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THE E VENXN G TIMES aiQPAY ,' XE&EMBER 2,18D5.
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Wash. B. Williams
A MAGNIFICENT DINING-ROOM SUITE !
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J Full Line
We have renounced all
profits on our stock; -wc
want to clear the store, as
we must move. Eveo--thinjr
goes at cost.
LndlcV Finn Dongola Dut
ton, nil the latest shapes
all il shoes co nt
Ladies' Spring-Heel Button
and I.ui- narrow opera
lee Kino Doncola, l-Itli
patent lip. All tSvalues.
Ladles' Ilinil-Sciron, nnr.
ro-rsr-ur-ro and pick toes
Fine Kid Talent loa
ther tips. tiM Talue ...
BROWN'S SHOE STORE,
305 Penna. Avenue,
JOHN S. CISSEL.
tholiaIo and Retail Dealer In
ST.M'LK AM) I'AMIV OKOCKItlE--,
TEAS, WINES, LIQUORS, S.C
moke cuts on fiiuicrHins!
The very best for tho lowest prlcos.
Mason's Large Shoo Illacking, 6c per
Jle son's "Ladles" Shoo Polish, Sc per
hiring Beans ("-hrives). 7c per can.
f-almon (Hat), 10c per can, tl.lu per
salmon Steal:, 13o rcr can, SUO per
lice Soap, T-Xie per rate.
Catawba Vt Ine (gallon), 7JC
J1.0O Hoiile Rye hlsky (1 it.), osi
1'ocIc-tuchI Chocolate, uc per pouau.
joux & cissi'u
1014 Seventh St. X. W.
Cere Flour mnke more J) r rail,
makes whiter Bread, makes better
Bread than any utbor Flour ninnu
fHCtured. Honara of Imitation of
tliu Brand Cere."
ODD FELLOWS' H ALL CAFE DIN
1606 M St. N. W.
Pltst-class catering for balls, parties anl prl.
-Meals, 13 aad 23c
Families supplied with salt water oysters by
the quart or gallon. '
Ice cream wholesale and retalL
JOHN VEME, Proprietor.
We guarantee a
nome testimonials Secure particulars
National Hernial Institute,
Ohio National Bank Bldf,
$100 REWARD gZSVSS:
testlon that cannot be cured with
Crump's Tonic of Frnlt and Spices.
A delicious and Invigorating ton!:. The most
reraerkable remedy ever discovered lor
(tomach troubles. Quick acting. The good
Hects are tell (rora the flrst bottle.
CRUMP M'F'G CO.,
tea F street sir.
I , , ,
470472 renn.yivonu. avuuue north
yrnt, near 6th street. -Boslneaa men'a
jonctl. 12 to 8 o'clock. 2Bo.j Ublc d'Dota
llBncT. 4:30 to 7:80 .uu Mo. oc2a-a
IN SOLID ANTIQUE OAK.
A handsome and well
made Suite, consisting of
6 Chairs, with cobbler
seats, Sideboard with
bevel-plate glass Mirror,
Cupboard -and two draw
ers and.6-foot Extension
THE SUITE, $29.00.
LADIES' DESK Solid
Oak with Antique finish,
Mahogany finish, or Curly
Birch? A very handsome
in Oak or Mahogany fin
ish, comfortable and
of Carpets and
That is what wc
quarters to do. We retire
quickly iis the stock of magnificently made
OVERCOATS, SUITS, TROUSERS, AND
CHILDREN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
can be closed out.
Everything in the Store is
Stock, Lease and Fixtures.
Be one of the wise
of this great opportunity.
803 Market Space.
M A. Goodman'a
In prices on Men's
29c. Neckwear, the newest OCn
19c. Half ITose, real honest lOrn
23c. Men's bilk Carters; with I Qn
nsonly I Ou
Celulold Collars, the on- I fin
breakablo sort I UU
11.25 Percale Shirts; most QO.
stylish; pood JJoG
229 Pa. Ave. S. E.
Absolutely Painless Dentistry.
ime was when
tolas had to bear
the pain of den
tal operations, or
have recourse to
the dangerous in
fluence of some
day, by onr
of dentistry, on
can undergo the
tions without pain
and yet retain the
nsaet every faculty, rainless extrac
tion SO cents.
EVANS DENTAL PARLORS.
