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5 NO RTI- .AIN STREET. 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 mla. Plain 6oc season, having shipped a carload, embracing all colors, quali- We have a large line of popular priced lace curtains of Ladles' Muslin Night Robes, embroidery and tucks, ties and patterns. We can suit everyone, and would call the latest patterns and styles at prices from $z.oo to $15.oo Regujlr 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' M~uslin Night Robes, hem stitched and tucks wt et'rnwelprsladuhltrd slwa fine quality. Re a re ti.eo n th w k with best iron wheels, parasol and upholstered, as low as are new and fresh, and prices are lower than ever before Better and finer styles, all grades. Prices, $2.25, offered. $x.5o $x.6o and $1.85. $ 6 15 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 $1.25, this week 75c a saving of 25 per cent. to those desiring a carriage. Also Chdren's .a4o prons, nicely trimmed in 85c full line of Children's Iron Wagons, Velocipedes, Tricycles LA DIES Children's awn Aprons, tuck yoke, Hamburg trim- and Doll Cabs. ming, with row of tucks on bottom; worth $1.75, SPRING UNDER WEAR this week $1.25 ___________________________ Foster Kid Gloves, in Tans, Drabs and Black, fitted to the hand, this week $1.25 Large line of new novelties in Stamped Linens, includ ing Pillow Shams, Table Mats, Table Covers, Tray Mats, Bereau Scarfs, Splashers, Bibs, Doylies, Swiss ribbed cotton Vests......................$ .10 Squares and Pillow Slips at EASTERN PRICES. Swiss " Balbriggan Vests, in cream, ecru, white Heminway's Knitting Silk in new shades, for gents' ties, per spool, 35c and black.................................... .25 Heminway's Roman Floss, Japan Floss and Rope 26-inch Gloria Silk Umbrella, with oxidized handle, at $r.5o Swiss ribbed Balbriggan Vests, high neck, long sleeves, Silk, in all of the new shades. Price, per dozen, 45c 28-inch heavier handles, at........................ x.75 full fashioned ecru............................. .35 One lot imported, fast black, Ladies' Hose, Hemsdorf 26-inch Imperial Siik, natural wood handles........ 2.75 Ladies' extra spun Silk Vests, cream and black...... .90 Ond yet w rnted, at black,25 26-inch Twilled Silk, fancy crook silver and horn Ladies' extra spun Silk Vests, long sleeves, black only, 2.00 One, plotimpored falst black, Ladies'tHose, Hmsdorc handles...................................... I.90 Ladies' heavy Balbriggan Vests, and drawers to dye, splice heelsga atts an dawrst 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 mtach price 35c 28-inch Carola Silk, natural handles, silver trimming. 2.50 a regular 9oc article, for........................ .6o Heavy Ribbed Hose for children, fast black, sizes six 28-inch Carola Silk, fancy assorted handles......... 2.75 to ten, only 25c *THG + BEE H IME-l SOL. GENZBERGER & CO., 5 NORTH MAIN ST. MRS. CELIA THAXTER. The Writer of the Popular "Ceven Little Gardens." [Written for TaE HELENA INDEPENDENT. I RS. CELIA THAXTEI. THE writer of "Seven Little Gardens," was born in Portsmouth, N. H., J L, 1835. The little girl-Celia Leigh ton-went with her father and mother to live at the lighthouse on White island when she was hardly four years old end she has never willingly left the ocean since. The family moved from the lighthouse when she was ten years old, but they went to anether island, Appledore, Isles of Shoals, a place which the little lighthouse girl herself has since made a famous spot is literature. When she was St. CELIA TIHAXTEL married to Mr. Thaxter, the great Brown ing scholar, at 16, she went to the mainland to live, but always returned to Appledore in summer. I11r books are published by Houghton, Miflim & Co., and include "Among the Isles of Shoals," "Poems," "lorft-Weed," "Poems for Children" and "The Cruise of the Mystery." Next to she poems of Whittier, Longfel low, Holmes and Lowell, Mrs. Thaxter's sell the most steadily year after year, of any author's on the list. Of her earliest work, her trit published poem, she says, in a private letter of a few weeks ago: "I never sought the public ear, but writ ing and publishing was forced on me. I had written some verses in pencil on an en velope I happened to have in my i oaeket and sent them to a friend, a lady whom I knew sympathized with my homesiekneee for the sea. She gave them to a relative who was connected with the Atlantic: he handed them to James Russell Lowell, then editor of the magazine, who christened thema Landlocked and quietly printed them In the Atlantic without a word to me, and the first thing I knew I saw toy verses in print, to my profound aitonishment. Af ter that I had to write, for say friends Jas. T. Fields, John G. Whittier and ' there in misted on it. 