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,THE EVENING TIMES, MOSMY, NOVEMBER 25, 1895.
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LIKE A SWEATSHOP
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Complaint of Women Abput the
Printing Office Bindery.
NOT MR. BENEDICT'S FAULT
rids week It' Carreti JTe hare top
many and wo are going to thin oar stock
out Wo can't help lino do .036 money
on them new pattern keep comine
out, and we want to keep pace with the
world. We iron t hive old goods in our ,
tlock So down c:o the prices on all
CAM'ETS awuy, way dows th's week,
Moquettes, Axminsters, Tap
estry Brussels, Ingrain,
All tlio III'GS and AItT SQUAHES are
marked down, too, fur this week.
XVo'il Just .juoto you one prid but
that's enough lofcuuw that we mean bus
iness Excellent patterns in Tapestry
Brussels, good quality, for
45c. per yard.
Ksniutne your CarjHjU and Reo
whether yon dou'i want any yutt will
tae money by buylii; this week -
Wash. B. Williams,
7th and D Sts. N, W.
i Factory Sale
Of Clothing has been
a boon to man- men in
one of the
Takes the choir of any Suit
in tho eutlro lot Cheviots
Cas&ln.eres Worsteds Sacis
Cm a ways cone worth
Fery Overcoat in the lot is
lit lu the proper length aiid
stylo fitir choice of lllue or
Klnc-L Melton or Kersey.
J M. DYRENFORTH & CO., 4
I fi7l Pa flx- 4
621 Pa. Ave.
Absolutely Painless Dentistry.
. T is self-inflicted
ll D torment if
1$ bears the i
tO-f tooth nowi-id
tooth nowaday a.
ist iy and rea
sonable chare es
pi ico immediate
relief within the
crasp of every
o n e. I'aiule-s
EVANS DENTAL PARLORS.
1217 Ppnn. Avp. N. W.
Ceres Flour iiiiikei more Hiead,
nnikcs whiter Hrend, miikeH Itotter
ltriiul tliiin ntiy utlior Klimr inaiiii
fnctiired. llenare of Imitation, of
ill. Itnttid "Core..''
Are so well known 'round town
that they scarcely need advertising
They advertise themselves-
If you want to be In the swim you
"hail better net one.
GARNER & CO.,
N.E. Cor. 7th &VH Sts. N. W.
l'OIt J.OCKIID-OCT DIUVEKS.
Subscriptions Ciiiiilnir In to TlioTlme
1'onTty Iiitx, I" iniiiiy liiMtaiiccH.lald
11x111111(1 upon I hi' looked -ont employes,
tif tlio Aiuii'otm ."street Itnllroad. In
.ante rumilleH affected tliero 18 slok
nes und mi tiering.
TlifMj women mid elilldren lire
worthv object, of cuitrlty nnd the
roller fund Marled by The Times is
Below 1 tlio umoiint received to
flute, nil of which 1 turned over to
lhe Street Hallway Dnlon.
L'. G. Conn $25 00
I-utindry Workers, K. of L... 5 00
I. A.l(l,K. otL 2,500 00
K. V. Lawrence 1 00
Painters' I.. A17-J8,K.of L. 10 00
EecentrloEnglneers 5 00
Siiinucl Solomon 5 00
Carriage it ml Wagon Makcix. 5 00
nilierliniiKCn. Anscillbly.. .. 5 OO
Plasterers' As.Mmbly 25 00
Operative .Stonemason' As-
M)clatloiiNo.2,B.M.h.ndI.U. 10 00
CuMl f 1 50
A Wonmn 50
Tin nud Sheet-Iron Workers,
No. 2031, K. of I... i 500
Bilkers' Monumental Absent.
bly.L. A.2UK0.K. off. 5 OO
T. Jr. Judge. Aln 1 00
M. C. Murray, Tex 1 00
WuMilncton Musical Assem
bly 5 00
BottllusIloiiKeCiiipIoycs.. .. 11 OO
BukTTlrlvem,l,.A. 10-10-. 5 OO
luteruatlonnl I'rlntlUK Prcss-
aiun's Union -. .. .. 10 00
Local Union, 00, 1.. A 5 00
Clerks' Assembly, I.. A. 1250. 5 00
HarborR'As.sembly,N"o.4032. 5 00
llorxeoHoerH'ABMeuiblyXo.l? 11 00
Bntchera' Assembly, 0341.... 5 00
Last week of the treat money-raising
tale at the Xow l'ork Cluthlng House.
