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Our Baby Carriages Have Arrived.
We are in receipt of a Carload of Baby Carriages, being the largest consignment ever made at one time to any dealer in MONTANA. On account of our special discounts and REDUCED FREIGHT RATES, we are enabled to sell these Carriages CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE OFFERED. We quote a few prices below and BUYERS WILL SAVE MONEY by inspecting our line. No. 8. Full-sized body, bleached reed, lined with Cretonne, No. 401. As above, still better body, bleached, shellaced and Sateen parasol, continuous handles, S springs, patent varnished, new shape, very pretty, iron wheels of best make. PRICE, $6.50 PRICE '$13.00 No. 421. Upholstered in Cretonne, Sateen parasol, Novelty We would also call especial attention to our finer carriages, springs, iron wheels, much finer than above, upholstered in Tapestry, Spun Silk, Wool, Sateen and PRICE $9.OQ Silk Plush, ranging in price from $15-.OO TO $3.5.00 No. 315. Upholstered in Damask with Silk plush roll, fine i bleached Reed body, gear as above, satin parasol, PRICE $1 1. CO We have 50 styles of Carriages, each and every one have the best iron wheels made, the patent Darasol attachment, No. 413. As above, flier body, lined Satin parasol, worth " novelty springs, extension handles, and are all upholstered and $20; our finished in the very best manner. Our fine' carriages have the PR ICE $12.00 rubber tire wheel, the best made, which will last for years. Rememvber that Our Prices Are 25 to 331-3 Per Cent. Cheaper Than Ever Before Offered, SOL. GENZBERGER & CO., 5 NORTH MAIN ST. -e~~s~ e~".¢ . .'e. 'x,. "L3L-a c~s .'.4.m."'~~dA -Ynla. . 6sr,.eW. s r i';v',' .~, ---a _.r.,.r..nga.,. ., - 'n THE FASHIONS FOR APRIL Some of Them Sketched and Pro. phesied' From an Easter Trousseau. Inquiring for Patterns, With Com ment on Those of the Magazines. The Dress Pattern and the Dress That Is Made From the Pattern-New. port Wedding. (dpecial Correspondence of Toi INDrPENDENT.1 EW YORK, MARCH 25.- THERE dropped out of my mail this morn ing the following litter: Will you please gire me the name of a firm or person who could furnish me correct patterns and latest style for making a dress? I do not care for the magazine styles. You would greatly oblige, LoUImVILLE, Ky. Mas. J. E. Now, I don't like magazine patterns either, and yet there are two good and suf ficient reasons why I can't answer the ques tion my correspondent has put to me: In the first place, I don't know anybody who sells patterns any better than magazine patterns, and in the next place the editor wouldn't print the name if I tried to set one down. So that all I can do- for - who has honored me With her .coudence is to say this much to her about patterns in general: There are three pointsof view from which the pattern may be considered, and from two of them it i , objeotionable. There is first the streitly fash ionable view point, thorigh' tlii by per sons who are thoroughly vans is" not hold to afford any important outlook. From this fashionable standpoint the pat tern cannot be admitted, because it is only when a thing has ceased to be a novelty that it gets round to the rattern makers. There is next the artistic standpoint, and from this vantage ground also the pattern is flouted, beasuse it deals only with the needs and the tastes of the average woman. rB " Tux APIIIL IDRA. and the average woman, as we all know when we stop to think about her or to look for her, doesn't exist. 'We are each and eyery one of us individuals. The pattern Is Philistinio and conventional. There is, last of all, the common sense standpoint, and common sense, being a Philistine and being usually conventional, stretehes out both hands in cordial welcome to the pattern because it is convenient, and the 'convenience of convenience in this world is not to be denied. The pattern has therefore the best of the controversy, because few people care much about art and everybody cares about con vdnience, and its success in argument is not greatly to be regretted, because it is not impossible to reconcile art and convenience, There is, that is to say, a right way to use a pattern. This right way is not to follow it. Rather make it follow you. The Critic has been talking endlessly about the absence of the creativ faculty in women, but the handiest cudgel it could have picked up for the blows it has been dealing it has let lie un noticed; that cudgel is the pattern. 