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......THE BEE HIVE I oohuth Main jtj + DOWN GO THE PRICES. + Goods must be sold. Look at these figures. Tremendouls cut in every department. For this week only. 121c White Pique apron Goodstor 5c. 12 c Curtain Scrim for 4c., 35c Linen Damask Towels for 20c, We will sell our entire stock of z12c White Pique 5 38-inch Curtain Scrim, a great seller- at x2 c, 6 Linen Damask Towels in plain and fancy borders, 20 Apron Goods for this sale at. ................... reduced for this week to....................... 4 knotted fringe, worth 35c, to close out at ....... C 40c Turkey Red Table Cloth for 25c, $1,715 Shirt Waists for $1.00, $1.25 White Bed Spreads for 75c, 'A bargain in White Bed Spreads, regular price $1.25, I e Turkey Red Table Cloth, 52 inches wide, our regular Our entire stock of Ladies' Shirt Waists, in Sateens, for this sale only ............................ 40c quality, will go at this sale for ............. Ginghams, etc., regular prices ý2 00, $I.75 and $1.50, $ (Better grades in proportion.) choice this week for ................................ 35c Challies, in Light Grounds, 12c, 25c Ladies' Black Hose for 15c. Baby Carriages. FOR THIS SALE ONLY. We offer special induce We offer i5 pieces half-wool Challies in light Ladies' Fast Black Seamless Hose, a 25c bargain, ments this week in Baby Car grounds, for this sale to close at............. Im C for this sale only ............................ 15 riages. Price from $5 up. 25c Sateens for 122c, 25c Children's Black Hose for 15c, $1 Corsets for 25c, We offer cne lot of assorted Our entire stock of light colored Fancy Sateens, Lot Children's Fast Black Heavy Ribbed Hose, a Corsets, worth from 75c to regular price 25c, for this sale .............. 12kC special bargain at 25c, for this sale only........ 15 $z.5o, in odd sizes, all colors, for this sale at 25c. 30c Dress Goods for 15c. 25c Turkish Towels for 15c, We offer i8 pcs. of Novelty Suitings in Stripes, Plaids 15 Turkish Towels, large size, 25c quality, in plain and !5c "a and Figured, regular 3oc goods, for this sale...... 15c stripes, for this sale reduced to................... A L r = Gd o r. . 22, 24 AND 26 SOUTH MAIN ST. Genzberger, Barnett & Co., HELENA. :.a _.n...rr,-s~a~3I z,.mrin~--.. ....,-. GIB .,llt~ -, 1.31"1 " ·I fai~ I -* · I- ilIlIrr'W ---- --.'-m~'="r-----zI·r t ........ m ._=-_- -----. -. - , WOMEN WE HEAR OF. Mrs. Paran Stevens is called the best natured woman in New York society. Mrs. P. T. Barnum is one of the most accomplished amateur banjoists in this country. Miss Helen M. Gould Is accomplished in the art of swimming. She can shoot through 34 feet of water with one stroke of her arms. Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt uses a profu. sion of red Malmaison roses in her boudoir and carries orchids when she carries any flowers at all. Mrs. Dahlgren, nee Lucy Drexel, has a number of beautiful harps. One, which cost $1,500, is probably as fine an instru ment as there is in this country. Mns. Fernando Yznaga of New York is as Lond as a French doll. Her face is "faultily faultless" and its coloring like a picture by Greuze. She is tall and slen der. Miss Eva Lovering Shorey, the president of the Woman's Aid societies of Maine, is only 21 years old. She is also the business editor of the Bridgeton News, published by her father. Miss Cynthia D. Rockwell, a teacher at Good Will mission in South Dakota, has followed Miss Goodale's example and mar ried one of the Indians in her school. His names is Richard King. Miss Lillian Morritt, an English phenom enon, has the power of retaining in her memory hundreds of complex figures, and of multiplying, deducting and aiding at the same time any of the cross figures. Miss Hlattie Blaine, the youngest and prettiest daughter of the late ex-secretary, is an intrepid canoeist, and her skill as dis played at Bar Harbor the last few sum mners has been admired by many specta tors. Miss Annie M. Robbins is a member of the board of civil service examiners in Bos ton, and in that capacity passes upon the papers of any stenographer who applies for a position under the city or state govern ment. Mrs. Albert Baker, an English elocution ist, is said to know as many pieces as there are days in the year. She imitates many voices of nature, from the trillof the canary to "the awe inspiring howl of the hurri cane." The oldest "old lady" in England is an old maid. IIer name is Polly Thompson, and she is an inmate of Chamberwell work house. She has recently celebrated her one hundred and seventh birthday and is bale and hearty. Lady Wilde wears much fine old lace and some rare jewels and always receives in a darkened room. The warmth of her vel come is enhanced by the power to greet each guest--French, Spanish, Italian, Rus silan or German-in her own language. ryrppefsa's distress is relieved by Hood's Ear es parilla It see oared many revere cases, The sales of the beautiful bogwood carv inlgs at Lady Aberdeen'sIrish villau inthe Midway plaismuce have been so great that the supply is kept up with difficulty. 