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THE EVENING- POST, TUESDAY, NOVEMBEB 13. 1883.
The Evening Post.
TImtcliton A: Co.-.spcclnl Notice.
Thli prominent and representative btulncsj
establishment at 118 and V220Y street norm
west, lofirtnf extra Inducement fortnenext
thirty darn la parlor and bod-room furniture,
table, cabinet;, etc. Alro In carpet miss.
liaiock, etc. A grand display o( drapery, laco
cnrlalns and every clan of Rood In their line,
to all of whloh tliey call especial uttontlon.
Tlielr capaclom balcony around their first floor
contains an eleuant line of rocking chairs,
!, screens, bamboo work, etc., nil of
wnlcb would mako suitable presents for the
lulldays, and for wh'ch special price will bo
rondo and accepted In trust until callod for,
John Rudilen'a lntallinent houses, which aro
centrally located at 0.10 nod OKI Seventh street
northwest, Is the place to buy ) our housekeep
ing outfits. Ho ha the larcost stock of stoves,
carpets, furniture, etc., tl-at ho has 'ever kept,
arid Is doing an Immenso business by selling
them at rash prices on tho Installment plan on
easy weekly or monthly payments.
It Is the llest.
Ask for It, Schlltx's Milwaukee Lager Beer,
For sale by all leading houses.
Mr. Joseph II, I'lske,
formerly In tho sewing mnchlno business on
Oth street, will bo pleased to see bis friends
at the I)ometIo bowing Mnchlno Ofllco, corner
7th and lists. C. Auerbach. solo agent.
Itniors lioncil and dog collars engraved free
I). JJ. U'Atronn,
487 Ta, nve. and 033 I' Street.
nrrnnrt RtfmI Pftfuwhfl. St nrtr gallon.
Joseph D. Donnelly, 1 1th and 1 street n w.
Is, Your Properly Insured ?
If not, consult Gl-hley Ilno., 1310 V st. n. w.
limcl'n ltcstiilirmit, 1827 1 Ith ft. n. W.
Steamril Oyster nro having a big run at
Geoiuie Kattt't, 1827 14th street northwest.
I'usell's Family Cafe, Mi!" N. Y. Ave.
I'or Washington Irecd lteef
joto John It. Kcllv. stalls (128. (WII and OftO
Centre Market and !2lKI and 'Mi XortlicrnUb
erty. Corned beef a specialty.
Ladles' Itoyal KM llutton, Common Senso
andOpera Too. with l'atcnM.oatherTlps.Sll.no.
George K7l make ft snoelalty of his res
taurant for ladles. 1827 1 1th street.
Theater-goon should call and get a stew of
oysters at Gconos Kuan.', 1827 1 1th street, be
foro going home.
"Alilerney Pnlrj Wagons,"
Fresh AMcrney butter, churned oery morn
ing and delivered In l& It, "Ward" prints, mo.
per lb. Alo cottage cheese, ImttermllL and
sweet milk, 5c. per qt. Cream, ldo.pcr qt.
NEWMAN'S PREVIOUS PRACTICES.
An Affair ot the Heart That lias Jnst
lleen llrouglil to I.lixlit.
During tho year 1880 Nowmnn, ttiuler
tlio name of Dallas M. l)o Hughes, who
lms been broucbt to prominence with
if T ... CJ 11. ... ., 1. 1IVfrf n
-urs. imu cum ii. w, puj ihu ""i "
minister of tho Methodist Kpteopal
Church and had a commission to preach
near Camden N. .1. in August of tlint
year lie disappeared. A note from him
addressed to ono of his parishnnurs and
Ids hat were found on a Philadelphia
and Camden ferry-boat, and ns the lint
had bis naino In'Itand tho note stated
that ho was going to commit suicide, as
lils " tioubles wore more than he could
bear," it was taken for granted he had
Do Hughes' wifo had a brother who
was mnnagcrof the Prudential Life Insur
ance Company's olllco in Philadelphia.
In that ofllco there "was employed a pre
possessing voung woman, who disap
peared simultaneously ith tho minister.
