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YelQme XVI-Ne. 199. LANCASTER, PA., THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1880. Price Twe Cefg. j ?
PUBLISHED EVEKY EVXHIKQ,
BY STEINMAN & HENSEL,
intelligencer Building, Southwest Cerner of
Tub Dailt Iktellieekcer Is lurnlshcil te
snliscribcrH in the City of Iancastcr anil sur
rounding towns, accessible by Uailread anil
Daily Stage Lines at Ten Cents Iek Week,
payable te the Carriers, weekly. By hi ail, $5 a
y-ar in advance ; otherwise, $.
Kntered at the rest office at Lancaster, Pa., as
second class mail matter.
MS-The STEAM JOIS PKIXTIXG DEPAKT DEPAKT
SlEXTel this establishment possesses unsur
passed facilities for the execution of all kinds
of Plain and Kancv Printing.
Wholesale and Uctail Dealer In all kinds of
LUMBEU AXD COAL.
49-Yard : Xe. 420 North Water and Prince
stieets, above Lemen, Lancaster. - n3-lyd
COAL! COAL! COAL! COAL!
Ceal or the West Quality put up expressly
for family use, and at the low
est market prices.
TRY A SAMPLE TON.
- YAKU ICO SOUTH TVATEK ST.
ncZMyd PHILIP SCHUM, SOX & CO.
JUST KECKIVKD A FINK LOT OF UALKU
M. F. STEIGERWALT & SON'S,
FLOUR, GRAIN AND COAL,
2M XOUTII WATER STKEET.
tS-IVcHtern Fleur a Specialty. -27-lyil
C0H0 & WILEY,
:tr, XOUTII WATElt ST., Jjancaster, J'a.,
Wholesale anil KufcUl Dealers in
LUMBER AND COAL.-
Alse, Contractors and Ituildert).
Estimates made and contracts undertaken
en all kinds of buildings.
Branch Office : Xe. 3 XOUTII DUKE ST.
COAL! - - - COAL!!
GORREOHT & CO.,
Fer Geed and Cheap Ceal. Yard Harri-burg
Pike. Office -iO East Chestnut Street.
P. W. GOUHECHT, Agt.
J. B. KILEY.
9-lyd W. A. KELLEK.
JIOOKS AX1 STATIONERY.
New, Plain and Fancy
Alse, Velvet anil Eastlake
PICTURE FRAMES AND EASELS.
L. M. FLYNN'S
BOOK AXD STATIONERY STOKE,
Ne. 42 1VKST KING STKIIET.
A FIXE LIXE OF
AND FOR SALE AT THE BOOK STORE
JOO BAER'S SOUS,
15 and 17 NORTH Q.DEEN STREET,
Xl'IIOL.ISSALE AND KKTAIL.
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
TABLE SUPPLIES !
CANNED FRUITS, viz: Peaches Pears,
Pine Apples. Cherries. Calil'erniaGreen Gages,
Egg Plums, Nectarines, &c.
CANNED VEGETABLES, viz : Tomatoes
Cern, Green Peas, &c.
CAXXED FISH, viz : Sardines, Fresh Sal,
inen, Fresh Lebster, Ac.
COXDENSED MILK. Eagle Brand.
CROSS & BLACKWELL'S Pickles and
Sauces. COXE'S Gelatine, MARGE FIL'S Cel
ebrated Brand Macaroni, Latest Importation.
BAKER'S Breaklast Cocea and Ne. 1 Prem
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS, viz:
Itsitsins, Prunes, Figs, Prunelles, Evaierateil
Peaclies, Apples, Cranberries, &c.
MISCELLANEOUS. Tapioca, Farina, Cern
Starch, Heminy, Peas and Beans, Barley, Bice
Fleur, Baking Powders, &c, at
D. S. BUESK'S,
Ne. 17 EAST KING STKEET.
H. S. SHIRK'S
202 WEST KING STREET,
Has the Largest and Cheapest Stock of all
kinds of CARPETS in Lancaster. Over
100 Pieces of Brussels
en hand, as leir as S1.00 and upwards.
