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THE) NEWS OF NORFOLK ON PAGES TWO, THREE, FIVE AND SIX.
_W^JED^^ 'rtT ACTKD^A THOROUGILUY E>f ;s YV nerleneed <lry good? salesman. Ap? ply with referencva to HARRY' MORRIS, S?2 Ohuvch si hoot._It ANTED.?A~ rRACTlCAL SAW n?:il mar? to saw and ship lumber. Aruily at onco to JOHN L?. GAY, Suffolk, ,Va._my7-3t ANTED.?TO RENT AN KLE gant front room to gentleman and ?wifo In splendid location?west side. Ad? dress "P. K." caro Vlrglnlan-Pllot. it w WANTED. ? WORK in HOUSE cleanlng or waitress In hotel or boarding house. Address Airs. MOLLIE JORDANi 43 Oalvcrt street. It TJST aTntHbTd . ? LARGE ' SECOND !VV Jiaml safe*. Address Room 307 Co? lombia Building. City._ my7-3t* W~NTED. ? POSITION BY YOUNG mm with some knowledge ot book kcoplng. Address BOOKKEEPER, care .Vlrglnian-Pilot._my6-3t* -ITITANTED.?THREE FURNISHED OR V? unfurnished rooms, with board for ? three adults. In tho West End. Private family preferred. State terms and loca? tion. Address BOOKKEEPER, P. o. box 432, City;_myS-tf WANTED?NAMES OF KUptuHED people. Wo cur? rupturo free to Introduce our method. Dr. SPEIRS, Cti Main street. Wcstbrook, Me. opl$,23,30,ma7 GEXTbiafAN DESIROUS of cTcT lng Into a good paying: business, Would like to secure as a uilcnt or active partner aigentleman with meaivs. Address Ij. NO. 2, this office._my2-1 w* HELP WANTED -MALE. WANTED. AT ONCE. ? a FIRST class Band Saw Filer. Address with reference TILG II MAN LUMBER cu? 612 Columbia. Building._ It* Wanted, ?a" thorough iTy^oal petent man to manage bar at sca Bldo re5ort; must bo sol>er and well rcc ?ommended. Address enolos'ng refer? ences and salary wanted, "B.," care Vir Clnlan-Pllot._It" ALESMEX. ? ?400.00 A MONTH AND nil expenses guaranteed selling to ?ncrehants Arctic Refrigerating Machines for cooling refrigerators, guaranteed 75 nor cent, cheaper than Ice. Exclusive ter? ritory ?aslgned. ARCTIC REFRIGERA? TING- CO., Cincinnati. O. my?-su,we.sa* MAN IN EACff COUNTY TO REP1 tiT sent largo importer, selling to both Ijtho housewives and stores article of dally necessity. Permanent position. Salary If cofekHStcnt. Address IMPORTER. 100 Fr?nt street, New York City. 11 tffjfQ PER WEEK ?ND EXPENS ES <j&JL? to a man of ab?lty to travel; no canvassing; chance for advancement. Ad? dress with references. It. h. WOOD? ward, Baltimore. It* A.N OR L,VD"V TO TRAVEL AND appoint ngente. Established lirm. S50 r>er month and all expenses to start. aXFR., Box 39S. Philadelphia, Pa. inh22-wc.sa.siitoaplS.my UtoiuH HELP WAITED?FEM A LE._ TT AD1E3 to do PLAIN SEW] no at b J home. Steady work:egood pay; no (humbug. Stamped, addressed envelope for particulars. R. W. MUTTON & co.. Box 20, Philadelphia. Pa._U ANTED. ? COOK to ASSIST IN washing and sleep on premise 'Apply H Bank street. my7-tf T ADY FOR ROAD POSITION?PEll I I manc-irt: JC0 per month and expenses: . references rouulred. CLARK .1- CO., 231 ?^'ferrMF^airUx St., Philadelphia. Pa. M ap23,iny7^gt--w?_ "WANTED. -^IRLS TO LEARN tV weavlnir. Paid while learning- Ap? ply THB?NOtlFOLK SILK COMPANY, Lunliort's Point. Va. aplS-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. How soon GRADUATE MEDICINE. Dentistry, .Law, Pharmacy, Osteo? pathy, Magnetic Healing, Electro-Thera? peutics. Box 090, Chicago. ap4-lm TVTORfolk dyeing"- clean 1 no J-> and Repnlrlng fro.?Ladles' Suits cleaned: Gents' Suits Dyed. J2.00. cleaned and pressed. 75c., pants pressed 10c.. car? pets a specialty. 441 Alain. New Phono 201. RADlTORIXS DETECTI VE At', ENCY. J3 ltnmloliih street, rear of Atlantic Hotel new 'phone, (>1?2. Open day and night.' Civil and criminal investigations dn any section. Highest references from Metropolitan Polleo Department, Wash dneton, D. C., and leading business men of Norfolk. A legitimate, thorough ser? vice guaranteed. M. BRADFORD, Su? perintendent. 