It had been noticed that on the occasion
of his calls on his brother-in-law, Do
Hughes took an interest in this young
woman. Tho coincidence of, their dis
appearance caused comment, but there
were no facts discovered to warrant con-
eluding that tlicv bad cloned
During tho summer of 1SS1, iinwnvnr "" ......... .. .-........- ...-
tho young woman In tho enso rctunCT W111 fi,,v, ,1Ttr.,ictJ,?"s-, J , '"fA"'
Phlladclnhia and confessed that she had
run away with Do Hughes, and said they
had lived in St. Louis, whero ho practised
law. She said bo had deserted her, pre
sumably for another woman. On hear
ing these leports the conference, in
March, 1832, expelled Do Hughes. Noth
ing more was heard of tlio clerical fraud
until his arrest in Washington. Ills wife
when last heard from was living In Cln
nlminsou, N. J., and was in very poor
De Hughes is a man about forty years
of age, of medium build, round face, nnd
In compicxlon a compromise between
light and dark. AVhen in New Jersey ho
wore a full chin beard.
0T1Y NEWS PARAURAPHS.
Edward Harrisou, of C03 Sixth street
northwest, either lost Ills watch or had it
stolen at the fair at the National lilflcs'
Armory Saturday nljht.
Thieves broke Into Armstcad Motcn's
Miop. at 1H23 'thirty-fourth street, Saturday
night, and stole a lot of shoes.
.John Weeden ami .Mark Johnson engaged
In a dllllculty out on the Seventh street road
lat night, about midnight, and It nns termi
nated by Wecdcu's hitting his companion In
the stomach with a stone. Hoiuade his escape,
and Johnson was tal.cn to Kreediuau'a Hos
pital bv Roundsmen Smith and Grant.
l'lnetl for Oorehurglng.
A handsomely dressed and decidedly natty
looking j outia jellow woman tripped into tho
Police Court this morning and got Jarvcy
Frank Johnson lined $5 for charging her fifty
cents to tako her from the Sixth-street depot
to 03? I, street beforo midnight a couplo weeks
ago. Miss Murshall, said that sho gave
the driver a dollar In the dark and re
ceived lu cbango what kho supposed was a
fifty-cent piece, but it proved to'bo a metal
saloon check, which, Instead of bofng worth
llfty tents, calkd for tho pajineiit of fiftcou
cents to the cashier of tho saloon whero It was
given Miss Marshall complained and got
liirvev lined ?5, beside which he had to
give back tho soveuty-llvo cents.
Anothttr Apartment IIouso, ,
The Building Inspector approved tho plans
to-day of an up.irtnicnt housu to be crcLted at
1341 l'ourteeuth ktrtet. Mrs. J. SI. Lang Is
tlio owner, Thcodoio Lang the architect aud
W. 3, Jones tho builder. The houto will cost
!lil,0u0. 'lliu dimensions of tho structure will
be twenl-four feet front, with u depth of
scvent-slic feet, and It will bo four storlck
with a cellar. The front will be ciy ornu
inentul. Tho -III st Mory will bo provided
nltl a iandumo store front with two
show windows. Springing from those will
bo an oriole or bay window- reaching to
tho roof, aud covered and oruaracntwl'wlth
Iff Iterotered illi Wntrlt.
Albert S, I'rtuch went Into a saloon In
Swainpuodlo ono night last September nnd
took a drink of hnampooulo whisk. Ho
dilu'l remember anything moro until tho next
morning, when ho found his $18 gold natch
gone. 1 he ilctectles found tho watch In a
uwn-ibop the other day, and tiaccd it back
to Dennis McDonald, who wns arrested and
sent to tho grand Jury from tho l'ollio Court
llurliil I'cruilU Issued.
Jitirlul permits lmo been Issued during the
past twenty-four hours by the Health Olllco:
Win, J. Wood, ID e.irs; Kacbacl II. Tracey,
2.1 jeitrs; Jennie Loruax, -10 years; John B
Nattr, I7ears; llrldget A. Fllgato, 4S)cars,
.tiary s. .tiascuinejer, ui)ear; r.uza u, i.onl,
aljeau: Sirs. Ann SI. Clark, 43 car, aud
tuo lounwing cuoreii icresa Uecdir, 1
month; Kdward ''. Watklns, 18 jearu; t'bar
lolte Ouioiiao, U joars.
Neir Internal ltcenue Collector,
(leu. Andrew J, Chapman, of llaltimore, hat
been appointed Collector of Internal Kevcnue
for the District of Maryland, which Includes
this city, to succeed tlio late Joseph K. Rob
erts, (ien. Chapman has been aetlug collector
slnie Sir. ltoberU' death.
