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the Riohness of the For mation. hat the eale of the Morning 'MineoMeans to Spokene Bank Depositors. he Californila Mine, at Castle, Showing Up Well--Strike in the Graphle Concentrates. A great deal of interest has been aroused a Montana by the report of, rich finds in he Slooaf lake country, British Columbia. be first discoveries were made about the ater part of September, and as yet the sa stry is very difficultof acoes. The peo le living at Kalso are cutting a trail to the amp, and the citizens of Nelson are doing he same thing. Mr. Kinney, one of the r.t locators, and who owns the fWashing. on and I. C. claims, in an interview in the pokane Review describes these claims as ollows: "I found on the Washington a edge about fifteen feet in width of quartz treaked with galena. , It is a , true tissure sin, cutting the country rook, which is a art of lime shale, in a slightly diagonal di eotion. Next to the footwall there is a sin of solid galena two feet seven inches n width, from which the samples assayed rom 205 to 400 ounces in silver. Then here is a vein of carbonates about four feet ide, in which the lowest assay was eighty unees and the highest 128. Next to that is n eighteen-inch vein of wavy galeza car ying gray colper, from which I only got ne assay, and that was 1,85235 ounces. he rest of the fifteen feet is taken up with trata of galena and carbonates all the way o the hanging wall. In seventeen' assays hich were made from samples of il the ores in this ledge, which include four ifferent varieties of galena, only one ielded less than 100 ounces, and that went ighty. The ledge on the Washington is xposed for about 1,000 feet. At the end take it is only about eight feet wide, but at the senter stake and for about 250 feet oh way it is fifteen feet wide. "The L..C., which is a parallel claim to his, shows a vein six feet wide of quartz carrying galena, the only assay from it ielding 114 ounces. I made my second trip int the Slocan by the same route on the d of Oetober, and on that occasion lo cated the Stonewall, which lies not far from the I. C. and close to Jack McGuigan's townsite. Messrs. Wright and McCulloch own a third interest each in this and I own she balance. This was discovered just be fore 1 came out, and it was snowing a regu lar blizzard that night, so I had to hurry up and get out for fear of being stuck by the now on the summit. As near as I could determine there was a ledge similar to that of the I. C., of about the same width. The two assays from it yielded vastly different results, one going eighteen ounces and the other 115." The following results of assays will give some idea of how the Slocan Rook runs: In all of the samples the lead ran from 60 to 70 per sent.; Bonanza King, 296 to 964 ounces to the ton; Washington, 205 to 1.858 ounces; Last Chance, 179 to 800 ounces; Treasure Vault,. 189 ounces; Crown Point, 218 to 780. Ten others run in about the same proportion. All the rook was taken out within a few feet of the surface. Not a Hlaunted Mine. The Granite mine at Gem was reported to be haunted by a spook, but the mysteri ous noisees hard in the mine have been traced to a very natural and innoonous source, says the Mullan Tribune. The ghostly moans and sighs heard by supersti tions miners were no more than the sounds ,f the compressed air in the pipes that transmit power to the drills; In the mean time the haunted mine continues to turn out its regular quota of tons of conoentrates per day. MORNING MINE SALE. What It Means to the Creditors of the Spokane National rank. Several weeks ago THE INDEPENDENT pub lished the report that the Morning mine, near Mullan in the C(eur d'Alene country, had been sold to a Milwaukee syndicate for $600,000. Reoeiver Chase, of the Spokane National bank, furnishes the Spokane Chronicle with the following details of the deal, but he says the price agreed on is $500,000: To obtain the property the liens must first be paid off. There are about $120,000 in liens on the mine outside of the mortgages aggregating $180,000 more. This amount of money, $300,000 must first be paid before a title