'Write-thee most-it is thy kismet,' said the great, good poet, and so I did." Not many years ago, Mr. Thaxte- died. Mrs. 'Ihaxter, with her eldest ron, lives ilu Portsmouth winters. They always go back to the Appledore home early in April. I he house and its flower gardens are famous among literary people and artists. The rooms are literally banked with flowers and pictures. There is nothing quite like it anywhere else. Mrs. Theater is a tall, stately, handeorse woman with beautiful snow white hair, dark eyes and dark complehion, damasa tinted. Her smile is very sweet, and her manner direct end gracious. A few friends have two exquisite portraits of her, quite different from those the pubbio have seen. One is beastifel eneonr artistically to be "an old master"-girlish mother of 17 and lien baby-junt the two young heads leaning together: some day it will be engraved. The other is Mrs. Thauter in ii r poppy garden. bhe is in white, and she has come out among her flowers bareheaded, stands among poppies heart high, her hair flatter ing with the morning breeze. and her airy sleeves sehowing her beautiful ai me. L. F. P. THIE CHAMP1ON F4AS'1TER. Jacques Will Endeavor to Go Longer Without Food Them Any One. NEW YOaK, May 20,-Alexander E. Jacques, the French fasting man, has ar rived in New York, eager in the pursuit of freek triumphs in the fasting arena. This is his ti ret visit to the United States. In an interview to-day he said: In America I am going to establish my claim to be vastly aspesior to Sucei, who has never been able to touch me in my pro fession. I shall fast fifty-two days when I begin again, and I shall close my career as a faster by doing, possibly fifty-five or sixty nays at the Chicago exhibition. I want to meakemy last and greatesteffort in honor of Columbus. ]Before retiring I intend to sell the secret of my fasting powder. Some time ago I was offered $35,000 for it by a wealthy Russian. I refused to part with my secret for that price. I have since been offered $50,000, bat even that is not enough. I want at least $100,000 for what is really one of the most marvelous and useful dis coveries ever made. Of wnat use is it? Why, to save starving miners and immi grants from death: to relieve any one who is without food. Could any be more sim ple or useful than that?" "Do you mean that any one who had your powder could fast as you do?" "Certainly; any one in good health. There is no trouble about it." Bucklen's Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cate, bruises, sores. ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblaini, 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 IL S. Hale & Co. lucky Isoinain scmisesas suitable for pres erls at'f ha biee litre. Thousands of Suffering Women. Delicate women who comolain of tired feeling, pains in the back and loins, desire to sleep, dizziness, painful or suppressed menstruation, will faud in Oregon Kidney 'lea a faithful friend. Itcan be relied a'nao In every instance to give immediate relief from kidney and urinary troubles Thoa sands of women are suffering every day fron some disorder of the kidneys or liver, who might be permanently cured by using Oregon Kidney TI ea. flyepepina. 