1217 Penn. Ave. N. W.
There have been plenty of Chrys
anthemum Shows recently. The
"Show" of shows Trill occur hero De
clining Monday. All this beauty
A- ginning :
me, as we want your presence.
and D Sts. N. W.
have orders from
from business here as
SELL AT ANY
ones to take advantage
-It's now or never.
FOIt i.ocki:d-out drivehs.
SuIi--rlptloiis Cumins to TIiuTIiiiijh
1'oviTty lia In ninny InstanceH laid
ItH liand upon lln-iockcd-ontempldjen
of tliu Aiu-costln Street Railroad. In
homo faiiilllCH affected tlicre Is fclck
nins and t.iiffcrlnj
Tlieno women and children nro
nortlij- object-, of charity, and the
relief fnnd Marled ly The Times 1m
Below Ih tlio amount received to
dati', all of which 1m turned over to
the Street Ilallnay Union:
C. G. Conn S2SOO
I). A. 00, K. of T. S.SOOOO
Laundry Workers, K. of Ii.. 5 OO
K. V. l4.wrenco 1 OO
l'alnterM'L.A. ITdH.K.of L,. 10 00
Kccent rloEiit;lueer 5 00
Samuel Solomon?. . SOO
'PalH.rlaIlJCr, Assembly .. 5 0O
I'laKterrrH AhMmbly 25 00
Oiierattt o Stonemasons' jh
Koclatlon, Xo. 2, II. AI. and
LIT. 10 OO
Cash 1 50
A Woman SO
Tin and Slieetlron Workers,
No. 2031, K. of Tj 500
bly, I-. A. 2:181), K. of L,... , 5 00
T.M. Judge, Alabama 100
M. C. Murray, Texas l OO
Wash. Musical Assembly. 5 00
Bottllnc House Kmploycs.. 1 1 00
Bakers' Drivers, I,. A. 1046 5 00
I. V. 1. Union ...i lO OO
Local Union 00, L. A 5 00
Clerks' Assembly,L.A.1250. 5 00
Barbers' Assembly, 4032 .. 5 00
llorseshoers Assembly, 17. 1150
Butchers' Assembly, G341. SOO
Local Carpenters' Assem
bly, 1748 10 00
L. A. 1328, IT. of L., Col
ored Industrial Laundry
Workers ...:. 2 OO
Fr-sco I'nlntcrs C-OO.
T11IS TIMK A FARMER.
Wealthy Nebraskan, Tired of Life,
nanus Himself in His Barn.
Louisville, Neb., Dec. 2. Baturdar cven
iuir IVtcr Blander, .a wealthy farmer, n
sldlnic near tills place, hanged himself in
His dmiBhter-in-Iaw. Mrs. Gu Standrr.
discovereil him before life was extinct, but
was unable to cut him down.
Bhc endeavored to support him tovher
anus, attlie same tlmecalllnc for help, but
fainted from exliaustlonand fright, and her
cries reiiiaiued unheard, while Blander
Senator Harr7sjHas Referred a
Number to Cjjpissioners.
INTRODDOED tJtAST SESSIOH
Main Features al Measures That Will
Be Revived and I'ut Tlirougb ut
This Session Re'iruIatlnK Milk Su
ply., I'raellce4f Medicine, Saiilfury
Condllllons, l'olleo Fuud, Ac.
As the PresHenl's nicsaBc does not
Co to Cougre-s-j .until tomorro-v tbu
Cominl5slontrs will hare until tomorrow
morning to complete their report- When
it hag been sent in tlioy will devote a
Utile time to work U;at Is urgent umf
then lake up the pan-age of bill re
ferred to them a few dajs aco by Sen
ator Ilarrli as timinnnn of the Dhtrict
Commit Ivc. '
Tlie'ic ate nieusure-- relating o District
affairs that were Introduced In the lunt
Conitress. The lot baa already been gnue.
over ami a nunticr found which have al
ready been pavm-d, in lite main features at
Itus). Tlieu-h.tv lieen !dl ai-ldc. AmonkT
tliese is the bill lo reguute the -milk tup
ply here. In the Unt lo be,nuldcred are:
H. 2771 -To authorize the-extension of
the CyJuiubJa Kallway.CompaDjv
S. 2CS5-To regulate ll.eprutlice of med
itbie and (t.r-ery; to lic-ciiaeptiykltiaii. and
!urgeon, .uid to iiiiil-li' periom iulatuig
Hie lllroMilons ihenof.
S. MT- To autlmrlze the Commissioners
to make anil enforce sauitary and iuj-rau-tlne
S. L'uy.I To prciilclc fur the appointment
of a public uilmliiistTatir.
