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THE ETEKm& TIMES, $TTrESP3LT? mtJrTJST20; 1895.
IT BUT. SAFE
To be without aXIGHT?
these nights, especially it
you are going out of tdwn,
to the seashore or mountains.
They are HERE plenty
of them. Proper styles
proper fabrics--at prpper
prices which jneans the
lowest possible for the qual
ities. New fall DERBYS are
here. All standard blocks,
all fashionable shades and
colors, and the same sterling
qualities that have made ours
the most popular hat store
OUR $3 DERBY
is as fully guaranteed as
any $5.00 one at the ex
ROBINSON, GHERY & CO.,
mil. -J r m Clothes.
I 111 HIIII r AS. Furnishing.
514 Ninth St. N. W.
You have seen many bargains
vith us. The next three days'
ale surpass any.
Boys' Suit, Galatea cloth,
cotton suiting and other
fast colors, made up in
handsome blouse suits,
manufactured to sell at
SI. SO to $2.00. Only 39c,'
Ladies' Black Silk Belts,
made to sell at 50c.
Only 19c. -
1,000 Triple-plated Sugar,
Shells and Butter Knivesv
JNever sold at less than
25c. Only 3c.
Apiece Boys' Box-
pleated Shirt Waists.1
Never sold for less than
25c. Only lie.
1,000 Men's Colored Bor
Good value at 10c. Only
Pair Men's Stainless
Black and Seamless Hose. '
Never sold for less than'
15c Only 7c.
Our Part Wool Double
Blanket, in white and
gray. Never sold for less
than $1. Only 49c
10,000 yards of Dress
Ginghams, worth 12c
yard. Only 3c.
A pair of Lace Pillow
Shams, worth 75c. Only
-A pair of Side Combs,
yard, Bleached Tea Tow
eling, worth 10c yard.
Our extra qualities La
dies' Cloth Cape. Never
sold for less than $2.50.
1,000 Dark Outing
Wrappers. Made to sell
for $1.50. Only 49c
Visit us and.save money. Hun
dreds of articles that you want.
514 Ninth St. N. W.
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Lttuds for Lighthouse.
The Secretary of Uie Interolr has recom
vended to the President that he Issue an
xccutirt order permaoonUyr reserving
lands la Oregon for lighthouse purposes
In connection with the coast light station
o the head-lands near the mouth of the
Vmpq.ua River, Oregon.
CRASHED TQ THE SIDEWALK
Pedestrians Narrowly Escape Death
from a Mass of Falling Iron,
Balcony of ttio Droop Building Gave
TVny and Fell tot lie Unguarded
A gentleman and lady, whoso name could
not be ascertained, tills morning bad a nar
row escape from kerlous Injury, If not in
stant death, while passing on the Inner side
oflhe pavement In front of the new building
belns erected at No. 925 Pennsylvania ave
Until recently pedestrians have been pro
tected from falling stone and iron by a
substantial wooden sbed, but the work was
believed to bo so nearly-approaching com
pletion as to render this precaution unne
cessary. As a consequence those passing up
and down the Avenuo, with their customary
disregard of danger, walk as closely as pos
sible to the building In Uie hope of obtaining
a little protection from the sun.
Shortly after 9 o'clock two men were
working upon the second-story balcony.
The top and bottom supports have been se
curely placed la position. Half of the
hlghl) decorated cast-iron panels bad been
fastened into the framework, being se
cured by rivets. Another secUon, weigh
ing probably 400 pounds, was uprlgbted In
the supports, and one of the Iron workers
was in the act of driving a bolt to hold it,
when the whole mass slipped beyond con
trol, and, falling outward, struck the pave
ment with great force. The heavy iron was
broken Into fragments.
A gentleman and lady were passing at the
time, and only escaped being crushed by
the merest hairbreadth. No undue negli
gence Is attributed to the workmen, as
the accident was regarded as one of those
unavoidable in the construction of every
new building. Whatever degree of condem
nation may attend the maUer belongs to
the contractor for removing the sidewalk
shed before the exterior of the building"
l'CJIIMNG STATION BIDS.