t Instated ThatMlnorOfnelul, With
out tlie Kunw'ledKe of the I'ubllo
Vrlnler, llne Arrnnsed n Scnlo of
ViKf. That tllM-x At any Women tlie
Scantiest Kind of u Livelihood.
lUilwtloitK in Hip nmount of tvork iriten
(frtuin einployes In the Government 1'rint
liiK Ofritx- lias rriiulUil In a renewal of
that (IhHilI-r.iilIi)ii tvhlcli xo often man
ifests ltxelf, liul M'Moui without sufficient
eaue, ill lliitt lir.iinli o" the inilillc ten lev.
It Is slaleil on the Wu'liest authoriiy lis
a matter of r.u! thai more tluin one hun
dnKl jount; women nlmscw lmi!a in the
binilery haie fur Hie p.t two mouth
Ihhmi un.ilile to mm in excos of S5 and
JIT cent JUT tlay, aeiiinlinji In tlie tlass
of labor performed.
This rale of iiiniensiilion allows tl.ee
Moiuen but (-.'.Ml ami 3W with whlili
to nui't all tin ir cxpent.'H nf llvins and
nialiitni.iiiee. Muni or ihrm are from
distant portions of the eiiuntry, having
no relatives or fri iuli In lliis illy, and
the hiii. ill jiitlancca reirlMd are utti rlj
in.iileiiu.ile to pay their board and tu
ihle tliein to eiisi lvltli'etvn lhe moat
riid (StUHIUIl .
Sl'HMlT T A I IIKLOrilll.
Hut in iliis iiiktauielt ti ems that C.ilain
i(y Ii.-ih lieen piitsl upon Adiermly. tiiiite
nienlly eaih (.ever In the liindiry has
bis-ii compelled to stiluult to one day's
furloui;li in i.uli ivU.
Tliia inferred Idleness nilni e the
nirkly remunernilon in $-1.25 and S4.-5.
This iiriictlcnlly means distress, lr not
panlal atarvation, to all tlne escijit Hie
few who lite Willi lliflr (i. in ills or other
rilatlves. A more pit I til 1 isinilitlon of
afr.iirs, it is s.uil, never rslsttsl in lliis
br.inili or the tim eminent I'rlntlii Dffiee.
Vllh the low limit if worfclveu tutliehc
eniployi-i, Mine of the nomeii report for
duty at eisht o'dock in the ili'iriunir, and
are on their way Inline hefore i lex en
o'cIik k. haxinir completed all that In re
iliilrid or iliini in lis II an three hours.
For some reason that has not jet bieii
disclosed a larc amount of txork tormerly
done in Hie liindiry him bei n.transrerrtsl
to the foldins room, xxhere the plrls xvork
In si ctions. and u lint liny are not eiir:irisl
In folilln flus"ts they m'U" books. At
tlie ilosc or the da the iimcieili are dl-x-dil
pro rata ain.-ns tho'e tonstltiitlnK
An application Is often made of tlie old
snjin? Unit noihlni; Is mi bad but nliat it
might he worse, and toxvard this latter i-x-Ireniitx-
Hie uomtu lu the bindery djiie;rr
to be rapldli drifting.
"Win ll a i halite or .diniiiihlralioii brought
Into office a new I'ublie Triiilcr, the
rolding inachliK-, then In i.s-e. were throxrn
aside, and Hie vitiuoiiiitcmuit was made
that it xx as the intention to liaxe all Hi. it
class or ix ork perrormed by hand.
cki:ati:i a hMALi. panic.
But now It Is said a new Milling maihliic,
liaxlng all Hie latest iiuproiemiuts and
appliauivs, hat, arrived and Is now in the
baHdlug. ready to Ix- mi up and put Into
niwratfoii. This ni.uhluc folds and gathers
and has a i.ipaciiy equal in one hour to
tin work of twenty girls.
The )iuittnipla!cd intruduitlon of this
Ialvir saving in. Kliliie hat, treated a partial
panic among lhe Women imploxeil in the
bindery and roldiug rooai, as it is held to
presage a material retluilion In force.
Those in the bindery are not m greatlr
xvorrled. as their ismditiou could not Well
Ik uiaiie more miserable or mibarrassing.
