Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 135, Ed. 1 Saturday, June 4, 1898 Page: 3 of 4
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THE ERIE CANAL.
Claims Made In Behalf of Governor Clin*
ton, Gonvernenr Morris and Others.
A blue pitcher in the possession of
E. P. Powell of Clinton has inscribed
on one side "Utica, n village in the
state of New York, 30 years since a
wilderness; now, 1821, inferior to
none in the western section of the
state in population, wealth, com-
merce, enterprise, aotive industry,
and civil improvement." On the
other side of tho pitcher is inscribed:
"The great Erio canal, n splendid
monumont of the enterprise and re-
sources of tho state of New York.
Indebted for its early commence-
ment and rapid completion to tho
active energies, pre eminent talents
and enlightened policy of De Witt
Clinton, late governor of the state."
Canalboats and locks cover the rest
of the pitcher.
It is one of tho very few now in
existence of these memorable mo
mentosof the building of tho groat
canal. It is interesting, however,
mainly for the fact that it claims
for Do Witt Clinton tho chicf honor
of this groat water course. It is now
known, however, that the Erie canal
did not owe its conception to tho
Clintons. In July, 1810, De Witt
Clinton wrote from Mann's Mills,
on Irondequoit creek, "llero is
where Mr. Gcddes proposes a great
embankment for his canal." This
recognition of Mr. Ueddes a3 the fa-
ther of the enterprise is distinct.
But still back of this we have thiij
record that Gouvcrneur Morris, in
1803, in a conference with some
friends in Albany, spoke to Simeon
De Witt of a project that he had in
his head of "tapping Lake Erie" in
order to let the wators run overland
to tho Hudson, making a short line
of navigation from Now York to tho
lakes. Geddes heard of this project,
caught it up and pushed it with all
the energy of his active mind. In
1816 he was made engineer of the
proposed canal, in conjunction with
n French engineer, and these two
bad charge of the surveying and
supervision of the construction.
These rocords seem to give the
original honor of the Erie canal to
Gouvemeur Morris and to Gcddes as
a close second. But another claimant
appeared in 183d in the person of
Jesse Hawloy. Mr. Hawley left a
will in which we find thisclause: "I
give to the Historical socioty of New
York my original essays entitled
'Observations of Canals,' printed
from October, 1807, to April, 1808.
In these essays I claim to be the first
projector of tho overland route of
the grand Erie canal, from Buffalo
to Utioa. And I now herein declare
it for a truth, under all tho solem-
nity of this last docuraont of my
life, that the idea of tapping Lako
Erie and taking its water across
the country to the Mohawk at Utica
was an oiiginal conception of my
own mind, which ocourrod to mo at
Seneca Falls early in April, 1805."
After complaining that the state
had not condescended to acknowl-
edge his services in any public man-
ner he requests the Historical soci-
ety to accept tho evidences and to
keep them in its sacred care.
Notwithstanding Mr. Hawley's
claim, it is dear that othors had
been thinking of the subject prior to
himself. Whether the project was
really originated by Gouvcrneur
Morris or not we cannot say, but no
historic record has as yot been pre-
sented which antedatos his discus-
sion of tho matter in 1803. It must
be added that it seems quite prob-
able that tho restless mind of this
statesman gave birth to a project
which at the time seemed chimer-
ical. No glory can be taken away
from the Clintons in this case, for,
while the national government was
appealed tofor publioimprovements
in every other section of the coun-
try, the Empire State, under the
presiding care of the Clintons alone,
without national aid, created the
grandest engineering enterprise of
the age.—Utica lierald.
Mat* For Eating.
Nuts are much employed in high
class cookery, but their value seems
not to be recognized by the majority
of country housewives, too many of
whom let the squirrels get them nil.
Very delicious dishes are made of
chestnuts. Any nut makes a cako
more delicious. Nuts chopped and
sprinkled over puddings, hot or cold,
give a new flavor and greatly im-
provo them, while mixed through
custard they make a surprising
* change in this simple dish. Stewed
. apples sprinkled with chopped nuts
and the core space filled with jam
ake a good dessert, which need bo
t no cost ezoept for the labor used,
nd this ia of only nominal value.—
f'l gness that if the truth were
wn," said the neighborhood gos-
p, "Miss Biglittle is the bone of
itention between her father and
, i(>t" shouted the young man
L^ho waits on Mias Biglittle. "Bonet
should say not. She weighs 14S
ids and is plump as a partridge."
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POPE LEO'S ROOMS.
Sacrod Corners In the Vatican Seldom
£ecn by Inquisitive Visitors.