'rhat nightmare ofruan's existence which makes food a monkery and banishes sleep from weary eyes, readily Nields to the po tent influence of the ce!ebrrted English Dandelion Tunic. It tones up the digesti ive orsnts, reeteres the appetite, makes as similation of load possible and invigorates the whole system. All druggists sell it at $1 per bottle. OTif. TO PRfDITOIs-E-TAT'E O0 's ill.ams I). I'i hote. d'rceass e Notice it mer"b gives by the undersigned. ex s,msutrio of ii.,- tast wils asid is~taiont of Will tam I. N'irnala.. d'sea.d.sl, to tie creditors if, arriall s'rm'so- l.arins, s laims airainst the said dtrras d, tr axhiiot them with the aecee cry rouch.es, withis tea mrnnhs after the terst tb lr'icmssu of this neticn, is Ies.acid '.zerstrmx at Ithn. uonra of I. S. Wale, Ili hey building. liel enas. Moaiana the sam' being the place for tie tranesctirn of the basiness of said estate, in the cmunty of Lewis and I larks AIAN1,s;R RT NICHOLAR, tasxin rix ao st wil ad testament of Will tars In. Nir'h~las. dereased. Dated itth day of Msay, thi12. N r OTICE TO lRsDIOR5- ESTATE OF t Usbavca R. Kwring, deceased Notic a nIsseby t,,,b he audereiyneul ad tninarirtatrm iof rIo art~ars of tieherca it. Ewing. drrraes. i, thin credrtore or, and all prasoan hamna5 isc ee a.,amust the said d -seed. to en bibs' tims,, with rue aeceseary your' te'e. withini fone i,ronths afiter ie first i,slnlicratsrn of tinls ahice, i, thc said administrator at Prickly trar sal'-y, siusty of lewis anrd Ituhrke. etate of Iaectasa. tis name king tme iplans far the tracs action sof the trasssnmes of said estate in the county of Lnwis and Clarke. W. H. EWING. Admiais rator of the estate of Rebecca 1. swing, decased.Asrd IBate At~ril 15. MBI1 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. John Turk, Cascade, Montana, took 39 doses of a so-called "Man Franeisco Quack's Medicine," at once, and was not killed, as promised by rival doctors. In Sortem ber, 1889, he called on Dr. A. C. Stoddart, visiting physician 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 sufered for years with Rheumatism, Impurity of Blood and effects of moron ial Salivation. He had four of the beat physicians 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. Mtoddart left, Mr. Tark met the local doctors and told them what he had done. They laughed at him and said "that Ban Franclsco quack wouid 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 at -et, tHelena, 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. Being in great agony late in December, at midnight, his eye caught might of the so-called "Quack's?" medi eine; (TuE QUACK HAPPENS TO HAVE TiO MONTANA MEDICAL LICENaE AND IS A DULY QUALIFIED PHYSII(IAN AND SURGEON FOR MON TANA.) He, in desperation decided to kill himself with the "Quack's" medicine, as he was told by former attending doctors it would kill him, so he swallowed halt a month's medicine at onee-39 doses-and fell asleep, sleet until noon next day, and never has had a pain or ache since. The above reads like tiction, but truth is stransgr, and to prove that the above is true, write ao John Turk, Cascade, Mon tana, or call on Mrs. E. Verley, or Mrs. A. H. Denbar, 707 Park avenue, Helena, Mont. Drs. Stoddart, Liebig & Co. will have offices in Helena at Merchants Hotel, let to 4th of each month. Montana offices 8 Last Broadway, Butte. Call or writs t t Recently the following Notice appeared in the San Franccccsc Chronc li. vs1raygr t-.- had hc n i is L mhcsl.? c-cil' t two A~Ir-h4, all it ' wa "I I icc'ou the -'cctl thrcl "r four'da ha II le il, ": 1", au rir, sliter At thebeginningo .fhisilftw .,hrsdt erflf+rdh liabetes and iicsca tccscr. Lit r Ihe kiclscvy' r,-Ics,'d I" pcrform ic'ir fun, licad to- passed 5' < tit awi . y Thu, 'c nd, d the lifc sf our of shc' Ic',t, prJs ncc nt nar-n in ,, li lsr .". i. k' Iicc..cscc I 'Fl- Y 5i,,ss drolr'clc,-c.?s w , - i'csi t uicc s,-at ly ,yultiuplcs5osc kiclsccyclc' aretrou' i d with dint I.-, t trc '-v e "r au'. dc w5'i 'c,,),, fIl '"c,,t,, , r~Occil) 'r 5,,,,, i,, ocnd w to gciv- c i' lScsiv cc ii,. ds cc wasle yi sts mc - ncc on w,, sitl ,, gscc umcr nI I and wore- ph-t-, hit 'lke it tihe "sI the di',rase at "u, by utin c; the gtratst .,f ,It known ,rrhces the cil-ated ccicn~a Ki n i my l'ra. 5t is.a. 'ccod tic, icve,r lc,'I ii :1' Wh5' elcctssl it itc) cc,- y, ci's cc 11 1 ' v,',I-iaic,- ands ci .t c~il! to ts!, kI.U a; pays age. 0 for $L.Osi. QUERIFF'SS8ALE-WILLIAM LOWEPLAIN - tiff, vs. 'Thouas M. Everett. Franklin it Walla e ar.d Albert M.Thornburgh, as co-partners doing ho lnesa under the firm name and style of Wallaoe & '1 horn burgh. 