15 years experience. It OPIUM. MORPHINE. WHISKEY. IF interested in tho cure of these habits write for my book on these ell-eases, mailed free. B. M. WOOLLEY. M D., Atlanta, Ga. Jal5-sun-Cm WEEKLY PROFITS SWIS can bo doubled every month in Wheat, Stocks and Cotton. Wo pay pro? fits every fifteen days to clients. Our plan of safety is unequaled. Write for full particulars, frco to any nddress. t". K. MAC KEY A. CO., 29 Broadw^T-N. Y. , ap!>-su-10t $25.000 Building and J, o a n Association plan. W. H. SARGE ANT, Jr., Room 31 Lowcnberg_BIdg._;ip!2-lm ~r ADIES o NICE DING TREATMENT M J for Irregularities, I.eucorrhoea or any other Ovarian Troubles consult nit JACKSON. 112 W. Mulberry street, Bal? timore, Md. Prlvato sanitarium; trained nurses. _ HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR all kinds of. Household Goods; Ofllcc Furniture a . specialty. Entire stocks bought. Address D. NOTES & CO., 65 Commercial Place. npll-irn WOlNTTTSV" TO LOAN IN ANT XU.v11 j. nmounts: no delay easiest terms. LEO JUDSON, Academy of Music building._marl-tf MONEY READY. ? NO WAITING QUICK LOANS ON HOUSHOLli FURNITURE. WHILE IN USE. Mort? gages and other securities; liberal ad? vances-on salaries, rents, annuities, es? tates and permanent incomes. Interviews 6lrlctly private, and all transactions rig? idly confidential. NORFOLK MOUT GAGB AND LOAN CO.. W. II. Uof helmer. new No. 358 Main street, Morltz Office Building, suite 6 and C. Stocks and IIouiIm, MOTTTT, do WITT & CO., 31 Granby a' Stocks and bonds. Southern Investments. Correspondence solicited. LAOFESt Chichoster'9 English Pennyroyal Pills 'n;?moo? Brmai), are tho Best. s?/f, K?ti?t,i,. ttiu BO olh?. Stcd (c, ?lAin;?, I t | ulkulv* ?? ltrli,f tot Udiw.'.' 1? tmiii br Return Moll, nronriiu. . ?tuchester chemical Co.. plillad*.. i?a. NIGHT SCHOOL. J ly >uWM% o 3: 'At the SOO'A'rtEIRN SHORTHAND AND WSINESS UNIVERSITY Monday, Wed? nesday and Friday nights Our Night School Is especially designed for those Who nro engaged during the day. In istruotloh largely Individual. Terms rea vaoris.bl6.' Tor further information call at the Univsrslty. or address ' j, JS, RSJSSDER, President. . iRUon? 4SA mM6 BOARDERS._ WANTED.-TWO BOARDERS; GEN ? tlemen preferred, or man and wife: largo, second-story front room; location best In Norfolk. Address nil communica? tion to P. O. Pox 21G. my3-we,th,sn.su ANTED. ? SEVERAL HOARDERS. Apiily at onco to t>0G Krcemaaon street. Host accommodations given. myC-3t? _ BOARDERS ? TWO OBN'TLKMBN con get room and board with private family, in most desirable portion of Ghent; porvcluln bath and other modern Improvements; terms reasonable. Address 'It.." caro Vlrginlan-l'llot) ap9-su,tf BO A II D E RS-WANTED AT CO-i FRElT inason street.? A few first-class boarders, with or without rooms. Mrs. HAYN 115, 601 Freemason street. my0-3t? WANTED.?A PEW FIR ST-OL?ASS table boarders; good references re? quired. Apply MKS. ROSALIE SELDEN, 193 Duke street. tio27-tf al HE< HOME.?EVERYTHING NEW and clean, table board $3.00; board and room 11.00 per week. 421 and 423 Church street. PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOMS, with or without board, nt 241 Church street, opposlto St. Paul's Church. mhlS-tf FOR SALE. AR A RE OPPORTUNITY. ? THE writer, who will retire from nctlvu business, will sell at a. low figure one-half Interest in a well established manufac? turing business that Is paying over 2iK) per cent. All details and Information will bo given to Intended purchaser. Address MANUFACTURER, caro Virginian-Pilot. my7-3l* F ii OR SALE. ? I HAVE A HAY BAL 3 Ing Press^ hand power, made by \\ renn, . W'hltehurst & Co., In perfect working'order. I have baled hay that weighed 211) pounds each large hales, Also 1.0*10 pounds baling wire, all of which I will seil for $7.">.i'o, delivered anywhere in Norfolk, Va. Also 2 Pack Wasens with a capacity of 35 barrels of cabbage, In food running order price i7i0 each. T. WILSON SELDEN, care Womble's Sons. Commercial Place. myC-3w A\VC~(CASH) PIANO. ? I DAVE