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THE EVENING TIMES, 'T3ITIRS DAY, OCTOBER 31, 1895.
I Cloak-room News.
To-day marks the ar
rival of Five Hundred of
these handsome Jackets
in the very newest cuts.
They can be yours for
Nine Dollars and Ninety-,
With us the buying of a
Coat means much. We
guarantee the fit, the
wear and the style and
even more, we will keep
your coat in repair for
vou for one year It is a
novel idea, and never been
done before; but we want
to go a step further than
any one else, just to be
Of course higher
and lower priced
coats to your inclina
tion. 120. 422. 424. 426 7th St
8th & Market Space.
Cloth -finished Mackintoshes in
brown and grey checks, deep cape
a garment that is warranted
waterproof, steam vulcanized,
and warranted not to grow hard.
Will do the same service as
any that cost S5.00.
S. Kan, Sons
8th and Market Space.
Special To-day at The Rink.
This solid quartered oak Hat
Rack, 6 ft 6 invhigh, 3 ft 4 in.
wide, 24x18 French plate beveled
mirror, heavy cast brass pins,
cheap at $25, special to-day $tj. 7J.
Our line of Hat Racks is unequal
ect we can show you Hat Racks
as' low as $6.75 or as high as $150.
CASH OR CREDIT.
The Julius Lansburgii
Furniture and Carpet Go.
f ft. A i
LAVISH WITH THEIR RICHES
Multi-Millionaires in Washington
Who Will Entertain This Winter.
Lieut. Ilelncr, of the Barracks, Will
U'ttl i Baltimore Belle Lntfe Sec- ,
rettiry UlalueS Nleco Engaged, i
Washington is becoming more ami more
cacli year a Mecca for plutocrats- TIUs
winter many multi-millionaires wilt swell
thi? population, and liousrs noted for ln Ith
Lospitallty will again be opened.
Notably, tile former rcafaleutc of Vice
President Morton, which bjs been leased
by Rhode Island's new Senator, Mr. Wet
more, the, house buit by Senator Prndle
ton and occupied, while lie was Sec
retary of State, by Mr. Kndicott, and last,
but not least, the big house belonging to
Mrs. IUnlii" on Dupont Circle, which lias
been Liken by Mrs. Westinghouse, whose
hospitalities last winter flavored of the
Indeed, the famous lunclieuu she gave
last winter, where a field of orchids and
.American Beauty roses was surrounded by
an oval tal le, at which a featl that Sur-danapul-.is
might have envied, was served
to a hut dred of the Miiarl set, who were
dressed lu their "very best frock," will
not soon be forgotten in Washington, where,
notwithstanding the wealth of those In
hoiiety, feasts of this description aie of
How fortunate it is that Mrs. Yang does
not have to trouble herself about the fre
quent changes In style, as do most of the
women In society. I had the pleasure of
nieetlus lier not many moons ago, and was
impressed by the simplicity and beauty of
her Oriental roues. I tay simplicity, but
the richly embroidered stuffs that were
draped about her could hardly be consid
ered simple; they had, however, that effect,
which Is the desideratum.
Such an amusing Incident occurred In the
ear the other day. A gray-halred woman,
whose wrinkled face not all the skin fiod
in the world would make smooth, but who
for years has tried to remain at the same
age as the young husband she bought wilh
her millions, came into the car in winch
there was not an empty oe.il. The only
three men in the car were cozily enscoucnl
behind TJie Morning Times, but a yo'.ln,,-.
with rare grace, arose promptly and of
fered the lady a seat. "My deJr," said
that personage, "I am neither old nor ill.
Pray keep your seat." And she braced her
aged back ngalnst the door Jamb, and with
a fortitude worthy of a h tter.cause stood
bravely until some one got out. ,
rrince Cantacuzcne has finally sailed
away -without sajlng goi-d-bye to any one,
with small regret, and not at all regretted.
He made no secret Indeed of his lack of
interest In America and his lack or sym
pathy with Americans. Was Itpossiblybe
cause his princely title didjiot receive the
reverence of a scoffing public? There is
no doubt but that lie had real pleasurcingo
ing, which was heightened by the excellent
prices the sale of hlscrfects brought. Three
hundred bottles' or alleged wine, brought
over by the princely diplomat, free of duty,
were sold at prices that might have made
the eyes of foreign w ine dealers bulge, and
the native merchants shed bitter tears of
regret that they could not sell liquor and
be diplomats at the same tlrne.
The Ladles' Aid Society of Fletcher M. E
Church will give an oyster supper on
Tuesday and Wednesday ewnlngs, ror the
benefit of that church. In Its auditorium.
New York avenue and Fourth street north
west. Among the ladies interested in the en
tertalnmeut are Mrs. Elmer Allpress, presi
dent of the society. Mrs. W. F. Reed, Mrs.
Charlotte Moore, Mrs. J. Allen, Mrs-. E.
