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Will each -make five dollars here
today b-, buying one of a lot of
Black Kersey Overcoats that have
sold for and are well worth '$20 at
$15. They are made from the cele
brated Invincible Kersey, are cut in
the latest 'fashion, are 46 inches long,,
have "deep velvet collar, silk sleeve
and shoulder lining and light-colored
worsted body lining. And that is
why the light-colored lining we
shall sell them at $15. The lot No.
is 4790 and there are just 24 of them
in the following sizes:"
3 5 4 5 3 4 - -
33 34 35 36 37 38
Better get in early before your size' is 'gone.
Any tailor would ask you $30 for their equal, and
then not fit you as well.
You ladies who want to make some one a present of a
Smoking: Jacket or Dressing Gown at Christmas can select
it to better advantage now while the stock is complete.
Come in at any time. Your purchase will be cared for and
delivered at any time, desired.
12th and F Sts.
GOLD PIECE FOR
You have never bought
a $20 gold piece for $io
and you never will, neither.
Do -we promise you some
thing for nothing? We
simply want to state the
facts that when you buy
from us you buy direct
from a manufacturer. In
our shop we have the latest
improved electric ma
chinery, employ skillful
workmen, so when you
have any Diamond mount
ing to be done or any diffi
cult work bring it to me
and I can give you ex
If you need anything in
Fine icvelr-, Diamonds,
Watches, Chains or Sterl
ing Silver, it will pa' you
to inspect 1113- stock, which
never was as large nor
prices as low as just now.
Ihate tome tpecial lilies tchichlam
oflrrinq nt a price which mil insure their
Mile hefoi e J), can Ixr 1, niu" ich ich I can
Baby Tins .
Children's Drcsi Sets, 3 pins
Fots for gentlemen HiJU
Very large selection of
14k. and iSk. Gold
Watches, Hunting' and
Open Face, Elgin or Wal
tham movements, $15 to
l'ap spoons ?........
Cnl glats salts and peppers, sil
ver tops, pair
Almond spoons .
Large size tea balls
Berry spoons ,
Trilby heart lockets, large size.,
Ladles' silver watch with long
Ooen Evenings until S
1012 F St.
Opposite Boston Bouse.
That we want
To but that
We aro hnTlnc this
K i: M O V A I. hAl.E
solely and only that '
wo may so into our I
new buildlnj with- I
cnt stock. Von can li..
hate that servdoI
lar's worth of It for I
about half what the
price should be.
i:crythlnc to fur
nish a home. Credit
if jou want it.
S House & Herrmann;
Ji7..J 917. S18. 921 and 923
636 Mass. Ave-
Are the handiest and best
carooras.ln ,tt)e. market.
We saTe amateurs all tbe
trouble ot toning and
I0V6BT6N & DEIiHO.
14i"0' New Torx Are.
The Final Crash
Today we have unpacked
and placed on our counters
the last TEN CASES of the
enormous tock of Fine
Clothing-, -which " we pur
chased at SHERIFF'S
SALE, at 626 Broadway,
New York, the product of
the bankrupt firm of Hazel
ton & Co., for 20 years one of
the leading- Fine Clothing
Manufacturers of NewYork.
ter is the word, but we can
do it we paid 38c on the
dollar SPOT CASH..
And now 3'ou can share
with us the benefits of this
gigantic purchase. But
come at once, we can't hold
these goods. The people
know a good thing- when
they see it, as the hundreds
will testify who crowd our
spacious salesroom all day
Mothers bring your children
and Ret a Child s Overcoat
or Ulster. Never sold before CI O
at loss than S3. Now....... $ .4,0
Toung Meu's Nobby Ulsters
and Overcoats Never offer (TO If
ed before atleis than &Xow 3i'3
.Men', extra warm Ulsters and
Overcoats Inferior goods CO DC
sold elsewhere at (12. Nov 3U'33
Men's FINEST quality of
Storm Ulsters aud Over-(f I 0 07
coats 4l Z-0 I
lieal value, 23 to $33.
A thousand and one other
bargains. Come and see,
but come at once to the
Sheriff's Sale now at
H. Friedlander & Bro.,
Cor. 9th and" E Sts. N. W.
No connection with any house In the city
I HATS. SHOES.
You will want some slippers for house wear and re
ceptions this winter. We have provided for your wants
WHITE KID SLIPPERS,
With and without straps softest kid, well (bl sy C Aiun 1 ff
made; usually sold at l.73 and riOO I.AO " lfUV
WHITE KID OXFORDS.