5,711,075. Thes figures represent the number of bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, coughs and colds whicbh were sold in the United States from Marsb, '91 to March. '92. Two million, two hundred end tw.tastlgbhttiousand, six hundred and seventy-two bottles sold in one year. and each and everv bottle was sold on a positive guarantee that money would be refunded it eatisfaotory results did not follow itse se. The secret of its sutores eI plain. It never d seapoints and can alwaysbe depended on as the very best ;emedy fot con he, colds. ete. Pries 10 cents and $L At H. M. Parehen & Co,'s dreg store. PEN, CHISEL AND BRUSH. Dr. Edward Eggleston is at work upon a novel which he says will probably be the last he shall write. Mr. Diefenbach, a Bavarian painter, re fuses to wear modern clothes and prowls about the streets of Munich in a sort of toga. Miss Olive Schreiner's promised newnov. el is to be a study in the comparative eth ics of men's treatment of men and their treatment of women. Miss Lucy Garnett is given a pension of $500 a year by the British government in recognition of her literary merits, and to en able her to prosecute her researches in ori ental folklore. Mrs. Eva Wilder McGlasson, whose writ ings are as delicate and artistic as the frost work one finds on the winter window pane, confesses to her impossibility to produce more than six short stories in a year's time. Eugene Field says: "I'm going to write a sentimental life of Horace. We know mighty littIJ of him, butwhat I don'tknow I'll make up. I'll write such a life as he must have lived-the life we all live when boys." Ephraim Keyser, the sculptor, has been appointed instructor in modeling at the Maryland institute, Baltimore, in the schools of art and design. Mr. Keyser's finest work is an angel of heroic size de signed for the tomb of President Arthur. lHi Personalt Experieneo. Hon. James W. Hasted, while serving his sixth term es eleaker of the ess.mbly of the state of New York. writes: SBTATE OF NrW YoRa, ASBEMBLY C'IIHAMBF,~ ALBAsY. Jan. 10, 1890. I desire once more to bear me testimony to the value of ALLcocK's POROUs PLASrrBRB. 1 have used them for twenty-iv yearse pastr, and can couslientionsiy commend them as the best external remedy tLat I have known. Y are ago., when thrown from a carriage and seriously injured, I avse them a thor. oulh trial. In a very short time the pain that I was enfferinu disappeared, and within a week I was entirely relieved. On an other cooasion, when stufering f om a severe coucb, which threatened pul monary diflloelties, which I was re commended to go to Florida to re !love, 1 determined to test the plastors ag, in. I applied them to my chest and be tween the shoulder blades, and in less than a fortnight was entirely coued. On still another occasion when suffering from an attack of rheumatism in the shoulder to saah nn extent that I could scarcely raise my arm. I again resorted to the plasters, cnd within a vary few days the rheumatism entirely disappeared. I have them con stantly by tme, whether at home or abroad. My family as well as myself have found them to be a sovereign remedy, both for external or internal troubles. I never had hut one kidney difficulty in my life, and the application of the plsstes cared me in a week. I desie. as I said before, to bear my testimony in a public way as to their effloacy, and I ksow of no better way of do ing it then by giving you my personal ex perience." Now is your eoportunity to buy dress goods at h·me les hive t dicount rale, Agerg East-Save Time. Golig to Chisseo and east your shore quick route is via St. Paul and "TheNortlh westerl Line." Leave Butte 6t46 a. m., Helms 10:15 a. m. to-day, reach St. Paul 6ill e. m. second day, conneeting with fast lay train of "The Northwestern Line" avrlag St. Paul 8:00 a. m. daily and artliv lag Chloago 9:86 p. m. same day, makian less than sixty-three Hoaur from unite and less then stity hours from Helens, which is several boars lesstime than via any other lise to Chicago. 'I his 9:85 r. . arrival in Chiselo insures conneetion with all the principal lines from Chieao east, and 'The Ieorthwetem Lie" is the only line from St. Paul that as all of thee co0eottwons a OCbida. GOING OUT CAMPING? SPic-nicking, fishing or hunting? If - so, will not fail to appreciate the advantage of taking along a supply of the GAILBORDEH EAGLE BRAHD Condensed Milk. It is most deli cious in coffee, tea, chocolate and ice inumerous summer drinks. For 7 Cs,ýoe 30 years the leading brand. ,Your Grocer and Druggist sell it. For tea, coffee and chocolate use undiluted. It's better than cream. JOHN A. MoSHANE. W. A. JiAXTON, J. C. SHARP, President. Vice-Pretident. Sec. and Treas Union Stock Yards Co., (LIMITED.) SOUTH OMAHA, NEBRASKA. S10,C0) CA'TTPLE. Present Capacity of Yads 20,Cooo SHEEP. tIHORSES. This coml any owns and operates twenty miles of sw:toh and transfer tracks connec'ing the yards with the entire system of railways converging into Omahn and Co:ncil Bluffa, thus giving us a competitive outlet throughout the enti e railway system of Middle Am'nrioa \ia the great bridges across the Mise souri riverbov, ve, below and at Omaha. As a STOCKER AND FEEDER MARKET these yards offer e.srerior induc ments. We are in the heart of the great Corn Belt of the United States and connected with it by rail in a 1 directions. The drainage is perfo +r, w ater su, ply first class. F"Market informati, n furnished upon applleat'on. W. N. BABCOCK. General Manager. SC80HEELE & CO., Assayers and Metallurgists, WILLIAM STREET, NEW YORK. Assays of Ores, Metals and Metallurgical Products of every description. 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