Carpets made te order at short notice. Will
also pay 10 cents ter Extra Carpet Rags.
35-Give us a trial.
202 WEST KING STREET.
THE LATEST STYLE NECKTIE. AT
CEWIN MACHINE NEEDLES,
Fer any Machine, at
E. J. ERISMAN'S,
-- y60 NORTH O.UEKN STKEET.
rrar lecher's renowned cough
JL 8YBUP. -
THE GRAND DEPOT
IS THE LAEGEST RETAIL HOUSE in the United States,
exclusive of New Yerk City. It carries DOUBLE THE
STOCK of any Retail Heuse in Philadelphia.
Buyers are Sure of Seeing the LARGEST ASSORT
MENT of Newest Goods. A System of Business is ob
served that Ensures PERFECT SATISFACTION.
A CORDIAL INVITATION is Extended te all who
The New Stock for Spring is Just Opened.
13th Street, Market te Chestnut,
New Spring Dress Goods,
NEW YORK STORE.
WATT, SHAND & COMPANY
have opened an Immense Stock of New Goods and with them eiler the following
OneCa " .": v Suitings 10c per yard, common price 12Jc. One Case Spring Dress
Goods, Hie pi i . ..nl, worth i"e. One Case Broadhead Alpacas 28c per yard. These goods are
warranted net 'te -lirinlc or curl when wet. Latest Novelties in French, English and American
Dress Goods, Jtlaek Silks. Colored Silks, Summer Silks and Novelty Trimmings in Great Va
riety. 4QrNetc New Address.
S AND 1 0 EAST KING STREET.
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
SPRING DRESS GOODS!
Ladies, we are ettering New and Desirable Effects in
Dress materials for Spring Wear.
Yc are new showing Silk and Weel Novelties, Colored Silks, Satins and Summer Silks.
EW SPPJXG LAWNS,
sew srrjxtt percales,
SEW SPRING GINGHAMS,
NEW SPRING HOSIERY,
NEW SPRING GLOVES.
RIBBONS, CORSETS, UNDERWEAR, &c.
We call Special Attention te our Large Stock of CAKPETS and I'AI'EIt HANGINGS.
J. B. MARTIN & CO.
SPEIN"G DET GOODS
HAGER & BROTHER'S,
Xe. 25 WEST KING STREET, LANCASTER.
, LADIES' DRESS GOODS!
All the Novelties of the Season in the New Spring Sua les. While Goods, Laces, Hosiery
GENTS' WEAR. GENTS' WEAR.
Spring Cheviots French, English and American Suitings, and Clothing in Large Assert
:. Carpets, Linoleum and Oil Cleths. China and Cocea Mattings and Taper Hangings.
A Large and Complete Stock in all Departments, and at the Lewest Trice.
xr'Jall and examine.
HAGER & BROTHER.
EDW. J. ZAHM, Jeweler,
AMERICAN & FOREIGN WATCHES,
Sterling Silver and Silver-Plated Ware,
Clocks, Jewelry aid Mel Tied Spectacles.
We offer our patrons the benefit of our long experience in business, by which we are able
te aid them In making the best use of their money in any department of our business. We
manufacture a large part et the goods we sell, and buy only lrem First-Class Houses. Every
article sold accompanied with a bill stating Its quality.
2,First-Class Watch and General Repairing given special attention.
S. E. BAILY.
S. E. BAILY & Ce.,
CARRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Office and "Warerooms, 430 and 432 North Queen Street. Factory,
431 and 433 Market Street, Lancaster, Pa.
We are new ready for SFKING TRADE, with a Fine Assortment of
Buggies, Carriages, Plains, Market w m, &c.
Having purchased our stock for cash, before the recent advance, we are enabled te eiler
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN PBICE. We will keep In stock BUGGIES OF ALL GEADES
and PRICES te suit all classes el customers SPECIAL BARGAINS IN MARKET WAOONS.
Give us a all. All work fully warranted ne year.
W. W. BAILY
of and Dealer In
THURSDAY EVENING, APEIL 23, 1880.