As those in litli gmili's now receive less
than fo ikt week, whlili Is not virfiiienr
for hcir-1'jpii.irt, Ihey would prefer a ter
tiiiiiatiou of their anxiety rather Ihati a
lHrHuiatiou of it.
The startling assertion Is. adx'aiircd, ou
authority if Hie most apparent riliabllity,
that It Is tiellevrd tin present systun In
Hie blmlery has been inaugurated without
the knovvliilgi or consent of I'tiblic I'rlnler
lienedlet. The oplnl.ill prevails that the
satwrilluatesiiiihargeof these departiueiits
haxeaittd in this matter entirely on their
'own n sp.Hisibillty and without having
flrslobtdiiied the approval of their wiperior.
Mr. Benedict has always Ihh.ii fnun start
to finish a rirm Isiicx'er In Hie uliolc loaf
doctrine. With his indtirtjon Into offkv
lieproinptly .itinouiietsl tli.it he xvotild make
suiti a reduition in force as xvould enable
those retained to earn living wages, and
those removed could have an opporliinitv
of M-curlng remunerative iinplojuiciil iKe
31 It. niCEIHCTS IIKLIEP.
In inrrjlng out this policy he discharged
more than one thoUKaud employes, declar
ing it belter for those who remained to
make reasonable wages than for Hie en
tire force to earn a mere existence.
,.XIr. lit nt did hits imanaltly affirmed Ills
ilUlKhef in the adage that a half loaf is
In'ttcr than none. He has l-eci consistent
iiitns.ittimptsto carry out this conviction.
Hut In null a large and complex establish
mint ns the tiovernmint Printing Offkv it
is imimssihle for any ont man to keep mt
sonal sapervisioiiovirall the minor details,
and thi-y must neci,ssarily be lert to Hie
Judgniiut and disiretlou of MilKirdlaatesv
It Is these minor ofriiiaK, and not Mr.
Uenedict, that these dissatisfied linplOJes
now holil responsible for the risliietiou or
time allowed euiplojis in the bindery
and their lieing in lonseqiiiuec placetl !'
low thexergcof starvation In 'onieciises.
it Is s.udi-suili terror has lieen inspireil by
those in pitty authority that the iinplojes
do not dare Jeopardize their positions by
inaking compliint to the I'ublie 1'rinlir.
it is conficinitly biliexeil Hiat when the
atteutlon or Mr. liuiedict is ciilltsl to tlie
matter, he will take prompt reinecll.il ac
tion and either discharge inougli of those
engaged in the bindery so thai those re
malulng can earn lair wages, or direct that
lhe work taken from that department and
performed in lhe folding-room shall be re
turned lothe bindery.
In-iH-ctors Heport lle.ull of InieMl
Kittlon In l'hiliidelpltla.
Karrisburg, Nov 23. The bwealshop
exil in Phikidilphla is gixlng Chief Faitorj
Iuspeitor Campbell mtiili couccrn.
W. J. Milligan, William II. Day, John It.
Emsley, and James Knight, Jr.. four of the
Inspectors, have Ju-,t fcubiuitted a nino:I
dated report to the department regarding
their investigations in Philadelphia. On
July 10 tliex begaii-thelr Inxestlgatkms in
the Seeoud imlice district, where tne sv eat
ers a re largily maile up of foreigners, whose
language the inspectors could not under
stand. Interpreters were assigned by Di
Tlie report states that the ins'iectors found
the work rooms xile and in uxery way uti
faxorablu for the liciilth of the sweaters,
as well ns injurious lb the conimtinity, and
fraught Willi great danger of the spread
of disease In case of epidemic. Tlie laws
were being violated lu ex'ery particular.
Oxer :I00 places were visited lu the
Second police district. About ninetv tier
cent xvere found in dwellings and tene
ment houses in xlolation of laxv. The
inspectors report thai they also xisited
many places xvhlcli the la wdoes not reach
places where onlv families arc employed.
There they found the condltlonsjustas xllc.
Kooms xvere used as workshops that ought
to haxe been occupied as living rooms.
In the Tlilrd police district the condi
tions xvere founit to be much the sumo
as In the Hecond district, xvitli the ex
ception that in this district were found
a large number of wholesale dealers who
runiiMica worK to mc sweat snops.
