosa, M. C. Schloss, lien.
Schoonover, F. II. yeymiur, George
Shirley, George Simmers. Teannies A.
Sresrs, W. A. Suring, Jno.
titedman, J. iH. Stewart, Alfed
Swans6n, J. P. Swoom. Alick
'Taliaferro, E. J. Townsley, Fount E.
Trouter, Johnis Wallace, Jam-s H.
Weber, Chas. (2) Whittney, Charles
Wolf, Elias (3) Wood, Mr.
Woodsworth,J. E. (3)Wright, E. L.
LADIES' LIST.
Alleman, Miss Aggie Anderson, Mrs. C. L.
Barnhardt, Mrs. P. Barr, Tina
Brady, Miss Nellie Brant, Miss Minnie
Brown. Mrs. Lottie Bsrleigr, Mrs. C. F.
Cade, Miss Ida G.(2) Caol, Miss Marie
Carlson, Miss Anna Corcorn, Miss May
Craig, Miss Annie Cropsey,Mrs.Florence
De, Mis Agns Ag Garme. Mrs. Mary
Glinebnre,Miss Ellen Gorham,MissEdnaC.
(Go id, Mrs. J. DoW. Gibson, Mrs. W. E.
Hnam ilton. Mrs. MinnieHerdliska, Josie
llughes, liss Colin Landreth, Marie
Lawrence,Mrs.Jennle Olson. Mrs. Emma A.
sayette. Molly Peterson, MissKate V.
Petterron.MissHannaRicord, Miss Mary
laenden, Miss Alma Sai tain, Miss Eliza
Smith, M's. Will Smith, Mrs. Thomas
Stamtuos, Miss Carrie Steinhart, Mrs. 8.
Steward,Miss Manggrs Taylor, Mrs. C. H.
Waller, Mrs. N. S.(2) Yosa, Mrs. Maria
T. H. CLtWEI.L, P. M.
Excursion Ilates to California.
On the 15th of each month the Northern
Pacite l alroad will sell tound-trip tickets
to California foints as follows:
Helena to anu Francisco and return, go
ing via Portland and returning same way,
$75.
To San Franoisco, going via Portland and
returning via O)iden and Silver Bow, $90.
To Los Angels, going and returning via
Po tland, entering Han Francisco in one
dloectiun eitte going or returning, $88.
'lo Los Angeles, going via Portland and
San Francisco, and returning same route,
$911.
To Loo Angeles, doing via Portland and
San 1F anciseo, returning via Sacramento
and Ogden, $4i'.TA).
l'ickets will be limited for sixty dase for
lgoing passaur., with setu n at any time with.
on the Inal limit of six months.
A. ID.ou EOAs, Gen. Agt.. Helena, Mont.
Case. 8. Fita. G. P. & . A., St. Paul. Minn.
INFANTS' CLOAKS
z'lot infants' embroidered Flan
nel Cloaks, full length, in cream
and tan, worth $4.
THIS WEEK $2.
I lot infants'embroidered Flan
nel Cloaks; better quality, cream
and tan, worth $4.50.
THIS WEEK $2.50.
I lot infants' embroidered Flan
nel Cloaks, fine quality, cream
and tan, worth $6.
THIS WEEK $3.50.
I lot infants' embroidered Flan
nel Cloaks, best quality, cream
and tan worth $7.50.
THIS WEEK $4.75.
Full line of embroidered Flan
nel Cloaks, Skirts, Shawls, Etc.,
for Infants' wear, at special sale
prices.
UMBRELLAS.and PARASOLS
Our buyer has secured another
lot of all Silk Umbrellas and Par
asols at a bankrupt sale, which
we will -ell at the following low
prices:
26-inch Helvetia Silk Umbrel
las, Paragon frame, oxidized sil
ver handles, worth $3.
THIS WEEK $z.75.
28-inch, same quality, worth
$3.50.
THIS WEEK $2.oo.
24-inch, Carola Silk Umbrellas,
Paragon frame, fancy metal han
dles, worth $3.25.
THIS WEEK $.90o.
24-inch Acme Silk Umbrellas,
Paragon frame, assorted handles,
very fine, worth $4.
THIS WEEK $2.50.
28-inch Carola Silk Umbrellas,
very fine, extra quality, worth
$4.25.
THIS WEEK $2.75.
CARTERS
ITTLE
IVER
PILLS.