can be secured to the Morning propelty. The purchasers will then give approved security for the $200,000 remaining due and the securities can be ne gotiated so that it will be practically a cash sale. The syndicate will furthermore agree to expend $750,000 during the coming year on the property in the way of improve ments. The mine has been lying idle for nearly a year so that the tramway leading to it is in very bad condition. It is proposed to build a rail road to the mine, and to replace the seventy-five ton concentrator now there with a 300 ton concentrator. Other im provements will be made so as to put the property in first class shape. The Morning mine is on the hillside, two and a half miles from Mullen, and some 0.000 feet up the mountain side. The first tunnel is 180 feet from the apex of the mountain, and the second tunnel 200 feet lower down, while the third tunnel is still further down the hillside. The ore from these tunnels was brought down on a tram way, but the railroad can be built around the mountain by easy grades and will permit of cars being loaded directly at the mine, and ron over the private road t6 the Union Pacific. at Mullen. Of the $800,000 liens and mortgages against the mine, $100,000 is due the Spokane National bank, this sum with the other money received from the sale will be ample to pe not only all the depositors of the Spokre National bank In full, with interest, but alb the creditors of the various branch banks which the 8pokane National had in the Ctur d'Alenes. In fact the $120,000 of liens on the Morn ing mine represent principally the claims of the bank creditors who filed their claims on the property. The balanooof the money after paying the secured claims will enable Mr. Iiussey to pay his unsecured creditors, some of whom are creditors of the Spokane National. This will help to swell the assets of the bank so that not only will the de .ositors be paid, but there will be no need for assessing the stockholders. IN THE CASTLE DISTRICT. Progress on the California-On Other 'ropertiese. The progress of development of the Cali fornia must be a ereat source of gratifica tion to the many holders of the stock of that company, says the Castle Tribune. One of the men who located in the Castle Mountain district at the time carbonates were first discovered and who is recognized as one of the most intelligent miners work ing underground in this locality says of this mine 'that the mineral showing there is even superior to what it was in the Cum tberland at the same depth I am working in the California, when the former had at tained the same depth I worked in it. The character of the orn, shown in eacih are eim. ilar. It looks is if the same results should be obtained in the California that have been achieved in the C(umberland." Development Work is being actively pros ecuted on the Compromise lode, situated in the Four Mile district. A short time ago a good ore,t possesses ya.se Of aboUt SiJ at tieh . uo ated near the American group of mines, the annual repreontation work is now being While forming the annual work on the raphi oda few days ago, some fine ore wee nenountered. This property is situated in a locality where some very fine mineral bodies exist. On the Hidden Treasurer a ratie is being made on the veiu that contained the rich ore that was discovered in the bottom of the shaft. It proves to be thirty feet in width. It is compo.ed principally of iron with rich bunches of carbonates scattered through it. Assays have been obtalned that show the carbonates to be very rich, containing 172 ounces in silver and 50 per cent. in lead. Coneentrates. Two carloads of Iron Mountain concen trates were received at Helena last week. R. T. Riombaner has sold to Wm. Wein stein a one-third interest in the Far Down claim, for a cash consideration of 98,500, says the Philipsburg Mail. .Mr. Wein stein now owns two-thirds of the claim and the Granite company one-third. It is located just north of. the Granite hoist and is very valuable. Mr. Weinstein has some Sbuildings on a portion of it, and the ground is developed considerably. Owing to the heavy fall of snow in the Boulder camp the Poorman minins company deeided last week to shut down for the winter, says the Bill ings Gazette. They have placed a watch man in charge of their property, and will resume operations in the spring as soon as possible. The Poorman company have a flie property, and having their mill in shape will pound out dividends for the stockholders next summer. I Handsome dolls in great variety now on exhi bition at The Bee Hive. Live oysters at Motor Office. Best line of neckwear in the city at The Bee Hive for 500. Have you seen the elegant display of holiday novelties in Bltcher & Uradley's window. