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THE . PITTSBURG- DISPATCH, StTNDAY, JULY . ,28, 1889;
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& SIGN OF. THE TIMES.
- The Late Debates'on the Royal Grants
Interpreted to Mean That
HOYAL EXTBATAGANCE MUST STOP
The Gorernment's Tictory by Ko Means a
Great or Glorious One.
JIOKLEI TO TACKLE THE MATTER AGAIN.
Once More the KaUonalijts and ConstmtiTei Tote
As many Americans as could gain admis
sion were present at the debates on the
rojiil grants in Parliament last week. The
result is a warning to the royal family that
in future no extravagances will be winked
tBT CABLE TO TUX PISrATCH.3
Eomxttr. Julv 27. rConyrieht. The
debates oThursday and Friday on the
royal crants in the House of Commons were
the most interesting of the present session of
Parliament, and many Americans were in
the crowded galleries, among them Chaun
cey Depew and Minister Lincoln. Many
others would hare liked to get in, who
found that all the power of the American
Consulate was unable to extend the limits
ot the seating capacity of St. Stephen's.
It was a bad week for the royal laniily, in
epite of the big wedding. It is not pleasant
for an avaricious old lady like the Qneen to
be shown so plainly thai an end is almost
come to her opportunities for plnnder, and
it is a sad thing for the Prince of "Wales to
read the signs of the times that point to
such narrow possibilities for himself by the
time he reaches the throne.
SOT A GREAT VICTORY.
It should be borne in mind that the vic
tory the Government is making so much of
was merely the defeat of Labouchere's
amendment, whereby he proposed that Par
liament, in response to the Queen's petition
for an allowance for her granddaughter,
should inform the old lady that she might
economize her household expenses and
dower tbe Princess herself.
That there are 116 members of Parliament
who are willing to make this stand is not
encouraging from a Koyalist point of view.
Irora a Republican point of view, to be
sure, it is less than ridiculous that a Qneen
with a private fortune of 820.000.000, an in
come from crown lands and other property
of $2,500,000, and a salary ot almost $2,000,
000 more, should have the assurance to ask
the people to make an allowance tor her
granddaughter, who marries a man with a
private income of $400,000 per year.
An analysis of the vote on Labouchere's
amendment is of interest. The conservative
vote of 254 was solid against the amendment,
or course. The Unionists all votea against
it, too, with tbe exception ofRichard Cham
berlain, brother of Joseph, to the number
ol 58. A number of Gladstonians did not
rote at all, but 36 were recorded against the
amendment, as was the entire Nationalist
party, with the single exception of T. P.
Parnell's motive in casting his CO votes
in favor of the royal grant is considered ex
cellent politics, 'since he thus puts the
Nationalist party on record as not opposed
to the crown.
On Monday John Jlorlcy moves an
amendment very similar in its scope to the
one that has just been defeated. Morley
will move that, in the opinion of the Com
mittee on Iioyal Grants, no adequate ground
has been shown for a proposal which in
creases the charge of the consolidated lund,
in order to make provision for the younger
members of the royal family, and while ad
ding to the burden, leaves
BOOSI FOB FUTURE CLAIMS
of the same character. This amendment
will also be defeated, bnt the debate npon
it will be a very lively one, since the Gov
ernment, having given two days to Labou
chere's amendment, intends to apply the
cloture next week.
The action that will, in all probability, be
taken npon the royal grant question, will
be to accept Gladstone's compromise, and
grant 36.000 to the Prince of Wales, with
the stipulation that he shall hereafter pro
vide for all members of his own family nut
of his own purse, though Prince Albert Vic
tor, as heir apparent, will be made a sepa
rate proviion, necessarily, when his father
The fact that there are 116 Badicals in
Parliament whom not even the entreaties of
Gladstone could move to vote in favor of a
royal grant, is of the utmost significance.
Ten years azo, when the Duke of Con
naught's marriage brought up the same
qnestion, there were very tew members of
tbe lipase of Commons who voted against
HARD TO KEEP IN LINE.