Fowler, Mrs. J. Blessing, Miss C. Bell.
Miss Mary Jebb. MUs Mamie Murphy, the
Misses Mamie and Nellie Allpress. and
Mrs. Philip Milton.
Miss Ra.hel nines, of Seventh street
northeast, will sail Saturday for England.
to make an indefinite visit to relatives
in Birmingham. Manchester, and London.
Miss rortunate Wilklns, of New York
avenue northwest, was given a lurty on
Tuesday night in honor other tnehth birth
day, whii h proved a delightful atfalr. Mrs.
James Seymour Carter presided at the
piano for the pleasure or the little ones,
games were enjoyed by all present, and
dainty refreshments were served.
Amorg those ptcsent ncre Miss Beatrice
Allpress, Miss Lillian Kpcit. Miss Ida Seat
the Misses Rose. "Grace, Alma, nnd May
Klopfcr, Miss Agues Wllkms, the Misses
Bessie and Sydney Coujier, Miss Mav Cor
dell. Miss Susie bouU, Miss Addle Carter,
Miss Ethel Croxtou. Miss -Nellie Clemmons.
Miss Laura Sec, MKs MamieTotntiklns.Miss
Mary Wilklns, Miss Norma Hood, and
Masters Willie Allpress. Bernard Bontz
Roland Croxton, Wnlle and Laris Coombs
Jimmic Kcefer, Jimniie Thorne, Charlie
Carter. Charlie and Clarence Clemmons.
Walter Kuessl, Sinclair Darby, Arthur
Filp, Tielder Carter, and Johnnie Wilkius.
Miss Jessie Goode, of M street northwest,
will give an All Halloween party to-night.
Misses Mary ariilNellle All press, ofNo. -155
New York avenue northwest. wlITglve an
All Halloween party to-night.
Miss Kathryn Gross, of Delaware avenuo
northeast, will give a reception on Tuesday
evenins, f rom8 to 1 1 . to Intrndiicehcr guest.
Miss Elsie Bacon, of Norwich, Conn., who
will remain in Washington throughout the
Thomas W. Carter, of K street northwest.
will leave to-dnyfor Richmond, Va., where
he will make an indefinite slay.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alien, of N street
northwest, have returned from the Atlanta
Miss Teresa Walker, of New Hampshire
avenue, is visiting tier cousin. Miss Estelle
Stevens, of Ogdensburg. N. Y-, and will not
return until after the Thanksgiving holi
days. Miss Annie Peterson, of Alexandria,
Ya.. is the guest of Miss Nellio Martin,
of SeTcnth street northeast.
Miss Pauline Walters, of Allcntown,
Pa.. Is the guest of the Misses Mamie and
Nellie Murphy, or Capitol Hill.
Mr. Paul K. Adams, of Massachusetts
avenue, will leave Saturday for a brief,
trip to New York, after whlcii he will visit
the Atlanta Exposition and other points
of interest in the South. 1
Miss Klthc M. Jarvis. of I street north
east, will give a card iiorty on Monday :
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birthday of her brother. Mr. Jack Jnrvls,
who Is now absent from the city, but will
return before that date.
A birthday party was given by Mr. nnd
Mrs. James Finglcs to their son. Leonard,
in honor or his third birthday, nt their
residence. 639 Fourth street northeast.
Many games were played, among them,
being 'k donkev party. Chester Brndv won
the prize and "Joseph Coughlin the .booby
prize. They were also entertained by Miss
M.tf-frlf Mnhonpv and Mav Rankins bv
their fancy dancing. Many presents were
Among tkose present were Mrs. Maurice !
TImv-Id mwl nnr. Hfr Rnnf.1i.. Hmifhlin? C
antl son. Mrs. Bailey and son. Mrs. Edmonds
and sod. lira. Qartrell and con. Ills Amy j
Coughlin. Florence and Katie Gillon. Dol
lie Kanklns, Mable Redlc, Helen Ash by,
and Marie Murphy, Masters Willie Smith.
Willie Maloney, Ciiarlle Rnukins. Bert and
Clarence Ashby, Howard Kedie, Frank
Gillon, and many others.
A pretty borne, wedding took place
Wednesday afternoon at the residence of
Mrs. Margaret Patch, in Le Droit Park.
The contracting parlies were lier daugh
ter Marcla. and Mr. William Edwanl
Saunders. No cards were Issued nnd only
the Immediate friends witnessed the im
pressive ceremony performed bv Rev.
Joseph T. Kelly. D. D., of the Fourth Pres
Tne tall, fair bride wore a handsome
costume of blue silk, shot Willi gold and
elaborately trimmed with lace anil velvet.
A Irauquet of La Franco roses, tied with
ulnkTlbbon, added to the charming pffect.
Her golng-away gown was a dainty one of
blue cloth, with hat to match.
Arter tne ceremony a merry party en
Joyed a wedding luncheon before the
happy iialr left for the South, where their
honeymoon will be sixiit.
