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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE14, 1891.
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WITH THE JOLLY ELKS.
A 1UG OKOAVD ACCOMPANIES THEM
TO MAnSHATjI IIAI.Ii.
One of the Plcasiintont anil IMost Sue
cnsHful Kxcuislons or tho Sonson
3:ntortninmcnt nt the Hall "Who
Twclvo hundred guests accompanied tho
Elks on their excursion to Marshall Hall on
Wednesday evening. This will give some
Idea of tho popularity of this excellent
charitnhlo organization. Tho members of
the order vied with each other as to who
should do most for tho pleasure and comfort
of their guests. As the Macalcster approached
tho wharf at Marshall Hall tho whole
grounds wero seemingly ablaze with red
and Wub lights, while the background was
beautifully illuminated with hundreds of
Chinese lanterns. A happy surprise for tho
excursionists was the rendition of a woll
arranged programme on the "west verandah of
the mansion, under the management of Mr.
George D. Scott. E. B. Hay, Exalted Grand
Ruler of tho United States, was introduced
and said: "You aro here to ho abused or
amused as we see fit, for you
can't run away. You have proven
by your presence that you are willing to aid
us in building our new home, and in so
doing assist us in giving a shelter to tho poor
and worthy of this noble order. I am desir
ous," said he, "of disabusing the minds of
people in general of the Idea that this is not
an order, as Is supposed by many, of a body
of men banded together purely for personal
and selfish reasons, but directly the reverse.
It is one of unostentatious charity." Bro.
Will II. Haley then rendered several llute
solos, Bro. Prico entertained the guests with
comic songs, and the "only" Tim Murphy
gave several choice recitations. Mr. and Mrs.
Giles Shlnoacted admirably a part of tho com
edy scene from "The Hunchback."
Among tho hundreds "who wero present
were Mr. and Mrs. George D. Scott, Professor
and Mrs. Cardella, Mr. and Mrs. B. U. Keyser,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Huett, Mr. and Mrs. Rose,
Captain and Mrs. Newmeyer, Mr. and Mrs.
Justin McCarty, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fanning,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brill, Mr. and Mrs.
George Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Gheen, Mr.
and Mrs. F. B. Clarkson, Mr. and Mrs. George
Rae, Mr. and Mrs. Heygster, Mrs. Emily
Thorntou Charles and Judge Reilly, Maj.
Thornton and Mrs. Seeley, of Cincinnati,
Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Abner, Mr. H.
L. Blount and lady, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. O'Neil, Mrs. and Miss Baker, the Messrs.
Carew, Brandt, Roadway, Betz, McMonlaal,
Bain,Barry, Smith, Mitchell, Booth, Treadway,
O'Loughlin, and Shannon, Miss Mollle
Young, of West Virginia; Miss Nettie Don
neUy, of Alexandria; Captain and Miss Regan,
Dr. Straight, J. C. Beardsley, Jack Meading,
Will Covert, Maj. Urell, Frank Johnson,
Capt. Gillin, Jesse Grant, Morgan
Pruett, Georgo Chadwick, Peter J. Cambell,
of Baltimore; J. J. White, J.J. Clark, Kansas
City; Jcko Brill, T. J. Betts, A. M. Armruster,
George Deitrich, J. D. Burns, Uonard Spen
cer, J. Harry King, W. Douab. rh. Robert
White, Will Somerville, Maj. O'Brien,
Patrick Moore, F. G. McCormick, Lieut. Vail,
Henry Peterson, Frank Lewis, P. McLaughlin,
Dr. Williams, Moses Sinsheimer, George
Jones. Col. William Dixon, Lieutenant and
Mrs. Frank Paige, Henry Sanderson, Misses
Sanderson, Mr. and Mrs. FIndley, Mr. and
Mrs. Strausburtr, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hendlev,
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hendley, H. C. McGrew,
Mr. and Mrs. Do Putron, A. L. Skid
more, A. C. Rawlins, Mr. Ed McDonald,
J. C. Maxwell, Joseph Darr, Ed Abner,
George S. Atwater, Rudolph Ball,
Alfred L. Baker, R. A. Bishop, E. B.
