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rpnn H IT r PlTI7l?V rnoM'- Th Railroad harbar shop
111. Li 1. 1 jl J- liTill molirtta your patronage. Krerfthlng f lae
ALRl'QUKiigi'K. JILY 2.
by instructions from Chase A
Sanburn we are authorized to sell
Iava and Mocha Coffee at the
allowing price :
4S-cent coffee at. , .40 cents.
40-cent coffee at. . .35 cents.
35-cent coffee at. , . 30 cents.
30-cent coffee it. , .25 cents.
5-cent coffee at . , . ao cents.
114 1. Railroad it., iltaqnerqns, 1. 1.
MONEY 10 LOAN
On plauoa, urHt-eUW f nrnltnra, ste,
wtlliout removal. Aim on diamonds,
watch. Jewelry, life Insurance poll-
etas. 1 msl ami or any gooa secur
ity. Terrus Terr moderala.
tn0 South Homnd atreet, Albuquar
qua. New Mexico, next door to weat
rn Union Telegraph oflloe.
B. A. SLEYSTEli,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS IS St 14 CBOMWKLL BLOCK
else gone np, not our prirw remain the
W onmo. Shaving, hair cutting and baths,
h . ur cli"lr. ton re next.
J. K Panchf,, rroprletor.
vVlmt Md Ilewet Do to Tliom," ")nr
Kl. th Kod, Whit and Him.." "War
Sone of "HH." Three late war ong for
, at hltaon Music Store.
A now lino of flno Quality oiork ribbon
n No. 4'. f) and so width, worth tip to
BOf. a yard; special at 2ia. at tlio Kcono
Wo have jtint received a full lino of
2"Oand .- ladle' flno (ford and
hlghaho. (llvo 110 a rail. A. Himplor
A t o.
Wo havo a fn'l lino of Mexican hat
fmm 15 cento to ft each. Leon B. Stern
ijwt. A Mark otlk nnihrolla. Lear.
It at tlilo ofllro and receive reward.
The ht summer fuel I Orrllloo nut
coal; S.25 per ton. Ilahn A ( o.
toon R. Stern A Co. havo a flno lino of
man's ohoeo at popular price.
Native wine (rod or white). 75 eent
per (Jul Ion, at A. tamhardo'a.
Trunk and toleocopo valine cheaper
than the cheapeat, Kutrello'a.
For Bale Ona saddle poo J. cheap. B.
If Ton want tha boot trv the San Jopx
Lamp and trimming. Whltnor Co
New bicycle at Putrella's only $28.
Tin work. Whitney Co.
H. U. MAYMIi
(Smccmmt laJ.B Matthaw.l
Pure Jersey Milk
tr" Orders Promptly Filled. Outside Order
h or I O cents dime,
bare your ahlrl lauodrted
And bome od time.
At the Albaqnerqae Steam Laaadry,
Caraar OoaJ m l oad at,
JAY A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
FROM TO-DAY, until further notice, we will offer our entire stuck of summer
gisel at in ice to net thi'iii tin i 11 Ihi is in -t a money milking sale (or u.
directly, but we hcllcte It tube toour Inters! by closing out this season's gisnl lit
cost, or even below cost. In order to get afresh slis-k for the coming season, one
of the member of our firm Is going to the rnxtern market witlnn a few weeks,
and new itihmIs will beirln nrrlvinir within a moiiih. Me need room, ami we need
above all. Mi IN KV. 1 be AlmlKbty Hollar will be milliter in our store within the
iient few week than It hue ever la-en l-efore, 11 ml Dial Is mivlmt a ifreal neat. 1 x-ii 1
let below price mislead you a to quality. There not an article mentioned that
Isn't Worth almost double. You Will agree Willi lis when ymi see the K'"mIs.
f , )
LAWNS, ORGANDIES Etc.
Lace stripe Lawns, worth
i4c per yard 7c
Plain Lawns, in floral designs
and stripes, worth 12) c 7"
Organdies, Lappels and
Lawns, worth i74C and
20c per yard lie
Organdies, worth 33c per
yard 1 C
809 Copper Ave.
Horveahottaa a SpecUlty. Vigoo RtpjOf
in and all Other Kind, oi BUdumith
MEL1N1 & EAKIN.