QUAKER CITY DEMOCRATS.
THE YAUX MEN TO THE FORE.
Protesting That They Represent a Majeritv
of the Democratic Voters and Denounc
ing the Attempted Usurpation of tlie
State Committee What the Pre
cedents Teach and Ilight De
mandsThe Disturbing Ele
ment in Pennsylvania
VISIONS OP THE NIGHT.
The Carious Experience or a North Country
English Family An Apparition or a
Nightmare ? A Smart Drue Clerk.
What the Irregulars " Say for Themselves.
Respecting the quarrels of the contend
ing Democrats in Philadelphia the Ixtel
ligexcer has often expressed its opinion
and it has seen no reason te change it. It
makes no discrimination between the fac
tions ; it blames them both for their dis
organization of the party ; it recognizes
geed Democrats in both wings and bad
ones ; it chides both for allowing a few
" impracticablcs " en one side and a few
" roosters " en the ether te keep the or
ganization divided, and it calls en the bet
ter men of the whole party te give each a
fair hearing and te try and reconcile their
differences. It is willing that each shall
have a chance te present its side, and in
that spirit, and that spirit only, publishes
the following " pretest " of the county
committee, popularly known as the " Vaux
ring," and is ready te de as much for the
ether side :
Te Hen. Geerge W. Miller, Chairman of
the Democratic State Central Committee :
The committee en organization of the
county Democratic committee of Philadel
phia, representing the delegates regularly
elected under the rules of the committee te
represent the Democratic party of Phila
delphia in the state Democratic conven
tion te meet at Harrisburgen the 28th day
of April, respectfully present :
I. That they were regularly chosen
under the rules of the Democratic county
committee of Philadelphia.
II. That the Democratic county commit
tee represents mere than a majority of the
Democratic voters of the city and county of
Philadelphia. At the election en the 17th
day of February, for police magistrates,
the candidates nominated by this organiza
tion received the average of 22,873 votes.
These were straight Democratic votes,
and in no instance was this number swelled
by bargains or trades with the managers
of the Republican machine. They are
votes which never fail, and may be relied
upon for any honest and respectable Dem
ocratic ticket. At the election for sheriff
in November, 1879, the ticket supported
by all the Democratic organizations in
Philadelphia, pejled 44,826 votes, and the
Democratic county committee, having at
a subsequent election polled 22,875 votes
for a distinctive ticket, it will be seen that
this organization represents a clear major
ity of the party.
III. There is in the city and comity of
Philadelphia, an organization styling itself
the Democratic city committee. At the
late election for police magistrates, the
city committee named a ticket of iiftccn,
which was subsequently reduced te eight,
and finally the strength of the organiza
tion was concentrated upon three, and the
rest were practically abandoned. Fer theie
three there was polled an average of U2,
853 votes against 22,875 for the full count'
committee ticket. That vote of e2,853
was largely obtained by combinations with
the common enemy which were net mere
ly irregular, but politically dishonest and
IV. At the meeting of your honorable
committee, held at Pittsburgh en the 18th
of March last, a resolution was passed di
recting the chairman te place en the roll
of the convention the delegates certiiicd
by the se-called Democratic city commit
tee as the delegates from the city and
county of Philadelphia. Against this res
olution the undersigned de solemnly pro pre
test, and for the following reasons :
1. Because the delegates certified by the
city committee de net represent a majority
of the Democratic voters of Philadelphia.
2. Because the undersigned delegates
certified by the county committee de rep
resent a majority of the voters of Philadel
phia. 3. Because the state committee has no
such power as that which it assumed te
exercise in the passage of the resolution.
