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THE KAffgjte CtTY .TOtJIWALi J3UOTAY APML 21 , 1895.
orrtct au sinsi; coNronst to ct.r,VK
Umi's vikws on suffkk.
Curlnu llxpcrlrnee nf u VU-(in.ln Official
lit (letting III Account StrulcMmrit
Out-Oriieritl .Inlm C. lilach Sent
I'or by the I'restlcnt.
Washington, April JO. (Puccini.) tt 1
Interesting to take n blrdseye view o
the work qf .the president, In carrying
out his position on financial questions
by forcing oinreholders.lnto lino for, the
administration policy, it Is n km nil ef
fort to force on the people of the cottii
try the policy of the president, which,
ns Is well known, Is the policy of Wall
Mroet ntiJ the men who put up the
money for his last nomination, ami who
since his election have been tisliiir cx
eetitlvo secrets In stock Kambllhs, Will
making millions of dollars by renson of
the While Home pull,
Down In Virginia, u fev days nuo
Cleveland npihMntcd ex-Governor flta
liugh Lee collector of an Internal reve
nue district. In the coillest for the
place the two senators from -Virginia
and the members of the house from the
district united on another man for th
otllce, and they supposed thai he would
be appointed. Hut they were all turned
down and I-eo was named for the place.
It seems that the man agreed .tlpoil
by the senators and representatives hail
some Ideas of his own about the llnail
clal Isslio nnd was known ns a silver
man. In addition to this the two sen
ators from the state and all the mem
bers Interested In the appointment arc
silver men, nnd hence the president dis
regarded their wishes and appointed the
rx-governor. No one seilously supposed
for n moment that I.pc would be ap
pointed, for he Is unlit for thp place,
13ut the prestige of the name of I-co was
utilized by Cleveland to make a winning
in that state, ibesldes hcca.111 be mold
ed Into ona of the finest goldbug cuckoos
In the country.
This Is only a sample of the way the
president Is turning the heels of the
Democrats In congress skyward by rea
son of the ilnanclnl Issue. .An Interest
ing feature of the situation Is found In
thu pressure being brought against the
ollleeholders. There Is very little pic to
bo given out ut present, most of It hav
ing been Issued In bringing about the
iv.'sal or the Sherman law and other
bunco administration schemes, but.what
Is left will be used In buying lip favor
able public sentiment for the adminis
tration. It Is apparent that the presi
dent proposes to make It very unpleas
ant for those In olllco who are repotted
to bo against the administration's finan
A case Is In point In Wisconsin. A
United States attorney, In, that state had
nn opinion on the silver question which
did not colnrlilq with the president's
views. The attorney pineeeded to tnll
lu the fashion of n. freeborn citizen and
nt once got Into troubla with the de
partment. Ills accounts were all wrong
and he could do nothing in a way to
meet the nppiovnl of the department
handling his accounts. Senntor Vll.is at
last gao him n tip. lie Intimated to
him that If lie would malie out his ac
counts as lormerly and take no part In
the lliianclal dlseus.'lon he might get
ulong better; ov- If he would change his
lewa he would certainly get along
much better. The olllcl.il thought th.it
this was ridiculous: he could not under
stand why high olilelals.of t-lie United
SStates would east a shadow on hlb olll
clal Integrity and h.iiass him in his
official duties b.-cause he was doing
s-onipthlne, which, In his Judgment, was
lor the best Interests ,of thf country and
for his party. lie could not understand
It, and therefoie came to Washington
to look nfler the matter. He circulated
mound the departments, and even the
man who opened the door leading Into
the bureau In charge of his accounts
uppj.lred to understand that ho was an
olllclal tn be punlhhcd for his fllver
views, and the mosengcr was not cci
taln that ho could allow him to enter
the room Then when he readied the
inside all wer- very, chilly. The man In
charge of the bureau et the pace, and
the clerks followed lu their freezy fash
ion. Presently one of the president's se
ei et political ncrvlcu men got hold of
lilm and told him to go to the White
IIousi) at a certain time." lie did so
and had a talk with the president, who,
of course, knew nothing of thu qlllelal
troubles of his United States attorney In
"Wisconsin, but he soon began to talk
about the desliabillty of his olllel.ils
importing the administration o'n the
financial Issue, lie proceeded along this
line until It was plain to the man, sure
enough, he was being thumped. Hq
took the hint and made some favorable
remarks on the matter after he hecamu
convinced of what was wanted, nnd the
next day he made another effort to get
bis business disposed of at the depart-
COM) IN Till'. IIKAIt.
