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THE PlTTSBimG- DISPATCH, SUNDAY, JOLT 7,
IN- YERY FINE FORM,
"Gladstone Talks Vigorously Dpon the
Only Topic in His Mind.
IBIS FAITH IN GOOD AMERICAKB.
. Sirs. John A. Logan Enthusiastically Ap
plauds Ills Remarks.
'JJATITT'S PLUCK IJiPKESSES EYEEIOKE
fBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.''
London, July 6. Copyright. Glad
Stone was in flue form to-day, at Sir Edward
Heed's, in Hartington Gardens. He went
there to have the freedom of the city of Car
diff presented to him, made a fine speech to
the Mayor, and then sat down to lunch with
about 40 guests. The Grand Old Man has
only one idea, and, of course, talked about
Ireland when the lunch was over. His
speech was unusually fine, and was ap
plauded with especial vigor by tne 20 women
present An interesting point was when he
alluded to the comfort which he derived lrom
the support of fair-minded nations, and
particularly of the United States. Un
ioriunatly, a certain imbecile class of weak
minded, toadying Americans who came to
London, spend their time assuring their
Tory friends that America cares nothing
about home rule, and that respectable
Americans have no sympathy with the
Irish. These poor trash Americans, whose
instincts point to the presence of some
Bnglish fluutv, butler or footman among
their immediate ancestors, have been quoted
in the House of Commons by Balfour and
others to support the Tory side.
ENOUGH TO MAKE HIM MJOUD.
At luncheon to-day Mr. Gladstone said
lie was proud to be able to prove that good
' Americans did support himself and his
friends. He drew from his" pocket an en
grossed address, expressing support, and
signed by the Governor, executive officers,
judges and Legislature of the State of Illi
nois. There was much applause at this,
and especially from two Americans from
- Illinois who were present, Mrs. John A.
Logan and Miss Florence Pullman. Mrs.
Logan assured vour correspondent that she
felt as though site must say something, and
also- that Mr. Gladstone was not only a
mighty 'great but a mighty wonderful man.
Mrs. Logan, as every American knows, can
tell a great man when she sees him.
Mr. Smith Barry, of whom mention was
raade last week, seems at length to be aware
that he made a great mistake in forming a
landlord syndicate in opposition to the plan
of the campaign, but be is loth to admit
that lie has made a tool of himselt. A
deputation of his Irish tenants waited upon
him tbis week, in London, and told him
some valuable truths, in vigorous language.
A TEBY ENERGETIC TIME
in which Smith Barry swore very much,
Towing he didn't care whether his tenants
paid rent or not. It is now open war
between the landlords' svndicate, of which
Barry is President, and "William O'Brien
and the plan of campaign. That the latter
will win, no one need doubt, and probably
Barry is as well aware of the fact as any
The equanimity of the House of Commons
has been sorely tried this u eek by two most
unusual incidents. On Tuesday night an
enthusiastic Irishman in the strangers'
gallery called upon the amazed legislators
to give three cheers for William O'Brien.
fortunately, Speaker Peel happened to be
in a good humor, and simply ordered the
daring patriot to be ejected, which was vig
orously done by several policemen. The
other incident was almost as appalling, for
a young woman managed to pass the vigi
lant janitors and to pop her hand insidebig
doors, and actually stood on the floor of the
House. The law provides that women vis
iting the House shall sit behind a grating;
they are not even allowed places in the open
gallery, a rule which even Mrs. Gladstone
, or the Speaker's wife would not dream of
violating. And here was
AN UNKNOWN FEMALE
actually among the legislators! The Ser-geant-at-Arms
made a rush to lepel such an
unheard-of attack on the constitution, but'
the young woman, who from her small feet
Chould have been an American, had fled.
The proceedings ot the special committee
have been deeply interesting tbis week,
thanks to the appearance of Michael Davitt
in the witness box. It was cheeriul to hear
Davitt. He not only talked boldly, as
might have been expected, abont Ireland's
right to take up arms for her rights, if
necessary, but at the risk of injuring his
own case, he stuck to his friend, ford, and
- defended him. Webster devoted two days
of cross-examination to a useless attempt to
get the better of his plain-spoken antagonist,
and President Hannen showed that Davitt's
pluck had impressed him and manifested in
his rulings a wonderful fairness, almost
leaning to partiality for Davitt, when it
came to tne latter s turn to cross-examine.
A THEILLING EXPERIENCE.