Tlso rooms actually inhabited by
Pope Leo in tho Vatican are not nu-
merous, and only tho cardinals, his
immediate surroundings and those
who are granted a special audience
are admitted. Access to them is
reached from tho Corte Damaso by
the Seala Kegia, opposite tho cele-
brated Sistine chapel, wliieh latter,
although it actually forms part of
tho private apartments, is not diffi-
cult of access to the general public.
The furniture of ail the anterooms
is modern and very simple, being
made up of red damask and velvet,
with gold lace hangings. There is
nothing in them specially to attract
tho eye or to remind us that we nro
invading the privacy of the pontiff
savo tho baldachini, or canopies,
which ore made use of in proces-
sions and other functions and which
have similar upholstery. Under ono
of these the pope takes his solitary
meals, for by the etiquette of the
court I10 is not permitted to enter-
tain even the nearest of his relatives,
or to eat otherwise than alone.
The piivate library, which over-
looks tho piazza of St. Peter, has
three windows, but some years ago
the present pope diminished its ap-
parent size by means of a richly em-
broidered damask screen, artistical-
ly disposed and lightly supported by
elegant columns, which divides the
room into two parts. Tho walls aro
furnished with bookcases of pearly
whiteness, picked out in gold with
golden foliage, but tho books which
repose in these shelves, as well as
the numerous manuscripts, are not
visible, boiug for the most part
carefully covered by greon silk
hangings. The screen only roaches
as far n» the top of tho windows,
and thus tho upper part of the room
is left own.
The division of the room which
has two windows contains but few
books, but on tho side opposite tho
screen is a largo console in the stylo
of tho seventeenth century, 011
which aro placed a crucifix and two
immense candelabra. The only orna-
ments of the library consist of busts
of the popes—ten in number—among
which Pius VII and Pius IX are con-
spicuous. It is here that 011 certain
seiniprivate occasions, as, for in-
stance, his name day (Onomastico)
in August, the pope receives tho
visits of tho cardinals and of his
As might be expectod, the daily
routine of the pope s life is extreme-
ly simple, but the amount of work
of infinite variety which he gets
through in tho day is incredible,
considering his advanced age. Ho
rises at 7, at which hour his faith-
ful valet and maggiordomo, Centra,
is always in waiting to assist at his
master's toilet. His bedroom is
largo and commodious, without a
vestige of luxury, but the details of
his apparel require the help of an
attendant. The popo is neat to tho
last degroe in all that concerns his
requisite dress, and his valet take
caro that nothing is wanting in the
disposal of his spotless linen or of
his purplo stockings and that the
sacred slippers are in their place.—
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to have on garments which
aro warm, well cut. well
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;BLACK DRESS GOODS-
3U inch blaok henrietta 25o kind
3ti inch, all wool black serge, 35c
kind at 25
40 inch, all wool blaok mohair
brilliantine, 50o kind at 39
■10 inch, all wool black albatros,
extra quality (J5o kind at 45
50 inch, all wool silk serge 50c
kind at 35
48 inch, all wool black serge 05c
kind at 45
38 inch, all wool black batist, 05c
kind at 50
44 inch, all wool black batist !)8c
kind at 75
45 inch extra tine silk finish biiN
liantine 08c kind at 00
40 inch figured and striped grena-
dino 75c kind at 50
30 iuch wool and silk mixed black
figured grenadine 75o kind at.. 60
30 inch black all wool grenadine
50c kind at 35
44 inch black all wool grenadiuo
extra fine 85o kind at 05
32 inch black wool figured bril
liantine 25c kind at 18
In skirt and dress patterns wo
have them in novelties, silk bril-
liantine, silk Boeillia cloth and black
brocaded silks from 35 cts. to $ 1.25
One lot fancy figured silks 35 and
50c kind at 25
22 inch b'aok China silku extra
heavy 50c kind at 45
22 inch China silk in ovoniug
shades all colors extra quality at 35
and 45 cents.
28 inch Japaneso silks extra heavy
in evening shades 75c kind at... 50
Black brocaded Indit silk large
and small designs for dresses and
skirts at 50
23 inch black brocaded silk 75c
kind at 50
Black satin special 25
Black satin special 40
24 inch black satin extra qual
ity at 50
22 inch black moria silk 75c kind
22 inch black gros grain silk $1,
75 and 05 cents.
22 inch black satin duchosses $1
kind at 75 and 65 centf.
22 inch blaok taflita silk 75c
kind at 50
24 iuch black taffeta silk extra
quality 98o kind at 00
20 inch pieces fancy silks, stripes,
plaids and figures at 50 aud 75 cts.
HI I K OBOANPII8 AND BATISTE.