On their return Mr. and Mrs. Saunders
will be at home to their friends at No.
18-18 I'lflh street northwest.
The marriage or Miss Nellie Duncan
Butcher to Mr. William Sherlock Bronson
will take tilace at 6 -o'clock this artcr
noou at the residence of the bride's par
ents. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Butcher. No.
1104 New Hampshire avc'ie.
Cards are out from Mrs. George Small
of Baltimore, for the marriage of her niece.
Miss Elizabeth Clojd Kent. I" Lieut. Gor
don Graham Heiner. of the Fourth Artil
lery. U. 8. A., now stationed at Washing
ton Barracks. The wedding will occur ul
Emmanuel Church, Baltimore, the even--lug
of November 12, nt C o'clock.
Invitations have been issued to the mar
riage or Miss Margaret Belief Blaine, nieco
of the late James U. Blaine, to Dr. Henry
J. Crosson, or Ihls city. The ccremmiy will
take place at Su Peter's Church Tuesday
evening, November 12. On their return
rri.m n wi-diiim- tour which wilt Include
a visit to Atlanta. Dr. anil Mrs. Crosson
will make their home here.
MLss Bessie Hammond and Mr. George
SlmcKman t'auil, lormeny or Summer
field, Ohio, bur now in the service or the
War Department, In this city, were mar
ried jeslerday in Baltimore, llie home of
the bride, at Madison M. E. Church.
The bride wore a handsome imported
costume ot green satin and brocade. vvl'Ji
hat to niatcti, and carried a bouquet of
bride roses. Rev. Dr. Deems officiaieil and
later Mr. and Mrs. Paull left for a. Northern
bridal trip. On tt.elr return to this city
they will make tuelr home at No. 60S U
At the marriage of Miss Bessie King, of
Baltimore, to Mr. Frank Walter hrein, ot
Pittsburg, which occurred In the former
city last evening. Misses Annie and Mary
Robinson. Mist Mamie llnjle and Miss Bes
sie Asprll, of this city, acted as attend
ants, wearing dainty gowns ot whlleorgan
die over white lulieia, ami carryuig bou
quets or white chrysanthemums tied with
pink ribbons. ...
Among me guests nt the reception which
followed were Mr. and sirs. Thomas C.
Noyes. Mr. and Mrs. Ciiarlcs C. Rwlgers
and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Smith, of Wash
ington. Miss Nellie Bond, nnd Mr. James W.
Hoilllield were married yesterday at
Keisterliiwii, Md. Among the guests pres
ent nt the ceremony were Mr. and Airs.
Mitchell Elisor. Mr. and Mrs. William
Griffith, Mr, nnd Mrs. Benjamin Brooks,
Mrs. L. K. T.iker and Mrs. Lilzabetb Bond,
. The marriage of Miss Mary L. Urook
and Mr. Char.es L. Brock, took place yes
Icrday at St. Andrew's P. E. Church. Rev.
Josi.iu. Perry nlficiating. Mr. George
Brock, brother of the groom, acted as
best man. and Messrs, Algernon Austin,
ttlward W. Callahan, George Kiarney and
Mercer Bonded were uhers. Miss Hor
enee Brook, sister of the bride, entered
the church to the strains or the wiilding
march Immediately ioliowiug the appear
ance of the ushers. She wore a govn or
bright blue silk, the bodice draped in
mull, and a picture hat or Mack velvet
wreathed with plumes. Her bouquet was
of pink roses. . ,
"llie bride wore a handsome costume of
brown and black cloth, ornamented with
velvet, and a broad-brimmed hat of brown
and green chenille, trlnuned with plumes
Following the marriage a reception waB
held at the home of the bride. No. 2014 F
street northwest, and later Mr. nnd Mrs.
Brock Iert for a Southern -wedding trip.
They will reside in Linden, Md.
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Mr. aanies tllllllie muia. ui .Ji lut m.
United States consul to Colon, and MLss
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Mary a yer, nmuv uiurtu-ii .iv i.n-iin -in.
N. J., on November C. Mr. Sims Is one ot
the rinest draughtsmen now in the Bureau
of Construction, Navy Department.
Mr. and Mrs. Leiler and Misses Nannie
nnd Daisy Lelter sailed ror New York yes
terday on the steamship Majestic and will
return to their borne In Dupont Circle im
mediately on their arrival. The Misses
Letter are excellent whips, handling the
ribbons with skill nnd never look trimmer
nor brighter then when spinning along the
loads In their modish spider phaeton, or
other or the up-lc-c'ate traps they possess.
A valuable contribution to a Portrait Show,
should society here decide to hold one.
would be the life sire painting of Mrs.
