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   Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               Dissolution Sale! Summer Clothing Less Than Cost! Suits. Orade that cost us now logout tirade that cost us now to go at..... Grade that cost us to go at Grade that cost us now to go at Serge COATS AND Grade that cost us now to go at 55.00 Grade that cost us now to go at Crash and Duck Trousers. Grade that cost us 87 cents, tu go at 73c and Grades, now go at Negligee Shirts. SOc and 7Sc Grade how to go at 42 cts. Grade now to go at 73 cts. Grade-now to go at roui New York this lln U ready for tho final deal in the re- organization of the Bass Foundry and Maehiuo worts, which will bo tfectfld next Friday. Fruut Clomeurt, ii liad- ho iiiialurtuue IA.HI uvuuiug :i I i-p yasli in bis loll foA with an wKrnliit iiirt tliu nivl It-lit. Tho pro-Tiit wwk thi'ro 10- jirtsl ami turiuxl out of Uiu I'lttri burg I'll, ml 317. ami tiiktm iu for N fiijjiu.-s L'JU. 111. amll, king Iwi'U'i) biill undergoing Journal: traitt men on tho 1'ounsylvjinU i wiini j-OTtonby nolillod tlmt hoy must discard tin slima and v bluek .shoes nnd lark or blnrk uf Tbo Uiipugo unit Kriu lira mudo ioclifilor, Ind., !i division for a local fruijjht umi nmmunodatioti -niua, and is putting iu threw mile.-) o llli: o ith tlio orks foi f tl o or tlmt ro pot of It; Itail- POWDER Absolutely Pure soldiers stvui to lia gotten. Thk Mate of affairs htid uroustxl fiomoul thu kiudund patriotic Fort Wayuo laditnt to activity and altwii fttttivul will U- BOY-KILLED. I Another Illustration of the Dan- gers of Traiu Jumping. over tlio corresponding week of 18D7 f Orea A. Antloa. a lad nbonb four- ecn years old, instantly killed the oars at Kidgoville, Ind., yes- lay afternoon. Ho utlempted to climb upon a gravel train when it in motion, lost li is hold, fell and jiiras littflrly out into piecos by the is-' Four or five cars passed ir the boy before tho trainmen rored him and could stop tho The uafortnnato lad was a member of one of Hidgovillo's load- g families and tlio accident lias n tho citizens of -that Ora Phibbs was overcome by tho beat yesterday afternoon at tho Buss blacksmith' shop and bad to quit work. Orders havo loon given that thi shops of tho Cincinnati, Hauiiltuu aud Dayton run nlno hours six days of the week. Train Dispatcher Samuel Taylor d his son, Richard, have rahirnod HU coustruetod ID to bo adily onliirgcd. Tin. mid Eastor las ijluce-l n contract locoinutivo wo oven ctWBolidaK-d o iia lliu livo built f road intently, and which ar irmlii" tatkfactorlly. Tho Krlohau givtm uolkt) rithdrau-Jil from tho ItniTul uiixor oouimittoo, i-irclo.4 it is to uiouuamlu war botwcon Uultulo d Now York city, mid jioHsibly to L'hiituyo, C'iucluimti and other west- points. A beautiful American Hut; now wavot from ti must on tha ItarghofT browory. Ijtat night tho this wtia uufuiloil with iipiirouriiito com- inouy, H was iiuroliutuid will! nonoy rontribntcd tho omployoa of tho UorBUoffe. Tlio complotlon of tlio nnfurlliiji ceroinouy waa a: uouucod by cheers and tho blowing of tho brewery whistles. Proaiduut CunifT, of tho Nlokel I'lnto, will through the city Xo. r> this ovoning, oil routo to Chi CJgo. Tomorrow morning li i nn inspection of tho ilonon road noil will travel