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tse' Selected to the County Convention that Meets Next !aondey in HIlen, , Ntamed in the Interest of Any olnl, bot to Selet Only Winners, plate List of Thiae* from theb ats I a..alee Who Wall RaepetOe Ontside ?reoenets. i - dqmoeraie of Lewis and Clarke held ir primtares last nlght in the varlous olts throughout the county. Those in eit~ were very well attended, and in all hem the evident desire was to rend 4di tee to the county convention who would out the best men for nominees. This timent was given formal expression in Fifth ward, where Hoon. 8amn Word erd a resolulion to the, eleot that the elates and alternates 'to the eounty ean. tion from that ward be instructed to asulde all peIsenal preferences and prte .ies and help to nominate only those i for county ofSees who would give rlsth4otbdiotloiet, sad ilso to vote for le-iasi to bthe state convnotion who cold set the beet men for state ofces. This e carried, unanimously. In the Sixth are was a big attendance and some sadly rivalry to go to the convention. alike the republicans, the demoerate did i neglect to send to the convention dele tee who can speak for the railway em yes. In the Second there was also od attendance, and the only object in aw was to select men who would try to .oe winners next Monday. There was little, if any, attempt on the rt of candidates to see that delegates are selected who wire friendly to them ves especially. No ward in the city will nd to the county convention a delegate edged or instructed for any particular udidate. The following ii a fgll.list of a delegates and alternates seleoted in the is and some from the outside: First Ward. DELEGATES. ALTERNATEs. me. 'i'rTran, D,. F. Murphy, E. Williams, BSeth Bowden, arrence O'Donnell, C. E. LaCrotx. so. Pfenninger. Daniel Swenery, abn F ey, M. Llasner, M. Clements, B. H. Harwood, T. Koldrop, J. L. Ladriere, icob Poet, John Stroble, Oppenheimer, Albert Livingston, N. Craig, Arthur O'Brien. Ward committee-E. C. Perret, D. F. arphy, Bi. E. Williams. aseond Ward. I DELEGATES. ALTERNLTrS. W. McConnell., W. B. Bryan, R. Comly, Jno. E. O'Connor, ' L. Steele, E. L. Flaherty, J. Cronin. John Kelly, arnard Brown, Matt Carroll, C. Burqard, Henry. Blase, A. Goeddy, A. G. Greer, ,hn A. Quirk, John Kuntz, son A. LaCroix, Chas. ieinig, so. Mabrt, I. G. Miller. Ward committee-C. B. Garett, Geo. shrt, H. l Burgard. Third Ward. DELEGATES. ALTBNAT5.. Ires Sullivan, A. D. Solomon, J. Steele. L. I. Iseael, Idney McIntyre, W. J. Hartwig, I. M. G. Settles, M. J. Hutchins, Jr., C. Garland, A. W. Lyman, J. Walsh, W. D. Weir, arry Woolrich, J. M. Peterson, am Alexander, James Sweeney, J. Monaghan, William Reed, L. Luke. Frank J. Ornse. Feorth Ward. DELEGATELS. ALTERNATES. . J. Davideon, W. U. Buskett, W. Knight, H. M. Brandagee, ý. J. Fuche, Dr. G. 0. Swallow, . . Krigbaum, J. W. Busket, . R. Purcell, Wm. Finigan, acob Loeb, C. C. Stubbs, 4 I. Zimmerman, Ed Brahan, B. Braden. A. Gerhauser, [arry Cannon, J. J, Rtckley, hae F. F. Maitland. Maj. Wm. Davenport. Ward committee--. R. Purcell. Jacob oeb, E. B3. Braden, P. q. Krigbaum, Chae. . Maitland, E. .Braudqgee. DELEGATES. AIrNpAxal. . Word, D. D' O'Cohaell, . H. Pleasants. J. BW. ,lýºke, . J. Fallon. P. wanj W. Lake, George ay, I. B. Smith, George F. Cope '.M. Collins, Jaoob Doerr,. V. J. Bickelt, S. H. Kennetti v. E. Cox, T. E. COutcher, V. H. Little, 1'. Martin,' i. D. Greenfield, S. Poananeki. Ward committee-Lee Word, J. J. Fal in and T. L. Martin. Sixth Ward. DBLEGATES. ALTERNATES. )aniel Hanley, T. Davidson, . Cskelly, J. Brady, W. Francis, F. Graham, V. Bucklngham, A. Doughertý, . Conlon, A. Seefield, . . Brown, C. Wall, 1. Harrity, C. G. Stubbs, V. B. Morrison, E. O. Raillbaok, Id. Needham. L. Monheim, L Menth. J. McGill, Sevrith Ward. DELEGATES. ALTERNATES. )avid Marks, H. H. Snow, S. M. Neill, David Ruth, V. E. Persell, C. S. Muflly, illiam "'"ylor. F. E. Hose. oeeph