Harry 0. Isel and Nellie W. pownlng
Cbarles A. llarber aud Alice SI. Kalilr,
INSPECTOR O'lIIUEX DID NOT SEE IT.
Tho ltnil Vorlc In tho Tunnel Done Ho
hind Ills Hack.
"When Tun Evr.Nixn I'ost's report of
the tunnel investigation closed yesterday,
Inspector O'Brion, tho ono whoso work
was pronounced criminally bad, wru on
tho stand. Ho tcstltlcd that owing to
the oloso quarters In which ho hud to
work it wns sometimes impossible to bco
how tho packing was done Ho never
knew of an instance where no stono at
all was put on top of tho arch. Ho was
frequently absent, however, sorting out
In answer to a question ns to why ho
should sort out stono when ho was
placed there ns an inspector, ho said ho
was ordered by Col. Kirlln to do it.
Thcro was dry packing dona nt times,
but only when they ran out of mortar.
Thcro were no open spaces left. He was
tlmc-kccpcr for tlio masons and packers
nnd usually started them to work. Ho
had heard Contractor Palmer hurry up
tho work, lie lmil received money as a
compensation for keeping timo for tho
contractors, being paid $1 a day. Ho
could .not account for tho vacant spaces
found in Ins work. Ho had no suspicion
at any time that bad work was being
done. Ho nlso stated that Col. Kirlln
was perfectly nwaro that ho was looking
after tho contractors' interests.
Col. Kirlln had told him he might
ovcrseo the men, and ho construed it ai
an ordor to do so. He did not think Col.
Kirlln know he was receiving par for it.
Close cross-examination only brought
from the witness expressions of com plcto
itinoccnco and surpriso that bad work
had been found in his bailiwick. It was
certainly dono while his back was turned
and without his knowledge.
Tn-ilaj'n Session of the Court.
At to-day's session of tho Military
Court, which commenced at 10::0 this
morning, Kdmund K. Fisher, a sub-inspector,
was examined. Ho worked at
Foundry Uranch and Hock Creek, and
his only duly was to superviso tlio laying
of tho stono sldo walls. Tho witness wns
not examined at great length.
John 1). llow7eo was next sworn. Ho
was a carriagemaker bv trade, and said
he was not a mason. However, he had
been a sub-inspector on the masonry and
stono work of tho tunnel. He was given
instructions as to how tho work should
be done, and wns told to see that the stono
in tho packing was imbedded in cement.
He saw that tho packing was well done,
that cement was used and no large stones
put In or holes left.
"Vhcn asked if ho was certain this had
been dono, ho replied that ho knew tho
work was carried on in the manner de
scribed. There wcro no vacant spaces
left ocr tho kev of tho aieh, to his
knowledge. It might havo been possl
i.i -? i " ... t ir r.,.
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vacant spaces, but it could not havo oc
curred very frequently, as no was con
stantly on tho spot. Vpon two cr threo
occasions ho caught the packers trying to
slight thr-ir work, and, upon teportlng
them, they were discharged.
Several times tho brick masons would
try to do bad work, but ho caught them
at It ami they wcro discharged and the
work done over. Ho supposed their
motive wns because they were working
in an unpleasant placo, whero tho water
was dripping on them, and they wished
to get through nnd away. Instances
were also discovered where attempts weic
made to uo dry packing, but ho had tho
stono taken out and set in mortar and
tho workmen discharged for their neg
lect. Witness had never received money
from any outside parlies, his onlv pay
beintr fiom the Government Witness
,had seen Lieut. Townsend in tho funnel
uuuui uuue ll Ml'L'R, auu ummi luuau iii'uit-
sions'tho Lieutenant would examine, tho
never seen Slnj. Lydecker In tho tunnel
in fact, lie would not havo known him
had ho seen him.
During tho Investigation of the tunnel
by Lieut. Townsend homo timo Bince. no
bad work was found in Itowzce's bcctlon
and no charges of bad work have over
been lnade against him. Ilognvehis
testimony in a sincere way, nnd after he
had gone out the Court remarked upon
tho fact (hat tho best work in tho tunnel
was under n man who was not a mason,
but n carriage-maker.
Thero being no moie witnesses, tho
Court resumed tho reading of testimony
taken at former meetings.
