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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

FIVE HUNDRED BEYOND RESCUE (Continued From First Pnge.) tho Bmoky Hill Klvor last night caused ''■many more tn lonvo their homes, nnd hundreds nrn now encamped on tho hills' 1 «nst of town; Most of tho business (; 3ioiifseH are closed. i. Hill Clty.hns beon an Island since Tuen«l»iy: No trains havo bnen running there this week. Tho lown Is small and the stock of provisions is getting 'vary low. People aro Huffmlng grontly. Tliu outlook In Council Orove Is apjinlllng. On a smaller scalo tho situation •thcro Is much tho tamo as that of North Topekn. Nine or more people have been hurnofl to doath In a f.Te started by Flacking limn. Reports received to-day s»y there Is small prospects of tho- wntor . falllnK within tho next twenty-four bourn. Knur hundi-'ia houses have burned in I North TopeHa, and that wholo section of ''■ tho city will Ixs binned. Ah far "8 can be learned alwiut nnc , i h«inrlr<o and fifty persons aro dead. Most of tho.«o wero burnod to dcuth. All tolrgmph ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

6 BUILDING Crowing Sentiment for an Up-10-Date Structure. POWER OF COMMISSION It Has Never Beon Discharged and Can Go Ahead and Expend tho Sum Set Aside by tho Legislature, While tlipw Is strong opposition from the older clement of the people, tliere is a growing sentiment nmong ' the younger generation that tho State ought to build a new Cnpltol, Instead of .'ippndins nn.v larifb Sinn In an effort to repair and renovate the old structure no dear from Ita historic nHsoriatlon*. Tho Capitol Commission, it Is understood, are rather embarrassed as to what slmuia lx> done. There la now available about »87,000 of the jino.ooo appropriated by tlio General Assembly nearly two yours ago, but It wiih appropriated for a ppepinc purpose, nnd under such conditions that It la not practicable to expend It to ntlvantiiKO. The sum Is not sullicient to reconstruct tho bulldlnv along- the lino outllnod by tho nrchltocts in tho rlHtis orlKlnally drawn. Every cent of tho money enn he spent p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

EXERCISES AT RALEIGH Dr. D. if. Abbott Delivered the Annual Address. THE F ARME RS ' CLUB Gov. Aycock Orders a Special Term of Alnmance County Superior Court. Slate Bond Issue Largely Anticipated by Expenditure. (Hpoclhl to The Tlmcs-DlFpnUh.) nAl,i;i(Jlf, N. C, Mny iSO.-Dceofallnn Pay was observed here to-day by t lio general Meado Post. G. A. n., No. 30. A good-sized procession moved from the head at Kayellevillo Street nt 5 o'clock to the Niitioimi Cemetery, whom Dr. i). 11. Abbott, ex-iorporallnn commissioner, delivered tin! annual address, and Dr. I. McK. Plttlnfjer, rector of tho Church of tho «ood Shepherd; olllclated as chaplain; Governor Aycoek was greatly pleaded wllh his vlwll to tin) commencements of Wake Forest Collcßr? ntifl 1-lttlelon Kefttalo CollegO, from which he hiiß Just returned. Moth Institutions ho declared to bo In a wonderfully flourishing condition. SPECIAL COUNT. The Governor Iwih ordered a special term of Alhmnnde county Silperlor Court to h" convened hy ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

8 FSTiFIABLE HOMICIDE What Has Been Proven in the Haywood Case. ONLY A MOTION FOR BAIL General Surprise at the Weakness of the Evidence Introduced by the Prosecution — The Bail Will Likely Be Granted. iHpcclnl to Tbn TtniM-fTßpntcli.) RALISIUH, N. C.. May *;.- The State closed the enso Bt 4 o'clock tins nflereklnnrr February 21M. nnd counsel for defense stated that they have .two or. Ibreo witnesses they will Introduce in rebuttal. Then rex-ess was tiiken until argument, so tho question of ball will be with the Justices before noon Monday, when the few r^mninlnt, rebuttal witaru examined. The fact tint Haywood's counsel do desire to argiuo tho case Illustrates their confidence in the case for bail they have made. People generally express "surprise at the unimportant character ■of State's evidence, nnd It Is generally that ball will be forthcoming, Snd In view of the evident failure of the Etato to disprove evidence by the dclense of Skinner's assault on Hnywood fceforo he shot, tho ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

