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HP" 9 .1.1 "111 J JP"JJJUB!" THE DAILY CITIZEN,' ALBl'Ql KHyl K, OCT. 1H, 18l iiy instructions from Chaw & Sanburo we are authorized to sell Iava and Mocha Coffee at the olio in g pricea: 45-cem coffee at. .,40 cents. 40-cent coffee at. , .35 cents. 35-cent coffee at, , .30 cents. 30-cent coffee at. , . 25 cents. S-cent coffee at. ,.30 cents. ED. IIOUTWER 114 1. Railroad if., ilboqcerqna, I. L MONEY 10 LOAN On pUnoi, first-class fnrnitru-e, etc, without removal. Aim on diamond, waton. Jewelry, Ufa Insurance poll elm. Trout deeds or any good moot Ity. Terms vwt moderate. 11. SIMPSON. 100 Booth Bemad street, Albuquer que, New Meilon, next door to nest era Cnlon Telegraph oflloe. B. A. HLEYSTEtt. IE1L EST1TK. K0T1BT PCBLIC Automatic- Telephone No. 174. BOOMS II A 14 CROUWKLL BLOCK fur to cent dim. lift youi thirl lauodriad Aod bom oo tint. At tfes Alosqaerais Steam Lainlry, Ohm Goal ava, m4 amaaa JAT A. HUBBS, It CO. AXJIUQUEKQUE FISH MARKET. Headquarters for Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in season. . . Freeh FUn and Dressed Poultry. 206 and 208 South Second Street CALL AT THB PEOPLE'S STORE. (HIOULAND BUILDINO.) PKESH GROCERIES. FRUITS. VEGETABLES J. A. SKINNER. Low Price and CourUou Treatment. J. STARKEL. Painter and Paper Hanger, OKDEK3 SOLICITED. 209 EAST RAILROAD AVE. The Albemarle House, 1. M. SMITH, PaoraiiToa. The House lies lnet been Renovated and Newly r unilHhwl. First class bedsand airy rooms. Splendid loom for light housekeeping. SI9 GOLD AVE. L. H. SHOEMAKER. 205 Vat Gold A venue out to Pint National Bank. lei and Second Hand Farnlture, STOVIS AID BOUIIHOLB COODS. Repairing Specialty. Furniture stored and parked fur ship ment. Highest prices paid fur second baud houxeliold good. 188S 1898 Bole Affent Cm! no tad (ro brand Cumed F.G.Pratt&Co lliood. DIALS IN STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES 214 S. Second St Blll.bora Crvamerr Hutter brM 00 hartb. Oder Solicited frre Uellvwy. CITY NEWS. I fcv got lb bl e eatcl-r I tow 1 lr yam want wmm huh or tnsormno. Mil a RAM KIM, ttouui W, M. T. Aruiljo ballU- '" m Ilfeld's removal sale. Cut flowers. Ivee, florist. Lamp and trimmera. Whitney Co. Copper and tin work. Whitney Co. Picture frames made to order. Whlt ny Co. Btove repairs for any store made. Wtiiluey Co. Merchants' lunch erery morning at the While Klepbant. Ladle' hosiery almost given away, at B. llfeld A Co.'. Nut loaf. Something new. Try It Delauey's Candy Kltcheu. Clyde Chalk and J. L. Woodlew are at the Kuropeaa from H luslow. We will furnish your house oo the In stallment plan. W uiluey Co. Ladles' military and walking hate, lu all the new ahade, bueenwald Bros. Curtains, rugs and matting. May A Faber, 116 Gold avenue, neit to Cm.KN Ladies' Goodyear welt fine shoes al ti.uo at the (ireeu Front. Win. Chap lin. Hard coal now la the time to get It. llatiu Ac Co.' Csrrilloe coal yard 1 the place. Freah vegetables, fruits In season poultry and staple groceries, at Bell A Co.', rMooud street. Free samples of Allen' "Foot Kaae." Call and get one at treo. C. Uatueley & Co s, Unliable bhoe Ui-alers. Ladles' kid glove, at all prices. In all shades. Our gloves at tl : and upwaid are guaranteed. Uoaeuwald bros. J. M. Moore, real estate, Insurance, loans, manager Aiuuguergus AbHtract Co. New phone, U2. lil Houth 2ud street Children's, youths' and boys' suits, at a great saving to you. 1 he largest a-ort iiieut In town to select from lloxeuwald Bros. King up the New Mexico Collection Agency (Automatic telephone 4'.i.'), and tell us about that tough account you waui collected. Our entire new line of capes, Jackets aud ladies' tailor-made suits at a reduc tion of go to 60 per cent ou account of removal. Uoldeu Kule Dry Goods Com pany. Do yon remember that cold Sunday at the begluulug of last w tutor when you had visitor and had no hard coal to tart yuur base turner? Let ua stock you up now. llahn A Co. Mrs. (. L. fthatturk, the well-known dressmaker, deslrse to luform her cus tomers aud possible new patrons that she ml I DECEIVE FKKSII TIIH MOUSING: Spare nibs Viinnji Veal Ilticks firn lers Spring Liinib HI I KM 1 Satifnge Hraln Karnes Mutton i nmig Turkeys I lllol ("IIS Ilea I ( Inie I.- her Km, diet so. Pineapple Kdam Brick I.lnituiru Oi rm-n Hand le Brie Ni'iifiirlint-I ('"!. ( rt'Hin S ip Ssgo Imp. Bernese Swiss lii'in I Hriiji n Swiss Devilled SAN JOSE MARKET ha rumored from tie N. T. ArmiJ building to room Z, "I lie Kooevoll," up the street, where she Hill l plca-c 1 u receive theui. v hy pay 80 cents for a t'. ml of or dlnary butler when you call tuy tin Celetiraled ,imt'.n butter j ,r Zo cent if this does not equal ili' finest artlcli- to lie had auywhele we will return your money. 1iik.Ma7K. J. 8. Neleon & 8on.s' Nil 'h, tHerlttily mwle railroad and Hliopin ii, Mtdn u. wear and at tti hhiiwi liu.e l(k well f l 50, 3 and ;4 50 a plr. i. ('. (rauiH ley A Lu., Lurireel blioe UckIith, VSl aolilh Second atreel. Our arwortmeut of I ulie' xllk and relvet WaleU la ao f.ir a i"wl of iiuvlluiu ever shown In tliU rity tli.tt 11 iicimIh 110 comment ou our part, itowuwald Broa. Now Is tlie erceptiHl time, now la tli day of preratillon. (iet Mi l keep on haml a Kod supply of t'errlilon liar,! and soft coal for the winter. Ilulin t Co. J. P. MeKailve in, who formrlr con ducted the Midland hotel oife, left till- niorniuR for Homrro. Hie wit la etaik at t!is VWmlaor hotel of t at rlty. Kr Rent A tfir. r-Him fitrnl"hel lionxe, centrally licat'-d linMlre et 2 '".i nn rijeraa avenue, botwei ti tuvi inl n 1 "t third etreetit. Kit. L. V.ilUr, atloriioy, im a p aeuger for .Hocirro on l-tful ui'ittxra tlil mornlnf. He will return t ) the city Urn eveulnff. Ths New Ui'iU'n Oollc'.lun aeney, it' Ore ever Kox'a Jiwelry store, rh trgx nothing aiileas the ucooimt Is collected New bright millinery at money sttvltiE prices, why not put ua down on your anopping iietr iiik xa.k Are yon nervotm? If ho, have a pulr f runnrr neeia put on your siioeu ty Hit, t Uatualey & Co., Kt h .b e Mine )alera. Money to loan in eumx to Miiit an ar ornvi'd real eetate. It. i. It. Hiyan, Kirt atloual bank building. Bring your mag -ixlna and nnnlc toTiiK Cm.KN clll'e ami have them ueutly oonna in none rorm. New reds and army liluea In dreye givHla are ths lati at. Hee the new things at B. llfeld & Co.'. Wanted To lneHt money as partner In soma wrt huHineas. Aditrraa II. K., Citizen office. For Hale A lady's elds aad'lle In goni' eondltlon; price reasonable. Address T, Cm.KN otlice. Bee that Hue all wool flannel The Maze Is offering for 30 rents. Nothing like It Id town. Allen's Foot Kiee, arc a box, at fleo. C. Oalnsley A Co'a, HelUble Shoe dealers. The only p'ars in town to get home mad tallli'S is at IMa'iej 'a. lira. Krengel will take no orders after Not. 1. Fine china and glaasware. Whitney Co. Visit Ilfeld's removal sale, for liurgitliH. Pianos for rent. Whitney Co. Plant. Ivee, florist. Htove pipe.. Klbows Pipe collars. Knatuelln .. I5c . .10c and L'i'c He r The Ma.k. Gallon RANKIN fir rel ratal or lu araooa. Koom U, N. T. Armlju ballillu. W. MESSELDKN, President. W. R. WHITNEY. Vlce-Prealdent. J. C. I LOIIRNOY, Sec. A Trea. WMtney Compaiy. 