20 inch pieces 10 yards to pattern
fancy figured and eatiu stripe silk
organdie value 00c at .. 35
20 inch pieces 10 ynrds to pattern
fauoy figured bilk batist lovely pat-
tern valuo COc at 35
10 inch pieces fauoy dotted and
striped linen Swiss very shear 35c
kind at 25
20 inch patterns large and small
figured French orgnndiep, n< 1110 in
satin and lace stripe, no two
alike, regular valuo 25 to35c at.. 18
'20 iuch pattcins French organ-
dies large and small figures very
hear aud extra quality, 20o kind
10 yards fancy ligured lawns for
ll) yards fancy figured calico for
lOyirds fancy stripe aud plaid
gir-g' u:u for 25 cents.
10 yards fancy Sea luland domes-
tic for 25 cents.
10 3 arch fancy percale calico for
10 \ards bleached domestic for 35
10 yards suitings evening thadee
all colors for 35 cents.
2 biles round thread cotlon stripo
at 3k cents.
2 balos best made Rescue plaid
•t 5 cents
50 pieccg chevoita at 5, 7J, 8^ and
40 pieces extra h.uvy Mackinaw
duck 12£ kind at 10 ceutn.
25 pi ice 9 good mattress ticking
at 5 cents.
20 pieces extra quality mattress
tickiug at cents.
15 piects fcahter licking at 10
ground, 15c kind at 7^
20 inch piccos nun's veiling iu
croam, pink, N1I0 green, light gray,
light blue and cardinal at 1'2 j and
38 inch croam henrietta extra
quality at 35 and 25 cents.
42 inch cream henrietta all wool
silk finish 75c kind at 00
10 inch cream white all wool
serge 75o kind at 45
38 inoh pink henrietta 35c kind
42 inch all wool albatros canary
color 50c kind at 35
42 inch all wool cream albatros
extra quality 65c kind at 45
40 inch all wool henrietta in light
tans, grsyj, lavenders and canaries
at 65, 50, 35 and 25 cocts.
38 inch black and white shepard
checks 15o kind at 10
25 inch wool filling changeable
brocades at 10 oents.
GRAND, SWEEPING MAY SALE!
now aoixra- oit
MISTROT BROS. & CO.
Each and every department brimful of Bargains. Goods Retailed at Wholesale prices.
Head out price list. It will pay you if you want to save from 20 to 30 per cent.
Barpins in Out"
n 1 A O And the o»ny ddiclou. and toothsome
Heinz s Baked Beans ; food.
With Tomato Sane*. Canned by Americans
Mwoji Ham, «cum tempt Qaccn Chrlstlm
Tlnnnd Corned Beef. hrntf, let aloae a blocVa4s4 Soruuih oft-
I innwi vurneu UBCI, ^ ^ hire the «.ho oast branr< 0 cuaei
Deviled Ham. "" " ***
I. NOWAKOWSKY & CO.,
Brimful of bargains iu l idieK, mis
es, children's, boy's and men's laeo
oxfords, strap sandals, Prince A1
berls and high tut lacc and eon
gross shoes, all go iu our big May
sa'o at a sacrifice.
Child's dongola kid strap sandals
with bow and buckle, were 50, now
field's square and round foe
Drew Selby, one strap siudals, 75c
kind, at 50c.
Misses dongola, patent tip fan
dais, 75c kind, at 50c.
Misses dongola kid Drew Kelby
make, tan slid black 1 strap sun
dais, with bow and buckle, at 75.
Misses dongola kid, Dr.nv Sclby
make, tan, oxblood ami blnelr, one
strap sandals, wi li bow and buckle,
were *1.25, 11.50 and *1.08, ac-
cording to size j, at 08c, 11.25 an I
Misses dongola kid onT >rde, pat^
cot tip, spring heel, sizes 13 to 2,
were $1 25, sale pi ice 00c.
SJisbos dongola kid strap sandalf,
with bow and buckle, patent tip, 12
to 2, were $1 25, at 08c.
Misec* tan stiap panda!*, with
bow and buckle, round toe, sizes
12 to 2, were $1.25, at 08c.
Children's dongola kid button
.-hoes, | a'ont tip, square loo, mo 3
to 5, wh-o 75, now 50c.
Cliildien's dongola kid button,
Drew tSelby hand made, patent and
slock tip, sizea 2 to 5, were 08c, eule
Children's dongola kid button and
lace shoo?, Drew Solby make, in
grerns, blacks, tani, chocolates and
oxblood, wero $125, rale pi ice $1.
Big diive in Drew Solby hund made
misses button and lace shoes iu ool-
nr*, black, lan, chocolato and green,
sizes 8 1-2 to 10 1-2, and 11 to 2,
prices according to size.
Ladit s dongola patent tip oxfords,
Bizes 4 to 8, 75c kind, sale price 25s
Ladies' dongola oxford, pa'ent t p,
4 to 8, were $1, ssle price 68c.