It was with great difficulty that Parnell
induced his followers to cast their vote
against Labouchere's amendment on Fri
day. Biggar's disgnst was pathetic He
was the last man to go out, and he almost
groveled on the floor with humiliation. It
was the first time since Gladstone brought
in the third home rule bill that the Nation
alists and Conservatives had voted on the
same side of a question.
The only amusing incident of Thursday's
and Friday's deoate was when the editor of
Truth took a rise out of Joseph Chamber
lain, whose American wife was watching
the scene from the gallery. Enumerating
tbe sinecure salaries that are paid to officers
or the royal household, 2,000 to the Lord
Chamberlain, 2,000 to the Master of Horse,
2,500 to the Master of the Buckhonnds,
5,616 to eight lords in waiting, 2,685 to
eight grooms in waiting, and 3,000 to four
Mr. Labouchere asked why the country
should be put to the expense of paying
noblemen to perform these duties, while
there were so many gentlemen, like the
honorable member from Birmingham, for
instance, who would be only too glad to per
form tbem for nothing. Chamberlain was
startled out of his usual composure, and as
he is one of the most unpopular men in
tbe House of Commons, there was a shout
of laughter from, all sides. He turned red.
and then white again, and succeeded in
looking very foolish indeed, ranch to every
one's gratification, except that of his wife.
noma Agnln After Ilia Plucking,
nrr cable to the dispatcb.i
London July 27. The gamblers' aphor
ism that "there is a fool born every minute"
is illustrated by the return from France this
week of the Earl Dudley, one of the young
noblemen who were arrested in the cele
brated raid upon the Field Club some weeks
ago, the said young nobleman having lost
$50,000 at cards in Paris.
Furorablx Impressed by thn Uncolot.
JST CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. 1
London, July 27. The American Min
ister and Mrs. Lincoln gave their last pub
lic reception for the season on Friday, and
will start in a few days for the German
watering places for a brief visit Mr. and
Mrs. Lincoln and Miss Lincoln have made
a very favorable impression in London
Colonel North Booms the Nitrates.
IBT CABLE TO TSX DISPATCH. 1
London, July 27. Colonel North's re-
. turn to London has caused a boom in all
nitrate securities, but the bulls are so anx
ious and ready to take profits that there
redoes not appear to be much stay in it
&2 urates nave been fluctuating a lull point.
jffcrfi! "jTi-rV-yes f-o points oVily.
TBXJUG TO CONVERT THE 8HAH.
A Larce Portion of Ills Olnll Consists of
Bibles and Tracts.
tBT CABLE TO TUX PISPATCH.1
London, July 27. The Shah continues
to be discussed in London drawing-rooms
and newspapers. It seems that the chief
social difficulty with him and his suite arose
out or tbe question of clothes. The Persians
do not undress when they retire, and they
do not slsep in beds. Nazir Eddin has fol
lowed the custom of his country during his
visit here, am so have his suite. As their
servants sleep outside of their doors, in
order to be within call or their masters in
case of necessity, there have been several
slight misunderstandings in English country
The Shah is still traveling in the prov
ince, and visiting mills and factories, and
otherwise improving bis mind. He has
been presented with no end of Bibles, and
his daily mail is always largely composed
of tracts tending to convert him from Mo
hammedanism to Christianity. Uu tne
Sunday of his visit in Liverpool a clergy
man preached a bermon in which he pointed
out that Mohammedans were singularly
tree from the vices of drinking and gam
bling, and regretting that the Prince of
Wales had led the Shah out of the path of
virtue by showing him how to bet at race
tracks. The Persian monsrch has exhibited much
surprise upon learning of the position in
Victoria's household of John Brown, whose
colossal statue he had noticed and admired
at Balmoral, under the impression that the
subject was a great statesman. The Shah
says they manage those things better in
PAID WELL FOE HER DIAMONDS.
The Divine Sara Loses Her Jewelry and
Has lo Krwnrd the Finder.
tBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH. 3
London, July 27. An ill wind for Sara
Bernhardt blew good to a cabman last Tues
day. The tragedienne, who is playing at
the Lyceum Theater, took a hansom after
the performance for her hotel, carrying
several thousand dollars' worth of diamonds
with her, as usual, but not as usual taking
tbem oat ot the cab when she reached her
destination. She discovered -her loss next
day and flew to Scotland Yard, where she
went into a transport of delizht upon find
ing them. Tbe cabman had handed her
property over to the police. When the
divine Sara learned, however, that under
the English laws she owed the cabman 165
salvage) the London detective force wit
nessed a melodrama.