George Nathaniel Cur7on. by Cahanel. tlfe
graceful likeness of Miss Nannie Lelter by
C'arolus Duran; the handsome portrait of
Mrs. Leiter by C&banci. nil of which hang
on the tnpistried walls of the Leiter man
sion. Miss Alice Belknap, Is one of I he cleverest
wheelwnmin In tl.e city, and her costume
of grey tweed is equally as becoming as it
Among the portraits especially com
mented on by art critics of the New Tork
Portrait Show, are those'of Mrs. Calvin
K. Price and her daughters, by Carol us
Mr. Jules Bocufve, chancellor of the
French legation, who Is absent from the
rity on leave, is expected ul the embassy
Mrs. Ctishing, of San Fianclsco. will be
among the wealthy strangers who will
winter in Washington. She will reside
on Q street.
Mrs. Qualtrough has returned to the city
for the season, having taken apartments
at the Richmond.
The first Informal hop of Company D.
Light Inrantry Corps, wilt take place at
its armory this evening. Dancing lrotn 9
till 2 o'clock.
Mrs. Hoke Smith has returned to the
city from Atlanta, ami with her bright
children Is established in her K street
Mr. D. Colin, of Buffalo, N. Y., is a guest
at the Dumbarton.
Mr. Herman Itarghauscn, Jr., has returned
from a visit to Atlanta.
Tli" Blue Bell Social Club was organized
Monday evenlnc at the home of the Misses
Adams. No. 90.r Ninth street northeast.
The officers elected were: Mr. George
Ardell, president: Mr. Edward Cranipton.
vice president: Mr. J. C. Edson. secretary
S We ask this repeatedly, because serious S
g diseases oltcn follow trifling ailments. 2
it - .
ujwu ore wcaxsui 2
generally exhausted, Z
nervous, have no 5
appetite and can't S
work, begin, at once 5
taking the "most re- S
liable strengthening 5
medicine, which is S
Brown's Iron Bitters. S
Benefit comes from 5
the very first dose. 5
IT CURES 8
Ovsptroia. Kidney md Uvea 9
Cohstipstioh, Impure Blood.
Malaria. Nervous Ailments,
Get only the genuine it has crossed ted 5
lines on the wrapper.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. ML 5
9 to 10.
18c TAFFETA SILK,
in changeable and figured
effects, for silk Waists.
Regular pries 69c nnd 73c.
lor this hour
MITTENS all wool. '
For this hour..
FLANNEL DRAWERS, 1
to 4 year sizes, worked but
Regular price, 25c
tor this hour
10 to 11.
12c and 15c JET EDG
INGS Forthls hour.
HDKFS in plain white and
Regular pelec, 10c
3 to 4,
Lot of LAMPSHADE
LACES in yellow, laven
der, green, and black.
Heirular price. 25c
For thjs hour.
Children's WniTE and
VESTS, PANTS, and
DRAWERS, sizes 16 to 28,
Regular price. 20c ty 30c.
for this hour..
NEL, both styletf, open and
closed at knee.
Regular Price 50c,
Tor this hour....
1 or this hour..
DOUBLE F,VCE Sclisia
Fast Black Back.
Tor this Lour .
314 and SloVth St. N. W.
and treasurer. Music was enjoyed until
quite late by thoce ireseni. Mim-s Adams,
lirown SK-nccr, Schwartz. King. Collins:
Messrs. Ardell. Crampton. bebwartz. Miller
and Frazee made up the party.
city, and Miss Adele Hnloe. of Jackson,
Tenn.. eldt-st daughter of ex-Congressman
II. A. Cnloe. were married at the First
Methodist Church or Jackson. Tenn.. last
eenlug. Ilcv. U. II. Johnson officiated,
the attendants of thegroom being Mr. C. P.
Herudon, of Washington, Robert II. Lind
ey. of Jackson: Dr. J. L. Cook, and U. A.
Euloe. Jr. Mioses Arrington, Harris, Duke,
and tikoffiugton, with Miss Famine Kn
loe, sister of the bride, as maid or honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson left for a wedding
trip soon after the ceremony, and will re
turn here In a few weeks and take pos
session of aiiartmects at the Woodmont
for the season.
Mr. I). M. Lee. of Washington, was among
the ushers yesterday at the marriage of
Miss Maude It. Sutton, or Baltimore, to
Mr. Clyde B. West, of the Richmond Dis
patch. Miss Rosalie Jones and Mr. W. I. Jcckurn
were married last evening at the residence
of the bride's parents. No. 20 8econd
street northeast. The drawing rooms were
prettily ornamented with flowers and
ferns for the occasion, and tl.e Kpiscopal
service conducted by Rev. Dr. Perry, of
Andrew's Church. The bride wore a gown
nt tan cloth, tastefully trimmed with lace
and chiffon, and entered with her father.
Mr. J. H. Joctiuni, jr.. a twin brother
or the groom, acted as best man. Mr. and
Mrs. Jochuin. after receiving congratu
lations, left for the Atlanta Lxposiuou.
Mr. Marshall P. Howard, of this city,
nnd Miss Elizabeth Rlggs, of Brookeville,
were married at St. John's Episcopal
Church, at Olney. yesterday. Rev. Will
iam Laird officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
Howard on returning from their bridal
tour will make their heme in Washiugtou.
