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THE EVEJSTNG- TIMES, OSEPAY, ' SEPTEMBER 16, J895.. ,. -
You this morning with a FALL SUIT? We'll.do
bo in a few minutes and do it PROPERLY too. As
much style and as good quality as at the best custom
shops, but for about one-third less money and without the
vexatious delay of waiting for the garments to be finished.
Prices are Suits $10 to $40, Fall Overcoats $-10
to $35, and the best assortment in town to' select from.
If you are at all interested (and every man is), in ar
tistic footwear, see the new styles just received in OUR
fcjhoe Department. "We can give the best of Cobblers,
pointers on Shoes. Suppose you let us supply your next
pair. The more particular you are the more you'll ap
preciate getting shod HERB.
Robinson, Chery & Co.
I I ITTgTTHMTi
' J-ttoeker'a." ffllj
We're after the . I
I2TH AND F STS.
Not here yet, but
coming feels like it,
too, at night. We'll
anticipate the season
and offer you royally
good BLANKETS at
prices you might ex
pect to pay for poor
One lot double and large size
.u-.iuu juuuate always nail to
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VISITORS IX PULriTS.
and we ara going to make a treat effort to leoora a lam aortlon of it
Oar ihoei are of tie right kind to anit botn the parents andfcaudran, and in
order that the price may be mora than right wo hare deeided to imako a dis
count of 10 per cent on all Hinei' and Children'! School Shoe). Jon can' t go
wrong in bringing the children here children like onr ahoel-ther look
veil, wear well and the price suits the parents' pocketbooks. Wo have shoes
for all school occasions, from the roughest kind for hard wear to the alipper
for honiewjar, and the dainty shoes for the dancing class. This 10 per cent
discount goes into effect Monday morning and wlU continue nntll school
opens. When yon are fitting the children out we want yon to remember us
particularly where there are a'nnmbsr of children, for 10 per cent then means
a saying of considerable money.
Prites of Children's and Misses' School Shoes.
These range from SL 25 np to S3, but all of thsm ara now subject to the 10
The Jenness JWlll&r Shoe.
Of course, you know we own this shoe, which is approved and made from
-the model invented by this famous woman dress reformer. There ara numer
ous imitations, some in Washington. Hone are genuine unless they bear the
name "Jenness Miller" on the sols and in the lining. Be especially carefnl
abont thlf. We make them in wide, commoa-iense and homo host styles S3
Best Granulated Sugar,
514 Ninth St. N.W.
Dollars Doing Double Duty at
Another lot of Oner blankets
manufactured to soil at L7&-no
less and well worth that price.
Tlieso wo put on sale to-morrow
at a Tery interesting price.
You can alirays get your money
734-736 7th St N. W
Outtif'Town Clergymen Trenched In
Seerul Cliurclien Yesterday.
There were a. number of vlcitlnc clergy
men in Hie local pulpits yesterday.
Rev. D. H. Kern, of Virginia, preached to
Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church South
congregation at the Baptist Church on Sixth
and A Elrccts, Capitol Hill.
Bey. E. V'. lilies preached at the Calvary
Baptist Church and Rev. P. G. Folsora, of
Maine, occupied the Metropolitan Baptist
Church pulpit, on Capitol Hill. Rev. M. H.
Flshbjrn.of Hockville Center, L. I., preached
at the Congregational Church, on Tenth and
G streets. Rev. Robert F. Kerr, of Rich
mond, was the supply during Rev. Dr.
Hamlin's absence at the Church of the Cove
nant, Presiding Elder Rumncy Bmlthson vis
ited Mount Vernon Place Methodist Epis
copal Church South and occupied the pulpit
The afternoon address at the Young Men's
Christian Association meeting was delivered
at Foundry Church by Rev. Joseph Dawson,
of Boston. At St. Luko's ProtcstantEplsco
pal Church, on Marion street. Rev. W. V.
Tunnell decorated twelve candidates with
the cross of the Daughters of the King.
Cooled by electric fans.
Premium cards now be
ing: given out. Hundred
piece Decorated Dinner
Sets, Eight-day Cathe
dral' Clocks, Large Ban
quet Lamps, Fine Home
Sofas, 56-piece Tea Sets,
Easy Rocking Chairs,
Large, Attractive Albums
given out on the new
cards. Ask at the desk
WILL, It EST IN GI.EJTWOOD.
PEOPLE DO NOT DRINK.
