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s diXZTXZ ., ,t f THE MORNING TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1895. HERE'S Something of interest to every prospective buyer of Boys' and Children's Clothing in Washington. A lot'of Scotch Mixed Cheviot Two-piece Suits, regular $4.00, $4.50, and $5.00 grades, at kp.50 , for to-day ouly. All sizes 4 to 15 3'ears. Long Pants Suits, sizes 15 to 19 years, neat plaids, checks, and solid blue and black, in All-wool Fast Color Cheviots, at $7.50 for Coat, Pants, and Vest, single breasted only, but it's the biggest $7.50 clothing vou ever bought. Specially choice line of BOYS' and CHILDREN'S HATS HERB all stvles and qualities prices, 50c to $3.00. SHOES, too; reliable qualities. All shapes and sizes SI. 40 to $3.00. . Fall Overcoats for men all colors, fabrics, and lengths $10 to $35. Robinson, Chery & Co. I2TH AND F STS. CLOTHES, FURNISHINGS. HATS. SHOES. iEiJStasiErsETajeseQfs r2 "H iriJ3 3 13 n GOOD Secure your winter outfit at once. No necessity of I waiting- until j-ou get tlie cash. Reliable goods, low prices, and eas- terras weekly or inontlil. Payments taken on Gents', Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats, Ladies', Misses' and Children's Jackets and Capes. Cloak and Wrap Dept. $3.50 Gen tii' Sult3,stylish anil durable Ladles Xeat Cloth Jackets. Ladies' Very Stylish Cloth ffP rn Jackets .. 4UiuU Ladies' Tino Cloth Jackets.. 4) J.UU Children's Jackets Allu Misses' Jackets...., .... $2.75?! $7.50 Gents' Flno Buslncs Suits. 4 I U.UU Gents' Stylish Dress Suits.. $ I 4.00 Gents Overcoats, neat and (TO nfl dressy J)0. UU Gents' Fine Overcoats 4l Z.UUl" Children's Suits $2. bill' Doys' Suits -$D.50l" Boys' Overcoats 4)4-. bill' Best Assorted Stock of Furniture, Carpets, and Housefur-I nlshlnR Goods In the city ON CREDIT. Our system of easy payments adjusted to suit your conveni ence. MAYER & PETTIT, Reliable Outfitters, 415 Seventh St. N.W. tfeterisJKgsassg.ssisassB ssssiisssBswisiffgsess J3&fcfcor''i Suit worth DO 10U YVE ViS Men's, Boys' and Children's New Patterns 0 TO H III I -&tmW New Styles Our Prices are Your Prices. MEN'S SUITS. OnrjCMJIclton Salt Is worth. 112 , Our 17.50 D. II. Blue Beaver Is worth..18 , Our $7.25 Clay Worsted Is worth $13 Our 110.00 Unclish Worsted fs worth.. J13 CHILDREN'S SUITS. Our SI.03 School Suit Is worth. J1.73 Our SI.C5 SchoolSuIt Is worth. ! M Our tiOO Dross bull Is worth J3.U0 Our $2 50 Litre Quality is worth. ...$ 1.00 J . MEN'S OVERCOATS. Cur 1100 Coat Is worth T. fa Our tiOO Coat Is worth 6i Our WW Coat is north. .-.fit) Our fiaOO Coat is worm r. ilea's Pants from 63c up to (0.00. MEN'S FURNISHINGS. Dr. Wright's Medicated Health Un- Udcrwear 85c English Ribbed underwear. 45c Silt Suspenders 18c Knit Jackets, extra size. 63c Scotch Wool Glove. v...?Ic -s Prices and Quality Guaranteed or Money Refunded. TENNILLE, The Union Clothier and Furnisher, T Near Corner G St. iWlioiVWiS Absolutely Painless Dentistry. -,.&t--. $i .CHILDREN'S Teeth cannot be L l . ) . xv ft J it too caret u ly cared $$- tor. They need yNsT-i. proper ana con r &7 - 1 slant locking after i to make them 'crow straight and even. Our abso- i ImIaIv nnfnInKa r Cl" ----- c'-f "- vmrinoaa 01 mm Ss2!lVl y$s& and harmless, and are ospcci any adapted to the treatment of children's teeth. Talnless extraction, tOc. Other . charges rroportlonaL Evans Denta! Parlors, 1217 Penn. Avenue N. W. Wo do BRIEF FRIXTING better than most printers because we do moro of 1$. We'd like to print your nest one, ill. Lawyer. McCILL & WALLACE, Printers. HOT