Ladies' dongola oxford, patent tip.
coin toe, $1 50 kind at 08c.
Ladies' dongola kid oxford, vot-
ing top, patent tip, coin toe, gcod
value at $1.50, at 98e.
300 pairs ladies' sample custom
made oxford ties, stock aad patent
lip, coin toes, real value of those
goods $2, to $3, taleprico $1 25.
Old ladies' houso slippers, low
heel and broad toe, voiy soft audi
flexible, at 50c.
Old ladies'01 ford lies, brood toe |
and low heel,wire 1.25,sale price $1. |
30 pnirs odds and ends of Diew
Selby & Co's ladies' oxford ties,
strap Fanda'.s and Prince Albert", in
blacks, taos and dark chocolates, at
Ladies' dongola Prince Alberts,
common sense too and low heel, very
soft and flexible, woith 1 98, at 1.50
Drew Solby $2 oxfords »t 1 50.
Drew Selby 2 50 oxfords at 1 08.
Drew Helby $3 oxfords at 2 50.
Drew Selby 3 98 and4 50 oxfords
Men's and Boy's Shoih—Iu men's
and boy's tine custom made shoes
well known brands as Tho Mauss &
Co., Excelsior Shoe Co. and llell-
mann, ltotman & Co. Wo liuve them
in rxblood, green*, fans, Drake
chocolates and blacks. In congress
and lace, coin and glove toes: Men's
sizes 6 to 9, at 2 98 to 3 98; boys'
sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2 at 1 98 to 2 98.
Each and every pair wairanted to
give satisfaction or money lefunded.
Boys' satin calf congress and lace, 3
fo 5 1-2, at 88c, 98c, $1, 1 25 and
Men's satin calf congress and lace.
Boy's kneo suits in square and
rouud cuts, numerouj styles and
shades, from 50c to 3 50 a suit, age
3 to It! years.
Men's colored summer coats at 25o
Men's bkek corded sateen colts at
Men's black mi l white hair line
coats and vests worth 1 50, at 08c.
Men's gray and white mixed coats
and vests, worth 1 50, at 1 00.
Men's black alnaca coat at 1 25
to 2 50.
Men's navy blue sorgo coats and
ve<ts, skeleton liucd, real value is
7 50, at 5 50.
Men's navy bluo serge coats and
vests, extia quality, skoleton lined,
real value $10, at 6 50.
Men's linen crash suits, ^alue 2 98
at 1 98.
Men's black Sicilian roats and
vests, extra quality, at 2 98, 3 50,
4 00 and 5 00.
Men's all wool navy blue flannel
suit* were 6 50, now 3 98.
Mon's nil wool sack suits, gray
aud white checks, were $5, now 3 98
Men's a.l wool sack suits, mingle
brown, were $5, now 3 98.
Men's all wool navy bluo flannel,
round cut sack suits, were 7 50,
now $5 00.
Men's all wool round cut sack
suits, broken sizes brown stripes,
wore 7 50, now $5.
Men's all wool round cut sack
suits, iu medium aud light brown,
were 6 50, now $5.
Mensiill wool light gray round
lit sack suits, were 7 50, nuw 5 00.
Mouh all wool extra quality, round
ut sack suits, invisible plaids, were
:10, no w 7 50.
Men's all wool extra quality round
cut sack suits, medium, dark plaids,
were $10, now 7 50.
Men's all wool extra qua ity round
cut sack suits, pin check, wero $10
now 7 50.
Men's all wool extxa lino tailor
made round cut sack suits in brown
and gray, regular va'ue is $15, now
Men's all wool navy blue eerge,
extra fine quality, .MiddleESX flan-
nel. tailor made, square and rouud
cut sa k suits, regular value 15 00,
We have five cr eight difl'orent
styles and colors, strictly up to date
lador made, in round nnd square
cut sack suits, regular value $15 and
18 dollars, 12, 12 50 and 13 50.
Men's all winl tailor made fro k
suits, extra quality, iu gray and
brown mixed, regular valuo 15 do!
lars, at 10.
Men's all wool black Clay worsted
sack suits, round and square cut, at
5 00, 7 50, 8 50, 10 00, and $15.
Men's all wool black diagonal
Prince Albert coatB and vests, extra
quality aud long, were 10 dollars,
now 7 50.
Boy's 3-Pii.ce Scits — All wool
round cut sack suits in gray, red
and white che.k, were 3 98, dow
Black diagonal stck suits, were
3 98, now 2 50.
All wool navy blue round cut sack
suits, were 5 00, at 3 50.
All wool, extra quality, light gray
and light brown sick suits, worth
7 50. at 1 50 All wool tailor made
roucd cut sack suits in brown plaid,
worth 7 50, at 5 dollars.