It is conferred by no rule and sustained by
no precedent. The convention is the sole
judge of the election and qualification of
its own members, and this rule is net only
founded in right reason, but consecrated
by immemorial usage. It is essential te
the preservation of the independence and
representative character of the body. A
convention whose membership had been
subjected te arbitrary revision by a com
mittee appointed the year previous, would
represent a majority of that committee,
and net a majority of the people. The
Pittsburgh resolution is therefore without
authority, and extremely dangerous and
revolutionary in tendency. It is opposed
te all the rules and traditions of the party,
and if regarded by you or submitted te by
the convention, would necessarily destroy
the independence of the representative
body, and lead te consequences the most
4. Because the chairman is net the
organ of the committee and is net subject
te its direction. The functions of the
chairman and of the committee are wholly
separate and distinct. He is net appoint
ed by it, nor removable by it, nor responsi
ble te it. He is the organ of the party and
accountable only te the convention. Tlte
committee did net possess the power in
question, but if it had possessed it, it
could net have delegated the exercise of it
te the chairman anymore than one depart
ment of government could delegate its
functions te another, and still less could it
confer upon him a power which it had net
5. Because the chairman himself has no
right te make up a roll for the convention
in advance of the assembling of the dele
gates, and, therefore, the Pittsburgh reso
lution, although taken as merely advisory,
and net directory, is entitled te no con
sideration or respect. The chairman's
duty in the organization of the conven
tion is plain and clear, and is defined by
a rule and a practice running together
through whole generations of the Penn
sylvania Democracy. He simply calls the
list of districts, hears the responses of
delegates claiming te represent them, and
enters the names unchallenged, together
with the notices of contests given viva
voce then and there. The unchallenged
delegates are the convention for all pur
poses of temporary organization. As such
it takes possession of its own roll, and of
all notices, pretests, credentials and papers
relating te it. The chairman's duties are
purely ministerial. He has no judicial
pe .ver whatever. In the whole history of
the Democratic party of Pennsylvania
there is but one instance en record, where
the chairman attempted te go further,
and assume the functions of the organized
convention. At the Pittsburgh conven
tion of 1878 the chairman ordered a roll te
be called which included the names of
certain spurious delegates from this city ;
but the usurpation was checked by a storm
of indignation, and he was unauimeusly
directed te abandon the fabricated roll,
and proceed in accordance with the time
honored usage of the party.
C. Because even supposing the chair
man or the committee, or both combined,
had power te determine the admission or
exclusion of the delegates from this city
and county, the Pittsburgh judgment was
taken without notice, without hearing,
without credentials te be passed upon,
without evidence erpapers of any kind, in
a surreptitious and fraudulent manner, by
a committee largely composed of substi
tutes, and at a meeting called for another
and a different purpose.
Fer these reasons the undersigned rep
resenting the duly and regularly elected
delegates of a majority of the Democratic
voters of Philadelphia respectfully pretest
against the aforesaid action of the state
committee, and, in the name of their great
and respectable constituency, insist that
their right te seats in the convention shall
in no wise be affected by it.
Ordered te be, signed by the chairman
and secretary of the " Committee en Or
ganization," and a copy transmitted te
Mr. Chairman Miller, and te each of the
members of the state committee and te the
delegates elected te the coming state Dem
ocratic convention, and published.
E. A. Pue, Chairman.
II. A. McKane, Secretary.
Philadelphia, April 15, 1880.
Was it a Nightmare!
A young English lady, who is said te
possess lemarkablc intelligence and heredi
tary acumen, relates in Notes and Queries
the following strange personal experience
in an old Yorkshire mansion :
" What I am going te relate," she says,
"happened te myself while staying with
sonic North-country cousins, last July at
their house in Yorkshire. I had spent a
few days there in the summer of the pre
vious year, but without then hearing or
seeing anything out of the common. On
my second visit, arriving early in the after
noon, I went out beating with some of the
family, spent a very jelly evening, and
finally went te bed a little tired, with the
day's work, but net the least nervous.
I slept soundly until between three and four.
just when the day was beginning te break.
I had been awake for a short time, when
suddenly the deer of my bedroom opened
and shut again rather quickly. I fancied
it might be one of the servants, and called
out, 'Conic in.' After a short time the
deer opened again, but no one came in
at least, no one that I could sec. Almest
at the same tune that the deer opened for
the second time, I was a little startled by
the rustling et some curtains belonging te
a hanging wardrobe, which steed by the
side of the bed; the rustling continued,
and I was seized with a most uncomfort
able feeling, net exactly of fright, but a
strange, unearthly sensation that I was
net alone. I had had that feelinir for
sonic minutes, when I saw at the loot of
the bed a child, about seven or nine years
old. The child seemed as if it were en the
bed, and came gliding toward me as I lay.