Mr. Louis Ccnnlnsham. f.irmerlv of this
city, now a resident of Buffalo, N. ST., Is
stopping at the Ehbltt for a few das, ac
companied by his wile and mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Gurden Chapln will be at
home to friends Fndajs during November
at No. 2140 G street northwest.
A tea nnd reception nt the Children's
Hospital will be held on Saturday afternoon,
nnd that deserving charity will doubtless
be accorded ItberaliMitronage. The recep
tion committee Is coniioseu of the officers
of the boa I'd, Mm. Kennedy, Mnie.de Sibour,
St. Mary's Guild, fancy work: Mrs. Hop
kins, Mrs. Katifmann, St. Mary's Guild:
flowers. Mrs. Ramsey, Miss Eliot, Miss
Todd; candy, Virginia Dodson. Memorial
Chapter: tea table, Mrs. McUulre, Mrs.
Glover, Miss SchencR. Mrs. McCauley. Mrs.
Audenrcld. Mrs.'Shendan. Mrs. Johnstone;
Ice cream, Mrs.iHenry, Mrs. Moore; home
made cake, Mrs; Uae.
Miss Annie nsteuVCock. daughter of Mr.
ARred Cock, and Mr.1 William Silencer Ann
strong, son of Dr. W. J. Armstrong, of this
city, were married last evening at 8
o'clock at the Western Presbyterian Church
by Rev. Howard Wilbur Enals, Its pastor.
At the entrance of the church the bridal
party scparatedf iheijrlde, preceded by her
klx bridesmaids. Miss Kathryn Januette.
Miss Flossie Ellis," Miss Bertie Reiclienbacb,.
MUs Nellie Friebus.rMlss Mamie Arth and
Miss Mamie Coot.iand her maid of honor.
Miss Mai tie Cock, passing up the left aisle
on the arm of her rather, while the groom,
attended by hls'Dost man, Mr. John Arm
strong, and his ushers. Mr. Paris Brengle,
Mr. Will Prentiss. Mr. Vernon Hodges, Mr.
Peyton Gordon, Mr. Francis Stephens and
Mr. Will Starnell. passed up the right aisle
lo the chancel where the proccfsion met.
The church was prettily decorated with
potted palms, anil the uuptlal marches
were played by Mr. Harry J. Kimball,
organist or the church.
The bride was robed in a white satin
duchesse. garlanded with orange blos
soms. Her tulle veil was held with the
same flowers, and ornaments or pearls,
she carried Bride roses, tltd with n satin
The maid of honor wore white or
gandie over white satin, and carried
white chrysanthemums caught wlthslream
ers ot white. The bridesmaids were sim
ilarly attired, except that their sashes
at.". flower ribbons varied, being blue and
yellow and pink
The ceremony was followed by a recep
tion al the home of the bride for Hie rela
tives nnd bridal party, after which Mr.
and Mrs. Armstrong left for a trip to
the North. Upon thctr return- Ihcy will
reside at No. 1G29 Connecticut avenue,
where, after November 18. they will be
.it home on .Tuesdays throughout the sea
son to their frelnds.
As over 700 invitations were issued,
admissions to the church were only by
Among tne relatives irorn oiucr emes
who were present were: Lleutf and Mrs.
U. M. McNamee, of Fort Sill. Oklahoma
Ttri.nr: JJeuU and Mrs. A. B. Foster,
of Tort Wayne. Mich.: Miss Annie Murphy
and her brother, Mr. Wlll.Murphy. ol Ban
Jose, Cat.; Mrs. Barbara Lenman. 'of
York, Pa.; Mr. Al Rogers, of New York;
Mr. Michael Horrman and his sons. Mr.
Michael Huffman. Jr., and Mr. Al. Hoff
man, of Baltimore.
In addition to these guests were Mr.
and Mrs. George E. Wright. .Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander II. Bell; Mr. and Mrs. W. II. II.
Smith, Mr. George L. Edmunds, Mr. Mnhlon
Ashiord. Miss flatr, Mr. Luther Epple,
Mr. and Mrs. FredcTlclc L. Blddons, Mr.
nnd Mrs. K. C Brandcnberg. Mr. Clarence
Latimer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Thorn,
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dcrapsey ami Miv
llempsey. iliss Maggie Joyce, Mlis Young,
Mr. Ellis and sister. Mr. and Mrs. William
J. Miller and Miss Miller. Miss Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. llrandenburg. Mr. and
jurs. ucorge ,. rieming, .11 r. ana Mrs.
William i:. Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam E. Edmunson. the judges or the su
preme and local courts. M. M. Parker and
me inrectors or tne uoinmnia insurance
Title Company, and many other prominent
members of the Western Presbyterian
Mr. Clifford Atkinson, or No. 145 C street
northeast. Is confined to Garfiend Hos
pital, seriously III -with typhoid fever.