Infltifnsa. Is almost. If not quite, epidemic
not the Orlpny, aerlom kind, but the ilia
tresslng Mow from the eyes, and noe that
innkm the surteMr miserable. "77''. gives
quItJt relief, nnd the nusrter Is well spent
to rid ona of attch tonnont. . . . .
Many persons km-p well through (He win
ter months, and then
TAKR COM IN THR smiNO.
Vanity Is larelr to blam--the antl'ty"
to wear the new llnnier bonnet, or lighter
wrap, or top cunt.
Hometltnes the chnnKe Is made became
! winter girnvnls look shabby In the
dangerously bright, spring sunshine the
person l exposed to the lingering, sharp
wintry nlr; rtilt-a ml'rablc cold that Is
hard to shake off.
lr Humphreys' Specific "77" cures Cold,
Grip)', Influenza, Catarrh, I'alns nnd Sore
ness In the Head, nnd Client, Coueh, Sore
Throat, General Prostration nnd IVver.
"Jl" will "break up" a hard cold tht
"KNOCKS OUT Till', mill'."
II. A. Viold, the lending drugget of Itlrh
lunml, lnd., writes under date of April 10:
"I'lense ccpress three d07.cn 77' ns mrly ns
poslble. Sly customers say tt knocks out
. The fame of "7?" has spread like wildfire,
but It Is no better thnn the other numbers
lilt. lltl.MI'IlltllYS' KI'RCIFICM,
KIDN'llV niseascs-Ornel, Cnicull: thick
unhealthy dlsehafResj dlftlcult, painful uri
nation, cured by "27,"
URINARY lllfeiues Incontinence, too
freitusnt, painful or scalding urination, wet
ting the- lull, cured by ".10.''
IY.S'i:r.SlA Indigestion, Weak Stornncb
nnd all forms of biliounes are cured by
Ur. Humphreys' Speclllo No. 10.
UHIJl'.MATiHM Acute or Chronic:. Sci
atica, Lumbago, and nil Rheumatic pains
are cured by Dr. Humphreys' Specllla No.
""'MHIJICAIj H004C A copy of Dr. .iittn
phreys' HpeclHc .Manual of all diseases
mulled free on application.
Humphreys' Specifics are sold In small
vl.ils of pleasant pellets, 25c, or pocket flail:
holding sl times as much for Jl.ii). Sold
by druggists, or sent prepaid upon receipt
of .price. IIUMI'IIHHYS' MliniClNi:
company, corner William ami John sts.,
SIX DAYS OF TUMBLING REDUCTIONS !
OUti SHRHAVD and energetic bargain-buyer is ever wakeful in the hunt for the sate winning products that build for us a great nnd
growing business. To him you can accredit the cereal opportunities ol the week which are directed in the interests of those who
appreciate a good tiling when chance pliccs it Within their reaclb A good thing does not mean the shoddy weaklings no often
advertised by different dealers as bargains. It'3 the good and desirable tilings we always have in store for you that make our house n
looked for place. You are not disappointed whes you call in answer to our announcements, but cncouraccd with the truf ifullv forceful
impression that nt our store your interests are (lways properly and well served. The remarkable values for the week will involve
surprises even more pleasing than you tould hav wished them to be. What a Bnug sum you can pocket as your share of the profit from
tne purcnases you mane quring
OUE GREAT MONET-SAVIFG SPRING SALES
Si "A ;l
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Ktil -f"Svr. . s:. . 'I -'- '-- ''I M-
rlisrj" "W 1IB
Hdmlnlstratton. Hut tt appears that the
general has been reported to the presi
dent ns not wildly In fnvor of the ad
ministration's Ilnanclnl plan. Soon
after this the general was called to
Washington on business. Of, course
something was wrong with his accounts.
Then he had a talk with the president.
Theio was much deslie to le.irn what
transpired, but the geneial did not care
to see ,thu members of the press. It Is
s.ild that the dose administered by the
piosldent to General Hl.iek had some
effect, but what It will be remains to
develop. It Is supposed, however,, that
the general will be very busy during all
this agltnllon liii Illinois leading up to
the convention 6f June 1.
MISS LEITER WEDS TO-MORROW
'I he H.iiiRliter of tlio Chle.ign Millionaire
Will .Marry Hcin. eori;e iitlian T.
Curson, M. 1.