Northern Visitors to tbe Big Flclit lion the
Ganntlct of a Lynching Farly.
rSriCIALTKLEGnjLM TO THE DISrATCn.1
New Orleans, July 6. A number of
Northern intending visitors to the Sullivan
Kilrain fight, who arrived here this morn
ing by the Mobile and Ohio Kailroad.had an
experience just above Meridian last night
which they are not likely to forget in a
hurry. Among the passengers were four
negroes, brothers, who formerly lived at
Meridian, and who killed seven white men
in an election fracas there four years ago.
They escaped and went to St. Louis, where
they married and settled down. A Missis
sippi constable heard of their whereabouts,
got a requisition for them, and arrested
them in St. Louis on the 4th of July.'
Word was telegraphed to the conductor of
the train that a force of armed men would
intercept his train for the purpose of taking
thencgroes off and lynching them, and he
was ordered not to stop until lie got to Mer
idian. The negroes were locked in a bag
gage car, and the baggagemaster got in the
cab of the engine, with the engineer and
firemen. All the passengers in the can, in
cluding those in the sleeper, irere made to
lip down on the floors of the cars at a given
signal four blasts from the engine whistle
and the train dashed by the station at full
speed. As it did several volleys were fired
at it by the crowd in waiting.
Three windows in the sleeper were shat
tered by ball., and several of the cars were
struck by them, but fortunately none of the
passengers wire hit or hurt by them. The
negroes were taken off at Meridian, in the
presence of a great crowd, and the con
ductor of the train thinks that they will be
A prominent Brodklyn sporting man,
from whom these facts were obtained, says
he never wants to have another experience
of the kind.
AS A DUIMt IN FEVERS
Use Ilorsfard's Acid Phosphate.
Dr. Chas. H. 8. Davis, Meridcn, Conn . says:
MI have used It as an accessory in cases of mel
ancholia and nervous debility, and as a pleas
ant and cooling drink in fevers, and have" been
Very much pleased with it."
Infants Wnlsl nations.
Handsome patterns in solid gold at 53 CO
to $5. Less expensive buttons at 1 SO.
E. P. Koberts & Sons, Jewelers.
The Water Is Dansrerons to Drink.
Take instead Baeuerlein beer. It is chem
ically pure and most invigorating. Orders
bv mail to Bennett, Pa., P. O., or telephone
Hendricks & Co., 68 Federal st., Alle
gheny, letil in good work and low prices.
Cabinets SI a dozen.
Hare Your Baby Puotoera plied
This week by Hendricks & Co., 68 Federal
street, Allegheny. Cabinets $1 a dozen.
Uli Forces Treat All American Vessels In
tbe Best of Style lie Is Closing In on
l'ort-An-rrldce Ills Plnn for
New York, July 6. The schooner "Wil
liam H. Jones arrived at this port to-day,
direct from the black republic. She
left Hippolyte's headquarters on June
20, with a cargo of logwood for this
city. Captain Hounslea brings the latest
news from the scene of the insurrection.
He says there were no indications of
hostilities when the schooner left
port The United States men-of-war
Ossipee and Kearsarge were in the vicinity
of Cape Hayti, the latter having arrived on
June 25, escorting the American steamer
Caroline Miller. The Ossipee, which had
just brought about th release of the Amer
ican steamer Ozama, left a day or two be
fore the William Jones in the wake of the
Clyde line steamer George W. Clyde. The
Ossipee made sure that the Clyde reached
St Marc and Couaives with molestation.
Hippolyte, Captain Hounslea said, had
his armv of 4.000 men encamped midway
between St Marc and Conaives. The
northern general's objective point was
Port-au-Prince, which was still in control
ot Legitime. Hippolyte, the captain said,
and tbe inlormation came direct from one of
the northern leader's lieutenants, was fear
ful of entering Port-au-Prince with his lull
army, lest his warriors should become un
manageable at the sight of the opportuni
ties to pillage the capital. Hippolyte cal
culated to secure possession of Port-au-Prince
by stratagem. He counted upon
surrounding the city at night, overcoming
the enemy's guards and taking Legitime a
prisoner, with a few of his trusted followers.
Two ot Hippolyte's gunboats Ajax and
Carmelalet, left Hayti for Conaives the day
before the Jones left port The latter was
in a very unseaworthy condition The cap
tain observed that Hippolyte's war vessels
treated all the American vessels entering
Cape Hayti with great respect When his
schooner entered the harbor the colors of
the Haytian men-of-war were dropped re
peatedly in recognition of the Stars and
Stripes at the schooner's masthead.
