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THE "WASHIOTCOT TIMES, TUESDAY, JTJXX 9, 2895.
For BOYS are liere in
as big variety as for men.
Unlaunfierefl French Saline 50c
Maundered Hard Twilled Cheyiols.BOc
Maundered Percales, last colors....BOc
Unlaundered (Mots 75c
Laundered Cheviots $1.00
laundered Madras $1.00 and $1.50
Stiff Bosom Madras, with
cuffs attached, to wear with
white collars, $ 1 .50. AH
neat, pretty patterns. Styles
and colors to be obtained only
Hosiery, Neckwear and all
other furnishings for boys of
ROBINSON, CHERY & CO.
!2til BftU F SlS. Furntahincs,
'Tis true you go in debt when 3'ou buy FUR
NITURE CARPETS MATTINGS-DRAPERIES
REFRIGERATORS BABY CAR
RIAGES, etc., on our
but tisn't true that 3rou are burdening 3'ourself
or tying yourself up yith any obligatious 3'ou
cannot conveniently handle.
We ask in return for our accommodation in
waiting merely that 3Tou will promise to make
3 weekly or monthly pa3'ments on your bill.
Even if they are small m amount and 'ou live
up to 3rour agreement you have fulfilled all we
(TJi require and unlimited
I HOUSE k HERRMRNN,
917, 919, 921 and 923 Seventh Street.
636 Mass. Avenue.
MUSIC ANT) ATHLETICS.
tTliey "Were Combined at Carroll In
KtltuteVlSxotirMoiitoMnrh hall Hall.
Three boat loads of the friends of Carroll
Institute -went down to Marshall Hall jes
terday on the twenty-second annual ex
'eursion of that organization. In the even
ing the capacity of the boat was sorely
taxed, but the people believed that the
more the merrier, and everj bodj had a good
The Carroll Institute Band v.as on board
to fill the shores with b-noct sounds and
to send tlie feet trapping over the polished
(floor. There are twenty-four pieces in
this orchestra. The degree of excellence
it has attained under the direction of -Mr.
'Ben JudMjn is a f curcc of giatification and
pride to everj member jf tin- Institute .
The tumbling and acrobatic feats were
heartily applauded and irequi-nt demands
i -were made by the cxcursionit-ts for repeli
tions of the performance
The athletic team was compo.sed of Prof.
Joyce and Masters James Barret, Frank
Blue, Larry Kcane, and Willie Keane.
The programme was as follow Sousa's
"Directorate," Carroll Institute Band;
soprano soo, Mif-s Mae-D. Whitefell; selec
tions by the Columbia Quartette; alto solo,
Miss Margaret Eichorn; f elections, etring
orchestra; bass solo, Mr. Frank Rebstock;
tumbling nnd aciobatic acts, by the athletic
The success or the affair was largely due
to the efforts of a committee composed of
Messrs. M. T Taj lor, 11 Goldsborough
Goddard, George T.Cox, Edward Boigt.and
5.00. TTcoltly SenRiiore Ex- $.".00.
Every Triday and Saturday until Au
gust 31. inclusive, the Pennsylvania rail
road will sell for the 10 a. m. and 11 a. m.
trains excursion tickets to Cape May,
Atlantic City and Sea Isle City, at rate
of $5.00, good returning until following
NO FEE UNTIL CURED.
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Treats all chronic, nervous and Wood lls
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Lost Manhood restored. Consultation free.
Office hours 9 to 12 a m . 2 to 5 30 p.m.,
6.80 to 8 p sa., Sunday, 4. to 7 p. m.
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JOLLT PAT MEN'S TICNIC.
One of the Best Features "Will Be a
Game of Ball.
The excursion committee of tho Jolly Fnt
Men's Club, of -which Mr. James J. Spald
ing is chairman, has completed the arrange
ments for tho annual excursion of that
organization-, -which -will take place at
River View on Mondny, July 15 instant.
