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   Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 15, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                                 Than Cosí!  Crash Suits.  $3.00 Grade that cost us $2.40, now (t^ | CT  to e:o at - = = - =  $4.00 Grade that cost us $3.25, now Oii  to go at = - - = ^^.Vlf  $5.00 Grade that cost us $4.40, now ^ Ä C  to go at = = - = = t^O.OO  $7.50 Grade that cost us $6.00, now (g C A A  to go at = = = = = ^PO.UVf  Serge  $4.00 Grade that cost us $3.25, now d!^ QA to go at = = = = =  $5.00 Grade that cost us $4.40, now ß CT  to go at = = » = =  Crash and Duck  $1.00 Grade that cost us 87 cents, now ^ to go at = = = = = ^  $1.50 and $2.00 Grades, now go at  SUt  Negligee Shirts.  50c and 75c Grade now to go at $1.00 Grade now to go at $1.50 Grade now to go at  4-:2 cts«. T3 ots. ^lAB.  Straw  .ess Than  Price.  BOY KILLED.  Another IlIii.st t ai.ioii oi the iJiiu-g^ers oi" Tra.iu .7 iiiiipiii^'.  JoliU Anderson (iroiiiid to S)«!jni i;t:Ui-;»tIi Car Wlu'tl-i Ht i:i<lgfv;n»- -I.niMl ami I't jMUJiil.  Orea A. Antles. a lad about fonr-teon years old, was iustantly killed by the cars at Kidgeville, Ind., yesterday afternoon. He attempted to climb upon a gravel train wlien it was in motion, lost his hold, fell and was Utterly cut into pieces by the •wheels. Four or five cars passed over the boy before the trainmen discovereJ him and could stoi) the train. The unfortunate lad Wcis a member of one of Ridgeville's leading families and the accident has thrown the citizens of that vilhige into the greatest .«-orrow. No blame for the accident can be attached to the trainmen.  General au<l i..o«:al GosKip.  T. H. Gallivan, Nickel Plate brakeman, is sick.  H. Kruse, Pittsbar^ yard engineer, is sick and off dut3^.  Mrs. H. B. Reynolds, wife of the Pennsylvania train dispatcher, is quite ill.  H. Gerkens, of the Pittsburg shops, is off duty on account of an injured hand.  T. R. Stapleford, tinner at the east shops, is taking a lay off to attend to private business.  Perry Van Alstino, yard fireman on the Pittsburg, lias recovered from his recent illness.  John McKinzie, superintendent of motive power of the Nickel Plate, is registered at the Wayne.  Blacksmith Henry Dryer has recovered from a three weeks' illness. He is employed in the Pittsburg shops.  The floors of the Pennsylvania -waiting rooms are being oiled. This is done to make them more easily cleaned.  The Wabash earned, in the first week (tf July, $218,87^« an increase  over the corresponding week of 18U? of sis,;mo.  <Va I'liibbs was overcome by the  hocil. yesterday affcornooa iit the  Bass bificksiniih shop and had to quit work.  Orders have lopn ^iwia that the sho])s of the Cincinnati, llamiltou and Dayton run nino hoars six days of the weelc.  Train Dispatcher SaTuuel Taylor and his son, itich.ird, liave returned from Loudon, Ontario, where they visited two Vv'eoks.  D. F. Crawford, assistant motive power suijerintendent of the Pennsylvania comi)any, returned from the east this morning.  Charles McCoy, of the Wabash shops, is sick. He is a son of Foreman Jack McCoy, of tlie erecting department of the Wabash machine shop.  Engineer Daniel McFeo and Fireman Albright are temporarily on Nickle Plate engine 2S. Their own engine. No. 6, has gone to the shops for repairs.  Mrs. J. E. Alien, wife of the Nickel Plate brakeman, is quite sick, and in conseciuence that gentleman has been unable to work for a few days.  Joe Bucklej-, of the Bass Ijlack-smith shop, was prostrated by the heat on the streets last night and had to be taken home. He is better today, but unable to work.  The owners of the Toledo and Northwestern have decided to extend the line to Hanover, where it will connect with the Detroit, Toledo and Milwaukee, a Brice line.  