over tho on tiro lino by Biiootol train. In viow of tho fnat tho Mouon is said to bo for snlo and that the Vandorbilts aro snid to want tho jirnuerly, Mr. CnnWa is not without ita Big- iiifinnnco. Indiann polls Journal "Tho latest roport is tlmt it ia thn Wubnsh that IA seeking to eoouro control of tho Motion. It certainly wonM li valuablo to tho Waliasb tlmn any toul wliich has bs it would let the Wabaah Into Louis- villo, IniiiatifliiolLi and tin of Boilfonl; and would really bu a nonsililndc.il. Still, tli is tho host of authority for saying that tho iionon is not for salo. Tlio merits of tho Baldwin and tho Brooba build of engines bavi batm a iiuostiou for dispute among Moiion ongincer3 for sotno each t'Qgiue having ils friend. Nu morons tests of speed and banting [lower havo beon mndo viiih ibo ra- ault thnt tho IJrooka engine can ont nuilhs Baldwin with a train of ivo cars, bnt when two or morn ira are added, tho B.ildwin is tho ioat epoeily. Gonnrnl SiipRriutendent Mageo FIB nnnounood that nny omployo present gc.od standing on tho Wa- bash records desiring to onlist tlm United States urmy for HIB pros- ont war with Spain, will rotnin his itanding recotd wilh lUs Wubash railroad, provided tbat ho rotnrns iUKdilt wliiuh many inU-re-jt iiiiwrd road. Tho couiu-lld 1'iWinjf worn jiblu worV, aotial roforni junior reform. Tho convoii- ion jiroiHsr Wai called to ordisr Jhortly after U o'clock. FOR THF. SOLDIER BOYS. -.llv-l I., Lu tin U is not n conirorliu" nrnttor to lironltlo, but it la eald to bo truo thut the yooiilo of 1'ort Wuyno urn IH solicitous for tho uolfuru of hu bravn who havo t" HID wai-asai-ii tho of many itliur Tho boys in iinji at ronort thnt tlioir coinradoa from other cities md otbnr ntntcs nro hiiudaomuty viiieiiiborod by friouds nt homo, ro- selvlnu many boxed of delicacies md nocossarioa that tho cftiuj) tlnai not afford, whoniaa tba Fort Wuymt txthosoMiurri t'ruiik Al.lt-ni! It. liavii ii'i Mr tU- prujti-t a liiot iii-ji't u ivmmittoo from the HiUituLitt tho uf Sirs. AlOvrauu and Mini.) of thu [iruliiiiiiuiry dotiiiU of foblivul UHKniATK' 1'AINS. I.. Jiii.l niliuf mas- by !he xiMiru-mxi uf Aiityii IVngtrt, living i N. W.T.. Cdiwu. Hi ,i-utu tu tlio nuiLor uf liu no1.1.- thut kii attnicttx Into, thiitho Uu, bawl, [hodty will INI urvM-iit. SUMMER NIGHT PF.STIVAL Next Mmulay jiftwiiooti nud ing the Fort Way no Turn- Verwu ill give picnio and s il concert nud scholar m-lit's festival lit CVmtlivro park. Thpro will bo i intustod tbrm ilulhrs with Mr. Smith f. tlir.-t) bovs i.f (Jloru Tunic, and tL.iy him and piirnuinuitly Lind in u lo'.tcr to .Mr. Smith wr-.tn m follows: -1 WlU. niiliT it iiiv duly tu inform you that j boxes (iluriu rkiiuiiuitiMii i t'Vfiry suiturnr CVMF n.l it to LOCAL NEWS. t'Lty 11. tl-irrud, of luduiuapJLi, Iris a druj sturu at 2J Mum strwt. MM tmm i. Sjtunlny .mJ Sumhy. lu Ln.li- Taluugn. ArlliurCfrtiiik-h, a 1'ur.Uw -Iu i.i.t V.HM- I) Washing. willi South Wliitlcy. Mi-w KUna IfaubxlLtr KJVU a in h.miir of MM IvKlio wlm vUitintf II.T aunt, U. Kittiu uf Hun to work alt tiyii siwnt ut Mwhij sortd. l.'lyjn Woi wo w rutur r ro-  liirts into a iiiiiiiutir hor baud caught bit- j twt'Kit tint hoavy rulli'nt tuiil wiw drawu into tho inncluuo iu far as! horotlhiw. TIw UVUIM of tli.i ami wrtro Iwdty brniM-J, but