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THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH,' SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1889.
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POLITICS IS B0KIN&.
Even the Hot Weather in England is
Unable to Compete With It.
CHDECHILL, CONTRARY AS EYER,
Is
Determined to Run for the House of
Commons in Birmingham.
CHAliEEELAIN IX A TEEEIELE STATE.
Emith Barry's New Scheme Terrifies Because cf Its
Lejilltj.
Hot weather can't knock out the activity
in English politics. Randolph Churchill's
obstinacy in determining to stand for the
House of Commons has aroused the opposi
tion to renewed activity, and the Govern
ment's attempts to head off Smith Barry's
Sew scheme are also quite interesting.
IBY CABLI TO TUB DISrATCH 1
LOKDON, July 13. Copyright. Poli
tics are active, in spite of the hot weather,
the Shah and the rush of social functions
generally. Lord Randolph Churchill's
natural cussedncss has come out in his pro
fessed intention to run for the House of
Commons in Central Birmingham, and
Hr. Turncoat Chamberlain, who feels that
Birmingham belongs to him, and who is
hated by Churchill, is in a very terrible
state of emotion. He wants the Tory lead
ers, who depend on the votes of himself and
other disloyal Glidstonians, to coax or force
Churchill to change his mind.
But Churchill has been snubbed all
around. He feels badly, is not loving any
body, and just wants to make himself disa
agreeable, so that it will probably be hard
to influence him. Brother Chamberlain is
Hot alone in his grief, his Tory friends are
nil in about as pleasant a state of irritation
as so many teething babes, for the Irish
leaders have developed a new plan lo thwart
the echmes of the Irish landlords.
SMITH BAKKY'S SCHEME.
Last week I wrote of Landlord Smith
Barry's efforts to form a syndicate, of rent
rsckers, these to disconracre all proposals
for arbitration and by united action, to
force the tenants to such terms as even the
law courts would not impose upon them.
"William O'Brien, the real workingman
of the Irish party, had already thought over
n combination of tenants to defeat that of
the landlords when I wrote last week, and
now has his plan in working order. Sexton
is nor drafting resolutions concerning the
new plan, which will be discussed, and be
vond all doubt adopted by I'arnell and the
leading Irishmen on Monday.
The great dancer to the Tories lies in the
Terfect legality of the proposed combina
tion, even from an English standpoint,andin
the fact that, unlike the plan ot campaign,
it will be a national affair, and have the
unanimous support of the Irish party. Fol-
.loivmir arp piirnpis nr inn sr:tTimnT. I . f ami dn i tlt Kai.A trnn.
Wade bv William O'Brien in Dublin, which j and sleeping car accommodations at once.
give an luea 01 ins most important aeveiop-
will never mention a word of arbitration
until the British electors can have an op
portunity of acting as arbitrators.
can't see its -weight.
In spite of the landlords and their coer
cionist backers, the Government has not
failed to appreciate the dangerous character
of this latest Irish move. The Tories are
already hinting at martial law, and the
landlords are assured that Balfour will
never desert them if they will band together
and fight. Similar hints were given and
promises made when the plan of campaign
was started, and some landlords. Lord Clan
ricarde among the number, put on a bold
front, only to find themselves deserted in
the hour of need. The same thing will oc
cur again.
The public opinion of England, to which
Balfour, like others, must surrender, will
not tolerate absolute martial law in Ireland,
and without that new popular uprising can
not be effectively opposed.
This week's development in the I'arnell
Commission, which bids fair to sit on for
ever, is rather startling, as it involves the
possible withdrawal pt Mr. Farnell and his
counsel from the case. Kot content with do
ing things by halves, Sir Charles Russell,
on Parnell's behalf, was proceeding to-day
to show that the entire "Parnellisni and
Crime" series in the Times was part of a
general conspiracy.
FOUNDED ON riGGOTT'S LIES,
bought by Houston with Times' money,
when to every one's amazement the Judges
declined to order the production oi papers
necessary to prove these facts.
Alter ordering bank books, private let
ters and every conceivable document in the
possession of I'arnellite members or National
Leagne officers to be produced to please the
Times' lawyers, the so-called impartial
judges decline to do as much for Parnell,
on the flimsy ground that the duty of the
Court was to ascertain whether the Times'
documents were true not where they came
trom or who paid for them.