One of the features of this occasion Trill
he u championship game or bafeball between
clubs composed of members of the Jolly
Fat Men of thiB city and Baltimore. The
trophy to-be a-warded is a mammoth base
ball bat, handsomely decorated. .This
"pennant" must be won three times before
it becomes the property of tho -winning
Another feature is the payment of all
dancing and other prizes in gold coin, in
stead of uwnrding medals to the success
The sale of tickets irdicates that this
rear's trip down tln river will be eren
a greater success than, tlose of former
rears, as the committee, with tho assift
luice or Capt. E. S Randall, AVho is rice
president of the organization, has i pared
no effort in anaiift-1-.g a euitable programme
The annual issue of "the" Jolly Tat Man
-will consist of 20,000 copies nnd will
contain the details of the event. Due an
nouncement will alto be made in the daily
Mrw. "WliiHliiw'n Soot hi us Syrup.
Has been used for over fifty jears by mil
lions of mothers for their children while
teetning, with perfect success. It sooths
the child, softens the gums, allays all pain,
cures wind colic, and is the best remedy
for diarrhoea. Bold by druggists in every
partT or the world. Be sure and ask for
"Mrs. "Window's Soothing Syrup," and
take no other kind. Twenty-five cents a
"credit" is yours.
Paying us jnst half tho formir
price secures you your pick of a lot
of Odd Rockers we want to clear out.
We're sold before at prices ranging
from 83,75 to S9 now you can have
them for just half that soma have
upholstered some have leather seats.
This is hut one mention of the lots
and lots of ?ood buying chances our
Rebuilding Sale presents. Every
Bort of Fnrniture is marked from 20
to 40 per cent under usual prices.
CASH OR CREDIT.
Hew York Ave., Bet. 13th & 14th Sts-
Accncy for tlio celebrated COLUMBIA
mi1 Hf fill fiT
for Ynn! !
iyi iuui &!
m " glf&L Mpkra WWM3MM lO-quart Enameled R - S&W Xa a1:
m gg ,?.,. Jr-rj t j. WW$WW$ Iron Preserrlne W. ' " " R-
1 (I pgfrrvgg m Hg Kettle, jjr..-w ;;.- fjj gfe b
H tilflr t.TTl v utrr I It f, 8-at Enameled Iron Saucenan.. iIDC HOu t,i TTnrwicnm Oak 'Red- en t rr
M U..h?35U'S?3i H
I This Magnificent Oat Side- dfigpans,? I C SSSS mflT
board, swell top.hand- ( I O umg pans.t I U V g V 11 II
eoniely carved, only... 4 D - -1 11 H II.
yCtX Closing Out WUS :
!S TIRE STOCK Usk.1 . S2gSfjgill
m is sffs"r""l Enameled Iron Pie
1 rt if -..-... i p Plates
I &&m BlnHlliS. L)4
I iO ' tl ;
33 JrmMW X Heavy Fancy On 1 Yil
lFiMSii II Matting, only... UU " .
M sSsTPSSe77ir Asi II Extra nno fan- I T n
I VCjlbTytc II Jy cy Matting, only I Ou
Wj7 wFgea Cotton j fc
gJi ask Fancy Mat-OH ln
PS ting LLit Phoin 5?(
m This neat Baby Carrigo S2.98 Ullali, OOu.
Fine Baby Carriage S7.5Q
MATER & PETTIT, ReliaDle HouselurnisHers,
NO PITY IIS SHOWN H
Laundry Girl's Wrongs Submitted
to Legal Advice Bureau,
SWOONED AT HER WORK
Couldn't Afford to Quit Een for n
Xny Durlin; t lit Sweltering Juno
Mont h Her luy Only $3.50 a Week.
Her Kinploj-orn Churned the Doc
tor's Hill Against Her Wildes.