Within the last thirty days nine employes on the Chicago and Eastern Illinois have been discharged for using intoxicating liquors contrary to the rules of the company.  The Standard Wheel company is having new roofs put upon some of its buildings. The company wili never run the works again. In fact all machinery has been removed there from.  Hon. J. H. Bass arrived home  A GREAT CHRISTIAN HOST.  Ten Ih oil sand Delegates Atlemliug the B.  Y. I'. U. Convention in ISunklo.  bi i'falo, - N. Y., July 15.—Fully 10,000 delegates and visitors to the annual convention of the Baptist Young People's union have registered at headquarters. The banner for eonior work in the bible course went to the Oakland church of Pittsburg, Pa. ; that for senior work in the sacred literature course, to Lhe Poun h church of Minneapolis. The Looa Lake union was a close second in the race for its posses*  During the morning the "work-ers in oouncil" held a number of  from Now York this momzng. He is ready .for the finia deal in the reorganization of the Bass Foundry and Machine worJfes, which will be effected next Friday.  Frank Clemens, a carpanter, had the misfortune last evening to ctit a deep gash in his left foot with an adze. He was engaged in laying a new floor in the Waba.sli machine shop v/hcn ho met with the accident.  The present week there were repaired and turned out of the Pittsburg shops engines 152, 241, 246, 102 and 317, and taken in for re-l)airs engines 229, 154, 224 and 1, making twelve still undergoing re-X)airs.  Indianapolis Journal: "Passenger train men on the Pennsylvania lino v,'ere yesterday notified that they must discard tan shoes and wear vv ell-polished black shoes and dark or black neckties, instead of light ones. "  The Chicago and Erie has made Rochester, Ind., a division x)oint for its local freight and accommodation trains, and is putting in three miles of sidetrack and erecting a six-slall roundiiouse, so constructed as to be readily enlarged.  The Chicago and Eastern Illinois has just placed a contract with the Pittsburg locomotive works for seven coosolidated engines of the same typo as tho live built for that road recently, and which are performing satisfactorily.  The Erio has given notice of its withdravrnl from the Buifalo Railway Passenger committee, and in passenger circles it is thought to mean a rate war between Buffalo and New York city, and possibly to Chicago, Cincinnati anel other western points.  A beautiful Americ.in flag now waves from ii mast on the Berghoff brewery. Last night the ilag was unfurled with appropriate ceremony. It was purchased with money contributed by the employes of the Berghoft's. The comj)letion of tiie unfurling ceremony was announced bj^ cheers and the blowing of the brov7ory whistles.  President Ciiniif, of the Nickel Plate, will pass thorough the city on Xo. this evening, on route to Chicago. Tomorrow morning he commences an inspection of the Monon road iind will travel over the entire line by specilli train. In view of the fact that the Moiion is said to be for salo and that the Vanderbilts are said to want the property, Mr, Ca7iili"s trip IS not without its sig-niiicance.  Indianapolis .Journal : "The latest report is thai: it is the Wabash that is. seeking to secnvu eoiiirol ot the Monon. It certainly would be more valualjle to the Wabash than any road which has baou suggested, as it would lot tile Waljash into IjOuìs-ville, Indianapolis and tlio stone [Uiirrios of Bedford, and would rwally be a seuiùbìo deal. Still, there is the best of autJiority for ¡-aying that tho ^lonon i;-, not foi' sale. "  The inorit.s of the Bald^vin and the lirooks buibl of eiigines have b:jen a (¡uestion l or dispute among Monon engineers for some months, \'!ch online Jiavirig its fricind. Inu-TU6r(jas tests of speed and l.iauling power have boon made with the result that the Brooks engine can out run tlie Baldwin with tr;iin of five cars, bat when t wo or moro cars are added, tho Baldwin is the most speedy.  (ienei-al Huperintondent Magee has announced tlKit any einploye in present good standmg on tho Wabash rec(>rds dosi ring to erjiist in the 1 liited States army for the j^res-ent war with Spain, will retain liis standing record wi;,h the Wabash railroad, ])rovi'led that he rviturns to its orn])loy within thirty days liter his honorable discharge from Ghe service of the government, such ilischarge to follow the termination of the Spanish war within a reason-ible time.  POLICE NEWS.  ¡'olii-e K.ii.l Kva Huslior"« Ilooiiis ou J-Iitst ."Miiiii Sti'oet--Xoles.  hast ui^Lt Sergeant Stevoiis and ( )iiicer.s White and. Robrer raided the rooms of Eva Bushor and arrested four women and five men. Two of the girls are daughters of respectable x)arents and were not ]>rought into police court this morning, but were released by the mayor, as was also one of the young men. The other six were compelled to pay a fine.  One drunk, James Farrell, was sent to jail. He was released only yesterday morning, having served -ii term of thirty days. Farrell is the fellow who attempted to" nip some handkerchiefs at J. M. Kane's store.  Oiacer Hobbs this morning arrested two young fellows who- were bathing in the St. Mary's river near the Van Buren street bridge. Com-X)laint has been made to the police of the continual bathing of young men while nude, and the authorities liave determined to put a stop r,o it.  .B(tft«a;4lmlres CAe food pore,  MrJGmZeaome ajMf daiiofem.  POWDER  Absolutel/ Pure  - -  «0>AL B.M<INO POWDER CO., NEW VORK-  meetings at which many interesting papers were read. The councils holding meetings were organization, bible work, missions, social reform and junior reform. The con^n-tion proper was called to order shortly after 9 o'clock.  FOR THE SOLDIER BOYS.  A ISeiiciit I^awn Festival to be Given in the Near Future.  It is not a comforting matter to chronicle, but it is said to be true  'TOldiers seem to have been forgotten. -.......  This state of affairs has aroused some of the kind and patriotic Fort Wiayne ladies to ^tivity and a lawn festival will be held in the near future, the proceeds to be devote to the soldiers from this city. Mrs. Frank Alderman and. Mrs. George B. Crane have taken ihe initative and have invited the co-operation of the Hibernian Rifles to make the project a success. Last night a committee • from the Hibernian Rifles met a committee of ladies at the home of Mrs. Alderman and some of the preliminary details of the festival were arranged. The festival will be held at the Alderman home and one of the bands of the city will be present.  SUMMER NIGHT FESTIVAL.  Fort Wayne Turu-Vereln to Have an Out-Ing at Centllvre Park Monday.  Next Monday afternoon and evening the Fort Wayne Turn-Verein will give a grand concert and scholar picnic and summer night's festival at Centlivre park. There will be a concert by the City band from 2 o'clock until 6 o'clock in the afternoon. At 4 o'clock gymnastic games and athletic exercises will begin. Among the features will be the performance of Alfred Kresse, of Detroit, on the swinging rings. Professor Kresse has but one leg, but he is nevertheless an artist on the rings and his performance said to be marvelous.  EHEUMA^G PAINS.  Fortunes Squandered in Trjinfr to Get Relief From tlie Tortures of Rbeumatisni.  One to Five Dollars Will Care tho Most Savcro Cases of the Malady.  Inspired by the splendid American victory at Santiago the patriot-that the people of Fort Wayne are Master Wilbur Bloom, son of  not as solicitous for the welfare of the brave boys who have gone to the war as are the people of many other communities. The boys in camp at Chickamauga report that their comrades from other cities and other states are handsomely remembered by friends at home, receiving many boxes of delicacies and necessaries that the camp does  Undertaker Bloom, this morning burst all restraint and he raised a fine flagstaff at his home, 185 Columbia avenue, this morning. From the peak of the staff the stars and stripes are proudly floating in the cool breezes of the upper atmos-Ijhere.  