E Street N.W.: 'Phone 131!. You Don't Buy " A Piano Often, so When You Buy, Buy Well. BuyaKLMBALL It'll last you a lifetime and be in con ditioa for tho second generation to learn upon. The durability of tho Kimball Pianos is unri valled by that of any other muKe. MUSIC CO., MUSIC HALL. METZEROTT AH the Latest Sheet Music IIIOF St. N.W. CONTRACTORiSREMOVED Peremptory Order Occasioned by A. N. Brady's Delay. WORK ON THE AVENUE UiiUKimt Tiifillni'KM III Completing tlio Grading;"-' Tlmt Tburoiiulifiireiind Brunch Avenue- In tlio County. Times Had Jteen Invent luntinuCoiii- .. plaints Mudo by Cillzi'iiH. The District Commissioners have finally decided that tlio long deferred Improve ments to Pennsjlvama. uveiiue extended, and Us imiiortant tributary, known as Branch avenue, shall bn pusilicd to com pletion. The demand for the utilization or these thorougiirares by citizens whose rights and conveniences are Involved, and the quiet investigation recently nude Iiy The Times wild view of exiosing the nutter to public attention, h.ivo uoubl less had the eriect of bringing to the at tention of the Coiiuiiisslpiiciit vdtli renewed force tlie Tact that great injustice was bein,- done by the needless delay In the execution of the contract. I'ASSEl) TUB OUDKU. The result is that the board lias liassed all order which was promulgatid yester day, niitliorizlng the Superintendent of Lounly Kojiis to put on a. force or men surrieient tu conipitte the work and eoii ciuiiniir with a cniibtio criticism of tne contractor, to tne eilect that lie uus "railed to ciirryo.it the work m a satisfactory mau uer, though his attention lias been re peateniy called to the matter." "Tlifo action is taken," the Commis sioner! say, "In enter in complete the work without furtlur delay. In accord ance with the terms of piuagrapli 10 of the instructions and uipuiutions em bodied In the contract." The work or completing the grading of l'ennsjivanla avenue ironi Tnirtietu street northeast to its Junction with llrancli avenue and the grading anil gravel ing or the latter thoroughlure from that point to llowen road was awarded to A. N. llrady more than a jear ago. WOUK STILL INCO.Ml'I.KTE. The price stipulated In the contract was 510,000. uood Judges say that the work could have been easily accoinpllhed 'n six mouths Iroin tlie nuic on winch the agreement was ratiried, but for some rea son not explained, and notwithstanding ilr. Urad's repeated warnings, the Im provements are still incomplete. l'roperiy owners and resiueuis interci'ted say thai at no time in the past year has there been a surileieul rorce of laborers employed, and that there was manifested utHiii the part of the contractor a careless indifference Hut would not !iue been tolerated In anybody else. Sharp contrasts are urawn between the course pursued by the District authori ties in thLs case and their action In the case of other contractor whose work was nol (omplettd within the time specified. There-nre other comments made which need not be enumerated now that the Co.nml-siom'r.s h:to issued a peremptory order which Is calculated to secure the Immediate fulfillment of the contract. No Extortionate Shod Prices Here! The fdet that leather is unreasonably high does not affect dhe prices of shoes at our stores. Our heaviest!' buying was done months ago, and at NEARLYl old prices. On such shoes as we" have been compelled to pay the advance we are sim ply cuttlngidown profits-DIVIDING them with you and this method has more than doubled our usual fall sales. We are selling better and more stylish