A Druiinillc hiik-ldo
Details of a shocking tr.igrdy have reached
SlunfordsvIIle, Ky., fiom Howletts, a llttlo
vlllago several miles hack In tho country. On
Thursday afternoon last a party of jouug
people went out null lug. In the p.irtv were
Henry ltowe aud Sallln Lcgsdcn. Young
ltnnoand Miss l.ogsden haio been Bncit
hcarts for a long time. While walking to
gether )ounc Kowo asked SIlss Logsden to
name a day for their weddlug. She replied
that she would do so when ho took his last
drink of liquor. Howe said he had dono so
and would prove It then andthcie. He
stepped off two or three paces pulled a re
volver from his pocket, and before any ono
could reach him sent a bullet through his
temple. SIlss I.ogsden fell to tho ground in a
swoon, nnd when sho recovered was a raving
maulac. She has been under medical care
since, but as )et shown no sign of recovery.
Tim I'elu'lhlvK' I'alr.
Tho National I'enclbles' Fair opened aus
piciously at tho National ill lies' Armory last
night. Gen. Ordway, commander of the
National Guaid, D. C, opened tho fair with
appropriate remarks, in which ho conipll-
ineliicu me company, v jaiuu numucrtn uie
friends were present. Tho booths aro the
follow lug: Iloustuu Light Guard, Houston,
Tex. (fancy booth); colors, red and bluo.
Company A, First I'.eglniout, Sllnrtesota N,
(J.; colors, red aud while. Chickasaw Guards,
Memphis, Temi.; colors, red, w hito and bluo.
llean bags; caudy and flowers; gipsy tent;
Jloulgoinerj (Irajs, Sluntgoinery, Ala .colors,
gray and gold (fancy booth), l'addlesj rozzlo
Our Ilcady-Sluilo Clothing
Absolutely tailor ruado. See our Wldo Walo
Coat and Vest nt fUf.WJ.
r.ii;.MAV linos,, "th and K,
.Manufacturing Clothiers and Tailors,
Tlil powder never vailen. A marvel of purity,
utrenutli and wliolt.oinenen. Moreetonomleul
than t.le ordinary kind, und vunnot be told In
competition with tho mnltltudu of low-teat,
nharl-ttoliilit ulumor plioephuto powdein, &ii
onlu in cant
ItOYAL UAKINO I'OWDEIt CO.,
JOO Wull utreet, New York.
GIVEN ANOTHER CHANCE.
Albert Green, Convicted of Murdering
.lames I.ucns, Put on Trial,
Albert Green, In whoso enso a now
trlnl was granted by the Court in Gen
eral Term on exceptions to tho rulings of
tho court, was begun In tho Criminal Court
beforo JustlcoMontgomcry this morning.
Green was convicted of murder in hav
ing killed James Lucas at a colored
broom drill, on Sopttmbcr 13, 1897, near
First and N streets southwest. A qunrrcl
nrobO between them, which resulted in
Green cutting Lucas in tho abdomen.
Messrs. Lipscomb nnd Mullownoy ap
peared for "tho Government, alid. ns be
fore Messrs. It. II. Lowis and L. Brown,
inc appeared for Green. Green was
orlglnnlly tried with Fonton Webb, but
tho Inttcr wns acquitted.
Tho following jury was sworn nt half
past two; William Mayllcld, Alfred
Worch, Charles G. Hcltmiillcr, Thomas
K. Spencer, Daniel B. Kenlv, James M.
lint rod, Columbus J. Kslin, John W.
f moot, Charles W. Wood, William H.
Carrlco, Edward Brick and Daniel T.
Green wns very neatly dressed, nnd had
evidently given considerable attention to
ins personal appearance Ho listencu
with close attention to tlio opening speech
for the Government made by Mr. Mul.
lownoy. Tho dofenso reserved their
Tho ilrst witness called was Isabella
Henry. Sho stated that Green was In
toxicated and behaving in a disorderly
mnnncr. A recess was taken in tho
broom drill festivities, 'during which sho
snw Green, Webb nnd Lucas together.
Lucas said, "Don't use such lnncuago
around here, my friend; thoro nro indies
around." Green cursed violently, nnd
Lucas said nor did nothing. She placed
her hand on Lucas' shoulder, saving,
"Jimmy, don't havo any fuss." Ho re
plied Hint ho was not going to havo any
fuss. Pho went to tell Lucas' brother
that ho was about to get Into a fuss.
A KlflTuUXOUT PROMISED.
Perfecting ArrnngcinenlM for tho Itcpub
About ICO people, representatives of
clubs and others, met Inst ovcnlng nt tho
rooms of tho Nntlonnl Republican
League to mnko arrangements for the
Republican parado to-morrow night.