C.,ilahan, O, Carlson, r. Straub, H. O. dultser, . H. Leslie, Alex Gibson, I. W. Langhorn, p. 0O. Baldwin, E. Wommelsdort, Joseph Evans, i. S. Hepner, F. W. Kuphal. East Helea. DELEGATES. ALTERNATES. . P. McCabe, Geo, Wallace, B. Humphreys W. W. Larkin, )urtle Williamson, Thos. hrllstol, ismes Blarln. Dan Terry, hbas. Thompson, H. 1I. Clark, as. F. Lydoph, Fred Shulten, leo. Downey. Frank L.gan, . P. Lindsey. Isaac McGill, I. D. Wade, James GOrela, rohn Farrell, Sam SBookhan, Rimini Precinct. DELEGATES. ALTERNATES. V. H. Murphy, J. F. Wilson, rohn M. Daly, John Boyer, F. F. Maulrew, J. Hennessey. 3. F. Woodruff, Hugh Daly, Jr. For justice of the pesos, John C. Wood ,nf; for constable, Ronald McoDonald. Keawood. DELEGATES. ALTERNATI, ;m. Moth. C. B. Wlerman, L K. Davis, Jerry Collins, ). P. Connolly. Nick Weser, I. H. Floyd-Jo.es, Henry Thoebes, eeo. Seymer, T. C. Bach, Welt Creek. DELEGATES. ALTRENATSM, I. E. Billings, John I. Anderson, F. W. Carter, Boston Loll. MltehelL DELEGOATE. I, 8. Walklnson. WHAT IT HAS ACQUMF1Z+I8S HD. ýepr$ of she 61go i Wis sad Ciarke i le b s The Lw ~ad Cirb ~~a blan Espo, eltion suaoeeatioa hel4 l prlminaryi meeting Juit f16 l. of Trade 4room, eletigs) , tht ,ua oSesn, oba .. -ij_ eac we . ra the oiy of Uelene end for sob of the towns ia te county, were ep* ,onjpto collet membezShipo for the ee dedde upoA ao sti." we apponnted to -.e pon if from the county to the wwirn'm buidg. Other com . ttpe were ipolnted to thier wttic'l lW rinl uppotl women US the verre la L duetriel elºd pro tfeeion, bat s ble work we not in line with the work of other atites it were ban doned. However, some setititioe g.thered from ensas reupoort wilt be ent in with oar Annl report. On July 26 the work of ppointing committees was continued sto oatr mistiee on Orlgaleantone wIligionrt benevolenti oberitublI nlar and rary, wth flUbs in puntnll and matic. were t lito work. donAug. 1 commtteer, for obtaining exhibit werestr te to r ep ort at once, end th ooplication f or e for eight exhbits, in Inbin, eramin art, taxidcrmy, dentstryto or dlework d owers, ed tional ins nad for a copy of a contract With a deIog of the work performed by a woman, hiben sent. An applioetion for spa.. for tbhe fountain to be donated to the woman's building lea also bten made. Memberships have been rolling in aptil oar treasurer repoits $101 in tho treluery. The corresponding secretary has written forty-nine letters and received thirteen up to date. DaLIA A. KELLooo, Odrrealonding Seeretary, Lewis and Clarke Columbsin Exposition Aseooiation. Helal, Auga, 22, 1802. l ardi' Jersey rib.sd ts, veryr coot an d corn furtable to wer, enler lo.st The e Hive Corsets, coreta. Da Wsrner's corsets in bleak and colors, to oents and upwards, at butcher A Bra.ler' .105 Broadwar. JOIT1NG(S AIBOUT TOWN. The bank clear jne for the week ending Sept. 1, were $89,4 1.28. The Blue Bell lode claim in Coon Hollow distriot has been located by Jod. Luthell. W. D. B. Carpenter has sold lot 7, block r, V Us View a4dltion, to Walter H. Little for $500 Queen City Lodge No. 42, I. 0. O. O. F. has changed its meeting night from Saturday to Friday. F. D. Draville, a native of Germany, was admitted to oitiaenship yesterday by the supreme court. The seveath ward hose house has been completed, and the department has taken poenession of it. St. Aloyslue select school for boys on the Catholi bhill, will open next Tuesday, Sept. 6, under the direction of Father Follet, principal. A meeting of U. S. Grant Camp No. 1, ., V. division of Montana, will be held this evening at 8 o'clook Sharp in G. A. 1. hall, Park avenue. If Peter Botigan i in HElena there s a family in Marysville from Ashland, Wis., by the name of Clandy, that would like to hear from him. A team of Helena ball players between the ages of 17 and 20 will go to Philipsburg on September 15, to play a nine of young men there for $50 a side. The friends of Jacob Loeb are very strongly