Itiolesals iDd BeUll Liquor Dealers,
Family trade supplied at Wholesale price,
KxclualTeaarenu fur tbe famous Yellowstone
Wblsky. All tb standard brands of
ST. L0C1S ud MILWAUKEE
Bottled beer In stock. Klecant Hide board and
Heading room Ic Connection and War Bull
tins treab from the wires.
Headquarters for Fresh Fruits
and Vegetables in season. . .
Fresh Finn and Draoned Poultry.
206 and 208 South Second Street.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
S14 S. Second St.
Beat on hartli.
Kree delivery ,
8tov repairs at Katralla'a,
floor m-ltloc Whitney On,
Room moulding. Whitney Co.
Fruit Jara and Jelly glaaaea, Whitney
40 ceota for 7-foot cloth shadea. W. V.
Merchant' lnuch avery morning at tha
W tille Klauhaul.
Noveltlea In our qaaauawara dapart-
anank Whiluoy U).
wir aula at "The Fair Btor," Baa
their bargain counters.
Dunham shred eocoauut, SO centa par
pouud, at A. Lout bardo a.
Hee the Que aaHortmaut ot new furnl
ture. 'A)b south irat alraet.
l ulon made overalls, only at tha
Golden Rule Dry -ooda oouipauy.
Laon H. Hlern & Co. sell the beet 50
eeut wurkiuguieu'sHlilrtM iu town.
Quod evening. Have you seen tha bar-
aain oouuters at "Ihe Fair blorer
CroiM & illarkwell chow-chow, 35
Cents per pouud, at A. Louibardo'a.
For aranlte-ware. tinware and stoves
ea J. n. Uardlug, 212 bold aveuue.
Tha newest fail lust out. Tbe Roman
belt, just received at the Kcououiist.
Old Mann maiile syrup, per uuart, 36
CviiUt; per pint, 'AJ ceuta, at A. Louibardo'a.
Tha best i men's shoes In the city are
sold at A.Hlmpier iVto. s large snoe store.
Wa carrr the Borough & Norwood men
show at reduced prices. Leou 11. bteru
Wa pay the highest price for all kinds
of poultry ami guarauw-e iw ijuaiiiy
Ban JonK Mahket.
Attend our mld-sumoier closing out
ale. Good eeaiioualile goo-Is sold at
ridiculously low prices. Koseuwald
Latent styles, up to date, laities' shoes
In lace, eouirress and button; the best in
the city. wtu. Chaplin, No 113 Kail
Oakey's hack, alt night, baggage and
trausfer wagou to uitdulght. Leave or
ders at Abel's cigar store. Automatic
'phoua No. ill '4.
A big line of sample blankets from
John V. Farwell Co, Chicago, on sale at
Uoldeu Rule Dry Moods company, at
eastern wholesale oomI.
If you cannot Cud tha goods at tha
Koouc 1st it Is no use looklug elsewhere
Is tha common expreeslou amongst the
ladles of Albuquerque.
Bee oar uuderwear at tl and $1.2fi per
suit, they are genuine Ralbrlggaus aud
worth more money. Htuioa bleru, the
Railroad aveuue clothier.
For Rent Oue or two furnished or
uururnlsbed rooms, centrally located,
suitable tor gentleman or married couple.
Address A, Citi.kn ollice.
Beuclon Meto, a few days ago, went to
the house of Jose Cano, out in Coyote,
and greatly abused the latter with words.
The aseailaut was arrested, aud his trial
Is being held tills afteruoou before Jus
V'UIUiri to Albuquerque are Invited to
take lodging at the Railroad aveuue
tiouaa. KverylUlug ueat aud clean; prices
Porly Waonn and his sister-in-law,
Mis Llllla fiaffaer, came In from Thorn
ton last night and ara tha guest of Mr.
and Mr. H. K. Plrkard. Mr. Waon Is
the depot hotel keeper at Thornton, and
la fully conversant with Important do
ing over In tha Cochltl district Ha
t ttea that tha big Albemarle mill will
surely start np to-morrow. Mr. Wason
lo state that A. 1. Coram, of Boston,
I still at th camp, but will return et
as soon aa tba mill Is running In good
Hon. Jesus M. Sandoval, the well
known and popular republican politician
and sheep raiser from tha Caboton
neighborhood, la In th city, and aa be
baa a legion ot friends his stay In tha
metropolis to-day waa mad Tory pleas
ant. Mr. Sandoval Informed The Cm
fits that hi section of Bernalillo county
ha been visited by several excellent
rains tha past month and that tha stock
especially sheep, are in excellent eon
The little son of Judge and Mrs. F. A.