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Lewis and Clarke bounty Pedagogues in bession To-day. The teachers institute of this county, which opens to-day at the Central school building on Warren street, promises to be one of the most successful gatherings of the kind ever held in Lewis and Clarke. As in dicated by the programme the various sub jects of interest to the teachers will be ably discussed. MONDAY, NovEMBER 3--9:80 A. M. Enrollment and opening exercises. First Primary Reading....... Miss Edna Gorhant Second Primary lteadmg. Miss Claire Leonard s Busy Work............... Misas Minnie leifenrath 1:30 p. m. First ]rlmary Numbers.... Mre. H. C. (Carpentor -econd Primary Numbers.... Miss Nettle burtch p .Language.................Mtiss Laura B. 'leaso a Gegraphy ..................Miss lmma Clark 7:30 p. m.-Reception. t Committee on reception-Mrs. Irene 0. Young, Mrs, W. E. Harsh, Misu Laura B. Teague, Mrs. I B. H. How. , Mrs. William Gthrle, Mrs. Jos aeh Guans Mrs. Samuel Langhorno, Mrs. Jacob Walker. Mrs. R. H. Floyd-Jones, Mrs. B. A. Me ritt, Mrs. M. b. Cummins, Miss Serepta iSan e ders, Mrs. W. C. Child, Mrs. S I!. (<ilpatrick. I: Mrs. C. B. Miller, Mrs. Richard Lockey, Mrs. 0 John Gannon, Mrs. C. D. Hard, Col. C. B. 4 Nolanm, tov. J. K. Tools. SUESDAY, NOV. 24--9:0 A. m. 0 Arithmetic (Long Division) ............... n ............m . M.iss Jennie Wortman AritDEmetic (Decimbl). ... . W. 0. Hutchinson Elementary Algebra as Aid to Arithmetic.. ...................Mrs. M. 3. Cummin, *I Physiology ........ ........ .......W . R. Lord 1:80 p. m. Grammar Analysis............ Miss Mary Mathias Heading Circle ...................... H. G. Young SQuery box..........................The Institute i- 7:30 1i m. i Meeting of the school trustees of Lewis and Clarke county. a WEDNESDAY, NOV. 25-9:30 A. M. Orthography.................Miss Franc MagIess The Model reacher....... Misre Anie Friendlich Business Arithmetic and ihort Metlhols.... . ............. ................ . . G . Phelps •1:30 p. m. Relation of Teacher to Parent .............. s .................. Miss Annie Woodruff Suecial branches: W riting ................ ..... W. HaE. rsh Drawing .. ... Miss Elizabeth tetz Music........................... Madame Medini e rUp. m. Address ................ ................. .. HIon. John Ganno, Supt. Public Instruc tion. John W. Thompson Offers for rent, at very reasonable terms, the best photograph gallery west of St. Paul, also a limited number of choice of fles and stores on Main street. See him immediately, at his office, room 27 Pitts burgh block. Take elevator. The Weekly Indepeudent, 12 pages, to Jan. 1, 1893, for $2 Cloaks for children from 1 to 4 years, wotrh $150 to $4, choice at The Bee Hive only $1.50. Go to Butcher & Bradley's for notions, hosiery underwear and corsets. We lead in low prices. Great drive this week In 250 hosiery for ladies. misses and intauts' at The Blee Hive. Why Is Rocky Fork Coal Becoming So P'opular and giving such great satisfaction? Because they ate down 1,100 feet and it is very com pact. All orders filled promptly by (GILCaRxIST ienos. & EDGAB. I)rs. Skimmin & Essig, dentists, Sixth avenue and Main el.reet, over ollach, Cory & Co. Crown and brldge, work a specialty. Extraotisng hoc; vitalized air used. We are opened evenuigs. Automatic and mechanical toys at The Beeo Hive. Meals 50 cents at the sllnses Nagle's Merchants Hotel dining room. Typewriting, room 15 B'alley block. Ladles' Aid Noclety Sale. The ladies of the Christian church will have a sale Nov. 24 of home