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Comprising the Latest Sensations in Celluloid Fancy Goods, Spice Cabinets, Fancy Head Rests, Novelties in Table Covers, Hand Painted Picture Throws, Bureau Scarfs, Satchet Bags, Tidies, Satchet Novelties, French Dolls, Jewel Caskets, German Dolls, Work Baskets, Austrian Dolls, Toilet Cases, China Toys, Manicure Cases, Wooden Toys, Novelties in Whisk Broom Hold- Iron Toys, ers, Tin Toys, Plated Silverware, Rubber Toys, Fancy Chinaware, Paper Toys, Etched Glassware, Toy Pianos, Bisque Figures, Toy Guns and Pistols, Ivory Vases, Toy Books, Leather Writing Desks, Toy Blocks, Albums, Toy Games, Photograph Frames, Mechanical Toys, Gold Band Carlsbad China Din- Steam Toys, ner Sets, Magic Lanterns, Hanging Flower Baskets, Savings Banks, Art Pictures, And thousands of other goods, Decbrated Lamps, impossible to enumerate. Imported Baskets, GOODS ARRIVING DAIIY. Largost Stock of Fancy Gods in Moltalna " T7HE BEEE HIVE. * SOL. GENZBERGER & CO. 5 NORTH MAIN STREET, HELENA -I . .. . . ... . . . . ...I -.i snn •Iin i GENERAL NE WS OF THE STATE. Bozeman. Billy Randall moves with a rush these days. It is a boy. Nelson Story has already turned over 12,000 head of Ox Yoke cattle to Murphy & Co. A fireman named Ciley died in this city on Saturday of typhoid fever. He left a family. Mr. Dana, of Wyoming, purchased most of the steers of the Sixteen Mile roundup. He paid $21, $28 and $32 for them. The scarcity of wood continues and un less one pays $2.75 and $3 for a wagon-box full of sawed wood, he goes without. The wife of Gro. Nelson, who had been caring for Pike Nelson at the Holmes farm, died on Tuesday and was buried on Wednesday. The Teachers' institute for Gallatin county will be held at the West Side school, Bozeman, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 5, 6 and 7, 1891. C. E. Church met with a painful acci dent while playing ball on Sunday. In his efforts to knock the ball to Galesville, he slipped on the home plate and sprained his knee. Alliance Agent Wilkenson is now receiv ing grain at the alliance warehouse at Bozeman and Belgrade. He shipped 220, 000 pounds of barley and oats on Satur day. For barley he got 97;/ cents; for oats, $1.03. There will be a W. C. T. U. social, with literary exercises, at the Presbvterian church Tuesday evening, Nov. 3. It is in tended as a farewell to Mrs. Wylie, who leaves for Boston as a delegate to the Wo mans' Christian Temperance union. Rev. W. T. Goulder, of this city, ex changed pulpits with Rev. Mr. Squires, of Butte, on Sunday, and preached to a large congregation at the Smelter city. He like wise married two couples while away, one of whom, Jas. A. Underwood and Miss Clara Allen. Geo. Davis has sold half of his 400 acre farm on Iteese creek, to Wi. Hankinson, of WillOw Creek, for $5,500. Mr. Davis will remove to Bozeman at once in order to educate his children, and expects to pur chase eventually, a emall tract of land con venient to the city. On the evening of Oct. 20 a local lodge of the Daughters of the Degree of Rebekah, to be known as Naomi, No. 8, was or:an ized with twenty-five charter members. The following oflicers were elected: W. G. M., Mrs. Mardis; W. V. C. M., Mrs. Ander son; W. treasurer, Mrs. Bessey; W. secre tary, Allis Lundwall; W. chaplain, Mrs. Bisel. Boulder. Born, in Boulder, Monday, Oct. 25, to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Murn, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winters have re moved from Boulder to Helena, in which latter place they will spend the winter. The county commissioners meet in special session next Monday to let the contract for building a bridge over the Missouri river at Toston. MoPherson post, G. A. B., will probably cel-obate Thanksgiving day with Comrade B. F. Hoopes and family in the Boulder valley. Mrs. (George A. Douglas returned honme to Boulder last Sunday from an extended visit to her daughter and family in the Bitter Root valley. John Klein and family, for some time resident in Boulder, are moving to Marys ville, whe e Mr. Kle:n is about to take charge of the erection of a stamp null. Miss M::;rie P'ollinger, of Madison county, came to Boulder last weale and will remain here during the winter with her aunt, Mrs. R. W. Jeffries, and attend the public schools. Will l'arkison has been made a sergeant of his company of cadets at the school which he attends, an