People who have battled for years against the tortures of rheumatism and have spent fortunes in a vain effort to find relief may profit by the experience of Anton Bengert, living in Regina, N. W. T., Canada. He wrote to the maker of Gloria Tonic, the new remedy, that has attracted so much attenion of late, that he had been laid up nine years with a bad case of rheumatism. He invested three dollars with Mr. Smith for three boxes of Gloria Tonic, and they cured him completely p.nd permanently and in a letter to Mr. Smith wrote as follows: "I consider it my duty to inform you that 3 boxes Gloria Tonic cured me from rheumatism and recommend it to every sufferer from rheumatism. Ever since I was 20 I wa« suffering from this dreadful disease and am now 29 years and thank God and you that my health was finally restored. Yours, Anton Bengert, Regina, Assa, N. W. T., Canada, Feb. :>, lb97."  Gloria Tonic is made by John A. Smith, 24o Summerfield Church Building, Milwaukee, Wis., and is is ' for the cure of rheumatism only. Sold by all druggists at ^1.00 a box. A free .sample and testimonials of (xloria Tonic will bo mailed by writing direct to Mr. Smith at the above address.  LOCAL NEWS.  of IndianapoMs, ug store at 22 West  Put-in-Bay $1G0 round trip every not afford, wliereas the Fort Wayne Sunday via Wabash R. K_^tS  ICeal Kst^iie Trausfors.  Following i.s the lisc of real estate transfers as reported by the Dreibel-biss Abstract company :  township.  S. E. Barnett, et. al., to Susan B. Shonff, for $2,000, part of lot 1, Well's pre emption in Washington township.  Clay H. has opened a Main street.  Quite a nnmber of Ibrt Wajm© people will visit Winona, Satxarday and Sunday, to hear Dr. Talmago.  Arthur Greenish, a Purdue student, went to Payne, Ohio, yesterday to spend a ijortion of his vacation.  Mrs. D. Banks, of West Washington street, has returned home from a week's visit with relatives at South Whitley.  Miss Edna Rensellar gave a large picnic at Swinney park yesterday in honor of Miss Katie Fox, who is visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. B. Beaver.  Miss Kittie O'Brien, of the Home Telephone exchange, has returned to work after a two weeks' vacation spent at Michigan summer resorts.  Clyde Worman and brother have returned to their home in Kendall-ville, Ind., after spending a ploa.sant week with relatives and friends in the city.  When tho street improvoments now in i>rogress in tho south side are campleted the work will bo dedicated by a grand bicycle parade, in which the cyclists from all parts of the city will participate.  Extensive preparations are being j made by the St. Panl M. E. church for a lawn festival to be given on a ! beautiful lawn at tho corner of I Lillie street and East ('relghton ave-1 nue, on Tuesday and Yrednesday ! evenings of next v.-(-c,'!c. |  I There should Im sevonU i^ioro j drinking pificGS tit; T Lio 1foun,r<xirt in | Swinney })ark. J^ast nig}it tlie i crov,-d was so great visitors had to wait a long time before they could get a drink. This water i.s becom-  of Leipsio, Ohio, vi^iitedth«jrc«mer*8 sister, Mrs. C). BE. Lilloy, of West Main street, yesterday. Hunts  man and Master Thomas left this morning for Albion, , Ind., where they will si)end a few weeks.  Miss Delia Sellnaeyer, of Decatur, Ind., is the guest of Mrs. Henry Schwartz, of South Calhoun street.  Andrew Squires, of Cleveland, att-orney for the .Guardian Trust company, is in the city on legal business connected with the street railway company.  