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THE- fTMEa' TUESDAY, 'ATTCHJST 6,: 1895.
ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ!ZZZZZ!'Is not dueyet-by any means.
You'll have lots of use for THIN-CLOTHES' yet. Let us
supply you with whatever HOT WEATHER garments
you need, then you'll be sure of getting the very best ob
tainable at the price you pay.
Serge Suits $J0, $12. $15 and up.
Serge Coats $4, $5, $6 and $7.50.
"Thin Coats 50c. to $2.
Thin Coats and Vests $2.5tkto $5.
Duck Pants, $4 and S3 ones, $2.
Duck Pants, $2 and $1.50 ones, $.
All Outing Suits -3 OFF regular prices. Negligee
Shirts 50C. t $4.00 ad everything else you could possi
bly need at proportionately low prices.
Let us supply your Shoes and you won't have to suffer
from ill-fitting uncomfortable footwear. "We'll save you
money, too. , ,
Robinson, Chery & Co.
I2TH AND F STS. gHXfca
C. C. BRYAN,
1413 New York Ave.
IS SELLING HIS
At GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
in all our prices
during our August
clearance sale. We
are clearing out
odds and ends at
next to nothing.
Special Pants Sale . . $1.48
Regular value, J2 to 2.!a
Odils MA Eofls &raannVrS
Salts (worth 3. R50, H, 15, and
IT), not in every size
See Coals, always
CoM Keglige SMrts . -. 48c
In variety of elegant patterns.
I Garner & Co.,
i N. E. Cor. 7th and H.
Credit pure and simple is
what we offer you. No ne
cessity of doing- without
Eg LOW PRICES enables you
10 iurnisn your nome at
trifling- cost compared with
what you have had to pay
heretofore. Our easy-payment
plan relieves you of
anj' anxiet3 about payments.
No Notes. .No Security.
Your promise is all we ask.
Mayer & Pettit,
415 7th St. N. W.
eling at short notice is the
style shown in this drawing.
in quite a number of qualities
KNEESSI, 425 7th St. N. W.
Breeptiou to Mrs. Beaucbamp.
An Informal reception was tendered Mrs.
Francis E. Bcauchamp, assistant record-'
lng secretary of the National Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, from 3:30
to B to-day at the headquarters of the local
society, room No. 910 F street northwest.
The ladles or tbe r. W. C. T. U. and tbe
W's' hare arranged the entertainment, to
which oil White Eibbonera have been In
IM ;-? js
WATER AT THE
TO SUCCEED 11 H.STIERWOOD.
J. Edwin Wllfcon Appointed AxKlHtnnt
J. Edwin Wilson, son of Jesfe B. WiUon,
of tbe Lincoln National Bank, bos been
appointed assistant city postmaster to
succeed Honry Sherwood, whom Post
master James Willett bad retained as
assistant until be could become thoroughly
familiar with tic vi ork of the office.
Mr. Wilson is at present superintendent
of the supply- rtlvltion of tlie rstoffico
Department, wLtre tbe qualifications tbat
recommended biin for bis new position htd
blm for four years. It is said tbat be was
orfered bis choice between the -position he
has taken und that of chief clerk in the
Fostofficc Department. He will retain
his ojd position until officially installed
In the new .
The new assistant, though f till a young
man, is considered eminently fitted for
tbe work be Is to enter, and Is a thorough
business man. His friends In the depart
ment will regret the change.
ASLEEP AT A XEIGHBOR'S.
Lost Boy Found After tliol'ollco Had
Charles Parker, a clerk in tbe Treas
ury Department, and residing at No. 1004
Third street northwest, dashed Into tbe
Eighth pretinct police station last night
about 9 o'clock and requested Station Of
ficer Bremmerman to notify tbe whole
police force that his 4-year old son. Waller
Parker, was lost or bad been stolen.
The boy was described aa being dressed
In white and aCTlng blue eyes and light
The different stations were telephoned
to, and the police were eagerly search
ing for the lost child, but about 11 o'clock
the father called at the station and told
Prof. Cook tbat his lost babe was found In
a neighbor's house asleep, curled up In a
box, with two little kittens in his lap.