4 MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION. OFFICE AM) SALESROOMS, 217019 South Second Street. VORK5MO.'S and HEAVY HARDWARE, 115-117 South I Irat Street A Sail if tin: lak(ji:st t oi.lkction of the Latest Novelties ! Si:i,f(T Good Honest 'n si: our Dcrartaents is what we Novelty Silks In d e-sand vtal-t pa'terni, In the liilt'ii I'ffi'C s anil r-1 1 tt I '. In Mtli", iliiU, c ei-ki end br -riiib'i, fioui r ie to t..vi a Mird iimiiiM'ly th iiiol I fit nt 1 f 1 1 1 Se ect on of ,s ki pver rhoW . Ill tli s city. Ili'iu iiiImt me save you 2.1 per ct-nt. Noveltf Dress Goods In Wo 1 and Cotton Mixtures, ell wo I ami ool and MIX mix I n 1 e from : to l "" a i l. ll.e v.oy Now nt lu Hue lire s I' t erii', o..ly rue of a kunl. See th lu. TafiitA S.lks ill I luck, w hile, ill t e f t;ii'e mid lu thi vi ry ih-w el sIuhIm ext 11 w ile ami extra iiual ty, tl a nnl. ROSENWALD BROS. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Ibwe cnnlpatiy No. 2 will hold a meet ing tills eveuiug. W. L. Trimble, whi was here sick with a slight attack of malarial fever, lias re timed to Ins contract duties In the Co chin district. M. F. Meyers, member of the restau rant tlnu of Bletcher A Meyers at the Al- fHMiiarle mine, ( ochlll district. Is In the city to-day, stopping at Hturges' Kuro peau. J. II. O'Klelly left last night on a trip over the S.mta Ke Pacltlc. lis Is a mi ni tier of the whulesale drug Unit of J. H. o'Kli lly A Co., aud took along with him 'iimples. (i W. Smith, superintends! t of inolive ofter of the Santa h e I'aciUc. who was 111 California on busiUHas. returned to the rlty ou the delayed passenger traiu lest night. The llehirra will give a dance and oil per at the Orchestrlou hall to-morrow sv. uiiig. Four street cr tickets, supper r two ami ilauclng to jour hearts' roil t lit, all for the price of one dollar. V . II. Ili-rlnger, a faithful rruiposltor on Tiik CirKN, has received an uppniut merit .f a situation In ths government ormliiig 1 Dice at Washington, and tie -xpectH in leave for his new position lu i short time. M irk B. Wlllliuus, representing Milton 1' Johnson A Co., nianufscturi'ig eta 'ioiiers nnd lilhographerH, NewYoik, In -lofiplng at the liraml Central. He Is Interviewing the banks as to orders for lithographing. Oeorge Devlne and Frank Nichols were arrested at the depot last night for stealing a pair of blankets from some nerts bojs. They appeand before Jus ties Crawford this morning and were given thirty days apiece lu the count) Jail. Capt. Pagsdule and eon, who rame hi r a few weeks ago from liopklusvllle, Ky , are particular friends of Col A. A. Tilm lle, vice president and niauager of the street railway. The raptalu Is In ex treniely bail health, but reports hiiiielf -omeahal Improved since erriving in this city. JmUon l.athrop will soon have an arti ficial leg. lis was the fireman, umbr Kng'neer Workman, who was In the traiu hold up at Grants soma uiontfo ago, and was shot In the leg, which necessitated the iimputr.tton of the ill jured limb. He left fur Kansas City last night, and on Ms return he will alum his friends how well he can navigate with a rork leg. B. Brooks, assistant superintendent of Western I niou Telegraph company at Denver; K. K. Kianlon, superintendent of construction for the eatue big corpn. ration, with headquarters at Topeka; C G. Hholes, superintendent of telegraph ol the Hanta Fa ratlwav at