It is in the face of this unfair treatment
that Parnell has decided to withdraw his
counsel and abandon the attempt to obtain
justice from such a one-sided tribunal.
There seems to be no doubt that this deter
mination will be adhered to, unless the
judges reconsider their unjust decision.
Without RuFsell and Parnell as active
factors, the tFarnell Commission would be
come a much drearier larce even than it is
now.
UORSFORD'S ACID pnosniATE.
It Too Are Nervoni,
And cannot sleep, try It.
Imported Fort.
1S28 Imperial Oporto Port, full quarts.?3 00
1869 Mackenzie Port, full quarts 2 50
Fine Old "White Port, full quarts 2 00
London Dock Port, full quarts 2 00
Burgundy Port, full quarts 1 50
Pine Old Spanish Port, full quarts.... 1 00
For sale by G. "W. Schmidt, 95 and 97
Fifth ave.
For the Lttllo Ones.
Marvin's dollar cakes sell at the uniform
price of one cent each. They are just what
the little ones want. You can get them from
your grocer. ' ttssu
Excursion to theOcenn.
The B. & O. R. R. will sell excursion
tickets to Atlantic City next Thursdav, July
18. Rate flO for the round trip, tickets
good for 10 days. Trains leave depot at 8
M. and Ui'O P. M. Secure your parlor
merit in the policy of the Irish leaders:
A STBONG COMBINATION.
Rich Irish landlords and English aristo-
erats have clubbed together to overwhelm,
by force of money and coercion, the body of
tenants, upon the justice of whose claims
they dare not take the judgment of any dis
passionate tribunal. Smith Barry and
Colonel Sanndcrson have claimed that every
Irish landlord has the right to combine
with everv other landlord for that purpose.
All that the new organization claims is that
the tenantry shall exercise the same right of
combination, to prevent the extermination
, of tenants whose cliims the landlords dare
pot submit to arbitration.
"Whet is terrifying the landlords and"
(.oercionists most is the absolute legality of
the new movement Its chief feature will
be the raising of a vast national lund to pre
vent the evicted tenant from being driven
, into the workhouse. The issues raised are
precisely similar to those of trades unionism
here. On tne Ponsonby estate, for instance,
the people to whom the law has given a
joint property in their holdings, who have
themselves built their houses and reclaimed
their fields, have a dispute with their land
lords. BOUND TO TEEVENT SETTLEMENT.
Just as the contending parties were on
the point of settlement, there steps in this
body of wealthy landlords, most of whom
lire complete strangers to this country, and
deliberately wrecks that settlement, in the
hope of terrifying Irish tenants from ever
combining again. The tenants have alwavs
been willing, and are still willing, to leave
their disputes to arbitration, as they are on
every State on which the strngcle is pro
ceeding. The landlords, on the other hand,
have shirked arbitration. In point of fact,
on every campaign State for the last 18
months it has not been a question ot the
justice of the tenants' claims, but of a
vindictive attempt ot the landlords and
Government to ruin these tenants because
they wrung the land act of 1887 from the
Torv Government, and because the coercion
Oct ha tailed to crush them.
In the one case in which arbitration was
accepted, Colonel Vandeleuris' estate, the
landlords have practically both the land
lord and Conservative members of Parlia
ment who agreed to it. Every overture for
settlement from the tenants' side has been
floated over as a sign of weakness. "We
S3 OO lo Kane nnd Return.
Excursion tickets, good until September
30, are on sale at the Pittsbure and "Western
depot, Allegheny. Rate, 55 00. Train
leaves at 82:0 A. m. city time, daily, except
Sunday.
Bedford Springs.
M. train on the Pennsvlvania
close connections for Bedford
The 1 r.
R. R. makes
Springs.
Stylish Suits,
a good-fitting suit go to Pitcairn's.
For
No. 434 "Wood street.
F. it T.'a Pilsner Beer.
Call for this celebrated beer. It is to be
found on draught at all first-class bars.
TTSSU
Childhen's cabinet photos $1 per dozen,
at Aafrecht's Elite gallery, 516 Market st,
Pittsburg, Use elevator.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
This powder never Taries. 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 oJ
ow est. short weight, alum or phosphate pow
ders. Sold only m cans. ROYAL BAKING
POWDER CO.. 108 Wall St, N. Y.