She called down the vengeance of heaven
upon the framers of the law that oppressed
her, and then demanded to see the Chief of
Police. When she was told that that officer
could only be seen by appointment, she
raged anew. "Why not" she demanded.
"I can see the Prince of Wales without ap
pointment, why not the Chief ot Police?"
Thieats and entreaties proving alike of no
avail, she went to her lawyer, who effected
a compromise, whereby she paid the cab
man 65, and the diamonds were returned
CODLDN'T SWIM ALL THE WAT.
A New York Theatrical fllnong-er Stranded
In London for n Few Days.
tBT CABLE TO THE DISPATCH.!
London, July 27. Jessie Williams,
musical director of the New York Casino,
who has been in Europe on a visit this sum
mer, did not enjoy the last few days of his
stay in London. The reason was that Will
iams lost his return ticket to America and
his pocketbook last Wednesday, and having
left his bathing suit in New York, and to
swim being therefore out of the question, his
mental condition bordered on Irenzy until
Friday, when a friend supplied his financial
BED MEN TVOFT SELL.
Cherokee CommUsIoners Find Chief Mars
a BIk Obstacle to Negotiations
White Earth Indians Won't
Sell Their Reser
vation. TAnxEQTTAH, L T., July 27. When
Principal Chief Mays, of the Cherokee Na
tion, was questioned as to the attitude of his
people, concerning the onco'ming conference
with the United States Commissioners, he
said, speaking in correct English:
"The gentlemen will be treated with the
utmost courtesy, but if they come here to
negotiate a sale, or any proposition to sell,
their labors will avail, them and their Gov
ernment nothing. In the first place the
Cherokees don't want to sell to anybody,
and in the second place their Constitution
forbids any such transaction."
The Chief then produced a copy of the
Cherokee Constitution and read the prohibi
"The only way this can be amended," he
added, "is by giving public notice six
months before a general election, and no
such election will be held here for two
years; therefore any and all legitimate efforts
on the part of the United States to transact
a treaty with the Cherokee Nation for the
sale of its lands cannot possibly mature be
fore two years. Now I understand the idea
of the Government is to show that it con
tains certain flaws. Of course it is natural
that any expedient, however unfair, should
be adopted by the Government. The Chero
kees refuse to sell, but they will undertake
a monstrous task when they attempt to un
dermine our patent. We had in black and
white the words of President Andrew Jack
son giving this land to the Cherokees 'as
long as the grass grows and the water flows.'
However our title has again and again been
confirmed by the executive, legislative and
jndicial branches of the Government, and
several inferior courts have held similarly.
The Cherokees, therefore, will have cause
to be extremely suspicious if the commis
sion begins its labors by assailing our
Chief Mays was then asked if he would
call an extra session of the council to con
sider the proposition of the commission, but
he refused to commit himself on this point.
General Boss, the leader of the opposition
party, has several articles of impeachment
against Mays, to be made at the next conn
cil,and tbe chief is naturally somewhat reti
cent about precipitating a discussion of his
impeachment, so an extra session is doubly
improbable. The Commissioners spent a
large part of their time yesterday at the
capitol of the five civilized tribes at Musko
gee, where they outlined a plan of opera
tions, beginning at Tablequah, Monday.
General Fairchild thinks it will take abont
ten minutes to end the Cherokee conferences
if Mays remains as indifferent as he is at
A dispatch from White Earth Agency,
Minn., says; It seems pretty certain that
Absolutely Pure. "
This powder never varies. A marvel of pur
Jty, strength and wnolesomeness. More eco
nomical than the ordinary kin ds, and cannot
be sold in. competition with the multitude of
ow est, short weight, alum orphosphate now
ders. Sold only in cams. ROYAL TBAJONQ
PO WDKE CO, 100 Wall St, N. Y.
the great White Earth reservation of 3,000,
000 acres will not be opened this year. Com
missioners Bice, Marty and Whiting are
discouraged over the outlook. After sug
gesting many questions to the commission
in reference to the Nelson bill, the Indians
took a decided stand against opening any
portion of tbe White Earth reservation to
settlement. There have been several stormy
sessions, and the Indians are not in good
humor, so that it will be a difficult task to
secure their consent. The commission has
been in session at White Earth ten days,
and as yet has not secured a signature.