A very pretty wedding was solemnized
last evening at 8 o'clock at the residence
or Capt. H. Miller, 317 Thirteenth street
southwest, Uie bride being Mr. Miller's
second aaugnter, Uora J. bartier. ami the
groom Isaac Anderson, of Saginaw, Midi.
The house was profusely decorated with
potted plants and cut flowers.
The bride was becomingly attired in a
going-Jway gown of grey novelty cloth
and wore La Franco rosea.
The opening stratus of Menilelsshon's
wedding march, played by Mr. John Don
nelly, Jr.T signalled the entrance of the
bridal iiarty, who were preceded by the
little maid of honor, Olive liarber.
The ceremony was performed, beneath
a floral arcln by Iter. Mr. Oulwater.
pastor or the Kendall liaptlst Church. Mr.
Charles llredin, of Meaavllle, Pa., acted
ns best niau and Mlsa Nettle Harvey, of
Washington, was bridesmaid.
At the conclusion of the ceremonv the
TUests repaired to the dlnlrg-room. where
a repast was servea, after which the
urine ami groom iert amid showers of rice
for Dayton, Ohio, their future home.
Chattanooga, Tenn.. Oct. 30. Miss Eliza
beth Key, the youngest daughter of retired
United Stales Circuit Judge D. M. Key,
was married to-night to Garnett Andrews,
Jr., of this city. Judge Key was Post
niaMer General during President Hayes1
administration. Presents came from
every part afthe Uulted States. The
ceremonies were the most brilliant ever
Mr. William B. Shaw, of the finance di
vision of the Pension Office, has returned
to his desk, after a l wo months' trip through
MUs Elizabeth Patton. of the Interior De
triment, is spending her annual vacation
at l.er home tn New York State. She an
ticipates visiting the Atlanta Exposition
before returning to the city.
Mr. D. W. Coquillelt. of the Department
of Agriculture, left the city jesternay even
ing ror Riverside. Md., on official business.
It has just leaked out that Mr. William
Murray, of the statistical division of the
Agricultural Deiurtmeiit, Is to be married
early next month to a daughter of' Mr.
Amerlcus Davis, the druggist.
Secntary Carlisle, of the Treasury, who
went to Covington, Kv., the other day to
deposit his ballot lor Uen. Hardin and the
entire Democratic ticket, will tie absent
from his office ror a week or ten days.
Col. T. D. Yeager. of the board of re
view of the Pension Office, who was
seized with an attack of vertigo on the
street last Wednesday morning, has re
turned to tils desk at the office.
Tne Navy Detainment recently received
nn oil portrait of Hon. J. C. Dobbins, of
North Carolina, who was Secretary of the
Treasury under President Pierce. It will
tery likely be added to the official gallery
Word was received at the Pension Office
yesterday that another daughter of Mis.
Sarah Page, of the Eastern Division, died
at tti. home of her mother In Takoma Park
on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Page's exeri
ence during the past six weeks has been
an unusually sad one. this making the
fourth daughter that she has lost by ty
phoid In that length of time. She Is at
present lying In u critical condition al the
heme ot a friend, and it Is greatly feared
that death Is but a question of a f civ hours.
ERASTUS WIMAX'S CASE.
Trylni: to Break a DecUInn Favorable
to the Accused Man.
ArBany. N. Y.. Oct. 31. The case of
Erastus Wiman, charged with tnrgery
by his late partners in the mercantile
agency. R. G. Dun & Crt., came before the
Court of Arpeals here to-day.
Tne district attorney of New York
appealed against the decision of the su
preme court, which was favorable to
Air. Wiman. follow Inir the certificate of
doubt by Judge Barrett.
This decision reversed the judgment
of conlctlon under which Mr. Wiman was
a year ago last summer sentenced by
Jucce Incraham tn five and a half years
tn State prison.
The district attorney was represented by
John I). Lindsay, nnd the respondent by
Gen. Benjamin F. Tracy.
The contention before the court was di
vided Into two sections first, as to the
guilt or Innocence of Mr. Wiman. resting
upon his right to sign and Indorse the check
complained of: and, second, as to the errors
of the trial judge, when the case was tried,
so that there might or might not be a new
The question of guilt or innocence seems
mainly to rest upon a question whether Mr.
Wiman was or wasnota partner In the firm
of R. G. Dun & Co.. and whether he con
sidered himself such.
UNLUCKY THOLI.EY CAR.
Jumps Into tlieSmnellou-icTwlceand
"Hurts Muvor Plnuree.
Detroit, Mich., Oct. 31. Mayor H. 8.
Pingree and Congressman Corliss were on
t he rea r platf orni of a t ro Iley ca r, at Ma comb
and Russell streets, last evening, when It
struck a curve, leaped the track, and ran
across the sidewalk Into the same house
that was battered by another car two
The car was stopped suddenly, and the
Mayor was thrown through the open rear
door, falling on his hands and kuees.