1 harls Lehman and Caroline Lehman, tas wife, and Franklin it. Waliace. tlefunitast Under and by virtue of an order of sale and decree of foreclosure and taln issued out of the district court of the First judicial district of the state of Montana, in tind for the county of I owls and Clarke, on the 17th day of May, A. D. 1,92, in the above entitled action, wherein William Lowe, the above named plaintiff, ob-. tainei a judgmmnt and decree of foreclosure asl sale againot 'Thomnas M Everett, Franklin RI. Wallace, and Albert M. Thornburgh, as co-part ners doin1t huloinese undler the firm name and style of a'laer's AThornburgh. Charles Lehman. and Carolini Lehnsan. his wife, and Franklin it. Wallace. defendants. on the 16th day of May, A. D. 18iD, for the suin of $1,8et.(tl, besides interest. 'eaty and attorney fees, whichl said decree was on the 16th day of May. A. D. 1192. recorded in Judgment book No. (l. of said court at page s39, I am commanded to sell all that certain lot. piece or parcel of land. sitnate, lying and being in this county of Lewlo and Clarke, stats of Montana, and hounded and described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southwest cirner of block lettered "A" of the 'teit jeut addition to the city of Helena, at the intersection of the east side of iloback street with the north side of Sixth ave onue, and runninig b onee north along the east aide ittf:ot"in street, forty-five 14it feet ts a point, thence east nes hundred (100) feet to a point in the line between lots numbered two (2) and three (3) in block lettered "A," thence south along the line between said lots numbered two and three, forty-five (45) feet to a point in the north side of tixth avenue, thanes west along the north Ii su of enid Sixth avenue one hundred (lst) feet to the place of beginning. rogether with all and singular the tenements, hereslitaments, and appurtenances thereunto be longing or in any wise. apiul'rtaining. P'ubtlc notice is hereby givent that on Saturday. the 11th day otf June, A. Ii. 111142. at 12 o'clock om. of that day at the front door of the court house, Helena, Lewis and Clarke county. Montana, I will, in obedience to said order of sale and decree of foreclosure and sale, sell the abovedescrited itroierty-, or sit mucti tereot as tiay btu of c'esary to satisfy said juidgmenrt. with interoit. anti roots, to the highest and best bidtder for caishl in and. Given under my hand this 19th day of May, A. I D. 1892. CHAS. M. JEFFERI . Sheriff. By RALPt G. Jottste N, Deputy Sheriff. PROPOSALS NOR BOARD O CITY PRIS. snore-Notice is ereby given thai the on signed will, until 12 o'clock noon of 'Tussday the 24th day of May A. D., 1812. receive sealss bide for the furnishin of board of city priso ners, to the ity of H elena, Montano, for the iuerlsd of timts terminating May 1, 18192. Sald bide siould be sealed, marked "Proposals for board of city prisoner," and left with the city rlerk at his onfice in the city hall, between now and noon of the day aforesaid. No hide re ceived after 12 o'clock. City reserves right to reject any and all biids. ihis unties Is given pursuant to order of the soencil duly made May 10, 18R92. Dated May 16, 189,. NOTICE O3 STOCKHlOLDICH1' MEETING 'etire is hireby given that a teiting of thie stockholders of the Mae Miningg , Milling company wilt be held at the itofier fhi coot. patty, at 517 Knitiht street, in the city of Heleeta. dlate of Montana, it Friday the 10th day of Jnn". 1892, for tiit purpose oi submitting to suace ,tuokholders a proptiutitn to inereaus the capi tal stock of the Mait Mining & Milling company o th arnontt of ftour tititired thousand (drt, Setr shares of the par ealute ol lire dollars (8't pee shuare: the present eapital stock of said rom-un rehar ix ee t the tar svatie of flee dlollars lilt). ) By order of the beard of trustees. A. Mol.EAN. President. It. A. McLEAN, Secretary. J. C. Mot'ANN . THOS. JENKIN, A. McLEAN, Majority of Truatess. W Ae g. PRES001't, --Deale ia MAJ$BLE * *AND* GRANITE MONUMENTS "Headstones. * amonss. - - Odom NENUETs ARE MOR ENDURI1)Q G RANT -DESIGNS & PRICES MOIUMENITAL BRONZE Co. BRIDGEPORT. CONN IS ENDORSED BY EMINENT SCIENTISTSI Will resist the atmosphere for all time." Watts' Dictionary. "The necessity fora morn endaring material than stone has loin been felt. , lie endnrjn1 na tare of refined zinc (White fBronze) and its poeliar adaptability makes it excellent for the purpose."