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MR. WHALEN BPROTESTED,
But the Trustees Deolde to Finish the High Sohool Building Themselves. A ' Resolution to' That E1,sot Adopted at the Meeting Yesterday. Tile Contract to .. Terminlated a MJoon the Architedt MAihas His omtl st Report. l'he school trustees at their meeting yes terday, took steps looking to getting the now high school building out of the con tractors' hands, and finishing it themselves. Architect Paulsen sent the following com mnaication to the board: "I understand that the contractote have stopped in the progress of construction of the Helena high school building, and you therefore could proceed as per paragraph twelve of your contract entered into on Aug. 4, 1890, with said contractors. If you desire to do so the building could be completed in a very short time." Trustee Langhorne offered the following, which was adopted: Whereas, It has come to eir knowledge that the contractors on the high school building have made an assignment of all t'hei effects, and it appearing that they are in no condition to prosecute the work on the same, and Whereas, it is absolutely necessary, in justice to the district, that said building should be completed as soon as possible, and that the parties who have in good faith furnished Tabor and material therefor, be paid the amounts due them, and Wherea, It is the sense of this board that they have the right to proceed under the terms of the contraet4now therefore Resolved, That the trustees of this school distrit .proceed immediately, under the provisions of the twelfth subdivision of contract made and entered into on Aug. 4, 1810, and to that end call upon the archi teot to certify to this board whether the contractors have refused or neglected to supply a sufficiency of properly skilled work men, or of material of the proper quality, or have failed in any respect to prosecute the work with prompness and dispatch, or have failed in the performance of any of the agreements on their part of the said contract. S. F. Whalen, one of the contractors, called the board's attention to the fact that there was a'claase in the contract calling for arbitration on all matters in dispute. "I demand arbitration right here," he added. Trustee Miller stated that the arbitra tion clause referred only to differences in prices of extra work. "It is a question of law and justice," ex claimea Contractor Whalen. "We have some rights in the matter, and we'll fight this thing step by step to a finish." Trustee Lrnghorne was in favor of "tak ing the baull by the horns" and settling the thing by going ahead with the work. If they were wrong in doing so, the contract ors could stop them by injunction. "I protest against it," exclaimed Con tractor Whalen. "If this is a put up job to get the building away from the contract ore-" Trustee Lookey interrupted with a pro test againt any such imputation on the board. The trustees had had the advice of the county attorney, and he favored going ahead and acting on that advice. Contractor Whalen started to say some thing more, but Trustee Gans stopped him with the remark, "Oh, you make me tired," and that ended it. Architect Paulsen was directed to go ahead in the way provided in the contract to ascertain if the contractors were doing their work, and to notify the board of ficially. The clerk was instructed to' prepare proper notices for the coming election for school trustees. The terms of Trustees Gil patrick and Gans are about expired and Trustee Lookey wants to resign. Ladies' fast black cotton hose 20c, 90c and s50c, worth double at Butclher &d; Bradley's, 105 Broad way. The E.nterpriso meat chopper at The Bee Hive' The beet machine made. tEvery one warranted. IT WAS PERHAP. JUSTIFIED. An Old Revival Hymn Leads to an Assault. W. J. Spencer, colored, was before Judge' Sanders yesterday to answer the charge of assaulting William Irvin, also colored, with a knife, with intent to inflict bodily injury, "no considerable provocation appearing and the circumstances showing an aban doned and malignant heart." The assault occurred in a saloon which bease the name "Do drop in," It waU in evidence that Ir. yin was singing an old-time Missouri re vival hymn which lnn like this: Tell Mitry end Martha, Janes and John. I have