Miss Ada Minnich, an employe of the Paragon Manufacturing company, who lives at 52 North Harrison street, was feeding shirts into a steam roller pressor and in some manner her hand was caught between the heavy rollers and was drawn into the machine as far as her elbow. The tissues of the arm were badly bruised, but no bones were broken or crushed. Fortunately, too, the rollers were not hot, but were being used as a press, rather than an ironer, a^i they are generally used. Dr. Dinnen attended the injured girl and dressed the wounded arm  UTAH kiDNEY BEÁNS  AT 1-2 PRICE.  Men's summer underwear.  The Bell, 1-lfJ 18 Calhoun Street.  GO TO TOLEDO. SrXDAY P.ASE BALL.  On account of the base ball game wtween Fort Wayne and Toledo, at Toledo next Sunday, the Wabash will run an excurison to that city. Tho train Vv'ill leave thi.< city at ♦') arriving in Toledo at 10 o'clock, and will leave Toledo at S o'clock in the evening, arriving here at 11 o'clock. Tho fare for the round trip will be ^1.00. 11 3t  Tlic Grfut uu.-i  i^ladder S^me^y.  A certain care for Bri»;ht'« Disease, Diabetes, Dropsy, tf^n^ in Bladder. G^ Stoies, Infla«.-matioQ of KiOtieva or Iflati^r.'%coutin«ince of Uriu«», Reteuiinn iaUri « SedimentioUriii«. ^atdinit Uriae, Difficulty io Pisao« Urine, aod  Bed-WetUnfof riuklren.iih©«in«tim. Ih^i-  cal Swellings. Pains in the Back. Irritation and Pains in the Bladder. Pa>pitatioQ of the Hoart, Pains under the Sboolder-BladM, Extreme Pains in the Loin^-, Sal ow Cocnpletion. Bioich-es. Continuous Headache. Great Thirst.  »ewaro of Liquid Kidney ItomedieB! they contain Alcohol. Sick kidneys ?houM Pot be f;d on AlTOhol—it aggrtkrates the disease. Ltliah Kidney Be^ns are soUd- they are conceDtrated; and they act directly ou the kidneys  Roland Hull, an eminent olerwraan of the Baptist Church, residin*at WiUismsport. Tennessee, endorses Utwli Kidney Bean» for the Kreat reiiel his %vife receired from usin* tnem. Rev. Mr. Hull is known from one end of the btate of 1 enneasee to theother, haTiniib«en m the ministry for over half a century. Thia g;o<Kl man would not endorse a medicine or anything else unless he knew beyond the shadow of a doubt that it was worthy. Therefore, such endo'-sements give Utah Kida*y Beann a standing: that no other kidney remedy in the country has. Mrs. HuU received »reat benefit from the use of Utah Kidney Bmds- they ga ve her new stren«th-and new lif«. They wilI lift all suffereru from kidney troubies out of s^k beds and restore them Io vigorous health. .Mrongth begins to return after the lirat few doses.  D.^-i®^ Kidney Beana, made by the Turners of Philadelphia.  Turn«!-.' Little Liver Tamer»-A very small piir Tnrns your liver. A true laxative. Au atter-dinuer piH. As gentle as the dew  J. C. PELTIER,  [f illers, lie sure ana use 'Mrs. mg more popular every day. . ^ ,V Sootbmg Syrupfor your  Mrs. E. W. Huntsman, Mr.s. Balle j children while cutting teeth. It is Gerding and Master Thomas Shnlts, ' the best reniedv all. MavSeod.^w  Undertaker and Eiiibalmer.-^  I 7 West Wayne Street.  J. F. ZIMMERLY Si CO.,  Practical Plnmbers,  Gas and Steam Fitters.  NO 141 CALHOUN BTRfiiT  In the very midst of good Summer Business, such as we are having:, when all Departments are so complete, with new, desirable Summer Goods, we find invoicing time close upon us, and the time for us now also, to announce that.  earance Sale  'ti  •t'i-»^«'  Commenced SATURDAY, JULY 9th, and Continues Till AUGUST 1st.  Everybody knows what our SALES are, you have probably been waiting for our announcement. OUR HALF-YEARLY SALES, overshadow everything else that others may attempt; the same policy will be cairied out as heretofore, to iriake THIS SALE as great a success, as any previous one. We wish to impress upon you, that everything in our store will be sold at SALE P^^ICES, vyherher advertised or not; space v/ili not permit us to advertise every article;  but below we mention a few items from each departinent.  