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SPECIAL BARGAINS, BABY CARRIAGES. LACE CURTAINS. FOR THIS WEEK. Ladies' Muslin Night Robes, best quality, New York We are strictly, headquarters for Baby Carriages, this mills. Plain 6oc season, having shipped a carload, embracing all colors, quali- We have a large line of popular priced lace curtains of Ladies' Muslin Night Robes, embroidery and tucks, ties and patterns. We can suit everyone, and would call the latest patterns and styles at prices from $roo to $t.oo Regular price $1.25, this week 85c attention to our immense line. We sell a full size Carriage per pair, and solicit an inspection of our line. These goods Ladies' Muslin Night Robes, hem stitched and tucks per pair, and solicit an inspection of our lne. These goods fine quality. Regular price $1.,o, this week $with best iron wheels, parasol and upholstered, as low as pn errice s $1.0 are new and fresh, and prices are lower than ever before Better and fitter styles, all grades. Prices, $1.25, . . offered. $1.50 $i.do and $i.85. 6 5 O Children's white checked Muslin Aprons, neck and sleeves trimmed with Hamburg edging; worth And prices range from this price to $35. We guarantee $Children's.5, this week n 75c a saving of a25 per cent. to those desiring a carriage. Also Hamburg; worth $1.4o, this wedk ' 85c full line of Children's Iron Wagons, Velocipedes, Tricycles Children's Lawn Aprons, tuck yoke, Hamburg trim- and b)oll Cabs. , ming, with row of tucks on bottom; worth $.i75, this week $1.25 SPRING UNDERWEAR. Foster Kid Gloves, in Tans, Drabs and Black, fitted to the hand, this week $1.25 Large line of new novelties in Stamped Linens, includ ing Pilllow Shams, Table Mats, Table Covers, Tray UM BR ELLAS . Mats, Bereau Scarfs, Splashers, Bibs, Doylies, St Squares and Pillow Slips at EASTERN PRICES. Swiss ribbed cotton Vests .........****........$ .1o Heminway's Knitting Silk in new shades, for gents' Swiss " Balbriggan Vests, in cream, ecru, white ties, per spool, 35c and black.................... .25 Heminway's Roman Floss, Japan Floss and Rope 26-inch Gloria Silk Umbrella, with oxidized handle, at $.50o Swiss ribbed Balbriggan Vests, high neck, long sleeves, Silk, in all of the new shades. Price, per dozen, 45c 28-inch heavier handles, at ........................ .75 full fashioned ecru............................. 35 One lot imported, fast black, Ladies' Hose, Hemsdorf 26-inch Imperial Silk, natural wood handles........ 1.75 Ladies' extra spun Silk Vests, cream and black...... 90 dye, warranted, at 25c . One lot imported fast black, Ladies' Hose, Hemsdorf 26-inch Twilled Silk, fancy crook silver and horn Ladies' extra sptin Silk Vests, long sleeves, black only, 2.oo dye, spliced heels, at 3oc handles ................................ .....90 Ladies' heavy Balbriggan Vests, and drawers to One lot imported, fast black, Ladies' Hose, Hemsdorf .26-inch Carola Silk, horn crook handles ............. 2.00 match, each................................... 35 dye, spliced heels, double soles, worth 6oc, special 26-inch Taffeta Silk, with gold-plated handles........ 2.50 Ladies' extra Balbriggan Vests, with drawers to mt:ch price 35 28-inch Carola Silk, natural handles, silver trimming. 2.50 a regular oc article, for.........................6 Heavy Ribbed Hose for children, fast black, sizes six 28-inch Carola Silk, fancy assorted handles.........2.75 regular c article, for...................... to ten, only 25c SOL. GENZBERGER & CO., 5 NORTH MAIN ST. II Iil 1 It l , ii ' i WHAT IS BEAUTY ? It Seems to Depend on the Country in Which the Question Is Asked. It is remarkable to learn the extraor dinary ideas of female beauty which char acterize different nations says an exchange. The ladies of Arabia stain their fingers and toes with red, their eyebrows black, and their lips blue. In Persia they paini 1 black streak around their eyes, an( , na ment their faces with representations of various figures. The Jarnnese adopt the singular method of gilding their teeth, and those of the Indians paint them red. In some parts of India the pearl of the tooth must be dyed black before a woman san be beautiful. The Hottentot women paint the entire body in compartments of red and black. In Greenland the women color their faces with blue and yellow, and fre ouently