a leaven in tee promised ladt., And tell my riicilplec that I have ar:si-': I have a Iheveen in the promised lan:l. Swing low, sweat chariot, ('one for to carry mle lhunle. Spencer objected to the hymn or to the voice in which it was rendered. He told Irvin to shut up and give the chariot horses a rest. Irvin was feeling like singing, how. ever, and kept right at it. Spencer made a slash at the singer with a knife, but as Ir vin got a chair in front of him, the only damage done was a cut in his coat sleeve. Judge Sanders had Irvin sing the hymn in court, and then took the case under con sideratiou. He will dismiss the more ortious charge it Spencer will plead guilty to simple assault. Just received, ia carload Cullllre's illn proved "Alabatlneo." H1. M. I'lachell S ]o. The lien hIve o oer. more bargain. than any house in the city. (Cll anrd tee their speclialltes. GREAT NORTHIIERN EXPRESS. It Will Begin Hlnelnoes in This 8ectlon June I. At a meeting of the directols of the Great Northern Express comopany hold in St. Paul a week ago, Jas. J. Hill was eleoted president, W. J. Foter vice president and general manacer, and Edward Saweer sec retary and treaonsurer. The American Ex press company is now operating over the Great Northern in Montane, North DIukota and Minnesota, but Juno I it will be euoler ceded by the Great, Northern exprels. It is the intention of the now compatny to ro. tnin the so vices of nill the American em ployee who carn to join the new company. '1 he newline will have a through eastern service to the Atlantic. Go to the special R.li of tIntio' mualln nuder wear at The lie,) llve to-morrow. To Contractors. Notice Is hereby givein that bide will be received by the undersigned until Tuesday noon, March 8, 1812, at the ofice of the building Inspector of the city of Helenc , in room 86, Pittsburgh block, for the erection and completion of a free public library for the city of Helena. Plnts arnd sp'oillcn tions can be inspected at said olioce. This notice is given pursuant to resolnrion of the council of said city, adopted March 1, 18112. Said bide honuld be sealed and ioarked "proposals for library." 'Tle city reserves the right to reject any and all bids. A. H antn-y. IlHnEbAN iEtNiC, A. H. WIalla, Committee on public buildings, TIIH AUDITORIUM (IROUND,. Discnlosing the Details of the Lease at the OIty Council. The alty connell held a Ipeolal meeting last night, to take satio, on the propped leasecof around by the schoOl ,ttttees for auditorium purposRo. Aldttrmann Morris, bahpinan of the Judilitrlt ommnlet', said he we sorr.y to an5lphoo.l ttnt the lease was not yet drawn. 'liS' 6dticll' gommit too had met onlyt two of theiaehool trstees and prepared in ottllne '0, the plnn of oease, tT'he aphol board'*! ouriilsi, aiunty Attorney Nso aln. .id' the dity nttorney, A. J. Craven, were to draw it up, but no to a Into Iour no lease .had been presented to Mr. Craven. Alderman Morris iresented the formr of lesre as practically agoeed on. It it the sarme as handed inl on Tuesday night "last, with two mni'bdldations. Ond wha that the .ohool trustees hould koeep in repair the quarters they oonupied permanently. 'J'he other was that the time allows I the city to rebuild in ease the auditorium were dle strayed by ire, . was ethended from one year to twO yerae. There wan another pro vision, Alderman Morris said, which the committee wanted changed, but the school trusteos seemed to think it was as bhroad as it was long. It was the clause declaring that all neot revenues should go to the pub lio library. He thought it should go to the city, whlch had to keep up the rublic li brary. Alderman Failer thought so, too, and besides did not think anything siould be said about "net" revenue. If the city was to own the building it should get all the revenue. The council all thought the same way, ard struck out the net revenue clause. Alderman Welber suggested some changes in the clause allowing the school board to buy the building from the city at any time. Ie suggested that they be re quired to give the city a year's notice, and that the board should only have the right of purchase after Jan. 1, 1905. The council adopted the saggestlon, along with one made by the mayor providing for a board of ap praisers to settle the cost of the