Dr. K. A. Adams, the chainnau of tho
Finance Committee, called the meeting
to order, and after a few remarks, intro
duced Chief Marshal Itobert S. Fletcher,
who presided and will have chargo of
Tho division will be headed by the
Marine. Third Artillery nnd Soldiers'
Mr. Robert S. Fletcher was appointed
chid mnrshal. The nssistant marshals
are Ira Godfrey, Frank K. Ward. Cap
tain Donald McCathran, G. A. Harknes,
E. Southerlnnd, Major M. Trimble, T.
W. Talmadge, W. 0. Douglas's, Frouso
Aldrlch, A. S. Tabor, Dr.. O. A, Leech,
Col. Perry Carson, Androw Glcason, W.
uaivm lirico.itiiiph Wormiey.u.A.-norse,
Oeorgo McLlfresh and Frank Joyce.
The parado will bo formed Into threo
divisions. About 000 wheelmen will
head tho parado, and caoh member will
ho furnished with n Chinese Inntcru. It
is estimated that 6,000 men will bo in
lino, including all tho Stato liopublicnn
associations and clubs. Among tho oltt
side clubs expected are tho "Logan In
vinclbles," of Haltlmoro; tho "Hyatts
villo, Md., and Uladensburg Republican
Clubs;" "Takoma Park, Md., Harrison
and Morton Club;" tho "Mounted Re
publican Club," of Lowlnsvllle, Va.
Fireworks will be displayed all along tho
route. Every man In lino will carry
cTIIfcr a torch or a lantern.
Tho lino will form at Fifth and F
streets. Tho routo of tho procession will
bo down Fifth street to the City Hall, to
Indiana avenue, to Third 6trcct, to Penn
sylvania avenue, to Fifteenth street, up
1' Iftecnth street to 11, tlinnco to Seven
teenth street, to Connecticut avenue, to
Dupont Circlo. down Massachusetts avo
nue, passing the League House, whero a
number of distinguished guests will re
view the parado; thenco to Tenth street,
whero tho clubs will disband.
Thomas Addison, colored, yvas arrested last
night bj Ofllcer Volkman, "charged w 1th steal
lug a dollar from George I.ee. Leo bad the
dollar, holding It In his baud, when Addison
snatched it, as l.co thought, In play, but
wnen he reluseu to return it, J.ce nau mm ar
rested. The funeral of Sir. Ezeklel Frey took place
yciteiday afternoon fipm Ills late residence ou
Thirtieth street, and was largely attended.
Tho sen Ices were conducted by tho ltcv. Dr.
Fullerton, and tho interment, was nt Oak Hill.
Temperature and condltdn of water at 7
a. in.: Great Falls, temperature, 49; condi
tion, !!0j receiving leservblr, temperature, CO;
condition at north connection, 'J3; condition at
soutli connection, ISO; distributing reservoir,
temperature, 54; condition at Influent gate
house, 'M; condition at clllucut sate:houso, 'M.
The Huston Jury Disagree,
Tho "jury In tho caso of Georgo II. Iloslon,
charged with tho embezzlement of money
with which Sirs. Kllza A. brooks had intrusted
him for tho purpose of settllug her deceased
husband's estate, failed to agree, und wero
dlscbaigcdbyJudga .Montgomery last night.
l'lauos$4 per month.
F. G. Smith, 1223 Pennsylvania avenue
bn.L 1 lushes And Astrakhans.
S EATON l'EItltY,
(Successor to Perry & Ilro.)
50 INCHES WIDE SILK SEAL VLUSIIES AT
SI- l'Elt YA111),
27 INCHES WIDE bILK hEAL PLUSH AT $r,
i INCHES WIDE 1ILACK ANII SEAL MLK
PLUSHES AT $.1. 8.1.r.(l,SI.J5 AND id.
IMI'OHTEI) ASTRAKHANS, 00 INCIIEHWIIir:,
IN .MYIirLE OltKEN, SEAL DllOWN AND
11L.VK. AT 8 V AND n.
ISIl'ORTED ALL-WOOL DHfiONAI.S, KKIt-
bEYS AND HEAVERS. IN IILACK, WINE.
CARDINAL, NAVY. SIYIU'LE AND SEAL
AT $1.81 lit) AND 85.
