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THE &BEE HIVE.
SS8PEGIAL PRIGES, FOR A FEW BAYS ONLY. Big Values for a Little Money: FOR 25 eofer 100o sles o La- 'FOR 20c Heavy Linen Huck Towels, FOR 35 Heminway's Fancy colored dies' Gloves and Mitts, in size 21x42, worth 35. For FOR 35c Knitting Silk, all shades, cotton, lisle thread and silk, each and this sale only 20c. best quality, only 35c. every pair worth from 40 to 75c, at the nominal price of 25c. FOR 25e Fancy border Linen Tow- FOR C2 1 Suit of Men's fleece-lined l ul L5M cels, knotted fringe, worthR IL Underwear, regular price FOR 20C Ladies' seamless fast black 40c. This sale only 25c. $3.50. For this sale only $2. C Hose, Children's heavy ribbed cotton fast black Hose, worth FOR $I Heavy German Linen Table Fm The largest as= 35c." Special Price 20c. Cloth, size 52x66, red border, From 5Oc to I 4 sortment of Bird worth $1.50. This sale $1. Cages in the city in Japanned, brass, FOR |q |e Large assortment of and bright metal. Prices to suit the F 12 1D Ladies' H. S. embroid- FR I Heavy German Linen times. ered Handkerchiefs, worth 250. This FOR * .d Table Cloth, size 52x85,-_ sale only 12 1-2c. with border. Worth $2. Thi.sale $1.30 FULL LINE of Ladies' and Gents' U LII Masks of all kinds. O The celebrated Foster, 5- FOR 25 1 Box of Fels & Co.'s Gly OR $1,15 hook Kid Gloves, inblack, cerine Soap, scented or un- BARGAIM in every line this week. tans and grey, usually sold at $1.60. scented. This soap is equal to Pears'. -....100 Goods must be sold if low For this sale only $1.15. Only 25c. price will be any inducement. NEBý GOODS TRRIVZING DhILY. The .Bee Hive, Sol. Genzberger & Co., 5 North Main Street. MY MOTHER'S HANDS. Each beautiful, buantiful hands! They're neither white nor small, And you, I know, would scarcely think That they were fair at all. I've looked on hands whose form and hue A sculptor's dream might be. Yet, are those aged. wrinkled hands Most beautiful to me. Much beautiful, beautiful hands! Though heart were weary and so d These pat ient hands kept tolling on That thechildren might be glad. The tears wall forth as, looking back To childhood's distant day. I think how thete hands rested not While mine were at their play. Buch beautiful, beautiful, hands! 'they are growing ft eb!eo now, For time and pain have left their work On hand, anti heart, and brow. Alas! alas! how near the time Of pain and lose to me, When 'neat l the daisies, out of sight, These hanJs will folded be. DBt O. beyond the shadow land, Where all is bright and fair, I know fall well these dear old hands \ ill palms of victory hear. Where crydtal streams through endless years Flow over golden sands And where the old grow young again 1'1 olasp my mother's hands. -New York Tribune. DEATH AT TIlE OPEN SWITCH. Reprehensible Action of Railroads in the Matter of Signals. The Railroad Gazette, in its last issue. stated that in the month of October there were 224 accidents on American railways, of which number 41 per cent were unex plained, Ten per cent were caused by de Isets in roadbed and 29 per cent by negli gence, the latter being chiefly open switches. In speaking of this an old rail roader said that leaving switches open is the most inexcusable and reckless action in railroad service. At important points, of course, the yardmern are as much in fault as the trainmen, but usually these wrecks oc cur at points where there is some passing side track and the dfity wholly devolves on the tiainman to see that the switch is left in proper position; therefdre, he thought that some severo pnnishment should be at tached to such neglect of duty, as opened switohes as causing ten accidents to one where train orders are misunderstood or wrongly sent. This oflicial thought the railroad companies had made one mistake in the matter of signals at switches. The tendency the lnst few years has been to make the switch signal less prominent, substituting some newly-patented switch, which did not admit of attaching a signal which could be seen for some distance. The large, old-fashioned black-hoard, standing uprinht, with a long switch handle attached t to the switch. which readily showed the iatter's position, might not be so neat anld t: im as the low switch signals, yet It was a good deal safer. This form of disaster does not attract so much attention as trains dropping through bridges, but a great many people are killed annually by the open switch, mostly two or three alt i time, and a large t or cent of them are em ployee, so there is little sentiment regard Ing this loss of life, which is terrible when