building In case the school district wanted to buy it. T'hese changes, it was thought, would meet with the approval of the echaool board. The street commissioner was ordered to go to work at once excavating for the foundation of the building. It was also de oided to have a level floor instead of an in olined one. eHeminway knitting silk, embroidery silks, sewing silks, etc., atl 'ire Bee Hive. Boys will buy their marbles at The Bee Iive, where a full assortment can be found. PERSONAL. C. C. Davidson, of Batte, is in the city. J. 0. Gregg, of Great Falls, is in the city. T. Roble, of Choteau, is a visitor in Hel J. R. Marks, of Townsend, is a visitor in the city. Donald Bradford has returned from St. Louis, Mp. George W. Irvine, of Butte, is registered at The Helena. W. H. Rich, of St. Louis, is registered at the Grand Central. Charles Young, of Castle is stopping at the Gland Central. W. D. Dodds and wife, of Granite, are stopping at The Helena. C. E. Mooney, of Deer Lodge, is regis tered at the New Merchants. Thos. Goff. accompanied by Mrs. Goff, returned from the east yesterday. Mrs. C. A. Martin went to Terre Haute, Ind., yesterday via the Great Northern. W. R. Ballard, for St. Paul, was among the departures over the Union Pacific yes terday. J. F. Stocketetter, of Great Falls, form erly of Helena, is spending a few days in the capital. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Anderson, of White Balphur Springs, is visiting R, H. MoGin niss and wife. The following passengers will arrive-to day by the (reat Northern: Mrs. John Kelly, C. W. Winter, A. K. Prescott, W. Hanmmel. H. Loble, of the New York Dry Goode store, who went to New York on business about six weeks ago, is down with erysipe las in Gotham. Mrs. Loble is with him, and they will staft for Helena as soon as he recovers. W. M. Seeokings, for Vancouve'., B. C.; E. Sharpe, for St. Paulnt; James R. Nesbitt, for Duluth; W. D. Benson and wife, for Chicago; Mrs. C. G. Curtin and Miss Grace Curtin, for Washington, were among the departures over the Northern Pacific yesterday. E. C. Clement, postoffico inspector, has returned from Deadwood, S. D., where he worked up the cases against the Chinamen who were running a lottery. The accused all plead guilty and were fined $100 each. While in Deadwood the inspector took a $2 chance in a $300 diamond ring that was raffled off, and won it. Miss Gertrude Swiggett. daughter of Capt. S. A. Swiggett, register of the land office, has been studying elocution and oratory at the Martyn school in Washing-. ton, D. C.. during the past winter, and will graduato in Jane. From reports received Miss Swiggett is making a most successful elocutionist, and after she graduates will take to the stage for a calling. She has many friends in Helena and other parts of Montana who will watch her career on the stage with interest. Arrianis at The Ialana David Galvin, New E. J. Anderson, city. surK. W. 1V . I1)odo arndt wife. Frank Ecribner. New Granite. York. WV. Ir. Hull and wife, J. U. teanrders, city. ('hicago,. IF. . Jon, city. J. .. Jackeoa, hansas Felix hririe', Now ('ty. hark. John L. Cuaeningham, E. N. Stickney, 'ow lneston. Yor:r. F1. J. Cramn, St. tral. W. M. lMrhalghan. city. W. D. Ellswortbh, De (Charles Ilowell, rit- Moinos mnIrck. Th.. Hlanlon, city. Johin IV. ('totter, liutto. ItoumanL Ottenber, hcua. W. irv;ne, lttic. New hork. 1C. 1 i... aviittt. nunt. nir e.. At. Davidson, J. (. . tiregi. (.r 'at liUItO . Falls. uW. E;. Moore, Philipa ('. I. Liver, ( iabth., burg. .trrivals ait the Grand Central. Jamoes Smith city. J. 'T. lockstetteor. Great D F. Lrid o , Sp',- latlh. ka .e ('. K. tiuhnell. city. T'. HL. Hathaway. hli1. i'. J. illinohuo, a llir ROUia. ton. J.'1'. tie itrPrseu, to l Lntd Lon t.owal, \Vllite ul. Vi. i. i ik, Sit. ouriy. Aihen l imerly, AuOr. 1.. ' I,, vle. (t','a h . Mit'r. J. I', I.ol sle. I. S t,. evute. true lto. Mosan ; . Iliht, tan-on \IV. Ilodge. Marysvile. i'elit . t', It. luirls.ye. A'iOl. ". itabl e, I htnteau. (. It . i itnaiun, N. V. i1. It. i'tltting, Mlary:i- T.. Cantisla villa. A. i. u.te ell. T'Fston. W. '. 'ioritey, Town- i has. young. lIa.bt,. atInd. ', Iit. I'hilbtick, I'. J. iolly, city. uiia leOOan Falls. J. hi. .arks, Town- IF.M. roo. 