NOVELTIES IN l'LAU) AND STRIPED
CLOniSKOIl CHILDIIKN'S JACKETS AND
COMI'LKTE hTOCKOl" NEW PARIS AND nEH
LIN WRAI'S, .lACKI'.TS. NEWMAHKLTS
AND RAGLANS AT LOWEST I'HICI.S.
NOVELTIES IN SEAL PLUSH JACKETS.
WRAPS AND S10DJESKAS. ItANGINU l'llOji
"EXrilA LAltOE SIZES-' IN SEAL PLUSH
WRAPS AN11 IMPORTED CLOfH RAULANS
u.vui.u rnuu jv.i-ii) sju,
ELEGANT SEAL PLUSI1 SACQUES, ALL
SIZES. RANGING FROM 82n TO V.U
NEW r.U INCH ALL WOOL IIAIIIT CLOTHS. IN
AM. SHADES. ATTfio ANII 1 '
"SPECIAL OFifERINtl" OP r.ll INCH FRENCH
IIKOADCLOTHS AT 81 fU, WOlllll $.
THE CEI.hllRATKI) DEI.ll'S IMPoIlTEI)
HROADCLOTHS. IN UUCK AND ALLT1IU
NEW COLORS. AT $2.0(1.
NOVELTIES IN STRIPED AND CHECKED
ENGLISH SUITINGS AT 82.
NhW 111 INCH ALL-WOOL llENniETTA8. IN
DLACKANDALLCO OlIS. aTTSo. AND 81
NEWlOINCIIbILK WARP HENRIETTAS. IN
A I.I. CO LU Its, AT 1 .'J.i.
NEW () INCH ALL-WOOL HENRIETTAS AND
SERGES. IN IILACK AND ALL COLORS, AT
HEW FRENCH CAMEL'S HAIR IN GREAT
"i:XTH IIARQAINS" IN PARIS COMI1INA-
rsri'LAIN FIGURES AND CORRECT PRICES.
Perry Ilulldlnfr, Pcnnsylvanhi atcnue. corner of
Ninth street. Established ihiij,
r H1M.1AM L1.K
(Successor to Henry Uo't Sons),
332 I'KNN, AVJJ.NUK N. V,,
Uranch oDloe, lOtJ Maryland avo, . w.
UlUl'enn, ave.n. w between 3d aud Itfatl.
EverjtlilUf Jlmt Uata,
Sent to tho Grand Jury.
Henry Mueller got Ilcttlo Tato, of 831 Mary
land nvcnuo southwest, sent to tlio grand Jury
for stcallug his gold watch tliat Ills fattier gavo
him when ho was two jeirs old. lie said that
ho woko up yesterday morning and found Ills
watch gono, Dcttle tried to sell tho watch to
a saloon-keeper, ntid, fulling, hid It In tlio torn
upholstery of a cbnlr-back In tho parlor of tho
USE IT FOR SOUPS.
lleef Ten, Sauces and Made Dishes.
EXTRACT of MEAT.
N. n.-OENUtNH ONLY WITH TAC-SIMll-K
OritAHON LIKIIIO'S ftUlNATUltE IN UI.UK
INK ACItOSS I.AIUX.
Hulil bvHtorekeepiTS.droecrs nnd Druggists.
LIKIIIO'S EXTHAUT OF ?1BAT CO.. L'ttf, Lon
don. Our most ultra styles of
Boys' Garments are made
in such small quantities
that particular parents may
indulge some individuality
of taste in selecting their
sons' costumes, knowing
that duplicates are rare and
not to be found outside our
909 Penna. Ave.
(Suecossors to Jlcaill & Wlthcrow),
1107 E streot a w, Washlnston, D. 0.
good worn; at faik i'mces.
V. BkldwiiV JtJhnson,
Wholesale and Ketall Dealer In
"WoocL aixd. Ooal.
Complete Facilities. llottom Prices.
Full Weight aud Moituro
Wood and Coal direct from the forests and
mines by rail and water, and freo from ala',
sla.e and other Impurities.
GIVE ME A TRIAL.
Stain Yard and omco.', 1 101 It. I. avo. u. w.
lirancb " " nilAst. a.o.
Braneh " " SlU-lWIst. n. w.
Uranuh ofllco for orders, corncrTonth and I sts.
