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THE BEE HIVIE.
SPEGIAL PRIGES, FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY.
Big Values for a Little Money:
FOR 25 We offer 100 styles ofLa- FOR 20 Heav Linen Huck Towels, FOR Heminway's Fancy colored
FOR dies' Gloves and Mitts, in size 21x42, worth 350. For 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 25C Fancy border Linen Tow- FOR $2 1 Suit of Men's fleece-lined
els, knotted fringe, worth Underwear, regular price
FOR 20 Ladies' Seamless fast black 40c. This sale only 250. $3,50. For this sale only $2.
SHose, Children's heavy -- ----------------- -
ribbed cotton fast black Hose, worth FORN I Heavy German Linen Table 4 The largest as
35c. Special Price 20c. 1 I Cloth, size 52x66, red border, From Oc t $4 1 sortment of Bird
worth $1.50. This sale $1., Cages in the city in Japanned, brass,
FOR 12 - 'Large assortment of and bright metal, Prices to suit the
Ladies' H. S. embroid- 0 A.O.$' Heavy German Linen times.
ered Handkerchiefs, worth 25c. This Table Cloth, size 52x85,
sale only 12 1-2c. with border. Worth $2. This sale $1.30 FULL LINE of Ladies' and Gents'
Fo $ |The celebrated Foster, 5- FOR. 5 1 Box of Fels & Co.'s Gly-- Masks of all kids.
OF .1 hook Kid Gloves, inblack, cerine Soap, scented or un- pAD Pg i in every line this week.
tans and grey, usually sold at $1.60. scented. This soap is equal to Pears'. Goods must be sold if low
For this sale only $1.15. Only 25c. price will be any inducement.
NE GOODS ARRILlING DTiILY.
The Bee Hive, So Genzer r& Co,, 5 orth Main Street.
PLEASED WITH THE OUTCOME.
rresident Montt on Good Terms With the
United States.
NEw Yona, Feb. 28.-The Herald's Val
paraiso correspondent says: President
Montt yesterday held a reception in honor
of the consular corns. In the course of a
conversation with United States Consul
McCreary, the president said he was ex
tremely glad that the trouble between the
United States and Chili was settled. The
attorney for the Chilians convicted of as.
manltine the sailors of the Baltimore, has
asked for a rehearing of their cases and for
a anspension of the passing of sentence
until the latter is reviewed by the superior
court on various legal technicalities. The
application was denied by the procurator
fseal on the around that the leniency dis
played by the present government toward
Balmaceda's suppozters is evidence by the
advantage they take to print libelous and
insulting articles in the papers against the
new administration.
The opposition papers, the Republica and
Democracia, have reappeared and contain
virulent articles against the present govern
meat. Scarcely a night passes in Santiago
without a street riot between the dictators,
as the Balmaoediets are called, end the ad
herents of the victorious party. Army offi
cers are constantly subjected to insult in
the most putblie thoroughfares. Matters
have reached such a stage that the Santi
ago judge of crimes yesterday ordered the
arrest of six members of Balmaceda's con
gress.
All efforts to discover the miscreants who
tried to wreck Montt's train by removing a
rail have been unavailing. There is no
clue either to the persons who saturated
with kerosene the seat occupied by Gen.
Canto in the Pullman car.
Tenders have been called for from the
local banks for ten million dollars to re
plaee Balmaceda's notes. Col. North's
bank has placed $.00,000 At the Chilian
government's disposal. The loan was ac
cepted.
Incendiarism is still prevalent in Santi.
aco. Several fires have recently occurred.
One man was caught in the act of setting a
building on fire. Others of his sort are
now in jail.
ARGENTINE ELECTIONS.
Great Excitement as They Draw Near-A
Terrible Riot.
New YOnK, Feb. 23.-The Herald's Buenos
Ayres correspondent says that country con
tinues in a condition of great agitation
over the approaching presidential election.
The riots and frauds which disgraced the
reoeot congressional Sunday elections, have
stirred up public indignation, which has in
creased as the investigation into the charges
against the officials has proceeded. At San
Luis, the capital of the province of the
same name, 425 miles northwest of Buenos
Ayres, the disturbances were the most sbrl
one. In a conflict between the police and
members of the radical party, the former
dischabarged their firearms nt the crowd.
After the firing ceased it was found that
twenty-four civilians had been wounded
and two killed.
A large number of persons were arrested.
They were treated very harshly, not being
permitted to communicate with their
friends. The wounded, it is alleged, were
left unattended for several hours, and
many wore in danger of death. Senor
Arias was one of those killed. Senor Sal
vador, who was also killed by the police,
was one of the foremost radicals ip fun
Luis and had ia large following. His kill
ing has aroused a storm of indignation
throughout the province.