Tnneka. ami x L. Conrad, the Santa Fe traveling audi-1 SOLE AGENTS FOR ('ole's AVondtilul Air Tirht Stoves 'Tor Wood or Coal' (iuaraiitc((l to fiv 10 jkt ( ( lit more icat With 25 percent less Fuel than any other Stove made. fiBJ3EJ Ve are unpacking Da ly Few Goods in our Furniture De paitment. Th: assortment in unsurpassed 25 Psr Ce FROM. Roliablo Goods rromise and furthermore shall prove, Black Goods in all the newet wenves of wool en fn in 1.1c. to l 7r a yard in Silks ttniipr: ni; H'l gallii'S, Drap s. Tatlltns. ancy Hr rules, et ., etc., fro.u the cheap nt to (JiXiajard. Ladies' Capes and Jacket.! imiile In th nnt nppr v.mI styles from the clnnpeii tthe le-t. HOW IS THIS? A Fine Clotli Jacket nil Silk Lined Vorth $12.50 at $7.50. t r, are In the city, stopping at the Hotel Highland. Thi y are on a tour of luspec tion, and Mesera Brook ami Keardon will roiitlniH to KI Paso to morrow morning, while Mr. H holes will return 111. rtli this evening. Ile reived nutire this morning that ou account of the enow storm in ham-as, a numlier of tele rah poles were biown dowu lu the rl clnl'y of Kmporla. Judge W. D. Lee was stricken with neuralgia of the heart at his olhVe yester day inori Ing mid was nMlged to be reinored to his home. INK ( ITI.KN I I leased to learn that the venerable ami leepected geiHleinau lias an far rallied f roin the attack as to be able to e it up 1 gain to-day. Kdward M. ('la)ton, who will be tie doctor of the ClaWon household, was rasnenger last night for St L inls, wher. lie will attend Mi lest course of study at the Barnes Medical College. He was ac compariled north as far as HI utroiis by hie father, Her. W. D.CIaytnu. Major A. W. Kankin, as agent for the British American Insurance company. )eaterdsy afterniMin made a sutl-farlori Fntthment with A H. Veyi rs. mhos, stock of liquors wsn dan a ji d in the fir Sunday night. 1 his Is a ricoid breaki 1 for a speedy settlement. W. II. Llles, the big cal'.lenmn of Bo corro roiriiy, who was la k In Kmsss eiih a r iload ofcaitle, reittrned to the ( lt lst nli'ht, being lint here by hli wlfe who r une up from S irorro They reglstend nt Hip Hotel IHihland. BUCKS. Delaine Merinos, French Merinos, ! A Amnrlpon Mnrinnc 9. nuiviiuuil MIUI IIIUO I (it A UK AM) Tlliirlol(illllKKI) Shropshires On liand and for sale by METCALF & STRAUSS, CROMWELL BLOCK. ' Fl We have the largest Stock and Best Assorted Base Burners, Heaters, Steel Ranges and Cooking Stoves The prices and designs of our Carpet Department cannot be equalled. We Keep the Largest Stock of Crockery, Glassware and Lamps. p GOING OUT 10-fflGIT? The famous Make of Clothing that's Guaranteed. SIMON THE RAILROAD MAY k 115 Qol 1 Avenue. Carpets, Matting, Curtains, Portiers, Blankets, Comforters, and Household Linens. We cany tin? most complete nnd best assorted lines of above goods bought at the Lowest point the mar ket has reached th s year and our prices mean a BIG SAVING. It will not take you vcrv long to satisfy yourself that we are giving MORIS STYLE, BETTER QUALITY, MORE VALUE foryour money in CARPETS, CURTAINS, etc., than any other house in this city. Goods left of ILFELD BROS.' Stock still at FIRE SALE PRICES. Mail Orders Solicited. I. Small irnllu an u great many of them Is our ill a of doing biirtlueen. , 20c. Each, lift. Spring Unller Window Similes, :2 Oca Yard, HKST Tiihle (lil t'lolh. Spot Cash Concern, Corner, opposite Postoffice. 1 tiik raiH ll:l houth rir.t Hlrtivt. Twenty-live eteps from Hall road ave nue to No. ICI south Klret etreet. 