OlTrtl a beautiful upright Piano, slightly used, in French walnut i ase with three pedals and all late improvements. Address for three days Uox 10S, Norfolk, V?. tnyG-31* CELERY PLANTS.?LARGE ROOTED open-air grown. Golden self-branch? ing and white plume Celery Plants; $2 ex? press delivered cash; cash with order. Sufficient muck adheres to tho roots; I bey live? and g. ow In transit. PEA It HEAD FARMS, Orlando. Fla. apl6-ltn* FOR RENT. 171 OR RENT.?LIVERY STABLES, Kn. 115 Union street. corner Church street. A desirable place for livery or sab* stables. Apply G2S Freemason street. my3 FOll RENT?A FURNISHED COT tago at Virginia lle.-.cdi for the months of MAY mid JUNE. Address. L. A., i-aro thla ofllcc. ap23-tf FOR PENT. ? FOP THE SUMMER months, well furnished house in Ghent. Per terms, eic, address "CHI EXT." eare Vu uinlan-P lot. upS-lf AGENTS WANTED^ AGENTS. ? PREMIUMS GIVEN users of our articles of dally con suinDtion; Increases trade four fold. Sam? ple free. AM. INTRODUCTION CO.. Chi? cago. _ It ANTED^RALESMEN AND COL lectors to work In the cltv nnd country. Apply to the RINGER MANU? FACTURING CO.. 2SH and 291 Church sc. Norfolk Va., or 407 Court street. Ports? mouth. JUS-2taw tr A' CENTS' TO SELL PICTURES-ON installments; big inducements; ref erenco required. Apply S. S. GREEN, l? Ollltcn street HlliUersvllle. 11? AGENTS. ? $210 MONTHLY 8ELL Ing Improved, nickel-plated Brilliant Gaslight Burner; His kerosene lamps, beautiful gasli^ln without cblnmev. Sam? ples free, enterpri.se meg. co., b. 571, Cincinnati, o. 11? ANTED?SEVERAL trustwor thy persona to manage our business in their own and nearby counties. Main? ly office work conducted at home. Salary straight, J!hk) a year and expenses?deii nlto bonnlido salary; no mure, no less salary. Reference. Encloso self-address, ed Btampcd envelope, the DOMINION company, Dept. r. Chicago. ap23.SO.iny7.11-It._ " STRAW HATS," "ALL STYLES." men, Bogs ana ctiidnn! WALTER J. SIMMONS & CO., 341 MAIN STREET. LOWEST PRICES. Strawberry Ice Cream. We cannot accept orders Sunday morning for Sun? day deliver)'. Kindly order early Saturday. THE JV1ETT0WEE. Brilliant Piano Bargains. Pease Upright PiaBo, $100. Mahogany Upright Piano, $150. Mason & Hamlin Organ, $35. Wilcox & White Organ, $40. Mason & Hamlin Organ, $15. These Instruments were taken In ex? change for "The Peerless Stleff Piano," have been thoroughly repaired. We need more room, so now is your chance for a bargain. STIEFF WAREROOMS, Monticello, Granby Street. # D. NOTES & CO., \ t General Auctioneers. $ 0 Consignments respectfully solle- i 4* Red. Quick settlements and prompt ? *J returns. Special room for storage. *T ff Highest references furnished. w 4/sV%%/sV%^^^*?VsV?VsVsV^%rsi BRAM?LETOK WARD. At 11 o'clock this morning Rev. Dr. J. P. Barrett; pastor of the Memorial Christian Temple, will begin a series of sermons on the Seven Churches of Asia. He will open the course on the Church of Ephcsus, which, though a working church, was nevertheless a dying church. Miss OUIe Saundcrs, of 133 South Malt by avenue, is visiting friends In ! Fox Hill, Va. Rev. Dr. J. J. Hall and wife returned yesterday from Philadelphia. The Doctor will deliver an nddress at the new Baptist Church in Park View this afternoon. I Miss Eva McClanan, of West Bram blclon avenue, is on a three weeks' vis? it to relatives In Princess Anne coun? ty. Rev. Lloyd T. William!;, of Trinity M. E. Church, and Rev. Paul Bradley, of Liberty Street Church, South Nor? folk, will exchange pulpits this morn? ing. Tho funeral of Mrs. Mary Edmonds, who died Friday evening at the home ot her daughter, Mrs. Wilklns, No. I"S Maple avenue, will be held from the residence at 4 o'clock this afternoon. STLANTIC CITY T?ARD Mr. If. S. Heaton and wife, of Rich? mond, are visiting their relativ.'