A PAUTY CONSULTATION. '
The Republican Lender to Outline a Poller
far the President.
IBPZCIJU. TELEOnjlM TO TBB DISFATCB.l
Washington, July 6. The Star ot this
evening, discussing the caucus of Repub
lican leaders soon to be held in xew xork,
has the following:
For some time tbere has been a great deal of
talk abont Harrison running things in his own
way witbout consulting with his party leaders,
something as Cleveland did at first. Theim-
Firession tbar he had marked out sucn a policy
or bimself has been very strong with members
of tbe party who thought be wasn't ready
enough to take their advice as to the matter of
appointments. It has been mnch commented
on, and tbere has been considerable feeling of
doubt and uncertainty on the part of some of
tbe leading Senators and Representatives. At
the conference between the President and
Senators Chandler, Allison, Cullom and Dolpb,
the day of the President's departure for Wood
stock, this matter was thoroughly gone over.
Tbe Senators were anxious to know just where
they were to stand.
They told the President of the current im
pression, and urged upon nun the necessity of
the party acting as a party for its own safety
and well being. They thought that no import
ant move should be made without party con
sultation and that the wishes of the leading
party men should be considered In the appoint
ments for their sections. The result of the
talk was that tbe benatnrs discovered that the
President agreed with them on this point, and
was desirous as well as willing to have the ad
vice of the party leaders. Accordingly they
decided upon the caucus to be held in New
York. The party leaders understand hereafter
they are to have a little more to say as to tne
affairs of tbe administration and that their
wishes are to be regarded on matters that
especially interest them.
Narrowly Averted A Falling: Slam Comes
Near Doing Much Damage.
The large sign-board of the Half Century
liquor house of John McCullough, S23 Lib
erty street, fell from the upper story of the
building last Thursday. A valuable horse
was hitched in front of the house. Singu
lar to say, the heavy sign-board, instead of
striking and killing the animal, fell end
wise and just missed it! The sign itself re
mained standing on end against the build
ing! It is a coincidence that at about the same
time a great fall occurred in prices of the
standard liquors dealt in by the house. For
example those wonderfully fine brands of
old whiskies, "Prince Kegent" and "Wind
sor Castle," formerly sold as high as $18 a
gallon, fell in price to $G a gallon. In other
first-class liquors there was av corres
pondingly great come-down. Fine brandies,
gins, etc, etc, at very low prices. Bottled
beer is also kept in stock.
523 Liberty street, Pittsburg, Pa.
There Will be a not Wnve Strike Pittsburg
July 11, Continuing Dntll July SI.
This is the limit of the tickets to the sea
shore via the Pennsylvania Railroad on
July 11, which will be sold at the rate of $10
for the round trip, good to either Atlantic
City, Cape May, Sea Isle City or Ocean
City. A special train will be run, leaving
Pittsburg on July 11 at 8.55 a. M., arriving
at Philadelphia at 7:50 P. M.
This being a daylight run will give all
who desire taking advantage of it of not
only visiting the seashore for ten days, but
an opportunity to see the flooded district of
the Conemaugh Valley.
The special train will consist of day
coaches and Pullman parlor cars.
Hisied's celebrated $6 dozen cabinets are
the finest in the city.
Studio, 41 Fifth avc .
Parents. Do n't Delay
Having yours and the children's pictures
taken before too late, at Aufrecht's Elite
Gallery. 516 Market st, Pittsburg. Cab
inets, $1 00 per dozen. Proofs shown. No
stairs to climb; use elevator. mwtssu
Fob a finely cut, neat-fitting suit leave
your order with "Walter Anderson, 700
Smithfield street, whose stock of English
suitings and Scotch tweeds is the finest in
the market; imported exclusively for his
Suits to order, $25; pants, $6, at Pit
cairn's 434 Wood street
Greatest bargains ever offered in onr
summer dress goods at 25c per yard.
B-anziger & Shoenberg,
Sixth st and Penn aye.
a Best $1 50 per doz. cabinet photos In the
city. Panel picture with each doz. cabinets.
Lies' Popular Gallery, 10 and 12
Sixth st sumwf
Bain or shine, Stewart & Co., 90 Federal
street, Allegheny, take photographs all the
same. They are the only ones who give yon
13 for a dozen, all for 51.
Another Cotton Fabric Cat.