B1166, C. G. Bollinger, C. O. Brill,
Daniel E. Cahill and lady, Alfred Caruo,
E. C. DePutron, August Dougla6, W.H. Doug
las, Joseph Fanning, George Fntcb, Jacob
Held, J. J. Hogan, J. W. Hudnall,
Mrs. Marion P. Hubbard, Joseph E.
Irland, M. D. Jacobs. Charles Jacobson,
Thomas J. King, S. G. Kinsley, Louis Kohler,
Geonre F. Kozel, H. E. Leech, J. N. Lonman,
Thomas J. Myers, R. A. Parke, J.
1". Potts, Charles S. Rawlings, Charles
POTOMAC IilTERAUY OliUB.
nuperius, ueorce a. Bmitn, jj. H.
Smith, Frank Schwarz, M. V. Tierney, R. J.
Walker. Thomas Walsh, Joe E. Rawlings,
vicuige x. . uruzuurm, ana . u. onine
BiiJl'alo Public Building Site.
The Sicretary of the Treasury has directed
that the new public building at Buffalo, N. Y.,
be located on what Is known as the "Baptist
Church site," provided that property can be
obtained within the limit of 000,000, or iu
case a satisfactory bond as furnished to in
demnify the Government for all expense in cx-cess-of
that limit. This action is in accord
with tire unanimous recommendation of the
site commission, of which Assistant Secretary
Crounso Is president. The Secretary also ap
proved the suggestion of tho commission that
iu case this property cannot bo obtained, the
block immediately east, bounded by Elllcott,
Swan, Oak, and South Division streets, be
chosen as tho site.
Delegates to the Pressmen's Union.
Mr. C. W. Miller, president, and Mr. T. J.
Hawkins, secretary of the International Print
ing Pressmen's Union, will arrive In this city
to-day en route to tho convention which
meets on tho IGth instant at Detroit, Mich.
Mr. James E. Hardy, representative-elect of
the local union, wllljoln them and accompany
them to their destination. A committee of
the local union has been designated to attend
to their wants while In the city and to make
their stay as agreeable as possible.
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Land Entries Go to Patent.
In the cases of the United States against
Richard P. Robertson and forty others, known
as "the Holt and Eddy cases," involving
forty-one ca6h entries In the Las Cruces (New
Mexico) land district, Commissioner Carter
has decided that they come within the provi
sions of section seven of the act of March 8,
1891, and therefore should be confirmed and
pass to patent.
Glen Echo Chautauqua Opening.
Glen Echo Chautauqua will be formally
opened on Tuesday afternoon at 2:80. An
attractive programme of literary and relig
ious exorcises has been prepared. Rev. T,
DeWJtt Talmago -will he the orator of tho
Ono hundred per cent, in 3 months, How
i6 that for an investment ? 'Monoy placed in
Northwest Alexandria will bring that result.
Talk It oyer with A. M. Gorman, manager,
608 Thirteenth etreet northwest
An Enjoyable Time at Its I!iut Meeting
of tho Season.
Tho Potomac Llberary Club hold Its last
meeting of tho season Tuesday night at the
art-rooms of Mrs. I. R. Morrell, S04 E street
northwest, Dr. O. T. Presbroy road an in
teresting papor on "Sights and Scouca in tho
Yollowstono Park." Tho miscellaneous pro
grammo Included piano 6olos by Miss Katio
Putnam, Miss S. E. Jonos, and Mr. F. Oscar
Elmore, recitations by Mrs. M. 3. Beall and
Mr. S. K. Hall, vocal solo by Miss Marguoritto
Nolan, aud flute and piano duet by Mr. II. W.
T. Jonncr and Professor Edwin R. Hart.
After a farewell eoccch by tho president tho
club adjourned to moot Soptembor 14 at tho
country Beat of Mr. It. A. Phillips, Alexandria
County, to colcbrato tho twenty-third anni
versary of ita organization. Among those
present wero Professor L. It. Klcmm, Miss
E. C. Horrick, Mrs. E. Seyffarth, Dr.
W. A. Harries, tho Misses Nisbet, Mrs.
Dr. George Vasoy, Miss Vasoy, Mr.