. Rev. W. T. and Mrs. Williams at the Meth? odist parsonage on Central avenue. The revival at LeICIes' Memorial M. E. Church, which has been in progress for the past three weeks, has not been without fruitful results. There have been a number of conversions, and the church has been spiritually built up. With good weather this week the work of curbing, guttering anil grad? ing of Colby avenue will begin. The Junior Epworth League of Lo K:os' Memu-lal Methodist Church will meet for devotional exercises at :'. O'clock tills afternoon. The program will be varied and interesting. Life lofciiraucfl DlvKti inl? <it Mirplti? The four large companies of this country are the Mutual Lit' -. Equitable and New York Life, all of New York, and the Northwestern, of Milwaukee, Wis. The method of determining the amount to be apportioned or distributed to policy holders in these Bcveral com? panies is regulated in the three New York companies by the following lan? guage, being nearly the se.me in each of the three: "In any distribution of surplus of ap? portionment of dividend, the principles and methods' Which may be adopted by the company for such distribution or apportionment, and its determination of the amount equitably belonging to any policy, which may be issued under this npi In oil.oi. shall u^Lautl are, here? by ratified and acceptedr" This language doe:' net appear in the policy of either of the1.;.mpnulcs, but must hp looked for in the written ap? plication, which is made a part of the contract by tie policy itself, in its very first clause. A copy of this written ap? plication is not usually furnished by the above named companies to the policy bolder. The language of the policy of the North western governing the distribu? tion of surplus or dividend, is as fol? lows, and is found in the body of tho policy itself: "This policy shall, while in full force, share In the surplus annually, accord? ing lo the company's usage, at each distribution after two years from tho date hereof, until all contributions to the surplus found in tho course of mak? ing such distributions to have arisen from this policy shall have been re? turned." Under this clause of the policy, an? nual dividends have always been dis? tributed by tho Northwestern, and have uniformly been greater by from 20 per cent, lo 100 per cent, than those of any other company. Where policy-holders have applied for tontine policies, divi? dends are carried up to the credit of such pelicies and compounded, until the end of tho tontine tertm when the whole surplus, together with the re? serve, is paid to the policy-holder In cash, or In any equivalent option which may be requested by the policy-holder. Each policy-holder's account Is kept separate, so that at any time he could be informed by the Northwestern of tho amount of surplus already accumu? lated under his policy; this not being furnished by any either company, even upon request. The language quoted from the Northwestern policy is guar? anteed, and no occasion coulel ever arise to call for a suit, as Its policy holders are universally satitled. Appended below is a specimen of the working of a policy in the Northwest? ern, which demonstrates the effect of the company's large dividends, to an Investor, who unsolicited, furnished tb.' company with this letter, which is held over his own signature: REV. EDWARD EGGLESTON'S EX PERIENCE WITH THE NORTH? WESTERN. Lake George, N. Y., June 30. 1S97. To the Northwestern Mutual Life In? surance Co., Milwaukee, Wis.: The Endowment Life Insurance pol? icy which I took In your company at twenty-nine years e>f age has just boon paid at maturity, and I want to express my satisfaction with the company in which I have been Issured for thirty one years. Tin' result of my Insurance is that owing to your good management my outlay for a policy of five th itisand dollars was twenty-seven hundred and eighty-three dollars In premiums, of which 1 received two thousand and sev? enty-four dollars back In dividends and have now received five thousand on maturity. $".,000 ten-payment Endowment at Til years. Issued June IS, IStIC, at age 29. 