A11 wool extra line tailor made sack
suits in medium gray, regular value
10 dollars, at 7 50.
All wool extra quality black diag-
onal and rergo suits, at 3 50, 3 98,
5 98 and 7 50.
Boys Knkk Pasts—50 doz. in C«'-
simer tweeds and wash goods at 10,
12 1-2, 15, 25, -10 to 75c.
Little boy's wash suits, 50, 65 and
New line men's cassimer pants,
tailor made, ex'ra quality and lovely
patterns At I 50,1 75,1 98, '2 00, 2 50
3 00, 3 50 and 3 98.
Men's dirk ens-n'mer pints, 1 75
kind, at 1 25.
Men's California pants, extra
qualify, 1 75 kind, at 1 25.
Men's oasimer pan's worth 1 50 at
Men's California blue duck pants
Men's Ca'ifort-ia blue duck pants,
extra size, at 98c.
Men's brown duck pants, double
LADIES AND MISSES SAILORS.
Misses' black and white sailor* ribbon liowi
at I5 cents.
Misses' white slraw sa 1 >rn, 4 i-2 inch brim
at 15 cents.
Misses whit? straw sailorp, 4 1-2 inch brim,
trimmed with ribbon and Howera, at 25
and 85 cents.
Children's untrirmmd while *traw Leghorn
hats, worth double the money, at l X to
Oiildion's fancy embroidered caps at lo. 25.
f . 35 to $i 25.
Children's fancy Napoleon caps at 60c.
Mines' checkered and plain crash halt* at 25c
Ladies' black and white straw sailors, trim*
med, at Ijc,
Ladies* straw sailors, high crown stitched
with red and black bands, wero 50 now
Ladies white 3traw sailors with colored biim
Ladies' whit 2 and black chip siilors, colored
slraw brims, $1.25 value at 98c.
Ladies' white and bla.k straw sailors at 15,
25, 35, 50 and 7jc.
Misses'white and colored straw hats, Mexi-
can shape, something new and stylish at
50 to 98c,
NEW LINE LADIES SHIRTWAISTS AND
One lot ladies' fancy colored Percalo and
Ltwn waists jOc. value at 28c.
One lot Indies' tanry colored percale snl
lawn wniste, laundriod cut!', nnd collar?,
f 1.25 kind al 76c.
One lot ladies' eitra tine qualily farcy fig-
ures, stripos and plaid., laundried cud's
and collars, a bargain at $l.2C, $1.50
an I $t.75 at 98c.
Ladlrs' Mack brillantine waist with white
culls and collars value $3.00 at $2,0o.
Ladle.' fancy silk waists at $3 60 to $5.
I.adiet' black brocaded brillantine slorls, lit
tic soiled, worih t2.fn at $1 VS.
Ladies' crash linen skirta at 60 and 86e.
PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS.
Cbildrcn'a fancy colored parasols at 20, 2 q
4u to 75c.
Twenty-two and 24 inch black Gloria para-
sols fancy tipped handles at 46 and 50.
Twenty-tin inch black gloria pansols natu-
ral and crooked handles and sieel rods
at w to 76c.
Twenty-six inch black silk umbrellan and
parasols, sterling silver tiimmed at Sl.2<
1 5°i'>7S, 1.98 and 2.5 >.
One lot while parasols with white handles at
1 00, I.50 and 1.75.
One lot black Chica silk parasols with one
and two rows flouncing 2.00 valuo at
Three doz. rouvenir spoons
of the battleship Maine
Eight dozen nickle alarm
clocks at 7«c.
Wo sell the Yankee Arabic
dial watch in nickle and
Ei It at 1.00.
Men's rolled gold plated
collar buttons at to. It.
Men's solid gold front col-
lar buttoni at 380.
Men's ehirt stud buttons
from 10 lo 50c.
Men's lever back cufl but-
ton» I.25 at 75c.
Men's link cuff buttons
from 2o to 750.
M n's leather watch chains
Men's rolled gold plated
watch chains from cO to
Scarf pins from lo to 25c.
Men's wiznar l cuff holders
Men's scarf holders at 5c.
Men's drawers supporters
Ladles' shirt waist iota at
from lo to sc.
Ladie.' silk garlers
bow and buckle
Misses'hose supp "iters in black and white
at i2 1 2 to 16c.
Ladies' hose supporters in black and while
Ladies nlaid bolts at loc.
Ladies' I( ather belts, consisting of all th'
shades with single and double buckles
»t 10, I5, 2o, 2S, 3S lo 75c.
We have a swell line of ladi". jewel belts,
tho latest out, at 26 to 1.5a
two Mir* lor |(
Men's brown diill drawers, I#, 10, 26 tp «0o
Men's Challenge, bleach drill drawen at
Men's brown balbi^an shiita, patent neck
and pearl button 1, silk taped froat, at
35c, 25c, 20:-.