shoes than ever before-and in many cases at even LESS than old prices. ., Prices and Qualities That Are Here Only! Ladles strictly hand-aewol welt, cort-ftolt button or laed bcols, in black or tan finest kid or cloth tops no such valuoi clscnhen: at, LadloV "Koynr U kid or kaugaroo boots InlOdlHer cnt styles ua durublo aud perfect In fit as chocs that usually sell for fJ our price Indies "Ids al" kid button or liced bi-ots heeled or spring hoel 0 dlfforent shapes at. Children's genuine (cork solo hand-made shocs"-1 abso lutely damp prtof and Tery dressy as follows: CIULDltl'd SIZES MISSES' AND YOUTH'S. BOrSAND LADIES' , $3.00 $2.00 $1.50 $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 Our fameni "Becky Moun tain" volret calf, buttoa and laced shoes for boys aud glr!s-the best wearing soft thoes made r Tho great "Ironclad' school shoos, for boys and girls of ail ages neat, dressy and durable Our mon's "Gem" hand-made calf cork sole enoes our tan storm calf shoes also imported .camel aud pat ent lcatner shoes 31en's "Itnyal" shoes belter In eTery way than tr-e best qualities sold by any other local Ann for is 50-0 stylos here our price Jlcn'fl "Defender" shoe.made of durable veal calf strict ly solid solos 1 different snapes lu laced aud gaiters. Iteration 50c qualities in black wo.l kersey ovargal trs all sizes for man end onicu $1.50 $1.00 $3.00 $2.00 $1.25 25c SUFFIiHEU KItOil THIEVES. l.lfllit-FliiBercd (Jcntry l'ny -Muny Jlld nlKlit VlnlW. The following robleries were rejxirted at poliie headmuirteri. yestenlay J-'rauk Jlaiford. 1GU2 Twenty-second street norttiwesl. had an I'.tlliise safety bicycle stolen belwru 2 and 4 o'clock' jeMerday from in frnui .if the Capitol 11. L. MarMund, ros Ninth street north west, repjrts tluit during la-st night tils bed-room was entered and a gold watch stolen therefrom. Ueorge It. .May. Gil remisylvanla ave nue northwest, had his llartlord salety whei'l '-loieii from iti front or y2 Jr' blreet southwest, nlxiut 10 o'clock last night. Albert X. Connor, Fourth and N streets northwest, reports during Inst night that his drug store was entered by forcing the door, ami SS in small change taken from tlie money drawer. J. E. Itay lost a drab horse hlsukct. which was taken from off hto horse lust night, while it was standing In front of the Law Jluilding on E street. Eugene Ilamotk, 721 Fourth slreetsouth eaM, reruns that his houe was entered through the sunuuer kiuheii and a sifter watch Hud chain siolon from his bed-room. t t 930-932 Seventh St. N. W. 1914-1916 Penna. Ave. N. W. 233 Penna. Ave. S. E. t CALLS IT A SUBTERFUGE Auditor Petty's Comment on the Domer-Reichelderfer Case. Com in N!oner ltefne to DIkiish tlio Question of tlie Snlitry l'nld tlio HlKli Soliool T.iiclier. Tlie board of school trustees, at a re cent session. apiKiInted II. T. Donier to fill the position of English instructor at the Central High School, but as a matter of fa cl.JIr. Domerwilliioibctlie Instructor lu that branch. He -will draw the salary attached aud turn it over to L. II. Iteicu- elderfer, the actual teacher, vrhoe name cannot appear on the pay-roll, for the reason that ns assistant military Instruc tor, he 1 already In receipt of a salary, aud the law forbids any person from occu pying two jMisItlons of profit under the government. The pun adopted to ecure Mr. lUcliel derfer's" services as teacher of English. Is s.'ikl to have had a precedent in the tae of Major Ross,' who, as an employe of the War ilepartnicui. caunot lawfully receive pay" as nilillary; Instructor or the high school