These Imve tho rez7 sbarp toes with tips and are
Gold beaded Terr stylish sboe made on tho nweet
ah ape In latta. The usual price Is f 5.00
939 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Purchase of Crockery,
Come now and get your bargains Come today.
Solid color Chamber Sets, all colors - - $3.77
Regular price ,5.00
Christmas Tree Ornaments, per doz. - " - 38c.
Regular price " - - - - - - 60c.
Fine Brass Banquet Lamps, Cupid Figure - 1.61
Regular Price, $3.67.
Engraved Gas Globes - 9c.
Regular price - - .... 21c.
Cedar Washtubs - - - 39, 49, 59c.
Reerular Price - - - 90c, 1.00, 1.10.
Bisque Parlor Lamp, with Shade to
Glass Cranberry Dishes,
Silk shades for Banquet Lamps, 77c to 5.00. ,
Yz dozen Silver-plated Teaspoons - - 12c.
dozen-Silver-plated Table spoons - - 21c.
S. W. AUGENSTEIN,
- - '439 Seventh St. N. W.
THE iar-EyiyftTIM3BS3t03SfJDCAYlyOVEMBEB 25, 11895.
STREET BEGGARS fldtu1
Judge Kimball Deals Promptly
and Severely With Them.
POLICEMAN AS INTERPBETER
Jacob Kroepf Could Not Speak Eug
Hull, But He Was Let Off Work-'
liomii PreiwrliiK for tbe TUnnkKtclv-,
Jng Entertainment l'rofune Wom
The procession of agrants In Judge Kim
ball's court growB larger dally. The cold
weather 1st rlvlnir til em In front the suburbs,
and Inst night the Municipal Lodging Housa-j
and the Central Union Mission were crowd
ed to their utmost capacity. In tncbuslne-.s"1
precincts the station houses were filled
with f reo lodgers, and many poor wretches,"
cold and hungry, fell into' the. police drag--net
while begging for n few pennies to se
cure them a. warm, if not very clean, place
In which to sleep.
Charles lions, a ragged and travel-stained
man alidutthlrtj-flve -.earsuld, was ar
rested by Policeman OrUul, and pleaded
guilty to being a vagrant.
"He was begging on the street," said the
officer, "and I put him under arrest." i
Ross had nothing to say, and the court
Imposed a sentence of thirty dajs in the
Thomas Dillon, a joung fellow, was nr-
rested by f ollcctnan Oriuni on the same
"He was on E stmt, your honor, and
struck several people Tor money."
"Sixty days,1' tald the court.
"He wants to make a statement," sunt
"Step around, then," said Judge Klin
ball. "Judge," said the prisoner, "I have bad
kinda hard liuk. I Htoiined In this town
yesterday on my way home, and wanted to
get a few pennies in get me a lodging.
I'll leave tonay It ou'll let me go."
"I'll retluee the M'lilence to thirty das,"
replied the court, and the prisoner stepied
COULD NOT SPE.K ENGLISH.
Jacob Kroepf.an old Gerinnu whocouldu't
speak u. word of English, was next ar
raigned, rnlicenmn 1'asanau acted as
Ills interpreter. He promised the court to
continue on his way, and Ills personal bonds
were taken. Jacob will neer know what
he is under Winds to do, however, us Clerk
HaprkT'a knowledge of tin-German language
wa-s lint suffklent to enable him to use
it in reading the bond.
Mlt Currj, colored, wanted a goose for
his Thanksiins dinner, and his learnings
in that direction were responsible for Ills
being arrested aud charged as a tusplcioua
"Mil entered the luck jard of a gentle
man on my beat, jour honor," 6nld the of
ficer, "and whin the ovtner went out he
had thogoose by the neck. He slid he want
ed itfor Ills Tl.ankt"ivlnEdliiner "
"lie will nave to eat ins inanksgmug
dinner In the -workhouse," said the court.
"Thirty dajs." . - . ,
Joteph Home, a natle of Sunny Italv,
was charged -with disorderly conduct aud
"He maka me curse, Judge."