10 premiums $2S7.30.$ 2.7S3.00 Dividends received in cash? 2.074.."?? Total cost of $.7,000 Insurance for 31 years and $5.000 cash at maturity was.$ 70S.4S I bi lieye there is not another company In the United States can make such a showing, and I write this litter on my own motion, not in the Interest of your company, but In that of the public, and especially for those who need life In? surance. This is not an act of frienel ship, but of public duty. Yours truly, EDWARD EGGLESTON. The INTEREST RECEIPTS of the Northwestern since organization (10 years) have exceeded the DEATH LOSSES by over TWELVE MILLIONS OP ImiLLAKS a record that stands uncqualcd in the history or life Insur? ance. D. HUMPH REYS, District Manager Northwestern Mu? tual Life Insurance Co., Norfolk, Va. FREDERICK AUNSPAUGH, my6-3t Solicitor, Norfolk, Va. OTHER LOCAL ON PAGE 3. I ONE NIGHT TREATMENT FOR SORE HANDS llallio and soak the hands, on retiring, in a strong, hot, creamy lather of CVTICUKA SoAr. ]>ry. anil anoint freely with CUTICUKA Ointment, the groat skin euro and purest of emollients. Wear, during the night, old, loose, kid gloves, with Iii? linger ends cut off and holes cut Iii the palms. Vor red, rough, chapped, and discolorod hands, dry, fissured, Itching, feverish palms, shapeless nails with painful linger ends, Ulis one night treatment is simply wonderful, mn D?DV'C ClfIN Scalp, and liair.no other soap is so cleansing, purifying, rll!1 DnUi O OKtri and beautifying as Cuticijua Soap, tlioiaostclfectlvoot skin and complexion Soaps, as well us purest and BWCOtCSt ror toilet, p.: th. and nur? sery. For infantile rashes, i Itaflnga, Inflammations, and ontpl ions.f n crusted, lush? ing Irritations of the scalp, with dry, ihm, aiul falling hair, for red, rough hands with shapeless nails, and simple blemishes of Infancy, when assisted by gentle anointings with Coticiira Ointment, it is absolutely without n rival. SoMUiraurhMilIk*world. Ptte?.Coyieo** Soap.?.-^.i CtmrrBA.Wc. Propi.,Ho. ton, U.S a. Ilril Midrpoti V.Ni.n i.mivbSox*, I..im1..h. IIa? Which Make Easy Choosing from These Rich Pickings at Little Prices. We are determined more than ever to make Monday worth your while to view the most wonderful bargains- ever offered you in this city, where you will tind goods at a lower price than you can buy the same or similar qualities for elsewhere. 192: CHURCH STREET, No. 40 Pure Silk Satin Facer P. boon, regular price 20c. MONDAY ONLY P.'.^c. Ladies' Fancy Hosiery, In stripes and plaids, regular price I2V&C, MONDAY ONLY C'-V. Pest Apron Ginshams, only a small lot left, regular price Sc. MONDAY ONLY -Pic Ladles' Gauze Vests, taped neck and shoulders, with fancy neck, regular price 19c MONDAY ONLY B&C. Ladles' MusHn Drawers, nude with ruf? fle bottoms, regular price 26c, MONDAY ONLY 17c. Ladles' Black Dress Skirts, latest styles, regular price, $2.00, MONDAY ONLY B3c. No. SO Pure Silk Taffeta Hibbon. In all the newest shades, regular prl e, Ml INDAY ONLY WJjC. Children's Caps, made of ehvbn : I i y and with corded crowns, regular price 39c. MONI'AV iiNI.V Special sale r,f Ladles' Trimmed Hats and Trimmed Sailors at half their original price, for Monday only. Children's Leather Caps, regular price, MONDAY ONLY O^e. Men's Pcpperell Jean Drawers, made with double siat ami full scalloped front, regular price, a:>:., MONDAY ONLY 2le. Men's Black and Tan Half Hose, regular pr e, 10c. ! MONDAY ONLY Vic. 3 Ilcscs on a bunch, with H Buds and Pollage, rcgutbr price, 20c, MONDAY ONLY 0%c. 1 Men's Silk Purr Bosom Shirts, new lot just received, regular price 8Sc, MONDAY ONLY -De. I Men's Balbrtggan Underwear, In fancy colors and stripes, regular price 30c., MONDAY ONLY 22c. I Ladles' Percale Shirt Waists, made with detachable collars, regular pr oe 75c? MONDAY ONLY He. Mi n's open Front r SI ins, with pure linen Back White uns, regular MONDAY ONLY -la' Men's Silk Finished Ralbrlggan Under I wear, in pink, blue, brown und halbrlg , g m, rcpular price 75e., Men's Percale and Madras band or shield, regular pr' o 1216c, MONDA Y ON LY 3?'