Washington,, April 20. The wedding
next Monday noon of Hon. George Na
than T. Curson, member of the Hrltlsh
parliament and Miss Mary Loiter,
daughter of L. '.. Lelter. formerly of
Chicago, and now of Washington, will
be one of the most brilliant social events
the national capital has ever seen. The
ceremony will be perfoimed nt St.
John's Hplscopal church, followed by a
wedding breakfast at the I.elter resi
dence on the Uupont cltcle. Among the
guests will be, Mrs. Cleveland, who Is an
lntlmnte friend qt the bride; the entire
cabinet ciicie ami many of, the foreign
ambassadors and ministers stationed
here. Governor Morton, of New Yoik,
aeeomp.inieu uy his lnmny, will also
come to Washington for the occasion.
Large paitlea of guests from Uoston,
New Yoik, Chicago and elsewhere, in
cluding Hlshop and Mrs. Totter and
lllshop ami Mrs. Cox, of New York;
lion, ltobert Lincoln, of Chicago, and
Mrs. Frederick Vanderbllt, of New York,
will be pusent. The ceremony will be
performed by Hlshop Talbot, nsslsted by
the Itev. Ur. Mackay Smith. Tlio brtdes
mald.i will b the bilde'a two sisters,
Misses Nannie npd Daisy Letter. Lord
Leamington will tervo as best man. Tho
groom wll also bo nttended by his
brother, Frank Curson. The groom has
presented the bride a diamond brooch,
Which will bq tho only Jewel worn by
her at the wedding, Abide from thq
presence of olllclals and diplomats,
there will be a picturesque touch to the
event by the costumes of those In tho
Wedding procession, the bridesmaids
wearing largo pink mull hats and pink
gowns and carrying pink loses. Tho
$16.50 Values Ti
S2L00 Values Ti
BOO Values Ti
$30.00 Values Ti
$35.00 Values Ti
82.00 Values Ti
$50.00 Values Ti
$65.00 Values Ti
$75.00 Values Ti
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town lo . . . .
)own lo . . . ,
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. . $ 9.15
. . 12.85
. . 10.50
. . 19.75
. . 22.40
. . 27.50
. . 32.00
. . 4-7.50
. . 51.00
QUALITY OUR FIRST AIM AND LOWEST OF LOW PRICES OUR NEXT,
w ... . ra.r
1JVI.Y-C" rf? a r . i0,
ro - wtr jj
Good Ware, Neat
LOW PRICES and GOOD GOODS the VIRTUES THAT BUILD UP OUR BUSINESS.
,:i J Jrf r t7$-r:ro5r
. f i-3( ! fcrri'- rrZn
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An Awful Tumble on
These are nol common var
nished and poorly jointed affairs,
but the best of highly polished and
excellent cabinet work.
Tumbled to. .
Tumbled to. .
Tumbled to. . ,
Tumbled to. .
Tumbled to . . ,
Tumbled to. .
Tumbled to. .
zztt- .i'i ;;7'
'VJi-V tiZ!h. (J!
. i '1 'i-J?'J
I'M nn.".K.ss. .
ii uliu uar C3bt
the Very Best.
10 in Value at
The People s Safe Repository and Market of Economy!
Every Household Want Supplied Under One Roof!
Housekeepers placing their fPikXV PAYMENTS f
accounts with us can pay same on &w i r rv. iwibiv w
anss maiiy i.niTnn.
ment. Then cvcrj'thlnff was Greased.
Tho messenger nt tho Uoor threw H19
door wldo open by tho time ho wnu
within twenty feet of the door. Tlio
chief of tho bureau was nil smiles and
acted Just like he hud been u school
mate of the attorney from Wisconsin.
Thera was no troublo with the Imslnebs
at all. That very day everything was
adjusted nnd tho department clerks
loved tho olllclal from Wlscpnsln.
