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   Fort Wayne Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1898, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               Dissolution Than Cost! Crash Suits. Grade that cost us now to go at Grade that cost us now to go at Grade that cost us now to go at Grade that cost us now to go at COATS AIND VESTS.- Grade that cost us now to go at Grade that cost us now to go at..... Crash and Duck Trousers. Grade that cost us 87 cents, now to go at and Grades, now go at 73c Negligee Shirts. 50c and 75c Grade now to go at 42 cts. Grade now to go at 73 cts. Grade now to go at BOY KILLED. Another Illustration of the baa- gen of Traiu Jumping. urouud to IVuth Car Whrrlrt At und FcnuiDiil, Orea A. Antles. A lad about fonr- L teen years old, was instantly killed the oars at Ridgeville, Ind., yes- ay afternoon, Ho attempted to limb upon a gravel train when it i in motion, lost his hold, fell and raa Utterly out into pieces by the Irheels. Four or five card passed the boy before the trainmen end him and could stop the The unfortunate lad was a ember of one of Ridgeville'a load- families and the accident has i the citizens of that Tillage pto the greatest sorrow. No blame tho accident can be attached to trainmen. T. Plato on- nod Local B. Gallivan, Nickel a, is sick. E. Kruse, yard r, is sick and off duty, MM. H. B. Reynolds, wife of the Pennsylvania train dispatcher, is rite ill. H. Gerkens, of the Pittsbnrg ihops, ia oft duty on account of an injured hand. T. K. Stapleford, tianer at the east taking a lay off to attend to pttate bmdneas. Perry Van Alstine, yard fireman on the Ptttebflfg, his recovered from hia recent illness. John MoKliiailn, superintendent of f nwttTe power of the Nickel Plate, is I kt UM Wayne. h Henry Dryer has re- from a three weeks' illness. employed in the Pittebnrg The of the I rooms are being oiled. Thia makethetn tnore easily The WftbMdl Maed, in the flnt y, W18.87B, antaoreiM over the corresponding Treek of 1897 of 10. (ira Phihbs was overcome by the heat yesterday afternoon nt the Bass blacksmith shop and had to quit work. Orders have been {-.ivon that the shops of the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton run nine honrs six days of the week. Train Dispatcher Samuel Taylor and his son, Richard, have returned from London, Ontario, where they visited two weeks. D. F. Crawford, assistant motive superintendent of the Penn. sylvnnia company, returned from the east this morning. Charles McCoy, of the Wabash is sick. He is a son of Fore- man Jack McCoy, of the erecting department of the Wabash machine shop. Engineer Daniel MaFee and Fire- man Albright are temporarily on Nickle Plate engine 38. Their own engine, No. 6, has gone to the shops for repairs. Mrs. J. E. Allen, wife ot the Nickel Plate brakeman, quite sick, and in consequence that gen- tleman has been unable to work for a fo'.v daya. Joe Buckley, of the Bass black- 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 ex- tend the line to Hanover, where it will connect with the Detroit, To- ledo and Milwaukee, a firioe line. Within the last thirty days nine employes on the Chicago and East. em Illinois have been discharged for using intoxicating liquors con- trary to the roles of the company, The Standard Wheel company is having new roofs pnt niton some of buildings. The company wiii never ran the works again. In taut all machinery has been removal there from. Hon. i. H. BMB arrived hotun from New York this morning, lit- te ready for the final deal in the re- organization of the Bass Foundry and