nu honw wi-ro brukwti IT cruslmd. Forlu- lutoly, too, tho follow woro not hut, but wero u.sod 11 prom, nttJior tliua nu ironur. iw thuy nro illy Uiiiuitu at- 1 tho girl aud drussod tlm arm id iithlolio Among tlio fwiiim-s tlm performance nf Alfred ill l- of Detroit, ou tlio (.winging Professor linn but ono but ho ia mwertholojw nti artist on thn rings null lib porformani-o is said to bo ii irvoluiis. Inspired by tho splendid Aiaeri. can victory ut Santiago tho pjitric.t- isui of Miwtor Wilbur lllwui, son of Uuilurtukur Bloom, thii morning burnt all restraint aud 1m ratwd a fine- llauataff at liU hoiiic, 1S1 L'o- Inmbia avonnu, thb morning. From thopoakof tho fiLnfftlio ntjirn and Htrijiosaro proudly lloating In tho cool broows of tho atmo.s- phoro. Put in-Bay round trip ovory Sunday via Wabash U. wts C'uuiitki, ti iiinbi, lv.c." k-atoil by iv (jniud Iticytlo in :ilnrbi Tonic 1.4 madnby.lulm A. j which tho cyclists frntii nil p-irbi of itth, Kamniorfluld Church i the city will lurticVitu. Wia.. and p Hold by all dr A rhouiiuttl.tm only. at d tostirimiibi-s art) inado by thu St. Paul M. K. for u. lawn fostlviil to 1m given on n lnuutifltl la (llothTUKte will writ. of lot to Mr. luitsilny iiml Pull in- is thy lint of rail tmiisfun; im hy tlio Drolbol- bk-4 Alutruut compnuy TOWKnllll', H. B. IJarnt'tl, ot. ill., to Simil 1J. HhuifT, for jwrt lot I. Welt's pro ouiptlon in choiilil mow lbt> fonntniu in Hwinimy ul-lit tlm crowd wad HO frwit bud to wait u loiii; tinio In; ford thuy nould This iter U jt inoru jiopulnr iivory diiy. MM. R. Unnbmian, Mw. Iljllo mid Jlddtoi- TUoniDH Slmlbf, Moii'dHuutmur umlonvciir. THE Utu, 1IH' IK t'ulliouii Ktruut. (iO TO SL'NDAY JUSE BALL. Un account of thn lull Fort Wuyuo nud '1'olodo, at TuliHlu nust Kunday, tlut Wabiwh will run mi ox'carlaou to that city. Tin) train will lonvo thin city nt urriviuK in Tolodo ut 1 o'clock, umi Mil Iwivo Totndo at n'clouk In thu oveniiijj, hero at 11 o'cloult. Tho fata for tlio round trip will bo 11 at Mothora, wo jtnre n.na uso "Mra. AVIuiluw'tiSoothing Syrup" foryonr oblldron while cutting tooth. It ia thn bent romndv of all. Mivfand Sv THE PEOPLE'S STORE: In the very midst of Rood Summer Business, such as we arc having, when all Departments arc so complete, with new, desirablc'Summer Goods, we find invoicing time close upon us, and the time for us now also, to announce 1 Our Great SemhAtinua! Clearance Sale Commenced SATURDAY, JULY 9th, and Continues Till AUGUST 1st. Everybody knows what our SALES aro, you hrwo probably been waiting for our announcomont. OUR HALF-YEARLY SALES, overshadow everything el.o that others may attempt; tho same policy will bo carried out as heretofore, to make THIS SALE as great a success, as any previous ono. We wish to imprest) upon you, that everything in our store will bo sofd at SALE PRICES, whether advertised or not; apace will not permit us to advertise every aitlcle; but below wo mention a few Items from each department. Read the List and Prices Carefully. Every Article Strictly as Advertised. Extra Clerks Engaged for the Great Sale. o the groatfist No blame >r tho accident can ho attached to General auJ Luuil Gossip. T. H. Gallivan, Mckol Plato brakeinac, Is sick. H. Erase, Pittsburg ynril ginoer, ia sick and oH doty. Mrs.'H. IJ. UBjmold.1, wifo