.c. Men's Celluloid Cellars and Cuffs, all styles, regular price 10c., MONDAY ONLY 3V?c. BACH. ? FOR Warehouses and Stores. ?BEGINNING? Monday, fflay 1, % ??? Of a smalt lot of Light I land Trucks, ^ for Grocery. Dry Goods Stores. Kos- E^j idences, &c; Good value at ?3.00. Special price until sold, ^?f an* RM SUPPLY Implements, Fertilizers, Poultry Supplies f3| ^ McD. L. WRENN, President. E. C. GUNTHER, Treasurer ^ ^ GEO. B. TODD, Manager. ^ ?AND onday's Quilt Sale. The kind you pay $3 for in any store in the city. All clean, fresh goods, and bought especially for this sale. About two weeks ago we had a sale of these same quilts. We placed 7=) of them on sale, and before 11 o'clock we had parted com? pany with every one of them. Now, the demand for them dining the remainder of (he day was of such a nature that had we twice 75 we would not have been able to supply our customers. It was to meet this demand that we purchased til is last lot?not as many as we previously had, or as many as we wanted; but all we could get, and all we will be able to get, so the manufacturer says. If you need anything in this line, come to sec us Monday. If you don't?come to see us anyway; we will be glad to see you, and we don't think you'll regret coming. The price for Tailor-made Suits One-quarter off. Yes, one quarter ofT, or 2"> per cent, reduction made on every TAILOR-MADE SUIT in the house. Fashion favors them; experts are turning out for us stylish up-to-date cos? tumes, and we are giving them to you right in the height of the season at a great reduc? tion. Pick from these prices: $10.00 Black .Sorge .57.no $!2f.O Black SerRO .$*).38 $1C.C0 Black or Navy Serge, silk lined.$12.33 $20.00 Navy, Tan or Qroy Covert.(15.00 $i7.m Ught, Medium Grey and Tan Scoiih Mixture .$1L\7? ft Season of Silks. r A*\ore style, more bright? ness, more rich color blending in this season's Silks than ever before; the prices are well within your reach. Wash Silks. In stripes and large and small checks?colors, Fink, Light Blue, Garnet, Green, Heliotrope and Black .COc. A new Black China, yard wide, 75e. and $1 Poplins, In White, Pink, Heliotrope, Tan, Garnet, Light Blue and Greys.$1.00 Black Taffetas, from Me. to.$1.D0 Some Wash Stuffs. That is, those that wash and retain their brilliancy. Not a few?but many to select from. Sea Island Percales, yard wide.I2&c .Madras, a lighter weight fabric.12%c. Dimities arc also very much In evi? dence .l-!,ic. A good Lawn .Sc. Fancy Petticoats. Fashion stamps them popu? lar. The style range and the price range of these beauties are all that heart could desire. Prices very modest?quality considered. Green. Navy and Green and Silver Changeable Taffeta?3 deep rows of ?heavily corded ruffling .$19.00 Navy Blue and Green Taffeta?3 deep rufOca .$13.93 Light Green, Navy and Changeable?C rows ruffles .$0.18 Garnet and Blue Changeable Heavily Corded Ruffles.$5.00 Black Taffetas, ranging in price from $7.00 to .515 00 Spotless White Goods, Nothing is worn so much, nothing is so dainty as a white costume for the summer sea? son. Piques push for prefer? ence. We got them in all the wantable grades; the sheer fabrics are standard for many uses, These are here also. A good Pique for .12&0. A better one, stripes running across or lengthwise,, for .25a Hots and Figures, from 25c. to .60o. A liKht weight White Goods, with clus? ter tucks. .,..39c. Organdies from ISc. to .EOc. French Nainsook, all widths and prices, Persian Lawn, Dimities, &e. New things in Belts, Hosiery and Parasols. Novelties of the highest order, that are serviceable in the extreme. Possibly the Bow-knot pattern is the most striking thing in the Parasol kingdom?we have it. Remember, the Quilt Sale is for k WELTON 218 MAIN STREET