B HELP WA NTE D— FEMALE. I^ANTKD, onm p^nt CHAMBERMAID.. .Apply (it OilO W. |.'rnnklln Hire*). frOUNO LADY wanted. Apply at THE HUB CANIIV {•<}„ lOH E. llrond Street. IwANTED, near Washtnuton, June lit, flrstelasi «..1(.re.l o*lk, Wnller nml IVallrnss; Rood vnyo*. Apply nt 11^ H. Third Street. (WANTED, (i first-class COOK, who is able to lake Hinrge (it kltihen. Apply, to 112 South Third Street. iWANTED, two experienced DREBSMAKEHB for n npr-^lnl line of work; fhort liotirs nt Mr pay. AddrcKK H. <"'■ "'.. Rtnll'in 11, city. OTOUNfJ LADIES evorywhere, oopy letters, home fvenlnxK, $t».W week. Kend nddre«»e.| envelopn for pDrlleulnro. MA NAURU. Dept. S, inn, Itoi 1411. I'hllii'lelphln. I'd. JwANTED, l*iS Agents to soil household remedy; good pnylnK ponltlon, Addrem with referoncex. RMVI.OII ItEMKDV CO., 108 W. Leiliixlon SI., llnltlmi.re, Mil. JLADIES— I2O por 1,000, or smaller quantities, pnld weekly. f»r copying lettem nt home; no nntne« to mi|ij.ly; nnlliliiK I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

10 AUCTION SALES— MONDAY. »rty J. b, C'arnr-ni .$ Son, Real Estate Auctioneers. TRUSTEKP AUCTION SALE OF AN ATTRACTIVE AND WELL LOCATED DETACHED DWELLING, NO. iw NORTH T\vi-,NTY-FIHST STREET, JN FAlHMorxn'. Hr virtue of n rertnln <lood of trust, diitprl Sojitcmbrr 30, I!>X>2, nnd rccordod In in-nilro frmntv Court clprkp nfflro In drcl book N->. lf.i », pago 74. default tmvInir beo« made In tlio paymcnl of v porIlon "f tho dfbt secured tlKSfeby. and Sim-Inn been roqulnvl by the beneficiary Iliprr-ln SO to do. I will on M'lMMi, JUNE 1, JWR, nt 6 o'clock P. M.. '<n the nnd hflfl "" rooms °and nec'lssary; 'con vnnIMICM Usually found 111 one of the kind 'TERMS— Cash sufficient to pay all COst of snlc. nn taxes to day ot BBle, and n debt of JH6.K.O now due. and balance Meoured under deed nt (i. 12 and is months f i m div or f>alc. Residue nt n credit of 24 months. All deferred payments to be secured by deed of trust on the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

B MEMORIAL EXERCISES IN VIRGINIA Blot on Fraternal Observance in Staunton. A COLORED MAN WAS THE ORATOR Staunton Military Had Agreed to Fire Salute. BUT MARCH AWAY WITH MANY FOLLOWERS Tha Keeper of tho Federal Cemetery, Who Agreed that No Colored Peoplo Would Take Part, Called on Minister Lyons, Negro Rep* resentatlvo to Liberia, to Make Address. (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlsp&tch.) STAUNTON, VA., May SO.— National momorlftl day ■waa parUally celebrated liero to-day and the Btaunton Rifles, un<l«.r an aßrecm«nt with tho Superintendent <>f the National Cemetery tho-t no colored jioople would tako port in th<s ceremony, inarched with tho parade to the cemotery, n. <l!atance from this city of over a mile, and wero to have fired a EiUuto of thrno rounds over tho gravea of tho dead, but efter Colonel • Hampton H. Wayt, of . lh« Governor's HtAff, had dellvorfd a short address, Mr. I>»wl)«, the keeper of the Foderal ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

&2 NEW LINE TO PETERSBURG A Passenger and Freight Steamer to Norfolk. A GOLF TOURNA/MENT Ferndale Park Casino lo Bo Opened With the Presentation of Roanoke, A Heavy Siorm Prevented Rev. (Special to Tho TlnipslHspntch.) PETERSBURG. VA., May ."W.-A n»w pniipenger nnd freight steaboat Is to fco put on tho lino between Petersburg and Norfolk, pnrly in June by a company composed of Messrs. T. F. Parsons, Robert Cnbiiniss, of Petersburg, and Philip Risers. AY. ii. Pureell nnd A. R. Morris, of Surry county. Tlio capital Btook of tho company Is to be f»0,00O. A pteamor practically new is to bo purchased for the line nnd pporlnl ncconimodnUons will ho made for pnsenßors. There, has been no steamboat connections between Petersburg and Norfolk since the .JUcCnll whs tnken from the line several weeks ago by Its owner, Air. J. AY. Phillips. A team from the Newport News Golf Club and one from tho Riverside Club Flayed a tourmimcnt at tho Country Club grounds, near this city, this afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