B. Israoli, Miss Irono Barnes, Mr. and Mrs.
Georgo A. Bacon, Kato Field, James E.
Underbill, Miss Mamlo Austin, Miss Mary
Flagler, Mrs. Varney, Miss Ida Fallo Ballln
gor, Miss Keoblo, Mr. and Mrs. James Henry
Bradford, Miss Warden, Miss Lucy A. Hor
rick, Judge and Mrs. Kilpatrick, Mrs. G. G.
Stovons, Dr. and Mrs. D. B. Lamb, Mrs. M.
J. Tully, Dr. and Mrs. O. T. Presbroy, Mrs.
Georgo Presbroy, Mrs. Charles Leucs, the
Misses Ebort, Dr. and Mrs. Hartlcbon, Cap
tain and Mrs. M. A. Austin. Mr. W. C.
Stlorlin, Mrs. W. W. Baker, Dr. J. W. Col
lins, Miss Hattio Rand, Mrs. Emma Johnson,
Judge Owen Relley, Mr. and Mrs. I. R.
Trombly, Misses Delia and Nettlo Tunc, Mr.
E. J. Pullman, Mrs. Ada Bell. Mrs. Maria
Stlerllu, Mary E. Donnison, author of "That
Husband of Mine;" Mr. R. P. Dayton, Mrs.
W. S. Eaton, Georgo C. Gwyun, secretary of
tho club; Professor D. Schutch, and Mrs. In
THE POACHERS AT WORK.
TIio Government's Policy to Bo An
Information was received hero yesterday
from Victoria, B. C, that the 6teamer Danube
sailed Friday from there to meet tho sealing
fleet off Sand Point, Shumagin Islands, and
bring back tho outside catch already made,
which Is reported as being 20,000 seals, after
which tho fleet, numbering f orty-nlno vessels,
will sail for Bering Sea, same as last year, ex
pecting no lnterferenco. It Is expected that
the Government's policy in regard to the
closing of Bering Sea to the sealing fleot will
bo announced tomorrow.
Trouble Which Lied to a Killing.
Media, Pa., Juno 13. Frank Qulnn,
charged with the killing of William J.
Brown during the troubles over the strike at
the Standard Steel Works in South Chester
in March last, and who has been on trial hero
tho past threo days, was acquitted to-day.
Quinn was discharged and the case of the
other threo men indicted with him on the
samo offense George Gell, Alfred Gell, and
John Cripps will bo taken up by the District
Attorney on Monday. It Is expected that the
bills of indictment against them will be sub
mitted to the jury without evidence and a
verdict of not guilty taken at the request of
tho District Attorney. The trouble wliich led
up to ttio killing of "Brown arose over the em
ployment of Quinn and the others in the place
of the strikers at the steelworks. Frequent
threats had been made against the men who
took the strikers' places, and It was In an at
tack by the strikers on Quinn and his com
panions that Brown was shot and killed.
Tho Secretary of the Treasury has Informed
tho Societary of State that tho Department
recently decided that a weaving machine used
Inweaving shawls, hoods, tldlea, stockings,
etc., brought Into this country by a Swiss Im
migrant, a weaver by trade, and Intended for
use in his business and not imported for uso
in any manufacturing establishment or for
sale, was entitled to free entry as a "tool of
trade," and that it is likely the samo ruling
would apply to machines used by artisans at
Chemnitz in tho manufacture of hosierv and
textile gloves, tho machines being owned by
tho operators and worked by hand. The
question was presented by the United States
consil at Chemnitz in order to answer in
quiries or artisans contemplating immigra
tion. . . i
Ground Plan for World's Pail.
Tho estimates, elevation, and ground plan
for tho Government building at the World's
Columbian Exposition have been submitted
to and formally approved by the Secretary of
the Treasury, tho Postmaster General, and
tho Secretary of tho Interior, these officials
being required by law to paBS upon the plans
of all buildings constructed for the uso of tho
Goveinmcnt of tho United States. This is tho
last local formality to be complied with pre
vious to tho advertisement for bids and tho
lotting of tho contracts for construction.