Ono of the most outrageous cases of
imposition on the poor girl in servlco is
now in tho hands of the Times Burcauof
Legal Advice. Tho attorneys for The Times
do not care, out of consideration for the
girl and iter family, to give names, hut
as with everything from that source, the
Morics and the sufferers arc current events.
Tho young lady's story as related to the
attorneys is thib She was an employe in
ono of tbe laundiies of the eitj and was
in Hint department in winch she received
the full bencnt of the heat of the boilers
and mangling machines.
When the weather became intolerably
hot in Juno the begnn to suffer terri
bly, but no attention was paid to the in
roads of her hard work on her constitu
tion. She had, of course, either to resign
SUBMITTED TO HKR TASK.
She submitted to tho very hard work
and the effects of the murderous heat
until one da during the red-hot days of
the first week in June she succumbed to
the outward and inward heat and swooned
away over her work.
This infernal work, by the way, this
poor girl was doing at S2.0 a week; and
there are io many girls m the city whoce
condition is to hard that they would work
for le, that the poor unfortunate knew
Unit her place could be easily filled if
she declined her task.
The brutality of the storj is that the
company charged the phjMcinn's expenses
to the girl's salary, which, as stated, was
$3.50 a week.
Tho grosMie-s, the coarseness, the ab
solute inhumanity or this proceeding arouted
the friends of the girl, and the consequence
is the investigation no v.' in the bauds of
The Times Ilureau t
MAY SETTLE OUT Or COURT
The mere relation or tins cnfcewill be a
shock to the whole community. It is the
plaintiffs cae and, of course, the defendant
will be entitled to a hearing in the court
or In The Tunes. The attorneys of tho
bureau are In hopes that the matter will
be settled out of court, and such will un
doubtedly be the i-5!ue of the cafe after
this publication A demand has been made
on the laundry people in the matter and
a reply is awaited with some interest.
The Bureau of Advice secured yesterday
the settlement of a case to the benefit
of some small children who otherwise
might have lx-eu Kept nut of their rights Tor
years Tln-ir mother died and the property
was sold under a deed of trust The trus
tees declined to pay over the money on the
ground that a guaidlan should be appointed
for the children
The Times' attorneys succeeded in con
vincing the tiustees that Uie father had
an estate of courtesy which entitled him
to the us-e of the estate for his life and that
it was their duty to pay it over to him
HARDSHIP AVERTED. -
They agreed to the proposition and the
small but welcome pittance will now go
to the infant children A failure to
settle this case would have entailed
untold hardships ou the poor family The
point in this case, as in all others under
taken by the bureau, was that the plain
tiffs needed free advice They got it
through The Tuneo, and the result has
been to them a Godsend
The proceedings in the recovery of a
child now in t he custody of a mother, where
a divorce had been granted, were begun by
The Times attorneys yesterday before Judge
Bingham. In this case it appears, the
mother, who has the present charge of the
child, is not so entitled by a decree of
court, which has been disobejed, and the
t father now intervenes to inforce the order
of the court entitling him to the custody
of the child. The return day is the ISth
"Real Estate Transfer-.
Deeds of real estate were filed jesterday
for record, as follows Mary L Baloh to T
11 Anden-on. trustee, lots 27 to 31. block 3,
lots 1 1 and 15, block 4 . and lots 19 and "0,
block 5. section 3, Burrvllle, $1,000
J C Davidson and wife to B. II Johnston,
lot 17. Barr sub , square SOS, subject to
$2,500 trust. $10 II Freeman and others
to R D Morgenthal, lot IS. block A,
Reno, $10 L S. Fribtor and wife to B II
Johnston; lots 47, 48. 40, Barr sub , block
13, Le Droit Park, subject to $9,000 trust,
$10 M L. Gregory to E G Lang, lot 101,
Kettler'ssub .square 1027,subjeotto $1,350
trust, $5,800 A 11 Hines to R W Mox
Iey.lots 11.42, 43, Dieudonne'ssub .square
1051, subject to $1,050 trust, S10 A 11.
