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i says Mouselaeanoy. .laer irnl he ardial at the eming a coea-l el heer eIbwe that J ,desOteiblr m Lha o Cape Cod and . will not retrn till 1st1 of the month. P, Alg. 1,2.-While eight miners werei lng a pit at Rlesemoe's a sable at .h to the cage broke and all were aehed to the batteen and killed. Nlw Yon, Aug. 12.-A sable has been aived s.ating that the Italian vessel ariglano sailed to-day from Genoa tfr York1 errylnu a monument to Chris. e olumbus, SZWADu, Nab., Aug. 12.-Tha independ toof the fourth district to-day nomma -. . HI. Deah, of Paunders ooupty, for grels. Dooh was on the alliance tioket or lieutesantgovseror two years ago. Loor LAns, N. Y., Aug. 12,-It was vir tally decided to-night that President liar ipon would leave Loon Lake about Sep ember, but it publio business will permit a may remats a weak or ten days longer. COwrcAo, Aug. 12.-Hugh Riddle, oshar an of the ezeentive committee of the hicago, Rook Island A Paciflo railroad, -d -residt of that oof rporatl.on, led sat night in this city of heart diseasa, ed 70. WAsnmroTow, Aug. 12.-Solicitor General Aldrich, of the department of Justes, is preparing an opinion in regard to the ap plication of the eigýt-hour law passed by the last session to the publio servie and public porks and contraets. WAenoTorr, Aug. 12.-Sesator Allison and Senator Jones, of Nevada. have flr mally nolfled the seeretary of Mate of their acceptance of appointmeait as del egates on the part of the United States to the internatienal monetary conference. LoNDno, Aug. 12.-The fight between the lightweights Tommy Easton, of Leyto. stone, and George Stroma, of Denver, bet ter known as the 'Oyclone," took place to night. The flght was short and sharp, Ens. ton knoeking Strong out in four rounds. GnaBnunao, Ind.. Aug. 12.-Two brothers, William and Samuel Littell, got into a quarrel over $1.80, which William owed the wife of Samuel for washing. William drew a knife and stabbed Bamuel in the side, killing him. I he surviving brother was ar rrtol.d, BAN FANoeiso, Aug. 12.-Presideat Lloyd Lewis, of the Wells Fargo Express company, at the annual meeting, tendered his resignation and Manager Valentine was elected to sneceed him. A new board of directers and other ofiaers were also ohosen. RoNDovUr, N. Y., Aug. 12.-A daughter of Bitting Bull and Peter Markle, formerly of the United States army, were married here yesterday. Markle served with Custer for a long while, and it is reported that the bride once saved his life when he was at tacked by Indians. OmoAoo, Aug. 12.-The commissioner of interval revenue has decided that the vari ons bi-chloride of gold institutes in the eountry must take out a government retail liquor license, involving an annual tai of $21. All institutes have submitted to the ruling, including the original one at Dwight. CHCAOo, Aug. 12.-Advises from Ban Francisco indicate that the Boathern Pa cific has determined to make the proposed 80 per cent reduction in rates on canned goods, wines and other commodities from the Pacific coast to New York, even if the commissioners of the Western Trafle asso eiation decline to authorize the action. CaucAoo. Aug. 12.-Johnny Van Heest is at Ashland, WVis., and will not go to Cali fornia to fight Bol bmith, as reported. George R. Clark, his backer, will be pres eant at the Dixon-Bkelly ring side and chal lenge the winner of that fight on behalf of Van IIeest. Clark expects Dixon to win and will back Van seast for $2,500 against the champion. CAAnMICIAIILS, Pa., Aug. 12.-Thomas Mor gan fatally shot his father and sister yes terday afternoon. The father, John Mor gan, was about to be remarried and his son protested. The father was obdqrate, when the son drew a revolver and fired. Instead of striking his father the ball struck his sisater Callie, inflicting a probably fatal wound. The father fled, but the son fol lowed to a vacant house, where he shot him six times. The son is at large. TERUm HAUTE, Ind., Aug. 12.-Abraham Conrad, who was elected marshal of Eugene when the town was incorporated, less than a month ago, was stabbed to death last night while asserting hit authority for the first time. He was trying to quiet James Campbell, a farmer, and Joe Farrell. who were making a disturbance, when Campbell made a murderous slash with a knife, the wound extending from ear to pit of the stomach. Conrad died in less than a minute. NEW OLsANS., La., Aug. 12.