These. xvholesalerH were reimcstcd to
furnish the Inspectors with a list of
those to xflioni they cave garments to
be made up in .their homes or outside
shops. Many cheerfully compiled with
the request, and those xvho declined sup
plied tlio lists xvhen they were acquainted
with Hie law and the purpose of securing
In the Third district 220 places were
visited. The deputies say: "As the Intv
is new,nnd many of those we xisited had
no knowledge of it, an immediate enforce
ment appeared inexpedient, it not unjust,
and would have worked a hardship and
wrong upon a class of people who, If they
have nothing else lo commend them, have
at least the virtue of Industry. It would
have deprived hundreds of the means of
earning a livelihood and brought misery
and suffering upon their families."
A copy of the law was served upon all
tin- places inspected, and the attention
of those in charge was directed to vio
lations with suggestions that they should
prepare themselves for changed condi
tions. Struck by a KnllHtg Brick
John Erntln.aplumbcr, livin-rat No. 1214
II street northwest, had his head badly cut
Erntin was passing by a building Jn
course of erection when a brick fell from
the scaffolding, striking him on the bead
and cutting an ugly.sash. Ills Injury wits
dressed by Dr. FurloDg at the Emergencey'
Hospital, and he was put In bed.
ll mWr-, ill
r i j r, ( 1 jfcg (jlj -J
This complete Dining- Room, consisting- of one very handsome oak sitle
hoard, one 6-foot extension table, 6 high back dining- room chairs, Hi -ard- In
grain carpets only $34.50.
Ladles' Stylish Cloth Jociet.,
I.n'lles' Fine Cloth Jacket
7 1 iisilasssssPT
Our Prices the Lowest.
MAYER & PETTIT,
MEW FUNERAL FASHIONS
First Bill in the Senate Will
Make Them Lonesome.
NO LIBATIONS TO THE DEAD
Invitigltlion ok to tile CoM of Con
izrtssjituuil FiuiernK ltlocked In the
llouxe Senator l'effer Will 1)1n
aipolnt Griixi-flljiKlnji Quid Xiiiicm
It may or not lie a good omen for the
Senate, but the fact is, that onu of the
first bills to be presented to that body
will be one to make Ihoso who die pay
for their own funerals. Senator Piffer
has prepared the bill lo that cud, but said
iast night that all manner of absurd things
alwut the bill unauthorized by him had
been telegraphed over the country, and
which lie desired to have corrected.
lie recently made a request for the cost
of funerals of Congressional members for
nearly the past century, but circumstances
have blocked the Investigation, at least, so
far as the house Is concerned. It xvas
stated yesterday at lhe Capitol that Clerk
Kerr of the House, had commuulcated xvitli
Senator l'effer that ho could only furnish
the cost of burying Congressmen for the
past four years.
It is said that the reason for this is that
in past i ears I hese gre wsomc a ccou nts were
kept by various officers of the House, and
that the collection of data would be the
work of a life time. The secrets of the
House are therefore as safe as the private
funeral espenso accounts of the Montagues
aua capuiets. senator crrcr, when ask
ed about this, said that he had merely
received a litter yesterday morning from
the Clerk of lhe House.
COST OF OXE FUNEUAL.
It is deterraiuable from the records how
ever, that the average expense of laving
to rest a dead Congressman with his fore
fathers and mothers- is about $1,500, and
that there has been no variation from this
Jcffersonian sepulchral simplicity for the
last half century.
In the Senate It is different. The work
of having Senator Pcffer furnished wlUi
the information he desired fell to the genial
Col. Nixon, whom men of all parties love.
He Is the disbursing officer of the Senate
and has been tendered his place repeatedly
by Democratic and Hepubllcan administra
tions aliko for any number of years. The
data were obtained from the Senate Con
gressional library. Senator Pcffer said
that the figures had not yet been sent to
There will be, however, a great disap
pointment 'to those who had expected to
have discussed lu the Senate the amount
of wine bills, the cost of sashes, flowers,
carriages, and thecustomary suits of solemn
black which went to make up the features
of a well regulated funeral of one of the
conscript fathers when personally con
ducted by a Bet-ate committee. Senator
i . I
- i '
$8;90:jr-: no ms v ittii-'"
Pcffer said that the statements that he
Intend'tl -to exhume these details Xvas a
mistake. He Is dealing oaly with the gen
eral principal of expmse alt.iched to these
WHAT THE SENATOR MEANS.