Rend the List and Prices Carefully. Every Artide Strictly as Advertised. Extra Clerks Engaged for the Great Sale.  Silks.  .00 i)ieccs Figured India Silks, Plaid Silks, Wa.sh iSilks, etc., that sold at 50c, 6-Xc and 75o, all reduced to 3äic yd.  LT) pieces Cheney Bros., Figured Dross Silks, were 75c and n5c yd., all at 59c yd.  All oar i<i.uO Hanclsome Plaid ¡Silks, Brocade and Fancy Silks, roduced to 7Qc yd.  All other Silks in this department at SALE PRICES.  ■«siSgi:;  A  ¿SW  h X r  V  st  Dress Goods.  100 pieces Fancy and Novelty Dress Goods, double width, were li}c and L'5c yd., all go at | 2Xc  yd.  100 pieces ISovelty Wool Dress Goods worth 35c yd., all go at ! 9c yd.  150 pieces Novelty Wool Dress Goods, all new styles, that sold at 50c, G2Xc and G9c yd , ail reduced to 39c yd.  All our S5c and $1 00 yard Imported Novelty Wool and Silk and Wool Dross Goods roduced to 69c yd.  Onr entire stock of black and colorcd Dress Goods, including Series, Ilenriettas, Cloths, etc., all at SALE PRICES.  Men's Furnishings.  100 doz. Men's Seamless Half Hose, were 1 Oc pair, reduced to 4 pair for 25c.  100 doz. Men's Seamless 15c Half Hose, reduced to | Oc pair.  All 25c Half Hose, including Wayne Knit, reduced to 19c pair.  50 doz. Men's and Boys' Cheviot Working Shirts at 2 I C each during the sale.  All our 50c Men's Cheviot Working Shirts, reduced to 39c each.  Men's 50c White Shirts at 39c each.  Men's All wool Bicycle Sweaters, were $3.00 each, closing out at S I . 50 each.  50 doz. Boys' 25c Shirt Waists, all reduced to | 5c each.  Underwear.  100 doz. Ladies' 15c Ribbed Vests at I Oc each.  150 doz. Ladies' 20c Ribbed Vests at I 5c each.  All our 25c Ladies' Vests at I 9c each.  Men's 50c Balgriggan Underwear at 39c.  Everything else in the Underwear dopartmenti at SALE PRICES.  Toilet Goods.  Egg White Soap, 2 | c hox. Cashmere Boquet Soap, (small size) I2%c.  Babeskin Soap, | Oc cake. Colgates Perfumes, 19c oz. Crown Perfumes, 39c oz.  Shirt Waists.  In tliis department everything I we advertise, we have a good as-^ soriment of, and all sizes ; no odd lots of bad sizes and poor styles, bulnevv^ choice styles, all this season's goods, at the time of year thoy are most noeded.  Oar entire stock of 50c Shirt Wai.sts, all sizes, and clioice styles, will be closed out at 25c each.  Ail our >^.00 Organd5^ Dimity and White Pique Waists, etc., to be closed out at 50c each.  Gur entire stock of Fine i^l.50 and ^2.00 Waists, to ho closed out at 98c each.  75 doz. Mi.s&es' Shirt Waists, all fine quality, were 75c each, closing out at 35c each.  Wash Dress Goods.  200 pieces ligured Lav»-ns, were 5c, all at 3c yard.  oOO piccGS iignrod L:iwns, Dimities, Organdies, etc., that sold at J0candl2>.;c yd, the entire lot goes on sale at 5c yd.  The greatest bargain you ever saw.  ir>0 pieces figured Organdies, Lappets and Dimities, that sold at 15g yd, choice of tho lot at  7c yd.  Our entire stock of ligured Lawns, Dimities and Organdies, that sold at lOc and 20c yd, all go at iOc yd.  All imported Organdies, Mulls, ¡etc., that sold at 25c and yd. ! closing out at J 5c yd.  3  Dress Si^irts.  I!  Parasols.  Silk Waists.  All our 75 and i^ LOO Fancy Silk Waists, reduced to $2.75 each.  All our 85.00 Fancy Silk Waists, also Black Satin and Silk Waists, reduced to S3.90 each.  All i)ur $!). 50 Fancy Silk Waists, also Black Sutin Waists, reduced to S4.98 each.  All our $<s.00 and i^lO.OO Silk Waists, choice for $5,90 each.  All fancy Parasols that sold at ^ .V2.00 and i?2.50 each, choice of the ' lot f.^r S I .25 each.  All fancy Parasols that sold from ^2.75 to $4.50 each, choice of the lot for SI. 98.  Black Silk Umbrellas, $1.00 quality, with steel rod, reduced to ^ 79c each.  Colored Silk Umbrellas, quality, reduced to S2.i25 ench.  