of tho Pennsylvania train dispatcher, ii jf quite ill. H. Gerkens, or tho PUtsburg shops, is off duty on account of an t Injured hand. T, R. Staploford, tlnnernt tlio flTiopa, is taking a lay off to atton to privato business. Perry Van ilutlno, yard fireman on the 'Pittsbarg, Jna rccovorci i from his rocont illness. John MoKinde, auporintondont o motive power of the Nickel Plato, at tho Wayno- BlftokHmith Henry Dryer baa i from a three weeks' illness oia employed in tho Fitlsbnr 10p3. Th9 floors of tlig. Ponnsylvan rooms are being ollod. Th mako them more sasi The VTalMwh' in the fli oek of -Tnly, (218.87S, an inototui om London, Ontario, whore they isitcd two D. F. Crawford, nasiittant motive wur saporintondont of tho Ponn Ivnnia. company, rotrirneil froiB east this morning. Charlos McCoy, of the Wabash 13 sick. Ho is a Kon of Foro- an .Tact McCoy, of tho erecting epartmont of tbo Wahush machlno hop. Engineer Unniel MoFee and Fire. inn Albright nro temporarily on ickio Plato engine 28. Thoir own i, Xo. G, has gone to tho shops or repairs. llrs. .1. B. AIlou, wife ot tho 'iokol Plato lirakoman, ig quite ck, und in consotiuenco tbat gen- oman has boon nnablo to work for Jays. Joo Buckloy, tho Bass blaok- to Us employ within tbirty iftor his Imnornblo discharge from tho service of thu y diKOlmrgo to tollow tho tormination of tho Suaniib. wur witbin a: ihlo time. POLICE'NEWS. 388 mtth shop, ,was prostrated by tbo ic.it on the strcots last night and iad to bo tnkon homo. He is bettor oday, but unable to work. Tho owners ol the Tolodo and Northwestern ha-vo dccidod to OK- end tho Ikia to Hanover, where it connect with tho Detroit, To- odo and Milwaukoo, a Brico lino. Within tho last thirty days iiino employes on tho Chicago and East- L Illinois hare boon discharged ;or using intoxicating %uorg con- trary to tho roles of tho company. Tho Standard 'Wheel company ia Laving now roofs put upon eorao oi its buildings. The company will never rnn the works again. In fact all machinery, has been rcniovid thoro'froiu. HOD. J.H, liasa arrirod borne Lnst night Sergeant Stevens and Officers White and Rohror raided tho rooms of Eva Boslior and ar- rested fonr women and five men. L'wo of tho girls aro dangbtnrs of respectable pirnnts aiitl were not broaght into police court this 'morn- ing, hnt wero released by tho may- or, as waij also 0110 of tho young men. The other six wore compelled to pay iTiino. Ono drunk, Jatucs Farrell, was soiit lo juil. Ho was released only fcatorday morning, ba-ving Eorved a :orm of tbirty days. Farrollisthe [ellow who attempted to nip some linnilkorcliiefs nt J. M. Katie's stora. OfJcer Hobbs this morning ar- rosttil two young fellows wjio frero bathing in tbo St. Mary's river near tho Van Baron street bridge. Com- plaint has been made to ,tho police of tbo continual 1mtiling of young men whilu nndo, and tbo autbort ties havo itotorminod to put a. stoi A GREAT -CHRISTIAN HOST Ten Tliunwml I BUFFALO, N. Y., July visiiorsto tb annual convention of tho Baptis Yonifg-People's union biwo rofiis tored at headquarters. The banner for work in tho bible course went to tho Oakland church of Pittsbnrg, Pa.; Mint for senior work in tlin Nicrod literaturu course, to tho font ill church of ilinneapolfs. TlmLo'pii' Lakonoiou n close ui the meo for its posses- Ilio morning Ibo "work- fry In (.