13e .., NEW TAILOR GOWN. eause women copy it, copy it as the Chi nese copy trousers and shoes from old ones, patches, breaks, stains and all. You buy a pattern for an idea in it; the general shape or fashion of draping suits your figure. There are, then, two possible lines of action; one would be taken by the ideal woman, the other is taken by the real woman. The ideal woman would let the pattern be to her a convenience in litting; but she would show a wholesome disregard of it in detail. Her dress when finished would not be the pattern dress but one built upon it, evolved from it; plagiarized from it, if von choose, but as Shakespeare's play s were plagiarisms; she taking as be took her own wherever it exists, but never touching anything foreign to her. This morning 1 saw a woman in a pattern dress, and she was so much a real woman that I knew tLe pattern. I could remember when the sketch of it appeared first in a high-priced French quarterly. It was done in colors and was aoa inspiring, Then it wascopied in black and white in one of those Fieuch-English periodicals that are pub lished simultaneously In Paris and New York, the American edition being invariably a fearfully and wonuerfully ungrannumatical translation. From thislower but still con. paratively high estate-the French-Eug lish magazine had six colored plates and .in imposing title page-it fell to reproduction in a popular fashion weekly, where, It it lost the prestige of Paris, it gained in spell. ing and literary fittish in the splendid do, scription of its many good qualities. li had come by this time to be a familirn friend, and sympathy for an acqualnguane in distress compelled me to stop when nexi 1 saw it on the page of a cheep monthly opened on a Third avenue elevated railroad news stand. Poor paper and poorer ink had blurred its old-time prettiness, but II had not at ated one jot or one title of the mint, anise and commin of its trills and i furbelows. A sad and sorry spectacle it made, like royalty in the rain without an umbrelia, but not half so sad or sorry as the woman who had imitated it faithfully in one of its later if not in its last and least attractive stage. She was stout, and it had a bag puff about its bottom. She was ponderous, and it had many ribbons flying. She had a short neck and it had a high collar and sleeves. She had seen it on oneof thosealim, stiff, small waisted monstrosities that artists spoil themselves for any better work by deline ating for the fashion magazines, and had followed it verbatim et literatim, so to speak, In a costume for her own snort and redundant figure. That's what comes In real life of patterns, though it isn't the patterns' fault, and needn't come if imita tion weren't so fatally easy-so much easier than intelligent adaptation or inven tion. But to proceed from dress theoretic to dress practical; one of the earliest of the Easter weddings is to be at Newport in April. A big party will go down, and sev eral cottages are to be opened for the occa sion. The florists in that city and in Providence are forcing extra store of lilies, for the house decorations were planned weeks beforehand, and are to be all white and sweet and green. The bride is an interesting girl in spite of her,many dollars and her trousseau is as beautiful and complete as such outfits are ever made. The wedding dress is of white corded silk, heavy and long and simple, cut in a plain princess frock with a broad band of white velvet about the bottom. The bodice is half low and round, with a deep rich velvet border against the neck and long velvet cuffs buttoning up the sleeves. In accord with a fashion which is becoming general, velvet loops and streamers are fas tened at the neck behind and fall to the floor, one of them, however, being brought forward under the left arm and used to knot a branch of Easter lilies against the gown. This will be the only ornament worn, except a lone tulle veil fastened with tiny white velvet bows. The bridesmaid's dresses will be of white India cashmere, and they will carry stalks of lilies. The traveling dress is shown in one of the sketches. it is a tailor gown of English check in dark crimson and c-eam. The skirt is plain at the back and slashed on the sides. The front is corded with cream brown silk and finished with silk-covered buttons. The short basque is silk-bound and has a front of creamn white chiffon em broidered in b:ownish gold. The sleeves have the buttoned cuffs that characterize a good share of the new tailor dresses, and THE 'caPRIN vanRIL. the hCt that goes with the prettr, simple costume is of brown straw with full crown of cream colored cloth ai.td sprigs of orilm seon flowers. An afternoon frock of palo old blue India silk is worth a little attention and is one of the others illustrated. The full gathered skirt is out upon the left side, sheapd to formn a cascade and lined with a deseper I blue. 