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Orsgasi.d at Calunmet Hall. bhe dlertican pilmaries in elenas last hieeoreo very well attended, though a ber of h old-timers fn the councils of party wetsl minus. It was a good nlghtb "slatu.," the weather keeping away y who would have attended& had it boo easant evning. The penlliarity no in the delegations is that all the inent candidates for ones will be bets of the county conventlon. In the 'tward there is F. W, Combs, who wants assessor in the Second there is H ,l. *, who wants to sncqed John Bean; in Third there is W. M, Dollive,, who -s to be assessor; J. W. Kineley. anftr a rigt, ,judg.ship; Dr. Rookman,, who i the pmla.iion, tot eorqpt and . ims. who expects to win the ation for esheif.. O. C. .ewwnku ds the Fourth Ward delegation. 'iHe did e an tdea ft Stying for the noinintLio county attorney, but it is understood as dropped that And. is now ,wlliag to e a lg;islative.plaes. In theBFiftbh Steve penter, who will be one of the legislative inees, is the only candidate. The sixth es to the front with It, H ,Howey, didate for a judgpeshi. In the Seventh re are three candidates. John Bean. for k of the district court. Miles Cavanaugh, county attorney, and B. H. Weir for nay treasurer. Delegations from the at and Third wards voted in the Sev b, with the result that the Sterling-KleJn. midt people were knocked out. Mr. rlin will not be a memsnber of the my convention, while Mr, Klelnsohmidt n alternate. he usual large crowd attended the Third rd primaries at Edwards' hall, but the many that prevailed was in marked son st to the proceedlngs which character. d the selection of delegatee to the city vention last sprlig. In fact those who the biggest kick then were strictly in set alnight. W. S. Spalding.presided and. W. Beattie was secretary. The hat was around for ballots, and the eount. ocoupied the remainder of the time. are was a strikintg qimlleity in the mas ity of the ballots so far as the nines on n is concerned, though they were not aye arranged in the same way. The et is favorable to Sims for sheriff, Dol r for assessor; Barden for treasurer, kman for coroner, and Kinsley for dis t judge. n the whole the delegates to the county vention are not supposed to be pledgld any political candidate, though there as ides abroad that oqs gentlmsan at least, have a walk-over. Who this is those o say they "Axed" the efair will not say t they allege it will be a great surprise. e fall list of delegates and alternates is follows: First Ward. DELEGATES. ALTERNATES. W. Combs. Ben Benson. Meyer. John Adams. gust Mahrt John Wick. H. Woodridgs. E. Kluge. ha Milch. A. Arp.t. k Stewart. C. lddk1. Hay. B. Bires. Martine. Chatles Kramer. o. Diebert. T. T.avis. aries Horn. B. Brkney. ard committee-August Mahrt, chair Jask Stewart, Coas lb., Second Ward. DELEGATES. ALTERNATES. B. Watson. Henry Klein. H. Davis. O. L. Vawter. A. Mack. J. H. Geiger. M. Parohen. C. Hedgee. C. Botkin. W. M. Bullard. Richter. J. M. Roddick. D. Weed. O. W. Jackson. ed Holyrod. C. A. Coopse. B. Walker. T. O'Conaur. 0. Freeman.- S. O. Danforth. Third Ward. ELEGATES. ALTERNATES. os. Crahan. W. 8. Spaulding, A. Balliet, F. E. Beok, SM. Dolliver, J. S. Featherly. W. Kinsley, John Sturrook, J. Casedy, E. C. Richards, B. Miller, H. H. Guthrie, . M. Rockman, Frank Kunz, S. French, G. R. Metten, vi Larkins, Rev. F. D. Kelsey, iiliam Sims, Herbert Chandler. Fourth Ward. " DELEGATES. ALTERNATES. C. Newman, R. Looker, SMDonald, H. C. Smith, o. Woodeon. H. B. Prlmer. SA. Meyendorf, R. C. Wallaee, .. Davis, A. C. BandberR, E. Woodman, A. J. Fisk. e. Gourloy, J. B. Wilson, C. B. Miller, Sam Henry, ank Pope, A. . Gates, ones Morris, 0. O. Dallas. PFth *ars.i DELEGATES. ALTERNATES. C. Johnson, D. Fraser. SA. Wltmer, B. L.\Smith, E. Getchell, F. J. BSener, Carpenter. C. J. Tooker, SA. Cory, H. C. Arnold. L. teee, L. C. F. Lots, J. Boligman, E. B. Newhall, M. Thornbru. L. Stadler, B. Sanford, J.E. Norris, . t Haskell, N. P. Walts. 