Hubbell met with a Tory painful accl
dent on 8unday eveulng. In the back
yard of his parents' residence on wast
Coal avenue, Frank A, the little son, was
playing, when he fell from a box and in
the fall the right arm waa broken just
above tba wrist. Dr. Pearca waa hastily
summoned, and ha aoou had tha arm
back into position and tha little fellow
Mrs. J. Shank, wife of 0. A. Hhank, a
bollermaker at tha Banta Fa Pacific
shops, died at 4 o'clock this morning
from fatty degeneration of tha heart
She eanie here about six mouths ago
with her husband from Dakota, III , and
at her death weighed nearly 3X pounds.
Her fnneral will take place at I'nder
taker Strong's parlors at 6:30 o'clock
-harp this evenlug, Rev. Bennett odlolat
Last Saturday evening a number of
little boys and girls assembled at No.
7o7 west Roma avonne and gave Joe.
Ilolweg a surprise party. Refreshments
were served, and Joe mode one ot his
haractarletle speeches, wherein he de
dared that be regretted very much to
eave the boys and girls of this city. He
xpFCta to leave this evening for St
,iuls, where be will reside In the future.
fleorge W. Hall's circus will appear in
ild town on August 1 and 2. A gentle
man by tha name or Jonn oiuart waa
here yesterday, with a force ot seven men,
nd made arrangements for tba forth
J. A. Sampson, who holds soma kind ot
position with tha Western I'nion Tele
graph company, came In from the north
aat night and la at the Hotel Highland.
Mrs. Netll B. Field and her lady gnesto,
who ware In camp on the Rio Pecos, re
turned to the city last Saturday night
They bad a most delightful time.
Joseuh Goldstein, who baa charge ot
the Bland branch ot tba Golden Rule Dry
Goods eompany, la In the city, to anjoy a
few days of metrepolltan me.
The family of City Marshal McMillan
spent yesterday at Coyote canyon.
Kansas City mutton. San Joi Mas
Ladies' Vests, worth 6c, now
3 for 10c
Ladies' Vests, worth 10c, at Ac
Ladies' Vests, worth 15c, at lOc
I AD.ES' SHIRT WAISTS,
They are all this years' sty Its,
perfect in fit and workmanship,
and not to be compared in quality
to many inferior goods offered at
so called Bargain l'riit's. We
offer them at our actual cot to
close them out. They go now
from -irc to $1.25
Former price 65c to $2 50.
Ladies' Vests, worth 25c, at 15c
Ladies' Vests, worth 35c, at 2c
Ladies' Vests, worth 40c, at 'i 7e
Ladies' Lisle Vests," 60c, at 4)c
Six weeks ago we had 250
skirts on hand, now we have 50.
That's a great many more than
we want to have when our new
on s come in We have only the
better aualitii a lift, in blatk and
colors, now f- r $l.7
They were $2 75 to $5 00.
If s a Pleasure
to show the clothes you buy from us to your lady or
Kcntlemnn friend. They are so atyllsh, ao Just-right.
The style stays because they're made right, of the rljtht cloths,
too. The linings are honest and the prices are fair and fearless.
See our window., step In the store and note our treatment,
ur methods; you'll not wonder then at our bin success.
Kiiual bargain In all other departments which lack of space does not permit
us to mention.
II ihiih mil sal nTi
Th mid that -usrantr yna)
" St) Is. jsirvks, Satlstactlo-'
THB CUT BR1BF.
59.75 and vI2-75 a Suit.
WORT" MORE MONEY.
'Pile I 'r 1 1 1 ri ir i I Avctntc I t I 1 1 - r.
A. J. MALOY,
OLU H HOUSE 0A.XNBL) GOODS,
HELL'S SIMUNUS CttEAMKRY BUTTER
118 Railroad Ave. Albuquerque, N. M.
0. BACH K( 'II I.
1 IT r rry xry !r
Wholraale Dealer In
fcraoaal sat Geaeral rarscrapas Picked
Up Bcrc sal There.