-ticientiho American. A Few More Local Agents Wanted. E. S. HALL, BILLINGS, MONTANA. Gen. Agent for Montana and Idaho THE CHICAGO,== MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY In the Fast Mail Short Line from St. Paul and Minneapolis via La Crosse and Milwaukee to Chicago and all points in the Eastern states and Canada. It is the only line under one management between St. Paul and Chicago, and it is the finest equipped railway in the Northwest. It is the only line run ning Pullman drawing-room sleep ing cars with the luxurious amok. ing-rooms, and the finest dining. cars in the world, via the famous "River Bank Route," along thi shores of Lake 1-epin and the beau tiful Mississippi river to Milwaukee and Chicago. Its trains connect with those of the northern lines in the Grand Union depot at St. Paul. No change of cars of any class be tween St. Paul and Chicago. For through tickets, time tables, and full information, apply to any coupon ti:ket agent in the North west. Room Ne. 1, Power Block. Poetofficesean 11. HELENA. MONTANA. STUDY LAW AT HOME. TAK A ('Ousx SN T3U Ipragee Correspodesaee scheol of Lw. (Incorporated.) lend ten cents (stampe) for particalare to J. Ootner, Jr., Bec'y. se. Sil W bime Bleek. Detreit, Mieb. NORTHERN PACIFIC R.R. THE GREAT TRANSCONTINENTAL ROUTE, Passes through Winconein. Minnesota. North Da keta. Manitob Montana, Idaho. Ors Dar ana Washington, THE DINING CAR LINE. Dining Cars are run between Chicago, St. Pant, Minneapolis, Winnipis. Melena, Mutt.. Tacomn. beanie a nd Portland. PULLMAN SLEEPING CAR ROUTE. Pulimaa service daily between Chicago, St. Patti. Montana, and the 1 at fil Northweatl and between Sit. Paul, Minnsapolis and Mic. a.sota, North Dakota and Manitoba points, THE POPULAR LINE. Daily Express Trains carry eleqant Puillman sleeping Cars, Dining t'ars, Day t..oacher, i'uli. mnin Tourist Slelepers and 'Free Colonist Sleeps ing Cars. YELLOWSTONE PARK ROUTE The Northern Pacifis R. R. is the rail line to Yellowstone Park; the popular line to Califor. ala and Alaska; sand its trains pasa threugh the grandest scenery of seven states. THROUGH TICKETS. Ass sold at all eoupen offices of the Norther% Pacific Railroad to points North. East., South and West. in the United States and Canada. TIME NCHEDULE. TRAINC ARRIVU AT RELENIA. Na. 1. Pacific Mail. west bonnd ........ 1:85 p. >a 0o.2, Atlantic mail. east bound........10:20 p. in o, , Logan end hleleua pasienger, connteting at Logan with train Ni . i, Pacific express westbound.. .. 2:10 a. m No. 6, Garrison and Helena passenger, connacting at Garrison with train No. 4. atlantic eztre-s eaothounmi..12:2.'i pom. No. 6, Marysrilie passenger . 11:20 a. in No. 10. larysvilce accommodation..... 6:40 p. in No. it, Wickes. Boulder and Elkh1ora 1,aost~ncer.. . . . 7:i8p4 Nq. 102, Rimini mixed, Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays................... 5: p in lTRAIN5 DLi'ART Flt~tM tiILLtiA. No. 1, Vault.n Mail, west houttt:i...l1:50p. in No.r. Aiantiic Mail, meat bound. l.o..0:1l a No. t, Helena anti Logan ltascnerr, ronnecting at Logan with train lao. 4. Atlantic exsress sasthountd... 1:10 p. in No. 5. elenua and Garrison paasoorr. ronnectinlg at Gatrrison with train Nt. i , inotfi. express westiond....2:15 a. m No. 7. Marysville passenger ...... 7:415 . in No. It, Mtarysville accooiiotiation....3:00 p. in No. Ntt, Wirkes, Notider and Elkhorn Pasenerer .......o . .he ..r Paol Ia 7 . ca No. 101, Rtirnini mined, Mondays, Wed nrsdaisy and Fridays ...........8:15 a. in For RtatesN Maps, Time Tables or Special Information apiply to Cles. S. Fee. General Passenger and Ticket Ageat, Si. Paul, Mina., or A. =E. EnDORl General Agent of itte Northern Pacifilo I. 3.. at HELENA. MilNT. SP~OKANE FALLS & NORITII~RN R'Y.. SEASON OF 1892. '1H11: NEW Ei.iiohtAiute THROUGH FROM SPOKANE 10 NELSON I' TWELVE HIPt lt'.. Direct roomts t.,tietCtl vllle Vale Iit. Ktile Sliver, Jianniar. ( r ek.i, ralmr ili,:nniul, tel. sirw, )rail t reek. Hoiion. Nelson. iiatutr,, )'lnit Hay, l noworth. hAolo and all pointo in irilish Co. Trains leave Spokane every week day at seven a.t in., after arrival of N. P. trains I and A.