.Imported Drandenbers; Freres.
Medoc, St. Emilion, St. Estepha, St
Julien, Margeaux, Pontet Canet, St
Pierrie, -Chateau Leoville, Chateau la
Rosa, Chateau Mouton, Grand Vin Chateau
Margeaux, Grand Yin Chateau Lafitte, by
the case or bottle. G. W. Schmidt,
95 and 97 Fifth avenue, city,
Merit Wins. '
The photographs made by Hendricks &
Co., 68 Federal street, Allegheny, give uni
versal satisfaction. We do not hesitate to
guarantee our work every time, and stand
ready to refund the purchase-price if the
work is not satisfactory. Don't lorget the
number, 68 Federal street, Allegheny.
Cabinets only $1 a dozen.
Photo and Art Gallery, 70 Federal st, Alle
cheny, will take prize pictures of children
free of charge during the coming week.
Mothers, bring the children.
The numerous patients ot J-r. xcrourgn
will be glad to learn of his return lrom.
Polifrtt-nia n rmme flfrftln his Tirfletins at
163 Second avenue.
Its superior excellence proven in millions of
homes for more than a quarter of a century.
It is used by the United States Government
Indorsed by the heads of the great universities
as the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder does not
contain Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Sold only
in cans. PRICE BAKINGPOWDER CO.
NEW TORE. CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS.
J. DIAMOND, Optician,
S3 eixtli Street, Pittsburg;.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses correctly adjusted
to every defect of sight Field and Opera
Glasses, Telescopes, Microscopes, Barometers,
ARTIFICIAL EYES made to order
and warranted. Always on hand a
large and complete stock. jaJ-TTSSu
5 NINTH ST.
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THIS ELEGANT PARLOR SUIT, $28.
$28 $10 down, $2 per week for balance. $28.
SEE THIS THREE-PIECE CHAMBER SUIT, $18.
$18 $6 down, $lper week for balance. $18.
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$10 $4 down, $lper
a &? "c?
,? j s?s & ? . ZS &
STRAW MATTING, $4 PER ROLL
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The Chewers of OLD HONESTY
TOBACCO will soon find that lt
lasts longer, tastes sweeter than
other tobacco, and will please yon.
Ask your dealer for it and insist
on getting it .
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ening the muscular System; restoring long-lost Complexion; bringing back the keen edge of
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best guarantees to the Nervous and Debilitated is that BEICHAM'B FILLS UTS IBS LAS3ZSS SALS
07 iSl PATENT UEJICME IS IES W0IL9. Full directions with each Box.
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Sold by Druggists generally. B. F. AIXEN & CO., 305 and 367 Canal St., New Torfa
Bole Agents for the United States, teho (inquire first), if your druggist does not keep them,
WILL MAIL BEECHAM'S PILLS ON RECEIPT OF PRICE, 25 CENTS A BOX.
Barometers, Thermometers and Hydrometers,
Medical Batteries, Photographic Cameras. The
largest stock.of Artificial Eyes. Every style of
American and European Patented Eye-Glass
and Spectacle Frames. Lenses of superior
quality perfectly adjusted to the sight at KOKN
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Morphine and WnlikT Ilsblts psb
lessr cured. Treatment sent u irlsl
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on this Bed Lounge, $10.
week for balance. $10.
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PRICES NEVER SO LO W".
Chipped beer. l2o and 23c per can
Corned beef J 2c and 18c per can
Potted meats l comnrising chicken, turkey.