tattoo their bodies by saturating threads in soot, inserting them beneath the skin, and then drawing them threugh, Hindoo families, when they wish to be particularly lovely, smear themselves with a mixture of saffron and grease, and in nearly all the islands of the Pacifio and Indian oceans the women, as well as the men, tattoo a great variety of figures on the face, the lips and the tongue. In New Holland the women out themselves with shells, and, keeping the wounds open a long time, form deep soars in the flesh, which they deem highly ornamental. Another singular mutilation is made among them, for when in infancy they take off the little finger of the left hand at the second joint. In ancient Persia an aqui line nose was often thought worthy of the crown, but the Bumatran mother carefully flattens the nose of her daughter. Among some of the savage tribes of Oregon, and also in Araoan, continued pressure is ap plied to the skull, in order to flatten it and thus give it a new beauty. The modern Persions have a strong aver sion to red hair: the Turks, on the contrary, are warm admirers of it. In China, small, round eyes are liked, and the girls are con tinually plucking their eyebrows that they may be thin and long. But the great beauty of a Chinese lady is in her feet, which, in childhood, are so compressed by bandages as effectually to prevent any further in crease in size. The four smaller toes are bent under the foot, to the sole of which they firmly adhere, and the poor girl not only endures much pain, but becomes a cripple for life. Another mark of beauty consists in hav ing finger nails so long that casings of bamboo are necessary to preserve thbomr from injury. An African beauty must have emall eyes, thick lips, a large flat nose, and a skin beautifully black. In New Galnes the nose is perforated, and a large piece of wood or bone is insorted. On the north west coast of America an incision mole than two inches long is made in the lower lip and then filled with a wooden plaug. In Guinea the lire are pierced with thorns, the head of the thorn being inside the mouth and the point resting on the chin. An Extraordinary Offer to.:Al Wanting Elaimployment. We want live, ehergetic and capable agents in every county in the United States and Canada, to sell a patent article of great merit, on its merits. An article having a large sale, paying over 100 per cent, profit, having no cormpottion, and on which the arent is rrotocted inl thie exclusive sale by a deed given for eachl and every county he mar secure from us. With all those advantages to our agents and the fact that it is an ar ticle that can be sold to every house-owner, it might not be necessary to make an "ex traordinarv offer" to seur' good agents at onue, but we have concluded to make it to ,how, not only our confidesue In the rier its of our invention, but in its salability by any agent that will hbindle it with energy. Our agents now at work are making from $160 to $1100 a month clear, and this fact makes it safe for us to make our offer to all who are out of employment. Any agent that will dive our tbnsinros a thirty days' trial anl fail to clear at least $L100 in this tllue, ashove all exlpenses, cian return all goods unsold to ns and we will refund the money paid for them. Any agent or general agent who would like ten or nore counties and work them through sub-agents for ninety days and fail to cle.r at least $70, above all expenses can return all unsold and get their money back. No other em player of agents ever dared to make such offers, nor would we if wedldnotknow that we have agents now making more than double the amount we anaranteed; and but two sales a day would give a profit of over $125 a month, and that one of our agents took eighteen orders in one day. Our large descriptive circulars explain our offer fully, and these we wish to send to ever3 one out of employment who will send us three one cent stamps for postage. Send at once and secure the agency in time for the boom, and go to work on the terms named in our extraordinary offer. We would like to have the address of all the agents, sewing machine solicitors and car penters in the country, and ask any reader of this paper who reads this offer to send us at once the name and address of all such they know. Address at once or you will