'he gathered bodice is out square 4 over a ohemisette of pale rose-colored silk; at the waist is a sash of the blue of the skirt lining, tied behind in long ends. There are full sleeves with bows on the shoulders, and a smart little toque of gold lace with old blue and rose-colored aigrettes and ribbons. Quite as original and novel in its way is a frock of sheer wool, lake green brocaded in dark red. The skirt, which is shown be side the India silk, is flounced witn lake green silk edged with darker ribbon. The corsage is slightly full on the bust and held by straps and rosettes which pass over the shoulders and cross upon the back. The waist is sashed with dark green silk, the sleeves are of the old-fashioned leg o' mut ton shape, and the hat is of dark red straw with green leaves and red loses. A charming summer reception dress is of . apple green challie, brocaded in pink. Down the front is a panel of pale green India silk, and on each side a band of gold . embroidery; a pointed piece fits over the full bodice of silk, while below this is a I silk puffing. There are shoulder straps of embroidery and full sleeves separated by I bands. This is a spring of veils; long veils that tie behind and fall in streamers; full veils that come down over the floure, as if meant for a bride or a widow; veils of all sorts and colors and materials and conditions, but mostly of black lace sprigged, and making dainty and eye-binding draperies. ELLEN" O813O1tN, Copyright. LLN O . Good Looks. F Good looks are more than sein deep, de o pending upon a healthy condition of all the A vital organs. If the liver be inactive, you have a bilious look; it your stomach be dis ordered you have a dyspeptic look, and if your kidneys be affoocted you have a pinched look. Secure good health and you will I have good looks. Electric bitters is the great alterative and tonic; acts ditectly on these vital organs. Cures pimples, blotches, boils and gives a good complexion. Sold C at 11. S. Hale & Co.'s drug store; 50c. per f bottle. A Warning-)Dou't Use Big Words. In promulgating esoteric cogitations or C articulating superficial sentimentalities and philosophical or psychological obser vations, beware of platitudmous ponder- ] osity. Let your statements possess a clanri fled conciseness, compacted comprehensi bleness, coalescent consistency and a concentrated cogency. Eschew all con glomerationaol flatulenut garrulity, jejune babblement nd asinine naffectations. In trying to impress upon others the superior ity of the Wisconsin Central lines, and why you and so mauny others use this thorough fare from St. 'aul and Minineauolie and Duluth and Ashland to Milwaukee, Chicago and points east and south, it is not neces sary to use jawbreakers. Let your extenm poraneous desoantinus and unpremeditated expatiations have intelligibility and vera oicus vivaoity, without rhodomontade or thrasonical bombast. Sedulonu.3 avoid all all polysyllabic profundity. psitiaceous vac ulty, ventriloquial verbosity and vaudilo quent vapidity, shun double entundree, prurient jucosity and pestiferous profanity, ohscurent or apparent. In other words, talk plainly, naturally, sensibly, and truth fully say the Wisconsin Central lines is tihe route, and that ends it. Dyspepsla. That naihtmare of man's existence which makes food a mockery and banishes sleep from weary eyes, readily yields to the po tent inflanee of the celebrated Eqglish Dandelion Tonic. It tones no the digestive organs, restores the appetite makes as the whole system. All druggists sell it at $1 per bottle. Are You Suferlng From back ache, inflammation of the'blad. der, drink dust deposit or stone in the blad der, or in fact any derangement of the kidneys or urinary organs? If thus alieted do not lose time and waste measy 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. batisfactien every time. COMING TO HELENA. DR, LIEBI! & CO,, **AT THE** New Merchants Hotel, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, April 1, 2, 3 and 4. AT AMERICAN HOUSE, MARYS. VILLE, March 31. AT BOULDER, April 5 and 6. AT MISSOULA, April 13 and 14. AGAIN AT MARYSVILLE, April 30 DR. . C. STODDART, The oldest and most succesiful 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 MERCIANTS HOTEL, HELENA, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Mon day, April 1, 2, 3 and 4. On account of enormous increase of practice can only stay at Helena four days-.April 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. Permanent Montana Offices: 8 EAST BROADWAY, BUTTE CITY, CALL OR WRITE. Recently the fellowlng Notice opperedl in the 8an Francisco Chreunlcla 'Tfude -- had been sick only about two weeks, atd it was not utitil the last three or fotue deaa that the raesdly took a cSrinute turn. Att tie begituliu of his ill.ness lie SUflred fiou