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WASHBURN ALL EIGHT.
A Friend Blakes nn Antbentic Statement
That He is Financially Sound He
Wan Scmewhnt Embarrassed,
but Han Palled Tkroach.
NewYobk, July 13. Stories which have
been widely published over the country in
reference to the financial embarrassments of
Senator W. D. "Washburn, of Minnesota,
are made the subject of an authoritative
statement here to-day by Thomas Lowry, of
Minneapolis, who has been his business as
sociate. Senator "Washburn sailed for
Europe on "Wednesday, before the publica
tion of the stories affecting his credit.
Answering an inquiry about the alleged
sale of Senator "Washburn's house to him
for 840,000, which the Senator was said to
require to pay interest on his debts, Mr.
Lowry said: "There is no truth whatever in
the statement. Senator Washburn's house
is not deeded to me and never has been. I
never loaned him $40,000 to pay interest
on his loans, and never was advised that he
was in need of that amount for such a pur
pose. As to buying the Senator's house, I
can frankly say that it is about all I can do
to support the one I now live in."
"What is there about Senator "Washburn's
trouble?"
"It has all passed. A few months ago he
was somewhat embarrassed, owing to the
fact that his time was occupied in politics
instead of payingclosg attention to his
various business interests. He, however,
promptly converted securities which be had
in hand, and paid all maturing obligations.
Senator "Washburn is financially sound, and
his moral and personal integrity is such that
he would sacrifice the last dollar he possessed
to pay a hundred cents on the dollar."
The Sponge is Mightier
than the Brash.
sBaicr 3Ei Mi "
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THROW AWAY THE SHOE BRDSH
and use a Sponge and water, which will
keep your SHOES BRIGHT
and CLEAN if you use
Woiff'sAGMEBIacking
The -women know a good thing and trill
hate it, and the men ought to.
Itpreserves the leather and gives a bril
liant polish. Waterandsnowslipoffitas
turelv as off a duck's back. Men's shoes
require dressing ONCE A WEEK
women's once a month, that's all. Worth
trying, isn't itt It is also the best dreis-
ing for harness, on which it lasts THREE
MONTHS.
WOLFF & RANDOLPH. Philadelphia
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L. D. Beet, the well-known crayon artist,
is now at 68 Federal street, Allegheny, with
Hendricks & Co., popular photographers.
Mr. Bert is a first-class artist and invites all
his former pupils, as well as all others who
desire to take advantage of this opportunity
for a life size crayon, to his new stndio.
He is now forming a new class. Those who
desire to do crayon work should call.
Terms, $1 a lessonf only four lessons neces
sary to complete a crayon, when it is yours.
Call at gallery for further particulars.
Something new for the children this
week at Hendricks & Co.'s new photo par
lors, 68 Federal street, Allegheny. Cabi
nets $1 a dozen. ttssu
Smoke the best, La Perla del Fumar
clear Havana Key "West cigars. Sold 3 for
25c by Q. "W. Schmidt, Nos. 95 and 97 Fifth
ave.
I WILL GIVE
J. DIAMOND, Optician,
22 Slxtli Street, Plttstourcr.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses correctly adjusted
to every defect of sight. Field and Opera
Glasses, Telescopes, Microscopes, Barometers,
Thermometers, etc.
ARTIFICIAL EYES made to order
and warranted. Always on hand a
large and complete stock, Jaff-TTSSU
Barometers, Thermometers and Hydrometers,
Medical Batteries, Photographic Cameras. The
largest stock of Artificial Eyes. Everv stylo nf
American and European Patented Eve-Glass
and Spectacle Frames. Lenses of superior
quality perfectly adjusted to the sight at KORN
BLUM'S OPTICAL ESTABLISHMENT. 60
Fifth ave., near Wood st. Telephone No. 1GS6.
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8500 to Anyone Not Using
The True Tailor System
If they will cut as perfect a fitting garment of
any kind and give such exquisite graco and
ucuiijr iu lud iuiui us x win wun my system,
using only a tailor's square and tape measure
which is every tailor's outfit and should be
yours.