AFTEH TWO DESERTERS.
Xnvy and War Department Eacb Lose
Tho Washington and Alexandria police
are looking for William K. Nash , an oiler
on tbe United States steamship Dolphin,
from which Nash deserted on July 25.
Nash's former borne was on South Patrick
street, Alexandria. -Ilr Is 22 years of
age, and a. sou of Michael Nash, who was
for many years foreman of one of tbe gas
maklcg plants in this city. The young man
shipped on the Dolphin last March.
Tbe police are also looking for Edward
Brett, a member of one of the Sixth Car
airy troops, stationed at Fort Mrer. He
deserted tho post yesterday afternoon.
St. Anthony Church's lawn party be
gins to-night in the grounds of tbe old
Brooks mansion. Tho ladles have been
busily engaged all day, decorating the
booths and the supper and refreshment tables.-
The mansion will be thrown open
for those who-do cot care to sit on thelawn,
and tha spaerJS 'porches will be used for
Allss Mary Pago has returned from a
pleasant- visit to the Woodlawn, Silver
Miss Madollnc 8 levin, of Washington,
who will be one of the assistants at the
flower stand at the lawn fete, is tbe guest
of Dr. J. H. Brooks.
Brookland Lodge, No. 25, I. O. O. F
beld a large and Important meeting last
Misses Cora and Edith McCoy, of Wash
ington, are visiting Mrs. Charles Fleeter.
Mrs. Mary Jobc and ber daughter. Miss
Alice Jobe, nro spending several dayB at
Berkley Bprings, W Ta.
Mr. Thomas Batson, of Dayton, Howard
County, was In Laurel Monday.
Miss Jessie Peppier, of Baltimore, la the
guest or tbe Misses Crandel.
Mr. Edward Whiteside, of Washington,
paid a visit to bis father, Mr. John W.
Whiteside, this week.
Mr. Louis Woods, of Washington, spent
Sunday with bis father, Mr. Andrew Woods.
Liquor Uruusbt About Two Falls.
Charles W. Brown, aged fifty years,
drove into tbe city from Bcnnlngs last
evening, and In Maryland avenue, between
Tweflth and Thirteenth streets northeast,
at G:25 o'clock, be was thrown from the
vehicle and badly cut about tho face. He
was removed to Providence Hospital in
tbe Ninth precinct patrol wagon.
Louis Burklmrt Laid to Best.
The funeral of tho late Louis E. Burkhart,
who died Sunday afternoon, took place at
'2.S0 p. m. to-day from bis late residence.
No. 1441'Ohlo avenue. The deceased had
been for a score of years' a trusted employe
of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, and
was seventy-two years of age.
Dead Infant on tbe Dump.
, Policeman- Parbam. of the Third pre
cinct, about US o'clock yesterday after
noon, found on the dump west of Twenty
fifth street, near U street northwests the
body of a dead colored Infant.. It was re
moved to the station and the coroner notl-
Several Rooms Bespattered With
This Evidence of Murder.
HUMAN HAIE ALSO FOUND
Ensanguined Garments Were Dis
covered iu tbo Dark Chamber
"V bcre M rs. Conner and Ber Daugh
ter, Pearl, Slept All Articles M lcro
acoplcully Examined by Experts.
Chicago, Aug. 0. Human blood has been
found In Holmes' castle, bespattered from
one room to another. Science aided by
DetecUves Filzpatrick and Norton, where
other agencies bad failed, has uncovered
mora EtarUins. evidence against H. U.
Holmes and Pat Qulnlan than lias been
found m the castle.
There was found In the castlo by the
detectives and a medical expert, a trail
of blood leading from tlie-dluing room of
Mrs. Julia L. Connor to tbe sink In Uic
same room; from there into the dark cham
ber where she and Pearl formerly slept,
and from there to the Inside of the door
opening into tbe bath room, where the trap
door was; on tho baseboard bf that room,
above the trap door, and down on to tbe
secret staircase which led to the false
elevator shaft, and thence Into tbe base
ment. The blood wan human. A clot of blood
mixed with human hair was found.