Tliey Were Opened by the Commix
Bids were opened to-day fur the con
struction of the new building at the U
street pumping station. The names of
the bidders and the amount named by
each were as follows?"
Bpein & Co , $24,790; C. Thomas A
Son, $26,885; W. A. Kenimell, $28,858;
J. R. Young, $29,593; J. M. Dunn, $24,000;
Manning & Parsons, $33,600; I). F. Mack
bee, $25,398; C. K. Monroe, $21,997;
George W. Corbett, $25,445.
Bids were also opened for the con
struction of a proposed addition to llrigbt
wood school building as follows: C. Thomas
& Sou, $13,627; W.T. Garrison. $14,183;
George W. Corbett, $12,745; James F.
Levy, $13,500; J. W. King, $15,768; D.
F.. Mockbee, $13,016; A. W. Sweeny,
$13,995; J. M. Dunn, $11,600; C. B.
Monroe, $12,334; J. J. Quinn, $13,489;
J. n.IIowlett, $13,200; W. H. C. Thomp
Will Bo Strictly Knforcod.
The Commissioners issued an order to
day to the police department requiring
that the garbage regulations lie ctricUy
enforced, especially with reterence to the
clause requiring the numbers of premises
to be placed upon alley gates, and alio
that which requires that proper essils
be placed there for the reciption of refuse
and that. the same be made accessible to
the garbage collector.
Lenry "s Officers Deny It.
It was reported last nigtb that a fight
had taken place on the steamer George
Leary as she waR coming up to this city
from Glymont, anil that during the fracas
several negroes were sLot by a drunken ne
gro on board. An investigation made at
police headquarters and among the offi
cers of the Lnary this-morning failed to
reveal any facts connected with the affair,
and it is denied that any trouble took place
on the boat or grounds during the day.
Lafojette l'OBt AiinHcrnry.
The members of Lafayette Post, G. A. R.,
assisted by the auxiliary corps of the W.
R. C, will celebrate the third anniversary
of tbclr organization to-morrow evening.
Past Commander Chambers Will present
the post with a framed portrait of each of
tho past commanders, and the comrades will
honor tho last of the list, Charles F. Benja
min, by presenting him with a silver bowl
Judge Cole Believed.
Judge McComas, shortly before noon to
day, arrived at the city ball and relieved
Judge Cole as presiding Judge of the
summer court. The latter will probably
remain in the city several days before
taking his summer vacation, and Judge
McComas will occupy the bench until Sep
tember. Filed t lie In entory.
The Inventory of the personal estate of the
late Benedict Mllburn, who died July 29,
1885, was filed by his executors to-day.
The money returned is stated at $200, and
debts due the estate amount to $3,761.47.
butrwe have too
many of those fine double-breasted
left to please us. There
fore for a-Jew days we
shall hold a
You'll perhaps not be
lieve us when we say
at less than cost, but it
is true nevertheless.
apiece is the price now.
M; DYREHFORTH & Go., i
621 Penna. Avenue.
UNDER METROPOLITAN HOTEL. X
f . ir-'
Lake People Hope It Win Improve
. v ttie Light Service;
The officials of the Treasury Department
who have direct supervision over the light
houses on tbe Great Lakes and thore also
In charge of the llfe-saylngs station, are
now deeply interested regarding the ob
servations of Secretary Carlisle wbb, a
is well known, is making a lengthy i tour
around the Great- Lakes. Of course, it Is
not claimed that Secretary Carlisle made
this trip for the exprees purpore of looking
Into these questions of ru much importance
to the lake interests, but it is believed to
be a fact, nevertheless, that while on this
journey ho will absorb a good deal of in
formation that be otherwise could not have
secured unless the trip bad been taken.