Men's knit ahiito, gojd quality, 35c, 3$c,
20c, 12 1 -2c.
Men's grey mixed tooder.hlrts, patent neck,
silk front and pearl buttons, ]kkind,at ate
Men's dark tan ribbed* balbriggan under-
shirts, silk front and patent necks, 6(c
kind, at 60c.
Men's, youth's and boys' >uspenders.
Men's suspenders, good webbirg and wire
buckles, at 60c. 8fc 2jc, Joe, 15c, and loo
Boys' suspenders, 20, 16, and loe.
Men's black and tan hoso, 20c, 16c, la 1-ac,
loc, 8 l-jc and jc.
Big drives in men a work shirts.
Men's handkerchief large sixes, white 'and
co'ored borders, aoc, Ijc, |2 i-2c, Mc,
7 l-2c, and 5c.
now HHIItT WAISTS.
20 dot. boy's waists, good quality, at 25c, loc,
■ 6c and 12 I-2C.
15 doz. Mother's Friend boya' laundered
shirt wai ts, made ol best percale, were
(>■;<*, at 890.
10 doz. Mother's Friend boy's nnlanndored
shirt waist, were 50c. now 39c.
6 doz. the 8tar brand boys' laundered shirt
waist, 7$c kind at 39c.
New line of gent's negligee shirts
New line of gent's nock wear.
New line of gent's night shirts.
New lino gent's unlauodered shirts
Gent's linen collars at 6c, 10c and la 1-2,'.
Gent's linen cuffs at l$c, aoc and ajc.
Gent's rubber collars at Jc.
Gent's rubber cuff's at loc.
Gent's exlra heavy and wide suspenders at 2j
Men's fancy plaid and stripe laundiied neg-
ligee shirts, 36c. kind at 25c.
Men's fancy colored negligee shirts, laun-
dried, real valuo 76c. at 5oc.
Men's fancy co'ored negligee shirts, soft cool
body, detachable cufla, worn with white
collars, regular price86c. at 65c.
n's extra fine fancy colored negligee 1
Jas. Fowler make, lovely patterns
. . th
or without collars, regular price 1 26
Men's fancy figured and striped negligee
laundriod shirts, extra quality, value ia
86c. at ti,5c.
Men's extra fine plaid hose at 83, 2o and 12}.
Gents' white lawn string ties per dtzen 29,
16,12 1 2, lo and 8 l-3e.
Gents' fancy colored garters at 26, 20,16
Gents' fancy colored Boston garters <0c.
kind at 40c.
Six feet shades, assorted colors, pal. spring
rollers at 16c each.
Six fee t shades, dodo trimmed, assorted col-
ors, real value 28 at 20c.
Six feit Midland shades, plain aborted col-
ors, real value 3s at 25c.
Seven foot Holland shades, dodo trimmed,
assorted colors, 60c. kind at 36c.
Eight feet linen Hollan 1 shades, do.^o trim-
med, assorted colors, 65c. kind at cOc.
Eight feet bleached linen shades, frigned
ends, real value 7s at 6jc.
Curtain poles, oak and brass fixtures corn-
icle at 10c.
Tabfo oil cloth, best made, whi'e and fancy
coin, crlobo and pointed toes, sale front, exlrii h^avy, at 75c.
price !18c, #1, 1 '<25, 1 50 and 1 75.
Men's satin calf congress and lace,
vesting lop, patant tip. ri uud toe,
regular prico 2'25, at 1 75.
Men's dongola kid Iionieo hand
turned sole, round and cniu toe,
plain and stock tip, '2 00 value, at
50 pieces fancy figures Scotch
lawns same at others ask 5c at.. !
50 pieoes fancy figured dimities ;
7Jo kind at 5 1
60 pieces 39 inch fancy ligured
dimities 10c kind at 7A
20 pieces 33 inch fancy figured
and Lair liue organdies 15o kind
20 pieoes 33 inch organdies large
floral designs ISc kind at 10
20 pieces 33 inoh Grampian plaid
and striped batiat 15o kind at... 10
6 pieoes 33 ioob linen batiat J5p
values at 10
10 pieces 33 inch organdiea in
pink, blue, lilac, yelbw, navy, green
and black 15c kind at 10
15 piece* linen ground figure;
)a*ns 15c kind . 7
6 pieces 33 inch fancy figured an
striped mulls rwj (hear, value 15c
9 pieces fancy pre pent 12^ cent
kind at H cent*.
Ladies corsets at
Ladies cor els at
Indies corscis at
W I It corset, 6 hook
W B corset, 6 hook
W I B corset, 6 hook
W 1 B summer corsets,fi hinjks....