Therefore his bill provides thatToiily in
loses of death right here at the Capital
shall the t-ennte superintend the ilitan..
Instead of a committee the liody Is to be
accompanied to Its last resting place by a
single attendant to lie designated by the
M'ltate, the expense lo fait where It belongs.
Senator Pfeffer is of the opinion that the
funerals as heretofore conducted are only
matters of custom, vxlikh can well tic dis
pensed with and that his bill provides n
certain manner in which the Senate can
discharge Its duty at least expense.
Another Senator who favors Mr. Pcffcr's
billsaid that the fashion of pourlugout wine
and iliaiiipagne and other xinous liquids
on funeral excursions was a relic of
Paganism. Libations or wine, he said,
have been out of date for sixteen hundred
jears. He thinks that one attendant can
Just as well keep a dead Senator from giv
ing away the proi-ecdings of a caucus as a
whole committee, eu route lo the cemetery.
He believes that Senator Fetfer's bill
will pass, but that, whenever a Senator
dies, the benate will simply make an appro
lirl.il Ion and so get around Its well-meant
HECAUSU SHE TAUGHT UAXCIXt;
"VouneLady Violently Denounced From
it Ca'mdcii Pulpit.
Camden, N. J., Nov. 25. Some of the
members or the Firijt,!!. E. Church are
deeply grieved over ttthat they say xx-as
an uncalled for denouncement of an es
timable joung woman 'by Iter. Dr. J. B.
Graw, paslor of the, church. Tim young
woman'h orrense cousisied of leaching her
joungcr sister and 'several of her girl
rrlcnds the art of dancng.
Miss Carrio Mead is one of the numbers
of the Uroadway Ms E. Church. A few
weeks ago her sister Edna, a girl firteen
years of age, asked Miss Carrie to teach
her and.ono or txvo tit her joung friends
to dance. Miss Mead consented, and the
lancing lesson began,. Last Sunday night
Miss Mead accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Murray, the parents -of one of Hie Tounir
girls she is tiaclilug,' (o lhe First Church
and had the misfortune, of hearing her
self denounced in flaming language.
In the course of -a sermon directed against
the theater and dancing and, other terrible
evils. Rev. Br. Graw said he had heard
of a young lady xvho had formed a danc
ing class and was taking the pure nnd
Innocent children of the, Sunday-school and
teaching them the terrible thing. He
likened such a young lauy to the tiger wtiii
Its soft, smooth fur, and Its deadly claws
lurking beneath. Continuing this line the
preacher said: "If that young lady Is in
the congregation all I have to say is that
she is a tooll"
Miss Mead was so astounded that she
could scarcely sppeak after the meeting,
hut since then her brother, Alfred Mead;
has taken the matter up, and says JQr.
Draw has not heard the last.of it by any
Cholera at St. Petembnrjr.
St. Petersburg. Nov.28. Ths ofricial sta
tistics show that from November 20 to No
vember 23 there were fourteen new cases
of cholera, and seven deaths. from the dis
ease in this city. During the past month
there were 23Gcholera deaths in Volhynla
and fifty-two In Kief t: -
Enameled Iron Slop Jar, with cover 65c.
Very handsome 6-picce cherr- frame Plush Par
lor Suits $30.50.
S-qt. Enameled Iron Tea Kettle 60c.
Massive oak Bedroom Suite, 50-inch dressing
case, 38-inch washstand, quartered oak, swell
top, French plate glass $3 1 ,50.
6 large pieces of handsome glassware 58c.
Very handsome brass and enameled Bedstead,
any size $5.50.
Enameled Iron Basting Spoons . 5c
Good quality Ingrain Carpet 25c.
HORRIBLE FATE OF PERDUE
Details of the Lynching of the
Georgia Graduate of Yale.
Mob of Citizens. Xot Nitifled With
Grand Jury FltidiiiK, Mioot mid
.Mangle tlio Vrofc or.
Atlanta, Noy. 25. The latest news from
Moutit Vernon, where the lynching of Prof.
L.W. Perdue occurred, says there is n great
deal of excitement In the community. The
officers are loud In their determination to
run down the Ivnchers, but it is generally
believed they arc known, andonaccojiitof
their prominence will escaiie indictment by
the grand jury even it taught.