FOK 1-Ol.ICi: FUND.
S. 2007 Slaking renianeut pruvisiun for
the puljce lund or the lili.trlt,t.
H. 'Mil To regulate the telephone ser
vice in the District.
S. 2018 To provide fur making returns to
elCfUs of marriage service In the District.
H.J 774 To amend unact entitled an act
lo puuUU laiihjKwe.inn liefuretrul biurdi
i)l the metropolitan police force and Hie fire
8. 11)32 A bill to .regulate mctlfcjl col
leges In the DiMtict awl lor other purposes.
. 1005 For the relief .it purchasers of
certain luU in Vnhingtini.
H. 1601 To amend seUion Ki-'l of the
Iteviscd Slatntisui tne Uuiteit Stales relat
ing to the Uimict.
8. 1120 To provide for the punishment
of certain frauus.
fi. 120'j To amend ncctlnn 2 of an act
of Congress entitled nit regulating the sale
or Ilitoucalliig liipiiirs in tne District.
B. 12J0 To authorize the talo of prop
erty nliii.itedlii the illy of Ueorge town
B. 1037 In relation to the separate prop
erty of men uii women lu the imrict, and
for oilier p(irpoes.
8. "U2 To simplify Uic form of dcols of
i-Dtil trance, truii .ual nltaej or lain) In
imiit proi-oned hy Bo,iaior Cnamllir.
b. a 1 2 r"ur the relict or Esioer A.Kerscr.
B. SKI Authorizing the Commissioners
to accept luynient. without imeresl, of irr
tain special .issessmcnt-i.
H. 2131 To secure utilformltr in names
of minor street in IVasnnigton.
S. 1000 In relation, to taxes and tax
H. 101;, aulhorizing the Judges of tlio
eourt .if apiieals ot iho Dintrict lo ap
point a eiirouer.
a. 101)2, ror the-rcHr6.it, John W. Daniel,
fftrmerTy raviilerln e4'ector'8 oifJtc. -
Tlie bill providing f. making marriage
rcitiriflP infi,beeiiua(Jq unueeesisirj ls-- a
Mttlou or the Iiiiuud4 law aad probaLly
wlll not be prc-iscd.t
The regulatioii pruposcil for the telephone
service la to rix liie priee-i iter year r.ir
the use ot em li leltihouu, at !;2r to $.',u.
.ii-t-nntiiig tirlhe number m Iho fiame wire.
For the ihillee fund It Is proposed to set
aMu rroni llqunr . "fi-eu-.es $30,000. A
limit or B0 a 'mftnih "Is-fixed for the
amount thai mar be n.iij as a nensl.m
to any piilicciiian'-t-fmnily.- The allowancu
for funeral expcirS" llr7c. As tccoiii
nieiidations In this hill arc made both y
Auditor Petty ami Major Moore, and the
Comnilssiiiirs have expressed their ap--proval
of It. It Is likeiyinis measure will
itc vigorously pushed.
TAKE CIIAKQE OF ESTATES.
The public administrator, proposed In
bill No. 2093, Is to lake charge of cciati-H
when tfcertf is ho will, relations or heirs:
where the yxecutor falls to quaOifyi.TVpero
pi-npc'ny'TW subject to wasteland no one
0ienr8 lojakecsreof It, and when theoi;
IIuhTis court' shall order him to care for
property. Ho 1 to Ih- under $10,000 l-ond
and to settle his aecounu iu a year, and if
no claimant appears for propertr. he Is lo
turif it over to the policemen's fund.
The measure authorizing sanitary and
quarantine ri-giilailons siK-cltlctiliy names
tne making of rules for cars, lioats and pub
lic converances. Tne location and gov
ernment of cemeteries, hakeric-s, slaughter
houses, markets laununes anil other pia-e-i
of offensive hiisine-w, lrhiR-in hospital and
Infant asylums, are nWo to be provided fir.
as are the.dlsposa! ot uightBoii, tliepreten
tlon ot contagion from cllsi-ns-s and t re
production and sale of vaccine virus, anti
The act lo prevent adulteration of food
ami drugs Is amended so as to place its en
forcement la the hands of the health ofrlce.
A fine or $i00 Is flxisl ror punishment of
violation- of the law. If lu-sscd.
The other measures ot lmimrtancc In the
list have already, been referred to at length
In The Times.
SOUGHT RELIEF IN LIQUOR.
Cnptiiln Henly Bndo Ills Crow Knr.