Dr. Warner's long waist 86c, 98c, 1 2
Showing this week all the newest thine* in
fine lscea, linen torchons, soivil'as, oriental,
valoncinnes, per yard, ic lo 25c.
2J0 pieces jaconet Swiss 4ml Haml-or#
edjjtngs and inseriiag to match, per yatd,
ic to 2ic.
22 inch wide all oyor embroideries at 25c
n 91 26.
Mou'h brown duck pants, double
front, extra heavy, at G5c.
Men's I l'o'.rn duck pants, well
uiade at 50c.
Men's bluo aproa front overalls at
50c ami 75c.
Men's gray duck soft finished
pan's, wire 75c, now 65c.
Children's blue overalls, 25o kind,
able < _ ^
colors, sell every where at 20 and 26 our
Forty inch lace slripe curtain screen at 6c.
Forty inch colored lace stripe curtain screen
real value 10 a, 7 I-20.
Fort* Inch colored and plain white curtain
screen, extra quality at 12 1-2 and loc.
Ecrue and white lace curtains 2 1-2 yards
long and 40 inchei wide, pretty desigos,
at 50, 85 and 75c. a p iir.
Ecrue and white lace curtains, extra quality
8 and 1-3 yards long and extra wirfe,
lovely pattern!, a bargain at 98c. 1.26
to 2 00 •
19-4 white counterparts at Sop.
lo * white counUrpetni t$6
lo 4 wh (e couDterpains at 75 c.
white honey ooasbs nuiits ■t 9*°-
Uanalles qullb at rat,
Maraaik* deilti at tM,
Marsailei quilt* at (.ft,
12 4 white Marsailei q 'ills al «.o« «
Ladies' fast blaok hoae at 5 cts.
Ladies' fast black hose at 10 cts.
Ladies extra heavy gray mixed
hose at 10 oentf.
Ladies' tan and lace atripeed
hose at 10 centa.
Ladies' extra quality Louis
Hermsdorf dye 12 1-2 to 35 cents.
Ladies' plaid and Roman striped
hoae at 25, 35 and 45 oents.
Miaaea and children's hose in
black and tan at 5, 7 1 % M 12 Hi
20 inch piecoa fanoy figured wool
challie.') in navy, black snd cream
30 pieces whit) niinsook at 3}
4, 5 and 10 centa.
20 pioco» white India and Vic-
toria lawns al 6| to 10 cent|.
20 pieces white India and Vio-
toriu lawns at .1} to 5 cents.
20 piecos white India linen very
shear and extra fine, 20>> value
at 12£ cents.
20 pieces white organdie*, 72
inches «ido 20, 25, 35, 45, to 75 ots.
10 pieces white corded dimities
at 10, 12£ to 20 centa.
50piroes white check, stripe a#d
plaid na'ucaolt at V|, 10, ilty and
it pieces English long cloth for
ladies underwear very fine at 10,12},
15 to 25 cents.
32 inch white cordod pique at 10
32 inch white corded pique at 12}
32 inch white oorded pique at 18
34 inoh white corded extra heavy
ue at 20 and 25 cent*.
2 inch white dress duek at 10
32 inoh white aud tan linm finish
duek at 12} centa.
72-inch blcach'xl linen satin oarntu, extra
quality, lovely patterns, real value is
f. 23 at Doc.
7j-inch bleached linen satin damask at 73c.
72 -inch 3*4 bleached linen damask at 63c.
68-inch 8-4 bloachcl linen damask at 30c.
72 inch 8-4 bleached linen dainasi, extra
quality, real value is 1.00 at 70c.
60-inch bleached and unbleached linen dam*
ask at 23, 30 and 48c*
60 inch Turkey red damask, warrant fait
color at 40 and 32 1-ic.
38-inch Turkey red table damask good qual-
ity at 3o, 33 and SOc.
60 bolts cotton cbash toweling, a yard 6c.
20 bolts linen crash toweling, a yard 5c.
18 inch linen crash toweling, a yard 7 1-sc.
18 inch linen crash toweling, fancy hu< k a
yard 8 I-8c.
19 inch linen crash toweling, extra quality
a yard I oc.
20 inch linen crash toweling, exlra qaality,
a 5ard 13 i-2c.
20 inch pure white linen huck toweling a
One lot fsncy figured seamless matting 18c.
value a yard at 12 i-ac.
One lot fancy ligured and checked seamless
matting 26c. value at ljc.
One lot Japanese fancy colored matting cot-
ton warp, worth regular 3oc. a yard 2oc.
t (no lot Iapaneso fancy colored matting, cot-
ton warp, extra ijuiliiy, worth 33c. a
yard at 23c.
One lot lapanese fancy c .lored matting, cot-
ton warp, extra flue quality, 40c. kind a
I2xl2 colored fringed napkins per dox. 33c.