Whatever else may be said of Secretary
Carlisle, it is conceded by bis political op
ponents, as well as his political supporters,
that be Is a most observant man. The gen
eral opinion Is that his trip will not be given
up entirely to pleasure. If he is able to ee-.
cure tbe information that it Is expected he
will the prospects are that In his annuul rec
ommendations to Congress Mr. Calrlsle will
advise that more money be appropriated
thun has been the case in thepast to Improve
tho benefits derived from the life-saving sta
tions and lighthouses on the great lakes.
It Is pretty generally believed that
Mr. Carlisle, by his trip from Duluth
around Lake Superior and tho other
lakes cast and southeast, will sea the
necessity of a better service, so far as
tbe lighthouse and lifo-savlng stations
are concerned, and that In addition to
this he may also recommend additional
appropriations for a better revenue cut
ter service on the Great Lakes.
HOUSE THIEVES ABE BUSY.
Formers Beiiort Losoh to tbe Wash
Since tbe- arrest several weeks ago of
William Clstcl Grimes, the horre thief, the
residents of the county Immediately sur
rounding Washington aa e suffered Ecvcrel J"
front depredations of that class of robbers,
and a number o f complal nu have been made
to the local police.
Two thefts were reported yesterday after
noon from the section of country surround
ing Georgetown. Henry Braw, who lives at
Cabin John postofficc, on the Conduit road,
was robbed of a gray horse with only one
eye. The thief was seen early In the
morning with the animal on the road to
Mr D.J. Tarlman , who owns a farm near
Vienna, Va , was alio visited by robbers
and a sorrel hone wasftolen.
LAW I'OIXT SETTLED.
Judge Cole Niyn Deedx of TruKt Pre
vent .No Attachment.
A knotty legal point that has heretofore
been impasted upon in the courts of the
District was settled by Judge Cole, at least
temporarily, this morning In Uie case of
Thomas T. Kcane against William M.
Gllson, proprietor of the Hamilton Hotel,
corner Fourteenth and K streets north
Tbcdccislou "as to Uie effect Hint chattel
property, cmcred by a deed of trust, can
be seized under a writ of attachment or
a writ or execution. Some of Mr. Gil
sou'b creditors, a short time ago, attached
for k lit the furniture of the Hamilton
Hotel. This was coered by a previous
deed of trust. Other creditors of the
hotel claimed that the attachment would
not operate, tho died of trust bupcrsedlng
It. Judge Cole held otherwise.
Mnjor Croder Exonerated.
MaJ Enoch II. Crowder, Judge advocate
of the depart mentof the riatte, who was re
cent accused of employing the services of
a Government clerk to do pergonal work
during Government hours, and thin refused
him compensation, has been thoroughly
exonerated of the charge. Investigation
at the War Department developed that there
was not the slightest foundation Tor the
The receipts from internal revenue to
day were $.t37,30yu from customs, $229,
2G9; and miscellaneous, $20,700. The na
tional bank notes received to-day for re
demption amoun'cd to $157,902.
Mr1. Blnicy Hume Again.
District Attorney A. A. Birney, T. W.
Birney , his brother, and narry Hodges, have
returned to their duties at the city ball from
a two weeks fishing excursion at Spring
field, W. Va
Appointed u h Trust ee.
James F. Hood was to-day appointed
trustee of the estate of Antoinette LevezzI,
an alleged lunatic confined at St. Eliza
beth's Before entering upon his duties the
trustee will be required to give a bond for
I'rof. Mooro Will Attend.
Prof. Moore, chief of tbe Weather Bu
reau, accompanied by Profs. Blgclow and
Abbe, will attend the annual meeting of
tbe American Association for tbe Advance
ment of Science, to be held In Springfield,
Mass., beginning September 28. Prof.
Moore will read an address, in which he
will outline the future policy of tbe bu
reau In the matter of scientific investiga
tion. Auditor Baldwin's Reform.
Mr. Ernest P. Baldwin, Auditor of ths
Department, has gone to Burlington, Vt.,
on official business Mr. Baldwin has pre
pared a practical reform in keeping Trees-,
nry accounts with the various customs offi
cers, and Is now putting tbe new system
Two Toothful Offenders.