Too. S. Hubbell, sheriff of this eouuty,
waa a passenger for Santa Fe last night.
Miss Kinraa Reed, ot Alameda, Is In the
city and can be found at the Hotel High
R. C. rptegrove, tha Helen ranchman.
came In from tha south last night aud Is
at Blurgas' Kuropean.
Ksrd. Levi, with his sample cases, has
returned lo this city He Is tha coinmer
clal tourist for Lowentbal A Meyers.
Mr. John 8. Trimble and children will
leave to morrow morning fur Camp Whit
comb, where she will rusticate for several
Mrs. A. Hart, wife ot a Gold avenue
second hand dealer, left last night for
Denver, where she will visit friends for a
Dan. 8crnggN haa retnrned to the city
from a trip through Bernalillo and Santa
Ka oonntles, In tha Interest of the Singer
Sewing Machine company.
Misses Lela and Sofia Arniljo, daughters
of Mrs. N. T. Aruiljo, arrived last night
from ten days' stay at Sauta Fe, visiting
relatives, by whom they were highly
Jacob Galnsley, the principal clerk at
K. L. Washburn A Co.'a clothing store.
waa alck Friday, eataraay ana eumiay
with an attack ot cholera morbus. He
was better this morulug and appeared at
Hon. M. F. Chllcote, who was here the
past two weeks the guest or ins niece.
Mrs. K. L. Coi, haa continued west to Los
Angeles, where ha will visit a sou for a
few week. On his return east, he will
stop over In this city again.
As stated In Tui Citi.kn last Batur
day afternoon, Mrs. A. Lombardo aud
four children left last night for Kurope.
Many friends were at the depot to wish
them a safe voyage across the ocean and
a speedy return to Albuquerque.
Mrs. Allen Smith and child came In
from San Bernardino, Cel., Saturday
night, and registered at the Hotel High
laud. They proved themselves destitute,
the husband and rather dying some time
ago, and City Marshal McMillan, at the
request of tha Non-Sectarian Benevolent
society, purchased them tickets and sent
them to Las Vegaa last night. Tha city
marshal state that his time Is pretty
well occupied these days attending to In
valids, and the benevolent society re
sponds nobly to tlio cause of sending
tnem to wherever they deelre to go.
Dr. 1. W. Harrison and family, M. H.
Otero aud family, Mr. 1'erfec o Arniljo '
and danuhter, Mrs. Hlduey Hubbell end
children, T. F. Keb her and son. Dr.
Francis Crom, K. Hpluner and K,
Hermann, are amoiig the Albun,neriiie
ans at tbe Jemea hot springs This
popular resort I receiving a good elmre
of tourists this season, and all seem to
be enjoying their outing. !
The Albuquerque lire department will
meet In regular monthly meeting to- i
morrow night at the quarters of the!
Fergusson Hook A Ladder company.
It Is nuderstood that the Albuquerque
(iuards will meet this evening and the
question of disbanding will be brought
up ami discusem.
A Ol-lirxtfrt Palmlat.
l'rofe-sor Harding, the celebrated palm
UX, Is meeting with wonder! a', success In
this city, If 0110 can judge by tbe cou-
tlnual stream of visitors that are to b
seen passing In and out ot bis parlors at
the Grand Central, He Is by 110 means a
stranger iu the west and southwest, and
many people living In Albuquerque bnve
seen or heard of him before bis visit to
New Mexico, He spent three months in
Colorado Springs and then as many
more in Cripple Creek, and has numerous
letters from friends In both cities testify
ing to his wonderful ability to locate min
eral. How be iIih-s It Is his huNinesH,
and he does not explain the process of
thought, or reasoning, or lu-Hlnct by
which his conclusions are reached but
the fact remains, according to many tes
timonials, that he has been succeexful
Id giving miners information aud advice
which has in numerous cases trans
formed worthless prospects Into dividend
paying mines. His past record shows
that he baa made occultism a life study
and the results speak for themselves. He
Is able to give advice upon any and all
subjects and will willingly submit prists
that will effectually silence all doubts of
the skeptic, If granted an Interview. He
Is not a man who isgivlug something for
nothing, but his charges are lutlutesl
uial when compared with the value of
the luformalion given and his advice iu
many cases has led uiu from weary, end
less toll to ease aud altlueuca.