Machine works which will Voted next Friday. Clwiums :i fttrp mtor, hiid o luisf, Jus: :n cut :i vp in hii loft wit'.i iin he thcro rt> tmirt'-l :uri tarnml out 1'itts uiit-iims 1 '.'11, nnd "i T. ami tiihiTi in fur pairs l.'i I, V.M and 1, pairs. Her train iiii a tl.n lini! -.vi-ri! KoytJ hutkm the loud tout. polishiil iiLu-k 'i-k ntvktu's ,-hn.if and! sho's nn.l of POWDER Absolutely Pure soldiers wojii gotten. This state of to Iwvo for- afl.urs lius 1 soiun of tho kind :ind patriotic Fnr: Way no laditw to activity and ;i 1-iviii I'l'StiVul U- lli' CUM jir.KTt-d-i thn M.II.IITS from i'Viink nil 1'.. Crar.i' hav-i t Illll I'UV.i 1'iVlii d ti. liilu rnuin (he lillKIMATH' TAIN'S. Poi'limc- to Ccl Iti'livf Prom tin- Tor- III' Kllflllll.il i-IH. LOCAL XKWS. Si-trf, Mo :it .ir.i l-t ;l i- -i, iillillllttl'll killiH intit il culiiiiiit'i Mrs. 111, II. Mr- MiM.-r i S'lliiU'wr. li I'liiM ,-f 'I! street. M I) WITH ihn hoinii i if of thn i 'in' d'-tiva! will Ii. I man honin iii'.d (.in' tho fit v will iiri' Aldi and nary dotnils .irraii'ji'd. at thn r thi' bands i.f i Mi t-etiiiss nt which many H impnrs rond. Tho "'ho and Krin h.w niadii KocJv-toi-, n divisinn p--iiit fir its lo'V: tri'iiiht and :icc..mmodation trains, and it. iiiutini; thrio of --idiifrjtv an.i nre.-tins a six-mall ar.d junior Tl roundhouse, s-icon.-tructwl us to bo! ti.ia proper WSK i.-alW readily enlarged. "hortly after y o clock. SUMMER NIGrtT FESTIVAL. Wnjiii- ll.iir lnif ..t C, l-.i-li Next Mi'nd.iy aud nvr-'i- iiiK l-'orr Way n.' will itivc a Ljrand and scholar ]iirnic and suiiimcr festival at Contllvrn jiark. 'riicr-i will bo ii i-onrert by fin City from '_'' o'clock until 'i in Cii.i niter TIIV duty t-i i i i.urii! Toiiir in'i-ni. H.. invi'.jfml witli Mr. Smith !'or Olori.i Tonic, and Hid in a to Mr. it.i follow-- "I you tliat ired !rom Mus Kdna j at I I nur nf MI-.S ni: hrr Mr-1, an 1'iiiployo ot com North Hurri- >''iirt- into a and in wi-- "aught be- rollers an.! was machine as far as n vm. '.t and i DI-: atblt'ti" will to onlur The Inoatjo and Eastern Illinois has iu-: Ji'.aced a contract wlih th( locomolivo works for seven consoli'lnted nnyitios of tbn saint! HS the live built for that road jereufly, and which aro per- forminsj i-atiHfni-torily, The Krin has uoticn of its Withdrav.ai from :lu> llulTalo liiiil- wny Passenger committee, ntsd pas-'seugor circk's it is tu moan a bot-ween Uuffalo and Xow York city, nnd possibly to Chicago, Ciiieitinati and othor west- ern points. A beautiful American now waves from a mast on the Berghoff brewery. Ijast night tho Hag was unfm-led with appropriate ceru- rnony. It was purchn.snd with money contributed by the employes of tho Uorjjhofi's. Tho comjiletion of the nufuriiHK cerotnony waa an- nounced by cheers and tho blowing of tho brewery whistles. President Caniff, of tho Nickel I'liite, will pass through tho city on N'o. this evening, en route to Chi- Tomorrow morning he cora- taenccs an insppction of the Motion ro'id and will travel over tho entire lino by special train. In view of the fact that the Mooon is said to be for sain aud that the Yandorbllti ;ire said to want the property, Mr. jRiiiiTV trip is not 'Without its InJianiiuolin Journal: "The latest report is that it is thn Wabash that is seeking to secnrn control of the Monun. It certainly would be more valuable to the Wabash than any road which bus bsc.n suggested, as it would let the Wabash into Louis- ville, IndianapMit! and the stone of Bedford, and would bo n sensible deal. Still, there is tho best of authority for saying that the Monon is not for sale." Tho meritH of