8lth Wald. DELEGAtTES. ALTErNATES. H. Howey. F.' E. Ttieems, W. Flela.her, P. J. Twohy, SW. Wilson, H. C. Yarger, hn Weleome. H. Clomwell, so. A. Borl, J. M. Dutton, sob Walker, John McCaffrey, F. Porter, . W. J. Reifenratb, . Corbeth B. U. Saunders, hoe. Gilehrist, H. M. Burris, hn Majorus., J. Cameron. Seveath Ward. DELROATES. ALTERNATES. hn Bean II. Beaon SC. Votew M. L. Stone SW. Fieke E e. Walker eles Cavanaugh O. Frederlok W. Allen C. B. Anderson SH. Weir W. J. B'adshaw SA. Oralg W. F. Whittaker obert Barnes T. H. Kleineahmidt . K. Brown ' imothy Wilcox K. Andenon M. H. Wall RKenweod H. Bray John W. Eddy J. Craven F. MI. Wilson S. Lang Homer Hewlne NEhTNA WEaVEs OtIEL, pe's Par.yr lollowers OsalIusinl tor the Contest In This Ocmlsty. About Iftty gentlemn who beslieve that tsese sad Field are themen for 180J and r yere thereafter. 594tt Catlumet hall veulg to orglanise a Weaver lub. irt,. . Davik was made tsemporusry ohairman ad . F. Piatt tempoers sentary. After little speebh by Mr. Daple, s whis I ti pveaa the wre t n bem o abort d the spkeker be enear, natinal eommittee**an r Mon tesa Of t e ofets brt ee. n, Foot*, Wd. a d J. . in. s latter id hre ored there nineten m em pled ten of thee ere msold for weet er and I;ldl*.to fc sth tiudropt, two for the h gobld be brosrha over to Waver, one ewould 0p to Cleveland and one oo to ofr W..l, Makodenied A. .lith. "'G ~.o Foaos. Johmen uere and rob bert and er. pehr ng that he had resrelvd good news from the teb htthat osoe e werth moneyr and phort * lantbrople ides had come into the part, f and that the otlook was ver brig Jht. . S Da he meta the work foed there prre i Itet and oo t em 0onventlon thewas read. Tbe former will b6 hold at'L'nesdea even et soliand the eaverty onention the fow r the sataed Proa bt two ao the at and iewre doue; ino of thesenow on tatter SMr. bLorey denied that TeBe Hithe led pe ofaty that e had reeived gbrood no fromp theto to 'IRST CLAe meIN ALLwth In , . re The standard of Goods Carried by Bash h ory & Co. , Qunite numbr of the outlook washt Tmplrbright. Sviitors yesterday visited the Helena e ttorDuring the Impreeting made tpon them was amost reoable onen. The ladies weread. r epparently mwi plesed at what they aw re at Bach Cory & Co.'s, some of them re~ark. - ning that norhere else on their travels lad I· they men as complete a stock of drst olase a - . oods an was d fringesd by the ele Cas SNew. Thess praise was not misplaced, bi 4useaon roeery hope anywhere handler It better grades of good Amon somlead of rheir standard ood Godare HoCarrintley Palmer, SEnlish crackers, imorted dirt, F h visitorsh) oboyesterdolay visitem and he Hebon i lot & Co,'s creams and bon bon, thieo rt apparently veeh pleased at whatk, Hnteyaw r-ingOld that now Moerent Vernon their thirteen r. r old, ashe wa dilrated J. H. F.. brand o SCaliorna rThe pratise was nd miplacedt be Sb J. etter Fliokemer. Among the newof their sta t on the maret b Baunt, or Palmer's Co., i a Montana Edam chse mans, which are reeived of pre tevem bry W. . hild, at Child's rngb, p ononosd by the lovers of -the Old ow eMount Verntoon th impthirted. Look at thoe h ratmome d . H. F.. brand ofe * ena Jewelry Co. b J. H. F rliee ve. Among thrnedrom hew friends and pstrons. M all Goods at Usnds Bros. ainds Bros. are market bprepy Bach, Crats ory & the most e a Motentasinae diam cheela of hoe f goods for fChil and winter use ever by thbitedrs of Sthelenacy. Nea thino the imporn ladaketsad.nd Look at th hand some noelties n nat the dress goodva the ation is again at fahome aiot 14 Northils,Warren hosery, fall nde plear and newto syee all in farptes and draperns. ar alreadropen, and Sands Bafterosse of nmaking preparatioods for the their reeivin deprtment ndisplayill be dis played- In a feday-er ·or a short time only, ands Bwinro. rill ouse ever the balanee of their stoNek of spring dress patterns at inal and itrsme red ion, alreand to obtain neuesary rcaom for new fall goods in their drtheir good department, thaney will offer extraordin a few-daysemnts this reek im serges, hands Briettos. will oter