OK ILFKLl) HROS. STOCK OK
Curtains, Rugs, Linoleum,
Comforts and Everything in the
House Furnishing Line I
SIMXIAL SALK OK
Cigars, Tobaccos 1
General Agents for W. .1 Letup's St. Louis Hcer.
ELEGANT RETAIL I) E 1 A HTM EXT
OPEX DAY AMI XIOIIT.
CARPETS, LACE CURTAINS.
POHTIERS AND TOWEIS.
Having purchased the above mammoth s'oek from' Ilftld
Hros. we will pl.ire same on rale at redieulously low prices.
MAY k FABER,
Next to Citizen Office.
Outside Ordera Promptly Attended to.
Prleea Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Bf CHECH I & CIOMI,
107 & 109 Soath First Street, -
Albuquerque, N. M,
A DOCTOR'S VISIT
is always followed by a doctor's
prescription, and when you want
to get it filled promptly, accurately
and from the purest and freshest
drug's, bring; it to us. Physicians'
prescriptions are a specialty with
us, and we have all the newest
discoveries in medicine that can
fill prescriptions from the best in
Our prewtlptlnn counter always In cliarne of a
J. H. 0'RIELLY & CO.,
Slaughter Sale of Carpets.
Iu order to makn room for our fall stock
wo will, for a short timo only, sell our
....Carpets, Rugs and Curtains....
REGARDLESS OF COST.
Jas. L. Bell & Co.
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
V -T- -
THE FRUIT SEASON
in n. I'i-ilii now. ami ymi run't Iihvi- tun nun h
tlllltWlK-h it A 1 Ml ll.llllV. likt till itlt--
ineliiii., imanl-i. t.t-itit'-. I'tn-i!i.!, fli . a art,
iii'W M-tiinti at vrry luw I'tu'i-N. 1-iiirr nii-tutiN
than nut-. rr nt-vi-r kioi.ii. Tliry'rf a Ira. I
l,r all win, l'ili li4M. Il i. II 'H I Ioiiii-i tl.al
1h- liliit nt-a-.!! l'iiiiik ami that ( UlilitiiH ltlie
IiinI iikU-t ol lilt-l.iv . .Nil in Ilir llllii- to lay
III u utiirt- fnrlir it w inter, h mil i an't t Ui-
ii-r in .Mi r luv,i-r llan you'll IiinI tl our -loir
tl.in ri k
Will, the porter formerly of W. W.
Kutlcr's tmrlwr nliop, will b found pol
iHliiiiff HtiiwH lii hut Htyla at (im Tlit-lln'a
Hliop on hfciiiul Htrttt after to-morrow.
Kutrella, corner Qolil and Hinit streets
will Hull you good wall paper at 12iC
lonlile roll anil up.
The cleauext anil bent appointed barlier
ilmp in tint HouthweMt Haliu's, N. T. Ar
New Scarf Pin
The "PEARL OF ANTILLES
pleases him immensely...
We have Scarf Pins, Rings. Lace
Pins, Shirt Waist Sets, Chatelaines,
etc., etc., etc, made in handsome
designs and attactive effects.
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler
Witch Inspector, A T. It S. F. R. R.
If you luteml to enjoy yotirxelf In ttie
mountains this summer, remember the
ntilphurhot spring, neetled lu a valley
of the Jemes nioiinUliiH, cannot lie sur
pawed for scenery. Kor pHrnculars
write to W.L. Trimble A Co., this city.
I-ailleH leather belts, worth We, at ;
belts worth 65c at SSW each. Koeeuwald
Think of It; Buying ladles' shirt
walstit at Ilk"; ladlea wing sleeve veeta at
2c, chililren's tan or black stockluga at
310, only to be hal at the Uoldeu Hule
Dry (iixxlu company.
Oh, no! Yon are not looking thin. All
that you need l a clean ehave. (to to
Halm's barber nliop. N. T. Armljo build
ing, and get the tet.
Always Goods People
Want; Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
They are all bright, new goods, nice patterns and will be
sold regardless of cost. In view of the very low prices at
which wo oiler these goods terms will bo cash.
Mlllitli-.r .srhitol ri.lil-,il.