Congressman Corliss, himself uninjured,
helped topick theMayorup. It was found,
bevond bruises, soiled clothes, and a dam
aged silk hat, the Mayor was all right, and
he went on to a political meeting.
Conductor Krauss, of the car. was thrown
off and is reported seriously Injured.
SMAHX DIAMOND THIEF.
Gets Avmy Wltli Jewels If He Hn
' to Swallow Them.
Chicago. Oct. 31. Charles Woodward,
who was taken in Bruges, Belgium, with
Harry Russell, is the man who robbed' Hen
ry Treund of diamonds and Jewelry valued
Freuud represented a New York jew
elry house and when In this city stopped
at the Palmer House.
While nbbeut from his room the apart
ment was entered and his eniire slock
taken. Woodward went tolhepenltenllHry.
After serving tils tenn Woodward was
arrested by Cuief llajdcn, of the Roch
ester police, while "pennwelgnting" u
As tie was being searched he swal
lowed four or five large loose diamonds
which he had secured. For this he spent
five years in Slngbingand bee ame famous
as "the diamond swallower."
TAlvUMA I'AIirt NOTES.
Mr. W. L. Follmer left the latter part
of the w eek for a visit to friends in Mich
igan. Mrs. A. V. Parsons returned Saturday
from a three weeks' visit In Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. Bachelder, of Magnolia
avenue, are at home Irorn a month's stay
in Culpeper, Va.
The property on Elm avenue, belong
ing tn Jucge Moullon, of Washington, and
now occupied by Prof. Dushane Cloward,
has been sold to Mr. Thomas Waters, who
will soon lake possession.
The funeral of Miss Fannie Page, which
took place from the Episcopal Church on
Monday, wasone of more than usual sadness,
this being the third death which has en
tered the home circle nilhln two months.
Onlng to the marked Interest shown
in ll e revival services at the Presbyterian
Church, Rev. Mr. Van Ness has dtcided
to continue the meetings through this
week, and will have the assistance of
ministers from Washington. On Mcnday
evening Rev. Mr. Bailey, of the Central
Union Mission, with a Land of workers,
was present. On Tuesday night the pulpit
was filled by Rev. George Little, and on
Wednesday night by Rev- Joseph Kslley.
rnssenRer Steamers Collide.
Portland, Ore., Oct. 31. The passenger
steamers Bailey Gatzert and T. J. Pot
ter collided near Kalatna 'yesterday morn
ing during the prevalence of a dense foc
Tne Gatzert was cut lo the water's edge,
but the damage was not sufficient to pre
vent her return to Kalatna. The Potter
sustained but slight damage lo her bow.
We have just received the first twenty cases of
the entire stock of Cloaks Capes and Coats of the
well-known house of Greene street, N. Y.f which we
purchased at 50 cents on the dollar.
READ THIS LETTER.
M. SILVER & CO .
65 Greene St.. N. Y.. Oct. 29.
Dear Sir Your offer of 50c. for entire stock of Ladles' and
Misses' Cloaks has been accepted. We have shipped thorn to
you to-day via B- & O. fast freight.
We must concratulate you upon securing such an elegant
line ot Cloaks in the heart of the season. They are the best
values we have ever sold to a,ny one In our twenty years expe
rience In the cloak business- Yours, respectfully.
SILVER & CO.
$11, $10, $9 and $8 Coats and
The greatest bargains are in
this lot as far as we have
seen during; unpacking-. Very
good quality Plain Beaver,
Kersey and Boucle Capes and
Coats; also some in Plush.
This lotincludes an excellent
variety of Misses' Jackets in
various styles. Regular val
ues arc S10, S9 and S8.
This Great Sale price is
$18. $16, $15, Coats and Capes,
This lot comprises some very
beautiful Garments for La
dies and Misses in Astra
khans, Boucles, "Whorurnbo
Beavers, and Kerseys in
plain and rough effects.
Values are marvelous, our
prices extraordinary. Reg
ular values of this lot are
$15 to $18.
This Great Sale price is
812-814 7th St.N. W.
FRESH GAMED GOODS.
New stock means fresh and healthy food.
We hare just received one carload of Honey
Drop Corn. Our price is the lowest ever
known 10c per can.
Emrich's Arctic Corn, 4 cans for 25c
Shriver's Blue Ridge Corn, per can, 8c.
Shriver's Nectarine Corn, per can, 10c.
French Peas these are genuine per can,
12, 15 and 18c.
American Peas, per can, 8 and 10c.
Our Pride of the Capital, solid Tomatoes,
per dozen cans, 85c.
Shriver's Stringless Beans, 3 cans for 25c.
California Apricots, 2 cans for 25c.
California Peaches, per can, 15c.
Delaware Peaches, 2 cans for 25c.
Genuine Bartlett Pears, 2 cans for 25c.