Deviled meats duck, ham. lobster, tongne
Sandwich meats ) at 20c,25q 30o and 35c percan
Roast turkey and chicken .' 33c per can
Boneless turkey and chicken GOc per can
Lunch tongue 30c and oc per can
Pickled lambs tongne 15c per Jar
Pickled lobster 45c per jar
Boneless pigsfeet 30c per can
Truffled liver sausage 65c per can
Chicken sausage 35c per can
Vienna sausage 15c and 25c per can
Imported Frankfort sansages 75c per can
Fresh clams 12c and IScpercan
Imported sardines 12c and 20c per can
Imported boneless sardines 25c. a3c. 45c can
Fresh salmon 17c, 20c. 25c and 45c per can
Spiced salmon 30c per can
Pickled oysters 40c and 75c per jar
Lemon juice 0c per bottle
Fruit syrups (all kinds).. .26c and 50c per bottle
Raspberry vinegar 45c and 75c per bottle
Ginger ale. imported". II 25 per dozen
Ginger ale, domestic 90c per dozen
Silurian mineral spring ginger ale, qts.
...$2 75 per dozen
Root beer, extract 25c per bottle
Birch beer $1 60 per dozen
Grape sherbet 50c per bottle
Send for the Housekeepers' Guide. Mailed
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M OZNTE Y
THIS WEEK YOU CAN-SAVE LOTS OF YOUR HARD-EARNED DOLLARS BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF
GENERAL MARK-DOWN SALE OF SUMMER GOODS
There is no "scalpi ng Indians," 'Ted fire" or "blood and thunder" business in this advertisement It's a plain statement of facts. We insist
that you investigate th is to your own personal satisfaction by giving us a call this week. Come and see the
The cream of everything that's new and stylish in custom-made Suits goes in this sale this week. The quality of the goods in
these Suits is not excelled by the "swell tailor" who charges you from $10 to $20 more on a suit made to order; nor can he fit you any better
perhaps not so well as we can. Remember this week ends this memorable sale, so we advise you to get here as early in the week as you can, for
best selection, Cash only talks this week.
MOTHERS, THIS WAY,
In Boys' and Children's Cloth
ing we'll show you a "taking line"
of Summer Suits that are very
chic. Unique designs crop out in
every direction novelties in pleats
and fancy trimmed Suits. Also a
full line of all the staple stand-by
goods that's dependable for knock
about wear. Don't buy Boys'
Clothing till you see our big as
sortment We'll show you good
substantial reasons when you call.
THE GREAT SUCCESS OP OUR SHOE SALE LAST WEEK STIMULATES US TO MAKE
THESE -SPECIAL OFFERS FOR TfiE NEXT SIX DAYS:
Men's Fine Low Cuts,
At this price we shall offer 500 pairs Men's
fine French Calf Low-cut Shoes this week.
They come in Oxford, strap and button styles,
and their regular prices are I3 50 and $4.
All sizes and widths.
Ladies' Fine Low Shoes.,
At this price we shall offer choice this week
from about 700 pairs fine French Kid Low
Oxford Ties; plain and patent leather tipped,
regular price $4.
Misses' Fine Shoes.
For Misses' Pebble Goat High-cut button
Shoes, extra good quality; guaranteed equal
to anything for which you will have to pay
$2 50 elsewhere.
"THE OFFICE IS THE INDEX
TO, THE BUSINESS."
The above is the terse and true remark recently made by a famous eastern merchant,
If you walk into an old, dilapidated looking, sparingly furnished office, you can't help but be
unfavorably impressed with the proprietor be he a business man, a doctor, a lawyer or a
banker. The importance, therefore, of having a comfortable, respectable Jooking office is
recognized by all live business and professional men. And there really is not the slightest
excuse for anybody's failure in this respect, if he but buys his
OFFICE FURNITURE AT KEECH'S.
At this popular establishment there is now on exhibition and sale a complete variety of the -$
most modern and convenient styles of Office Chairs, Desks, eta, and the prices at which
they are sold are positively from 15 to 25 per cent below all competition. All those inte
rested are invited to call and have ocular proof of this claim.
We've had a big run lately on Porch and Piazza Chairs, Rockers, Settees, eta We
1 have enough left yet, however,
your selections. .