-The strict enforcement of the anti-lottery law and consequent exclusion of lottery matter from the mails has reduced the revenues of the postofoce $103,(00 per annum. Last month the receipts from money orders, postal notes, etc., fell materially below the amount of salaries in the department. The result has been that Postmaster Eaton has re ceived instructions from the postmaster general to reduce the salaries of all elerks on that division. WAco, Texas, Aug. 12.-The committee of the national prohibition party reached Waeo yesterday, and last night in the pres ence of more than a thousand people for mal notification was made. Hon. Ueo. C. Christi rn, of Arkansas, delivered the ad dress of notification. The address of ac ceptance by Drr Cranfill was characteristic. It was eloquent, full of humor. The doc tor predicted the ultimate sueoess of the party nationally and in all states. After the notification ceremosies were over a rat ification meeting was held, and Judge E. C. Heath, of Rockwell, delivered a lengthy address. New Yonr. Aug. 12.-President Harrison. onless the present programme should be change, will come to this city on hie trip from Loon Lake and be given a great re ception. The date of his coming has not been fixed, but it will be some time during the first week of beptember. Probably he will remain two or three days in town. As to the details of the reception, nothing has as yet been definitely arranged. It will probably assume the proportions of a great mass meeting In Madison Square garden. Chairman Brookfield, of the republican state sommittee, is now in the Adirondacks and has seen the president. BausseLS, Aug. 12.--'he Independence Beige says twenty agents of the Katenga company have been killed or captured by the Arabs on the upper Congo. The steamer Beernaert, which was taking goods up the river, was seized and the factories were razed. Whole tribes on the western bank are in insurrection. The Arabs northwest of Nyangwe have gone down Lualaba river and captured the station at lIobarlba, killing the whites employed there. The stations on the upper i.omassi have also been destroyed. The Arabs at Stanley Falls and Ieangi, hitherto loyal, are show ing hostility. Congo state authorities are sending reinforcements. INDiANAPOLis, Aug. 12.-Henry Vincent, editor of the Non-Conformist, speaking of the telegram from St. Louts stating that Judge Oresham would take the stump inl the interests of the people's narty said he was not surtrised, as last July Judge Oresham gave the members of the commit tee that waited on him to induoe him to acceoopt the nomination assurances that he would make several speeches before the campaign closed. Vincent believes Judge Greskam will make r,,OO votes for tihr people's party in Indiana. The republi cans profess not to believe the dispatch, and point to the fast that Judge Grysham, when right in line with the republlfan party, refused to make speeches on the g ound that unch a course would be un becoming In a man on the federal bench, Good Looks. Good looks are more than skit deep, de pending upon a healthy condition of all the vital organs. If the liver be insative, you have a bilious look; if your stomach be dis ordered you have a dyspeptic look, and if vour kidneys be affectedyea havea pinoned look. Lecure good health and you will have good looks. Electric t bitRe is the great aIterative and toeItl ete dlreetly on t ele vilt a, UalCos p5m15e bCcle ~I. Au. I :bhile system will sellround trip tiokeit, Helens to Pael$e ..eas poinlat, im. ited ,eixlty dami Oin with privilege of SSan , fag via lgdlen, o-re to.rpltg v sn e roote, $76. To i)t Franeloelo, ing vin Ogdena, se rt rlOg l Portland, and vise v bs $90.e ' Sn Frs.ueo, glolnge vi PortlIPa, an rehtrn'niavie srme route, $7. T. o Angleas, gelnyvin Olden and .ee ramente ead r eturning vi an Frasolseo a1d Oadea, and vice Verss, To Loa Angeles, going via Ogden and Sea Fran .cio, and returnlng vi Ba YFraolseo and Ogden,- $0. To Los Angeles, oing via Portland and returanin via laeraments, or vine versn, 19.10. Tickets