12x12 white linen fringe napkins per dozen
17x17 colored border fringed napkins per
14x14 colored border linen napkins pet
13x13 eir* quality linen nankins figured ends
per dozen 65c. (
20x20 extra fine linen napkins frayed ends
plain white and fancy borders per dozen
20x20 ex'ra line quality plain white fringed
ends 1.2$ kind at 1.00.
26 dozen bleached and unble. ched linen
damask napkin;, extra q'lalitv, medium
and large mes per doun 30, 7 ,, 08, l.'2j
l.jo. 1-73- L98. lo 2.30.
Boys' straw hats at 10,15 and itOc.
Men's palmeto hats, wide brims, at 10, la l-ll
Wen's white slraw hats, wide biim and high
crown at 20 lo 86c.
We have a new line of men's straw hats
consisting of all tho latest styles and
shapes natural straw and cenuine Pana-
ma at 36, 40, 5o, 66, 75, 86, 98.1.Oo, I.a5
and 1 60.
Boys' dress rtraw Tints new and nobby at
20, 25, 36.46,60 to OS.
Men's linen cra,h hut at 25 to 5oc.
Men's linen caps at 15, 20, 25, 86 to 50c.
Boys' li'on caps with colored brims at 1$,
20 and S'ic.
1O0 men's samp'e hats worth l.co to lJSo
choice at 60c.
Our stock of men's and boy's felt hats ia
ooinplote and prices lower than the
40 doien checked towels hinged en li per
3O doren limey comb towels, fancy border
and fringed ends, size 16.32 per dozen
26 dozen I leached linon finished towels fan-
cy border and fringe.! ends, >iae Iix33
per dozen 66c.
30 dozen honey eomt. towel-, fancy border
»nd ftiagea ends size 2 X4O, rer dozen
<0 dozen Turkish bith tow Is bleached and
ur.bleached, good size and gcod quality
per dor.cn 1.00.
dozen Turkifh bath towels, bleached and
unbleached, assorted sizes, per dot en
1.25, 1 60,1 76 and 2.00.
18138 inch pure linen huck towel, f ,ncy bor-
der and fringed ends, each ;i i jc.
2ix4T inch pure Unea buck towels cammed
end, each at yc,
10 pieces white India linen 4 cent
kind at 2
10 pieces white nainsock 4 cent
kind at 2$
10 pioces extra quality and heavy
feather tick at 12} oents.
30 pieces jeans extra quality and
heavy at 10,12} to 25 oenta.
10,000 yards fast colored oalioo at
500 yards oil red oalioo at 8}
30 pieoes 32 inoh fancy percales
at 5 cents.
30 pieces 32 inoh fancy peroales
at 7} to 10 oents.
20 pieoes fancy dress ginghams
at 5 oents.
36 inoh Lonsdale bleached domes-
tic at 5 oents.
36 inch soft finish bleacbad do-
mestic at 5 oents.
36 inch cambric finish domestio
at 5 cents.
36 inoh best Sea Island domestio
at 4 and 6 cents.
1,000 yards 36 inoh wide canvas*
ing at 2} and 3 oents.
Apron check gingh&ms at 31 gad
100 pieces table oiloloth in fancy
colors was 15 cents now 10 oenta.
50 dozen ladies' sleeveless vests
10c kind at 5
50 dozen ladiea sleeveless vesta
15e kind at 10
35 dozen ladiea aleeveleca vesta
20c kind at 15
10 dozen ladies' list* thread silk
tape neck and sleeves real vmlwe 85
and #0 oents at 20, 25 and 35
aix^a inch all p«re
border ana fringed ends, eack at 40c.
nen huck towels, fancy
21x43 inch pure linen satin damask to web
with fringed ends, all white, each aQc.
»o»43 inch white fringe Unen towels drawn
worked ends, e&cn
i|ut inch extra fins white linen towels 38c.
to doien extra fins white linen splashers,
beautifully draws worked, extra size for
each 87 i-s to 76c.
18 inches wide, s piece of »o yards at 48c.
2o inctes wide, a piece ol lo yards at 58e.
2*2 inches wide, a piece of lo yards at 58c.
24 inches wide, a piece of lo yards al 7]
87 Inches wide, a pleoe o# I# yards
10 dz. Trilby fans, assorted col-
ors, at 8c each; 10 doz ditto, at So
each. 10 doz ditto at 7 l-2o each.
10 doz Trilby fans at 10c each. 10
doz ditto at 12 l-2c each. 10 doz
ditto at 15c each. 20 do* extra
fine gauze fans in all colors and
lovely design, at SOe, 25c, 35c, 50 to
Mistrot Bras! Co.
ONC FRIO TO ALL.
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