BLOODY GARMENTS FOUND
Also from tho debris in tho dark cham
ber, where mother ard child slept, there
was taken some child's un-icn. ear stained
with blood; a pair of brown diagonal
trousers stained ut the bottom with blood;
the jKicket of a wonia's dress, blood
soak"d; a handkerchief, which had been
used to wiiie up blood with, and larious
cloths and partb of underclothing soaked
These articles were examined micro
scopically at the time of tLcir discovery
and the test made then and there showed
the stains and blotches to be human blood.
With but oua or two exceptions, the ex
perts say, the) were all marked with hu
A rope Has found In llio dark chamber
and In Its knots blood was discovered.
In Pat Quintan's private living rooms
were found two trunks of the tt.catrical
type. One was purchased from Meeks, In
lienver. On both trunks were tl.e Initlah.
"M. K. W." T.'J'W Initials had been paintei
over. Tbe initials are those of Minnie
Pat Qulnlan stated arter his being taken
into custody that both the trunks In-longed
to him. Detectives Norton and I'lupatrltk
have now the truth that both trunks be
longed to Minnie Williams
MINNIE WILLIAMS' HOOKS.
Qulnlan was confronted with this new
et Idcnce. He will ab,o he faced with books
found In his possession, and which be-lnnc-d
to Minnie Williams. There are
Llpplncott magazines bearing date as late
as April. 1604, demonstrating thai Min
nle Ailllarrm was alie at that time
The fact that one of her trunks was
bought la I'enur is explained by the In
formation, already secured by Chlif Bade
nnch, that after she entered the employ of
Holnes. nnd finally left Chicago, sho en
tered the theatrical business, iu I)incr.
Chief Badcnncb has alo secured. In aildl
tlon to the above -vidence, which bis de
tecllves brought to him to nigiit, posit!e
proof that B-tijamln F. Fietzel was at
D wight as a patient.
The inference draw n by the officers from
the trail of blood which was discovered
was that the blond, lieing, human, came
from some person who was killed In the
dar'. chamber, draped rom there to tbe
trap door, thence down the tccrct stair
war In the ha'-enient beneath.
A cluniical unalyls of all the blood will
imn ediately folic w The bloody door
wer taken off. nnd the baeljotrd; also
a portion of the" flooring In the dark
cba"iberand on the ecret staircase.
EXrOltT BEEF ALL lUGTTT.
Secretary Morton DeiilcSoinoHeirts
Ri-ceutly Sent From Germany.
Absolute denial Is glien by Agricultural
officials to the report from Germany that
Chicago packers buy the most inferior
quality of beef for tlnulng. and packing
purposes. The statemeut was made in a
German journal, whUh asserted that,
owing to the poor quality of the beef, It
was injudicious and wrong to sell It in
Secretary Morton said yesterday con
cerning the item:
"Personally, with a cterinary inspector,
I bare seeral times passed through the
larger beef canning establishments In Chi
cago My lslts to thoe establishments
were always unheralded, and therefore
there was no special preparaUon made for
a general viewing of thiir premises, and
their methods of slaughtering, cooking
and canning beef. From those thorough
official inestigat!ons I am Justified In
denying as wholly untrue all tbat Is asserted
lu that statement In regard to American
Thieves Capture Two Wntelics.
Capt. C. W. Johnson, of the steamer
Mary Washington, who resides at No. 319
Eleventh street southwest, was robbed
of bis gold Waltham watch last evening.
The steamboat Is lying at tho foot of H
6treet, anO.r-e thief entered the captain's
cabin and tjtracted tbe timepiece. He
suspects a member of the crew.
John Cuggelce reported to No. 4 station
last nlgbt that his store. No. 319 Eleventh
street southwest, was entered by burglars,
who stole a silver Elgin watch.
Sbo Knew About Watches.
A young woman look her watch Into a
Jeweler's recently and explained that
something was tbe matter with It. While
the watchmaker examined it the owner
of tbe fractious watcb remarked tbat
she did cot see what made it act so.
"It Is always stopping or having some
thing happen to it," she said.