It was the figure of a little girl in her
night dress a little girl with dark hair and
a very white face. I tried te speak te her,
but could net. She came slowly en up te
the top of the bed, and I then saw her face
clearly. She seemed in great trouble ; her
hands were clasped, and her eyes were
turned up with a leek of cntrcaty-an almost
agonized leek. Then, slowly unclasping her
hands, she touched me en the shoulder.
The h..ud felt icy cold, and while I strove
te speak she was gene. I felt mere fright
ened alter the child was gene than before,
and began te be very anxious for the time
when the servant would make her appear
ance. Whether I slept again or net I
hardly knew. But by the time the ser
vant did come, I had almost persuaded
myself that the whole allair was nothing
but a very vivid nightmare. However,
when I came down te breakfast, there
were many remarks made about my net
looking well ; it was observed that I was
pale. In answer I told my cousins that I
had had a most vivid nightmare, and I re
marked, if I was a believer in ghosts, I
should imagine I had seen one. Nothing
mere was said at the time upon this sub
ject, except that my host, who was a doc
ter, observed that I had better net sleep m
the room again, at any rate net alone.
" Se the following night one of my
cousins slept in the same room with me.
Neither of us saw or heard anything out of
the way during that night or the early
morning. That being the case, I persuaded
myself that what I had seen had been
only imagination, and, much against every
body's expressed wish, I insisted the next
night en sleeping in the room again, and
alone. Accordingly, having retired again
te the same room, I was kneeling down at
the bedside te say my prayers, when exact
ly the same dread as before came ever me.
The curtains of the wardrobe swayed
about, and I had the same sensation as
previeus'y that I was net alone.
I felt tee frightned te stir, when,
luckily for me, one of my cousins
came in for something which she had
left. On looking at me she exclaimed,
"Have you seen anything ?" I said "Ne,"
but told her hew I felt ; and, without
much persuasion being .necessary, I left
the room with her, and never returned te
it. When my host learned what had
happened (as she did immediately) she
told me I must net sleep in that room
again, as the nightmare had made such
an impression en me I should imagine, she
said, all sorts of things, and make myself
quite ill. I went te another room and dur
ing the rest of my visit a week I was
net troubled by any reappearance of the
' On leaving, my cousin, the eldest
daughter of the doctor, went en a visit
with me te the house of an uncle of mine
in the same county. We staid there for
about a fortnight, and during that time
the " little girl" was alluded te only as
my " nightmare."
"In this I afterward found there was a
a little reticence, for, just before leaving
my uncle's, my cousin said te me : ' I
must tell you something I have been long
ing te tell you ever since I left home. But
my father desired me net te tell you, as,
net being very strong, you might be tee
frightened. Your nightmare was net
nightmare at all, but the apparition of a
little girl.' She then went en te tell me
that this 'little girl' had been seen three
times before, by three different members of
the family, but as this was some nine or
ten years since, they had almost ceased te
think anything about it until I related my
experiences en the morning after the first
night of ray second visit.
"My cousin iurther went en te tell me
that her younger sister whilst in bed had
one morning, about daybreak, te her great
surprise, seen a little girl with dark hair,
standing with her back te her, looking
out of the window. She took this figure
for her little sister and spoke te it. The
child net replying or moving from her
position, she called out te it, 'It's no use
standing like that; I knew you; you
can't play tricks with me.' Oil looking
round, however, she saw that her little
"sister, the one she thought she was ad
dressing, and who was sleeping with her,
had net moved from the bed. Almest at
the same time the child passed from the
window into the room of her (my cousin's)
sister A , and the latter, as she after
ward declared, distinctly saw the figure of
a child with dark hair standing by the side
of a table in her room. She spoke te it,
and it instantly disappeared. The little
girl' was subsequently again seen, for the
last time before I saw it, by my cousin's
father, Dr. II . It was in the early
daylight of a summer's morning, and he
was going up stairs te his room, having
just returned from a professional visit. On
this occasion he saw the same child (he
noticed its dark hair) running up the stairs
immediately before him, until it reached
his room and entered it. When he get into
the room it was gene.