'rtor. aeyoi seNt'i. Creek Ttnhoae sIcyws, Iolthldur. J. Ai. Page. Twin Fertien l rtbiot. Italis- I;Prid.,s. toel. F;rld c-. Waller, lian Jueos (tiourle,. cilty. eae Pity. A Jhau.ou,. Iilcsiburg. 'Ile Now MerIltants, Operatod by the Merohant-4 Hotol com. pany, now ,egs to nluonuncO that its rooms aro open for the roeontion of guents. Io(os , vi wii bI olffe od to transiont gnuents at $1.2lipea day (pailor floor), $1 per day (third 1 loo:), 75 cent-i per day (fonrth floor). Extra for more than: one ocou,)ant. IRoorou to permanent guesti at less rates. All modern improvements; steam tbeat, electrio light, return eleotli call bell system, and ounnhine in every guestb hambe. Ilrnesols and velvet carpats used exclusivoly throughont the hounn. O(ille, elegant bar and billiard roomu, cigar stand and palatial barber shop on first foor. DININO RcOM ItROPENrD,. 'Ihe dinine room in thi4 hotsel has been leased to and is now operated separately by the Mlisses Nagle, who are prepared to fu nie board at $8 for tielets good for twenty one meale, o7 for twenty-one continuons meals, tO conts for sinulo meals. I.eeomotlve Firremen's Stall. 'tho first annual ball of Mount Holona lodge, No. 428, Brotherhood of Locomotivo Firemon, will be given March 17, at Elo Srio hall. Musia by Helena Elite orchestra. nupuer will be served on the flrt floor by L. A. Hanson. 'l'ickets $1.50. RECORD OF THE COURTS The Palmer Main Street Contract Case Taken Up on Appeal. To Determine the Many Points in the Granite Blook Lien Suit. A London Fire Insurance Assoclation Fightnog a Miles ilty Claim for Damnages. An appeal was filed yesterday in the un. prems court by HI. U. Palmer in hie paving contract case against I. L. Israel, Le Itoy Beveridge, L. Aue bacoh and William e,.es. Palmer applied to Judge Buck last aecem ber for an injunction against the parties named to prevent them from laying curb ing and paving in front of their lots on Main street. A temporary restraining or der was idsned and on Dec. 22 the dtkfend ants made a motion to dissolve the injunc tion, which was sustained by Judge Beck. Palmer basis his action on his contrrrct with the city of Helena to pave Main st:eet from the south side of Cutler street to the north side of Helena avenue. Under his contract he has until Nov. 30, 1892, in which to finish the work. Miles CUly Insurance. The Fire Insurance association of London is the respondent in a case in the supreme court in which Eva Styles Wright of Miles City, is the appellant. She sued the company in the district court at Miles City to recover on an insurance pol icy issued to her husband. The policy was issued on Jan. 27, 1887, for $1,500 on per sonal property. The amount of premium paid was $105. On Feb. 23, 1887. the prop erty was destroyed by fire. Proofs were made to the company of the loss, but it re famed to make the loss good, In its de fense the company said it was agreed that the property should not be mortgaged at any time without first obtaining the con sent of the company in writing. The com pany also alleged that the property was mortgaged to D. B. Fiske & Co. A jury gave a verdiet for the insurance compiany. Granite Block Lien. The lawyers in the Wortman-Klein schmidt case have been making arguments before the supreme court for the past two days. The case grows out of a lien filed by D. P. Wortman on the Granite block on Main street for $10,000, on account of labor and material furnished in the construction of the building. The case involves a great many fine law points, and the decision of the supreme court is being anxiously awaited by contractors and builders throughout the state. District Court Business. A. S. Igon vs. Butte and Montan Com mercial company. Plaintiff has thirty days in which to prepare bill of exceptions. Peter Wilson vs. Thos. A. Lightbody et al. Fifteen days in which to file answer. Lockey vs. Walker. Defendant has ten days in which to answer after decision by supreme court. W. H. Woods & Co. vs. Albert Klein schmidt. Continued until March 8. Binzel vs. Kleisechmidt. Stay of pro Oeedings for twenty days. Buy Fels & (Co.'s transperent. glycerine soap, the best in the market, onmy, 25c Ierr boat tTh.o liee Hive. The celebrat-d Jackson Corset waist in black and colors at Butchlr & bLradley's, 105 Broadway. INDIAN CURIOSITIES. Col. W. F. WVheeler Has Some New Things to SChow His