The nice blue chintzes that have been sold
the past five years at 12c, and are yet by
firms in both cities, took a tumble" last
week 90 the price now, but only at
Thornton Bros., Allegheny.
Coleman's Flag Brand,
G. W. S. Flag Brand,
By the case or bottle
G. W. Schmidt,
95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city.
Cabinet photographs 1 00 a dozen.
Hendricks & Co., 68 Federal street
Smoke the best. La Perla del Fumar
clear Havana Key West Cigars. Sold 3 for
25c by G. W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth
Gipr Illncs The Vren'.eit
Novelty ever made in jewelry. All colors
of stone, $1 CO to $2 50. Sold only by E. P.
Roberts & Sons, cor. Fifth avc 'and Market
st - - wsu
OF REAL MAGNITUDE.
Blaine's South American Scheme Un
folded to Pittsbnrsers.
IT EMBRACES A UNIFORM TARIFF.
Colonel Bayne Heartily Fayors It, and
Suggests an Idea.
FOREIGN T1SIT0E8 MAI COMB HEBE
The Legislative Committee of the Cham
ber of Commerce met yesterday afternoon to
take action relative to the International
American Congress, to be held October 2,
1889, at Washington. Hon. John Dalzell,
Hon. T. M. Bayne, Hon. B. F. Jones and
J. C. Sebenick had been invited to attend
the meeting. Colonel Bayne was the only
one, however, to respond to tbe request
Chairman George A. Anderson read the let
ter from Hon. James G. Blaine, Secretary
of State, asking the body to give their
attention to the proposed Congress, and of
fer all the suggestions and plans they saw
fit. Enclosed with the letter was an act put
ting forth tbe subjects for discussion at tbe
Congress.' The object is to secure unity be
tween the South American States and
Southern countries with the United States,
in matters of commerce and all other objects
which tend to the promotion of prosperity
between tbe American continents. Seven
of the points in the act are: l
First The attainment of peace and general
Second The formation of an American Cus
toms Union for tbe promotion of trade.
Third The establishment of regular and fre
quent communication between the ports of the
several American States and ports of each
getting DCrvra to taeifp.
Fourth The establishment of a uniform sys
tem of customs in each of the iadependent
American States to govern the Importation
and exportation port dues; a uniform system of
Invoices, and subject of sanitation of ships and
quarantine; the classification and valuation of
merchandise in tbe ports of each country.
Fifth Tbe adoption of a uniform system of
weights and measures.
Sixth Tbe adoption of a common silver coin,
to be issued by each Government
Seventh Tbe adoption of measures to attain
arbitration in cases ot war and disputes.
Each point mentioned in the act em
braced many subjects to be covered by the
principal object Chairman Anderson made
a short speech touching on the importance
of the subject, and advised that the matter
be considered slowly and cautiously.
Colonel Bayne delivered an address, and
was in favor of the Congress and its objects.
WHERE'S THE , BOY
"Who Can Decipher .Kaufmanus'
PRIZE PUZZLE P
J7? s. ' IPS' K
(9 Y9 Bargains & c.
tfcf RgR-4 lit
The first correct answer will be rewarded with a $15 Salt
The second correct answer will be rewarded with a $10 Suit.
The third correct answer will be rewarded with a $8 Suit.
The fourth correct answer will be rewarded with a $5 Suit.
If no correct answer is received then we will pre
sent the boy coming the nearest to it with a" $12 Suit, and
in this latter case only one prize will be given.
SOW, BOYS, GO' TO W0Ri!--:ya
if you can solve theipuzzle. We will give you until August
31 to try, and the names of the winners will be published in
the newspapers of September 1 and 2.
If you wantNany additional puzzles, call and get them,
or, if you live at a distance, we will mail you some, on ap
plication. W Address all letters or communications:
Fifth Ave. and Smithfield St., Pittsburg.
He stated that tbe meeting of the represent,
trves was in the interest of all countries, to
obtain arbitration and uniform customs
duties, matters of much importance; that
instead of Europe supplying the trade of tbe
Southern countries, the United States
should do so, owing- to our greater facilities
and markets. Colonel Bayne, alter review
ing the benefils ot reciprocity, said: "
r'Why not invite the representatives of the
various States to visit Western Pennsyl
vania; let them see our manufactories and
our industries; let them report to their Gov
ernments what they need of our works, our
our plows, locomotives, etc? ' v
why not lock hobns?