"How did he make you curse?" asked
"He arrcsta me without right. I no do
anything wrong. .,-.,.,
"The ofllcir bUf jou did. lourc fined
Marv Iialiss was the name of a woman
charged with profanity. Policeman KIiiik
mnn testified that she with half "ST
dozen other men and women were stand
ing at the corner of Tiiirt)-fourtii and M
strcits, near the Aqueduct bridge, all ery
disorderly. Ttto men were on the bridge
drunk", ami when the officer started for
them the woman iurcd them, and told
them to get out of the way,, the polite
SHE DENIED IT.
"I'm workiu' up aboie the Aqueduct
Bridge. Judge, and -was on my way home
when this man arrested tue. There were
fifteen oUiers around there, all men, but
he -wouldn't touch one of them I didn't use
such bad language as lie says.
"How bad was the language you utcd7
"Well, I did swear at the men."
"Ten dollars fine."
William Moore and Robert Flt7gibbons.
voung men, were arrested by Policemen
Traivy and Emerson .if the Ninth precinct,
. imrm'ii with illsonlerlv conduct.
"There were eight or ten of these young
men standing together on a street, your
hon..r,"said Tracoy."and they were about
to start a fight. These two had taken
their coats off ." , ,.
"I was on my way home," said Moore,
"and was Junt passing the irowd. -when the
officers caught me. Hadu't anything to
dJ.f!!!!.;"stoSsti"t..e.e about five mln
utes." said Fll zglblions.
"Fhe dollars each."
Alfred Stewart, John Newton, Frank Al
len Lizzie Johnson, and Edward Tine, all
nleadcd guiltv to the chargis against them
and were gHen the usual sentence.
i till 8 p. m.
each - - lc.
Free for to-day only
a bos of fine candy given
to each purchaser of 75c.
- , Bllli
isSSS?&,SErJ- - - 1 C
729-7311 7th5St iJS'.
Weare offering tomorrow a full line of Choice
Sultajia Raisins, London Cluster Raisins, New Citron, New Figs, French Mixed Candy, Chocolate
Drops, Almonds, Walnuts, Mixed Nuts, best quality Cakes and Crackers, Apples, Oranges and Ba
manas; also -Fresh Beef, Lamb, Veal, Pork, Turkeys, Chickens, etc. High-grade Teas, Coffees -and
Spices and all Table-Suppljes at lowest prices.
We are giving one 35c sack of Lily Best Pat. Flour free, to purchasers of one dollar's worth or
over from this, list :
BestBurbanlcPotatocs, bu v ..'4Bc
Barley, per lb .. .. .. ..,. .. . .fc. 7c
Vicklei. Id bottles.. .. .r - 70
Potted ham. small.. .. ... .. ... 7c
Loose lard, lb., 7e
Animal Crackers.. .. , Be
Nic-Nacs, per -pound 8o
Bottled Jamaica aiDcer... .. ... .. .wlOc
Ladles' Royal Shoe Polish 10c
Hirsh'K Powdered Lvc .. .
Whole Cloves, 4-4 pound.. .,
QrouDdCloTes. 1-4 pound....
.. .. " 8c
uruuuu Auspice. 1-4 pouua.. .. .
Raltpetcr. 1.4ijKmnd ,.. .. ..
Cream Tartar, 1-4 pound
Celery Seed, 1-4 pound.
Ground Uineer, 1-4 pound
Whole Allspice, 1-4 pound
Hominy Grits , ..
Co.ire Hominy "" .. ..
Fly Pjper. double HhceU
Small 1)0 r Cam Mustard; boxes..
Coffee Essence, per box
Toilet Soap,-Miller' Cake '.. ..
iiiiiiy a oruait uiatkinc
i:u.iniMinL-Hiove Pnllsti .-. ..
Largo Lump Stnn-h
IroiiNhino stove l'olisbir.ir...-.
Btar Soap, cake
DiiraxSuup, cake .. .; -.-1.
lirown Soap, lone bars
Koaplue. package ..