George America, the boy who with James
Watson is alleged to have committed
wholesale depredations ou carriage lamps
belonging to the Young estate, waa ar
rested to-day by Detectives Weedon and
Home. Watson was sent to Jail for tbe
same offense some time ago.
Complaints I'llliur Tip.
Twenty-two additional complaints against
tbe garbage contractor, filed at the health
office since yesterday morning, were placed
in tbe hands or the inspectors at 8 o'clock
to-day for investigation.
Transfer Liqnor Licenses.
License to retail liquors was transferred
to-day by order of tbe excise boadr to An
dreas Keuland, at No. 634 Second street
One Experience Sufficient.
Mrs. Newed Darling, if I should die
would you get another wife?
Mrs. Newed Do you mean it? "
Newed I swear it. l
Mrs. Newed Ob , you dear, ducksy dar
ling! Why wouldn't you?
Newed Because I know when I've got
enough! Town Topics.
Tbe Campaign of Education.
"Orter be- tbauful you're llv4n' rlowi
Bill." v J
"What fcr?'- - , -
""Well, when I wux young I bad ter
rote when I couldn't read or write, anf
now tbey throw in a eddlcation, wita
every campaign. AtlantaSCoMtiWUoa-
MB. CABUSLE'S TRIP.
PURCHASED THE 'FLOORING
Thorp asd Bond Awaken taa Sense
TUey Instruct. Their Foreman on tho
Foatoffice to Provide All Season
Superintendent of Construction Kinsey
and The Times have gained their point,
and Messrs. Thorp ft Bond bave weakened.
A few days agotBirperioiendcnt Kinsey
wrote a strong letter" to tbe contractors
demanding that they take Immediate steps
to provide for the tsafety of tbe men
at work on the city postofficc building.
Messrs, Thorp & Bond bad previously
refused to take any i such precautionary
measures, as reported in Tbe Times, hold
ing that it was the) Government's duty
and not theirs to takeithe steps suggested.
Evidently, seeing, the fight which was
being waged against lbem on account of
tbe stand they had -taken, and not wishing
to Incur further popular disfavor, they
to-day directed their foreman, Mr. Wodrlg,
to take every precaution and buy all tbe
additional lumber which Is necessary for
tbe safety of the men.
The foreman, with that end In view, to
day purchased 8,000 additional feet of
timber, and more will be gotten by him
Mr. Thorp was expected at tbe building
to-day; but op to a late hour this after
noon he had nut arrived In tbe city.
ADMIRAL KIBKLAND'S HEPOnT.
Department Officials Beply to Cer
The statement that Rear Admiral Kirk
land bad cast serious reflections on the
integrity of American missionaries in
Turkey, which called forth an answer from
tbe editor of the Presbyterian Banner, Is
said In official circles to be not sustained
by tbe facts
Admiral Elrkland's report on the result
of his investigation Into the alleged out
rages on American missionaries hi Syria
contains nothing that could be construed
as offensive by missionaries or other par
The result of tbe hneetigatlon.aa shown
by th") reiwrt, was a failure to discover an
information tending to surtaln the charges
that Christians had been crucified 'and
otherwise ill treated.
Admiral Klrklaml Mslfnl evory acces
sible port on the Syrian coast in tbo crulter
San Francisco, and mads a very thorough
Inquiry into all the complaints. At each
port holnitedon board the vessel the local
authorities and all persons wbo had charges
to mako or testimony to give. Not one
who cuius In resiioiiec to the Invitation
could give direct evidence of the alleged
outrages and the hearsay evidence was of
so flimsy a character that It was Impossi
ble to follow It up and obtain statements
from persons who claimed to bave wit
nessed 111 treatment of Christians.
EMBEZZLED C1IUKCH FUNDS.
Yet Be Wiih Quiet, UnontontiitloaM,
il lid Kxomptury--.