Visitors. Librarian Wheeler, of the historical so oiety, was in one of his best moods yester day. The day before he received a big box of Indian corios, and yesterday morning early he had them unpacked and was show ing them to callers. lhbe consignment came from R. A. Allen, agent at the Black feet reserve from 1884 to 1886. He sends them to the historical society with the un derstanding that they are to be subject to iis order, unless the state sees fit to pur chase them. It is the most complete col lection in the library and is well worth an inspection. The curios were collected from the Blackfeet, Bloods and Piogans. Among them is a lot of finery Worn by the squaws, consistink of unique jewlry, dress orna ments, handsome moccasins. etc. There is also a handsome war bonnet, a shield made of buffalo hide, bells made of deer claws, an Indian Rambliug outrt. a pipe of peace said to be a great rinny hundred years old, council and medicine pitos, a mater, safe made of leather and benauti fully beaded. and a little sack of war ainlt. The children will be entertained in a min iature buck and squaw and a little pap poose. Go to The olie Hive for bird cager. Full line Just recciveod. In transit, a carload timlllthy, red jtop, and other grass seeds. H. ii. I'arlhen & Co. Us,, Caution. Before buving your spring suit call at room 10, ''holumson block, opposite tre Grand Central hotel end inspect tIll samn ples James W. Barker has on display. Thu very latest novellits in the high grades of foreign countries; the largest assortment, most elegzant oltects and qualities at the lowest prices ever offered in this city. Never before has it been his good fortune to possess the opportunil,y to plearse th., publio in excellence of cut or workman:lship. ioneember clothing is quoted at the popular osteorn p lioes. 'Ihe garmrtrits already rrr oeived are exciting the admiration of all those who hayv seen thornm. 10e a l:adr'., .ot in your ordor and wear one of his ad valrce styles in spring overcoats. business or dress suits. ties Marvy- I'. ,*IsIUuls nives prnIvet,'l lessollns In ,,eorh.,ad. lRom i/n, Itality blolck. Call ot ulill ro- teclans. Samuntl e Iihvls' N!, nial. INYES't'M'r.NT STO'ttS. 400-700 IHelena & V\ictor. An excelloent in vestmont. 10.) and 325 Iald IHutto. (Dividend payer.) 1,000-l,i)) tlon Mountain in lots (divi detd llayers), IUty now. 1,000 (Gold. ISiivo., 'l'tinum and T'llu rinmn. Cheap if sold this wolik. 901) Yellowstoon. A uoond thincg o buy. 2,U00-5,000 (ousuberland (uCast)., Th'bis stock has the call. 1.00 l'oourinn (hounr d'Alone). 'Ihia stock is octtivye Iw. Thero is not a stock in thin list that is not a purchase. Holders Imust haivl rnol.u\v. 1.o1o11s 2(; alnd 57, IDailov blook. You oai buly tIweanty-ftar shoosti of shelf uitpor, niy co or. 'for livo eonts at 'hlu Ilci livo. Sntlinlty its Hi Ilcnxpliornr, Edison as an inventor, Miss Flora A. Jones its the disonverer of the fatouns illush of Itoses for the complexion, nar nanlll that will be handed down as betlfactors of the race to all recordod time. ILlisa Julia £. Lawrdenlo, room l, l)ensvor blihok, Irotnld way, loleneh, Mont., conmes in for her shlare (of the profits) is Rsho ilways keeps a big supply on hand, and slls it for 75 conts pier bottle. Th'l'he Swntleih Drallstii.l Ilociety will give n performance of "Hitteburnoet" and a grand ball at ''urnlr hall on Saturday, March 5. Everybody in. vited. A FEAST Awaits the bargain lovers of Helena this week in the way of GLOAJS, DJRESS QOODS, MUSLIN UNDERWE/AR, All kinds of underwear, fans and parasols, gloves, corsets, hos iery, ruchings, laces, ribbons, braid trimmings. EVERYTHING In this stock is offered at prices to force them out. Don't delay but come and get your share of the splendid bar gains. C. R. Stevenson, ASSIGNEE BRUNELL & CO. THE COLUMBIAN SOCIETY OF TlHE UNITED STATES The only society or institution that is legiti mate in its o.erings to Furnish trandportation and hotel facilit ' s to the World's Fair. For a perociiod hum, d peon ing on the rate of fare to Chicago to be Iaid in weekly or mtnthly inxtallments, thoe Society will furnish anyr r eputable person of either sex. who has signe an application for memhership and paid the eomblrship fee of five dollars, with i First--iret classr railway translortat.ion