will also be on sale the 15th to( 8alt Lake and return, fare $80, limited to tea days going, fnal limit sixty days. Rtemember the Union Placific i the south ern rente atd makes several hours qaieker time to Ban Francisco than any other line. Through aleeping ear reservations and farther information can be had by calling on or addressing 28 North lain street, Helena. H. O. Wuaow, Freight sad Pnssenger Agent. Excr.alea Rates te Callternat On the 15th ef each month the Northern Pacile railroad will sell round trip tickets to (ialiferni points as follows: Helena to San Franoisco and return, go In via Portland and returning same way. To Ban Francisco, going via Portland and returning via Ogden and Silver Bow, p0. To Los Angeles, going and returning via Portland. entering San Franeisco in one direction either going or returning, $89. 'ITo Los Angeles, going via Portland and San Francisao and retunaing via Basra mento and Ogden, 199.50. Tiekets will be limited for sixty days for going passage, with return at any time within the final limit of six months. A. D. EouLn, Ge.. Agt., Helena, Mont. Cites. . Fra, G. P. & T. A., St. Paul. Minn. B5 00 Reward! We will pay the above rewaurd tor any ease et iver Complaint, )yspe.sle 8ick headache. In. igeetion, Constipato or (ostiveness we can Cot curs with West's Vegoetable Live- Pills, when the directions are strictly complied with. They are purely vegetable, and never fail to dive satis faction, Sugar Coated. Lrge boos, 5. cents. Deware of counterfeits ad imnitation. The sanwias seld by H. M. Parehen & Co,. elems. JFAPANESB I LL CUURRJ A new and Complete Treatmet, oosisting of dnpseeitbriee, Ointment in ( aprnles, also in Box and Pill.; a Positive Cure for External, In ternal, Blind or Bleeding, itching, (hronic, de cent or Hereditary Pile. and mnuy other die. ese and female weaknesses; it is always reat beneStto the sgeneral health. The firstdiscovery of a medical cure rendering an operation with the knife unneeeeary hereafter. This Remedy has never been known to fail. $1 .er box, t for :5" seat by maiL Why suffer from this terrible disease when a written Snuarantee is positively given with 5hbones, to. refund the money it not curoed. end stame far free sample. Guarantee issaed by H. M. Parehen A Co., druggists, sole esgnt. ]Ielens. Mont. TO)CKHOLDERB' MEET'IrNG -- THE AN Snal meeting of the stockholders of the Helena and Victor Mining company will be held at the office of tihe company, room 2, Holter block, in the city of felena, Mont., on Tluesday, the lith day of August. 1894 at 12 o'clock. non, for the election of trustees to mserve during the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting A. P. LOIItRG. Secretary. STOLKHOLDEltS MEETING--THE ANNUAL meeting of the stockholders of the Helena & Livingston Smelting & Reduction aom pany.wl be held at tthe office of the company in elena, Montana. on Monday. August 22. 189l, at 11 o'clock a m.,. for the purpose of electing a board of trustees for the ensuing year, and the transaction o such other business as maypreperly come before it. O. it. ALLBN. I)ated Aug. 11, 1892, Eecretary. OTIE TO CFREDITORS.--ESTATE OF Alonzo . Forbes, deceased. Not ice it hereby given by the undersigned, ad ministrator of the estate of Alonzo M. Forbes. deceased, to the creditors of ann ail persons karing claims against the said deceased, to ex hIbit them, with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the Firet publication of this no lice, to the said administrator at his office, rooms 2 and 4 Bailey building, in the city of Helena, the sanme being the place for the trane action of the business of said estate ipt the county of Lewis and Clarke. I,. A, UKE. , Administrator of the estate of Alonzo M. orbno deceased. 'Dated Helens, Mont., July 14. 182. 