lose the best chance ever offered to those out of employment to make money. IRENNER MANUFACTURINO CO.. Pittsabrg, Pa. Backlen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tatter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guar anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by It. S. Hale & Co. National Convention Fares. The Great Northern will make a rate of one fare for the round trip to all national conventions. The first one will be the re. publicann convention at Minneapolis, Union Paciflc Systeam. General Assembly Presbyterian church, Portland, Ore., May 10, to June 2. Union Pacific system will make round trip rate of one fare from Helena to Portland for the above meeting. Tickets on sale May 9 to 14 inclusive, good ninety days. For further information address or call on No .26 North Main street, Helena. H. O, W nso,. F. & P. A. Helena, Mont. E. L. Loxx, G. P. N1T. A. Omahe. Nef. Thousands of b6ffering Women. Delicate women who complain of tired feeling, pains in the back and loins, desire to sleep, dizziness, painful or suppressed menstruation, will find in Oregon Kidney 'ea a faithful friend. Itean be relied u, on in every instance 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 resgon Kidney Tea. Excursion, Union Pauific System. May 15 this system will sell round trip tickets, Helena to Pacific coast points, lim ited to sixty days going, with privilege of retaining any time within six months, at following rates: To San Francisco, going via Ogden, re. turning same route, $75. To San Francisco, going via Ogden and returning via Portland and vice verse, $10. To San Franociso, goint via Portland and returning same route, $75. Te Los Angeles, going via Ogden and Sacramento, and returning via Ban Fran oisco, or vice verse, $89. To Los Angeles, going via Ogdon and San Francisco, and returning via Ban Fran oison and Orden, $98. To Los Angeles, going via Portland and returning via aa amento. or vice verse, 699.80. tickets will also be on sale the I1th to Salt Lake and return, fare *$80 limited to ten days going, final limit sixty days. isRemember the Union Pacifio is the south ern route and makes twenty-sight hours quicker time to' San Francisco than any other line. Through sleeping car reservations and further information can bhe had by calling on or addressing 28 North Main street, lsel ena, O. B. Wi,son, Freight and Passenger Agent. NOT DEAD. Remarkable Experience of John Turk, a Pio neer of Helena. 89 Doses Taken at Once Did Not Kill, but Succeeded in Curing Him. * Fohn Turk, Cascade, Montana, took 89 doses of a so-called "Ban Franoisco Quack's Medicine," at once, and was not killed, as promised by rival doctors. In Septem ber, 1889, he called on Dr. A. C. Stoddart, visiting phyaician for Dr. Liebig & Co., Liebig World Dispensary, San Francisco and Batte City, who had offices for two weeks at the Merchants Hotel, Helena. Mr. Turk had suffered for years with Rheumatism, Impurity of Blood and effects of mercurial Balivation. He had four of the best physieians in Montana attend him, and they failed to relieve him. Dr. Stod dart examined him, sent his prescriptions to Liebig Dispensary, Ban Francisco, to be prepared. After Dr. Stoddart left, Mr. Tark met the local doctors and told them what he had done. They laughed at him and said "that San Francisco quack would kill him." He was so frightened that when the medicine from San Francisco came he put the bottle upon a shelf at his house, 707 Park street, Helena, and it stood neg lected until December (nearly three months) while Mr. Turk suffered day and night, had not slept half an hour at a time in years. B3eing in great agony late in December, at midalght, his eye caught Night Of the so-called "Qsaok'sF" medi cine; (THE QUAOC HAPPENS TO HAVE THE MONTANA MEDIOAL LICENSE AND IR A DULT QUALIFIED PHYSIOIAN AND UIliOiON rFO MON TANA.) He, in deerration delided to kill himself with the "Quack's" medicine, as he was told by former attending doctors it would kill him, so he swallowed half a month's medicine at ones-89 doses-and fell asleep. elect until noon next day, and never has had a pain or ache sinee. The above roads like fiction, but truth is stranger, and to prove that the above is true, write to John Turk, Cascade, Mon tens, or call on Mrs. H. Verley, or Mrs. A. H-Dunbar, 