Mineral Water Denier Forced to Make
Caspar B. Shafer, a dealer In mineral
waters at No. 103 Pennsylvania avenue
northwest, made an assignment for the ben
fit of his creditors this morning to James
The liabilities aggregate 34.3Q0.G9, (he
largest creditor being J. Fred Crane, of
Newark. N. J.,"who has a claim of $2,600.
The assets are estimated at $1,170.
rrof.C. V. Hlley Will He Burled From
Ills Lute Ilexldenee To-morrow.
The funeral of Trot. C. V. Riley, who
was killed Saturday morning by falling
from Ills bicycle, will take place to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from No.
2135 Wyomingavenue, Washing tonllelghts.
As many of the friends of Pror. Riley are
absent from the city the complete arrange
ments for tlie funeral will not be made
until to-night, when friends who have
been communicated with will be heard
There was a list of pallbearers prepared,
but it had to be changed in consequence of
several of those named being unable to
There will lie twelve pallbearers, six
honorary and six active. The Interment
will bo made at Glen wood Cemetery in the
family lot, and probably Dr. Alexander
Kent, of the People's Churcn, will officiate.
CREDITORS MADE HAPPY.
Dl Id ends Declared on Two Insolvent
The Comptroller of the Currency has de
clared dividends in favor of the creditors
of Insolvent national banks as Jollows:
A second dividend. 20 per cent, in
favor of the creditors "Of the Commercial
National Bank, of Denver, CoL, making
In all 35 per tent, on claims proved,
amounting to $419,175.02.
A sixth dividend 10 per cent, in favor
of the creditors of the Albuquerque National
Bank, or Albuquerque, N. M., making in all
75 per cent, on claims proved, amountlsz
11IS SECOND OFFENSE.
Druggist Kelly Hold for Selling Liquor
Contrary to Law.
H. H. Kelly, a druggist on M street
northwest, was arrested jesterday by Of
ficer Jack, of the Third precinct, for sell
ing liquor without a license.
This Is Mr. Kelly's second offense, and
he was held In $1,000 bond to appear be
fore the grand Juryon the 19th Instant.
SHE WANTS AMMONY.
Printer Long's Wife Declares He Beat
and Deserted Her.
Ealllc Eugenia Long has brought suit
against Frank nail Long, a printer, for
The two were married December 31,
1892, by Rev. James II. M. Lemon, at the
parsonage of Faith Chapel.
The wife said they lived together at
No. 612 L stieet southwest, until August
18, 1895, when I lit- husband came home
In an Intoxicated condition and cruelly
abused ber. He then went away, Mrs. Long
said, and took all her money with him
and has uot lived -witb her since.
Best Mixed Cakes 8c pound
Cream Crackers 4c pound
Oyster Crackers 4c pound
Ginger Snaps 4c pound
Always bringyour cards
with you to be punched.
729 7th St
I The Ker ta
SHE LOST HER WATCH.
It Was Gold and Mrs. Goodman Says
It Was Stolen.
The following petty larcenies -were re
ported at headquarters this morning:
Mrs. Cassle A. Goodman, of Hamson
Flats, Third and G streets northwest, re
ports stolen from her room yesterday fore
noon a gold watch valued at $5.
Harry Beall, No. 1427 Ninth streot nortu
west, reports stolen from his wagon at Sev
enth and B streets northwest about 1
o'clock yesterday $5 worth of newspapers.
Great Towel Sale Now
Piece. Good Size Towels. Kefer sold
for less than 10c. Only Ze.
Our Cool Weather Cape, strictly tailor.
made. In all shade. Sorer sold tor
less than fi Ooly 38a
Dozen. 8-cornered Lead Pencils, worth
ia each 17 for Ze.
A package of S3 Envelopes, worth 10c
Box 21 Sheets of Taper, 21 Enrelopes,
worth 13c only 5c
Yard Beet TeaToweltne, worth 8c yard
Yard Pure Irish Linen Crash neTcr
sold for less than 15c only 9a
Piece. Large Size Rd Bordered Table
Naplclas. worth cc each only 3c
Yard, very wide Lace, suitable for
lilinminffof all kinds nerer sold for
less than 8 z only la
Piece, glen's Colored Bordered Hand
kerchief;, orib8c oulySc
Our Elejant White Crochet Bed
Spreads, good value at Toe only 19sl
A pair Part Wool Blankets, in white
and gray, worth II a pair only 411a
' Bailable Shoes On
ly." The best In
America at the price
$1.25 School Shoes
For Boys and Girls
are way ahead
of any other Shoes
at the Price
fFRE E Usef ul School Sourenlrs
for tho Children this week.