5N1rCE OF DRUM LUIMMON MINING Company, Room 218 Power building, Iel ena, Montana-Lucation of works, Marysville, Montaa . Notice is hereby given that at a meet iex of the trustees of said company held on the eith day d July. 182, an amsessoent of two (2) cents per shsre was levied uoen the capital stock of said eompay. payable one-half in thirty days and one-half in ixte days from the 25th day of July. 1u92, to William Mtth, treasurer of said company, at its office, room 211 Power btilding, in the city of Helena, Montana. Any stock Lpon which said asasesment shall remain npaid on the 28d day of September, 1892, shall be deemed delimgnset and will be duly advertised for sale at public auntion; and unless payment shall be made before, will be sold on the 10t dae of Octiber, 182t, to amy the delinquent satessment, totethbr with the casts of advertleing and expenses of ale. TM 1 0. SHBED, Secretary. Locationu of ites, Boom 211 Power building, Helena, ientana. Dated at Ielena. Montana. July 25. 1892. ALIAS SUMMONS-IN THE DISTRICT court of the First Judicial district of the state of Montana, in and for the county of Lewisand Clarke, lejnrtment No. I. ,oaKuciU , avtolo, planttif, vs. Charles It. War nec. dletenda:rt The state of Montana sends greeting to the abluove naued dtofendant: You are hereby required to appear in an action broought gainst you by the above named plaintiff in the district court of the First judicial district of the statets of Montana, in and for tihe county of Lewis and Clarke. and to answer the complaint Sled thereinwlithin ten days (exclnuive or the day of service) after the service o c you of thlis sum moun, if' served within tils county: or. if served out of this county, but within this district, within twenty days, otlherwise within forty days, or ojudgment by default will beo taken againstyou according to the prayer of said complaint. 'lbhe said action is brought to obtain ado tree of this court dissolving theis bonds of mat rimouy existing between yourself and this plain tiff ul.,u the grounds of wiiful desertion of this plaintili. Anti you are hereby notilied that if you fail to appear and en-wer the said compluint, is above required. tic said plaintiff will applly to the court for the relict clemaledl in said complaint. tiven under miy hanci and tlhe seat of tihe dis trict court of thie irst judicial district of tie stale of Montana, in and fr thu -"--'-- county of lowis and lacrku. Seal First this bth dayt oAcugust, in ithe JIud Dist. 1 yoar of our lcord oue thoutiand ('Dort. J eight hundredl and ninuty-twuv ----- ... JtIN BIEAN, ('lerk. Ity It It. It. TII'sMNc. Itt,-uty 'lork. TIOs .1 I A(t' )Iu ttx lorney for I'laiotil. J. L. SMITH, Freight and Transfer Line IIELENA, MONTANA. All kinds of merohbndiso and otheb ftrelgbl including ores, promptly trsnsterred from the depot. trlro wtill receive prumpt attentle d atic, et J. Pfe;dl+ell' srt.re and at the de'.I s CONSUMPTION. .Ihaoeapnsltismmreodfethsabovedlsesst: bitl me thoausand of ases of the worest kind and of oug standing hare ben cured. Indeed setrong lrs my fait bl iafiese.y that I will sed Two nOTTLa5 saitU,with aVALiLitBLETRRIATISII on thcs diseasse ysuf-. /gorwhowtillud meatheirl-npreosad P.O, addusles. e A. Mloeamu M. C.. 191 Peaur Mt.. N. e I tLYON & HALY fluWow ef Sned I.5ua.a " a, Ualwrte l g lslspmea 100 _. _ Uisdata1b bes .s 5 'Coing to Montana." DA, AiarlIBALD I, WTODDa T, uan ran. soeo'. oldest end most uneoeeenl peoialist, ealor phyislau of the frm of Dr. Ldebbl Ca., ale president of the Lisbig World Dispeeatry, of Reases Olty, Mifsonri, and Ian Iranolso, lalltornle, the largest combined and iloorpor ated medical and anrgieal institution in the United States, will personally isit the following plaoes on the dates named: MARYSVILLE, AUG. 31, 1892. HELENA, SEPT. 1 UNTIL 4, FOUR days only, offices at Merchants Hotel. This will be a rare opportunity for the citizens of Montana to meet and have a free consultation with the greatest chronic disease surgeon and physliean of our great cities, right here in Mon tana. The staff of the Liebig World Dispensary are said to be the most snucresful physicians and surgeons for the cnre of chronic, nervous, rivte. wasting and complicated diseases, on the P.iasie coast, The reputation, sucores, and reliability of Dr. Llebig & Co. are already too well known to the citien. of Montana, in the treatscent of diseases of men, to require mention in ths card. They have had an enormous prao tics In an Francisco for the paet twenty-five years, and were the first si ectaliste who ever visited Montana from ban Francisco. Allpersons suffering from dlseases of the Eye, Mr, Noss, Throat, Blood, Nervous System, from weaknes, loss of vitality and