The Chicago Bridge.
Next Monday the War Department, in ac
cordance with its determination based upon
the opinion of tho Attorney General, will send
to Chicago the order requiring the plans of
tho Canal-street bridge to be chaugod to pro
vent obstruction to commerce. Tho order
will probably bo transmitted to tho local
authorities by tho engineer officer In Chicago
by the middle of next week, with a notlco
that two or threo months' time will bo allowed
the city to make tho changes.
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Indian Grazing Leases.
Acting Secretary Chandler has approved
grazing leases on tho Crow Indian Reservation
in Montana, amounting to 840,000 acres. Tho
leasoa run threo years and net tho Indians
during that term $89,841, tho prices per aero
ranging from 3 cents to 8,05 cents. The
number of stock is limited on averago of
about ono head to every twenty-five acres of
Tho National Flag.
By u formal order Issued from tho War
Department tho field or union of tho national
Hag in use in tho Army will on and after
July 4 next consist of forty-four stars In six
rows, the upper and lower rows to have eight,
and tho second, third, fourth, and fifth rows
seven stars each, in a blue field.
Ono hundred per cent. In 3 months. How
Is that for an Investment ? Money placed in
Northwest Alexandria will bring that result.
Talk it over with A. M . Gormau, manager,
(J03 Thirteenth street northwest.
Go to tho Bellvuo Dairy, 1431 P street north
west, for bottled milk kept in a Refrigerator,
J'uot foul water."
RUSSIAN VS. AMERICAN HOGS.
An Entorprlso Which Compotes Injuri
ously With Our Own.
Secretary Rusk Is in receipt through tho
Stato Department of a cbmmuntcatlon from
Consul Gcnoral Edwards,atBorHn,roforringto
a recontly established ontcrprlso In Russia,
tho object of which is to supply tho British
markets with bacon. Tho organization un
dertaking this now departuro Is known as tho
British Bacon Company, and Its prospectus,
which accompanies tho Consul Gcnoral'a
communication, states that it has acquired a
valuablo concession from tho Russian Govorn
mont, by which it is onabled to oporato on
Eartlcularly advantageous terms tho slaughter
ouso and curing factory at Grlaza. Tho
special advantage claimed undor tho conces
sion in question, which Is for a period of
twenty-ono years from August, 1889, is that it
Includes a contract with tho Minister of Ways
and Communication for a special quick
through transit from Grlazn to tho port of
Llban on tho Baltic Soa, owing to
which It will bo In n position to do
dollver tho bacon at English and Scotch ports
within ten daysof it? leaving tho factory at an
averago cost for transport of two shillings and
ninopenco per hundredweight, being less
than tho cost of transit from Chicago to Liver
pool, and tho time of transit being so much
shorter than tho bacon can bov mild cured, a
circumstance, it la alleged, that secures for It
in tho British markot a much higher value. It
Is asserted that owing to this fact Irish, Ger
man, and Danish bacon is now being sold in
London at fifty-five to sixty-seven shillings
per hundredweight, whilo Amorican brings
only thirty-two to thirty-eight shillings.
Interesting Reminiscences or Distin
Baltimore, Juno 13. On Monday tho
Baltimoro American will colobratolts ono hun
dred and eighteenth anniversary by tho publi
cation of a big trado edition. An Interesting
feature is tho long real estato advertisement,
In 1773, of Col. Georgo Washington, of Mount
Vornon. Va. Letters aud telegrams havo
been received from all parts of tho country,
giving congratulations and reminiscences In
connection with the anniversary. Ono is from
Samuel Sands, now ninety-two years old. who,
as a printer's devil in tho office of ttio Ameri
can in 1814, when all tho men connected
with tho paper had gone to defend
Baltimoro against the British, set up in tyno
'The Star Spangled Banner" from "tho copy
which Francis Scott Key brought to tho office.