It will probably be pronounced ver'
little business for the president to black
list olllctaU of the government u tills
fashion. To annoy and persecute them
and, force them Into supporting the ad
ministration may bo Just a llttlp rank,
but thl3 Is tho game of the day, The
president Is not a reading man ov any
thing else; he looks after men and ad
justs them to look after his Interests,
The blacklist is being made out all oyer
tho country, Any olllclal who Is report
ed as not .supporting the administration
ts to bo spotted. If uu olllclal cannot ba
managed lu this way he 13 to be dis
graced by departmental technicalities
ud removed from olllce. This ts the
plan decided upon and It Is being carried
It is even claimed that a Chinese In
spector in Rairqrna. has. been ousted
because he was lieaid to say something
against tho administration's llnauclal
aenej-al John C. Hlack, United State?
attorney for the Northern district of
Illlonls, Is iii very hot water, lie lias
been Inclined to bo friendly to silver.
and lb known to be looking out for
himself In nplitlcat matters. 116 Is still
tn the pojitlcal business Jn Illinois and
bence la not ruahlnf Into pilrit for the
pride will wear ytilte satin nnd Inco
and will carry white orchids, Tho
trouseatl wa.i gotten In i;ngl,iud,
Mr. and Mrs. Curson will sail on the
Majestic shoitly after the ceremony,
traveling lu IJmope and then going to
the groom's London houso while parlia
ment continues lu HijbMim, afterward
settling at his countiy pl.iee, Kedlestou
hall, Derbyshire. It Is not yet certain
whether tiey will lench London In tmo
for tho queen's ast drawing ioom,whIch
closes the London season.
Air. Curson has been the member for
Southpart, Lancashire, since HiC. and lu
1830 served as under becretary for India,
tie has traveled extensively In the far
j.'ast, liming lecently returned from a
visit to tho ameer of Afghanistan, and
has written several books on the Orient.
The lioyal Ilaklng Powder Is the purest
and strongest baiting pouder made, and
has received the highest award ut all the
greut inteinatlunai ami utute fairs wber.
eer exhibited lu competition with others.
Via (lie Sllsnuurl.l'uclllu Hallway,
Notice the territory to wfilph excursion
tickets are. sold: 'fa .points in Arkansas,
Colorado, Idaho, Indian Territory, Kansas,
Louisiana.. Nebraska, Now Mexloo, OkUj
huniu, South lUnota, Texas, .Wyoming and,
Utah. Itoupd trip excursion tickets wilUm
sold on TuMftday.j.Aprll 3. .with a llnl
limit nt twentv davit. Hate .ona recular
standard faro plus U. Minimum selling
rate, JJ. I'atronlze the Missouri I'aclflc.
Call for tickets and all information at IMS
Union avenue, or SCO Main ttroat.
', .,,, , K, a. JEWETT.
I'isseiiecr tnH Ticket Agent.
3LiBA.IDE3R,S OF LOW PRICES.
Jackkuii I.ltiiU ,SirluK Water.
You can gt ten gallons of Jackson I.lth.
la (ipriiib's Water, delivered at your lionw
anywhere In Kansas City, -Mo., for Jl, or
at your home lu Kansas CI I v. K'aa.. for
Jl.lJ. Why do on pay from ten to ilftien
times as much for other Lltlila waters,
Htitni many physicians say there Is none
better on the market than the Jackson
j.llhla? We require SI.7J iIcpojIi to guuraiii
tee thu return of can and faucu within
sixty dais, but will send for the same und
return the Jl.75 upon receipt of notice, at
room 506 .New England building, or by telt
ephone 1162. that the can is empty. This
water remains pure far an Indefinite time,
'e ship It In cans to many places In other
"" JACKSON LITIIIA SI'WNGS CO.,
600 New England building.
Latest and best selling hooks, panerv and
magazines at U. Click's pe.w location.
Forest 1IIII U the new. modern lawp ceme
tery; contains 3-4 acres. lias established
a fund for perpetual maintenance. Has
built ut great cost the Hnest public receiv
ing vault In tha West, of 1'huenlx trranlte.
with filslity, oataepmbs, . For traospartaj
ion ana an iniurjuuuou, couiuiun.caLt! wim
new xoru L.ue
I (ton and all Information, c
I GeotBe- Law. secretary,
I buiidTni. Telcohont nit.
WILL BUILD0N THE LOTS.
Ducks bi'ituu Iiitott Jit' ivllr lu Property
ou !.dia Ai'iiue (Mhor Sales of
Ilucke & Sexton, builders and con
tractors, closed a deal yesterday morn
ing by which they came Into possession
of lots 1, 3. . 5, G. 7, 8. , 10. 12 and 13, In
block 5, of Hall's hill. Tho tract con
sists of 550 front feet on Lydia avenue
between Twenty-third and Twenty
fourth streets, lie fore Us sale It was
part of the property owned by W.