CURE
BSick Headache and relicvs all the troubles incle
deat to a bi;ious state of the system, such as
izziness, Nausea. Drowsiness, Distress after
eating Pain in tile Side, &c. While their most
remarkable r.ccese has been shown in curing
Headache, yet CARTER'S TrTr.r LIVER PL-:ls
are equally valiable in ('onstipation, curing
and prevelnting his alnnriing coilnplain;, while
they also corriet all di',clersf ofl the stonlmach,
stimulate tihe liver and relclate the bowel
Even if they dcly cured
HEAD
Ache they would he almost priceless to those
who suffer from this dlstressitg complaint;
but fort.nately their goodnesn does not end
here, and those who once try them will find
these little pills vlalahle in so many ways that
they will trot lie willing to do without them.
But after all sick head
ACHE
Is thebane of so many lives that here is where
we make our great boast. Our pills cure It
while others do not.
CARTERn' LIrTLE lIVOR PILLs are very small
and very easy to take. Onle or two pills maka
a done. They are strictly vegetable and do
not gripe or purge, but Iby their gentlie action
please all who use them. In vials at 215 cents;
re for $1. Sold everywhero, or sent by mall
CAITER lEDlIIN CO., Now York.
hDsil, h ! ose, mall frice,
FOR FORTY YAIlti DIL. tH, I.
HALL'S BALSAM
FOR TIE LUNGS
Has been a nevr-failing family remely for
CUGUC HS, COLO, Ci(..,sIarll'TION, "LA
Nh.E, I NLEUMIONIA. "AT' ARRH. IN ILU
ICNZA, ACUTE eand CO lONIC BRONCHI.
TI . A,4' It M A. I, as t€OPIN( COUGlH(,
(ROUP, PLEURISY, PAIN IN THE NIDE
AN hltrEA.' ' uIfl'1ING OF BLOOD, and
all disrases of the
THROAT, CREST and LUNGS
--Lo eadlug to- -
CONSUMPTION.
DR. WM. HALL',;r PALSAM contains no
opium, morphine. noer any deletrious drug. It
be.thbs aud le l the hMembrane of the Lung.,
tndaned and pcilmaed by dliseasr. anti Dreventa
night ewea's and tiuhtnui. sacreu tho oete., It
is peaint io the tae. IBe sur* and ask for DI.
WM. HAALL'diI IIA M, anl take no other.
Trade supplied by it. M. Parehen A Co..
Helesa, Meat.
ItICE 265., 5O~., $100.
DR. WM. MALt. CO., NEIW YORK.
Sold by H. M. Partesaa & Co., Helena. Mont.
V, B. LIKICHllER,
Second Floor Heorald Bmliing,
BLANK BOOKS
*;.To Order.;.
DOORl NMATLY RULED sad PRINrED.
The following Corsets in regular
stock at Prices quoted below:
C. G., in Black and Tan, 75c
M. M., in Drab, - $I.oo
Duplex, Wnite and Ecru, 1.oo
Haut Ton Waist, - 1.oo
:. & C., Black, - - z.oo
Palmetto (Summer), - 1.25
No. 44, Black, - - 1.25
Children's H. T. Corset -
Waist, - - - 65c
Fancy Turkish Tidy Towels, in
all colors, with Knotted Fringe,
new designs, worth 5oc.
THIS WEEK 25C.
Knotted Fringe Linen Dam
ask Towels, full sizes, 15 assort
ed patterns, regular 4oc. goods.
THIS WEEK 25C.
Ladies' Japanese Silk Em
broidered Handkerchiefs, in all
colors, scolloped borders, war
ranted all Silk, WORTH 5oc.,
THIS WEEK 25C.
Ladies' Japanese Silk Hand
kerchiefs, assorted, colored em
broideries, much finer, - - -
- - - WORTH $x.oo,
THIS WEEK 50C.
200 Dozen Ladies' Misses' and
Children's fast black Hose,
regular 35c and 40c. goods, will
be sold this week, or until stock
is exhausted,
6 PAIRS FOR $1.
Only 6 pairs of Ladies' Hose, and
same quantity of Children's will
be sold to any one customer.
T he Thomas Cruse Savings
BANK, OF HELENA.
Incorporated Under the Laws of
Montana,
PAID IN CAPITAL, - $100,000
THOMAS CRUSE. - - President
FRANK H. CRUSE, Vice President
WM. J. COOKE. - Sec. and Asst. Tres
W. J. SWEENEY, - Treasurer
Board of Trustees
Thomas Croses. Frank H. Cross.