Mr. Joseph B. McCullough, tho editor of tho
St. Louis Globe-Democrat, writes that in 1864
he reported tho Republican convention In
short hand for the American, being his first
convention work, and Col. Alexander K. Mc
Clure, editor of tho Philadelphia Times, says
that years ago he was one of tho American's
rural correspondents. Somo of tho most
eminent men in tho Stato of Maryland havo
been connected with It. All these and many
others send message? concratulatlng Gen.
Felix Acnus on his succeb-ful management of
LAME, BLIND, AND BEDRIDDEN.
A Curious Crovd From All Parts of the
Pittsburg, June 13. A crowd of from
10,000 to 15,000 people were packed in and
about Father, Mollinger's church on Mount
Troy this morning. Fully one-third of thoso
present wero invalids who had como for relief,
while nearly all of tho others wero drawn to
the scene through curiosity.
It was St. Anthony's Day, and tho lame
blind, and bedridden had made their way from
all parts of the United States to meet the fam
ous faith curist and return home well. It was
a curious crowd, made up of all classes, the
wealthy and Intelligent jostling tho poor and
ignorant In their eagerness to feel Father Mol
linger's touch. In order to accommodate all,
masses wero held every hour from daylight
until 10 o'clock, but long before the time set
for the first mass every seat in tho church was
taken and there was no more standing room.
Hundreds of people remained up all night to
get into tho holy edifice as soon tho doors
wero thrown open. A few minutes before 5
o'clock Father Molllngor appeared and for
five hours he -was kept busy anointing and
blessing the sick.
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A Railroad Playing "Bluff."
Omaha, Ned., June 13. John M. Thurston
opened tho Union Paclflc-Rock Island bridge
case this morning for tho defendants. Ho
charged that tho s-ilt was merely a bluff on
tho part of the plaintiffs to gain an advantage
over tho Union Pacific, and that tho Rock
Island and Milwaukee roads had never In
tended to build a bridge over tho Missouri
River. Ho held that tho contract was not tho
Bamo as tho ono agreed upon at tho New
York conference, but ho admitted that tho
statement could not bo proved. Ho hold that
In abrogating tho contract tho Union Pacific
was only protecting Its own Interests, as when
the stockholders ratified the contract they did
so without fully understanding Its terms.
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"Lynched hy a Mob.
Bristol, Ten-x., Juno 13. Bob Clarko, a
young mulatto, under arrest for ravishing
Mrs. John Warren, was given a preliminary
investigation yesterday and this morning.
Tho ovldonco was wholly circumstantial. It
Is known that ho had been trying to effect an
entrance Into rooms of young ladles for a
month. At 1 o'clock a mob, two thousand
Btrong, took Clarke from the city jail, carried
him to tho outskirts of town, and hung him
with a trace chain to a chestnut tree.
Parlor Oar to Deer Park and Oak
land. Beginning on Monday, June 15, upon which
day the season at Deer Park and Oakland will
open, tho Baltimoro and Ohio Railroad Com
pany will attach a Pullman buffet parlor car
to the Chicago vestlbuled limited express
leaving Camdem Station, Baltimore, at 10;20
A. M., and Washington at 11:80 A. M and
running through without change to Grafton,
stopping at Deer Park at 5;30 P. M., and Oak
land at 5;42 P. M. Returning car will bo
placed on the Chicago vestlbuled limited
express leaving Grafton at 8;35 A. M. on
Tuesday, June 10, and stopping at Oakland
at 10:47 A. M., and Deer Park at 10:59 A, M.,
arriving at Washington at 4:45 P. M and Bal
timore at 5;50 P. M.
Northwest Alexandria, Washington's hand
somest suburb, GO dally trains, 13 minutes'
ride, 6 cents fare. A. M. Gorman, manngor,
608 Thirteenth street northwest.
HOT, DID YOU SAY?
Well, it's your own fault. Why don't you wear a neglige or puff
bosom shirt ? There is nothing that compares to our line of these goods.
We believe it is no idle boast to say we have the largest and best se
lected assortment in town. As regards prices we can suit your purse
and your desire for comfort and beauty at the same time. Our line com
prises all the new fabrics, and are made either to be worn laundered or
not, as the purchaser wishes. Along with the shirts we have all the
other requisites, as ties, belts, and sashes.