the Baldwin and tho Brooks build of engines have b'Stm ft question for dispute among Monon engineers for some engine having it? friend. Xu- merous tests of speed and hauling power have been made with Ihe re- sult that tho Brooks engine can ont run th" Baldwin with a train of five cars, but when two or more am added, tho Baldwin is the most speedy. (ieneral Superintendent Mftgee has announced that any employe in present g.iod standing on tho Wa- bftsh records desiring to enlist in the Tnited rttites army for the pres- ent war with Spiiin, will retain his record with the Wnbash provided that he returns to its employ within thirty ifter his honorable discharge from tho cervice of the (joverntnent, such ,liscluirgo to follow the termination of the Spanish war within n reason- kble time POLICE NEWS. i'ultrc KvA Itunhor'H tCoonu on Kiut Lm.t uifjht .Sergaint Stevens and Officers White nnd Rohrer raided tho rootutt of Eva Buuhor and ar- rosttxl four women and five men. Two of the girls arc daughters of respectable parents and were not brought into police court this morn- 'j, but were released by tho may- or, es was also one of the young men, The other sis were compelled to pivy a fine. One drunk, James Farrell, was sont to jail. He waa released only yestiirday morning, having sorred'a term of thirty dayn. Farrell is the fello w who attempted to nip some handkerchiefs at J. M. Kane's store. Officer Hobbs this morning ar- restcd two young fellows wjho were bathing in tho St. Mary's river near Ihe Van Boren street bridge. Com- plaint haa beoa made to tho police of tbo Continual bathinj; of young men while nude, and tho authori- ties have determined to put a r-o it. A GREAT'CHRiSTlAN HOST. 1 nomanil 11. T. Contention In B; ..-FAJ.II, N. y., July delegates and visitors to the annual convention of the Baptist You.tg People's union have rogm- tared at headquarters. The banner for senior work in the bible course wont to tho Oakland church of Pa.; thut for senior work la the literature course, to iLu Koni i 'i church of ilinueapolis. iTtioLo'.ri Lake nnlon was A clow the race for its posses- the morniug the "work- ers in c-nncil" held a nrnnbor of FOR THE SOLDIER BOYS. A Ittuilil Litfin KMtU.il iu IHI the Ni-ar It is not a comfordng nmtter to c'urOnicle, but it is paid to lift true t hut tlio people of Fort Wayim are ti'i; as solicitous for the welfare of thn brnv.' boys who have s.'onn to communitie.-i. The boys in their comrades from other cities re handsomely friends af home, re- ceiving many boxes of delicacies and necessaries that the camp does not afford, whereas Fort Wayne tho performance of Hrw.su, bu.. r.ii.ivav loiiiiiani in." ir'-r.'i at A la Mirmi !hc .M-i Jiaiiv, -.vho a a lari-.i .-tr-nr, wa  Mi- Hall bamttl 'i I Kidney tuiltiewllb. ,11, from klducy ual of I, Uwm to vijumui, liMttli. NK.II ;u Iwmg an a press, j b' o( rather tiian :tn ironer, iis the; .'.ronerallv w lendi'd thn injiirod i the wicuilnd urin Hro i at-1 ;md dressed iv 1 ..H-r.dlNi l.lv.r Professor kresso has but he is nrtverthelns- thorlnip, and his said to be marvelous. 