"Thus the apparition had been seen
three times by the family, and once by me.
I am the only one, however, that has sctn
its face. It has also never been seen twice
in the same room by any one else."
Net Mnch of a Less.
A young lady went te a drug store Mon
day, located net a hundred miles from the
market house, and had a prescription made
"Hew much?" inquired the lady.
"Fifty cents," said the clerk.
"But I have only forty-five cents with
me," replied the customer; "can you let
me have it for that ?"
" Ne, ma'am," said the clerk, " but you
can pay me the five cents when you come
' But. suppose I were te die ?" said the
" Well, it wouldn't be a very great less,"
was the smiling response.
And immediately the innocent clerk
gathered, from the indignant flash en the
lady's face, that he had been misunder
stood, and before he could assure her that
it was the little balance aud net her that
would be no great less, she had bounced
out at a go-as-you-please gait, and was be-
yenti tne sound et ins voice.
Jesh Billings savs if i wuz called upon te
mourn ever a dead mule I should stand in
front of him and de mi weeping. That is all
very well Je.-dma, but if a live mule was called
upon te plant his feet suddenly against your
besom there is nothing like a quick applica
tion of Dr. Themas' Electric Oil. Fer sale by
II. 15. Cochran, druggist. 137 and 13U North
Queen street, Lancaster, la. 13
Statistics prove that twenty-five percent,
of the deaths in our larger cities arc caused by
consumption, and when we rcllcct that this
terrible disease in its worst stage will yield te
a bottle of Eecher's Kenewned Cough Syrup,
shall we condemn the suHerers ler their negli
gence, or pity them for their iguerance? Ne
0 East King street.
Jacob II. nioemer, el Virgille. X. V., writes:
" Your Dr. Themas' Electric Oil cured a badly
swelled neck and sere threat en my son in
forty-eight hours : one application also re
moved the pain from a very sere tee; my
wife's loot was also much inflamed, se much
se that she could net walk about the house;
she applied the Oil, and in twenty-four hours
was entirely cured." Fer sale by II. IS. Coch
ran, DruggNt, 137 and 13'J North Queen street,
Lancaster, Pa. u
A lice of Merest te All !
NEW STOCK. NEW STORE.
NEW AND INCREASED FACILITIES.
I5y recent Improvement te my Ware Reems
they have been much enlarged and improved,
and have just been filled with a New and Com
plete Assortment of Hand JIade and ether
LATEST AND BEST DESIGNS.
1 guarantee all my work and will make it te
your interest te call.
Itepairing and Ke-uphelstcring at short no
ice. Ticture Frames made te order, at
15 EAST KING STREET.
WALTER A. HEINITSII.
WALT. l'Al'ERS, Jr.
fVR USE OF
is much larger than any season heretofore. In
Paper Hangings wc arc prepared te show the
Newest Goods in the icarket, from the Lewest
Grade te the Most Expensive. Window shades
of every description. Plain goods by the yard
in all colors. Extra Wide Materials for Large
Windows and Stere Shades.
2,000 Rolls of Paper Curtains
te Merchants, at Lewest Wholesale Prices.
the newest thing out ami easily adjusted te lit
any window up te live feet in width, in solid
walnut and most rcasenabl price. Cornice
Poles in Ebony and Walnut, with Fancy Urass
Ends, Rings and Brackets.
PIER AND 3IANTEL MIRR0KS.
Orders taken for any at Lewest Rates.
PHARES W. FRY,
Ne. 57 NORTH QUEEN ST.
CII1XA AND GLASSWARE.
GK AND DISPLAY
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
HIGH & MARTIN,
Ne. 15 EAST KING STREET.
HENRY A. KILEY
Attorney and Counseller-at-Law
21 Park Rew. New. Yerk.
Collections made in all parts of the United
Slates, and a general legal business transacted.