THE UISI'ATCIi: FOUNDED 1850, | WMULU ( .«J U IMtfILK, .'.O.ZDJi A Most Impressive Event Here on Thursday. /MANY LEADING CHURCHMEN COMING A Reception to tho Apostolic Delegate Wednesday. MR. THOMAS F. RYAN IS TO BE PRESENT The Donor of the Magnificent Structure Will Be an Honored Guest— A Number of Bishops Will Grace the Occasion — The Programme that Has Been Arranged. In th* 1 presence of one of the most ellsMngulßhed p-iUifrlnßs of clerßy and lai '>' ever known In Richmond, the corner»tono oJ thp great now Romnn Catholic Cath'.'dral; In p.roccsa of erection horn, will be lr;ld on the nftßrnoon of Thursday next. with attending exercises In keeping with the Importance of the event. From many dirf<;rrnt points In the country prominent visitor* will come) Including a number of bishops nnd other prelates hlKli in the councils of the church. The apostolic delegate representing the Pope In tha United States, ■will preside, and around him will bo 'enttMTed a number o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

2 IIRST BRUSH IN THE FALL Very Interesting Campaign Just Opening Up. < SENATORIAL CANDIDATES They Will Strive to Uspture State Senaators, Who Will Hold Over and Vote for Martin's Successor — County Officers and House Members. The people of Virginia are about to «mba.rk upon one of tho moat unique and Interesting campaigns ever fought in Its history and It promises to fairly brlstlo from start to finish with events of public moment. There aro mirny conditions surrounding tho coming struggle which will tend to fflvo It life and mnko It unlike any of those which ha.vo prccedoa. One Is. that owing to Constitutional Changes, all the county and district officers will bo chosen nt tho regular fall election for the first tlmo In many years, if not in the entire history of. tho State, nlong with tho entire membership oJ the House of Delegates and half of the State Senate. Another Is the fact, that for like reasons, tho campaign will be conducted for the last time under the old and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

X Jhis will be a week of wonderful Values in (flash fabrics. &arge purchase of itfash Qoods, consisting of Jpimities. CJinghams, Qinghams. £,awns, Percales and other desirable £$ash Qoods fabrics, which we offer as the most extraordinary values ever known in the month of June. s-m 11 IL® Ja '®>m® svw? in iC Gooiesi Store Carge S/tiprnont of French and American 'Dainty 97/ us lin fyjidorwcar 97/ade from fine S/ioer 97/us/inSj Cambrics and 7/ainsooks. 50 dozen Gowns, low neck, Bishop and short sleeves, made of cambric, cotton and nainsook, hemstitched, color-stitched, ice and jr go embroidery trimmed, 75c. to %!50.y0 umbrella ruffles, some trimmed with insertions Paris lace, still others in Swiss em f Cl/L {\f\ broidery, 39c. to &PU.UU Busy-Corner Headquarters for Nainsook Corset Covers, 75 styles, beautifully d»^ ao trimmed, 13c. to «pZ.yO Great Shirt Waists Sacrifice r j. 1* Fromcr prices $1.00 to $2.00; sale rsi Lot l===prlce ■ UC r jyy Former pri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

i QChc Times-Dispatch. IHshed Dnily nnd Weekly nt No. 4 orth Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. Eut«red Jnnisnry 27, 1003, at Richmond, Va., as SoeonilClass Mnttcr, tiiulcr Act of Congress of Mnrch - The DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH is nt 2 cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH is field nf fi rpnts a copy. DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail— CO cents n month > $5.00 a year, $2.r>o for six months; $l.i*o for three months. SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH by mail ?2.00 n j-onx. Tho DAILY TIMES-DISPATCH, iniltiiiing Sunday, by Currier, 12 cents per week, or r>o cents per month. The SUNDAY TIMES-DISPATCH, by Cnnier, 5 conls per week. The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, *1. 00 v Mr . All l/nsicried Communications will be 1 Jroicctod. • Rejected Communiontinns will not no '♦•chimed unless nccoinpamod by stamps. I Uptown Office nt T. A. Miller's, No. ClO Eusl Itj-ond Street. I SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1003. i 'Beglnnlnp with the flrßt ot Juno, the >jrlce of Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch, within tho •Vsor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