1 artist by tho splendid Ameri- can victory at Santiago tint iMii of Master Wilbur liLntu, son ut' Undertaker Bloom, thi  i if rht'iiinatisiii only. S'.ld by all ilMUgKfs at ll.OM u b A free and tistirnonials of Ol'sriM IViiir will bo mulled by ditiv: to Mr. Smith at thti iciiti'd by which tl thrt city v.'iil participate. are tnadti by tho St. I'.inl M, K. church for a liuvtt festival to bo given on a ix'jiutiful lawn at thn corner of nn.l AT l-i> I'UK'E. summer utiderwi-ar TliK UKI.I.. lit- 1" Ca'ihoun Stri' J. C. PELTffiR, ..n r.l m TO SIXDAY BASE HALL. ('a account of the base bill Fort Wayne and Toledo, at Toledo next Sunday, the Wabash will run an oxcnrison to that city. The train will leave this city at i'i arriving in Toledo at Id o'clock, and will leave Toledo at s o'clock in tho evening, arriving here at 11 o'clock. The fare for the round trip will H at triiLisf. rs as repotted by the Dreiixil-' Swinnov 'nrk ui.'lit thd biss Abstract company i Wait a tiiint In fore "hey could S. E, Harnett, M. to Susan U. a 'Iriiik. This water is becoin- Shtwff. for jart of lot 1, i'.K taon, popular evf.-y day. pro empi ion in Washington! Mrs. K. Haawinn. Mrs. 1X10 children while cutting teeth. It is 17 West Wayne Street. J. F. lording !tnd Master Thomas Khults, I the beat re.'fpdTnf all, ZINMERLY i Practical Plumbers, and Steam MO IU CALHOUN BTBUT m 13jjhJ _ _ _ I THE PEOPLE'S STORE.! In the very midst of good Summer Business, such as we are having, when all Departments are so complete, with new, desirable Summer 52 Goods, we find invoicing time close upon us, and the time for us now also, to announce Our Great Clearance Sale m Commenced SATURDAY, JULY 9th, and Continues Till AUGUST 1st. 38 Everybody knows what our SALES are, you have probably been waiting for our announcement. OUR HALF-YEARLY SALES, overshadow everything else that 45% others may attempt; tho same policy will be carried out as heretofore, to make 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 PRICES, whether advertised or not; space will not permit us to advertise every article; jSv but below we mention a few items from each department. ______ Kead the List and Prices Carefully. Every Article Strictly as Advertised. Extra Clerks Engaged for the Great Sale. Silks. pieces Figured India Silks, Plaid Wash Silks, etc., that sold at fiOc, and 75o, all reduced to 35c yd. 23 piece.-! Chewy Bros., Figur- ed Dress Bilks, wore 75c and yd., nil at BBc yd. Allonr Handsome Plaid Bilks, Brocade and Fancy Silks, reduced to 79c yd. All other Silks" in this depart- ment at SALE PEICES. Dress Goods. ino pieces Fancy and Norelty Dress Goods, double width, were lilo and 25c yd., all go at [Z'Ao yd, 100 pieces Novelty Wool Dress worth 350. yd., all go at IM pieces Novelty Wool Dress (iuods, nil new styles, that sold at ro, dnced to 39c yd, All our Soc aud 00 yard Im- ported Novelty Wool and Silk and Wool Dress Uoods reduced to 69c yd. Our ontire stock of black and colored Dress including Korgiw, HrniriPttM, Cloths, etc., all nt KALE PKICES. Men's Furnishings. 100 doz. Men's Bedmless Half IIiisi-, ivtiro lOcpair, reduced to puir for 25c- 100 Ao-t. Men's Seamless 15c Half Hoi-ift, roduceil to pC pa'r. All 3oc Half Hose, including Wivyno Knit, reduced to pair, 50 Mftn's Boys' Chev- iot Working Shirts at 21 c each during the salo. All our 50c Men's Cheviot Working Shirts, reduced to 39c each. Men's uOc White Shirts at 39c each. Men's All wool Bicycle Sweat- ers, -were ftt.OOeadi, closing out ot 01 .BO ftach. 50 doz. Boys' 23o Shirt Waists, all reduced to I Be each. Underwear. 100 Ladies' isc Ribbed Vesta at Oc each. l.Mi dirt. Udira' I'Oc Verts ftt i Sc each. All our Lndies' Vosts at I9c woh. Men's r.0e Ralgriggan Under- wear at 39 c Everything clso in the I'ndpr- at SALE Toilet Goods. Kgg White Soap, 2 1 C box, Cashmere Roquet Soap, (small Babeskin Soap, Oc cake. (Jolgates Perfumes, 1 9c OK. Crown Perfumes, 39c oz. Shirt Waists. In this department everything we advertise, we Imvo a good as. sortmimt of, and all sizes no odd lota ol bad sizes and poor butuow choice style? jtea- son's goods, at the time of year they are most needed. Oar entire stock of 50c Shirt Waists, all sizes, and choice styles, will be closed ont at 2Bc each. All our 1.00 Organdy, Dimity and White Pique Waists, etc., to be closed ont at 6Oc each, Onr ontire stock of Fino and IL'.CO Waists, to IKJ closed out at 98c each, 73 Misses' Shirt WnUtti, nil fmo quality, worn 73c our-h, out at 36c each. Wash Dress Goods. 