Colored Silk l^mbrellas, quality, reduced to S2.90 «^'^ch  Children's I'arasols and all Umbrellas at Sale Prices.  Corset Department.  Ribbons, Etc.  100 i)ieces of wide Fancy Ribbons, good style, light Plaids, Stripes, etc., that sold at 29c and 35c yd., all to go at | 9c yd.  50 pieces splendid style Plaid Sash Ribbons, were 50c and r.2%c yd., all reduced to 35c vd.  20 pieces best quality, double faced Satin Sash Ribbons, all shades, were 75c and H5c yd., reduced to 59c yd.  12 pieces extra wide Plaid and Stripe Sash Ribbons, beautiful goods, were $1.00 and $1.25 yd., reduced to 75c yd.  All 10c Fans, reduced to 5c each.  All I5c Fans, reduced to | Oc each.  All 25o Fans, reduced to f 9c each.  Ladies' White Pulf Ties all | 9c.  All Laces, Lace Ties, Collars, Veiling, etc., at SALE PRICES.  Handkerchiefs, Etc.  100 doz. Ladies' Embroidered. Handkerchiefs, were 15c, at IOc.  100 doz. Ladies' Embroidered Handkerchief.s, were 20c, at l2Xc.  75 doz. Men's 10c Colored border Handkerchiefs, at 6%c ea^h. Sale prices on all KID GLOVES.  100 dozen 50c Summer Corsets at 25c each.  75 dozen 65c Summers Corsets at 39c eacli.  All our 75c Corsets reduced to  50c.  i All our $1.00 Corset.-;, such as Royal, Worcester, R. & G., Warner's, Kabo, Jackson, Armoi'side, Ferris, etc., at 79c.  All i^l.25 Corsets reduced to  S I .CO.  Sale Prices on all Muslm Underwear and Embroideries.  500 Homespun Linen Skirts at 49c e;Lch.  200 Homespun Linen Slcirts, wore ^1.25 and $1.50 each, ail at  98c each.  All our $1.75 a.nd ^^2.00 Homespun Linen Skirts reduced to  S i .39 each.  All our ^;>.00 and 5^2.20 fiincy lioTuospun Linen Skirts reduced to S2.25 eacli.  One lot of dark Novelty Wool Skirts, were closing out at  S 1.98 each.  1^2.25 black figured Mohair Skirts at S J .50 each.  $1.00 and $1.50 Novelry Wool Skirus at S2.75 each.  $;5.00 black iigurcd Aloliair Skirts at ' S2.2D each.  $4.50 black ligtred and plain Mohair Skirts all reduced to  S3.50 each. § Black Cheviot Serge Skirts, |l silk lined Throughout, were $7.50 N and $i5.50 each, reduced to I S5.90 each,  g $1.00 white pique Skirts re-I duced to 7Sc each.  I $1.50 whito pique .Skirts re-^ duced to Sir ijv'' rach.  g $2.7;'. white piquH ,• ro-  i: duced to caoli.  H Ail $5.<iu black brocaded silk i. Skir's reclaced to S3.75 I All $').50 and $7.0ij black bro-^ Ciidod silk Skirts reti need to Ì S5.00 eacli.  I Ail $<.50 and $10.!;() black sariu g and silk Skirts reduced to 5 S6.90.  Calicoes and Ginghams.  10 Cases Light Shirting (.'alicoes. Fancy PrinTs, Black and White and Silver Grey Calicoes, all at 3c yd.  ()ui- entire stock of best Fancy Print.'^, Red Prints, Indigo Blue Prints and Simpson's Black and Vrivito and Silver Grey Calicoes, all at 4c yd.  ca.ses 10c Percales at 5c yd.  All and 15c Percales at  iOc ."1.  Í >ar iic and 7c Ginghams, all at 5c y<!-  Our IOc Ginghams, all at 8' jC  ya  All 15c Zephyr Ginghams at IOc .Td.  Ai! Black and Colored Satcons at KALE PRICES.  Domestics.  5 bales yard wide I'nbleachad 2»luslin, worth 5c yd., at 3c yd.  10 Ixiles yard wide I'nbloached Mus'iu, worth Gc, at 4c yd.  io bales yard wide Unbleached ■slin, worth 7c at 5c yd. 5 CMbOs "Hill" Bleached Muslin at 5c yd.  Lonsdale and Fruit of Loom Bleached Muslin at 6c yd.  cases 0-4 Unbleached Sheeting worth 15c yd., at 1 Oc yd.  25 do/, large size, ready-made, bleachoil Sheets at 39c each.  All v-idths in Bleached and I'nbleached Sheetings at SALE PKICES.  Table Linens.  All 25c and 30c Turkey Red Table Linens reduced to | 9c yd.  All 25c Unbleached Table Linens, at 2 I C yd.  All i2c Table Linens, reduced to 3 i c yd.  All 50c Table Linens, reduced to 39c yd.  All t')2c and t)7c Table Linens reduced to 50c yd.  All 75c and 79c Table Linens, reduced to 65c yd.  Ail $1.00 Table Linens, reduced to 79c yd.  Napkins.  All $1.00 Napkins, reduced to 79c  All $1.25 Napkins, reduced to SI.GO  All $2.00 Napkins, reduced to S5.50  Our entire stock of Table Cloth.