urging him to accept a nomination on the legislative ticket, and hope to secure his consent to use his name. George Washington ii wanted by the poliee on the charge of larceny as belles. He is cnsaed of converting to his own use two time cheks isued to other people. The divorce ease of B. C. Scott against Margaret Scott has been disissed without prejudice. The court ordered the plaintiff to pay Mrs. Scott $50 alimony and her counsel fee. A sheriff's deed for lot 1, block 60G, Hoback & Cannon addition, was recorded yesterday for Brandegee Bros., who bought the property in for $2,880.45 as plaintiffs in a foreclosure suit against C. B. Newbury et al. The ladies of the First Evangelical Scan dinavian church will give a sociable in the church building, corner of Hoback street and Butte avenue, to-morrow evening, Sept. 3, at 8 o'clock. All are cordially in. vited to attend. Patrick Power, a well known resident of the valley, was declared insane yesterday by a jury in Judge Book's court and will be taken to the asylum at Warm Sorings. The jury were Dr. C. B. Miller, O. W. Car penter and James 8. Featherly. A foreclosure suit on a lien was filed in the district court yesterday by Benjamin W. Sobhlieder against W. S. D. Smith for $54.20 and $50 attorney fee, for carpente r work on a reMadense, on lote 12 and 18, block 3, Woodlawn park addition. Mr. Clinton and wife arrived in Helena yesterday from the National park. They started from Cincinnati May 15, and have driven almost the entire distance. They have a good strong baggy and a fine span of Kentucky hot ses and have had a pleas ant outing. Daniel S. Durrie, librarian of the State Historical society, Madison, Wis., died in that city Wednesday afternoon, aged 73 years. after a long illness. Hie life work was in connection with that library and its almost national reputation is in great part due to his untiring labor of almost forty years. Mr. Durrie was the father of Mrs. H. C. Arnold of this city, and is well known to a number of Helena citirens. Remember that The Ben Hive is the leader of low prices and that they brook no competition. New veiUng, ruehings and ribbons at The Uee Hive at bedrock prices. "Deformity Mdraees and Appliances." Dr. A. C. Stoddard, of the Liebig In ter national Surgical Institute of Ean Fran cisco, will be at room 15, Merchants hotel, this week. The above institute is the lara est anunfactory in the United States en gaged in manufacturing orinal curvature braces, leg braces, apparatus for hip joint disease, artificial arms, legs and eyes man ufactured to order. All cripples and de formed persons and children should see the doctoxr Ladles' lace wraps are beint sacrificed at The Bee Hive. le sure and ce them. Lady Saxondale and Lady Bese are the latest issues oq the Court pf London series. 'I ha le Hive has the complete line at see per volume. Deoe'rats, Attention There will be a conference of the dels gates end, alternates to the democratic county convention at the rooms of the B oadwater club on Saturday evening at eight o'clock.. DAVID MAnas, Chairman County Committe. T. E. CaUTrcoHs, Secretory. Mise Jaokman will give lessons In short hand Tuesday, Thursadaty and, Fridlay even Iegs, beginning Nept. 1. 48 Ilalley hl.bik. A few more hbaby carriaga left at Tie Bee ltve at $5. b7.25 an.d al being cheaper thau thicago prices. Only a Day Away. A day's journey measures the distance be tween Chicago and New York, via Pennsyl vania Short Lines. The time can be pleasantly raeseed in luxuriounly equipped vestibule cars affording all tithe comforts of home. Address Luea. 248 Clark street, Chicago. _ hosiery. Iyo lines on hand and nw goods ar riving daily. Clodel onsale oe f satumer lgotl at The oe Hive. ummer goods of alrl rkind must lo. Glabrlst, taes. Edlgar Wii remove their coal end lumber offic Sept. 1 to the Grand Central ceiar stand, next to O end CenCrl hotel, where they wlll be pleased to meet all of -their curstom. 