2GO pieces figured Lawns, wore all at 3c yard, ailO pieces iigurod .Lawns, Dim- j ities, Organdies, etc., that told iit lOc and 1-J.Jc yd, the entire lot j goes on sale at 5c yd. 1 The Rroatest bargain you uver pieces figured Organdies, Lappet.i and Dimities, that sold at 15c yd, choice of tho lot at 7c yd. Our entire s-tock of iigurod Lnwus, Dimities aud Orgnndies, that sold at and 20c yd, all go at (Oc yd. All imported Organdies, .Mulls, etc., that sold at !i5c and yd, closing out ut 16c yd. Silk Waists. All our and if 1.00 Fancy Silk Waists, reduced to each. All our FanrySilkWaist.s, also Black Satin and Silk Waists, reduced to S3.90 each. also Blnrk Satin Wnists, reduced tu All utir and Silk Waists, choice for S5.9O eadi. i Parasols. All fancy Purasols that sold at J'-'.UO nnd each, chcicn of thn lot for S .25 each. All fancy I'rW.isols that sold from to ishoicoof thn lot, for ,98. Blnrk .Silk Umbrellas, fl.CU iitiality, with stoel rod, reduced to 79c oauh. Colored Bilk Uuiort-llas, (juivlity, to S2.25 onch. (.'nlnrwl Silk I'tubriillns, T.'i reality, reduced to S2.9O oat-h Children's Panmnls and nil 1'nibrellns at Sale Prices. Ribbons, Etc. 100 pieces of widt< Fancy Kill- bons, good style, liiHit Stripes, etc., that sol 1 at -'iic and yd., nil to go ftt 19c yd. 50 pieces splendid stylo I'laid Sash Kibbons, were nnd yd., all reduced to 35c Vd. i'0 pieces best (lunlity, double faced Satin Sash Kibbons, all shades, -were and reduced to 69c yd, IS pieces extrn wide Plaid nnd Stripe Sash Ribbons, beautiful goods, were and yd., reduced to 7Bc yd. All I'.KJ Fans, reiluced to 5c each. All i.'ic Fans, reduwd to each. All 25o reduced to each. Tvidies' White Puff all 19c- All Laces, Tins, Veiling, etc., at SAI.K PRICKS. Corset Department. 100 doisen SamniPr Corsets at 25c each. doxon fiSc Corsets at 39c t'acb. All our C5iiwets reduced to 5Oc. All our 1.00 Corsets, such HN lloyal. Worcester, li. ,V (4., War- ner's, Kabo, .lackson, Arniorsido, Ferris, etc., at 79c. All Corsets reduced to S1.00. Sale Prices ail Muslin 1'nderwear and Krnbroideries. Dress Skirts. Uomespon Liuon Skirts at 49C each. 200 Homespun linen Skirts, all at 98c each. All our and fi'.OO Homo- spun Linen Skirts roducod to S1.39 each. All our and jw.ii fancy Hotnespun Linen Skirts roduoed to S2.25 each. One lot of dark Novelty Wool Skirts, were fri.OO, closing'out at S1.98 each. ?i.2j black flgnred Mohair Skirts at Novolty Wool at S2.76 mob. black figured Mohair Sliirts ut S2.S5 each. ft.aO black figured nnd jilain Muhair Skirts all reduced to S3.BO each. Bluck Cheviot SkirUs, silk hnnd throughout, were nnd eiich, reduced to S5.9O each. 00 whitti piqr.u Skirts re- duced to 79c Oac'ii. white piqnft Skirts re. ducod to SI white piquti "in re- dutvd to Sa.'tO each. All black btocaded silk Skirts riiducttd to S3.76 each. All and black bro cadt'd silk Skirts reduced to 35.0O each. All and iHO.w black satin and silk Skirts reduced tu Ladies' Suits. cloth Bicycle WITO f l.SO, Children's Hats. All Children's Kumrnur Hate at ench. All Children'8 iiOo Summer at 39c each. All Jl.dO Summer I Hats at, 75c each. All Children's Summer Ilats nt Sl.lSRnch. All t.'hlldren'M Summer Uats nt, ,39 oncli. suits, I) H out at SI. 98. r.nglish