r A \ Wh&i Wa/ Done Last Week j 1 In Thl/- Great World of Ow\a | American j(t Tairs, PFJVRRY WILL UKN TOR MAYOR. The Intopt developments In the New York mayoralty ennipnlgn I« the unconditional enternnce of "Big ]*nr Devdry, ex-poller* chief, ns an Independent; ruitlT.inunany candidate for the people's suffrages. The city Is congratulating Itpclf on nt lonut an mldltlnn to the humor and plctiiros'luenoHS of the contest. IMJOHKVBLT TO POLITICIANS. A formal statement was Bivoti to tho press by Pfrnlilent Hooßevelt at Walla Walla, MOnU, di-llnlng his position In connection with the contest In Ohio over his i-ndnrsemcnt. Hn Bftld he hnd not Baked nuy miui for his support nnd hnd not Kiiped the Issue nf eudorKemont, but being rnlßOd, of course, those who favored his administration would endorflo. At Tiicomu several Senators fit a dinner cr t-li-lsed tho President fncetlouwly for disregarding the wlshf-s of Senators In difi* irlhutidii of p.itronnge.. and tho President ("Udiln...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

« The June Harper contains a story written by Mr. James Branch C'nbeii, of this thi- devflopmenl ol tho nutlior's very orlßlnnl pl<it nnd constnirllon. The tlnio Of the "Conspiracy" dates Vnok hundreds of years, The scene J« laid in the French Chateau u'Arnnye, and the chnroclers, iv en far as lvrnits nre concerned, nro tho Sleur d'Arnayo. ■Vhlß niece, (he Demplßellp Matthlßlte, and ERroul, the Bleur d'.Arnaye'a reputed page, 'ftvho Ik in Ills mvn propi'r person MoiiHlaiir . ilflp Ptryfertngd, the lordly lover of the Bern Mnlthiotte. 1 The story opens with n conversation bo* ■twreu UlO Sleilt* d'Arnaye and his nioco. ;*The Sieur tells her thut Monsieur de l'uy[eiihgo will come to wed her on the mor'*ovv. The girl, gentle and beautiful, nn[KWOrs that she does not know Monsieur, i-*Uid that, moreover. nlie does not love E3llm. Her uncle poOll-pooliß and cvn<le» for a while, then .speaks to her plain•:p-. "We of gentle quality, he snys, "may : ;|iot yield to earl!...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

FINANCES OF A WEEK Liquidation of Rocent Dato Improves Conditions. THE LABOR SITUATION Somo Controversies Have Been Settled, but the General Outlook Is Still Menacing— Good Railway Earnings Reporled for May, (Succlal to Tho Tlrnen-Dlßpatoh,) NKW YOJtK, May 30.-The Financial Age my»; Tim recent ll<|iil<lntlon Jn the stock market ha« resulted In at limt brl|i«ing prlcew In a level whefO oOnoervatlVo intoreKtH lmvo lic<!n tempted to invent, as was evidenced liy tho nliHorptl"" whli-li followed tho decline of Monday. l>ondon also la wlifiwliiß a keen<!i- Interest In our HocurltlPH. 'iV.-e an; promlHliiK hlkiih. not only bocaUßfl they nlnrilfy tlio ontrance of miliHliintl.-il irilPii.-sts, hut by reuson or tho fuel that tho weaker nnrl more durifieroilH floineiilß aro Ikjlhk ellmUiatud. With the advent of Juno mom-y n«aln comes tn tlio froiit a« tlio most important factor In the Hlumtlon, mxl nlthoiiKli thoro Ik nothing In the presen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

8 SOCIETY LIFE IN NORFOLK Pleasant Parties View the Run of of the Yachts. TRIP TO LAKE DRUMAIOND The Marriageable Club Makes the Journey in a Launch — Mr. Irvine Entertains Friends at Willoughby Club— To Give Crosses. (Speclnl to Tho Tlmp.o-Dlspnteh.) NORFOLK, VA., May 30.— Mrs, H. H, Ivittlo entertained Wednesday evening at lier home in OJient. complimentary to Misa Portia Haldwin, of Borryvlllc, and Miss . Mnry Lloyd, of Kn?t Orange, N. J. The evening was spent in playing literary mind— that is, ench puost received a pnper lettuce leaf with several quotations attached to It. Mlsn Carrie Hunter Rnd Mr. George Sarßcant succeeded in guessing the authors of tho greatest number and wero awarded the prizes. Mrs. Little's guests wore Miss Bald* ■ Win, Miss Lloyd, Mips Helen Taylor, Miss Alice Old, Mlfp Carrlo Hunter. Miss Nellie Little. Mr. Robert Beverly. Mr. Lutlwell Baldwin, Mr. Goorgo Sargennt, Mr. Robert M. Hughes, Jr., Mr. Algernon Chalmers, of Alexandria, and Mr. S. S. Thonins. Jr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