W. J. Cooke, John Fagan,
W. J. Sweeney.
Allows 4 per cent. interest on Savings Deposits
compounded January and July.
Transacts a grneral banking business. Draws
exchange on the principal shies of the United
Snetes and Europe.
Deals in county and city bonds, and makes
loans on reast t.tato mortgages.
Office hours fronm 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Also on
Saturday and Monday evenings from 7 to 8
o'clock.
Serchlants National Bank
OF HELENA, MONT.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Paid in Capital, - $350,000
Surplus and Profits, - $ 90,000
L. H. HERSIFIELD, - - President
A. J. DAVIDSON, - - Vice President
AARON HERSHFIELD, - - Cashier
. * Board of Directors. a .
Thomaa Crute, H. Sands,
iS. i. lnnhfly, A. K. Pe.rott
A. J. I)adiilIson, Mtoses Morrig
L. 11. llUrshliell, J Aaron lierehiield.
J. .wltzor,
First-cles City, County and State Securities
bohe;ht and cold.
Exohmango isuned on th Dprincipal cities of the
Uniltce ou:l. anad kurope. Tranf.rs of money
soad, by U lesrrsph.
Interest allovoed on timo deposits. Collections
promptl y altolend to.
fonts for rent at ra.onahls, price, in one ot
tho It conostrctlod lire and burglar proof tatr
delo it vaults in the country.
J~ ontana National Bank.
OF HELENA, MONT.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Capital Paid In $500,000
Surplus and Profits, - $200,000
Directors.
O. A. BROADWATER, President
L. G. PHELPS. - - Vice President
B. L. MoCULLOH, - Oushier
S. E. ATKINSON, - - Aset. Cashier
A. Of. Clarke. ITerman lans,
H. F. Gal-n. PItr Iarosn.
C. W. Canaan. It. . w\Yruane,
David A. (Cory.
£801uil, Ua , Sh8im, Laos asilB (uilo 11urt111
Wall Paper OFFICE &
SCHOOL
AT COST! Furniture
No. 112 and 114,. , , SAIlf ORD. l' rw Helena
Blaby Carriaes!
GREAT REDUCTIONS!!
Our i15.oo Carriage
Reduced to - $10,00
Our $i9.oo Carriage $12t i9
Reduced to - IL..U
Our $I9.50 Carriage 13.00
Reducedto - $1a.U
Our $24.0oo Carriages $1 o00
Our $27.oo Carriage $1800
Reduced to - ,0U.UU
Only a Few More Left.
Berry Sets in Glass, Large
Dish, with six Sauce Dishes,
75c., $1.00, $1.25.
Tea Set, six pieces for 90C.
Wine Set, six Glasses, De
canter and Glass Tray, $1.50
Jelly Glasses, per Doz., 50C
50J DOZEN CORSETS, odds
U and ends, worth from 75c. to
$2.00 each, broken sizes will be
sold
THIS WEEK AT 25C
Second National Bank ....
OF HELENA, MONT.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - $75,000
SURPUS AND PROFITS, $25,000
A General Banking Business
Transacted.
E. D. EDGERTON, - President
C. K. COLE, -- - Vice President
GEORGE B. CHILD, Cashier
JOSEPH N. KENOK, - Asst. Cashier
Beard of Directors.
J. B. Sanford. C. G. Evans,
H. W. Child, S. J. Jones,
G. C. Swallow, Chris Kenok.
X. D. Edgerton, C. K. Cole.
George B. Child.
First National Bank ..-*
OF HELENA, MONT.
PAID UP CAPITAL, - $500,000
SURPLUS AND PROFITS, 700,000
Designated Depository of the Uni
ted States.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits.
General Eanking Bls:noes Transacted.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
Directors.
S. T. HAUBER, - - President
E. W. KNIGHT, - - Cashier
T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, - Asst. Cashier
GEO. H. HILL, - 2nd Asst. Cashier
Granville Stuart . - Stockgrower
Hlon. T. C. Power. - - - U. . Sonator
J. C. Curtin. - Clarke, Conrad & Curtin
It. S. Hamilton, - - Capitalist
0. R. Allen, - Mining anr Stookgrower
Chnu. K. Wells, - .Merchant
A. M. Holter. - A. M. Holter Hardware Co
Associated lBanks,
Northwestern National Bank, - Groat Fal,
First National Bank, i- - s11ol
b'lrt National Bank. - 1Bau
The American National...