Emrll&h Pliarl Nniin- tr.flnnta
UrooLs' Crystal Soap Be
iv i-owacr 4e
Boa Ami Bo
Ulnser Snaps, per pound Bo
Soda Crackers, pet pound 6c
Cream Crackers, per pound.. .., .. , Be
Johnston's 6-o7- Ycnstl'owder 10c
Klce. large grain, 10 6c
Dried l!e.in. lb .' 6e
J. B.EakliigPowdcr. 1-4 pound tins.. Be
Small Lemon KilratU Kc
Small Vanilla ,. Bo
8m.Ul Glasses Mustard Sc
Chloride or Lime, small boxes ...... 6a
Toilet Soap, fancy cake Be
Patent Laundry Wax Be
Stove Polish Bi-
Small Oil Sardines, can :
Tapioca, loove, lb
uirgo vvuoiertuimetcs.o ror .- bc
Large Pint Dottles Blue Be
Ball Blue, in boxes, each 7c
Picnic Size Baked Beans Bo
Hunter's iluttard Bres,lnc;. large .. .. B
Water Lily Soap, large-size 6c
Pint Bottles Catsup 10c
Celery Salt, bottle Be
Alabaster Starch i package .. .. .. . Bo
Uout Beer, per bottle , .. 6c
inaugurated to raise
BUY AT ONCE!
329, 331, 333 East Water St.
-. Syracuse, Oct-25,. IS95.
Mr. Sam'l Friedlander.
New York Clothing House.
Your letter of the I7th Is to
hand, and we note contents.
We would ha, e replied at once,
but the Importance of tho mat
ter and the absence of Brother
Louis caused the delay.
We have carefully considered
your requlstct, and are very
sorry to hear of your position,
but must deollne to extend
your note, due December 2,
for any longer period.
We expect you to meet same
'when due and not put us to any
unnecessary trouble and ex
- BERGHER BROS.,
Copy of letter that forces us to
eacrifice our macnincent etoUc
New York Clothing House
A I nilalx Ufninti 3 for Sliver Chatelalue
Lad! S WaiCl! Wa-cbe-r This is one
of the few places In the city where you can buy
"a watch at a reasonable price that can be
thoroughly dewended upon.
sI'IKK, S:o 9th st, near Pa. Ave.
Dyeing. Cleaning and Dry Clcanlnj,
SW IStU Street Sorthwert.'- "
Works, ia)t-l.j I Street Xorthwe.
a lb. Palls Preserves 40c
Home made Ecr .Noodles, large.. .. 10c
Sopnlio, large lOe
Olives. Id glass Jan 10c
Candles, No. 6. per let 10c
Hemp Clothed Line, ICO feet .. 10c
American Gelatine 10c
Rumford'a 6-oz Teast Powder lOo
LargeS lb. Can Baked Bean lOo
Canned Oysters-per can 10o
ilnrylant Peaches, per can l-o
-Pettljohn's Food, pacuige 10c
Chloride or Lime, large 10o
Baking Powder. 1-4 lb. cans 10o
Ueflcctor. the best brass and silver
polisher known, package.. ... lOo
Raisins. California lOo
Raisins. Sultanas 10c
Baby Brand Condensed Milk. can.. .. lOo
Salmon, tall cans ". 12c
Imported Sardines, small, key.. '.. .. 12o
Steak Balmca. large flat cans 16o
Baltimore Sugar-cured Hams. lb..'.. 2o
Bacon Sirtrjs lZu
Society Wnfers .. .. 12c
Vanilla Cakes , 12o
Sugar Jumbles 12c
Breakfast itacou, lb lc
Honey Jumbles 12o
Mixed Rifle Nuts 8o
Haltlno Wafi-rs jt. llo
Sugar-cured Shoulders, lb 9 l-2c
Graham Wafers, ier pound 12o
Vanilla Wafers, per pound 12o
Ecg .Biscuits, per pound 15c
Winter Green Candy 12o
Canned Corn Beer, sliced 12o
Rib Roast of Beefsteak 12a
Round Steak 12
Hack .Conimeal (Squirrel brand) 16o
Plymouth Rock (both colors) gela
Olive Oil 12c
Campbell's Beefsteak Catsup, pt.. .. lBo
Cal Pitted Evaporated Plums, lb.. .. 12o
Lantern Jars Mustard lBo
Imported bpaghcttl. per package.. .. 16c
French Peas, per can IGo
Best Freh Eggs, dozen ZOo
Queen AArderson Jams IBo
Large lze Bags Salt, 2 for Be
Boap Powder 3o
Criterion Brand Cal. Canned Apricots lCc
Fat Smoked Bloaters, each 3c
Scotch Snuff, per box -. .. .. Bo
Ammonia, large buttles Bo
New Dates 8c
,arge Can Tonratoes, first quality.. .. 8c
nned Corn, per can 8c
uned Peas, tier cap 8c
hiring Beans, per can 8c
Lima Beans, per can 8c
Canned Succotash, per can 8o
Macaroni, per package 7o
Potted Tongue, truall 7o
2-lb patkagp Best Oats .. .-v 7a
Large, fat m kerel. per pound.. . lOo
Corn Starcu. iucvoge 10
The Last Week of the
at much less than cost.