Philadelphia, Aug. 20. After having
b?en for many jearu the trusted treasurer
of the Protestant Episcopal Church of
the Annunciation, Oeorne W. Terry was
yesterday committed to'eprison In de
fault! of $1,000 ball, charged with cm
buzllng the funds! of Hit: 'church.
Ile basbeenuuderauspfcKHUInce January
last, when three smalt sums amounting to
$31 were discovered to' have been ap
propriated by hu.K, Sinci! that time an
examination of the biota has revealed
shortages aggregating over 51,700, and
the vestrymen are .not sure that the- full
amount of Terry's mbezzleraent has been
The warrant for the accused treasurer's
arrest was sworn ontiby Albert 11 Eaton,
the chairman of -the vestrymen. It is
believed Terry's peculations date back
as far as 188S. So tarns la known he has
been , living a quiet, unostentatious life
with his family.
SUSPECTS HAVE FLED.
Superior Stirred Up by tbo Sturk
Wis., says: The face that tbe special grand
jury to-day begins Its probing into the al
leged -misdoings of Rev. Charles Stark
weather, the impeached and deposed mayor
of this city, and incidentally into the con
duct of other ex-sffice holders, has caused
an exodus from this city.
During Uie past two days no less than
twenty people, some of them men of wealth,
and standing, bave left Superior, and are
now in cities where deputy sheriffs cannot
All ot'lhe keepers of disorderly houses
who are alleged to have paid to Mayor
Starkweather and the police large sums
for the privilege of breaking the-law, have
gone, and in many Instances they have
taken all of the inmates of their places with
them, so that the grand Jury will secure
but little evidence in this direction.
Company Organized Wltb Immense
Capital lit- Its Back.
Glasgow, Auf. 20. An invention de
signed to promote a motive power for the
gold fields of Western Australia has been
patented by two gentlemen of this city.
The invention contemplates the substi
'tutlon of electricity and compressed air
for the water power now- in use. The
Ttothschllds and tbe government of West
em Australia bave become interested in tbe
patent, and a company will be formed
with a capital larger than that of any
stock company organized .within the cen
tury. i Knickerbocker Scion Dead.
7 New York, Aug. 20. John Schuyler died
yesterday at. his residence, at Pethem,
VWest Chester county, in his sixty-sixths
year. Mr. Schuyler was the son of Philip
tBcbuyler and his great-grandfather was
,Oen. Philip Schuyler, of the 'Colonial
Bond Pay" tbe (Penalty.
London, Aug. 20 Thomas Bond, who
murdered George Hackett and attempted to
.kill Mrs. Bakewell'and Mr. Bakewell, re
spectively, the mother and step-father of
Hackett, at Orgreave, last spring, was
banged, at Stafford this morning. He con-
f eased bis crime. i
Cblet MuJigH Executed.
Madrid, Aug 2Q.-A&. dispatch to tbe
Iruparclal from Havana says tbe death
jBentence passed upon the rebel chief,
Mujlpa, was continued by the author.
Itles and it is understood that the sentence
.was executed at Wanii? ycuterday,
' Gcnenil HanrWittVH lteclment.
Indianapolis, Ind., tAug. 20. The an
nual reunion of ficuiHarrison'8 old regi
jnent, tbe Seventieth' Indiana, was begun
t Bethany Park' Testerday with nearly
300 old. soldiers present
Craig & Harding
13th and F Streets.
Special Sale of
Of all kinds at exactly
Everything in the house has been
marked down for the balance of
August. We are having a "Make
Room" sale for our new goods,
which are constantly coming in.
One of our specialties are the
Odd Chairs that we are offering
at about one-half price.
We have about 25 or 30 differ
ent patterns, in all woods, com
prising both Bedroom and Din
ing Chairs 1 to 4 of a kind.
Below we quote a few prices
Solid Oak, Leather-seat Chairs side at S2,
wore iLOO, and i arm at $53, were 6.00.
fl.25 Oak Bedroom Chair, cans seat, 63c
1100 Oak Chair, cane seat, at $t OO.
tl SO Wood-seat Chairs at 75c, &c, Ac
There arc only a few of these
and an early call will give you a
pick of the choice patterns.