cadets. The latter position was given nominally to tine of the .adels. who draws the saury and pays it over to Major Itoss. The practice Is approved by Principal Lane, who says Mr Dumer, as a teacher in the public school, can receive pay as such and dispose of It a he-pleases. The school trustees arc said to nave fully under stood tbe situation at the time or Mr. Homer's appointment, and gave it their indorsement by consenting to the arrange ment. The salary lo the credit of Mr. Domer is at the rate or S1.20O per annum. He de clines to state whether or not the entire amount is transferred monthly to Mr. Itclchelderfer. but admits tlie circumstances stated as to liisappolntment to be correct. Commissioner Uoss wan asked yesterday as lo the propriety of the alleged arrange ment made between Messrs. Iteichelderfer and Pomcr, with the consent of the board or school trustees and the faculty of the Central High School, recin'cling the duties an 1 salary attached to a position nomi nally held by the latter but the functions or which are discharged by the former. Mr. Icoss said that as the matter had not liecn formally brought to Ids attention lie could not speak nlloutit- The matter was later referred to Auditor Petty, who stated that as Jie knew nothing of the facts alleged he had no opinion to express. In a general way. howeter, hft said no offklal coJld-properly pay out the public money for services not rendered nor for work not performed. It was not proper, he said, to resort to a subterfuge to 'accomplish what could not lie gained ctherwlsc. Will IIonor.IiiHt let Jnekwon'si Memory. A meeting of the memliers of the bar of the Supreme Court or the Dnited States will be held In thecourt room Moudaymorn log next at 11 o'clock to take suitable action upon the death of the lale Justice Jackson. IjiM ViTwiimlly Conducted Tour to Vutkti!-' t.lcii mid Xlnirarii FtilN tla IViiiisvIviiniii ltiillrond. The I'ennsyiranla Itadroad Company will operate a personally conducted tour to Wnlklns' tlleii nrd uigra Foils Tuesday October ID. Kale $10.00. Tickets cki for ten .lays, allowing stop-over privileges at Walking. UoclitMcrnnd Uuffalo. in either direction Spvc'nl train leaves Washing ton 8 10 a in. DILLSBURY'S BEST I BetlerFLOUR-" "The universal verdict" Pillsbury's Best issoid in me same packages as it comes from the great Pillsbury Mills. Pillsbury's Best is not ma- nipulated like most Flours sold in this city. It is not mixed with cheap flour and then palmed off as "carefully blended." Pillsbury's Best is the Best. Demand It from Your Grocer.- It he does not keep it, drop a postal to the agent and he will toe that you get It Washington Branch. Pillsbury-WashburnFIourMillsGo. ; L. H. Wieman, Miller's Agent. 216 10th N. W- Daily Capacity, 22,500 Bbls. iUHniUHHUUI A Delicious Dish Especially for breakfast but good at any tlruo dainty enough to tempt the poorest appetites, la Auth's Sausage. Mauo of the finest meat, carefully seasoned not too highly, but Just enough. As your dealer for them. Sold at all meat stands an I groceries N. AUTH. Factory, 6-1-6.W Va. ave. sir. holesa'e House, 62S-&3 bat sw. fetauds, 37, 33, 31 Center Market Seventh fct wing). 3W-3I1 Northern Liberty iTarket 61 O st. Market. ICE IIYCIEKIO-UEALTHFUL. THE ll.AKDEST THE UKST. MADEOrTbltESl-inSG WATEK 'lelephonatl. OQce 13 V ss. u. We Extend Both Hands To Help. !$ You One offers Credit. The other oilers eTerythinc In our 3 great stores and half duzan bis warehouses at cut-up prices There's CTerythinff here to furnish a home com f rt and luxuries. Yours for neit-to-nothinc.' House & Herrmann, 017 010,021. 