honor whion he cap tured from numerous other students who were older in years and attendance at the school. The teachers' institute of Jefferson county baheld a very successful session for three days last week, a goodly number of teachers being in attendance and meetings being visited by others interested in school mat ters, all taking active part in the exercises and discussions. The heating apparatus at the Hotel Mar, Boulder Hot Springs, has been placed in position the past week, putting the hotel in n-ine order for the reception of guests during the winter. It is anticipates that a there will bea large patronage from invalids and others who may be benefited by the use r of the boiling mineral waters which gush forth so freely from the bosom of mother earth. 'Ihe organisation of Boulder Lodge of I Odd Fellows was completed Wednesday evening, Oct. 21, by the appointment of the t following office s: James Faught, warden; Win. Walter, O. G.; Frank Bernats, con ductor; S. J. Roe, I. G.; Robert Steele, R. S. N. G.; John Barto, L. S. N. G.; Charles IHungato, ]t. S. S.; Thomas Bowman, L. S. S.; J. L. Pike, R. S. V. G.; Will Dailey, L. S. V' G. A full set of regalia has been ordered for the society. The Maconic lodge, of Boulder, hereto fore working under dispensation, was fully orianized under its charter Saturday night, Oct. 24, Grand Master R. O. Hickman and Deputy Grand Master Moses Morris coming out from Helena to take charge of the exercises. The following officers were in stalled for the ensuing term: M. H. ' Parker. W. M.; H. Winters, S. W.; W. T. Sweet, S. W.; W. P. Hoopes, treasurer; John McDonald, secretary; J. G. Smith, S. D.; J. M. D. Taylor, J. D.; D. Halford, S. S.; J. H. Miller, J. S.; M. Dunks, tyler. Livingston. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Horace Bartlett, Riverside, a son, Oct. 21. Engineer Bob Knolls and Fireman Ben Russell have resigned their positions here to accept more lucrative positions else where. The Shields river roundup boys were In the city Sunday, having finished the lower section of country. They will next work from the tunnel east. At the residence of Judge L. N. Lepley, Sunday, Oct. 25, G. W. Bitnne was married to Miss husan Walls, both of Horr. The judge performed the ceremony. Mrs. M. H. Lashorn, wife of Foreman Lashorn, of the car shops, departed on last Monday morning for Detroit, Mich., in tending to be absent about six months. Earnest Urbach and Marry Tnalmayer were united in marriage Sunday afternoon by Police Magistrate L. N. Lepley. A large circle of friends and acquaintances were present. The Northern Pacitio car shops are now running on the nine hour system, but the indications are, fudging from the amount of work, that this order will not remain longer than Nov. 1. Manager Young has added to the comfort of the opera house by erecting circus seats in the rear of the hall to enable those who are not fortunate in getting seats up close to have a good view of the players. Guaranteed Cure. We authorize our advertised druggist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery for con I sumption, coughs and colds, upon this con dition. If you are afflioted with a cough, cold or any lung, throat or chest trouble, and will use this remedy as directed, giving it ai fair trial, and experience no henefit. you may return the bottle and have your money refunded. We could not make this offer did we not know that I). King's New Discovery could be relied on. It never die appoints. Tr 'ial bottles free at R. S. Hale & Co.'s drug store. Large size 50 cents and $1. ItIWn not bhs c.r.,urirrldi wilh esmmomn cathar ;i,. or purge'liv ,illr. ('artr'e Little Iiver Pills are rrntir, ly rirlil.e ti n.rrin ,, very toepnrt. (One trial Wi I lrove their rup ireriority. 