Ewlng Hall, Ha was the seller. The
consideration was 522,000. Hucko &
Sexton intend to pave the street, grade
the lots and fill tho entire block wt)t
modern houses, with all the Improve,
uiems. They ure led to do th(s because
of tho scarcity of homes which noy pre
vails, They have been qu(to successful
In building. blocks of homes similar to
those- they Intend to put ,up how. Many
of the modern brick houses at twenty
third. Twenty-fourth and, Twenty.ftfth
streets and Troost, Forest and, Tracy
avenues are. their workmapshjp.
T. II. Riddle made two sales yester
day: The eight room frame house. No.
OJi! Wabash nvenue, with fifty feet of
ground, to Daniel Powell, for Mr.
nnd Mrs. Wendell Crawford, for 3,000
cash, and tha seven room frame house,
No. 1G2S Park avenue, with twenty-ilvo
feet of ground, to Mrs, Minnie Mlkesell
for Sylvester H. Clevlnger. for $2,C0Q.
Tho Mechanics' Itealty Company sold
to J. J, Shepard yesterday the modern
brick jesldence, No. 227 .'Wood worth av
enue, with a lot 40x110 feet, for 3,750.
O. S. King sold for the New England
Loan nnd Trust Company tho eight
room brick house, No. 110S Cherry street,
for 5,000. x
Inreiullurlei ut Itiildnln.
Baldwin, Km., April i0. (Special.) About
4:30 a. in. the barn of Mr. A, Uaiber, rented
by Newton & Stewart, nu, burned. Tho
lite was beyond control bufora It was dis
covered. Three bead of horses were
burned and a new wagonette, feed, horses,
etc. The barn was insured for J2-M and
tho stock and wagons for $7&t. There Is
no doubt that It was of Incendiary origin.
There have been live cases of this kind In
the last live years. It Is expected that tho
authorities will offer a reward for the ar
rest of tha guilty persons.. Nwton,& Stew
art were burned out about a year ago.
CVDUII IO rrlniury, gocondarr or Ter
01 fHILIo tif'ioMxrvi'j
can ba treated at bomo for the fcamu iiilco uuaeriame
cuuruuir. If you prefer 10 como here wu will coa
nut to ij rUro;ia tua aud hotel blUs, ud no
chargo, If wo fall to cure. It you hue. taken nier-i-ury,
lodldo po"au and ttUl haia aehca wut
Jalnj, liucoui VatcUn In mouth, Mar Throat,
'loiplea, Cupper t'ularcti MpoU, Vlcer on
ttur fart of tho body, Half ur K) rurott a rulllMtf
out, 11 la tula atyiihlllllo lil.UUU X'U1IIU.V
tliat wo suarautco to cum. We toliclt tha most
ob.tluule uMcaawl chullenac Ilia world for
a cute we cuno( rure. bypath baa .awaya
bullied the aklll of the moat cuilaena pby.l
cluua. auOMOUcaplud behind ciuruncooil!Uuuat
guurauty. Abaalutu proora aout Kealcd oa apiu
calluu. Addrusa CUU1C IlKUUir CO., JIUT
MiiiobIo Taqiple, f'MKIAftO. II.I...
A pue antiseptic,
Soap for daily use,
Prugglats sell It.
Bduare of tinltatlona.
A book on Dermatol
ogy with every cake.
. twir,. JJ
I'nncjr Sllk now lUc yanl, worth 25c.
;J5c mines natv arm yanl. Klcgaiit
stylo, formerly $1.25 ami SI.JVJ, now
Wool Drees Hoods, l nml $-' pattern,
formerly ?'-' nnd 9,i pattern.
All Wool Dress Goods, colors and
black, 05c nnd otic, formerly GOt and
Ilcmnnnta Wool Dres Goods, half
Wash Dress Goods, now styles, 5c, 7c,
IOC Vic, 15c.
White Goods, 3c to 25c yard.
Ladles' Silk Uinhrcllas, SI, worth
Beautiful Handkerchiefs, formerly
25c, U5c and 5Uc, now 2 for 25c
Graham's Flno Toilet Soaps Orchids
Flower, Juanlto, Sandal, Princess, nil
Cocoamit Oil Soap, 15c dozen cakes.
Corsets (2i to 30), 50c ralucs now
Ladles' Fast Black, Tan and Fancy
Hose, good rallies 10c, 15c, l'Jc and 25c
Gents' Spring and Snnimer Under
wear, great values 23c 3'Jc 50c gar
ment. Gents' -Night Shirts, 75c lormerly $1
Gonts Fancy Shirts, 25c, 35c, 50c
Gents' nnlfllosc, all kinds, 5c to 50c
Ladles' Gnuzo Vest's. Gc to 50c
Ladles' Silk Vests, 50c to $1.