the., to redoe their stock a m s poring drible ithont delfnal As examples of the values we may mention all wool French cashmeres at 50 cents a yard, formerly 75 esent; cheviots at 50 sents a 6 ard and storm serges at 75 oents a yard. -Comts. corsets. Dr Warner's corsets in "black ad colors t0 cents and upwards, st butcher & pey's, 105 Broadway. dYou can et all the popular for trimmings for dresses at Fowles' Cash store, The Mantana Preclpitator Company Has near Birdseye station on the N, P. R. . sa copplete stamp mill to which is at tached the "Chain Battery" system, which is especially designed for thq saving of rusty and fine gold. ' The company is prepared to make test rune on all lots of five tons and upwards. W. S. Prmixa. President. Room 1, Gold block, Helena. hlave y or kid gloves fitted to your hand at Fowles' Cash store. Jenness-Miller oorset waists only at Fowles' Cash store. Closing out sale of summer goods at The Bee Hive. Sumer goods of all kinds must go. Nottice. All those indebted to J. C. Stubbs will please call and settle at once, as all sa counts will be turned over to attorney for collection after tept. 1, 1892. M. hi LYKANI, Assignee. Helenas, Mont., Aug 8, 1892. Baby .Both Bohottisrho and Jaby MeKeePolka am twoof the latest iics oant in ith Museical Monthly, at the Bieeiive, irioeli 5 uts. Youcan get the celebratod "C. U," corset only at l.vwles' Cash hture Esaminuation for Teacher's Certificates. Will be held Friday, Sept. 2, at the school house. C. L. TnTcJL, County aSuperintendent of Cohools. Don't forget 11he old reliable Sebuttler wa-on. They hove been in the lead in Montana for thirty rears. T. C. Power & dU. Ladies, Attention. Before purohasing any other sewing ma obhine calland examine the "Davis," the beat machine made. Sturrock & Brown, agents' The Bee Hire has just received a full line of Jesieh hew Year cards or all the latest editiono. Odoatuoder applied to the arnms for painless e'traction of oeeth. P]lsltlvely no palin. Dr. Sklmmln, dentistl, lsth ave. and Maml. Most Be sold. Household goods. 14 8.1 Rodneay street. Id ar xondale and Lady Bees re the hltest is..e of tle Court of London series. U he bee Hive has the complete line at Ito per volomne. The Bee Hive will close out their entire stock of lamps at two-thirds value. A reduction of 8i8 re rae tw be aiven vnrr lanr in the house, uo we m ostormlnodl to drop the lfo. DRPRICE'S .Powder Used in Millions of Homes-4o Years the Standard. 4 ~ ' fEW COUT' I ' O B 1t1 Southb n D.fslionl2 of, thi Un i Di.triot to Op. e# Sept. 5. totn a1 lImbraoes the Counties of Bilve Sow;iMsdiaon and 6aS 6- b " bead. noe Mush o sbaiaes to Be Taasseated at First-New lults In the Distriol Court. The roeent law of congress, establisehing a southern division' of the United States dietrlit court of Montana, requires the term to begin at Butte in September. Judge Knowles, United States District Attorney Weed, Assistant Attorney MoDon aid, and United States Marshal Foray will go over to Butte on Sreptember 5, and formally open court there. There are no oases ready for trial arising out of the southern division, embracing Silver Bow: Madison and Beaverhead countis, and beyond some possialble motions, demurrers, etc.. on the civil dooket, there will be nothing to do. The court will come back to Helena and prepare for the Novembei term. This Nem promises to be a busy one, There ire` several murder oases, any number of postofoe cases, sad lota of other criminal ulsiness ariti.g out of the violations of law on the different Indisi reservations. Many of these cases are in an incomplete state, owing to the fact that the insdi.olenoy of appropriation has moa4e the summoning of witnesse and prepara tion of evidence very slow, New uilts. Thomas E. Dumphy commenced a sult in the district court yesterday against Elizs Ann Phillips, Charlotte G. Wilson, umsan M. Dumphy and Edward T. Damphy for a judgment to debar the defendants from olaiming any right or title to the fol lowing lode claims to whloh he alleges he has a one-third interest: New Orleans. 