'lThousands of S lutering Wolen.l. Delicate womren who complain of tired feeling, pains in the back and loins, desire to sleep, dizziness, painful or suppressed menstruation, will find in Oregon Kidney 'lea a faithful friend. Itoan he relied urou in every instance to give immediate relief from kidney and urinary troubles Thou sands of women are suffering every day from some disorder of the kidneys or liver, who might be permanently cured by using Oregon Kidney T'ea. Women's Unfereii Women's heavy Jersey ribbed cotton vests and pants, nq'arsal gray, worth 75c, this we4' 5Je. Women's extra heavy balbriggan vests and pants, fourteen thread, worth 9oc, this week 6oec Women's natural gray lambs' wool vests and pants, very fine, worth $i.6o, this week $.a25. Women's medicated scarletlamb's wool vests and pants, extra quality, worth $1.6o, this week $r.25.. Women's Saxony wool Jersey ribbed vests and pants in fast black and red, worth $2.oo, this week $r.5o. Children's Underwear. Children's white merino vests and pants, all sizes, 2oc to 4oc, according to size. Children's gray mixed vests and pants, all sizes, 25c to 45c, ac cording to size. Children's all wool natural gray vests and pants, all sizes, 3oc to 85c, according to size. Infants' lamb's wool vests, very fine quality, all sizes and special prices. Men's Underwear. Men's natural gray and white merino underwear, special value at 50c. Men's all wool scarlet medicated underwear, a decided bargain 1 at $I.Io. Men's heavy Tuxedo ribbed wool underwear, worth $x.5o, this week 9oc. leachers - Employed -BY THE MOP TPJIA Business College. The teachers now employed by the Montana Business College foi' the year 1891 and '92 are as fol" lows: PROF. S. A. D. HAHN, Principal of Shorthand. His worlk in Phonography and Penmanship is too well known to need further comment. PROF. J. T. DAILY, of Omaha, Nebraska, is principal of Penmanship and Theory of Bookkeeping; also teacher of Comn mercial Law. Prof. Daily has been principal and business manager of the Omaha Business College for the past five years. He has had 20 years' experience in business college work, and as a teacher of bookkeeping is unsurpassed, and is one of the best penmen in the United States. H. G. PHELPS has charge of the Business Prac tice department. This department of the school is designed to give a broader knowledge of business transactions than can be gained from the theory of bookkeeping alone. MISS KATE R. METZ. of Newark, Ohio, is principal of Typewriting and Assistant in Shorthand. Miss Metz comes well recommended by the celebrated shorthand man, Jerome B. How ard, of Cincinnati, Ohio. Students who ccme under her supervision will find her an excellent lady and well fitted to give instruction in the department which she has ,in charge. MRS. FANNIE CARTER gives her whole attention to Elo cution, Reading and Rhetoric. The classes in reading and elocution are astounded to realize how well they can express the thoughts and actions of others. No school has a more efficient corps of teachers for the work they have in charge. Corner Sixth and Park Avenues.. NOTICE OF H'rOCKI1OlDF, RB' MEIT1NQ-. 'Ihe annual meeting of the lsockboldere of the Home building and Loan na.voiatio-. of /eleana. for the rleotin o,,f trueteeo to .orve for the clonin year, sand for the tranoalti ,,o ot o. buofnel, wll be held at tho olll of ttll aeeoola tlon at eight p, m., biaturdey, Oclober .l1, 1hL1. A. J. T8'iELE. Rele , Moat., Oat. 16. tllO E teuretary. Men's heavy fleece lined uander wear, natural gtry, worth $2.60, this week $z.235 Men's extra camel's hair under d wear, very warm, this week S$.50. Hosiery. 500 Dozen children's heavy ribbed, hand-knit, Wool en Hose, in fast Black, Steel, Vicuna and Blue Gray. The best Hose in the market. VtWrth 50c, Per Pair. THIS ,EII 25C. 6o dozen ladies' fast Black, all wool Hose, worth 4oc. This week 25c. 6o dozen ladies' fast black all wool Hose, worth 4oc. This week 25c. 60 dozen children's fast Black, all wool Hose, worth 35C. This week 2oc. 2o dozen ladies' fast Black Sax ony wool, hand-made hose, worth 75c. This week 5oc. 20o dozen misses' Hose, sizes l 5 1-2 to 8 i-2 same quality, worth 60c. This week 40c. 20o dozen children's Hose, sizes 4 1-2 to 5 1-2. same quality. Worth 5oc. This week 3oc. ioo dozen men's all wool heavy cashmere hose, worth 4oc. This week 25c. Also full and complete lines of LADIES,' MISSES,' AND REN'S CHILDREN'S NORTHERN PACIFIC Between Missoula. Garrison, Helena, Butte City, Bozeman, Livingston, Billings. Miles City, and Glendive And all points EAST and WEST. There to nothing better than the service on The Dining Car Line. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars and Furnished Tourist Ltileepers Daily between points in MONTANA and ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS & CHICAGO. Pacific Coast Tralan Pasing through Minnesota, North Dakota, Montaas, Idaho, Oregon and Washington, carry complete equipments of PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS, FIRST & SECOND CLASS COACHES, PULLMAN TOURISTS AND FREE COLONIAL BLEEPERS & ELEGANT DINING CARB. THROUGH TICKETS are sold at all coupon offices of the Northern Pacific R. R, to points North, Fast. South and West in the United States and Canada. TIME SCHEDULE. Iu effect on and atter September 10, 1891. TRAINS ARRIVZ AT BELENA. Ne. 1, Pacific Mail. west bound ........ 