023 7th t G36.Mass. Ac. prrjr; Ci''i3 f5fr RSyiit s2! Plgi & l w& l'OI'B LEO'S JUIIII.KE. rrcpnratioii to Celelnte?Flftletli An iiiMTMiry of UN Kpl-oopute. The hierarchy of the Komnti Catholic Church In the United Stales Is about lo organize a committee to prepare for tlie celebration or the jroiden Jubilee of Pope I.eo Xlll's eleatlon to tho episc"pary, wlilch AVlll occur January IK, l&OO. Car dinal Gibbons has control of the project, anil his plaus are bcine; heartily indorsed by the entire board or archbishops a Ml bishops in the United Slates. Leo hns already commemorated his Rolden Jubilee. On January 1, 1388. he was retisl in honor or the-riftielli annlver sary or his ordination as a priist. Fcliru ary 10, lfaOII. he celchrattd Ills golden wedding as a bishop, and now comes the third, the hair-century date or his elev.i tiou to the archdiocese of Perugia. As on the rormcr occasi,,r, the Catholic world will make this occasion one of the grandest that Home has etcr wltncj-scd. Particular interest is Tell In America, and It is propositi by the archbishops to signalize tiiis event by even more magniri ccnt gifts than they presented in 1W8S A number of pilgrimages are also pro jected, to go from different parts of the Union and to be present in tlie Holy City during the Jubilee festivities. It is thought that Mgr Satolll will be In attendance during thise ceremonies, and whether his trip to Home will pnne only a visit or a permanent change Is Just now a subject of much speculation. Two Fair Youiij; stpotwors SlIssGray, the daightcrof the senior Sen ator from Delaware, and Miss Guild, Hie daughter of the mayor of Xashville, Tenn., j iiiitt; ir in ot jtv ilh i' iiitnttn tut; ,uu uuii Wilmington and Nashville, respet lively, at Newport News, Va., on October 10. Secretary Herbert and a Lirge party of officials from Washington will attend the launching of the new vessels. . Firemen Kcturn TlmnLs. Engine CompanyjCov 11, of JIounLI'Ieas ant, extend through The Times their thanks to Mr. Henry Urooks, or South Wash ington, who recently presented to the fire men a numlier ot interesting and useful volumes ot literature. I Ol IAADCAAD El jl T J mJP w3 J"Bi 1 I J3 3I M m- I Mi Bi kV m m I MBESSS 9v faM SEmr i sip WELLS Drilled By Stoam Driller. Work done quick ly, cleanly and cheaply. W-E. DeWITT. , 30STenth St. nw. Wonderful Prices prevail In our store. Take This Hat for Instance it Is an immense bargain fie most fashionable shapes & Youmans, Timor's, Youngs aud Dunla p' blocks In Mack and brown-only Sl.40. Our $1.90 Hat is sold every where else for $2.40 nil the lat est styles. As to Overcoats, we have every variety and style. A splendid valuo is our Kersey or Melton II Inches long 4 inch silic vel vet collar double warp Italian lining raw edge lu two stylos, black or hlno form flltlne perfoct In make and fin ish, only 40.50. In Underwear. Dr. "Wright's Health Under wear is the best in the world. r The regular price is tJ.53, but our price is only tine Double-breasted Gray "Wool Heavy-weight Undershirts magnificent goods. "Worth dou ble, 49c. Band-made Knit Jackets, from 75c up H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO, Ninth & E Sts. N. W FREE! To-day we will give to every purchaser of one dollar's worth of groceries or over from the price list below either three pounds of best granulated Sugar or one dozen best Eggs, every one guaranteed. CAUTION All persons are cautioned against giving any orders to fraudulent tramps claim ing to sell for our house. We have no outside salesmen. lr.c 16o 17c 17c 17o 18o 18u 18c 25o 25c Be Box of 50goodTMsarg CSe White Wine Vinegar, gallon 17e California Tears too California Peaciies Bc nvaporatedCrcain.can lBc Best Buttcrinc.lb l"c J B.BaUng Powder. lib. tins, 20c BliicHenilalclics. dozen. . . 