7 Extension, Sultana district; Grubstake. I Grubstake extension, Ten Mile district, t Lewis and Clarke county; Good Friday, General Sherman, General Grant, Lober district, Jeferson county. Thomas P. Bowman fled a suit against v the Big O Mininiknd Redaction company, A. P. Dodge, Jay Comstook and J. W. Car- I penter to recover $9,000 on a promissory ii note. Montana National bank vs. J. H. MoFar- t land to recover $257.75 on a promissory note and $50 attorney fees. Orders In Department 1 and . C Robe i Thuompon vs. B. Brown, assignee. Demurrer overruled John S. M. Neill vs. Edward Jordan. - Motion for new tlial overruled. Hoyt estate. Petition for a conveyance of real estate and order filed. Anna Merritt vs.; Madeline E. B.llard. Additional findings granted. Forbes vs. Forbes. Leave granted to issue commission to take deposition. Brandagee v. Clemente. Default of de fendant entered, Wm. Jarvri vs. Thomas. Findings of fact and conclusions of law signed and leave granted to amend complaint to con form to evidence. City of Helena vs. T. Connor at al. De murrer overruled. James McManus vs. Joseph Mares et al. Demurrer surtained. Leave to amend by t interlineation granted. E. E. Billings et al vs. Floweree. Motion 1 to make complaint more specilo granted. First National bank vs. Paynter. Thirty days to answer. Huntley A Clark vs. Eohreiner. Five days to file amended answer. The prettiest silver chatelaine watches in the state at the Helena Jewelry Co. California school shoos at Thietlewailt's. You can find all the new novelties for Toney work at Fowles' (Cash store. Spirit Power. Opera house, to-night-Religious spir- t itual illustrated lecture by Dr. and Madame r Clarke and their company of English 1j mediums. Will demonstrate the various methods used by all. the tenowned spirit ualists. They will enlighten the audience 2 as to how every one attending may become a medium. A small adopiasion will be 1' charged to defray expenses. T. C. Power & Co. are ljust in receipt of a ship- C ment of famous Deers potato, I ig,,ers and Praite Queen breaking plows. Nowis the time to pnr INewgoods in every department at Raleigh & CLarke's. New saeh curtains in lIre and embroidered Swiss just received at Fowlea' tash store, Notlice. American Legion of Honor. A regular of Montana counell A. L. of H. will be held in Calumet hall, Tuesday, Aug. 80, at eight o'clock sharp. All candidates for initiation are nrgently requested to be present at an early hour. D. J. W~aT, Om. Ilig drive in men's underwear, shirts hose and furnishing goods of all kinds at The Boe Hive. 31lll Jatltinsl will give lessons In short Iland Tuesday, Thrlorday and Frldar eyen Ilng, beginnlng sept. 1. 48 Bailey bloue. .Iosha-Ha-Bhonu cards just reoeived at the Bee T. C. Power & Co. are headoquarters for whe3l and drag scrapers grading plows, et (iive them a call aud get their prices before purchls inglslewhere. Legal blanks at this ofie." A few more decorated teas ete at The Bie RHive it thne verr low price of 1il. C Prof. Hobert IDeardorf, of Terre Haute, Ind., and late oh Purdue university and ' errs Haute ' Commercial collage, arrived last weok and will a remain in the city as one o0 the faculty of the knugluorn Helen Blusinces college. A11 kinds of'arnRsand worstrds just received bunting and flags at reasonable prices. Don't fail to read owlues' Cash storea's new ad in to-da's mlsper. HELENA IN BRISP. Jackson's mnsic store. Balley blook. FLYNN--lturdsy Aug. 1, 1e82 Charle Joeph, ynaatert aon or Ram Mrguoerits F. Flynn. ard three Yers, ten mnthaend fivesas. eneraatthree p. m. to-da from tie restl dleneeof tir, iies taveaan·l No. It South F havis atreet. 