dh.bete.s and stoluth dIsnrder, I.ter the kideys refusred to perforat'their flnctiots tand he passed cuielly away. lThus qudedl tie life of one of thr en,st prominent teu ti Cpali fornla." llke ttou.aundla of others his un. timely death was the result olnfeglecting early syup'toets of kidury disease. SIF YOU ,, _-_ are troubled with diabetes, gravel, or anSy de raolfellenl Of tl's kidneys or urtiary orgaus, cdot' c dlay Irol>h"r treatitent until you are forced to give up your daily duties; donl' waste your imoney on worthless liniments and worse plasters. but strike at the seat of the disease at once by using tile greatest of all known retedlr., thie eelcbrated Oregon Kid "et Tea. It has saved the lives of thousad.t.. hy ashould it .t enre ,oru? Try it. Purely vegetable attd pleasaut to take, $1.00apack age, 6 for $5.00. TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THN FIIIST judicial district, state of Montana and Lewis and Claorke county. In tiI o matler ,f ti a estate ,and Inardianahip of iilifie D Whiteuhead, Mi.y F. Wshitehead and John '. Whitellad, minor heirs of J. C. 1'o hitei:ocad. duceaurd. It apporaring to thi court from the petition this day pro' tnthi and filed by Jeannette White head, th gnuardian of the persons and estates of William D). Whlithead. May E. i, hitehesol and John .\hitiheand, minors, praying for an or der of sale of certain rotel o.tate boloagi a to her cci! worrs, that it is nocessary, and would be bhn'licial to said wards that such realestate ehould be unidd it s hereby ordered that the next of kin of the sait wards, and all ocroons interested in the said estate, appear before this court on 'roe day. the ftitti day of Aplri, A. . 1l92. at 10 o'clock .n the forat ou & fsaid ll , at the court room of this court. at the cout itousn in the city of eiel enn. county of Lewis and larke, astate of Alon tana. t on and there to show cauns why an order Alu ld not 1 e ranteid for the rale of tsoh estate and it is farther dored, tl at acopy of this or o duo b, Iublieshtd at least fear scatesive weeks belfore the said day of hearln in the Daily Ite pendent, a newelpeor printed and publishd in the -aid city of He ena, county, of Lewis and Clarke. state of Montaena. tt0 ACE I. BUCK, Judge. Dated larch 4, lb9n. A. C. Botkin and Thee. Shed, attorneys for petitioner. -1D8 WANTED--FOR THE CONSTRUCTION and completion of the Montana state build Ing at the World's Columbian exposition, Chi cage, Ill. Plans, specifications and detailscan he seen at the following places: Otlice of eorretary. Helena, Mont. Galbraith e Fuellr. Mishoula, Mo1nt. (ia'bratih & Faller. Liiingeton, Mont. Builders' exchange. Chicago. 11 All bids &uoit be accompanied by a certified check for $2.h(t0. The board of World's fair managers reserve thu right to reje t aty and all bide. All Iida runst he filed in the otfits of the sea. rotary on or behuforeo 12 o'clock noon of Friday, April, t0, 1892. JAB. U. RAMSAY. Feeretary, nRoomse 4 and 3t, Montana National Bank Btnildting. Ile:ena, Mnnt. GALBRAITH & IFULLER, Snturimniocdnt Architects. I OTI('E OF SCHOOL ELECTION.--SO. tics is hereby liven that an allnnla meeting of the truatree antd qanttd voteri of sehool district No 2. 1 ewism and Clarke cnunty, will be held at the school h,.se it, r:tid diotrietl. viz: at Kessler school, Lewis and I lar.e county, Mon tent. on Saturday, April2. 1892, for the t.Mrpoe Aof lectitng one trustee to sncrv a t roe or three yealts, an for the transaolion ot asly other bust ne.s that may lawfully oontso befuro it. hI.se pt oll nwill ho oipeuod at four p. as. and slope at cix o'r.ookp.n m. Dy order of the hoard'of trutetes. J. J. FA.NT.k litrelt Clerk. SOTICE IS IIERIEBY GIYVEN THAI' BOOK0 will hl ottonldt for receiving nbuhsrriptions to the canpital tuck of 'lho llelena, Misourn River Valley and liastern I ailruad companyat ti o'clocrk a. m. on the 20th day of April. Itk4 at room 42. Montana National Bank buildittg. ilalona, Ional. A. Frereman Foote, Ftph chn Carpenttr., Jolhn 1). Wilson. Arthur U Lomtbard, Walter H. Little. Dated llolena, Mont.. haroch 10, til2. "Henry's Specifics" THE RENOWNED ENGLISH REMEDY IN¥ALLIBLE CUIE JOt NERVOUS DEBILITY, PREMATUREI DECLINE, BRAIN TROUBLE AND ORGANIC WEAKNESS No matter from what caese. Contains no miae erale, 'ries Y1, Whulesale and retail dulggits _otply the delnand, Depositorp for the United States and Cantda 13 bEst Thit tietth astree. Nw' Yorek. The prctfiso can be sent by snail Hatled GO t e.iet eof sonec. ,t J. L, SMITHL , Freight and Trranstr Line Ill LIENA, MONTANA. ...... -·-s All kitnd osf serethandtse and other freiht including ores, promptly trneferred from tIa' depot. Orders sll treceve prompt attlentle OtJfose at. eeldboergs tore asd at the dt c*