Reliable Shoe iloussi.
030 nnd 032 7th St. X.W.. r
luilnnu luiuiu Ave..v.
And 233 la- Ave S. E.
Our Regular 15c All Linen Towels.
Extra Size Tare Linen, knotted fringe.
Worth 33a Only 19a
Extra Size Turkish Bath Towels.
TfeTer oold for less than 20c each Only
Spool of Crochet Silk, in all colors.
Usually sold at 23a
ilea's Fure Linen Bosom Shirts. Usu
ally sold at 73a Only 29a
A few more of our Genuine Gloria
Cloth Umbrellas Worth 91c Only ta
514 Ninth St. N. W.
wanted to wear
our Suits, and to bring
their fathers and young
er brothers to us to get
We ara the only Ann In Wcah
Instou who manufacture our own
Kojs" ana Children's Clothing
Our factory is at 12 White Mreet,
PRICES THAT TALK.
-Men's Suits, nicely made. ...$3.00
.Men's Suits 4.85
.Men's Extra Tine Double
breasted Suits.. 5.00
Elegant Clay Worsted Suits
for ctcnin.; dress. 6.05
.Men's Imported French Trl
cutt Suits 7.85
Bovs' .suits, S3.12; worth 50.00.
Bojs' Suits. S3.00; worth S8.00.
Boys' Suits, S1.25; worth 50.00.
Oyer 5,000 Children's Suits, fifty
styles, at 00c-
300 Children's Suits, St.25,worth
500 Children's Suits. Sl.GJ.worth
20 0 Children's Combination
Suits, extra pants and en p to match,
$1.00. -north S5.00.
200 Children's Suits, extra fine
quality. S2.0: real value, S5.30.
Dress Pants, 90 cents.
All-wool Pants. $1.25.
Kcat .stripes in Blue, Gray and
500 Pairs of -Men's Corduroy
Pants, test erode, $1.85.
Ninth & E Sts. N. W.
Of TWO NEW DEPARTMENTS
The wonderful growth of our Furniture and Housefurnishings business, conducted almost entirely on our new Credit Method the fairest in the world has emboldened us to add two new De
partments fully equipped which will be conducted on those same liberal lines that have already proved so popular with the public. To accommodate these departments we needed more room
new showrooms and now our Jauildings run through to D street, giving us ample space. Here we show a very complete line of Ladies' Cloaks and Men's Fine Clothing at lowest cash prices.
The new Departments are in charge of competent salesmen, and everything will be furnished on Credit. Souvenirs will be presented to all our customers to-day the opening day.
Housefurnishing Goods Dept.
i pint Cup Enameled Iron Qu
Fine Range, guaranteed good baker, QQ flfl
8-quart Enameled Iron Coffee Boiler.
iopieee Decorated Toilet Set
6-quart Enameled Iron Stew Pan, to
This Fine Cherry Frme Silk. Damask Parlor Suite, 6 pieces, (TO I fin
This Handsome Corduroy Couch, tufted with sprine edge.
This Beautiful Oak Sideboard, beats the
wuna ior .
Carpet and Rug De
partment. Good quality Wool Ingrain
Fine Ingrain Carpet,
Good quality Brussels Carpet,
Fine Chenille Portieres,
I Gents' Fine Suits, equal C"I CO CICfM Genta' Dress Suits, equal I n (i)n
(to Tailor-made, from...,. 4,0U to D,UU to tailor-made, from j I U to $U
'trimming Only..T.!:. ..!!:. ,nree Plece-Fr"" Plate OUBiCOsUj. , -n
Fine Brass and Iron.Child's Crib.
1 , RemQmblr. we ire complete outfitters for house or person. Weiurmsk your home throughout and
clothe you or your entire family ON CREDIT. Open an account with us. " Our new method of easy payments
adjusted to suit your convenience. l 'v"lc"to
lfl..u T.W. l
Haudsome line of Ladles Jackets. FO Prf iKTwaTArittxtitt .!' t m
largo Tarit7 of material, from.... 4diUU DP rica and Bijles.fromJ.OU UP klian and FurVirom
Ladles Cnp In Flush Cloth, Astra-
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