The direi'turs of the 1 'nlversity Hum
mer M'hiiul, after hitHiiih ilcllliiiration,
fiel const rai n ml to announce Unit, for
reason which Hfcui adiimte to all con
cerned It nfi'iiH best to li.iiliiniie the
Heseion fur the pieneiit year. Thl In
il'ine with the gn'itt.'r reluctance be
cause the prifiu't't wits giaxl fur a mont
Interesting essiiiu and the best talent
iu the went had been engaged for the
ussenilily. It limy be hoped that next
yeur will alTord an opportunity for the
carrying out ot these plans. The paper
throughout the territory are requested to
copy this aimoiici'ineut.
t . 1.. 1 1 K It H It K.
aileiitlDii. t i,iniany tt.
All meuibers of L'oiupany (1, Alhiniuer
iiie (iuards, who are iu the city, are ur
gently requested to attend the meeting
to be held at the armory thl (Vlnuday)
evening at H::o. Hiisiucss of luiporlance
is to tviiiie belore the company.
1 K. J. Al.i.KK, I'renldent.
GIGANTIC CLEARING SALE.
INIMITABLE I IRRESISTIBLE 1
No stop at the Sale that is the wonder of all Albuquerque. Everybody concedes that it is the Greatest sale
and the most favorable opportunity for buyers that the people of this or any other city have ever
known; it will be greater than ever this week- Our entire reserve stock goes on sale Mon
day morning. July 25. Read these sample prices. Remember These Two hac's
First, nearly every article heretofore advertised will be on sale this week at the special price or a lower price.
Profit Cuts no Figure We are
going to sell. Prices like
these have never before
lietuchiiMe Cnllars mid well made 1'
Tin is a new Int.
rctuehiil'le Collar and well lliude '-"'1'
i.'tiiclnlile Cnllars and well made 3"C
This I it ciuiiprlf.es nil i f uur linest waists.
' Kihlifd Vest with wing sleeve, each, lit
s' lUlilied Vests, white only
' Kine Quality Kilibed Ve-ts
25 piece (iulpiira lattice aud
get value yuii ever saw at
US pieces iliichesee ingalidy; nicest giXKl
at lii"; fur this nil
. . c
The "aalking delegate" seems to have
made his appeurance In the local railway
yard. He was around this morning, and
from a certain happy workman, who lias
a family, It is learned that he wa exer
cising hi liilliience lu behalf of some
kind of a demonstration. The time Is not
far distant when these tidy Individuals,
the agitators who do not care to work,
, will have no liilliience with those who
(I'eiuilre H. (1. Corset t, best grail" only -15c
(ii'iiuine . II. Corsets, best grades only 5c
(teiiuilie .1. K. CoisK best grade only )"c
l liniiii s.in g'ove -lilting Cori-et at actual cost.
I'. 1. Corset at If Hum coet.
Lot ol Corsets, different qualities, at
Jll dozi'ii 1. 'nibs' Nerkwetr at
Cliildien's lln-e, black nr tun, pair 3'jC
Childrfu's llnse, seamless, fast black, pair N:
Ladies' black or tan llo-e. pair f'C
Ladies' fancy llnse, plaids, di ts and sti ipi , a pair. . . . 1
l. fill apiece, at Z
.I ho ids, divide I Into
)C, Hi and t"'C each.
ii lot, worth up to
2ii piece linest French organ ly; you have been paying
us ace per yd ; price cut iu two
See window display. '
'.Hi inch percale, 1 yard wide at r,e
Apron gingham at 2'jc
Lie tlgiirrd nitteen at 7!t
liinghauis, Uuest iiialily, at
Zephyr, linest iiiallty, at ",'sC
2Cc quality llgured chtllie at ho
Uleaclied muslin at H'-iO
ilii inch bleached miisllu at I'O
India iiniiii at
I ace curtains, p-r pair, at 0
W hlte bed spreads at a.'.c
"Great SpeciafSaDRisrC00DSTnd SILKS.
Ilril iantiue, a'l colors. pT yard '-''0
;i0 piece dri ss g.Hits, all kuu's 110
All wool dress gum!, all kind '-''
42 iu 'h all WikiI drfss g md 3:fc
Kew p lece of 51 Inchis vtlds, all wool Hltc
llengaline silk, per yard "
lalleta silk, linest grade
Wash silks NJ