'e end attend to their orders promptly. FOUR ARE NOW TEREDO Helens, Bozeman, Deer Lodge and Boulder Have Filed Thuir Cap. ital Nominatlgne. Butte, Anaconda and Oreat Falls Are Expeoted to Enter Later On. The Litigation Against the MontanS Co.a pay. Started With a IDema~d feo e,0o00,000 Damuagee. Helena, Bozeman, Deer Lodge and Booul der are the cities which havre so far formally entered the race for the state capital, Helena's certificate of nomination is as foliowrl We the undereigned, do hereby certify that we are citizens and duly qualified electors of the county of Lewis and Clarkes, and state of Montana, and cltizens and residente of saild county of Lewis and Clarke; and tbat we do hereby nominate the city of Helena, eituated in the mild county of Lewis and Clarke, sate of Mon tans, asa candidate for the place of per apanent location of the seat of government 'of the state of Montana, to be submitted to the electors of the said state of Montana, as p.ovided by article 10. aection 2, of the constitution of said state, and the aot of the legislative aseembly, of said stite, apptoverd March 6, 1181. entitled "an act providing for the submission of the question of the permanent location of the seat of government," and that we have hereunto eat our names, place of residence, business and busi neas address. It It signed by William Wal lace. J. H. Boucher, M. L. Stone, Duke Dutreoille, O. O. BStbbs, A. J. Seligrdan, s. T. Hauler, H. M. M. Parchen, J. T. Murphy, William Muth, T. H. Kleinsebmidt, Her man Kleip, J. J. Leiser, Daniel Fraser, L. H, Hershaleld, J. U. Banders, H. I. Comly, C. D, Hard, It. C. Wallace, E. J. Godokind, Frank Pope, C. B. Jaoquemin, J. Feldberg, Jacob Loeb. H. C. Burgard, 0. H. Pew. William Heed, D. J. McNally, Fred Sase, James Mason, J. P. Balk Sr.. U. H. Bray. J. H. Witmer and W. H. Graham. Bozemsn's certilfcate was filed with the secretary of state yesterday. It is dated Aug. 9, 1802. Among the signers are C. W. Hofman O. P. Chisholm, Walter Cooper, C. P. Blakeley, Nelson Story, C. S. Iiart man, A. K. Yerkes, Peter Koch, Lester S. Willson and J. V. Bogert. No nominations have been received yet from Butte, Ana conda or Great Falls. THE BIG MINING SUIT. St. Lent. Company Commenced the Litl gation for $9,000,000. The attachment snit filed In the United States circuit court on Wednesday against the Montana company, limited, is the second ease brought by the St. Louis Mining and Milling *company against it. On Oct. 14, 1890, a suit was commenced in the district court for $2,000,000 dameges for taking out ore from the St. Louis lode claim by under ground workings from the Montana com pany's ground. This suit was transferred to the United States circuit court on Nov. 17, 1890. It alleged that the Montana com pany commenced to extract the ore about April 80. 1887. A demurrer was filed in which the statute of limitations was pleaded to the efeot that the St. LouIs company had no cause of action for trespass prior to Oct. 14, 1888. This cape is still pending. The second suit alleges that the Montana company promised to pay to the St. Louis company $500,000 for ore taken from the St. Louis lode claim. The St. Louis company says in its complaint. which is sworn to by Wm. Mayger, of Marysville, as general manager and superintendent or the St. Louis company, that the extra number of tons of ore taken out is unknown to his company, but that it was sold by the Mon tana company for $500,000, and that when it agreed to pay over that sum his company waived all tort by reason of the trese pass. The other defendants are Hawlin son T. Bayliss, Thomas J, Berwick. Fred erick P. Crowther, John Darlington, Thos. Philpotts and Stewart Pixley, the directors of the Montana company, limited. McCon nell. Clayberg & Gun and Toole & Wallace are the attorneys for the St. Louis company. In the first suit Sanders, COnllen & Shelton and Judge Kirkpatrick, of Butte, repre sented the