"It is useless to try and build up a foreign
trade by subsidizing business. Let us lock
horns with the other American States against
Europe. Canada is anxious to join us, and
in the end we will have commercial union
fcr tbe American Continent"
Chairman Anderson made a few more re
marks, stating that the cause for the falling
off of our shipping trade must be discovered
and remedied. He mentioned that, several
years since, the Mexican Minister, in a
speech said his country would be surprised
at the needed implements used in Mexico,
'which are imported from Spain. .
several ot, tne points in ine act were con
sidered; but tbe committee, realising the
importance of the meeting, offered no sug
gestions until further consideration.
Judge Blagle moved that a sub-oommlttee
be appointed to prepare suggestions and
offer plans to be presented for the general
consideration of the entire committee at the
next meeting, The motion was carried, and
the committee appointed consists of Hon. J.
F. Slagle, Hon. G. 3. Anderson and H. K.
Porter. The next meeting will be held upon
the call of the Chair.
This powder never varies. A marvel of pur
lty, strength and wholesomeness. More eco
nomical than the ordinary kin ds. and cannot
be sold in competition with the multitude of
ow est short weight alum or phosphate dow
ders. Bold only in earn. ROYAL BAKING
POWDER CO, 108 Wall Bt, N. Y.
(ROYAL UVM J aT
WHO BRINGS, SENDS OR
MAILS TO OUR STORE ,
Will do what I claim, I will for the
next ten days cnt perfect fitting pat
terns to order.
P. O. PERKINS,
J. DIAMOND, Optician,
83 Slrctlx Street, JPlttaTjurar.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses correctly adjusted
to every defect of eight. Field and Opera
Glasses, Telescopes, Microscopes, Barometers,
Thermometers, etc v
ARTIFICIAL EYES made to order
and warranted. Always on band a
large and complete stock. JaS-tTasu
34 SAMPSON ST., ALLEGHENY. PA.
Snecially Adapted for Cemetery Lots.
Fair white hands.
Bright clear complexion
Soft healthful skin.
"PEARS'-la Braat EoeJisli CsmpleriM SOIP.-SMfomM'
:tmm"fi:ets:e bjrq- a tits.
D. TAYLOR &0.'S STOCK
TOILET, TEA AND DINNER SETS,
R. P. WALLACE & COS,
211 Wood Street. 102 and 104 Third Avenue. Between Second and Third Aves.
Who, in the face of the big crowds that at
tended Kaufmanns' $14 fine 'Suit Sale yes
terday, can still take any stock in the theory
that business is stagnant after the "Fourth" ?
What nonsense! How unjustifiable the com
plaints of the dealers! What conclusive evi
dence of the fallacy of their stereotyped ex
cuse for their empty stores: "This is our dull
season." We believe that, if there is any
dullness, it must have its existence in the
marrow minds of these old fogy concerns.
Shopworn goods, old styles and prices that
are away up in "G" are certainly not calcu
lated to attract buyers. But these sleepy
clothiers can't or won't see where the shoe
pinches them, for instead of making their
goods and prices acceptable to an economical
public, they make matters worse by losing
all courage and permit themselves and their
stores to sink into a state of lethargy from
which only the advent of the fall season will
awaken them. But go on, brethren, with
your stage coach methods. If it suits you to
"lay off " your employes, instead of keeping
them busy by stirring up your trade, nobody
Hest the unfortunate salesmen) will object
'Tis wrong, though, to make "dull times"
the scapegoat for.your shortsightedness. ,
BESIDES THESE FINE DRESS SUITS AT $14
Kaufmanns1 will offer some truly startling bargains in Business and Every Day Suits. Thus, for instance, $12 will buy as;
good a suit as you can procure elsewhere for $18, while at the popular price of $10 Kaufmanns'. will offer over 500 strictly
all-wool suits every one of which is worth 50 per cent more money. At $8, $7 and $6 we offer a line of suits which othe
houses actually advertise as big bargains for $12, $10 and $9. No doubt aboutit, gentlemen, now is your chance to buy. .
THIN COATS AND VESTS,
The season for selling them is
short We wofn't wait till you see fit
to pay the usual .prices. The figures
at which we have marked our '"light
stuffs" are intended to attract pur
chasers from near and far.
GRAND DEPOT, v. FIFTH
S. Klinordlinger k Co,,
Wholesale liquor Dealer,
NO. 19 DIAMOND SQUARE.