GregorytoC E Lannmg.loc 37, McCarthy's
sub, square 890. subject to $2,000 trust,
$10 J M. Harrison to M E. Bullock,
part lot 4, block 17, subject to $1,700
trust, $10 E Hajden and wire
to Alice W. Tyssowski, lot 4, Sherman's
sub Pleasant Flains, subject to trust,
$10,000. -Mnttie Lambert to "VV. Mosby
Williams, liart original lot 1, square 982,
part original lot 8, square 1017, sub lots
12 and 13, tquare 1034, and sub lot L,
Hundreds of elegant double
breasted Sack Suits grand
materials and trimmings in
light and medium weight.
Hundreds of fine Round Cut
Sack Suits, well made and
lined, in Serges, Cassi meres,
Hundreds of choice Business
and Dress Frock Suits, in
Clays, etc. Every Suit perfect.
You can see them in ounvlnilons.
We bought the entire Sum
mer stock of a Wilming
ton firm from the assignee and
have placed all the Suits, no
matter what the former price
or cost to manufacture, on sale
at $4.98 some are worth as
high as S 1 S, and there are lots
Any Child's Combination
Suit in the house, with EXTRA
PANTS and CAP, PATENT
WAIST BANDS, DOUBLE
to $5.00. Splendid values at
that. All now at
COME QUICK FOR THESE.
Every 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50,
and $2.50 Straw Hat for
9th and E Sts. N. W.
square 10G9, $10 E G Lang and wife
to A H Gregory, sub lots 39, 41 and 42,
Uhlman'ssub square GIG, subject to $2,250
trust, $5,215. It D Morganthal to Elijah
Boose, lot 18, block A, Reno, $10. C W
O'Key and wire to Thomas McCormick,
sub lot 02, square 870, quit claim, $50.
William A. and C S Richards, exrs to
Fannie C Ernest, lot 24, Richards' sub
square 703 quit claim, $1. Mary II Soley
and husband to William M Sprigg, lot 1,
King's sub of Tynnn'sEub square 198, $10.
W. II. Walker, assignee, to F ard K Lott,
lot 135, Walkersub Long Meadows, $1,400.
A nalof-tinTr- tlxcur.ioii.
The Analostau Boat Club will give one of
it's delightful excursions to Marshall Hall
this evening The hteamer Macalester will
leave her wharf at G 30 and returning will
leave Marshall Hall at 10 30
The social standing or the club is such as
to bespeak for it a large attendance of this
city's best known young society people
The arrangements are in the hands of the
club, which Is in itself n guarantee of a most
enjoyable evening on the water and at the
historical pleasure resort over which Col
Ticket-i may be had of members only dur
ing the day and at the wharf this evening.
Suit on Mechanics' Lien.
Johnsou and others to recover $291 on a
merchandise lieu far iIumber's work on a
building on lot 125, square 555. He asks
for a sale of the property to pay the bill.
ncic ICL 6
Get in step with the crowds that nro
keeping us bnsj from morning till
night There's only ONE place where
jou can buy a cool, stjlish Summer
Suit at cxactl half Price 50 cents
on the dollar. It's HERE and it's a
621 Pa. Aye. N.W.,
Under Metropolitan Hotef.
to visit this store during- the week. It
Will be indeed a week of bargains, and
our CREDIT SYSTEM makes it more so.
room Suite, large glass.only
Fino Oak Bedroom Suites... JpdbiUU
Fine Oak Extonsion Tablo.... 4)4. bU
Good Refrigerators, only $ ,0U
Largo size Oak Ico Chests.... j)babl)
5 pieces, only.. $ I 4.UU
Fine Plush and
415 7th St. H, W.
729-731 Seventh Strrret.
Best Mixed Tea.
Jaya and Mocha
Patent Laundry "Wax '. 4o
Boneless Codfish lc
Rising Sun Stove Polish 4c
Enamellne StovePolIsh 4c
Ironshine Stove Polish 4c
Bmall Oil Sardines, can 4c
Large Lump Starch 4c
Star Soap, cako ;. 4c
Best Sugar Cured Shoulder, 7kc lb.