14c 'JrotimlCorree. perlb ific Smoked Herring, box loo IraporiedSardines.iarge. wittikey.. .. 18c Pret7eiettes. lb (Tom Thumb) .. .. 16c Sirloin Steak IBo Witch Hazel, plot bottle lfc l-:t2 iibi Itnyal Family Flour lCc l-32bbl KleclricLlghtFlour 100 Imported Sardines in tomato sauce, per can I'ngleUraiidCniidenscdMllk Lobster, tall cans -.. .. .. .. .. Wcbb'sCocoa.perllu Cider Vinegar, gallon Wilbur's Chocolate, cake PorlerhouscSteak Fruit Hating powder, 1-2 lb. cans.. Lea & Perrin's Worcestershire Sauce.. Columbia. Soups Julicnue. Consom me. -Mulligatawny, Chicken. To mato large tans, each DurkisVR Snljiii Xlrcsslm;. Lottie.. .. Best Eicin Butter. lb JIOc Dunliar's Jjaratana. Shrimps, large.. 23o PoUitoChlps, per pound 25c Java Flavored Oorree 25c f'hlo Maple Syrup, per can :toc Collmrn's Currv Powder, bottle.. .. 2.riC Boyal Baking PoTviier.l l'o -tBc ClevoiandBaklnsI'dwdT.llb -Wc Uolden Urip Syrsp.i 45c 5 lb palls Cottolene .' .. 48c Horseshoe Chewing (Tobacco, lb.. .. GOC. Dili palls Lard (best) GOc Fancy Mixed Tea 50c Gravely 3-ply ChevWng Tobacco 60c Choice Oolong Tea 60c Choice Gunpowder Tea 60o 1-8 bbl. riectrlc Light Flour 600 Wilbur's Cocoa, pcrttln.. .N .. .. ... 20c Arbuckle Coffee.. .. .-. 22o Olive Oil (imported) 25c Best Malt Vinegar, -gallon 27c Best White Wine Vinegar, gallon.. .. 27e nil) palls Cottolene.7. 28c 5 string Brooms.... 28c 1-16 bbl. ElectrlciLlslit Flour :tnc 3-b nails Lard fbcst).. 30c 1-18 bbl. Eoyal Family Flour 30o Kltuardson A Bobbins' Potted Tur key 30c Holland Java and Mocha Corfeo.. .. 30c Java and Mocha Coffeo 30c 1-16 bbl. Lily Best Patent Flour.. .. 35c French Baking Powder; 1-lb cans.. 35c Fine Gunpowder Tea 35c Spring Leaf Tea 35c Old Government Java Coffee 35c Best Mocha Coffee 35c New Orleans Baking Molasses 45c Fine Oolong Tea 35o Mustard, per gallon 45c 1-8 bbl. Lily Best Patent Flour.. .. 65c Extra Choice Oolong Tea 80c Extra Choice Gunpowder Tea 80c Iloyal Family Flour bbl S4.00 1-4 bbl. Family Flour S1.00 1-8 bbl. Itoyal Family 50c illy Best Patent Flour, bbl $4.25 1 4 bbl. Lily Best Patent Flour.. ,.$1.23 Electric Light Best Family Flour, obi $4.00 1-4 bbl. Electric Light Flour S1.15 Quart size Lea 4 Perrins Sauce, per bottle 76c Gilt Edge Soap 5C. size), each 3c Babbitt's Soap -1 l-4c FruitCrackers (Sultanas), per pound 12c Ground Pepper. l-4,pound 8c TeUowMustard Seed. 1-4 pound.. .. 8c 'Grocud Mustard. 1-4 pound 8c Ground Cinnamon. 14 pound 8c Ground Mace. 1-8 pound 8c Whole Mace. 1-8 pound 8c Ground Cayenne repper, 1-4 pound 8c Whole r pper, 1-1 pound 8c FrultPiiddinc. all flavors 8c Hlrsrli'H Banco 8c J. B. BaklDg Powder, 1-2 pound tins 8c Largo Lemon Extracts 10c Large Vanilla 10c Bottles Catsup 82 Good Stcat 8 and 10c Ulco Flour. p?r package 8c Elgin Star Condensed Milk. can.. .. 8c Hlxby's Large Blacking ec Ohves, per bottle 8c Lirge Mustard Sardines 8c Sago, per package 8c Fat Back;. for seasoning 8c Western Shoulder 8c Mixed Candy, per pound 8c Raisins, seedless 10c Home-made Egg Xoodles. large.. .. lQc Bapolio, largo 10c Olives, in glass Jars 10c Candles. No. 6. per set 10c Hemp Clothes Line. 100 feet 10c American Gelatine.. ..-.. 10c Ttumford'sO-oz Yeast Powder 10c LargeS lb CanBaked Beats 10c Canned Oysters, per can 10c MarylaudPcaches.pcrcan 10c Ell Pettljobn's Food, package 10c Chloride of Lime. large 10c Baking Powder. 