Louis Saenz Petna now appears certain
of his election as president. 'The report
that President Polligrini and Gen. ltoca,
the former president, favors his candidacy
has been confirmed. A meeting of the
committee to select a suitable candidate,
held in Buenes Ayres Thursday might,
cordially agree on Pena.
Word was received to-day of great dis
tress among the farming population of
Mendose owing to the lonset plague. Sixty
- per cent. of tue vines in the province have
been destroyed by the pest.
Prehibition State Ticket.
P'ovnNacm, I, 1., Feb. 21.-The prohibi
lion state convention to-day made the totl
lowing nominations: Governor, Alexander
Gilbert, of Woonsocket; lieutenant gov
erbor, S. Taber, of North Smithield; secre
tary of state, T. F. Remington. of Provi
dence; attorney general, Thomas F. Pea
body, of Westerly; general treasurer, W. S.
Brownell, of Newport.
ucnklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cate,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, totter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin ernuption-, and positively
cures piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed togiveperfeet satisfaction, or money
refunded. Priae 25 cents per box. For
sale by R. & Hale & Co.
Masks! Masks! Masks! at The Ble Hive,
Thousands of Suffering Women.
Delicate women who comulain of tired
feeling, pains in the back and loins, desire
to sleep, dizziness, painful or suppressed
menstruation, will find in Oregon Kidney
Tea a faithful friend. Itcan be relied uvon
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 Tea.
Are Yeou Suffering
From back ache, inflammation of the blad
der, drick dust deposit or stone in the blad
der, or in fact any derangement of the
kidneys or urinary organs? If thus afflicted
do not lose time and wastemonoy on worth
less liniments and worse plasters, but strike
at the seat of the disease at once by using
the greatestof all known remedies, the cel
ebrated Oregon Kidney Tea. Pleasant to
take, purely vegetable. Satisfaction every
time.
EULSION
Of Pure Cod Liver Oil with
Hypophosphites
Of Lime and Soda.
There are entulsions ana emnulslons,
and there is still anmlt slainsed saillt
which .lt asqrsrades as crease. Ti1q as
they will nany ?nianufaciters eannaeot
Co dlsfjuise their coa liver oil as to aulke
it palatable to sen-silller stoanlals. Srotlti
Rm ulsion of ?1 IR NORiaFV LlN COD
LrVrlr OL, conmblted with Illypophoe -
Shirees is almost as palatable as nilk.
hbr this evasoue as well as aifo the Jitra
of the stimaalatiutg quailttes of the llleo
phosphltrsA, Physiclants frrcguettltl pre
scribe iL ine cases of
CONSUMPTION,
SCi.OFULA, BRONCHIT'I and
CIIfONIC COUGIU or SlEfVLit COLD.
All Druggists sell it, buta bo sure yoes get
the gen tine, as thero are poor initations.
QALlE OF REAL ESTATR-RY VIItTUE OF
a dooree maden te district court of the
First udicial district of the state af Motlana,
in and for the counlty of Lewis ald Clarke, on
the Slat day of October, A. ]). 18U1, in tihe suit of
WYilliam b. Rector, plaintiff, against Samuel
lexandr, defendant, tile undorsigeed, as a
master oi said court, appointed for that fur
pose, will sell to the ilghe-t bidder, for cash. on
Wedaesday, the 24th day of February. A. D. 1891,
at the hour of 12 o'clock noon of saitd day, at
the front doer of the acourt house In the city of
-Helea,. all thes right, title and interest of tlhe
said William F. lector in and to the followileg
deocrtbhd real estate,. situate in the city ofl lol
ens. county of Lewis and Clarke snd state of
Montana:
I et 1U in block 10, lots santil 4 In block 18, lot
24 in block it, lot I ia block 1l, lot 12 in block
. loat 14 ia block I1, lots 7 and t In block 24,
lot 14 nl block %. lot 1I ia blocrk 2, lot 1 in
blhck 4. lots I ndd In block .5, unilot t i: in
alock 5Ii. all of said lots and blokso belau in tihe
lower Oarden addition to said city of llsna,
•eleua, Mont.. Feb 2. A. D. 19l2AI.
An Enterprise That Gives Promise 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
"WHITLATiH," c MINTY m-UNIO GILD 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 a5 CENTS A SHIARE, payable in 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 \V. G. BAILEY, Room 46, Bailey Building, or by WM. MUTH, Power
3lock, 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 50 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,

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