1:31 p. a No.2, Atlantic mail. tat bound......1040 p. m No. 5. Logan and He:nia Passenger, connecting at Logan with train Nuo. 8. Paeific Express. west bound ........ 1:0 s. m No.6, issoua and Butte Expreas.....12:20 p. m No. 8, Mary.ville passenger .........11:10 a. am No. 10, aryvile acoemmodation..... 6:8 p. m No. 10, Rimini mixed, MondaysI, Wed. eed.l s and Fridaye .................... 5:00 .p m No. 9, Wikeks, ouIder and Elkhorn passener .................... ... 0:25 a. m TRAINS DEPART FROM NZLE2(A. No. 1, Pacilie Mail, west bound........ L:p0 , m No. 2, Atlantic Mal. east bound ........ 10: p. No. 6, Heleon and Logan passenger, connecting with train No. 4 at Logan. Atlantic express, e.st bound.......... 4:40 p m No. 5, Miesoula and Butto Express..... 7:0 a m 0o. 7, Marysvillie passenger.... 71....... :15 a. a o. 9, Marysville accommodation....... 8:00 p. m No. 101, Rimini mixed, Mondays, Wed neednys and Fridays ............... 8:15 m No. 10, Wickes, Boulder and Elkhorn Pamengor ......................... :80 p. mn For rates, moaps, time tables or special intor mation, apply to any agent of the Northern Pa cifio 1. 14., or to COHMANS. i8. FEE, A. D. EDOGA. Gen'l Pa.e. & T. Agt., General gent, ST. PAUL, MINN Co. Main I Grand ets.a. MHelens. ont C. B. LlBKIClER, Second Floor Herald Building, BLANK BOOKS .. .To Order ". OOKS8 NEATLY RULED and PRIN1tED Room No. 1 Power Hlock. I'ostoiScl Box 81. 'lnNA, MONTANA. I- n Cotton, .Balbriggan, . `i.sle , Thread 'and Silk, at vefy '-low prices. The largest line 6f Hoe rery In the city. Kid Gloves. We carry the Well Known Foster Kid Gloves, 5-hook, in black, tans and slates, which we will sell THIS WEEK at $1.25. EACH PAIR WARQANTED. 500 pairs Jouvins Kid Gloves In evening shades only. To close out this stock we will sell these Gloves, which are worth $2.oo per pair, THIS WEEK 75c. Muslin Underwear. Ladies' night gowns, well made best quality muslin and em broidery, new goods, 6oc, 85c, $z.oo, $1.25, $1.45, $i.6o. Ladies' chemises, best quality material, 65c, 8oc, $i. o, $1.25. Ladies' skirts with clusters of tucks and embroideries, full widths, 6oc, 85c, $I.oo, $1.25. Ladies' drawers, tucked and em broidered, best material, 45c, 6oc, 85c, $I.oo, $1.25, $1.45. Infants' dresses and slips at uni form prices with above. STILL IN EARNEST. 41. I Will and Must Close Out l. In as short a time as possible, my entire stock of WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS I STILL HAVE ON HAND 0 Barrels Bond Lillard WVhiskey, SPRING OF z887. I will furnish the United States gauger's certificate with each and every barrel. These goods are now being of fered at EASTERN PRICES, WITH FREIGHT ADDED. I have also on hand 2oo,ooo of Cigars of all grades and brands which I will offer at 5 Per Cent. Less Than Factory Prices for Cash, We wish to announce to the family trade that we are able to stock their cellars and pantries with the most deli cious Whiskies, Wines and Fancy Liquors at prices never before heard of. A Splendid Opportunity. We will give a special inducement to any one desiring to start in business, by selling out our entire stock at a price that will be an object to any purchaser. My stock is a first-class one, my business is a well established one, and my only object for offering such a bargain, is my de termination to retire from business. *1. L. ISRAEL & 00.. Infants Wear. Embroidered Flannel Cloaks, full length,, in cream and tan. Worth $4. THIS WEEK $2.oo. Embroidered flannel long Cloaks, all wool, cream and tan. Worth $4.50. THIS WEEK $2,5~, Embroidered flannel lt6ng Cloaks, full length, in tan and cream, better quality. Worth $6.oo. THIS WEEK, $35. Also better grades in long Cloaks, at $4.oo, $4.5o, $4.75 $5.oo, $6.oo and $7.oo Embroidered Flannel Shorl Cloaks, in cream only, at $3.00 $4.oo and $5. Embroidered Flannel Long Skirts, $2.00, $2.50, $2.75. Infants' Muslin Dresses, Infants' Lamb's Wool Vests, Infants' Wool and Silk Caps, Infants' White and Black Cashmere Hose, Infants' Bootees, Infants' Mitts, Infants' Shawls, Infants' Sundries, Toys, E'tc., Etc.