Our sash is the "Simplex," a perfect model of style and simplicity;
price, $1.50 and $2.00.
While purchasing your shirts don' t forget our straw hats. We have
them from 50c. to $3.00, any and every style you wish.
One-Price Hattcr and. !Flri.inislieis3
912 P Street Northwest.
R. L. POLK & CO.'S
Maryland anil District of Columbia Gazetteer.
The above work Is now under way. It will
contain a carefully-compiled list of all tho
MANUFACTURERS, FARMERS, BUSI
NESS, and PROFESSIONAL PEOPLE doing
business throughout the STATE of MARY
LAND and the DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA,
including a complete BUSINESS DIRECT
ORY OF BALTIMORE CITY, and descriptive
GAZETTEER of EVERY POST OFFICE,
CITY, TOWN, and VILLAGE, and every ex
ertion will bo mado to make it full and com
pleto in every detail and a true reflex of tho
BUSINESS prosperity of tho above places.
As the work will bo thoroughly canvassed
throughout the Stato and District and will
necessarily havo a-largo and varied circula
tion, special attention Is called to its excel
lency as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM, anfl
wo trust you will givo our agent when he calls
an opportunity to explain the many advan
tages you will derive by advertising in it; also
its value as a rofcrenco book and medium to
address circulars by.- Respectfully,
n. Xi. jpoji.lv. fc co..
Publishers BALTIMORE CITY DIRECTORY,
112 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Md.
I would like to inform the pub
lic that I will go to any part of
the District, at any time, to wit
ness signatures and take acknowl
edgments. Charges very moderate.
William F. Thomas,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND REAL
COR. TWELFTH AND G STREETS N. W.
WM. F. GUDB.
"Faust Beer" Is guaranteed to be straight
lager and 6lx months old.
A. (HIDE & BRO.,
1112 F Street Northwest.
Telephone, 9693. 423 Centre Market.
FINE ROSES AND CUT FLOWERS A
Green-Houses, Anacostla, D. C.
MOTH-PROOF RUGS, ROBES, AND SKINS
CHOICE GIFTS OF GAME PANELS
FEATHER SCREENS.HEADS OF BIG
GAME, AND OTHER NOVEL
TIES ARE UNIQUE.
1310 3?Al. -A.VDB. IV. "W.
ORKNEY SPRINGS AND BATHS, SHEN
andoah County, Va., F. Tennoy fc Co.,
lessees an,d proprietors. "Bear Wallow,
Healing Arsenic, Sulphur and Iron Springs."
Bowling alley, shooting gallery, lawn tennis,
archery, and other amusements; splendid rides
and drives. Largest swimming pool In Vir
ginia. Hot and cold baths. Tho three hotels
aro supplied with water from the mountain.
Seven cottages. Accommodations for 1,000.
Altitude 2,800 feet above sea level; cool and
dry; sanitation perfect. No mosquitoes. Dr.
O. W. Chancellor, of Baltimoro, and Dr. F. T.
Chamberlain, of Washington, will bo In at
tendance. Prof. Shroedor's brass and string
band will furnish music. Address F. TEN
NEY & CO., National Hotel, Washington,
D. C, until June 15, after that at Orkney
ACADEMY OF THE HOLY CROSS, 1312
Maes, avenue, embraces thorough Prepar
atory and Scientific Couases, and affords every
advantage in Literature, Music, and Art.
Piano, Harp, Violin, Guitar, and Banjo Les
sons given. General Vocal, Drawing, and
Fancy Work free.
Alkaline J4thi Water, aleo Kup
r)or Iron and Freestone Waters
O D D I ft I C S D.' teniperature. Larceat
PKINIlN SwimmlnK Pool of Alkaline Lilhia
Wntii.Jn th.i.A.liI uHHAl. a .
t...v. ... vuv 1JW..U. MUlPtU RHm
recover and tbo well are always
happr. bond for Pamphlet" and
ooms, yt . a, hale, frop.