50 dozen pairs of 4adies' Oxfords just received. Prices, $1.50 to $2.50. Nice Goods at a bargain. J. P. Woolman & Co., 105 MAIN STREET. If you've tried our Buffalo Chop Tea you know what a delicious beverage it makes; if you haven't there's a treat in store for you. China never produced anything that surpasses it, and China never will. A second-rate article in tea is worse than none at all; you're in finitely better off without it. What isctrue of tea is true of coffee also. Good coffee takes high rank among the luxuries of life and bad coffee well, the less that is said of that the better. If you want a cup of coffee which is matchless in taste and flavor try our "Best." -TURNER & Co. MNING STOCKS WANTED. WANTED TO BUY: 8,000 Shares of Poorman. 4,;00 Shares of Combination. 10,000 Shares of Southern Cross. 5,000 Shares of Elizabeth. 2,000 Shares of Iron Mountain. 4,000 Shares of Bi-Metallic Exten. sion. 2,000 Shares of Pandora. 500 Shares of Bi-Metallic. 300 Shares of Granite Mountain. 400 Shares of Alice. We will take all or any part of the above named Stocks if price is reasonable. We buy and sell min ing stocks on commission; sell and buy on margins; sell options. 10, 20, 30, 40 and 90 days, and will loan money on any of the above named stocks at a reasonable rate of interest. CALL ON OR ADDRESS W. J-1. Nichols & Bro., Rooms 2-3 Owsley Block, BUTTE CITY, MONTANA. $500 REWARD! rOt TB BICOVERIIT OW The Body of John McPhee Who was lost Sept. 30, 1891, in Deer'Lodge county, west of Rimini and south of Elliston. Was last seeg.About three miles east of the Ontario mine. He wore a dark suit of clothes and hat, also a watch with his name engraved on iniside case. Address informationto AGNES McPHEE, 15 South Raleigh St, Helena, Mont. STEELE, HINOSON & CO, -- JOBBERS OF~ Hay, Grain, Flour, Feedl, Rolled Oats, CORN MEAL, POTATOES, ETC. torntu ad Coemmlleton Mesreht. Conslla. meats Soliotted. Wholsale seate for the Celebrated Royal Banner and Pride of the Valley Flour. hleak.r No. 10 1ss R.meua It. I N. P. Psseger Depot. A1RTHUR U, OtOM IARDS, *CVIL. ENGINEER. No. 43 Montana National Bank Building, Helena, Mont U. ,D0puty Mineral Surveyon aunwoaI, oASANAs ann £ iROATIOon WOese £ SUOIALTT'. 40 T. G. POWER C 60., Montana Agents for the world renowned Walter A. Wood Her. vesting Machinory, Single Apron Binders, Mowers, Rakes and Hand implements of every description. Schuttler and Rushiord Wagons, etc. Send for circulars,. The Helena Jewelry Company i4 " DSALERIS IN . 0 MONTANA SAPPHIRES ,OUNTED. Watchmakers, Jewelers nnd Engravers. Manufacturers of Jewelry from Native Gold and Silver ASH PIERCE, MANANGER. 7'ONEY TO LOAN. On Improved Farms and City Property, AT REASONABLE RATES OF INTEREST, STEELE & CLEMENTS WEISENllORN CAIRIAGE MANUFACTURING CO. Win. 1leering & Co.'s Crass Cutting and harvestlng Machines, * * * Manufacturers of and Dealern In " " " Carriages, Wagons, and Carriage Material. FINE REPAIRING AND PAINTING A SPECIALTY. AGENTS FOR CIIMBERLAND COAL I TELEPHONE NO. 121. Helena Av., Adjoling Steaunboat nBleets GREAT REDU6TION SALE IN- - MTILLINERY THE COMING WEEK. A large stock of Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats will be Sold Regardless of Cost. MRS. S. A. FISHER, No, 15 South Main Street, Novelty Block. STYLISH HANDSOME You have all been subjects for reflection here-in our showing of bargains for the coming weok. Every lady should come to our mountain of bLargains, for they are not procurable anywhere else in the city for the price. We guarantee to deliver the following goods, fulfilling each statenient to the letter to all who call for the same, as long as they last: 1--Fancy Silk Tidies, regular price B--Embroidered Chiffon, regular from $1 to $1.90. Your choice price 450 and 600. Your choice for only 50c. for only 25c. 2--Embroidered and Lace Collars 6---Chiffon Jabots, regular proe and Cuffs, regular price 350 to $1.75. Your choice for only 95 75c per set. Your choice for only cents. 25 cents. 7--Chiffon Jabots, regular price 3--Silk Shawls, regular price $6. 75 cents. Your cholce foer owl Your choice tor only $3.80. 37 1-2 cents. * 4-- Emb. Cashmere Shawls, regular 8--Best 5.4 Oil Cloth, regulraa 1ce price $2.40 to$4.50. Your choice 30 cents. Your choice for aly for only $1.50. 20 cents. FOWLES' CASH STORE The Leading Millinery, lNotion; and Fancy Dry Goors ionse in th. Cit WE CLOSE AT 6 P. M. EXCEPT SATURDAYS.