We Must Raise
Before Dec. 2
It is impossible for the public, to overestimate the wonderful
opportunity which this sale offers to secure the choiceof the finest
stock of Clothing in this City at.less than wholesale prices.
Study the prices and remember that every garment is guaranteed.
'Splendid new foods maffniflcentl made up
and finished mil the latest patterns all sizes
HOO Trousers Sacrificed at Sl.OO
laOO Trousers Sacrlflced at I.50
tlW Trousers Sacrificed at 1.75
W.U0 Trousers Sacrificed at 2.00
tiffl Trousers Sacrificed at 2.BO
7 00 Trousers Sacrificed at .-... 3.50
A beautiful new stock of Children's Suits for
winter wear It seems s burning shame to
nave to sacrifice these fine goods at less than
cost All sizes ana every sirie xnaaa
Beautiful Suits at $1 UO
Double - breasted
Sonble - breasted
Kecfer Suits at... H60
("Reefer Suits at... F10O
Junior Sullsat.... 3.30
TAKOMA SPRING WATER,
The Most Delicious Table Water.
Per gallon In Demijohns 19c; in bottles, 15c
470 472 I'cnnayuania avenue north
west, near 6th street. Business men's
lonch. 12 to o'clock. 2"ic.; toWe d'hote
dinner. 130 to 7:Sl p. ui . 60c oc28-3m
Holiday Goods. New Cleaned
Cape Cod Cranberries 12c
A r buckle Coffee 22o
Olive Oil (Imported) 25o
Best Malt Vinegar, gallon 27c
Best White Wine Vinegar, gallon.. .. 27c
8 lb. Palls Cottoiene 30c
Brooms, large .. 28c
1-18 bbl. Electric Light Flour 30o
3 lb palls Lard (Lest) .. 30o
1-1 bbl. Royal Family Flour 80o
Golden Drip Syrup 45c
6 lb. Palls Cottoiene 60c
1-1 bbl. Electric Light. Flour 51.1B
yua't size J-ea . rcrnns' Baucc,
Gilt Edge Soap (Bc. size), each
Babbitt's Soap....:... r....
FrultCrackers (Sultanas), per pound.
Ground Pepper. 1-4 pound.. .. r.'..
Yellow Mustard Seed. 1-4 pound.. ..
Ground Mustard. 1-4 pound
Ground Cinnamon. 14 pound..
urounu uace. l-o pounrj..
Whole Unce. 1-8 Dound..
ji is -8o
.. .. 8a
Ground Cayenne "Pepper? 1-4 pound
Whole Pepper. 1-4 pound
FrultPuddlne, all flavors
3. B. Baking Powder, 1-2 pound tins
Large Lenssn Extracts.. ,
Large Vanilla.. .. .. .- .. ..
Good Steak.. ,. ... -8- and
Rice Flour, per package
Elgin Star Condensed JdicW. can... ..
Blxby's Large Blacking
Olives, per bottle..
Large Mustard BardlDes
Rae-o. per n-.rknip... .. .. .. .. ..
Fat Back, for seasoning -.9 1-Zo
Western bhoulder l-2c
Mixed Candy, per lb 10c
Itory (Elephant Head) Starch.. .. So
Diamond Starcn (needs io blue) .. 80
Tapioca. per package 8o
Farina, pound package.. .. 8o
OlUe Oil. small 8c
Early June Pc-as 10c
Stick Candy, all flavors So
Lye, can j 10c
Large French Prunes 100
NewYork Cream Biscuit 10a
Lemon Cakes 10c
Milk-Lunch Biscuits lOo
Mixed Nuts, best 16c
California Evaporated Peaches.. .. 12c
California Evaporated Pears.. .. 12c
California Evaporated Apples.. .. iSc
New Pruoell 12c
Chalmers Gelatine 10c
Large Silver Prunes 12c
California Evaporated Apricots.. .. 12o
Chicory. lb lOo
Best Cream Cheese, lb 12c
LanternJars 8trup, pints 12c
Large Booties Catsup 16c
draveley" lkfit Tobacco lOo
Raisins. sccdlss lOo
We haven't raised the amount vet.