"Possibly yon do not take good care of
it," ventured the Jeweler, closely re
garding the Interior of the watch.
"Oh, yes, 1 do. I wind It nearly every
night, and I nearly always remember to
take It out of my pocket when I take off
my dress. The pocket In my gray dress
is too large, though, and sometimes It
falls into the bowl when I am washing."
"Water would ruin it If it got inside."
"Tbat little bit wouldn't," said tbe
girl, with a wise shake of the head, "It's
only falls that hurt them. Once it fell
out of the upstairs window, but It landed
in the rose busb and was not hurt much.
The time Johnny squeezed it by shutting
the bureau drawer-on It the crystal was
By that time tbo Jeweler had discov
ered that the balance wheel was out of
place and two cogs broken.
"I don't see how It happened," said
the girl, in surprise. "It Hew out of my
blouse pocket yesterday when I was
swinging dumb-bells, but I did not sup
pose that was what hart It." Home
AuguHt Petersen Hurled.
The remalBS of tbe late August Petersen,
whose death occurred on Bunday, were
buried this axternoon at Oak Hill Ceme
tery. The funeral took place from bis
late residence, at No. Ill C street south
east. Ictermont was pilvate.
A notbor 3Jnd Dog.
At' tho request of -Policeman F. R. Em
zuert, of the First precinct. Dr. Cecil
French, of No. 7J4 Twelfth street north
west, to-day killed a dog suffering from
rabies. Tbe dog which bit this one also
died from the same disease last week, and
it is Bald to nave bitten sevoarl others.
. - -. ' "-..' ..-CKfirr
GOBS TO THE GAS COM PANT.
Canal Property Sold atPnbllo
Charles Beale, trustee for tbe property
owned by tho Chesapeake & Ohio Canal
Company, at tbe toot of Twenty-sixth,
Twenty-seventh and Twenty -eighth streets,
yesterday offered tbe ground for sale at
publla auction, but at tbe time, fixed po
bidders were present.
In pursuance with the court's order.
f tbe property passes into tbo bands of tbe
Washington Gas Light Company, Deing
sold at private sale for $100,000.
Tbe ground contains about 225,000
square feet, and tbe estimated value has
beretofore been $150 ,000. The Gas
Company held long-time leases on tbe
property, wttini Is given as a reason for
tbo absence of bidders.
0LD1RIENDS OF THE JDD6E
Several of Them in tKe Police Court
Tonus Crapsboeton Sentenced and
Punishment Inflicted on Other
Violators of the Laws.
There were comparatively few prisoners
In tbe dock when Judge Scott's court
opened this morning, and It did not tako
the wheels of justice, directed by Prosecu
ting Attwuey Pugh, long to grind out sen
tences adequate to the offenses. One or two
of those in line were old offenders, and not
much time was spent In hearing evidence
The familiarf ace of Rose Craig, a colored
resident of 'sergU Daley's precinct, loom
ed up In the front rank of the procession.
Rose has been In the police court so many
times that she Is as well known there as
Policeman Roberts arrested her last
night for disorderly conduct, and the court
Imposed the sentence to v, tiicu Rose is accus
tomed thirty days.
Archie Newman and James Payne were
the names of two youngsters who created
considerable amuse ment. The charge
against them was disorderly assembly,
to which they pleaded not guilty. Police
man Klmmell, who made the arrest, testi
fied that lie found the two bojs engaged
In a rough and tumble fight, awl Judgo
Scott imposed a finc.-f $2 each. Newman
had tbe necessary cash, but Payre was
penniless, so turning to Klmmell, he said:
"Say, Klin, can't yer lend me two spots?"
The obliging policeman drew $2 from his
pocket and handed them to the boy, and
the two urchins went on their wny re
joicing. Louts King, Charles King, Eugene
Koonce, James Thomas, Herman Brown,
Frank Brent and Joseph Cheny. Juvenile
crap shooters, were arraigned and pleaded
not guilty. Lawjer Ricks defended
Brown, ard that fortunate lndividaal was
dlscbarg-d, but the others went down for
fifteen days each
In the department of philosophy several
changes hae betL. mauv In the study of
undent languages. Qreek will receive
especial attention, and the old bjriac, He
brew and Egyptian literature will be
taught iu a rcviM. manner.