Advices received today glxe additional
details of the affair and moredefinltu in
formaUou concerning the parlies to It. As
previoisly stated, he xxas In jail charged
by Miss "Willie Grady with haviug been
criminally intimate with her. The grand
jury did uot find a true bill, presumably
beeauso the girl xvas not able to appear be
fore thera .
At 1 o'clock Saturday morning twci.ti
three while men. well armed, went to
Sheriff Mf-Greimr's and aroused him. sav
ing they had a negro they wanted to put
in jail. As the siieriff i-aroe out of his
house and started to the jail ho xvas oxer
powered, relieved of his pistol and kcxs
and carried to the Jail, lie was linked in
a cell while the mob xvuited upon 1'ror.
Whcu the foreman of the mob called
out for Perdue three loud and despairing
crlesof "murder'' weroheard.
Prof. Perdue was taken rrom the Jail nnd
dragged about two miles through the
xvoods. Some of the mob xvent back to
the Jail later and released Sheriff Mc
Gregor but forced him lo go home and
keep quiet, guarding hc house to see that
he did nothing to apprehend the lynchers.
Testerdnv liiornlnc the sheriff organized
a searching party. The victim or the mob
wns found In the woods with ghastly stabs
about the head, and his throat wascut rrom
ear to ear. Bullets had puncluredtho body
until Its Identification was almost impos
sible. Perdue was placed in the Mount Vernon
jail. The grand Jury at the last regular
term of court did not satisfy the friends of
the girl. Perdue said he could bring wit
nesses to prove the girl's general bad char
acter, but the mob did not give him an op
portunity. Prof. Ferdue's family believed In his in
nocence to tho lust. His wife is crushed.
The children are nil grown and uumnrrled.
They all stand well socially and have the
sympathy of everybody acquainted with
the shocking afralr. Prof. Perdno was a
prominent Mason and Knight Templar.
The ramlly liax e possession or the mai.glcd
) We wish to acquaint our many friends
that we hare reopened our store under
new manacement, and that we are pre
pared to KlTO mora entire satisfaction
than fever. Wa have kept only the
choicest part of our former stockand
have added to it many sew designs.
Wall papers, frescoes and window
ahadta la perfection.
TbelmeeJ. L0IG &P7.
324 13th St., bet-.E andF.
o-tftAftRaasaR&s iftftso I
.-.-.-1 f . . -
A complete Kitchen, consisting- of one fine
cooking, utensils, one large kitchen table, four
Terms the Easiest.
415 7th St. N.
BRING THIS COUPON.
A pair of Lall03 25c. orergaiters presented
to eTery purchaser of Shoes to the amount of
f ? and over for Monday.
A Big Saving on Shoes
At our Store, for Monda- we offer ex'ery pair in the
house at a special reduction. Whether 3'ou need one or a
dozen pairs' it will pay you tp investigate prices.
LADIES' HAND-WELT and TURNED SHOES
Ladies' Fine Dongola Kids, Hand sewed, Button,
Square, and Razor Toes, Patent Leather Tip called ver
low in other stores at $2.50. '
Ladies' Fine Dongola and Vici Kid Button and Lace
hand-turned, Razor Toes, Patent Tip and heel fox an
elegant Shoe for Tender Feet. Sold by our competitors,
Ladies Fine Dongola Button atid Lace, Patent Tip
and Kid heel fox, Narrow, Square and Piccadilly Toes.
Beautiful goods and would be considered very low b nianv
dealers at S3. 00.
Ladies' genuine Kid Button and Lace, Nobb- st3'les,
and of which we have sold hundreds of pairs without one
complaint of not giving satisfaction. These would be
very low if we sold them at S2.00.
MEN'S CALF SHOES.
Our $2.00 Calf Shoes have been the best card we ever
got out. They are made in a substantial manner and
would be very cheap if we charged for thorn $3.00.
Our $2.50 Calf Shoes are made with very fine stock-,
stitched with the best silk. All the latest improvements,
have been put into these goods, and every pair warranted
to give satisfaction. Would be very low at the price $3.00.
BROWNS SHOE STORE,
305 Penna. Ave., Capitol Hill.
RSE Blankets from 75c up.
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kitchen range, one complete et
ha-dwood kitchen chairs, onlv
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coats II e n ' s Styll-U
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Smoked Hams. lie
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