8ave ymi l'i per rent on all your purchaee. We want your trade, and are willing to pay for It. by taking Uu per cent letw tlmu uny other store ran aftord to take. V huve juxt received and have on Bale at regular eeitern prleee: Aipie purers Hour blue IliHcnit cutters Keetoon paper llread temrils lilaee waehboards llread boxes Jnpnneee lanterue Citrviiig seU l.ntiip Htovee i hnir Heats Lap boards Cotton mope Lunch boxes Crepe pHper Meat cutters CntTi'P uillU Miiiclnir knives Cracker jars Match safes Coal boils 1'aper napkins I hllilren chairs Spring balances IHiII trunks ' Soup strainers lhiet puns Slaw cutters hinder palls Vegetable sllcers Kilt poachers V liidow rleaners Klower puts aterlng pots HiihketH, hainpr-, oil taukn, trayn, lan- ii rin. iiieeiiMware, glHM-iware and linn dieiUof other things too numerotis to 'iientloti. Tiik Kib. WANTED. Two good tinners for roof wrrk. E. J. Post & Co. Kur hale ( li.-.p. lientle family horse, good side-bar bniigy and hurnene. MHirnllU'ent Hall safe, both burglar and lire proof. 1 do a general eoiiimlsHion, auction and abstract builnees, and can save you money. Urop me a card or imte and I .will call. luijulre 11. 8. Knkiht. or any other night? How a new scarf would give the finishing touch of nestness to th attire I You can have first view of our autumn neckwear pickings this week. Every tempting tie thought of by leading makers in "the bunch," In puffs, four-ln-hanJs, De Joinville, teck or bow, and at littler prices than we at first thought. Clever Shirt and Hosiery showings also now confidently await your verdict. sy.r iw.ii pm a ' 1 'iiwjtiawi, STERN, AVENUE CLOTHIER. FABER, Next to Citizen Office; H ARKIN ha aavaral of th baat raaahw la tha Isrrlt.ir. anil a namlxr of alacaal rv.lil.uoM la tha oily lor la. A complete assortment of ladles' per cale flannelette and woolen wrappers, from boe to 13.60 each. Koeenwald Bros. New stock kid gloves, novelties In neckwear and hosiery Just received at Hidden Kule Dry Hoods Co. The Duplex downallne mattress Is the best. Hold only by Kutrelle. mnri n ..im Always Goods People Want; Prices People Like and Unmatched Values. Mail orders Filled Same Day Re ceived. oril OKRAT HKMdVAL 8AI.K Is now wo in or g'ssH we nave In our store will be sohl at u reilucti hi of fr.mi i to Vi i r cut. frnm f.inmi-p-Our gissls areall uw, boiiyht for this Full and Wluters UiHiues, ami our assort 'ueuts are larger than all the stores in ths city combined. HERE Outing FUoncl B et lavy grades; nice patterns; tmi pieces to select from, yd. . ."So Pcrcal Varl wide, good quality, new styles, yd. 5','c Calicoes Best qualities Prints, light or dark, yd 3','c Muslin Yard Wide 4c Bleached or unbleached. Undcrwcsr I.ttdies' Klbhed Vests, sleeves, crochet neck, fair quality BdU'r an I h-avler Veilings fiO nines, ail Silk V.iillnir. Chen 17c. llledols; colors and Muck, worth soc .lie. U'lderwtar I h I i - Silk and Wool Ves's and lirawers, wjilh, l'Ji 50o Children's Heavy Sesuiltws Black Hose, sizes Bto U'; woith S'ic. pair de ,ajayiiawiMaiiiaMMaaill Tpiapwawii i I m Jy-i.i, A. J. A1ALQY, nnM.nn n Staple and Fancy ill Uil AOKNT FOR OLUH IlOUSr (UNITED GOODS, Nono to Eqiuil, BELL'S SFULXUS CItKAMEKY BUTTER Tli Fanioii". 118 Railroad Avc E- J. POST & CO., HARDWARE. STOVES ! STOVES! STOVES! 1NO. VAN STEEL RANGES. AMERICAN JEWEL BASE BURNERS. WONDER WOOD 1 1 EATERS, th- only genuine, nil others imitations. A full line of Coal and Wood Cook Stoves the Finest assortment of Heating Stoves ever displayed in the Southwest. Repairs promptly furnished for all m ikes of Stoves. Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron work a specialty. Mail orders solicited. 221 West Railroad Avenue. O. BACIIECIII. KS I AIII.'SIIKI) lHMii. Commercial House and Hotel, Will )1. I SAM-: DI.AI.HKS IN LIQUORS, WINES, CIGARS, TOBACCOS General Agents for W. J. L-mp's St. Louis Beer. Outside Orders Promptly Attended to. BACHECHI & GIOMI, I'ROI'KIKTOKS, 107 it 109S)iith First St , AlbiKnrque, N. M. Wood, Coal, Hy, Grain, Alfilii. Etc. L. CLARION, 315 North Third Slnt. All kinds of (iraiii and Ki d, (' al, WihmI and K'liilling. Stwed Wuml, all lengths. tlTKree D'liverr. Tba Varl.rnia. The celebrated verlecope showing the Corbett KnnlmrDiiu (vinteet at I ureon, will be exhlbtteil at Armory b ill, o.'t ill, Nov. 1. 2 and 8. There are Sloturee ou two aud one third inll-e of Im. every detail of the event b-lng clearly shown. The prices are ) ceuti. general admission; reserved seits. To cents and . All persons wishing furnished room and all have rooms to rent are r.'ijn-istnl to eominunlcate with W. C. 1i tmn. Cromwell bl'M'k, olllce with Mutual Automatic Telephone Co. Thonp 4ib. JJLI DRY GOODS COMPANY. REMOVAL SALE. In full blmt an I g si Is Hre beinv mill at ARE SOME SAMl'Li: PRICE Capes and Jackets All Newest (in nil, all at a r1ucti m of 2o t 5(1 per cent from for nor prices, Von will sine f 'inn f .'.h i to fi0 a garment by Inivi ig from m lie member thss are new, and Kino Winter garments. Tailor-made Sui's. Skirts, an I fur Collarettes al same log id' lucti.ui prices. Mens and Boy's Clothing- Larges', Stick of ( I ithi'ig and Furnishing li tods In the cii to select front. We lime more Clo'hi'ii; thin uny Cl'ithiug slorii ri ill" city mil nr prices are a gre it il.-tl les. Special Itedild i u dm i'lg our KiMUovul Pale of'.' i i r ceiit. I o matcliaide p'ics. Voir ni"ii I n k if n'lr prices cau bs inite'iel in clothing and we i) hi lor your trouble iu I'Mikia. jS. Albuquerque, N. M. I. X. L. STEEL RANGES. G. GIOMI. A Long Look Ahead ! When It proves of value Is called "fore sight." It will prove valuable to you to improve the opportunity of our special SII.VKKWARK S.U.K. A cordial invitation Is given to examine our kihhIs and prices. T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweler Watch Inspector. A T. tt & F. R. R. NII1IIT CALL An.wrrrd at any hour. Autiinialic Ttliihon Vn. 4Rrt. MANN'S DKl'li STOKE, 1 17 Kmlroad Avenue. Furnished Rooms FOR RENT With or Without Board in all parts of the Gty. Ki r partlc ra'l on W. C. Ill TMAN, Cromwell Blis-k, ( llli, e u nil Mulinl Autoniat'c Teleiihon Co. Teli-ili(ine 43S. 'TriH'rasttuatlon Is the thief of time" and wl I caiwe you some plumbers' bills if you don't provide an abundant coal surlily before Unit sudden cold snap cuiiies on; Cerrlllo-i bard aud soft coal. Huh ii A Co. Goods almost given away at Ilfeld's removal sale. Agents For STANDARD PATTERN The Most Reliable of All Patterns Made. Sure to Please. uuhi-ard of low prices. Every Dollar's Kid Gljvei Four Bitton Ladies' Kid Gloves rtoe Corse 'i All our W. B. and K. & (1. and oilier styles 75e Skirls Ladies' BUck Skirts. Bayadere ell 'i-!s with f't.mi fl.UO t 'hi'iipr than you can buy the material for liUnkt'i and Comfortt from oii-ts to f o isi reductloa of i" 1'Klt CKNT ou former prices. G jwm l.'iliei' Mnsijn Night downs, y 'k 'i of cln-iter tucks tile. Urawin l.ili.-.' Cambric mid Muslin llriWels, lire;) rillll. IMIlb 'III. di-ries ami feather stitch, loc. an 1 23c. Tb'e Linrn ' s inches wi.lo. all llneu Table I' t'lia-k fjoc. n aaii aniaijeia, in 'ii.irwai nnn Waf-9