Refers by permission te Stelnman ft HenseL
DRY GOODS, XC.
NE W STORE.
13 EAST KING ST.
WILL OFFER ON
Saturday, April 17,
IN THE LINE OF
Lais' ill GiU Year,
BABY ROBES, SLIPS, GABRIELS,
EMBROIDERED SHAWLS, LAWN
AXD SWISS CAPS, &c.
Astonishing Lew Prices.
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Muslin It ullled
Rutlled and Embroidered
Fine Muslin. Corded liand. enlv.....
21 Tucks and Embroidered
1!) Tucks ,3 Rows Embroidered Inserting
Tucked and Ruined 37e
5 Tucks, Fine Muslin 67c
4 Tucks, Rread Ruffle 78c
5 Tucks, with Wide Needle-work Edge 03c
!) Tucks, Cambric Flounce 38c
5 Tucks, witli Rich Embroidery $L44
G Tucks, with Deep Flounced Embroidery
and Wide Needle-work Inserting $1.90
A Tucked Skirt with Bread Torchon Lace
and Inserting $1.7
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Tucked with Lace Edging , 39c
Tucked anil Ruined .....48c
Tucked and Embroidered C4c
Tucked with Rread Needle-work Edge 94c
Tucked with Deep Embroidered Edge and
Children's Pantalets 25c
Trimmed with Ruffling fi8c
Trimmed with Needle-work Edge 73c
Hip Gere, White and Colored 23c
Pink and Blue Fine Corset 37c
32-Bene Hand-made 39c
50-Benc Side Steel in White and Colored.. ..49c
An Elegant Corset with Side Steels, Laced
at tiie Hips and Silk Embroidered Bust.. .74c
A Fine all-Silk Embroidered Corset, Blue
and Cardinal, of Elegant Design 86c
The GRACIE Corset, Side Steels, Deuble
Busk, Frent Embroidered 99c
The PARISIAN, a 10O-Bene, Side Steeled
and'Periect Fitting Cor-et $1.09
Our BONNIE Corset, Side Steels, Deuble
Busk, Silk Stitched 93c
The Most Elegant CYPRUS Corset, 100 100
Bene Speen Busk, Side Steels, Rich Em
CHILD'S SHORT SLIPS.
Kilt-plaited with Edging 44c
Kilt-plait Elegantly Trimmed .with Torchon
Fine Tucked and Embroidered 89c
Kilt-plait with 2 Rows of Embroidery down
the Frentand Edgingall around 99c
Tucked and Elegantly Embroidered $1.66
The BABIES' FAVORITE, an Elegant
Dress.with 3 Rows of Fine Inserting down
the Frent and Back, Deep and Rich Em
broidery all arennd the bottom $2.59
BABIES' LONG ROBES.
Fine Muslin 39c
Embroidered Bosem and Tucked at the
Embroidered Bosem, 7 Tucks and Fine
Needle-work all around $1.29
Elegantly Trimmed and Tucked all the
way down $2.34
Babies' Embroidered Shawls from 99c np
Lace Caps for Beys and Girls from 47c up. .
Babies' lland-madc Split Jackets at 46c
Babies' Hand-made Bootees at.. ..It, 19 and 25c
Hand-made Walking Cloaks In Various
Babias' Merine Cloaks at $1.67
Ladies' White Lawn Aprons 14c
Ladies' Plain Muslin Ruffled 23c
Fine Dress Apron 49c
Large Muslin Apron 25c
Child's Corded Dress Aprons 39c
Child's Corded Slips 43c
Child's Kilt Aprons 57c
Ladies' Large Gingham Kitchen Aprons.. ..25c
Ladies' Calice Wrappers 75c
Flounced at 89 and 99c
Ladies' Calice Basques 39c
Misses' Suits in all sizes 88c
Child's Gabriels 25c
Child's Kilt Gabriels 58c
Summer Skirts 39c
Skirts Corded and Ruffled 64c
SALE TO COMMENCE
Saturday Morning, April 17
49Call early te avoid the rush,
13 EAST KING STREET,