to Chicago and return. Seoond--Transfer in Chicago for self and i nsual allowance of baggage. from station to hotel and return, Third--Seven days' hotel acoommodations in Chicago. F'ourth--Six admission tickets to the Colmn bian EXpoOsition. Fifth-Dinnor at a restaurant on the Exposi tion gronunds for six days. Sixth--An accident insurance ticket in a re liable company for fifteen days from dlate of de parture for Chicago, paying $8.000 in csee of death by accident or 1ik per week in case of in'ury. Seventh-'the free use of the Society's henad tlearrers ann Bureau of information while in Chicago. Eighth--A copy of each issue of the Official Journal of tirehoctoty. For tie convenience of members in making their paylments, local clubs will be organized, a meamber of which will lr appointed Local Sec retary with authority to collect tihe same. JOHN J. ROHRBAUGH, GENERAL AGENT OR MONTANA. .. . . . . . .. . . .. . . . .. . . ... . . .. . . ... . . . . . I SAPPHIRES FOR SALE AT A IBARGAIN. 4,000 -Cartts MnlaEna Sapplhirs-4,000 A rare chance for any person wishing to procure these beautiful gems. On exhibition at the office of D. A. Richardson, Mining Broker, Granite Block. GEm. I. ILL. 'WALTER T'(NG. HILL & KING HIave a fine lot of DRY' YELLOW PINE WOOD For sale ch u al iI tny quantity. Also sawedl anti saplit woiod oi 11]il0 . I rThoro aolicityd. F. L. Wright. agent, roumt 1 Uniley Block. ITel ephone No. 2i8. MONITANA UNIVERSITI UNIVERSITY PLACE, NEAR HELENA COURSE OF 1NSTRUCTION: 1, Coi!eoe. 2, Collcge Proparat.o:y. 3, u13utuness. 4, Normal. ;i, Music. 6, Art. Also InsLtruc tolln n1 Co.n mon Branches. AIBLE INS't1UC'TIttN. L:LEGA\T hU!iDING. iend flor I 'llltlo lltt u to the l'Piosildcnt. F. P1. TOV 11, IA. A fA.. 1). 1i). ...........,... .. Werut a ltu kiin a Spocialty OF CUTTING I mO TIn SAPPHIRES.I SD. DESOLA. MENI)FS & CO. S('uttern of Dre nm.n nntl uI'roelous ta no I b and J:; Mlda!on o: La t , Now York. ....... ..NN ...............H..... M2ONEY TO AN. 1 have tsoino 10 per ccnt. mon. lor unilproved s:;courit.y. \V. 1i. :ltlCIlAi i )IS. ** PATENTS. United States and Foreign Pat. ents obtained and any inlornlaLion given. EDWARD C. RUSSELL, Attornoy at Law,. Pittsburgh B1?ck. Helena, Mont T. C. POWER & CO., i--JOWURIU AND D3ALRsa IN-* MINING AND FARM 1iA llINERY. Steam Boilers, Pumps and Hoists, Wire hIoisting Rope, etc. Quartz, Lumber and Farm Wagons, Fence Wire, Wind Mids and Pumps. Deere Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, and Disk Har rows, all styles and sizes. The "Old Reliablc" Schuttler and "Bone Dry" RUSHFORD FARM, OUARTl AND LOGGING WAGONS, Hlondquarters for Grass and Veletable Seeds of every descrlptio,. i SEND FOR CATALOGUES AND PRICE LISTS. DONOGHIUE & M'CARTIIY, Plumbers and Gas Fitters Sanitary Work a Specialty, Jobbing Promptly Attended to. TELEPHONE NO. 89 ------- -- " NO. 34 PARK AVENUE MONEY TO LOAN. On Satisfactory Security at Reasonable Rates, We do not loan at 6 per cent., but We do not dictate where your in. we do not charge any commis- surance shall be placed. sions. We do not charge interest untP Io delay in closing loans. we advance the money,. Jarvis-Conklin Mortgage Trust Co. You Must Rely on the Brand WHEN BUYING FLOUR. There is no other way to be sure of getting' the best. There are many imitations of Minnesota Flour for sale. You can obtain the genuine article by ordering your grocer to send you WASHBURN-CROSBY CO.'S "BEST" FLOUR. Made in the Washburn Mills, Minneapolis, the largest and most perfectly equipped flour mills in the world. FOR SALE BY M. Reinil and The Kepner & Schmit Mercantile Co. CLOTHINQ Cheaper Than Ever. --A--A FINE STOCK OF- Clothing, Gents' Funishing Goods and Notions At Prices that Will Astonish You. CA.LL .AT TI1E HARRIS BROS.' STORE. Moses Morris, Assignee. FOWLES' CASH STORE Ladies line muslin night dresses, trimmed embroidery 85c. A special line for this week. Extra fine line ladies' night dresses, trimmed embroidery, from $r.oo to $1.65, Ladies' night dresses trimmed with Valenciennes lace, $1.85. We are also showing this week a large assortment of ladies' plain white and fancy aprons in large sizes, froni 35 cents to $2.25. FOWLES' CASH STORE The Leading Millinery, Notions and Fancy Dry Goods House in the Oity. We Close at 6 P. WMI. H~xoepbt 8&atbxdag'