made oakes, preserves, jellies, sweet and sour pickles. This will afford those who do not care to make such things at home a splendid op portunity to have a nice Thanksgiviun din ner without much bother. Come and sup ply yourselves ladins and help along a good canse. A line stock of dry goodsand fsancy goods to be sold at 50 cents on tile dollar at 121 Broadway, in Denver block. Do not fall to son the large line of holiday goods at The iUe iHive, Oysters on the halt shlll at the Motor Office. Ilave yonu seen the noew ltrauskv splttoon? It is heavy nickle-pleicd, made a three pieces, In. side receptacle white etlanamled, vwrlestltng, and the simplest .pittoon to cleanl, I'or'eale at The lee Hive. Introduction price only $1.10. HELENA IN BRIEF. Jackson's music store, Bailey block. D"PRICE'S aDat Baking _ Ia Powder in Millions of Hex es-wo Yeas the Standard. '. D. inn, of Livingston, is at The Helene William Coyne and I, H. Murphy arrlved fracn Rtimial yesterday. Heary Longmeid and wife, of Empire, are staying at The Helena. Mrs. Hiram Knowles, wife of United States Judge Knowles, arrived from Mis saula yesterday. 'he following oltisens. of Nelhart, ar rived in Helena westerdys Carter Harker, J. L. Moore, O, 9. Coe, T. A. Hensel, Jim Hayes. Mrs. Kate lcott left last week for Cali fornia, to be absent all winter. She will mseet her sister, Mrs. O. M. Jeferis, In San Francisco, and together they will visit the principal resorts. The County Institute Of Lewis and Clarke county will be held at the Central school building, Helena. Nov. 28, 24 and 25. C. L. TuaruLzY, County Superintendent of Schools. Legal blanks at this olfice. Go to The Bee Hive for wedding presents and holiday goods. MIss M. F.. (trogan is now prepared to doall kinds of eriting at her office, lI 8tranlte block Mineral baths at Minerarl tprings Hotel only 25 ceats. ]ine Cabinats $3 Per Dozen. Artistic, finely retouched and eleggntly finished cabinets reduced from $5 to O8 per dozen. J. P. Hall & Son, photographere. Santa Clans' headquarters will boat The Bee Hive. The Weekly Independen t, 12 pages, to Jan. 1, 1893, for $2., The Weekly Independent, 12 pages, to Jan. 1, 1893, for $2. Toboggans, facinators and hoods worth from S1 to $3, slaughtered this week at The Bee Hive at 40e for choice. Arrivals at The Helen.. J. S. Tooker. City. Mrs. Hiram Knowles, J. W. Youns. City. Missoula. L. Byrne, bt. Louis. J. A. McLaughlin, J. k. Quinn City. City, B. A. Cox. 9t. Paul. Ira W. Hollowees. Man John Potter. White dan, N. ). Sulphur Springs. John Dunce, Salt Lake, Mrs, E. V. Clemente, 8. H- KLeg, Syracuse Jamestown. W. H. Coats, East Sag A. Fried, Milwaukee. inaw. L. S. oth. Cincinnati. J. L. Perkins and wife. J. D. Finn. Livingston. Cincinnati. C. W. Hickman, Liv- Chas. Bowers. Liaing inaston, stun. John F. Kelley and DeLancey Stone. New wife, St. Paul. York. SMiss seo, Lee, Dead- Henry Lonemaid and wood wife. Em pire. J. A. Wagner, Bis- Chas. . Moore, Chi a marek. cago. SJay edyediesTlcoma. . Siebenbsuer, San J. S. Josephs, Now Francisco. York. T. S. Merchant, Halds W. M. Westine, Bos- burgh. ton,. .W. alsey, ( hicago. Henry H. Jacobson, W. Haliett. Paris. New York. H. S. Frenca. City. 0. W. Averill, Butte. Arrivals at the Grand Central. M. W. Johnson, Malta. F. A. Blaokburn, City. Andy Johnson, Ana- Ole Peterson, Ana conda. conda. Will O'Rourke. Ana- J. W. Finnell, Marys conds. villa. W. L. Church, St. Paul. J. Palmer. Kansas City. I. H. Murphy, hiini. Win. Coyne. himini. James Patten, fhilips- J. D. Riddell, Minne burg. apolis. MItre. Chas. Hosefldt, F. L. Gregory, Placer. inadersbarg. t. T. Guilis, Neihart. Carter Barker, Neihart. F. C. lRoutledge. Citi. J. L. Moore, eihart. Io H. Hunter, Macleod. Henri Koenker, Mac- J. G. Stuart Belgrade. leod. C. S. Conu. u . C. y. T. A Hensie, Nejhart. Neihart. Jim Hlayes, Neihart. F. G. Arnett, City. Dan MacDonald. Pla- F. Ashley, Placer. cer. A. C.landler. Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Pollmon, A. Stewart and wife, Boulder. White S.lphur Sp'gs. 1. N. Bunnell. City. S. C Hudson. City. L. Lacoursin, Iron H. Bergh. Livingston. Mountain. Frank Pries, Bedfard. lsm'i K. Davis' Special. INVEB.TMENT STOCKS. 