Montana company. ANNUAL REPORTS. Statements Coming in or Corporations Doing Business in Montana. All companies doing business, in Mon tana are required to file with the secretary of state statements showing the condition of their business on Sept. 1 of each year. Yesterday three companies complied with the law. Jay Hawk and Lone Pine Consolidated Mining company, limited; capital stock £285,000 in £1 shares; actually paid in, £28,875; laid in in other ways, £256,125. of which £186,125 has been paid by the issue of 165,000 shares at £1 eaoh, cred ited with 16s 6d as paid up on each share to the shareholders of the Jay Hawk Mining comoany, limited, the former owners of the Jay Hawk and Pettingill mines. These shares were part of the consideration pay able to the vendors on the purohase of the Jay Hawk and Pettingill by the said incor poration and the remaining £120,000 by the payment to the Lone Pine Mining and Milling comoany of 120,000 paid up shares of £1 each in the said incorporation. The mines of the company consist of the Lone Pine, Silver Star, Silver King, Harrison H., Greely Excelsior, Black Pine Luna, Pettineill, Monroe, Bonanza, Mountain Maid, and mill sites, situated in Beaverhead county and valued at £285,000. Cash in bank in London £1.079. 'Ihe liabilities are £8,870; sundry current debts in England and America £1,650. Clancy Creek Mining company; capital stock issued, $145,000; t easury stock. $5,000; authorized, $150,000: capital stock acntually paid in, $7,500; $137,000 paid in by stock iseue- for certain properties; asotes, value of property, $143,119.18; bills receivable, $452; accounts receivable, $1,487.15; trens u e stook, $5,000: cash, $5.98; total assets, $150,014. 26, Mtontana Gain and Produce company; capital stock $50,000; .otunrlly paid in $1, 200; existing debts $3,631.18. Articleaof incorporation of the follow ing new companies were Tiled with the secretary of state yesterday: Musselshell Telephone company, to oper ate a telephone line between Oka and Cas tie. in Meagher county, and intermediate Soints. Capital stook $5,000, in $100shares. Charles E. Severance, George K. Monroe and Charles Ii. Carr are the incorportors. White Iabbit Gold end Nilver Mining company; capital stook $800,000, non-as sessable. John Stur,ock, H. H. Brown and Jan'r' Sturrock are the iucorporators. Op. ations are to be carried on in Lewis and Clarke county. DEPRICE'S Usd in Millions of Homs-4o Years the Standard Used in Millions of Homes--4o Years the Standard, MOUTAA IALLý TOBSERS. The Steergsalsed li.1a Tesam streuge thel Uvet-3ete. The Helems teem, as reoranised, will eontaln eveal sme who pate played with the strongest teaes in the country. Billy rGeorge wa foraicly a pitphhr fqr the New Yorks, Hatoel4 bha playe ahbort to;p for several orack teame and Husameer has 'held daoy the peond bag In the Wetern imoclation for the beet tead In the league. sHieh Athletle park hae ban used for bane bali there has been but one olean hit over the Lfeoe and tbat wee ma4e by Cretty. It leasae t piedlet that the ball Will go outside of the "oorrall" a few timse daring the completion of the series. The most interletlpg game of the sesaon mayr be expeted on Saturday as it will be the firts meeting of the two craok teams and the winner of the game will take 4 lead for the pennant. Both teams will work with mighbt and wIn for this game. Mr. Nlok Kessler will build a fine athletic pround net spring. There will be a base ball ground, a cricket ield, a bicyole track, and provision for other sports. Tally has ignaod with the Pilipebnur team. The Butte team is on a trip to Ogden and Balt Lake and will return in time to play at Philipsburl Baturday. Trry the Jackson corset waist. 