Itev. Francis ISarnum, so long IiVntified '
with Georgetown, is on his way home
Irom Alaska, aft r ac abaeuce of five )
tears. Most of this time has been spent j
at Yukon Delta, which is l.r.uli miles '
from the nearest postnffice. Father Bar-
llev. Jerome Daugberty, minister of
Georgetown University, is now spending
some time in Mer'Jan, Conn.
. Columbian I7nlvrHlty.
An iuterciiing nd tuiportanr nature
called uiuvc-rMi) exteusjtin Las this year
been introduced li 3 th- Coreorai, Scien
tific School under the "Un-cilon of I'ruf.
William Chauucey Lour, lou. Thi, couio
Is Intended to promote more general In
terest lu higher education and to enable
a larger numlier poo-Ie to avail theri-seKc-s
of the privil, ,ei Oi the unhereity.
The methods ol teaching consUt of a
lecture course and a class course. The
lectures will be given in different sections
of the cily-Georgctov-:i Heights, Waugh
Chapel and All fcouls' Church The time
and place of the cists meeting will be
urrnuged to suit the members.
The medical tcbool has published. In
connection with the university year book,
a table containing the day and hour and
tubject of every lecture to be given during
the entire scholastic year. There are sev
eral change iu the medical faculty. Dr.
D. Kerfoot Phvte succeeds Dr. Albert F.
A. King as dean of the faculty. and Drs.
Verauns, A. Mora and John Van Iten.sfcel?c
have been promoted to a higher professor
ship. Mr. O'car J. Schneider, a gradu tp of
93,!ii the scho'H of engineering, has '"s'-n
appointed fclcnce director In the Univer
sity of Winona, -Minn.
Rt. Rev. F. Corby, provincial of the or
der of the Holy Cross, and Rev. J. A. Zahni,
president of the Notre Dame University,
of South Bond, Iudiana,jre the guests of
Xisbop Keano. 7
M. L. Huffcr, of Paris, has donated
$2,500 to the University library.
Rev. Edward Shanahan, D. D., of Bos
ton, a graduate from the Propaganda at
Rome, who will occupy the chalrof theology,
canon law, and philosophy In the hall of
Divinity, has arrived at the University
He succeeds Rev. Edward A. Pace, who
will act ns dean of tbe school of philoso
phy, McMahon t-alL
Rev. John A. McGuIre, of Philadelphia,
who took the degree of licentiate of the
ology in June, is now in Rome taking a
course of special lectures preparatory to
filling the chair of latin literature.
Hon. Maurice Francis Egan, late of
Notre Dame, has accepted the chair off
English literature In the department of
arts. Dr.Charles Warren Btoddard con
ducts English philosophy in the same de,
Howard TJnl erslty.
Dr. J. E. Rankin, president of tbe uni
versity, who has been in Maine since
June, will not return to Washington until
September. The changes In tbe faculty
and tho new schedule of "studies will not
be announced until the doctor's return.
Prof. J. B. Johnson, secretary of the
faculty, left yesterday for a prolonged
sojourn In Sew England.
The various class rooms nnd the lecturo
balls are undergoing extensive repairs,
and quite a large addition has lately been
made to the main building.
NO SEX OX WHEELS.
Blcyclo Rldlnc Can Be Neither Modest
Riding the bicycle has ceased to be either
undignified or conspicuous. Several years
ago -a bishop denounced the practice by wo
men as Immodest and therefore Immoral.
An immodest woman on a bicycle would
surely be Immodest still, tbe wheel not hav
ing any power to save her, but an immodest
woman would be Immodest walking in tbe
street or sitting in church , or wherever she
The bicycle has nothing whatever to do
with modesty or Immodesty, with morality
or with Immorality; and when the pious
bishop uttered his denunciation of tbe ma
chine and its use Ids Intellectuals must have
been befuddled by too much pondering on
subjects too bard ortoo easy for him But
bis dictum has notcoanted for much, fortbe
bicycle Is growing in popularity every day.