-..nnctl" held a'tuuibor of Silks. GO piucos Figured India SilUs, Plaid Silka, Wash Silks, oto., that sold at fiOo, and 75C-, all rediicnd to 35c yd. !io piecoa Uhonty Bros., Figured Drosa Silks, wera 75o and 85o yd., allat50cyd. All onr Handsome Plaid Silka, Brocade and Fancy Silka, redaccd to 78c yd. All other Silks in this department at BALK Waists. In this department everything vo advertise, wo hnvo u good an-ortment of, and all sizes no odd ot3 of bnd sizes and poor styles, tutnow clioico on's goods, at tho nmo of yoar hey aro most nooded. Oar entire stook ,of 50o Shirt Waists, all aud choice tylea, will bo closed out at 3Bc All 00 Organdy, Dimity and Whito Plqne Waiais. etc., to bo closed out at BOc each. Onr entire stock of Fine fl.BO and (2.00 Waieta, to bo olosod out ut 98c 75 Misses' Shirt Waiak, all fine wore 73c each, closing ont at 3Dc Uress Goods. JOO nieces figured Lawns, woro ult nt 3c yard. JOQpiores figured [jiwis. Dim-os, Organdies, oto., that eold at o and ISJio yd, tho ontiro lot 003 on sale at Gc yd. The Rrofltoat bargain you ovor w. 150 iiiecos figured Orgnmlies, jnpiwts and Dimitlea, that sold 15o yd, choice of thn lot ni 7c yd. Oar outiro stock of Ugurod 4iwiis, Dimities and Org'iiidies, hat sold at IOC and 20o yd, all go lOc yd. All imported Orguiidiua, Mulls, c., that sold at 23c and 35o yd, minjj out at Sc Skirts. oOO nomesnnn I.inea Skirts ut 49 c "flfib. 200 Uotuospun Liinoa tikirta, woro f 1.25 and each, all at 9Sc each. All oar and fci.oo Homo pun Linuu Skirts reduced to ,39 eacb. All our S3.00anil fancy lomoapuii Lioon Skirts rudnoed o S2.25 each. Ono lot of dark Novelty Wool Sktrts, woro (3.00, closing out at S 1 .98 ouch. 50.23 black figured ilohuir Skirts at. .50 ouch. HOOnul Novnlty Wool Skirts ac S2.7C wich. black flgured ilohair Skirts nt 32.35 each. black figured and plain Mohair Skirts all reduced to S3.50 each, Black Chnviot. Sorgo Skirts, si k lined throughout, woro ?7.ui nnd each, roduccd to SG.90 oacli. white piqnu Skirts ro-dnccd to 79coach. SI. 50 pique Skirts rodncod to S 1 .2? white piqnu ro-dnced to unch. All black biocadod silk Skina roiluced to S3.76 each. All and black brocaded Bilk Skirts reduced to S5.0O onoh. All and black satin and nillt Skirts rudncod to and Ginghams. 10 cases Light Shirting Calicoes, Fancy Prints, Whito mil silver Grey Ualicoea, all at 3c yd. Our entiro Btoci of boat Fanoy Prints, Prints, IndiKo Bluo 'rintn and Simpson's Black und Whito and Silver Broy Calicoes, nil at 4c yd. a casta lOo Poicales at 5c yd. All and Ibo Porcalos at i Oc yd. Our Go and 7o Ginahams, all 5M. Table Linens. J 11 2oo and 30o Turkey 31 lo Linens reduced to 1 9c yd. j( All 25c Unbleached Table S OUH, at 2 1 c yd- S! 11 42o Tiible Linena, reduced W 3lcyd. '4 All EOo Tablo Linens, rednoed S 39c yd. All C2o and G7o Table Linena 3 ucedto All ?5oand 7Qe Tablo Linoun, ticad to 65C yd. J All Tablo Linens, reduced 9 79cyd. 5) Dress Goods. lODptecfls and Novelty Dross Goods, donblo width, werfl iflo and 26o yd., all go at 1 yfl-100 pieces Novelty Wool Dress Goods worth 35o yd., all go at 1 9c yd-1 no pieces Novolty Wool Dress Goods, all now stylos, that sold at 50c, C9oyd., all reduced to 39c yd, All onr 800 and ?l 00 yard Ira-ported Novelty Wool