Best Fresh Eggs, doz 12c
Ciiterion Brand Cal. Canned Apricots KIc
Queen & Anderson Jams l.'lc
California Apricots 13c
California Plums 13c
"White Wine Vinegar. 13c
Evaporated Cream, cau 14c
Best Butterine, lb l-ic
J B Baking Powder, 1-lb tins 14c
Blue Hen Matches, dozeu 1-lc
Ground Coflee, per lb 15c
Webb's Cocoa, per tin 15c
Eagle nrand Coudenscd Milk 15c
Smoked Herring, box 15c
Strawberry Preserves, lb Cc
Currant Jelly, lb .". Cc
Cherry Preserves, lb 13c
Damson Preserves, lb Cc
Tapioca, loose, lb Cc
LargeWhoIoNut megs, G Tor Cc
Corn Starch, package 5c
Barley, perlb Cc
Pickles, in bottles Cc
Large Pint Bottles Blue 5c
Ball Blue, in boxes, each Cc
LargeCan Tomatoes, best quality.... Cc
Canned Corn, per can Cc
Canned Peas, per can 5c
String Beans, per can Dc
Potted Ham, small
Loose Lard, lb
Nic-Xacs, per pound
Baby Brand Condensed Milk, can.
Salmou, tall cans
Large French Prunes
Pettljohn's Breakfast Food. . .. ..
Rumford's G-oz Yeast Powder. ....
Gunpowder Tea, per lb
Johnston Breakiast Coffee.
Simp, per gallon
Molasses, per gallon
2-pound Cans Beef
Best Mixed Cakes, 12c lb. To-day.
Coffee Essence, per "Dox 2c
Large Sie Bags Salt 2c
Soap Powder 2c
Fat Smoked Bloaters, each 2c
Hominy Grits 2c
Coarse Hominy 2c
Our Setter Cigars, each 2c
Gilt Edge Soap (5c size), each 2 l-2c
Small Durham Alustard (boxes) 3c
Small Glasses Mustard 3c
Bixby's Small Blacking 3c
Ladles' Royal Shoe Polish Sc
Largo Ennmeline Sc
Red Seal Lye, can 8c
Mcndelson'b Powdered Le Sc
Whole Cloves, 1-t lb Sc
Ground Cloves, 1-1 lb Sc
Ground Allspice, 1-4 lb Sc
Saltpeter, 1-4 lb 8c
Cream Tartar, 1-4 lb 8c
Celery Seed, 1-4 lb 8c
Ground Ginger, 1-4 lb Sc
Carawav Seed, 1-4 lb 8c
Whole Allspice. 1-4 lb Sc
Ground Pepper, 1-4 lb 8c
Labrador nerring, dozen 10c
N. Y Cream Biscuit 10c
Lemon Cakes 10c
Milk Lunch Biscuits 10c
Mixed Nuts, best 10c,
Cal Evap Peaches 10c
Cal Evap Pears 10c
Cal Evap. Apples 10c
New Prunella 10c
Imported Sardines, small, key...
Steak Salmon, large Hat cans...
Flat cans Boiled Mackerel
Baltimore sugar-cured Hams, lb .
Olive Oil (imported)
Canned Tomato Soup(largeean)
Canned Chicken Soup (large can).. ..
Rice Flour, per package 7c
Elgin Star Condensed Milk, can 7u
Large Fat Mackerel, per lb 7c
Vinegar, per gallon 7c
Bixby's Large Blacking 7c
Large Mustard Sardines 7c
Sugar-cured Shoulders, lb 7 l-2c
French Peas, per can 12 l-2c
Imported Sardines in tomato sauce,
Olives, per bottle 8c
Johnstons, 729-731 7th St.
The Johnston Co.
English Pe.irl Soap ..