mauhood. chronio treables resulting from incompetent treatment or neglect. and private diuease, should callupon Dr. ttoddart at the placee and on the days aamed. Deformity ases requiring surgical braces and apparatus, or correct mdical and surgical treat ment. shouldavail thems.lvse of this chanoe to call upon the renowned surgeon. On ascoont of the enormons increase of prs tie all over the ceasts the time given to each place is limited, and persona desiring to see Dr. Stoddart. or do business with Dr. L ebig & Co.. of the Liebig World Dispensary, should call promptly on above dates. Thousands of testlmonials could be published of cures made all over the westerO country, but the standing and reputation of Drs. Stoddart, Liebig & Co. are too well known in Montana to require testimonsla. eoware of s,-called Physicians who nenally run in a few days ahead or after the dates given for the viit. of Dr. Liebit & Co. Wait until Dr. Stoddart arrives, and ao not lim persuaded to take treatment fromany one else. Should you fail to meet the Doctor, write full particulars of your case to the Liehig World D)ipsnsary, 8IFast Broadway, Butte City, Mont., or 400. teary Street. ban Francisco, California, and you will receive careful attention by corre spondence. Call early during office hours, as the office will be crowded in each place towards the end of the visit, ('onsultation and examination will be free, and all are welcome. EW SIOUX CITY ROUTE " 0 EA&ST. " e Passengers for the East from Helena and other western points will find the NEW ROUTE via SIOUX CITY and the ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. not only desirable as to time and equipment, but one of the most attractive, passing through Sioux Citg, the only Corn Place City of the world; Dubuque, the handsome Key City of Iowa;=, Rockford, Illinois, a new manufac. turing city, that has become a "world within itself," and Chicago, whose growth and enterprise is the wonder of the world. With elegant free Chair Cars, and. Pull man Palace Sleeping Cars on every train between Sioux City and Chi. cago, and with a close connection with the Union Pacific trains at Sioux City, the Illinois Central R. R respectfully presents its claims foe the new and every way desiraby SIOUX CITY ROUTE. For folders and further particu lars call upon local ticket agent, cq address the undersiqned at Man Chester, Iowa. J. F. MERRY, Ast. General Passenger Agent SRERIFF'S ~ALE-BT VIRTUE OF AN EXE cution in my hands, issued out of the dis trit court of the First Judicial distriot of the state of Montana. in and for the county of Lewis and Clarke. in the snit of 'lhe ,eorge F. tako Manufalctaring company, plaintiff, against (igeorge 1. Vsoolst.ou, defendant, duly atteslte the 85th 'day of June. A. D., 18v2. I :ave levied upon all the right, title and inlereet of the cnid George F. t, osl,.ton in and to the following doe acribed property, situated in Lewis and Clarke county, state of Montana. viz.: All that certan piees or parcel of land lying and b3ing in the county of lewis and Clarke, and state of Montanal described as follows, to wit: Beginntnga at point on the south section line of section thirteen (it), township ten (10) north of range four (4) west of the principal meridian of Montana, and four hundred and llirty-oue (411) feet east from the southwest corner of said section thirteen (11), thene running east along laid section line. south of said sectton thirteen (111), two hundred and forty (210) feet. thence north foor hundred and seventy-five (475) feet, thence west six hundred and sventy one (671) feet to the west line of Maid section thirsen 11), thence south along said section line two hunndros and forty (U24) feet. thence east four hundred and thIrty-one (481) feet. thence south two hundred aad thirty-fiva (885) feet to the place of beginning. Containing five It) acres more or lees. and being in section thirleen (Il), town shib ten (10) north of range four (4) west. Alsoloetsumr btreighteen (18i and nineteen (tIl Sin block number eig teen (18) of the original towneit. of the city of Helena and the east half of lot numbir twenty-two (22) in block nunmer thirty-three (1.) of the original townsite of the city of Hlelena together with all and singular tilh tenements, heresittanieats and appnrtenarces thoreonto be longing or to anywise alseorltaninig. Notien is hereby glven that on Thursday.the lth day of August A. 1). 