considered in the aggregate. This is one department in railroad operations where a reform is urgently demanded. It would be no great hardship to compel all railroad companies to protect switches with signals that can be seen readily, Are Yea Surering From back ache. Indammation of the blad der, driek dast deposit or stone in the blad der, or in fact any derangement of the kidneys or urinary organs? If thus amlicted do not less time and wastemoney on worth less liniments and worse plasters, but strike at the seat of the disease at ones by nuian the greatestof all known remedies, the col shrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Pleasant to take, purely vegetable. Batlefaction every time. Thousands of Baffering Women. Delicate women who complain of tired feeling, pains in the bank and loins, desire to sleep, dizziness, painful or suppressed menstruation, will fnd In Oregon Kidney Tea a faithful friend. Itean be relied unon in every instanoe to give immediate relief from kidney and urinary troubles Thon sands of women are suffering every day from some disorder of the kidneys or liver, who might be permanently cured by using Oregon Kidney Tea. Dyspepsia. That nightmare of man's existence which makes food a mockery and banishes sleep from weary eyes, readily yields to the po tent influence of the celebrated English Dandelion Tonic. It tones no the digestive organs, restores the appetite, makes as similation of food possible and invigorates the whole system. All draggists sell it at $1 per bottle. Wisdom's Violet Cream Is the most exquisite preparation in the world for softening and whitening the hands and face. It is not only a substitute for, but in every respect superior to glycer ine, cold cream, vaseline, and like prepare tiois. Try it. COMING TO HELENA. DR. LIEBIG & CO., @*AT T'IE** New Merchants Hotel, March 1, 2, 3 and 4. AT BOULDER, March 5 and 6. AT PETERSON HOUSE, MARYS VILLE, Feb. 29 and March 12 and 13. - AT MISSOULA, March 14 and 15. AT PHILIPSBURG, Kaiser House, March 16 and 17. AT ANACONDA, Commercial Ho tel, March 18. DR. A. C. STOODART, The oldest and most successful San Francisco Specialist, and now President of the Liebig World Dis pensary of Kansas City, Mo., San Francisco, Cal., and Butte City, Montana, will be at the NEW MERCIIANIS HOTF1, IELENA, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, March 1, 2, 3 and 4. On account of enormous increase of practice can only stay at Helena four days-March 1, 2, 3 and 4. All persons desiring to meet and consult, free, with the greatest, Special Surgeon and Physician of our greatest cities, right here at Helena, Should take advantage of this opportunity. No charge for remedies this trip, the object, being to secure the rec ommendatian of all cured. Poermanent Montana Officos: 8 EAST BROADWAY, BUTTE CITY. CALL OR WRITE. An Enterprise That Gives Premise of Being The Best Paying Investment in Montana., In a few days some of the business men of Helena will organize a company to re open and vigorously operate the famous '"WHITLATUH," OR MclNTYR- UNION SOLD VEIN, Four Miles South of This City. WHEN'ORGANIZED, FULL PARTICULARS WILL APPEAR IN THIS SPACE. In the meantime, subscriptions will be received for the first issue of the Treasury stock of the company. Already very con siderable of this issue has been taken at 25 CENTS A SlHARE, payable hi installments, 20 per cent. on demand, after Company is organized, and 20 per cent. on each succeeding 30 days, until paid. The balance of this issue will be disposed of in like manner. Applications for shares of this issue received by W. G. BAILEY, Room 46, Bailey Building, or by WM. MUTII, Power Block, this city, where plain and exhaustive reports and comprehensive maps and profiles of the property can be seen and explanations on all points given. Money raised from the sale of Treasury Stock used exclusively for the development of the property. As soon as these mining shares of stock of first issue are taken up, the subscription books will be closed. Second issue of Treasury Stock not to be sold for less than 50o cents per share, cash. Third issue for not less than $i per share. The shares of stock held by original owners and promoters will be pooled for one year or until property is on a paying basis; hence, the Treasury Stock issued will control the market in the meantime. N. B.--Part of this great vein already produced $4,500,000. Making calculation on this basis, the extent of the vein owned and controlled by this new company can readily produce $20,000,000 in gold from a vertical depth of 1,000 feet. MICHAEL COONEY, Manager,