Brook'a Crystal Soap ..
Borax Soap, cake ..
Brown Soap, long bare .
0-lb pails Cottolcne 4tc
Imported Sardines, large, with key 1jC
Sirloin Steak 15c
California Pears 15c
California Peaches 15c
Horseshoe Chewing Tobacco, lb.. .. 50c
Star Chewing Tobacco, lb -.50c
Bos? Chewing Tobacco, 3-ply,lb.. .. T5Sc
Bay Steamer Chewing Tobacco, lb.. 55c"
Gravely 3 -ply Chewing Tobacco.. .. GOc
Kosegay Twist Chewing Tobacco.. .. 35c
Lima Beans, per can
Picnic Size Baked Beara
Hunter's Mustard Drcsing (large).
Water Lily Soap (large size)
Pint Bottles Catsup
Celery Salt, bottle
Alabaster Starch, pkg
Root Ler, per liottle
Pride of Egypt Cigars
Edwin Booth Cigars
Will o' the Wisp Cigars
Best Tomatoes, 5c Can.
Gc Johnston's G-oz Yeast Powder .... 4c
B- Maryland Peaches, jier can 9c
Gc Large 3-lb Can Baked Beans 9c
Gc Canned Oysters, per can 9c
Sc Eli Pettijohn'd food, package 9c
Gc Mother's Baked Beans, can 9c
9c Fine Gunpowder Tea. v 35c
9c Spring Laf Tea 35c
9c Fine Oolong Tea 35c
9c Old Government Java Coffee 35c
9c Bst Mocha Cofree 35c
9o Royal Family Flour, bbl S4.25
Cans Table Feaclies, 9c Can.
Large cans Soused Mackerel 20c
Colburn's Salad Dressing 2Cc
Royal Baking Powder, 1-2 lb 20c
Cleveland Baking Powder, 1-2 lb.... 20c
WildCherry Beverage, perlargebottle 20c
i Babbitt's Soap 4 l-4c
Macaroni, per package
Potted Tongue, small
Home-made Egg Noodles (large).
Lobster, tall cans
Wilbur's Chocolate, cake
Yellow Mustard, Seed. 1-4 lb Sc
Ground Mustard, 1-llb Sc
Ground Cinnamon, l-41b Sc
Ground Mnce, 1-S lb Sc
Whole Mace. 1-8 lb Sc
Ground Cayenne Pepper, 1-4 lb.. .. Sc
Whole Pepper, 1-4 lb Sc
Macaroni, per package 6c
Fruit Puddinc (all flavors) Sc
Sapollo, large Sc
Large Silver Prunes 10c
Cal. Evap Apricots 10c
Cal. Evap Tangerines 10c
Cottage Ham, all lean, lb 10c
Chicory, lb .-..,. ;. .. 10c.
Best Cream Cheese, lb 10c
Mixed Rifle Nuts
Fruit Crackers (Sultanas) per lb..
Graham "Wafers, per pound
Vanilla. Wafers, per pound
Egg Biscuits, per pound
Best Elgin Butter 25c Pound,
Columbia Soups Chicken, Julienne,
largo cans, each 22o
Durkee'sSaladDressing, bottle 22c
Best Elgin Butter, lb 25c
Fat Back, for seasoning , 7c
Western Shoulder 7c
Mixed Candy, per lb 7c
Ivory (Elephant Head) Starch 7c
Diamond Starch (needs no blue) 7c
2-lb packages Best Oats 7c
Sago, per package 7c
Fly Paper, double sheet 2c
Ohio Maple Syrup, per can ..... 25c
Qt. size Lea'& Perrins Sauce, per
Imported Spaghetti, per package.. 10c
To - day.
Soda Crackers, perpound .........
Cream Crackers, perpound.......
Bread Soda, per pound
Bottled Jamaica Uinger
Rice, largegrain, perpound
Dried Beans, lb
J B. Baking Powder. 1-llb Una.