1.4-lb cans.. .. .. 10c Beflector. tlio best brass and silver polisher known. package 10c Raisins. California 10c Raisins. Sultanas lOo Baby Brand Condensed Milk. can.. .. 10c snlmon. l.illcaiis.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 12c Imported Sardines, small, key 12o steaK Baimr.n. large iiat cans isc FlatcansMackcrcl.best lr,o Baltimore Sugar-cured Hams. lb.. .. 12c Bacon Strips 12c Society Wnfers 12c VanllU Cakes.. ., :. 12c EGGS FREE To-day we .will give to every purchaser of one dollar's worth or over from this price list one dozen best and freshest eggs or 3 lbs. best granulated Sugar. Ivory (Elephant Head) Starch.. Diamond Starch (needs no blue) . Tapioca, per package Farina, pound package , Olive Oil, small Early June Peas , Stick Candy, all flavors Red Seal Lye. can Largo French Truiics New York Cream Biscuit Lemon Cakes MllkLunch Biscuits Mixed Nuts, best , California Evaporated Peaches.. California Evaporated Pears.. California Evaporated Apples New Prunclls Chalmor's GelaUne Largo Sliver Prunes., California Evaporated Apricots.. Chicory, lb Best Cream Cheese, lb LanternJars Sirup, pints Largo Bottles Catsup Graveley'sBest Tobacco 8c Sugar Jumbles 12c 8e- Breakrast Bacon, lb - .. .. ize 8o Honey Jumbles 12c 8c Mixed Ririe Nuts 8c 8c Kaltine Waters 10e 8c I Sugar-cured shoulders. lb S.1-2C Sc 1 Graham Waters, per pound 12c 10c Vanilla Wafers, per pound 12c 10c Egg Bisrults. per pound lr.c 10c I Winter Green Candy 12c 10c I Canned Corn Beer, sliced 12c 10c It ibltoasl or Beefsteak 12c 15c Round Steak 12- 12c , Sack Cornmeal (Squirrel brand) .. 15c 12c Plymouth Rock (both colors) gcla- 12c tine .. 12c 12c 'Olive Oil 12c 10c Campbell's Beefsteak Catsup, pt.. .. ICo 12c Cnl.PlttedEvanoratcdPIums.lb.. .. 12c 12c Lantern JarsMustard 15c lOo , imported Spaghetti, per package.. .. lCc 12c French Peas, pcrcan 15o 12c Best Tresh Eggs. Do z 17c 15c Quccn& Anderson Jams 15c 10c 'Large size Bags Salt. 3 for , ., .02 Soap Powder Criterion Brand Cal.CanuedApricots Fat Smoked Bloaters, each Scotch Snuff, per box Ammonia, large bottles New Dates La rgeCa n Tomatoes, first quality... Canned Corn, per con Canned Peas, iiercan Siring Beans, percan .. Lima Beam, per can Canned Succotash, can Macaroni, per package, Potted Tongue. MU.1I1 2-lb ackage Best Oats .. . Large, fat mackerel, per pound.. .. ' Cornstarch, package Barley, per IU Pickles, In boftlcs Potted liam. small.-, Loose Lard, lb Animal Crackers Nic-Nacs. per pound - Bottled Jamaica Ginger Ladics'Koyal Shoe Polish Large Enarucllne Hlrsh's Powdered Lye Whole Cloves. 1-1 pound GroundCIoves. 1 1 pound Ground Allspice. 1-1 pound Paltpetcr, 1-4 pound? Cream Tartar. 1-4 pound Celery Seed, 1-1 pound Groauil Ginger, 1-1 pound Caraway Seed, 1-1 pound Whole Allspice. 1-4 pound Uomiuy Grits Coarse Humlny Fly Paper, doubleSheets SoiaHnurhamMustard.boXcj Coffee Essence, per box Toilet Soap. -Miller's Cake Bixhy's Small Blacking Mucilage. Cc. size Boneless Codfish ,. Enameiine Stove PnlUb Large Lump Starch IronMilne stove Polish Star Soap, cake .. BoraxSoap, cake .. .. Blown Soap, long bars Soaplne, package Pearllue. package EnglisbPearlSoau.it floats Brooks' Crystal boap .. 1776 Powder . Bon Ami .. .. T. .. Ginger Snaps, per pound Soda Crackers, per pound. Cream Crackers, per pound Johnston's 6-oz. YcasiFo-wder Rice, large grain, lb Dried Beans, lb J. B. BakiugPowder. 1-4-poiitidtins . Small Lemon Extracts Hntili Vanilla. Small Glasses Mustard "Beats All" stovePollsh. cake .. .. 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