707 Park avenue, Helenn, Mont, Drs. Stoddart, Liebig & Co. will have otm es in Helena at Merchants Hotel. lst to 4th of each month. Montana ofces 8 East Broadway, Butte. Call or write. Recsntly the following Notltee appeared in the Srn Frandsc Chronitcle. ' dge S-- lhad heen sick ouly about two weed., and It was not ,ntil the list three or four days that the ialady took n serious turn. Atiee teibitlnN eh illness ieofIheedfcc, nt dianbetes land etonlch disorder. later the kidneys relserd to pertoriu their ttletirlloins lid lie plssedcl quietly aw cy. Thus enided the lile J4 of one of the moat promlilnet men, in Clli Ifonaa." Like thouosnds of others his un-i tlnmely death was the result ofueglecting early syuiptlonna t kidney disease. t are troubled with dihtrles, gravrel, or any de raniettenl oft tie klhitey or uirinary organe, dii,,?t delay prulier trealitneit uintil you are frced to live ipyour daily dtties; daoe't aste youmoeoy onr worthless hinslmeiihc and worse plasters, bt 1strIke at the eet ci tLrediseesce iat once by using thie greatect nof aill known remedlieo, the celebrated Oregon Kid nev Tee, It has saved the lives of thotuaids. W'hy sirouldl It inot ture you 1 rTb it. Purely vigetbled nd pl8easant to take. 1.uO pauck -ge, a fr $5.00. American Club House Cheese. E DELICIOUS, APPETIZING, TEMPTING AMERICAN A soft, rich cheese, put up in hermetically sealed jars, attracts jg H5OUS1 attention wherever shown. For luncheon at home, for the traveler, for hunting and fish __ ing parties, for picnic and all forms of outdoor life, this cheese is unrivalled. American Club House Cheese must be kept cool. PEVrice, 45.c. Per Jar. BACH, CORY & CO., HELENA, MONTANA, on-l Ul n ll n'naIImmll l I I IT n~ ll l llllan l m lI U STO1KHOlDERSI 1IRIITIN--IN ACCORD. anon with a resolution adopted at a meetint, of the board of trustees of the Montana &Idaho dlinl & Reduction compay, held this day,, eea|l meneting of the stockholders of aid corn Sany is hereby called, the same to be held at ''lh ielena hotel, in the city of htelena, Monltaua on Tuesday the 17th day of May, 1892, at 10 o'olo0k a. In. The object of anob meeting in to devise ways and moans to rairo tfnds to pay otff the debts and Ii bilittes of said ompalny, including advattosn matde and to be made by varieo part ie and stuokholdere rot the benefit of said company by, any of the methods hereinafter mentioned, or by soy two or more Ot Ibhen, to-witr 1'o aathoieA the1board of trustees to sell four thousand shares of the capital stock of the our. porattion now held by Jamoe Kasson as truster; sand comnmenly known al troesnry stuk. Alo to authboric the oard of trste to aell all thg'interset whioh the company hha in that ocr ain atent for an invention which was a lmstod to the compmny by W, .. Austin, on the 11th day of Aruust A, I). 180i, and esuecially the interest In eaid patent right whilch the cor loration haa obtained in and for the territory of hdaho, Also to authorize the board of trustees to DhypotlleCato and mortgage the whole or any part of the property and ao.et, ,r tIe Coororation to rais tiands for the putor ,1oWyo mentio.no,. Thel property so prp~lpclow io be old or nmort gased cofete(j ot the tc. nt right aforesaid, sonmestime called the Atuh; iantent, in which the oomnpaey own act fXPlttItlo right for Montana oand Idaho. also alli thelra.or, r.nta, rlhts, fran 'hisot and rryaltticy r:.wdn; out of the same in which .tetnite t i ttrestodi also etrtajo tentcf$pgl ano.ttthlor pot ounal properly re appillyg to i4111 '. '1Lrente an nprintendantnt T.1 ton, Montana. Th object of sOuh nteetiig ito also ttelect a boni tatrttaee slidt to trasuact Ottoh ther btne sses a may be Ia foli trensanted. '"It h blk lfor transe or of atL o will be elue,'d for twenty cays prior to M .y 17, 1t+h' A. ti, Pdthi I,.lIT\AITE. Jt, ttt ' KAs tN, N. it, T'ltB1ItUP, f. B. Boannp, Trarstee. Dkatd thidt" 'of March. 180t. Glarke,.Gorrad & Gurtin. HIhR DWAL RE.) Ranges and Stoves. We are r~ow ready for the Spring, with the very best stock of House FtUrnishing Goods ever offered to the pubhi. We are head. quarters for Lawn Mowers, Lawn Sprinklers, Hose Reels, Brase Nozzles, Rubber Garden Hose, eto. A Carload of Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers, OO Ja.n .A..srD sB E US. Telephone No. 90. 42 and 44 8. Main St.