10,000 Jersey Blue, good purchase. 10,000 Iron Mountain, A I stock. 10.000 Copper Bell (bargain). 10,000 0. R. N., (bargain). 1,000 Bald Butte. 100 to 250, (safe invest ment). 5t00 Helena & Victor (safe investment). 1,600 Poorman, (Coeur d'Alene), (safe in vestment). 5.000 Cumberland, (safe investment). 8,000 California, (safe investment). Any one of the above are purchases at the prices offered. Smaller lots can be had at low rates. Rooms 20 and 27, Bailey Blook. Th e ire Hive ha a large stock of sleds, wagons, children's desks, furniture, doll cabs, etc. Hay, grain, feed and fuel delivered promptly at lowest market rates by Her bert Nlchoison & Co., Ltd., corner Park avenue and Edwards street. Telephone 305. Trhe display of holiday novelties in Butcher & Bradley's window, is the Iine.t ever seen in Helena. Hemember that The Bent Hive is headquarters for all kinds of holiday goods. Clhristmas goods now open at The Bee Hive. Coo leckcer Has opened a hay, grain, feed, produce and commission business on corner Main street and Eighth avenue, Give him a call. Fresh lot of New York Counts, in shell, at the Motor Office. Kid body, French limb, bisque jointed, rnbber, rag and stalled dolls of all kinds at The Bee liive. Board only $7 per week at Misses Nagle's Morchants litel dining room. TIckets for the A. O. U. W. Ball. Tickets for the A, O. U. W. ball, Thanks giving eve, will be on sale at the following places: T. H. Clewell, Main street; Cosmo politan hotel, Woodman & Sanders, C. K. Wells company, Journal Publishing com pany, Fred Hass, Gans & Klein, Frank J. Edwards, Belvidere house, W, M. Mann, Pardellion & Co., Power block. Selections can now be made at The Bee BIive for holiday goods. The proprietors will reserve goods until Xme, in all caese where a suitable deposit has been made on goods selocted. Se lect now and avoid the rush. Try Our Plea or Chesnut Coal, thoroughly screened, for your furnaces. Ton lots at $4.25; car lots, $3.85, delity -red. GI.canRIST Bnos. & EDGAn. Kodaks. Seven styles of kodake and ilms at A. M Bolter Hardware Co. hDr. T. H. Pleasants. Practice limited to diseases of the eye, ear, throat and nose. Office, Granite block, Main street. We have money on hand to loan onim proved ranch propelty throughout the stanto with water for irrigating, Lowest rdtes. Time anti terms to suit. Write, do scribina your property. Five per cent. in terese paid on savings deposits. MONTANA SAVINOa BANK, Helena, Montana, Raleigh & Clarkle. To make rIo. for our Christmas Stock we shall offer special bar gains in every department for the next ton days. Our special sale of Flush Coats, Jackets and Newmarkets will be continued for another wook at, the same liberal reductions. In our Dress Goods department we nro offering all Pattern Dro-.ses at about half price. We have just receivewd in our Donmetfc department a very beau tiful line of Silk Comfortables, which we offer at attractive prices. They would make a nice Xmas Gift. Our Fur department is complete. See out special prices ors Muffs, Boas, Collars and Capes. KNIT GOODS AND MITTENS Our assortment in these goods is so large we have not space to de scribe the different qualities, but we would call special notide to our new line of Silk Mittens for Misses and Ladies. In Hosiery and Underwear our r lines were never as complete. A r full assortment of the celebrated Munsing Underwear constantly kept in stock, both in Silk and 9 Wool. Store open until 8:30 p. m. Raleigh& Clarke. Leaders of Low Prices. BABGOGi'&S FUR STORE. SE A.L COA.TS 25 per cent less than eastern prices. All sizes and lengths in stock. flu)' n U] , C ROBES, RUGS, CAPS, ETC. MEN'S FUR GOATS, - GLOVES AND CAPS. Bablock'Ws FUR STORE. HOUSEKEEPERSI SERVANTSI WASHWOMENI *ATTENTION.!!