Ban Francisco. Dec. 2. The troubles of
Captain Ilealy, of the revenue culler Dear,
have pro veil too much for the venerable
mariner and be has sought to drown them
Alie, reeeivlnc; -notice on Saturday from
the Secretary of the Treasury to turn over
the command ot the Dear to Lieut. .uhner.
Captain Henly called his old crew aft and
bade them a touening.rarewell, after which
he retired into bis.cablu and drank hlmscir
AH attempts to control the cantaln failed
and it was only after sleep had overpowered
him that his son wn able to remove the
unfortunate navigator to the Home of the
Inebriates, where he will be detained for &
JILTED WOMAN'S REVENGE.
She Induces Her Brothers to Murder
the Man She Loved.
Stockton. Cal., Dec. 2. A few weeks ago
George Morris, agent for lVclls Fargo Ex
press Company at "Chinese Camp," near
Ui Is city, was brutally murdered, supposcellr
by road agents.
Detectives wore placed on the case, and
today a confession was secured from Mi-
Ada McKeynolds, of Chinese Camp, wherein
she statesthatslicwa-. enamored of Morris,
who rejected her, and in a fit of pique, she
Induced her brothers. Albert anelTl esley M e
Keynolds, to murder huu, in revenge for the
slight. - ''
Excitement atllic-Ctimp runnbigli.nndlho
officers will remnva -the trio from the
county to prevent n-olrylolunco.
SHOT THROUGH THE HEART.
T-resldcnt of a MniiiifHCtiirint: Com
pany Co-ninlts Suicide.
Chattanooga. Terini, Dec. 2. Herbert C.
Bat-rock, president nf the Cherokee Mnn-uractu-1URComiaiiyofRaIton.Ga.,hot
seir tnrougn tne ne-ari, jr-sieruay afternoon.
dying instantly. The tragedy occurred in
bis office ami was uniritnessed.
Grave doubt exKts as to whether Ibo
deed was suicidal oraccldental. as no cause
is known why ilecT-aw-il should take his
own life. The weapon, used was a pistol
Belonging to the night' watchman, which
lay on the mantel piece.
Deceased was about thirty-five, married,
quite well-to-do and Very much esteemed.
Attemptedto Break Jnit. fc
Albany. N. T., Dec. 2. An attempt wa
made to break Jail herr-yesterday. Included
among the conspirators were Count Mark
bblnburn and William Drown, the notorious
Middlehurg, N. T., bank robbers. The
scheme was discovered and the men placed
In guarded cells. A table knife tempered
and notched was being used as a saw to
goodefrectonthelron bars when the scheme
was frustrated. Bhlnburu and brown are
to be taken to Mlddleborg today fortri.il.
IF ALL OTHERS FAIL CONSULT
1C Fourth st-ne-lTVaslilnj-ton, D. C.
and Skin Diseases. Indigestion. Liver. Kid
ney.. Bladder, and Urinary Troubles, Piles,
Fistula. Stricture, etct
A NEW METHOD for nermanent and
quick cure of all PKIl ATE diseases anil
womaD UIJ-dpuiui-';, jimiiy ne-'r-i-
tlOOlS, i, lO-X U-'Ul,' l" O -li.-UOUIl-
AIDING AN ORPHAN ASYLUM
St. Vincent's. Fair To Be Opened
Tonight at Carroll Hall.
Booths Will Bo In Foil Blast, Pre
sided Oi ee by Young Ladies Good
Musical l-roi;runi Arranged.
St. Vincent's Orphan Asylum was found
ed In 1825, anil during the seventy jenrs
of its existence has received most gen
erous help from the people of Washing
ton, regardless of creed, who have nev
er railed to respond liberally lo each ap
peal the orphans have made-
Their fair will be opened tonight at old
Carroll Halt with an address by Rt. Rev.
John J. Keane, D. D., followed by amu'ieal
program that will include such local tal
ent as Big. Htilna, Mine. Matna, Miss
Blanche Maltlugly, .Mr. W. D. McFarland.
Mr. Bernard Kyan. and a full chorus.
The ladles In charge of the booths, nhicli
are under the patronage of the different
Catholic churches of the city, are;
St. Patrick's Mrs. J. K. Galloway, Mii
Nellie Urawncr. Assistants: Misses Mamie
C'exik, Addle IlucLley, Mamie 1-ivnn. Clla
Conk, PhcucLlpsciimo, Julia Schinil. Medle
Wiles, Mrs. Iloilman, Mfs. Ca-i-aday, .Miss
Unpiiael Ellis. Miss Anna Ward, Misses
Phillips and Mjgee.