Small Lemon Extracts .,
P. II nains'BestChewingTobacco.. 40c
Broncho Chewing Tobacco.. 35o
5-lb pails Lard 4Sc
5-lb nails Silver Leaf Lard 48c
Fancy Mixed Tea 60c
C!;olce Oolong Tea OOo
Choice Gunpowder Tea. (10c
Extra Choice Oolong, Tea 6!c
Extra Choice Gunpowder Tea 0c
G-lb pails Preserves (pall) 3oc
Royal Baking Powder, 1 lb 40o
Cleveland Bakjng Powder, 1 ID 4Qo
5-lb pails Crescent Lard .. .. 4fic
To - day.
Scotch Snuff, per box; ...
Fashion Fin Cut, package ...
Pepsin Cut Plug Tobacco...
Globe Fine Cut Tobacco
Greenback Smofcintr Tobaceo.
Our World Cigars
Ammonia, large bottles
Quince Preserves, lb .
Raspberry Preserves, lb
Peach Preserves, lb
Apple Butter, lb
Canned Succotash, can
1-4 bbl Royal Familv. 31.13
1-8 bbl Royal Family ao
Lily Best Patent Flour, bbl $5.00
1-4 bbl Lily Best Patent $1.40
1-8 bbl Lily Best Patent Fkwr. 70o
ElectncLight Best FamilyFlour.bbI S 1.50
1-1 bbl Electric Light Flour $1.20
1-S bbt Electric Light Flour 65c
1-1G bbl Electric Light Flour 35o
1-32 bbl Elctnc Light Flour lSc
1-32 bbf Royal Family Flour ICC
Royal Salad Dressing, bottle 20c
Choice Kio 20c
Best Velvet Skin Lemons, per doz.. .. 20c
Wilbur's Cocoa, per tin
Golden Drip Sirup
3-lb parts Cottotene
3-lb pails Lard
1-lGbbl Royal Family Flour.
Richardson& Robbing Potted Turkey
Holland Java and Mocna Coffee....
Java and Mocha Coffee 5?.. 30o"
nirsh's Sauce Sc
J. B. Baking Powder, l-211x tins.. .. Sc
Cleveland 10c size.. Sc
Olives, m glass d3rs.. Sc
Large Lemon Extracts Se
Large Vanilla Se
Candles, Xo 6, per set .. .. So
Quart Bottles Catsup .. .. Se
New Figs,, per lb.. .. -v. .. .. .. Se
Large Bottles Jamaica Ginger Sc
Yocum Bros. Cigars.. .. f. .. .. Sc
General Arthur Cigars.. .. Sc
Good Steak 8 and 10o
Hemp Clothes Lines (100 fet). So
Lantern Jars Sirup, pints 10c
Lantern Jars Mustard.. .. .. .. .. 10a
Large Bottles Catsup 10c
Home-made Egg Noodles tsmall)... .. 10c
General A rthur (large) Cigars.. .. .. -"10o
Old Dominion (large) Tobacco.. .. .. 10c
Bob White Tobacco 10c
Gravely's Best Tobacco 10c
Breakfast Bacon, lb lOo
Canned Corned Beef, sliced
Rib Itoast of Beef, per lb
Sack Corn Meal (Squirrel Brand).
Plymouth Rock (both colors)
Olive Oil (large) ..
Cal. Pitted Evaporated Plum3, lb
Dunbar's Barataria Shrimps, larga.
Potato Chips, per pound
Java Flavored Coffee
New Orleans Baking Molasses.. .. ..
Mustard, per gallon .
Tapioca, per package To
Farina, pound package 7o
Olive Oil (small) 7c
Maryland Pie Peaches 7c
Early June Peas 7c
Stick Candy, all flavors.. -7c
Colburn Mustard, per can 10c
Gold Drip Syrup (lantern jars), per
Colburn Bag Blue, per box 5c
1-lb. pails Cottosueti each Gc