TV "R. MAPKATl.
street, Washington, D.
A handsome profit will bo quickly realized
by investing in Northwest Alexandria. A. M
Gorman, manoger, 003 Thirteenth street
The Bellvue Dairy Farm's bottled milk Is
pronounced "The Best.U ,
LANSBDRGH & BRO.
OUR STOCK. OF HOT WEATHER MATE
RIALS Forms quite an interesting feature.
FIGURED LAWNS, 5, 8, 10, 12Jc. per
FIGURED BATISTE, 12Jc. per yard.
FIGURED CHALLIES, 5c. per yard.
FIGURED .CHALLIES, some at 121c. ner
BEAUTIFUL DRESS GINGHAMS IN A
CHECKS, PLAIDS, STRIPES, AND PLAIN
131c per yard.
OUTING CLOTHS in new ideas, 10 and
12jc. per yard.
WHITE MATERIALS of all kinds.
Whether you want the India Linen
at Sc. per yard or the fine Mulls.
Our stock embraces all those
materials that aro termed White
Wd buy our goods in advance, look to their
proper bleaching considerable depends upon
this for if your White materials arc not
correctly bleached they will turn yellow and
OUR 12Jc. QUALITY INDIA LINEN is a
superior number for that price.
OUR 15 AND ISc. QUALITIES are ex
OUR 25c. number Is as good as the quality
we retailed before at 80c. per yard.
OUR WHITE MULLS, ORGANDIES,
AND FINE SWISSES are all fabrics of tho
most careful selection.
CHECK NAINSOOK FOR APRONS
AND CHILDREN'S DRESSES.
For 6i, S, 10, and 12Jc. per yard.
In conjunction with tho above we carry all
the trimmings generally used In tho construc
tion of these materials.
EMROIDERIES In all the different
widths and qualities.
LACES of all kinds.
MUSLIN AND CAMBRIC UNDERWEAR
Wc make a specialty of Bridal Outfits.
Flno Underwear claims our special consider
ation. We guarantee each and every piece of Under
wear bought from us, po matter what price.
Wo carry a better assortment of tho medium
and fine goods, yet to prove to you that wo
cater for all classes of trado we havo laid out
ono lot of Underwear at such low prices that
wo feel satisfied will crowd our Underwear
DRAWERS mado of good muslin, full size,
with li Inch hem, three tucks, In size 23 to 29.
DRAWERS made of good muslin, cambric
ruffle, with three tucks and tucks above tho
ruffle. Price, 39c, in all sizes.
DRAWERS mado of muslin, embroidery
ruffle and 6 tucks above, in all sizes. Price.
CORSET COVERS mado of cambric, cut V
back and front, in all sizes. Price, 25c.
DRESSING SACQUES AND BLOUSES
IIVASSAR SHIRTS-So comfortable and
1 cool. Price, $1.25,
$1.08, $1.98. All
sizes in stock.
SHIRT WAISTS FOR MISSES AND BOYS
BEAUTIFUL VARIETY OF STYLES.
Belts of all kinds Silk Belts,
. T1 ,, . Cotton Belts.
,, Sash Belts for ladles and gentlemen.
One lino of Beautiful Ties, 17c.
Ono line of Beautiful Ties, 19c,
Oue line of Beautiful Ties, 23c.
Ladies' Mull Ties, beautiful styles, 121c,
Ladies' Mull Ties, fine goods, 21c, worth
Mall orders for any goods will recelvo our
Shopping by mail is now simplified to such
an extent that people living in any part of the
United States where mall or express can reach
them can havo goods shipped them as care
fully filled as if they camo in person.
Our store Is kept delightfully cool by our
patent cooling fans no annoyance suffered
from heat or jfles.
A postal from you will fetch our man, aud
ho will give you an estimate on your awning
work. We put up Awnings as low as $3,
Mosquito Canopies already made.
Tarlatan and Mosquito Netting for picture
420, 402, 424, 420 SEVENTH STREET.
The Latest Novelties in Milliner.
515 ELEVENTH ST. N. W.