St. Aloysius' Mrs. A. U. Coppers, Mrs.
J. II. UccLc-r, Mrs. j. Uiipic-rt, iir-. Wllham
Schwlng, Mrs. Preston, Mrs. J. Elbert.
Assistants: Misses A. Carrutl, A. Connor.
Anulc llussey, isuele Deiereux, Mary Hev
ereux, N. ISriisi.an, Jl. Duify, L. Meiike, M.
lie-raid, E. llenild, AI. Maguire, Mi-"tiiue-s
hpottswiHHl, I!. Hayes, . lleven-ii:, Fla
tenty. It. UeriM-ricK, U. liiirns, G. IhTolil.
Atthur Keeker, Misses Mamie Prevton, E.
Hughs, L. Kelley, J. IVlse. E. II. Uli.ifoii.
A. uieasou, N. lte-ckc-r, Iianliug, .Men.iu.
MeMlnauun, A. Itotn, M. let h. A Hover.
Mary Uover, L. Miller, K. Miller, U. Herold.
J-acred Heart ilrj. .1. A. it- Tlerrr.iitt ntHl
Mi-s. U. II. Campbell. Assistants: Misses
Kate eimpneil, McDcnnott, I'.-innle cami.
betl, Itamlolph, Mrs. Oeiirge Kenuer, Mrs.
K. It. Cooke, Misses Annie Lally, Leo Lalley.
Jennie Dant, El!.i Dant.
St. Vincent's Mrs. Newton II. Bowman
and Mrs. 11. Komaine. Assislauts
iii-sti Kate Costello, Koae L)nii, Uiziu
Ljnn. Margaret O'Ketlly, and trama bhec
ban. bacred Hi-art (cunfectloncrr Misses
Dant. Knndnlph, Susie Herbert, Mrs. Kcn-nc-r.
Mrs. U. L. Cook, nuet Misses Kale, Fan
nie, and Dell Campbell.
u i'aui's Lu i table and doll annex
Mrs. Oscar P. hchmidl. Assistants: Misses
I-o-ilic Boone', Mury Dunn, Mrs. Charles
Ma)s, liisM-H Katie Ilihicn, Leonard, i-ou
Der. Daisy Djer. Tjson, I'onl. Hunter.
Hojle, DuIInmel, Treanor, Mrs. Hejgstcr.
Alisses Bell. Ycalcs, i oung, llerrou, onct.
Immieeui.tte Conception Mrs. John T.
Howard. Mrs. Thomas McUermnit. As
sislauts. Ucsdamc-s Maxwell, i-hcckles.
Jojce. Wheeic-r, Daff-, Misses A. Kearon.
Hurry. Munihy, Houvet, Osieniinnn.
O'Hnnioii, Mulull-, Mc-Geary, and Max
well. Lemonade table Mrs. J. A. Mankln.
Assistants: Mesdanies J. DnuFcareni, E. M.
O'Connor. Misses snrali Mankin. Lorinnr.
O'Connor, Lucy 0 ster.
louuji- nianu aie-.srs. j. it. eiauoway,
A. B. Coppt s, Frank N. Devcri-us. Ed Volgt.
Floral Imi er Mrs. N. II. I'owimm.
Supiier table Mrs. J. T. Cailaghan.
Assistants: Mrs. Annie C. Patten. Miss
l. G. Callagl.aii, Miss "Brooks, Mrs. Fcaly,
Misses Hale, Se-mmes.
St. Peter's Miss Laura Cailaghan.
Gipsy booth Mrs. Fallon.
Post-olltcc Miss Currau, Miss -Walct-me'rer.
WANT THE CONTRACT.
"Cramps Offer to Build Three Battle
ships for I'rico of Two.
Philadelphia, Dec- 2. Henry W. Cramp,
of the great shipbuilding firm, riturnc-d
from New "fork last night and c-onrirmesl
the statement from Washington lliat the
William Cramp and Sons Company had
submitted a bid lo the Navy Departmcnt
agreeing to furni-.li three battleships or
the type of the Indiana for the sum of
8,000,000,000. Mr. Cramp said that tbu
battleships were lo be- construe ted ae-cord-ing
to plans and specification-, and the
Pn-ladeiptilafirm agree- to lurnisli the ar
mor for two of the war vessels, giving the
thinl without armor to the go-eminent.