chance. Most marvelous bargains.
are in desperation We are still far away from
-You must help us Pay as little as you want to-
Superb Melton. Bearer, Kerser and Rough
and Smooth Cloth Overcoats all the new and
most fashionable cuts and lengths all sizes
Regular $7.50 Overcoats must goat.. S 3-75
Regular 111) Overcoats must go at.... 8.00
Regular $15 O ercoata must go at.... 7.50
Fino KS.00 Overcoats must goat.... 1-kOO
Grand $3tt0u Overcoats must go at.. 18.00
Finest qualities of Heavr-welght Suits in
Thlbets, Cheviots, Casslraeres, and Worsteds.
Every size every style every make.
tlOSnlts slaughtered at S5.00
tl Suits slaughtered at 6.00
115 Suits slaughtered at 7.50
J17 Suits Slaughtered at. 8 50
tS) Suits Slaughtered at. IO.OO
ODD FELLOWS' H ALU CAFE DIN
1606 M St. N. W.
FlrstHrlaas catering for balls, parties onl pri
vate families. .
Steal. 15 and cl
FamDies supplied with salt water oysters, by
the quart or gallon.
Ice cream wholesale and retalL i
JOUN VEN1E, Proprietor.
COED IN TBEI HEAD. Catarrh,
anil Heaaarlie immediately relieved by
Capitol Catarrh Cure. 25ceot3.
. - - "W
Currants. Cal. Raisins.
Box of BO good cigars.. .. .. .. .. 6Bo
White Wine Vinegar, gallon.. .. .. 17o
California Peaches r. IBo
Evaporated Cream. can..
J.B Baking Powder. 1-lb. tics,
Ground Coffee, perlb
Smoked Herring, box
IraportedSardiues.laige. with key.. ..
Pretzeiettes. lb (Tom Thumb)
Witch Hazel, pi nt bottle
1-32 bbl RoyalFarally Flour
Imported Sardines In tomato sauce,
Eagle Brand Condensed Milk
Lobster, tall caus
Cider Vinegar, gallon
Wilbur's CLocolale. cake
Fruit Baking Powder. 1-2 lb. cans..
Lea A PerrlnTs Worcestershire Sauce..
Columbia Soups Julienne. Consom
me, Mulligatawny, Chicken. To
matolarge cans, each
Durkee's Salud Dressing, bottle.. ..
Best Elgin Butter, lb w.
Dunbar's Barataria Shrimps. large..
PotatoChlrH. nerrjound.. .. . .. ..
Java Flavored Coffee 25c
Ohio Maple Syrnp, per can 35c
Col burn's Currv Powder, bottle.. .. 25c
Clf-elandBak-mgPowa-T.inn. .. .. 45o
Mustard, per galion .. 45o
1-8 bbl. Lily Best Patent Flour.. .. 5o
Extra Choice Oolong Tea 800
Extra Choice Gunpowder Tea 80o
Royal Family Flour bbl $4 00
1-4 bbl. Family Flour $1.00
1-8 bbl. Boyal Family SOo
Uly Best Patent Flour, bbl $4.25
1 4 bbl. Lily Best Patent Flour.. ..51.25
Electric Light Flour, bbl.... $4.00
Holland Java and Mocha Coffee.. .. 30c
Richardson & Bobbins' Potted Tur
Java and Mocha Coffee 300
1-16 bbl. Lily Best Patent Flour.. .. 35o
French Baking Powder, 1-Ib cans.. 33o
Fine Gunpowder Tea 35c
Spring Leaf Tea 35c
Old Government Java Coffee 35c
Best Mocha Coffee 35c
New Orleans Baking Molasses 4Bo
Fine Oolong Tea 35c
Horseshoe Chewing Tobacco, lb.. .. 60c
Bib palls Lard (best) 50c
Fancy Mixed Tea 30c
Gravey3ply Chetvlng Tobacco.. .. 60c
Choice Oolong Tea 0c
Choice Gunpowder Tea Oc
1-8 bbl. Electric Light Flour 800
California Pears xCo
Wilbur's Cocoa, per tin 200
St. N. w.
Prices again recede
311 7th St.
Quickly relieved and permanently
by our process. Rome testimonials. Gel
particulars. Hours. 11-3
NATIONAL BEHNIAL INSTITUTE.
Ohio National Bank IlullJInf
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