Dniuch ofllco for orders, oorner 13th and SI sts
All connected by telephone
T7"" f! Vt".'- .TTT?1
- m r rm f ViTt.VSrX -" Jil sj, SJ 1 s wf
lrmlllIVf' 111 t-dUlf Innul
Knamol vnur ltanecs tu fro a , ar. tuns euro dm
a week nnd you lmn tlio finest-polkhod stnro In the
woiU. I'or sale Ly slid roccrs aud EtoxiIJcalers.
JAS.L. UAIUIOUII i; SON,
FINE FAMILY FLOUR.
us is ci:ui:s,
GILT 15IIOK or
And you will always havo beautiful Bro.id,
Rolls and Dlsculti Wholesale Depot, ooruor
First street und Iull.iuaiiouue.
W.M M. GALT & CO.
PEERLESS DYES &SJMS5
TORONTO SPEED CONTEST.
Every prenarallon has been madofor
ilonifr tho largost season's business of our
history. Tho storo lias been enlarged
and rnrlpug other Improvements nro yet
under way, Tho stock has been greatly
Increased nnd Is beiim Inorcuscd every
day. Prices nro being ground down to
tho finest possible point.
This department Is stocked
with a variety of Art Pottery
Ware, both useful and orna
mental, and many of the
kinds and shapes arc rich,
rare and beautiful.
ROSE JARS More than
20 shapes and qualities in
Owari, Kaga, Imari and Li
moge Ware, designed and
colored in picturesque Chi
nese and Japanese effects.
30c. to $8 each.
Flno Fruit and I.unoh Plates of Tokto, Tapes
try and Vienna Waro, In Japanese colorings.
Salad Howls and Dishes of Imarl Ware.
Crackor Jars, Chocolate and Tea Tots of
Kajra. Toklonnd Imarl Wnro.
Lnrco arlcty of Ink Stands of Vienna and
French Dronze, In nttractlvo shapes.
A magnificent assortment
of Ornaments, both useful
and otherwise, in Pitchers,
Card-receivers, Vases, etc.,
in a thousand-and-one shapes,
conspicuous for their oddity
and uniqueness, especially de
signed for table, mantel and
These embrnco Huncarlan, Royal Worcostcr,
EiirIIsIi Tapestry, Topll'zV old Ivory and other
equally rare and beautiful Wares.
Exquisite lino of Vonctlan, Hungarian and
llohemlan Glass ornaments, such fas Card-re-to'.
era, uses. Jugs, Pitchers, etc,
A variety of shapes In Bisque Flffuros.
A myriad ot other small nrtlclqs In tho various
ware, such ni Individual llutters, Toothpick
Holders, Ash-rccclvers, llono Dishes, Hatch
A lino of Tcrra-Cotta Figures, Heads, etc.
All sires In Fug Doss, Deer, Hounds, etc., of
These goods were secured
especially on account of their
appropriateness as holiday
gifts, birthday and wedding
presents, and now is a good
time to make a selection,
while the assortment is com
plete. (First floor; left of main cntrnncc.)
WOODWARD & LOTHROP,
Cornor litis nnd F Streets N". IV.
EDWARD F. DR(QOP,
021 rKXMA. AVE.NUHv .
Catlnud oxamliio tho largo ftloctejof u(r f
tlablcr & nro., A.D. Chaso. Marshall & Wen
dell. Wlieelook, Deoker & Son, llrlgjs, Qrovo
Btcen it Fuller and o',hf r
Hanos sold on liisullineots, Exclianijod,
Itemed, ltepalred, Tuned, Moved and, atorod.
Sheet Music, foicl n and domestic: Musleal
m(bo.,cte.. constantly on hand. Uanjo, Oultar,
Mandolin, Violin and Cello Strings a spcotaltjr.
Grand, Upright and Square
SECOND-HAND 1'IANOS, a lino assortmoat
of prominent makes nt all pricus.
-1'IANOS FOIt ItiSNT.-
"VVm. Rnabe &
817 Market Space.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
& UKAWr-UHU aim
Iia tlio Only Shoo
SOLD DIRECT TO THE CONSUMES
BY THE MANUFACTURER.
00a im:nna. avj:.
Burnstino Loan Office,
301 l'enii. Am N. W.
Money loaned on Gold and
Watolies, lildmonil., Jowelry, PIstoK (iun-i, Li
lea' ami lienllem"ii'.-t wearing
Old Uold ami Sin er uotinnt.
Unredeomcil rieil-ci tor dilo,
RIDER & ADDISON,
Wholewlo and Detail Doalenln
PAPER, BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
H 14 Ululitli Nt. N. IV., near l'. Avo.