In regard to the claims of theso-called "tailor
systems" I will simply remark that any method
which does not use a tailor's sanare and tape
measure independent of pieces br pasteboard
or graded scales cannot properly be called a
tailor system. ,
So do not be deluded or persuaded into buy
ing or using a set of "graded scales," charts,
models or machines called "tailor systems."
Perfect Fitting Patterns cut to order and
system taught.
The True Tailor System,
PT O. PERKINS, Inventor,
445 Wood st., 3d door from
Fifth ave.
. jy!4-su
HERBERT WALKER,
ARTIFICIAL EYE
MAKER,
65NJNTH ST.
je30-75-Su
SPECIAL TRAIH
Will leave Lake Erie Depot, end of SmithSeld street Bridge, at
9 a. m., city time, THURSDAY, July 18, and will arrive at
Beaver at 9:30. Carriages at Depot and a drive through the
handsome streets and attractive roadways to
GKrOiEL.A.IsnD,
Where a Lunch will be provided in the Cool Shade of the Forest
Trees.
Prepare to come and see this, the handsomest, most ac
cessible, healthful and desirable residence Property in the
Market.
LAEGE, LEYEL, SHADED. LOTS
on wide streets in view of river on main street of Beaver, con
venient to three railroads. To be sold at AUCTION on JULY
18. Call on ire for Excursion Tickets and learn all particulars.
CHARLES SOMERS,
313 "WOOD ST.
Jyll-80
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Finzer's
Old
Honesty.
The Chewers of OLD HONESTY
TOBACCO will soon find that it
lasts longer, tastes sweeter than
other tobacco", and will please you.
Ask your dealer for it and insist
on getting it.
Genuine has a red H tin tag on
every plug.
NEW ADVEKTISE3IEXT3.
mh2-35-S3n
SUMMER LUNCHES.
PRICES NEVER SO LOW.
Chipped beef 12c and 23c per can
Corned beef 12c and 18c per can
Potted meats 1 comprising chicken, turkey.
Deviled meats Vduck, ham. lobster, tongue
Sandwich meats ) at 20c,25c, 30c and 35c per can
Roast turkey and chicken 30c per can
Boneless turkey and chicken 50c per can
Lunch tongue 30c and 50c per can
Pickled lambs tongue 15c per Jar
Pickled lobster 45c per jar
Bonelcss'pigsfeet 30c per can
Truffled liver sausage 65c per can
Chicken sausage 35cp-rcan
Vienna sausage 15c and 25c per can
Imported Frankfort sausages 7ocpercan
Fresh clams 12c and ISc per can
Imported sardines 12c and 20c per can
Imported boneless sardines 25c. 33c 45c can
Fresh salmon 17c, 20c, 25c and 45c per can
Spiced salmon 30c per can
Pickled oysters 40c and 75c per jar
COOL DRINKS.
Lemon juice EOc per bottle
Fruit syrups (all kinds).. .25c and 50c per bottle
Raspberry vinegar 45c and 75c per bottle
Gingerale, imported II 00 per dozen
Ginger ale. domestic 90c per dozen
Silurian mineral spring ginger al, ta.
52 7o per dozen
Root beer, extract 25c per dozen
Birch beer $1 50 per dozen
Grape sherbet 50c per bottle
Send for the Housekeepers" Guide. Maued
free.
Ml.lffl &
ji miuuiiuu u uuiii
18 DIAMOND, Market Square,
1 PITTSBURG.
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NEW .ADVERTISEMENTS.
$10 OUR ANNUAL $1Q
m dollar siu:.
"We are a little late this season in starting', but it is only
because the rush of a busy season has been continually pre
venting it You will find among the articles mentioned be
low just tho thing to make your home complete.
$10
a
$10
$10 For a Good Bed Lounge. $10
$10 For a Substantial "Wardrobe. $10
$10 For a Marble Top Bureau. $10
$10 For a Handsome Plush Rocker. $10
$10 For a Nobby, Stylish Dresser. $10
$10 For a Glass Door Cupboard. $10
$10 For 25 Yards fine Ingrain Carpet. $10
$1 0 .:. $1 0
$4 ZDCTWUST,
$l Per Week for Balance.
HOUSEHOLDCREDITCO.