^ and Table Sets at SALE PRICES.  Towels.  100 doz. large ' size Cotton Towels, were 10c, all go at 7c each.  100 doz. Linen, Huck and Damask Towels, were 15c and I7c each, all ^o at | c each.  All our fine Huck Damask Towels, that Sv»id at 25c, all go at 2 I c each.  All better grades at SALE PRICES.  Ladies' Suits.  Children's Hats.  All Children's 25c summer Hats  at  All Children's Hats at  All Children Hats at  All Children's Hats at  All Children's Hats at  I 9c each. 50c Summer 39c each. $1.00 Summer 75c each. $1.50 Summer $1-19 each. $2.00 Summer S 1.39 each.  (.'overt cloth Bicycle suits, | pieces, wore $4.50, closin.cr out a.t i;  S! .G3.i  Eogli.sh tweed Bicycle suits, ji were 110.00. closing out at i  S3.90.  Ladies' all wool covet-t cloth suits, were $7.50 each, closing out at S3.90 each.  All $10.00 fine traveling suits, roduced to S7.50.  All $12.50 and $15.00 fine traveling suits, reduced to $ j O.OO.  Ladies' figuxed linen suits, were $3.00 each, rtiduced to S 1.98.  Shirtings, Etc.  All f.c and 7c Shirtings and Outing Cloths, at 5c yd.  AJl b'.:cand 10c Shirring and Outing Cloths at "c yd.  Mosquito Net5cyd., or 35c piece.  Covert Cloth for Bicycle Skirts,  ! Oc yd.  Cotton lilannels. Tickings, Denims, Cloths, Cassimeres, etc., all at S.VLE PRICES.  Red, White and Blue Bunting,  Wrappers.  Hosiery.  100 dozen Children's fast black Hose, were 12%c, reduced to • S>::CPair.  100 dozen Children's fast black Hose, were 19c, reduced to  i 2%C pair  All Children's and Ladies' 25c Hose at I 9c pair.  100 dozen Ladies' 12%c Hose reduced to 8%c pair.  150 dozen Ladies' full regular Hose, were 25c, at | 5c pair. * 100 dozen Ladies' 20c Hose reduced to 12%c pair.  All our 75c Ladies' Wrappers reduced to 50c each.  All our $1.00 Wrappers go at  79c each. All our $1.25 Wrappers go at  98c each. All our $2.00 Wrappers go at  S1.50 each, j!  3c yd.  Plain colored Bunting tor mak-inir Flags a Qc yd.  I . S. Muslin Flags on sticks, and rJl sizes of Wool Bunting FJai.--. at SALE PRICES.  Jackets and Capes.  Sale Prices on all Ladies' I an<l Misses' Jackets. J Sale Prices on all Ladies' j Capes.  Bed Spreads.  2 cas«.'s White Bed Spreads, were N9c, at 69c each.  1 case White Bed Spreads, were $1 00, at 79c each.  All $'..25 Bedspreads, reduced to S I .OO each.  SALE PRICES on all better qualities.  All India Linens, Victoria Lawns, Marseilles. Piques, Mar-salia and other White Goods at SALE PRICES.  Crashes.  100 pieces good Twill Crash, at 3%c yd.  100 pieces Brown Linen Crash, was 6c, at 4).2C yd.  50 pieces Brown Linen Crash, was Sc, at 6c yd.  All c and 9c Crashes reduced to 7c yd.  Ail 10c Crashes, plain and check at SV.iC yd.  All 12Xc and 1.3c Crashes, Xjlain and Check, at I Oc yd.  Batcher's Linens, Fronting Linens, etc., all at SALE PRICES.  Curtain Department.  All 10c and 12%c Fish Nets, Silkolines and Dotted Swisses at  8';:'c yd.  All 20o Fish Nets and Dotted Swisses at | 5c yd.  All 25c Fish Nets, Dotted Swisses and Embroidered Curtain Nets at I 9c yd.  Figured Denims reduced to I2%cyd.  All $1.00 Lace Curtains reduced to 79c pair.  All $1.50 and $1.75 Lace Curtains reduced to S i .25 pair.  All 2.00 and $2.50 Lace Curtains and Portiers at $ | .50 pair.  All $3.00 and $3.25 Curtains and Portiers at S2.25 pair.  All 15 00 and $6.00 Curtains and Portiers at $3.90 pair.  All 17.50 and $8.00 Curtains and Portiers at $5.90 pair.  Moquette Rugs, small size, at 79c each.  Moquette Rugs, medium size, at S 1.50 each.  Moquette Rugs, large size, at $2.75 each.  Shade Curtains, Tapestry and Upholstery Goods all at SALE PRICES.  SPECIAL NOTICE wash goods wm be on sale at the Dress Goods counter. Sale commenced SATURDAV, July Q, and continues  till August 1.  THE RBOPLE'S STORE, beadeu & company.  Í   

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