twood Biryclo suits, clawing out at S3.9O. Indies nil wool covert cloth were each, closing out at S3.90 (Vich. All Cue suits, rndiiccd to S7.50. At! nnd  ilver Uroy Culicoes, all at 3c yd. Our entire stuck of best Fancy Prinw, Red Prints, Indigo Blue Prints aud Simpson's Black and Whiu; and Silver Grey Calicoee, all ut 4c yd. :s cases lOc Percales at 5c yd. All 12X0 and 15c at i Oc yd. Our Oc nnd 7c (iiugkatua, all at 5c yd. Or.r lOc Ginghams, all at yd All 15c Zephyr Uinehams at lOoyd. A I! Black and Colored Sateens at SALE PRICES. Table Linens. All L'.-JC and 30o Turkey Table Linens reduced to 19c yd. All 2Sc Unbleached table Linens, at 21C yd. All 42c Table Linens, reduced to 31 c yd. All 50c Table Linens, reduced to 39c yd. All and 67c Table Linens reduced to 50c yd. All ?9cand 79c Table LinonR, reduced to 65c yd. All 11.00 Table Linens, reduced to 79c yd. Domestics. bales yard wide Unbleached Muslin, worth yd., at 3c yd. 10 bales yard wide Unbleached Muslin, worth at 4c yd. ID balos yard wide Unbleached M'islin, worth 7c at Be yd. fcUiOn "Hill" Bleached Muslin r.t 5c yd. Lonsdalo nnd Fruit of IjOora Uleachod Muslin at 6c yd. c-rtses 'j 4 Unbleached Sheet- worth 15c yd., at lOc yd. large ready-made, bloiichod Sheets at 39c each. All widths in Blsached and Unbleached Sheetings at SALE PRICES. Napkins. All 11.00 Napkins, reduced to 79c All 11.25 Napkins, reduced to SI.00 All IS.OO Napkins, reduced to SI.60 Oar entire stock of Table Cloths and Table Sets at SALE PRICES, Shirtings, Etc. All tic and 7c BhirviDgs and Outing Cloths, at 6c yd. All lOcSbiiting nnd Outing Cloths at 7c yd. Mosquito Not Be yd., or 3Bc piece. (Juvort Cloth for Bicycle Skirts, lOc.vl Cotton I'ltknnols, Tickings, Denims, (Jloths. 'Jiijwitntros, etc., all ut SALK PRICKS. White and Blue Buntins. 3c yd. n.nn rolorod Hunting for mak- ine 9c yd. U. s. Muslin Fine's on sticks, :ind i.il siws of Wool Bunting Bed Spreads. White Bed nt. 69c each. Bed Spreads, Whitn Bed Spreads, All j I, Bed Spreads, reduced to ,00 each. SALK 1'KICKS on Rll better qTialitifts. All India Linens. Victoria Marsoillsw. Pir ues, Mar- fl'vl nthnr WhiU' (4ood8 at SALi: 1'lilCES. Towels. 100 large size Cotton Towels, were lOc, all goat 7c each. 100 Linen, Huck and Damask Towolu, were 15c and 17e each, all go at 12Xc eacli. All our fine Huck Damask Towels, that sold at 23c, ftll go at Sic each. All better grades at SALE PRICES. Crashes. 100 pieces good Twill Crash, at 3Xc yd. 100 pieces Brown Linen Crash, was 6c, at 4Xc yd. 50 pieces Brown Linen Crash, was NO, at 6c yd. All SXc and 9c Crashes reduced to 7c yd. All Crashes, plain and check at B'iC yd. All and 150 Crashes, plain and Check, at OC yd. Butcher's Linens, Fronting Linens, etc., all at SALE PRICES. Curtain Department. Ail itv and Fish Nets, Silkolines and Dotted Swisses at All SOvFiah Nets and Dotted Swisses at Be yd. 25c Fish Nets, Dotted es and Embroidered Curtain Nets at Figured Denims reduced to All 11.00 Luce Curtains reduced to 79c pair. All li.no antl Laos Cur- tains reduced to 9 1 ,25 pair, All S. Oo and Lace Curtains nnd Portiere at S I .BO pair. AH Curtains and Poriiers at S2.25 pair. All tt 00 and 16.00 Curtains and Portiers nt pair Ail IK. 00 Curtains and Portiers nt S0.9O pftir. Moquetto Ungs, small size, at 79c each. Rugs, medium size, it SI. BO each. Moquetto Rugs, large size, at 82.78 each. Shade Curtains, Tapestry and rpholHtcry Goods ail at "BALE PRICES. HII L4 L-l t counter- Sale commenced SATURDAY, Jufy 9, and SPECIAL NOTICE. THE PEOPLE'S STORE. BEADELL i COMPANY.   

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