405 "Wood. S-b:r?ee-b-
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ACKNOWLEDGED CHAMPIONS OF LOW PRICES
$10
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS
To Toung Couples Starting
Housekeeping.
$10
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For Billons and Nervous Disorders, such as Wind and Pain In the Stomach, Stele
Headache, Giddiness, Fulness, and Swelling after Meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness,
Cold Chills, Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite,' Shortness of Breath. Costlveness,
Scarry, Blotches on the Skin, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Breams, and all Xerrona
andTrembUng Sensations, &-c THE FIltST DOSE WIIX GIVE BEUKF IN XWKNTTf
MINUTES. This is no Action. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one Box of these Fills,
andtheif teill be acknowledged tooea Wonderful JUedleine. "Worth a guinea abox."
BEECHAATS FILLS, taken 03 directed, will quick? restore females to complete health. For a
WEAK STOMACH; IMPAIRED DIGESTION; DISORDERED LIVER;
they ACT LIKE 3IAOI0: o w cfote will work wonders upon the Vital Organs, Strength
ening the muscular System; restoring long-lost Complexion; bringing back the keen edge of
appetite, and arousing with the ROSEBUD OF HEALTH the tchole physical energy of tho
human frame. These are " facts " admitted by thousands, in all classes of society, and one of tho
best guarantees to the Nervous and Debilitated is that BSXCEUTS FILLS HAVE 122 L1S3Z2S SIU
07 iSI SISSST U2SXSIH2 IS THE 70SL9. Full directions with each Box.
Prepared only by TIIOS. BEECBTAM, St. Helens, Lancashire, England. '
Sold by Urugglsta generally. B. F. ALLEN & CO., 365 and 367 Canal St., New York ,
Solo Agentsfor the United States, trAo (Inquire first), if your druggist does not keep them,
WILL MAIL BEECHAH'S PILLS ON RECEIPT OF PRICE, 25 CENTS A BOX.
THERE IS NO QUESTION
KEECH'
ability to serve purchasers of Furniture better than any other
house in this section of the country. It stands to reason that
it should be so. Buying in such large quantities as only a
trade as big as enjoyed byKeech warrants, and paying Sl'OT
CASH for everything, it easily enables him to undersell all
competitors in the field. Now, then, if you have any inten
tions at all of buying any Furniture whether for the parlor,
the cliamber, the dining room, the sitting room or the library
you will but consult your otvn interest in visiting Keech's
before investing any money elsewhere.
And now a few words about Keech's handsome and spac
ious, bright and cheerful Carpet Jtoom. It makes no differ
ence wliellier your purse be lean or fat, or whether you fancy
light or dark, loud or genteel designs, you can here be suited
to a "X." Body and Tapestry Brussels, Moquctlcs, Velvets,
Ingrains, Chinese Mattings, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Bugs,
Mats, etc. All of these goods in the greatest variety and at
prices that will make the mosi persistent bargain seekers
smile.
It may be getting monotonous lo speak of Befrigerators,
Ice Cream Freezers, Fillers, Coolers, etc., but, as the fever
heat continues, it is timely arid appropriate to be sure. Well,
as we have told you before, we have all sizes, kinds and de
scriptions of ice-saving Bcfrigerators, and do you suppose for
one moment that we would sell as many as we do if our prices
were not right?
Don't forget our DTouse Furnishing Goods department,
containing a complete stock of Queensware, Crocliery, Tin
ware, Woodenware, Lamps, etc.
No home, without a baby; no baby, without a Carriage.
Don't say you can't afford buying a Baby Carriage until you
have learned Keech's prices. They are witliiti the reach of
thepoorest.
We haven't said much lately about our Dry Goods and
Clothing departments. Didn't have to. TJie big bargains wc
are offering here quite suffice to make things lively.
GroocLs old. For Cash,
Or On Credit.
-$
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iKiimiEioiar
923 and 925 Perm ave.,.
ZLSTeaz? ZLSTi -n ln. Staree-fc-
ESTOpen Saturday Nights till 10 o'clock.
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"We tako this method of bringing to vonr no
tice the Neatest. BeU Proportioned, Finest
Finished and Cheapest Buckwagon ever put on
the market.
PKICE J75, COMPLETE WITH SHAFTS.
i. GLESENKAMP & SON,
Nos, 318 and 320 Penn Ave.