Do you know we Tiave actually sold out our cheaper grades of Baby Carriages? Not
one is left But this is all the better for you who have not bought yet, for we shall now sell
our finer styles at the prices the cheap grades brought Thus, for instance, $15 Baby Car
riages have, been reduced to $12, those that formerly were sold at $18 are now offered at $15.
Business never gets dull here in Furniture. Our attractions never fail to bring people
from near and far. See our Chamber Suit lines from $16 up; our Sideboards from $18 up.
They're Top qualities at Bottom prices.
The balance of our stock of Chinese and Japanese Mattings now goes at reduced prices.
If you want cool and comfortable rooms during the hot weather these mattings will produce
the desired result
A few more words will finish our discourse of this day. Do you need a Refrigerator or
Ice Cream Freezer? If you do, remember that we have lots of them, and, as the season is
drawing to a close, we are quite willing to part with them at most any price. Come!
CASH and CREDIT HOUSE.
923 and 925 Perm Avenue, near Ninth Street.
Open Saturday Night'till 10 o'clock.
PLEASE, FOR BARGAINS.
We show a grand assortment of
Natty Sailor Suits at 98c, $1 24,
$1 48, $2.
Child's Suits, $1 48, i 69, $1 89,
$2, $2 50 and $3.
Boys' Long-Pant Suits, 4, 4 50,
S5 and $6.
Boys' Odd Pants, 19c, 24c, 39c,
49 c to 75 c.
Shirt Waists, 19c, 24c, 39c, 49c.
Boys' Thin Coats, 24c to 75c;
Boys' Thin Coats and Vests, 75c,
98c and $1 25.
Men's Patent Leathers,
This price will buy your choice this week
from 275 pairs Men's fine patent leather con
gress and lace Dress Shoes that are worth
every cent of $5. They're dandies, you bet
All sizes and widths. .
' Ladies' Fine Dress Shoes.
For Ladies' Bright Dongola button Shoes,
warranted hand-sewed; patent leather tips;
sizes 2j to 7; widths A to EE; regular price
3 98. .
Boys' Fine Shoes.
For Boys' extra fine Tan andJfcCalf Dress
Shoes; regular price $2 75. We have all
lengths and widths and can fit everybody.
to make it interesting for buyers. Come on, then, and make -
When Shakespeare referred to
"trifles light as air," he possibly
had in mind our line of feather
weight Office Coats that a mere
trifle will buy. We dished out a
big lot of Thin Coats and Vests
last week and scarcely missed 'em
from our immense assortment If
you want comfort these sweltering
days come in and get a cool Seer
sucker, Alpaca, Sicilian, Pongee
Silk, Lustre, Flannel or Drap d'Ete.
Prices here to fit any man's pocket
iESETHitA YE; AND SMlTHFIELDlSflK
SHORT AND SWEET.
That must be the feature of our talk
to-day about Furnishing Goods. What
is more important now is the low prices
thac prevail throughout this department
Bargains here this week that no other
house.in town can equal, viz: 3,000 all
liner. Collars, 8c. White elastic Bal
btiggan Sox, full regular made, toe. All
25c full regular Balbriggan Sox cut to
13c; warranted fast colors. Extra largo
Night Shirts, 5s inches long; 49c
Feather-weight Night ShirU -worth
Si 25, reduced to 75c Cool Balbrigsran
Undershirts, 25c. Fane genuine Bal
briggan Undershirts, 48c. Boys Flannel
Shirts cut from 60c and 75c to 39c and
49c Men's imported Scotch Flannel
Shirts cut from $3 25 to Si 48. Men's
fancy Flannel Shirts cut from S3 to
Men's Genuine Kangaroo,
At this price we intend to let 300 pairs of
Men's genuine Kangaroo lace and congress
Shoes go this week. The extreme durability,
flexibility and shapeliness of these Shoes make
jthem most desirable. They're worth $4.
Ladies' Good Tan Shoes,
At this price we shall offer about 1,000 pairs
Ladies' Tan Oxfords, plain and tipped; the
same shoes are sold all over town for $1 25
and over. Our price this week, 75a ,
Men's Base Ball Shoes,
At this price w,e shall place on sale this
week 1,600 pairs Men's first-class Base Ball
Shoes; the same goods for which - other shoe
stores get $1 a pair.
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