CRAIG & HARDING,
Furaitare, Draperies, Mattings anil Carpets.
13th and FSts.
We -are sole agents for "The
Famous Cutler Desks."
COMlIAl"S OF THE COLUMBIA.
DUtrict Commissioners' Attention
Called, to Some Dangers.
Capt. JacobFrccb, a chief of division in
tbe War Records Division of tbe War De
Iiartment, presented a lengthy communica
tion to the Commissioners to-day.
calling attention to tbe alleged violations
by tbe Columbia Railroad Company of
"three necessary rules for the safety of
passengers," and asking that the District
authorities take sucb steps as will Insure
tbe enforcement of tbe precautions desig
nated. The first thing to which lie directs atten
tion Is the "failure to stop for a nuu when
be signal at the regular stopping place."
It is a rule, he says, to stop only on the
near side of a crossing, and in many in
stances the grlpman gives no sign that he
see the man.
Another complaint filed, is that the
conductor rlnss tbe tieil before the man is
safely on and a third is that the bell is
rung before the pTssenger is safely off.
He cites Instances, and gives the day
and hour accidents have occurred from
this causa. One was in the case of a nian
throt n to thet ground and hurt.
The captahi gives the dates of six
letters written by himself to the president
of Iheconipauy, in which heSQshe called
attention to the matter and from which
he did not receive satisfactory replies.
He distinctly slates in bis communication
to the Commissioners that be lavs no
blame to the charge of either gripmen or
conductor, as the origin and continuance
of the practices complincl of "are evi
dently the resuilt of the policy of the
management of the road, and hate re
ceived no check except, perhaps, in the
-' Must Bo Sold.
Judge McComas to-day signed an order
dlrectkig Mr. Klchard A. Ford, recently
applonted receiver for the firm of Willctt
&. Kuoff. hat dealers, at Xo. 005 Pennsyl
vania avenue, to advertise for private pro
posals for the purchase of the stock, fixtures
and assets of the firm. Tbe book accounts
and bills receivable are, however, excepted.
In event the sale is not privately made by
noon of August 29 the receiver Is ordered
to advertise for a public sale of the prop
erly. Three Frame nouses 11 u rued.
An alarm was turned in about B 30o-cloeU
tbis morning from box 239 for a fire In
three frame houses Nos. 904, 906, and
908 Irving street northwest, caused by a
defective flue. The damages amounted to
about $1,000, Including bouse and furni
ture. The houses were occupied by Thomas
Madden, Helen Jones, and James Tbomasr
and owned by Ellen O'Dell, of Alexan
dria. Jio American in tbe Lot.
There are no American Christians in
that part of Turkey between Bassoun and
Mousb, where Turkish officials arc said
to bave driven the Christians out of their
houses and given them to Kurds Most of
these Christians are Turkish subjects.
and yet sell you
lower than anybody else
we do it on our New
Credit System if you
are not acquainted with
it, it will pay you, to
make some inquiries.
Our. stock of Furni
ture and Housefurnish
ings is immense, and we
can show you a splendid
selection to choose from.
. Our prices are very
low indeed. We will
have great pleasure in
showing you our stock
and giving you prices,
even if you are not buy
ing just now. (
i Mayer & Petlit,
415 Seventh Street NW.
. "v -eyrv
Snos 1 1 It-. V.i M.l..
Special Sale'at following
Low Prices 'to" con
Wednesday Evening Only.
Infants' Soft Sole Tan Shoes. ..10
75c Infants' Tan Shoes 45s
S1.00 Tan Shoes at ,.69c
$1.25 and SI. SO Tan Shoes at.. 05c
SI. 75 Tan Shoes at S1.25
52 50 Tan Shojs at SI. 75
S3.00 Tan Shoe at 32.35
WE HM & GO'S
ItelUbls Shoe nouses,
Q30 and 032 7th St..