'her are the Ilmlth-prerorviLu armenL of the ase. For sale by Butcher HIradley only. COSMOPOLITAN " e MOTEL AND IEYTAVRANT, Why s bthe Cosmopolitan the Leadid g Hotoel? First-Our rat are reasonable, $1.25 and $1.50 per day. .eonod-We give a first-clas service for the mouoy. Third--Meals are served at all hour., day end IJ'ourth-Tho dining room is presided over by obligin lady waiters.. ofbilhynYnt sao order what you want and pay for what y0 acot. Sixth--Yout ro not have to help pay the hotel dead heats' bills. as our terms are etriotly rash. Seventl--iElectric ears pas ithe house every 15 minutes. Nighth-And last, it yon will tind one man that says these are not all facts we will give you a five-earat Montina Sapphire. H C. O. IUlttAltD, PROPRIETOR. .1 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 is true 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 hod flavor try our "Best." . ----==-TURNER & Co. 1 50 0 REWARD! >r THE RECOVERY OF , The Body of John McPhee Whq was lost Sept. 30, 1891, in Deer Lodge county, west of Rimini and soutý of Elliston. Was last seen about three miles east of the Ontario mine. He wore a dark suit of clothes and hat, also a watc,l'*with his name engraved on inside oase. Address information to AGNES McPHEE, 15 South Raleigh St., Helena, Mont. STEELE, HINOSON & CO. -JOBBERS OF Hay, Grain, Flour, Fred, Rolled Oats, CORN MEAL, POTATOES, ETO. oterage and Commnisson Merchants. Consign meate 8olilcited. Wholesale agents for the Celebrated Royal Banner and Pride of the Valley Flour. 'slephone No 10. 1122 Bozema, St. Near N. P. Passenger Depot. ARTHURI Gi. LOMBIARD, *CIVIL. ENGINEER" No. 43 Montana National Bank Building, Helena, Mont. U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. RESERVOIRS, *OANALI AND IRRIOATION WORKs A SPECIALTY. The olde ft and Pr tblod1 dacoe toe in oataee Etbl 15 LINDSAY & CO. -DEALERS IN- FRUIT AND PRODUCE. HRELENA. MONTANA. Caltrornia Fraits, Watermeloese a anll kIlads St Produce received In car lots. Deaters throelhout Montaaa plaslens tbhel.r satad41s ordqrs for fruit with us co. rely e aettlgr the sne.et trait obtalmable. at the teweet market prtoe. T. G. POWEFR & GO., Montana Agents for the world nr wnod Walter A. Vtood Har vesting Machinery, Singie Apron rinders, Mowers, Rakes and Hand implements of every descrlption. Schuttler and Rushford Wagons, etc. Send for circulars. The Helena Jewelry Go., e a DEALERS IN / " MONTANA SAPPHIRES Doo?, o,. Watchmakers, Jecvelors and Engravers. Manufacturers of Jewelry from Native Gold and Silver ASH PE:RE(J. MIANAGCERE . MONEY TO LOTAN.1 O hImproved Farls and City Property, AT REASONABLE RATES OF INTEREST. STEELE & CLEMENTS WEISENHORN CARRIAGE MIANUFACTUJRING CO nm., Deering & Co.'s Gass aCutting and -araet:ag Machiins. " " Manufaocturers of and Dealers In a aS SCarriages, Wagons, and Carriage Material. 'FINE REPAIRING AND PAINTING A SPECIALTY. kGENTS FOR CU1MBERLANI) COAL TELEPHONE NO. 121. S Hele·a Av, AdJolalan Stealmbeot BlAs e, nmm n mI GREAT REDUETION SALE --IN -= -= --= --- MILLINERY 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, YOUNG STYLISH -ANDSOME OLD L You have all been subjects for roilection here -in our showing of bargains for the con:nuq wvek. Every lady should come to our mountain of bargains, ior they ere not l:rourable anywhere else in the city for the price. Vel guarantee to deliver the following goods, fulfilling each statement to the letter to all who call for the same, as long as they last: --Fancy Silk Tidies, regular price 5--Embroidered Chiffon, regular from $1 to $1.90. Your choicea price 450 and 60C. Your choice for only 5Oc for only 250. 2- Embroidered and Lace Collars I 6-Chiffon Jabots, regular price 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, regslar price 8-Silk Shawls, regular price $6. 75 cents. Your choice for only, Your choice for only $3.50. 37 1-2 cents. 4---Emb. Cashmere Shawls, regular 8--Best 5.4 Oil Cloth, regular price price $2.40 to $4.50. Your choice 3 cents. Your choice for only for only $1.50. 20 cents. FOWLES' CASH STORE The Lealln lillinery, Notions and Fancy Dry Goods Horn 11 the Cil WE CLOSE AT 6 P. M. EXCEPT SATURDAYS.