THE NEWSPAPER ARTISTS' WORK Exhibition Begins In the Crcnshaw Mansion on Juno Bth. on opportunity to throw off the atmosphere of high nrt in landscape, marine,, flguro and (lower canvaseß, WllloH hnvo bo dt-llghled them. Just long enough tills will he to make them welcome tho new und Inspiring work of tho Newspaper Aitlsls' AFHOe-lntlon. Tho black and white creations will till the plai.es which havo been occupied by favorites of tlio Art Club, and perhaps the old wulls would hdVO kept for their own, but th« eiratigers will not bo long In Illllng tho mansion with tho air of their popularity nnd Importance. Although the newspaper artist's worlt In chiefly In blai-k and white, yet tho man who hns to have his pen ready nt a moment's notice to make a picture, for his paper, liiih his quieter moments, WlilCll lie devotes to moro ambitious nrt, nr.d not a few have made national reputations for their work In water colors and <>Hb. Tho exhibition will begin June Rlh, nn...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

Ip _Wainan^4»hs'tsJ FISHER'S. |M«ln and 14th Sts. Uj |W Rh / Lvfl Z-I ERE'S ono of our now TwoJLJm Piece Suits for summer jfitSmJ wear. A snnppy, stylish garment, isn't it? Its fabrics aro Homespuns, Flannels, Wool Crashes and Serges, in light and dark mixtures and stripes. A Two-Piece Suit is tho thing for summer comfort. Wo can fit any form and any pocket-book — stouts, slims an d regular sizes — at tho same price. $5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00. Flannel Wool Crash and Homespun Trousers Can't go without your coat and vest during tho summer months unless your trousers ore all right. Ours are of the best kind. They have belt strap and cuff bottoms for $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $5.00. CLOTHES FOR LITTLE FELLOWS. Wo clothe tho boy from 3 years old up to 17 years old. If you want to save money bring the little follow here, and we will show you somo wonderful monoy-sayers iv Knee Punts Suits at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00. Shirt sale of tho week—Eclipse and other brands of f»Q...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

M Th'o days when tho ''flhop wan tin? fii-linnl" BCf>m to h'aVfl nbnut • ended. T_r>arn!npT by ftXpeMetiCS ppr-ina to bo no lonßer th«" pfoper thltiK- Thorn nro training BOhonlK for fllthOM every mlllng t n ~ day. Thr magazines nrn nilfd with their ndvnrtlßpmcnts. Mnny of tliPin "toach by mull." Thf ?rhf>ril of noting la no n<-w Ihlnif. I drr nut hollnvt-, Inwvfr, nny nf <linn claim to teadi by mull. The Bfliool Byntem In lh'> la^t frw ypars, howovor. linß ovrn extended Its Held In Iho realm r,f thn thffitrn, until It lisa Invndpil iim plfty-wrlter'a art. people nrp now ''taught" to write Rood plnye. ■\Vn\ild that BOlilO of tho wrltPiH of tho rlrntnn, who linvo nr» dlfllculty In mnklnpr n living nt th"lr <?alllnß, would attend tlio BChool! IT Jt enn Qo whnt It Halms. Hut thut Ir tho very point. THer* (ire Boma tliliißs that car) not Ijp fmißlit. I belleYO H would ho Jnpt «r easy to toaoli cm" to tiTomn n pn...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 31 May 1903

■'- -..■■■ ■"■■^ i i iv . - ; •-.'/ The Second Garment Sale Has Surprised All the Town. The most beautiful garments of every kind and for every use, from the infant up, including the boys, tp=tfi* handsomest Indies' garments, from a third to a full half under the best prices these goods can ordinarily be retailed for, And Cohen's stands back with all iron-clad guarantee in any garment you buy. Nothing but lho best made garments, despite these almost rediculous prices. A full half floor is piled up for your choosing 1 , "00 dozen Night Gowns, made of fine soft muslin, some of cambric, V-neck. hemstitrhod ruffle, yoke of embroidery, insertion and tucks, full sizes, Monday's sale price GOr. 117 dozen Finest Nainsook Long Cloth and Cambric Gowns, that can be made at $1.75 to $2.00, 20 various styles, choice of any, 08c. 86 dozen Night Go-wns, in half dozen styles, high or low neck, all have trimmed yokes, neck nnd sleeves, nny for 30c. Of) dozen Cambric, Nainsook and Long Cloth Gowns, h...

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