BANK. OF HELENA.
CAPITAL. - $200,000
T. C. POWER, - - President
A. J. SELIGMAN, - Vioe-President
A. C. JOHNSON, - - Cashier
GEO. F. COPE, - Assistant Cashier
Directors.
T. C. Power, A J. J ellgman,
A O. Johns a, Richard Lookey,
James Sullivan.
Interest allowed on time deposits. Exchange
issued on principal cities of the United States.
('aneadand Europe, Transfers of money made
by telegraph. Collectleus promptly attended to.
Citi, counti and statesecurltlee beought and soid.
Large size Turkish Bath Tow
els, sold at special sales for 4oc.
Our price,
THIS WEEK 250.
Lindsay's Celebrated Il ose
Supporters at the following
prices this week.:
Children's Size, Zoc.
Misses' Size, 15Sc.
Ladies' Size, 2oc.
The celebrated Fboster 5-Hook
Kid Gloves in Black, Tan and
Drab, dressed and undressed,
regular $1.75 quality.
THIS WEEK $1.25.
Every Pair Warranted.
Water Tumblers of all kinds
from Soc. per doz. to $5.00.
6 piece Decorated Tea Set,
15 new pattern in Brown, Blue
and Dark Green; Worth $7.50
THIS WEEK $5.
piece Decorated Dinner
Ill Set, "Bee Hive" special
pattern, in Brown, Blue and Dark
Green, decorations worth $25.00
THIS WEEK 816.50O
Decorated Chamber Set, in
Brown, Blue and Dark Green
decorations, special pattern.
THIS WEEK 53.75.
With Jar to Match $7.oo.
Plain White Ware at Very
Low Prices.
THIE QLDEST FIE1VJ IT THWE CIT"E".
CLARKE, CONRAD & CURTIN,.
JIIAJDWJREAND- STOVES.
We now have upon our floor -
Refrigerators, the Finest and Most Complete , awn Sprinler .
Ice Boxes, Lines of all kinds of Rubber
Ice Cream HOUSE Gardn Rose,
Freezers, FPINISHING GOODS lno0aweo1
HS Nozzles,I and at prices to suit everybody. Lawn___owers
•IRON AND STEEL MINING SUPPLIES."
TEEaEPHM JE NO . S. a. 2-21 ST.
THE COOK AMALGAMATOR.
THEi COOK AMALGA MATOR may take the place of the ordinar mill
tables annd operate close up to the battero, '. r it works with splendid roeulta .a
thi tailings fro-u other amdlg;am;ating devices. It is
CIIEAI'. 1)E:SIiABLE AND EFFICIENTC U
and will Pave ninety-nine ter cent. of all the metals which will amalgamate, as
matter how fine, and the Ltoured quick in tho tail;ngs from other amalgamasina
apparatus. 'There are very many plyers is Montana where the CookAmalram.teo
will pay for itself every month.
I Will Guarantee Satisfaction Where I Advise the Purcharsa,
SEND FOR CIRCULA.R .
G. C. Swallow, Helena, Sole Agent for Montana,
Having deolined the pliaw of State Mine Inpeotor, I eam now prepared to
examine and report on mine., and aid in buying uud selling the aamo. I Lhae Lha
farty-fivo years' experience in mnxining. 0. U. .tAIJua w.
See Amalgamator at my Office from 9 to 12 A. MI
SHEET MUSIC I
Ncw Sheet Music, coraspsi
Instrumental and Vocals Muatle
all the most popu.ar composers,
10c. PER COPY.
Over 2,200 titles to select from.
Catalogues furnished on applica
tion. Mail orders solicited. No
extra charge for postage.
('UR White Goods Depart.
Lj ment contains a full line of
Ladies Mllslini Underwear,
Children's Dresses, Aprons,
Etc., which will be closed ont at
LESS THAN COST.
The celebrated Ansonia Nick
el ALARM CLOCK, usually
sold at $7.50
This Week $1.oo
Our Bargain Counters are still
replete with ali kinds of useful
and ornamental goods at popular
prices. We have
5 Cent Counters,
10 Cent Counters,
15 Cent Counters,
20 Cent Counters,
25 Cent Counters,
35 Cent Counters,
50 Cent Counters.
TINWARE OF A-ND

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