Ladles' Jorscy Ribbed Union Snlts,
good values, 25u to $1 suit.
.White Spreads, SI quality now 85c
Si-so quality now SI. is.
Kitra gnncl Tnllir In TitbU X.!nn, Jfap
klu Tuwrlhif;ii, Miretlnga und Luoa Cur
taliin. Ulall or.lrri. with rafh, promptly Mod
H. E. ROLL,
IQlii and Walnut Streets.
Popular Low Price Grocer,
637-639 MAIN ST.
Quality solid quality at the lowest price
obtainable Is rospoiiblblo for the larno
trade nt tills Htore. It la Impossible! to bo
dlsappolntnl bore, for every article Is Kiiar
nnteeil absolutely anil entirely uatlsfuctory.
With ewrythlntr to piUn und noililni; 10
lose wouldn't It pay you to irlvo um that
trial order to-morrow'
Itli.UJ THE PIIICES:
10 cases I. Ion Coffo.', IS centa packaRe.
10 tierces Tamils- Iiird, 20 lb for Jl.
, cases asborted sizes of Armour's Whlta
Ix-af I-trrl, 10 lb pall for II; & lbs for GO
cents, a lbs for 30 cents.
a sit;giai, omru
In prices for Monday only on the Hour
i.tuX) lbs Golden Weddlnit, JI.C5 per cwt,
10.0W lbs ilelt Ilne lilgh patent, ILSO per
r,,C0 lhs Williams' patent, Jt.C0 per cwt-
l.toi) lbs Str.vli:ht Grade, 11.23.
l.inw Knnilly Klour, fl por cut.
HlShest grade of Teas dcliuloua In tha
1'.. chests Uncolored Japan, 55 cents lb.
." cheMs heavy rollcil Imperial, cents lb.
fu chests line Ounjowiler, 23 cents lb.
fj. chests KiikII.sIi lirealtfaat. i5 cents lb.
4'1 ch.'sts Dolour, 15 cents lb.
25 chests Tea Dust, 2 lbs 15 cents.
G lbs Our Miiccl.il Mix. JI.W.
Ixiwer thnn anynhcro und as eood aj can
Java and Mocha, 30a lb; J!5 lbs, tU
our iiienu, 1111., ji.
Oholeo ltlo, 5 lb? , lb
.Mexican. 1 lbs,, 11.
Colden Sintos. Z) cents lb.
tlolden l'cabcrry. SO centi lb.
r. cans 1-lb Oysters, 23 cents.
3 e.ina 2-11. Oysters, 2,1 cents.
.1 cans Columbia Itlver Salmon, 25 cents.
7 boxes b..s-t Oil Birdlncs, 25 cents.
2 cans California Yellow Peaches, 25 cents.
2 cans California Cherries, 25 cents.
. cans Maiden brand Green (laces, -3
2 cms Muscat Grapes, 25 cents.
2 cans llirtlett Tears, 23 cents.
3 cana Waitoner'a High Grade Pine Ap
ples, 23 cents.
Halted lleans, 10 can.
HaUed, lleans In Tomato Sauce, 15o can.
2 cans lilack llaspberrles, 15c.
2 cans Sttaivberrles, 15c.
2 cans Gooschcrrles, 15o,
2 cans lll.ickberrles, Ifc.
4 cans I'otted Ham or Toncue, 25c.
1 cans l)eiled Ham or Tongue, 23i:.
Corn lleef. 10c can.
lobsters, 20c can.
ltlehard & ltobluson Meats, 25c cart.
Underwood's Meats, 25c can.
AN'OTIIIIU MONDAY Bl'KCIAU
W barrels pure Sorghum, country. inaJe,
13c a gallon.
2 packages Scotch Oats, 15c.
10 lbs ltolled bulk Oats, 25o
5 lbs naking Soda, 23c.
7 lbs Lump Starch, 25c.
0 lbs Tearl Tapioca, 25c.
6 lbs l'oarl barley. 23c.
Star Tobacco, 40a lb.
7 lbs Split or Green Teas, 23e.
1 lb of Ifargaln 1'liiB Tobacco. 15a.
llaker's Premium Chocolate, t3o lb.
7 cakes Sweet Chocolate, 23c.
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