Our Canned Goods Department is without
competition, and we guarantee satisfaction
in quality and price.
EMEICH BEEF CO.
Main Market. 1306-1312 32d St N.W. Telephone 347.
Branch J!arets-i:iS tb Bt nw.; 20W 14th st, k; 8th and Jtsti mr; 3037 II at
nw.: Slat and Ksts. nw.;S15 Indiana aro. nw.; 5th and I sta. mr.;-Uh
and l eta. nw.: -tta st.
The proposed ircctlns of the Dlikcns
Cluh ha3 lx-cn postponed until next week
oivinjr to the Indisposition ot the president.
Col. Juan Lewis.
Superintendent Powell has rented the
lodcerimiii or the town hall for the ai-com-luodatiou
ot the fifth and sixth grades of
the Brookland puulii- sihool. The addition
of four rooms, wliiih was lately begun. Ls
progressing rapidly, but will not be ready
for enfupaucy for at least t wo months. At
the last meeting of the sthool board It was
decided to rent quarters In the Interim,
and this determination Is a subjeil of
great rejoicing to many Brookland lurents
who -were obliged to send their children
to the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Byrne have moved
rrom the Lynih property, on the Bunker
Hill road, to a pretty cotugp on Fort street.
The revival servli-csnt the Baptist Church
are drawing large crowds eaih night.
Evangelist Elsom speaks every evening nt
7:30 and the greatest Interest Is mani
fested in his sermons.
The furnace of the new M. E. ihtirch Is
boing placed In position, and the congre
gation hope to have their pretty edifice
properly heated In time for the Sunday
Dr. J. B. Williams is anticipating an early
visit to his old home In North Carolina.
Mr.C. K. lletficld will leave In a few days
for Now Tor. U
MUS. LOGAN'S DENIAL.
Insist Tlmt She- Will Not Speak at
tlie Cuban Meeting. .
Editor Times: Will you do me the Justice
use of my name In connection with tho
meeting at Metzerott Hall this evening
u tiimiitliorized. I shall Dot be there and do
not wish any sucli notoriety. I consider it
no part of my business to be conspicuous in
a matter of so much importance.
However mucli I may wish to see the
annexation of Cuba, I should hope it might
come about In a way mutually satisfactory
to Spain and the United States, as territory
has been acquired In other instances through
$8, $7, $6, $5 Coats and Capes,
A beautiful lot of 4 and 6 but
ton effects in 26, 28 and 30
inch lengths, in plain Bea
vers and fancy cloths, in
blacks, blues and browns
plain fur and jet trimmed
most modish goods exceed
ingly becoming. In this lot
we have also put a few Plush
Capes. Such goods have
never before been sold at less
than $8, $7, $6 and $5.
This Great Sale price is
$15, $14 and $13 Coats and
Ladies' and Misses' fine cloth
and Plush Coats and Capes.
In good quality plain ker
seys, Beavers, Boucles. These
are beautifully made up
goods some fully lined,
some half lined. The val
ues are extraordinary, and
Washington ladies are in
deed to be congratulated on
this opportunity. The real
values are $13 to $15.
This Great Sale price is
715 Market Space.
and la. ave. nw.: inn sc. and -N. 1. avo. nw.
the regular channels of friendly relations
between the two countries.
Tour immediate attention to this will
oblige me. Yours truly,
MUS. JOHN A. LOGAN,
October 1 ,180G.
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LULLY October 30, 1895. Capt. Meno
Lully, aged eighty eight years and ten
months, ac therrsidence of his son. Anthony
Lully, 808 New Jersey avenue northwest.
The funeral will take place Friday.
"November 1, ut 10 a. ru., from above
CAKIt On Wednesday, October 30. at
4 o'clock p. ra., Sarah Ellen, Infant child
of Patrick and Ellen Carr.
McARTHCU On Wednesday, October
30. 1895, nt 3 p. m.. after a lingering ill
ness, Ann W.. beloved wife of Alexander
McArlliur, aged GO years and 10 months.
Funeral services at her late residence. No.
1212 Linden street northeast, Friday af
ternoon, November 1, at 3 o'clock. In
termen tat Oak Hill oc31-2tera
LAKNEK On Wednesday evenlnc. Oc
tuber30, 1895. Charles N. Larner, husband
jt Ann Elizabeth Larner nnd youugest
on of Noble 1). Larner.
Funeral from his late residence. 92G
Masacniketts avenue. Saturday. Novem
bers, 1895,atl.30oclockp.m. Interment
SEARS On Wednesday, October 30,
1895. Mrs. Florence R. Sears, daughtei
of George W. and Susie V. Taylor.
Notice ot funeral hereafter.
MURRAY Daniel. F. Murray, husband
nf-Julia A- Murray and rather ot Thomas J.
Murray and Miss Mary Murray, departed
this -life after a short Illness at his lata
residence. 423 New York avenue northwest
Remains to be taken to Lynchburg, Va.,
'. - ij .