(No connection with any other carriase house.)
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"OH, FOR A THOUSAND TONGUES TO TELL"
of the great, glorious, matchless, unapproachable bargains' in Men's Fine Suits offered at
Kaufmanns' this week. Think of it, reader! The same Suits, the same fine imported
tailor-made Suits which we sold last week at $14, a price that even the closest buyers
considered low beyond comparison, will go this week at $12. Of course, the assortment
is not quite as large any more, but it is yet extensive enough to afford a pleasing selec
tion to the most careful, stylish and particular dressers. We have our reasons for this
ruthless sacrifice, and we would print them here, if by so doing you would be benefited.
But you wouldn't What care you for the reasons that prompt us to sell these suits
below cost? The only thing that interests and concerns you is the fact that you can
walk into our Men's clothing department any day this week and get a fine Dress Suit
for about half its actual value.
dpNone of these Suits will be charged or sent on approval. Cash only will buy them.
u .QrjLL -u-w.Aiy ofcyv
"OH, FOR A THOUSAND PENS TO WRITE"
of the superior quality, the excellent make, the perfect fit, the pronounced style and the
custom-like appearance of the Men's fine spring and summer Suits we shall offer choice
from this week at the nominal price of $12. They include scores of the latest light,
medium and dark patterns, and are carved out in the most popular sack and frock shapes.
You can't gain an idea of the value of these Suits until you have found the prices at
which the corresponding qualities are sold for by other clothing houses. They will ask
anywhere from $18 to $22 for them, without a blush. We invite you to step in any day
this week and make your selection at $12. Don't do so, however, unless you are fully
convinced of the big saving you make. Now, then, let the fun commence! You can't
come too early, if you wish to participate in this unusual bargain harvest To avoid
mistakes or delays be sure and ask for the $12 Suit counters as soon as you enter the store.
ENone of these Suits will be charged or sent on approval. Cash only will buy them.
.'. Reductions in Boys' Clothing. .
We have gone all over our Boys' department and cut down
prices without mercy. Nobby Linen Kilt Suits from 50c to $1 50.
Boys' good Short-Pant Suits at Si 39, Si 75 and $1 98. Boys'
strictly all-wool Short-Pant Suits at $3. Our fine light-colored Suits
have suffered the most $4 and $4 50 are now the prices for our
former $6 and $7 lines. Equally great bargains in Boys' Long-Pant
Suits, Single Pants and Shirt Waists. Come now, while the stock is
complete.
Reductions in Thin Coats and Vests.
We won't salt away a single summer garment this season, if big
reductions will prevent it All must go, and go quickly! Alpacas,
Seersuckers, Flannels, MoAirs, Brilliantines, Pongees, Cashmeres,
Drap d'Etes, etc Remember, the hot weather has only begun, and,
if you want a light, cool Coat or Vest, now is 'the time to buy it.
We have several show cases full of White and Fancy Dress
Vests. They'll be sold at reductions.
Reductions in Summer Underwear.
We have just placed on sale 300 dozen of Men's first-class
Balbriggan Undershirts and Drawers to be closed out at 39c. They
come in plain shades and fancy stripes, and cannot be obtained
elsewhere below 75c.
How about summer Scarfs? Do you need any? Our handsome
flowing end English Scarfs at 35c still have the call. Better come
around quickly, before the assortment will be exhausted. Calico
and P. K. Scarfs in great variety--at bottom prices.
.'. Reductions in Low Cut Shoes. .".
We will continue during this week our special sale of Ladies'
tan and russet colored Oxfords and patent leather tipped Dongola
Oxfords at ONE DOLLAR A PAIR.
We also will place on sale about 1,500 pairs Men's Oxfordsat
1 25t $1 50 and $2, regular shoe store prices being $2, $2 50 and $3.
We carry the largest assortment in -the city of Misses', Boys
and Children's tan and russet Shoes and guarantee you a saving on
every pair. Headquarters for Base Ball and Lawn Tennis Shoes.
CUT JLTTE3STJ3 OTTIR, SPECIAL SALE TO-MOBROW OP1 IMIIEISPS ELAlsTiTEL JkJSTJD SILK STBIPE SZECLETS.
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