TIBET HA KTITS NEW STORY.
Tbe Sunday Times-of Ansust 11
will begin the publication, of Bret
Harte's new 'serial '-In a. Hollow ot,
tbo Hills." '
-', A..T- "
Instead of S2.
incirKcai Plflitav flalCala
value. WHsUK UUldOlB A
Ladles' White Imported Lin
en Duck White Calf Trimmed
Ladles Black Vlcl Kid Oxford
Ties, handsomely Trimmed
with patent leather, common
sense, square or pointed toes.
Misses' Very Best Quality
Tan "Flower City" Kid Laced
and Button Boots.
Men'a "Romeo" (elastlo side)
House and Walking Black or
Men's and Boys' Splendid
Wearing Tan Laced Shoes.
WM. HAHN &' CO.'S,
930 and 932 7th St.
I9I4-19I6 Pa. Ave.
233 Pa. Ave. SE.
Ever hear of such
Men's Serge Pants S1.25
Men's Casslmerc Pants- Sl.OO
Men's Corduroy Pants SI. 75
100 pairs of Pnnts slightly
soiled four different pat
One lot of extra fine Pants,
worth from $4 to$7 now.. 51. 60
One lot of Children's Knee
Pants - 10c
One lot of Washable Knco
One lot Washable Suits 370
One lot extra fine Men's
suits, two and tbreo of a
One lot of Lllht Colored Pants
that were S3 SI S3 and SO
reduced to J .87
A pair of new trousers will put
yoursummcrsult in "good stand
ing." Get them TO-MOKROW.
cor. Ninth & E Sts.
Prom this sale of fine Suits
unless -ou are compelled.
It's a sale of $10, $12, and
even regular $15 Suits, and ,
it's most remarkable because
the values are unusual to
You should not neglect an
opportunity like this look
at them in the window, any
way, and see what you think
of them. If you are a judge
of clothing you will see what
a snap we are offering.
M, Dyrenforth & GO
621 Penn.Ave. N.W.
Under .Metropolitan Hotel.
Here are the
All Ladles Tan or Russet Shoes In the
House that wcro f 1.5. si & jl.M, l.li.
vv onacriui uarcain lor i&aios.
All Ladles Tan or Russet Shoes in the
house that were sold up to $1 75. This :
includes the entire atocfc up to this price.
All Ladles"! an or Ilujsot Shoes In tha
house that were $1 63, gl.98, S3.S5. 11 a t;-
nincent values at a ironuenm redaction.
AU Gents' Tan or Russet Shoes that
were L60, SI 73, $1.93, Ji The popular
toes and lasts. Greatest snaps ot this
AU Gents' Tan or Russet Shoes In lbs
house that have sold up to fiW. This
means Shoes at loss than onrono can
sell them at.
. AT $2.48.
AU Gents Tan or Russet Shoes In the
house that have told up to S3.ua The
best Shoes in latest styles at thlsnrlce.
Seventh St. N. W.
For tbe Colored Exhibit.
The entertainment to be given this after
noon on the campus of Howard University
for the benefit of the colored people's
exhibit at Atlanta, promises to draw to
gether a large-crcird. Among the attrac
tions will be wneel-barro w races, eggraces,
blindfold race, a contest In tbo art of nail
driving for ladies and needle-tbreading for
gentlemen. Tbe festivities will conclude
with a vocal and Instrumental concert,
by the Amphion dee Club and the Capital
City Band. Rev. Qcorgu W. Lee antLotbcr
able speakers bave signified their Inten
tion to be present and mate snort ad
! Pants go!
Chinaware given with groceries to-morrow.
One of the following articles gfven with
one dollar's worth of groceries or over.
Large Rebecca Teapots.
Large Gold Band Bakers.
Large Gold Band
Patent Potato Mashers.
Large Gold Band Platters.