1014 and 101.6 Pa. Ave.,
233 Pa. Ave. S. E-
are one of the greatest bargains that
Ten we have had to offer for a lone
Try plentiful with us too but those
$4.80 Sails are something quite out of
the ordinary. If we told you what thoy
you would not belters us all we say Is,
come and seo for yoursstf It costs noth
ing to look st them, and they are well
Garner & Co.,
g N. E. Cor. 7th and H.
we have to compel busi
ness by offering: some
unusual Inducements to
Suit Is one of them. It would
be worth investing In any-of
these suits If we did not have
another hot day this summer,
and we will have plenty yet.
Here are some other special
prices, ustfora little while:
Men's Casslmere Pants, SI.OO
Men's Serge Pants SI.25
Men's Corduroy Pants SI.75
Superbly-lined Fine Suits,
worth SIO, S12 and $15
every suit at $6.80
CorlNinth & E Sts.
rSnrvrls; 2. 1
New York Avenue, bet. I3th and 14th Sts.
Agency for the Celebrated Columbia Automatlo Filter.
The Store to Buy at
is the one where you g-et best value for your money. A.
five-dollar pair of pants for SI. 63 is extraordinary value,
and yet we are selling- some odd ones at that $4.00,
$3.00, $2.50fpants for '$1.(53 is wonderful value, but we
have sold a lot of them. We have a few left. If we can
fit you you'willsget a. great barg-ain.
' All our summer clothing we are pushing- out at
almost any price to get rid of it We will -will give it
away rather than keepj it over.
New York Clothing House.,
311 Seventh St. N. W.
To-morrow !s your last
chance to set one of those large
threo string carpet brooms for
IO cents. Great redaction on
alleroceries for to-morrow.
Our Fresh Meat and Vegeta
ble Department Is attracting
much attention. Those sugar
cured Breast Strips of Bacon,
quoted below at IO cents per
lb. areagood "ad." for us.
, Presents In Gold-bound
Chlnaware given to purchasers
of SI.OO worth or over.
Best Slixcd Tea, lb M
Good Mixed Tea. lb
Squirrel Brand Cornmeal, sack.... .12
Bait SugarCared Shoulders, lb... .03
BoxotSO Good Cigars a
Fall &almon. pr can .10
Large Flat Cans Salmon 13
Large Boxes bcotch Herring. IS
3 boxes Oil Sardines 10
Macaroni, per package 03
IJojt I'resa Eggs,doz. IS
Lily Best Patent Flour, bbL K3
BojalFainily Flour, bbl &M H
Large Mustard aardices 1 cans u
Lea & Ferrin's WorcesterSauca... .28
Small can Baked Beans .05
Sack Good Family Flour 3
W ebb's Delicious Cocoa, can Ill
Java andMocha Coffee, lb......... M
Bait. Sugar Cured Breast Strip, per
Loose Lard per lb 07
5 lba. Loose Holled Oats 13
3 1'ckga. I'ettljohn Food S3
Pepper, Cinnamon, Ginger, All
spice. Cloves, Mustard, U lb 01
Cauned Oysters, per can .09
Three Tly Tobacco, per lb S3
FinestXew Lobster, per lb .18
Best Mixed Cakes, ner lb 13
fctar Condensed Milk, can 0T
7 Star or English Pearl Soap. J5
3 Fckgs. Beet Oats, for SO
Corn Starch, per pekg 03
Large Fat Mackerek3 lbs S3
Dnrkees' Salad Dreeslag........ .St
3.Pound stzo Baked Beans, can OS
Sack Best Pat Flour....... M
729, 731 7th Street.
'810" -7th tv'
Who shall sayhow many home
are cheerier for the new furniture
that our clean-ap pness our Odds
and Ends Sals has sent out I Good
"pickings yet wide-awake, quick
people, of course, faring belt.
Little money's ne:ded as In
stance, those Solid Cak Tables,
16x16 in. tops at 50c! Then
there's Beckers, Desks, Hat Backs,
Bedsteads, Combination Wash
stands, etc,, all proportionally
priced. The window's a good
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