and Silk G -d Wool Dress Goods rodncod to 69c yd. Onr nntireatocl! ofbkok ant colored Dress Hoods, including Serges. Henriettas. Cloths, eto., all at SALE PKICES. yd. Oar lOo all at All 15o Zephyr Uinfehanw at 1 OC yd. All Black and Colored Satcong at SALE 3J All redcoed to 9 c- 'S All tl.35 Nankins, reduced to a .00 All Napkins, reduced to .50. ft Oar ontiro stock of Tablo oths and Table Sots at SALE g RICES. f All fauov Parasols that sold at each, choice of tho t for each. AU fancy Parasols that sold om to each, choice of ho lob for Black Bilk Umbrellas, nality, with steal rod, reduced o 79c each. Colored Silk Umbrellas, 53.00 ualtty, reduced to S2.2B each. Colored Silk Unihriillns, i nlity, reduced to oacli Cbildvnn's Panisols find nil Umbrelias at Sale Waists. All our and t-I.OO fancy Silk Waists, reduced to each. All our Fancy SilkWaisfe, also Black Satin and Silk Waists, reduced to S3, SO ainli. FanovSilk Wnisis, also Black Satin WaLsts, reduced to S4.98 ftich. All our and Silk Waists, choico for F. kilos yard wide Unbleached Sluplin. worth oo yd., at 3c yd. 10 bales yard wide Unbleached MuKlin, worth Co, at 4c yd, .10 bales yard wide Unbleached Muslin, worth 7o at 6C yd. 5 (uses "Hill" Bleached Muslin at 5c yd. Lonsilnlo and fruit of Bleached Huslin at 6c yd. 3 cases 0-1 Unbleached Sboet-injj worth ISo yd., at I Oc yd. '.'5 largo sixo, ready-made, bloachod Sheets at 39o each. All widfclis in Bleached and Unbleached Shoutings at SAL1 J 100 do7. largo size (lotton J ivero lOc, all go afc 7c oh. 100 doz. Linen, Hnok and atnosk Towels, were I5o and c each, all go at each. All onr fine Hock Damask wnls, that sold at 2jc, all go 2 1 c each. All hotter grades at -SALE RICES. Men's Furnishings. i i 100 dox. Mon'a Seamlosa Half Huso, were lOo pair, reduced to 1 -1 for 25C-i 100 doz. Men's Seamless lac i Half H030, reduced to I Oc pair. All HalE Hoso, including Wnyno Knit, rodncod to lOi J pair. ,t SOiloz. Men 'sand Boys' Uhov rot Working Shirts at file each during tho salo. All onr BOc Mon's Chovlot j Working Shirts, reduced to 39c each. 1 Mon's 50o Whito Shirts at 39c each. Men's All wool Bicycle Sweat-2 ers.woro each, closing out atSI.BOe.ich. 50 doz. Boya' 23o Shirt Waists, all reduced to 1 5c Etc. 100 pieces of Rib-bons, good fitylo, light Fluids, Ktripo-i, otc., tlmt sold nt 20o and 35c yd., all to go at 9o yd. 50 pieces splendid stylo Plaid Sash Ribbons, wore SOo nnd yd., all rodacod to 35c Yd. 20 pieces host quiility, doubl fncod Satin Sash Ribbons, a shades, were 75o uud fisi; yd reduced to 69cyd. la pieces oxlm wido Plaid urn Stripo Sash boantif goods, wore {1.00 and yt rcclncod to 75c yd. AU lOo Funs, reduced to 5 All Fans, reduced to 10 each. All Fang, roduccd to 1 9 Ladies' White Puff Ties all 1 9 All laces, LocoTlw, Collii Veiling, oto., at SALE Department. 