2 doz Parlor Matches,
2oo's, for 25C
3 lbs Best Stick Candy'. . 25c
3 lbs Cheese for Macaroni 25 C
2 lbs Best Cream Cheese 25'C
xo Large bags Salt 25C
13 pkgs Soap Powder. . . . 25C
10 lbs Hominy Grits. . . . 25C
26 Sheets Tanglefoot Fly
Paper :..'. 25C
6 Boxes Oil Sardines... 250
5 Boxes Ball Blue 25 C
5 Cans Baked Beans .... 25C
5 Bottles Root Beer 250
4 lbs Nic-Nacs 25C
3 pkgs Fruit Puddine. ... 25 C
20 Good Cigars 25C
6 pkgs Greenback To-
. bacco 25C
4 lb Horseshoe Tobacco 250
6 lbs Best Ginger Snaps.. 25c
Great Cash Sale
Of Odds and Ends
Carpets and Furniture.
We've offered you big bargains before, but we'll
break all records now. We must get rid of the
odds and ends that have accumulated, no matter
what the sacrifice is to be. A HALF, a THIRD
and EVEN A QUARTER the usual prices buys the
goods. We can sell for cash only the cuts have
been so big most cases less than cost that we
wouldn't be justified in selling any other way.
Xo. 1-45 yds of H Mo
quette Border. Was
No. S 5tU yds of Pody
No.3 yds Body Brus- COO I C
scls. Was eoibJ. Now. J) J Z. 0
No. 4 S3 yds Body Bras- T I P 1C
sets. Was $23 73. Now. 4 I D. IU
No. 5-33K yds Wilton CO Dfl
Telret. Was $5U,6i Now 4Zfr.uU
No. 6 Scotch Axmins
terahd border to match.
Was 91.75 yard. Now....
No 7 244ydsBoxbury
Brussels. Was 2.05.ti
No. 8 13 yds Roxbury
Brussels btalr Carpel.
Was 11450. Now
No. 9-1 yds Wilton
Velvet Was JS344. r I Qn
No. ID M yds Wilton CO Qfl
VeUet. Wast.40. .Now
No. 1119 Tds Wilton
Royal Japanese Rugs.
T A 0 C Able lot of them best quality fp J "
VL I A W prettiest patterns. Size 6 it x 3 ft V I fi i
JJf -QJ Usually $4 each. Odds and ends Jjl.T'J
It's all in our big window next 1 3th street. Tables,
Chairs, Sideboard, Combination Bookcase and .
Desk, Combination Desk and Wardrobe, and the
finer grades of White enamel-and Brass Bods.
We lose on every s"aie. Your choice at a price
from 1-2 to 1-4 the regular figure. They're
placarded. See them.
lew York Aye,, between 13th and 14th Sts.
I Agency for the Celebrated
i-i6th sack Electric Light
3 pkgsPettijohn 25C
2 doz Best Fresh Eggs. 25 C
6 lbs Best Boneless Cod
6 lbs Best large Lump
1 Jar Beef Extract 25C
2 Sacks Corn Meal 25C
2 Boxes Gelatine 25C
4 Boxes Potted Ham or
4 pkgs Corn Starch 25C
4 lbs Loose Lard 25C
2 gals Good Cider Vine
5 lbs Large Grain Rice 25C
1 gal White Wine Vine
lib Good Maricaibo Coffee 25C
2 lbs BestTrtnVGrackers 25c
1 lb Best Elgin Butter..,. 25C
No. 1219 yds Wilton
Velvet. Was$G6.15. Now
Nol 13 S7 yds j Tapes
try Border. Was t$).ZS.
Noll lH yds Wilton CO I OC
Velvet Was 857.81. Now .
No. 15-17 yds Wilton
Velvet Stair Carpet.
Was MLS3. Now
Velvet Was 563 15. Now 4)0 I. Oil
No. 17 401$ yds Wilton COC Qfl
Velvet WaS54.fa3. Now ,
No. 13 IS yds Wilton CO I Qfl
Velvet Was 7 51 Now ,
No. 19-S3W yds Body
No. 80-18 yds Body COfl flfl
Brussels. Was Sou. Now .
No, H S3 yds Axmlns- C I C Oil
ter. Was 135. Now 4IO,OU
No. 22-33 yds Wilton
Velvet Was13.UX Now
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