OrildrHor lequests tor riuotations Klvon por
ton.! attoiitlnn. und satUlactloi) cuuruuteuU In
price und 0,'iallty.
S. L. W11.1.UTT,
Vermont live, und Jt. n, r,
Cho'coOioc cries, Meati and I'rovlsloiu.
Tho Hunt (food, at tlio lowest l'f leuj.
(Iiiteriiiitloiiul for Worlil'n ennui.
lliilnesicoriojpondoiico and el loitl
mony: lioLD Ml'.DAU l9." wordi per minute.
Sll.VlIlt MKDAU 03-11 WQrdnper mluuto
Memorised nentenoi) (lire, inlniito) flllU
word i-nriiiitly wrnwn. luuijrupii ion
W TnA lat '"l'""mi",
Wyckoff9 Ssamans & Banedlct
Cor. 8th and F Sts. N. W.
MTMMI A fit
I JUL. JLAVU-UIJ1J.AVJ.1 Vk WWij
1218 and 1 220 F
OF THE LATEST DESIGNS AND SUPERIOR MAKES.
A display of Drapery, I.nco Cur
1 11 1 in, etc,, is III bo mmlo durlnr No
vember, nlilcli no I"ih 3011 to n
Come mul looU nt it, .
PLENTY OF LIGHT
To Inspect and judgo for yourself all classosof goods, and wo
tako ploasuro In calling attention to a few special articles, which
we think at such figures as will merit all we advortlso.
A splcudld Solid Staliogany Parlor
Suit, contains 5 pieces, Web or Laco
Cheap Parlor Suits as low as $25 per
A splendid Oak Bedroom Suit, 3 pieces,
at $ 2 1.50.
Ono suit, 3 pieces, Solid Oak, at $28.
Of this suit tvo hnvo sold over 100 suits,
and its salo is Its RUarantco.
TABLES, CABINETS, &c,
At all priced.
WE CLAIM THAT AS DEALERS
To bo able to soil to you as low and treat you with tho best vaU
ues that Is possible, and solicit your inspection, and also your
personal judgment with regard to any and all such goods car
ried by us.
We make tho repairing and reupholstering of furniture a spe-
clalty, and shall try to bo prompt, and we desire to please.
W. H. Houghton 8c Co.
1 2 1 8 and 1 220 F STREET N. W.
1 Telephone. lOS-n, ""' """I'oniiminlcntions by mull proniptlynnrrrcre(l.
n WA ',H', ' if C
B. BHRNUM S CO
931 Pennsylvania Avenue..
Raisins, Figs, Prunes, Nuts, Dates, Malaga
Grapes, Bananas, Florida Oranges
JOHN H. MAGRUDER,
1417 New York Ave. and I I 22 Connecticut Ave.
Headquarters Gents' Fine Shoes.
I'orpoiHe, JCuiiK'iioo mul Ciilf Nliocs (o Nnlt lcrono nt
GARTRELL'S, 900 Seventh Street.
Gas Stoves for Cooking!
Has Boilers nt S1.1S and 81.80 for Instantly maklnit Tea or Coffeo.
l'or larsu and mull familial. . Just tlio stove for surumor mo, u you oxtlujiiUu thvi ilro tin
luataut the looxIok U iloue, tir aalobytlio
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY,
413 Teix-bii. Street JST. "W
& ALL PRICES,
Tho bnlcony iirouuil llrt floor of out?
Nloro contains n lino of ltoekinpr Clin I w,
listen, Ncieens unit lliinihoo Work
ulileh iitnlio Mplcuillil present), mul
npcclnl, prices Ttlll ho inuilrt.
JlilX.1 ilLKIl 11UVUJ,
Cocoa Mats and Matting.
A splendid 5-framo Body Brussols i
$1 per yard, niado, laid and lined.
Moqucttos from$l to $1.50.
Bcmnants at almost your own pi Ices.
The Tardy Scholar
Is usually tlio poorest scholar, Tlio man wh
tardy In pcttlos Ills clotlilnp lias tho
poorest selection. Wo men
3 Special Overcoats
In Fine Rough Beavers.
"Sohuabol" GMnoliiila Beavor, Volvat
"So'anabel" Elysian Boaver, Quilted
Silk Faoing, $36.
"Solinabel" FnvBeavor, lined tlivongh
out with "Puro Silk." Nothing
i bj r.
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