100 domn Mo Snmmfir Corsets at 2Gc nach. 75 dozen Goo Summors Corsets at 39ceaoh. All our 75o Corsots reduced to SOc All our -sucli n Roynl; Worcester, It. ut G., War nor's. Kabo, Jackson, Armor-sido Ferris, oic., at 79c All Corsets reduced to SI. 00 Salo Pricos on all ilnsllu Underwear and 100 pieces good Twill Craah, nt 1 Xcyd. Brown Linen Crash, J 50 piocoa Brown Linen Crash, -as 60, at 6C yd. All SXo and Oo Crashes reduced to 7c yd. All lOo Crashes, nlaiu and check- at yd. All and 16o Crasboa, plain anil Chock, at 1 Oc yd. Buichor's Lhienu, Fronting Linens, oto., all at 3ALEPRICES. Covert cloth Bicycle a pieces, woro ?l. 50, closing ont at SB 1 .98. Euglish taoed Bicyclo suite, TToro ?10.00. closing out at S3.90. Ladies' all wool covert cloth suits, woro S7.50 each, closing out at S3.9O each. AU 10.00 fine travoliuK suits, ruducedto S7.50. nud fimt trav tiling suits, loducod to SIO.OO. Ladies' figured linen suits, wen ?3.00 each, tedncod to S 1 Etc. All Co and To Shirtings an( Gating Ulotbs, at EC yd. AU SXonnd lOoShittiuB and Outing Cloths at 7c yd. Mosijuito Notficyd.. or35c picco. Covort Cloth for Bicyulo Skirts 1 Oc yd. Cotton Ticking Douiras, Ulot-hs. Ciissimercs, etc all at SALE PRICES. Whito and Blae Bunting 3c ytl-L'ljin colored liuatiag for ma inc Flags n flc yd. U. R. Unriin Flnnii on slick anil all Misea of Wool Unutiu at BALE Department. Ail IDc and Fish Nets, Bilkolines and Dotted Swisses at yd. All 20s Fish Nets and Dotted Swisses at IBci'd., All 25o Fibh Nets, Dotted Swiss- oa anil Euibroidurod Curtain Nots at- 1 9C ytl. Figured Donims reduced to !2Xcyd. All Laco Curtains reduced. All and Lace Cor-tning reduced to S .25 pair. All 2.00 and 1 ACS Curtains and Portiera at S .50 pair. All ?3.00and Curtains and Vortiora nt S2.25 pair. All and (6.00 CurtainB and Portiors at pair. sna tS.OO Curtains and Porfiersnt pair; aioqnotto Ungs, small sizo, at 79c eacb. Rngs, tnodinm siw, itS1.5O each. JKxjnoUo Kugs, largo at onch. Stindo Curtains, Tapestry and Unholstory Goods all ftt SALE PIUUEa. Hats. All Children's 25o tiummor Hats at 1 9c ooch. AH Cliildren'a SOc Summer ut 39c each. All Ohililreu's Sl.OO rinmTner lints at 75c ench. All Children's Summer Hot? at SI. 19 ench. All Children's S2.CO Summer Hats nt S 1 .39 Underwear. 4 100 Ludiug' 15c RtblKjd S Vosffl at. Qc each. 7 150 Ladies' 20o Itibbcd Voitsat iGconch. All our 35o Lodioa' Vests ut 3 igcoaoh. Wen's 50o Balgriggon wear at Everything ulso in tho Under wrar doparlmont at SALE 5 All nnr 7ao Ijidios' Wrnpiicr reduced to 5Oc each All oar Wrappers {jo at 79c each All onr 23 go nt 9Bc onch All onr fli.OO Wmpnors go nt Spreads. 2 Whito Bed Spread. woro SSi1, at. 69c cnch. 1 ciso White Bed Klc. 100 doz. Einbroidorct llandkorchJcrs, worn l.'c. at 1 Oc ICO Ladies' Kmbroidorc Handkerchiefs, WITH a 75 don. Men's lOc Colored bor dor Uamliorclilofs, at GXc oaoh Saloprirort on all KTl) U LO dozen Children's fast black Hose, woro nxlnccd to BKc 100 dozen Cliildron's fust blaoL Hoso, wero 19c, reduced io All fHiiMrc-n'snod 'X 1 Ucwnt t 100 doiwii Ho? reduced to BJic 150 down IMioa' fall repaid UOKO, wore 2-10, at f Gc pstr 100 Ladies' HOC Uoso TO duccd to "a S Toilet Goods. ft Whito Soap, 2 1 c bos. S! Caslunero Boonot Soap, (snial g BiM) Babeakin Soon, (Occaho. Colgnteg Porfnuios, 1 9c oz. Crown Perfnmos, 39c and Capes. j Si'lo Prices on nil Unlio and MisBW1 1 Salo Pricos on nil Ladto. Bod Sproadii, rcduoot to S 1 .00 each. SALE PRICES on all bet (innlities. Al! India Linens. Virio La-wns, JlarseilltK. Pic nos, M nti.l nthor Whiter Uoods SALE SPECIAL NOTICE A-" WASH GOODS will be on sale at the Dress Goods counter- Sale commenced duly 9, and f 1 O? C? E 9 O I ri ti PEOPLE S STORE. BEADELL COMPANY.   

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