We desire to announce to onr friends,
customers and the general public that we
are again, open for business at the old stand,
NO. 19 DIAMOND SQUARE,
where we shall be pleased to see ran. We
shall endeavor, as heretofore, to supply only
Pure Wines and Liquors
AT LOWEST PBICES.
We have in stock all leading brands oi
Pennsylvania Bye Whiskies and Kentucky
Bourbons, and a well assorted stock of Cali
fornia Wines,Brandies, Cordials and cased
Special attention paid to all mail orders
accompanied by remittance.
S, KLINORDLira & CO
No. 19 DIamoud Square.
LOW CUT SUMMER SHOES
We have them for Ladies, Gen
tlemen and Children, in a variety so
extensive and at prices so low as to
make competition an impossibility.
All kinds, styles and sizes of the
popular fan and russet shoes.
IN OUR POPULAR BRAND
Will be f onnd a combination not
always to be bad.
A Fine Quality of PLUQ TOBAC
CO at a Reasonable Price.
Zookfor the red EC tin tag on
If you are looking for a
DONT FAIL TO GIVE
Ask yonr dealer for it. Don't take any other.
JNO. FINZER & BROS.,
65 UINTH ST.
THE FOURTH IS PAST'
W. H. THOMPSON & CO.
No. 305 Wood street,
Continue to sell Furniture, Carpets
and Household Goods for less
money than any bouse in the city.
They will furnish your house
t from cellar to attic for either
CASH OB CREDIT.
Store open until 10 o'clock on
Kaufmanns' don't believe in making a grave
yard out of their store. The hum of busi
ness, the clanking of the wheels of commerce
is' lovely music to their ears. True, they
may often sell goods without any profit, or
even at a positive loss, but they have the
satisfaction of seeing their business go on
serenely, no matter whether it be pleasant
May or hot July. Their present sale of
Men's fine Dress Suits at $14 proves the
correctness of what they say. The anxiety
of the purchasers show their appreciation of
Kaufmanns' bargains. This wonderful $14
Suit Sale will continue all this week, and, if
anything, the values will be better and greater
than ever before. Fourteen Dollars will buy
your choice this week from several thousand
fine Sack and Frock Suits made of such cel
ebrated materials as genuine English Cassi
meres and Serges, Scotch Cheviots, French
Worsteds and Corkscrews. And these ma
terials (mark you) in all the latest and most
popular light and dark patterns. If you but
consider that the cheapest suit in the line
would cost you $20 elsewhere, you will not
be surprised that we are busy, while others
AVE AND SMITHFIELKVSip
PRICES NEVEB 80 LO W.
Chipped beef. ..12c and 23c per can
Corned beef 12c and 18c per can.
Potted meats 1 coniDrtsine chicken, turkeya
Deviled meats duck. nani lobster, tonenn
Sandwich meats ) at 20c,25c. 30c and 35c per can
Boast turkey and chicken. 30c per can
Boneless tnrkey and chicken 50c per ran
Lunch tongue...., ....SOcandSocpereaar
Pickled lambs tongue 15c per jar
Pickled lobster. '. 4ocperj n
Boneless plgsf eet SOcpercam
Truffled liver sausage 65cpercaa
Chicken sansase SSeperean
Vienna sausage 15c and 23c per can
Imported Frankfort sausages TOopercan
Fresh clams 12c and ISc per can
Imported sardines 12c and 20c per can
Imported boneless sardines 25c. 33c. lac can
Fresh salmon..,.,, ,17c, 20c, 25c and 45c per can
Spiced salmon 30c per car
Pickled oysters OaandTooperja
Lemon juice 50c per bottle
Fruit syrups (all kinds).. .25c and 50c per bottle
Raspberry vinegar. 45c and 75o per bottle
Ginger ale, imported ,....fl 00 per dozen
Ginger ale. domestic 90c per dozen
Silurian mineral spring ginger ale. nts.
- 2 75 per dozen
Root beer, extract 25c per dozen
Birch beer 1 50 per dozen
Grape sherbet ....50o per bottle
Send for the Housekeepers' Guide. Mailed
I XJ.i.XKHJllJtLI VV UUill
18 DIAMOND, Market Square.
IIUIIIsVI lMl7 cured. Trcstmcit seat atrial
1 1 r 1 1 1 HI rr- Oonodesntlly addrcss H. L.
Light Derbys and Straw Hats
You'll make a mistake if you Buy
a Hat this week before having been
at our store. We mean to close oiiV
the balance of our light colored
Derbys before July 15, and, in order
to do it, we have split prices in halves.
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