* Washing made easy,. No boiling of clothes or soaking over night necessary. No scrub-board needed. You need not bend over tub and get a lame back, or in hale odor of soap suds. No odor of wash ing, from effects of boiling clothes, through the boase. You can wash your Laces. Flannels, Linens, Blankets-in fact, every thing, and make like new without wear or tear on cloth. The work that takes you one half day to 4o you can now do in one hour. We Let You Try a MIachine by taking it home. If it does not do all we claim, you need not keep it or pay for it. A child ten years old can do the family washing as easy as a grown person. Call and see the New Era Washing Machines, that ievolutionize the method of washing lothees. The apparatus weighs only eight pounds. We invite country people as well as city folks to call and see the machine. STURROCK & BROWN, Agts. MING'S OPERA HOUSE .1. C. itemlngton, m-anager. THE DRAMATIC EVENT. Wednesday,' 'lurday, Friday, Saturday Nov. 251, 6, 7 and 28. lMatineoo Thanksgiving and Saturdtl). IELENA,\'S FAVORIITEF JOSEPH GISMEil -AN It- PHOEBE DIAVIES tiupporedl by Iholr excllent company. REI'EIlTOI R E: Wvdneetlay Night /Trjý1 I II' ' 1) The Ideal Cidy. t. ama ,glar nl if u a N , oilio thl , aturday Night, Beacon Lights l'luturuequu Dramna i liegular Prices: Evenings. $1 anti Mt5. Matluan,. 75. 50o and 5c. Hale of seats will owtn at P'ope & O'Counur' drug store u'esday Morning. 'T. G. POWER &. Ge., - JOBBERS AND DEALERS IN- Minnh anl Farm M hinerv STEAM BOILERS; PUMPS AND HOISTS, Wirze IrO istixg Ropeo, "tcc 'agons--Quatz, Lumber and Farm--Wagons Fence Wire, Wind Mills and Pumps. 50 DIFFERENT STYLES OF VEHICLES. In order to make room for Winter Goods will close out Vehicles at an adva~nce of 10 per cent. above cost. Call and sea for yourself RETAIL BUSINESS To Be Closed Out by Jan. 1 Owing to our most extensive and widespread wholesale business, which for the past few years has grown to such an extent, we are now compelled to give up our retail depart ment and wish to do so in the shortest tim.e possible. Our kind friends and patrons. who have traded. with us for so many years will do well to take advantage of the bar gains we have to offer in CLOTHINGU, GENTS F URNISH: ING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, Etc,, as we must and wili close out our Retail Stock by Jan. 1, 1892. Greenhood, Bohm & Co. *CHICAGO IRON WORKS* GAIL, BUMILLER & UNZICKER : -B-Builders of Gereneral- - *MIING AND MILLING MAICHINERY,* Gold Mills, Wet and Dry Crushing Silver Mills, Smelting and Concentrating Plants, Hoisting and Pumping Works, Cars, Cages, Skips, Ore Buck ets and Water Buckets, Self-Oiling Car Wheels, Corliss Engines, Compound and Condensing En gines and Tramways. .:SOLE AGENTS FOR THE WORTHINGTON PUMPS:. Western Representative, Office and Works MENNO UNZICKER, Hawthorne Ave. and Willow St., No. 4 North Main St.. Helena. CHICAGO, ILL SANTA CRUZ. CALIFORNIA........ THE SEA BEACH HOTEL Is the NEWEST, LAR(GEST, MOST COMPLETE AND MOST DELIGHTFULLY LOCATED HOTEL in Santa Crus Situated in the midst of eommodiosi grounds. the honese directly overlooks the broad anu curving beoch and the bay of Monterey. where is found tho tinoet winter and summer surf bathing in the world. From the wide verandu., the most magnificent and rvaried lmarin end mountain views in Californ a are seen on all aider. Its many rooms are handsomcely furnished and sunny while plenty of bath-rooms, fire-places steam-heators, eleotric lghtnd bells, Me.ho and o al water, are necessary comforts which will be aopreeiated by all. A Large Dining-Room, Excellent Table and the Best of Service Througlkout the House are Specialties, STREET CARS PASS THE DOOR. t'Iho each tation of the broad gange road Is just below the .now. ad carrlaosawait trains sat all depote. A deosriptive souvenir bookhet of the Hotel and eurrounding country mailod free of charge on appiloalion. For full partcunlars and terms apply to JOH-IN T. SULLIVAN, Proprietor. Another Great Gut -. I1T--- ,, Ladies' and Children's Wool Hosiery FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. Children's Black Derby Ribbed Ladies Black Cashmere Wool Wool Hose, 5 to 8 1-2. Hose, ONLY 25c. - - WERE 35c ONLY 450. - - WERE 600 Misses' Blaok Worsted Ribbed Ladies' Black Cashmere Hose, Hose, 5 to 8 1-2. British, ONLY 350. - - WERE 500 ONLY 6O50. - - WERE 75 One Lot of Ladies' and Children's Hose, assorted, colors and sizes, at one-half their former price. *FOWLES' CASH STORE. The Leading MNilinery, Notion and Fancy Dry Goods House tn U. CA.