1892. at the hoorr of 13 o'clock noon, o said day, at the front door of the court house, in the city of ielena, county and stats aforesMid, 1 will sell all the right, title and interest of the said ithiorgo I'. Woolton in and to tie said aliove described property,to the highest bidder forcasl in hand. (Given under my hand this, the 111th day of Jubly A. D. 1893. (CHARLES M. JIPERIllO. Slherif. e IfALpS (I. JoaNeso. Deputy Sheriff. ,LIAS S4UMMONS--IN TIIIE DISTIII('T S i couirt of the First jiudeill dlistrict of thi, slate of Montana, in and for the oýunty of Lewis and Chi'k:, it ,ls o snlt 'No. I. t'helete lBernard, plainliff, vs. Jean Iaptisto Bernard, denludaut. Tie state of Montana sends greeting to the sbove nsamedidelofendanst: too are hereby required to appear lnun noenll brotghllhlt egailt yllssby theah-lnoy, unmlel lnt ill in thsedistriot court of the First judioial dliy triot of ths state ,f Moutana, in lltd for tis estiyl ,f Lewisald Clarie, and to answesr tho enllllaint tiled tlherein, witlhin to, dshiss xisxrlieivo of thoe lay of asrvi-e) ifoer Ii,, lrvic'e o1t you osf ll ls lttoi,ne. if served within thiss cOullt:t sor, if slrvsl out of (i lsi nlosnty, hiut willthiu this dietrict,within twoenty days; ot horwiao, within forty days. or ltaudgmeut by diorullt will li taken against y-s,. .ciersiug toi ttih lrler of said compaisit. Tlitse said aclion is brslaght t Ibt ilni a docro, of lhii ,ssrl sirssivitg Ihe s,nelo sf ultalcilsllsy now enleting betwosii yosrllelf and sthis i niai. Sit tll noli tile grolnsd of wilful derlion snti I aiandlltone ent of tIlls ilaliutit) alnd ylur sloilar ilIrn from teltu sti It illontana without tIi Iiu tentilou of rtrnling agaisitll hier will and wllh olse ti s oo flsill , I lnil ln . AAult losyo ace Iluy ntltledt tal if yrou Ioll Il ailwea and answer lihcll sai tlhl aii l, ar ishilvo itoquirsd. iss said ilailssifl will appldy to the coair fr thlhe relief honsadtls In asit s:utiissiststl. (liven clldler msy liani etlnidt soalt of the dls itrltourl of lth I eiret judlcial IslriotL of tlih IlLat, of lontala.l in and for liso clouty lf h,wi' andt I tlarktes, lthis Ih day ,,f ( eat Auustl, II the year of outr sird. I)letriot one th,.usand eight hundred asct ( 'nurt. ninety-two. lp S. HI. Tiatte.ssN eLi. i Iala A. LUiols. Attorney or 'l uh Io IHE PADYVILDEB _I___ G-RANJD P'ICNIC I In all of our departments there are "PICNICS" for buyers. Everybody is welcome and we will assure you a profitable time. EVERY PICNICKER NEEDS A LUNCH BASKET And here is the place to get it. Every Size, Every Style, Every Price. Splint Baskets...... Ioc to 5oc. Willow Baskets..... 2oc to $i.5o. Palm Baskets...... 5oc to $1.75. Fancy Baskets..... 35c to $2.oo. Every basket must be sold in 30 days, and on every basket we will save you at least 25 per cent. Don't go to a picnic without one. IWM. WEINSTEIN & CO. McCormick W z Thomas Sulky I-lay Rakes. MITCHELL. Farm and Spring Wagns. STUDEBAKERII 4-._..A FINE LINE OF=.: BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BUCKBOARDS, CARTS Genuine Glidden Wire. Full Line of McCormick Machine Extras. At the Old Stand, Corner Main Street and Sixth Avenue1 •+ S. C. ThSHBY. .*. Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods DBP.A.,BTB.EN.T. Ladies' Fast Black Seamless Hose, worth 30 cents, TO CLOSE OUT, 20 CENTS. Children's Fast Black Ribbed Hose, worth 25 cents, TO CLOSE OUT, i5 CENTS. Large Size Turkish Towels, i5 CENTS. o20 Patterns Shelf Oilcloth, TO CLOSE OUT, 85c YARD. House Furnishings. 700 dozen Milk Pans, to close out, doz. .$.oo 5oo Tea and Coffee canisters, to closeout .zo 250 Japanned and decorated Dust Pans, to close out..................... .20 ioo Japanned and decorated Dust Pan and Brush, to close out............. 45 225 Japanned Match Safes, to close out .05 300 Crystal Plated Lemon Squeezers,' to close out ..................... .zo 50o Steel Ice Picks, to close out....,.. .05 175 Strainer Pails, to close out......... .50 325 Wood Pails, to close out........... .20 750 Tin Pails, to close out............ .25 500 Gar den Sprinklers, to close out at cost.