" Ves," he continued, "the bids were
opened at the Navy Department at noon
baturdar- Theolherbidoerswcretlie New
port News Company and the Union Iron
Works of San Francisco. We propose that
the boats shall he or 10,000 Ions displace
ment, which is materially larger than the
battleship Indiana. In fuct, tne published
rrports of our bids submitted to the Navy
Department are true."
When Mr. Cramp asked why his firm
had made the IilR-ral proposition to build
three battleships for the United spiles Gov
ernment at the maximum cost fixesl bv Con
gress for two battleships he replied with
"We simply want to make it interesting
for the N.ir Department, and, bestde-s.
we want Philadelphia to get the contract.
tr we iiave any run her reasons we wild pre
sent the same to the Navy Department."
Mr. Cramn said that the bids are now in
the nands eir Englne-er-in-Chie-rMelvliiennil
Naial Constructor llichborn- When tliu
contracts llll be a -curded he could not say.
BEARS A CHARMED LIFE.
Knocked Under a Train, But Crayi led
Out Without a Scratch.
Millvllle, N. J., Dec. 2. Floyd Huntley, a
twclve-ycar-oldcarr lng-up boy at Wlieaton
.i Co.'s glass factory, et ideally has a
charmed lire. He wanted to get across the
West Jerser railroad tracks, which pass the
glass works, late batunlar artcrnoou, hut
loiiud a rrelght train standing there. He
Jumped on the bumpers or a coal car. The
train started at mat moment, and Iluutlev
i as thrown orr against a freight car stand
ing on another track, lie bounced tiack and
fell under the moling train
While a hundred ot the glass w orkers, n n
able lo rescue him, expected to see him
ground to pieces, the boy calmly pulled him
self from under the moving train. Someone
told Mrs. Huntler of the escape. When
Floyd got home tils mother said: "What
would lliavcdoncif yourmanglcdlsHl had
bi-cii brought home? " "Got $116 Iirclnsur
unce," ct-olly replied the boy.
NOT IN CONSECRATED GROUND.
Catholics Refuse to Burythe Body of
Marlboro, Mass., Dec. 2. Joseph Cha
bot, who died Saturday, was a member
ot tbu French Lodge or the Knights of
Pythias and or St. Mary's Roman Catholic
Church. Some time ago a decree was read
in the church forbidding members to be
long to secret societies.
Now the Rev. J. C. Caissc refuses to
have the body or Mr. Chabot buried In
consecrated ground. Some or the rellow
knights ot the deceased have obtained
letter-- rrom prominent Catholics In the
city and have requested Kev. P. A. lic
Kenna to Intercede with the nrchblshon
in behalf or the family of Mr. Chabot. who
strongly desire thai tne remains bo placed
In the consecrated cemetery.
CHOPPED DOWN THE POLES.
Heroic Way of Bringing nti Electric
Light Commny to Terms.
Wheeling, vT.Va.,Dcc. 2. Several hundred
Bridgeport and Martin's Ferry people
rougnt last night. The Bridgeport Electric
Llgnt Company was ordered by the Martin's
Ferry city council to take its poles off
Martin's Ferry streets.
The tlmeglven the company ex pi red yester
people armed themselves with axes and
chopped all the poles down, the work ex
tending until late in the afternoon. Many
Bridgeport people attempted to prevent the
work of destruction.
The greatest excitement prevailed In The
two towns throughout the day. It being
Sunday, no injunction could be secured,
against. Martin's Ferry Inhabitants.
MRS. BdrD GETS ?2,750.
Sued Heading Bond for $20,000 for
Loss of Her Husband.
Carlisle, Pa., Dec. 2. After a lengthy
trial the case in trespass brought by Mrs.
Emma Boyd against the Philadelphia &
Heading Railroad Company terminated late
Saturday night, when the Jury rendered a
verdict giving Mrs. Boyd damages in the
sum ot $2,760.
The amount of damages asked for was
$20,000. Mrs. Boyd brought the suit on
Die ground that her husband, a hmkenian
or the defendant company, was killed In
March last near Bblppcnsburg while dis
charging his duty.
"Tht Negro In Music."
The Belhcl Literary and Historical Asso
ciation will meet on Tuesday evening at
the Fifteenth Street Presbyterian Church.
The paper will be by Will M. Cook. esq., of
the Dvorak School of Music-. New ork.
on Iho subject, "The possibilities or tho
negro In music." He will be assisted bv
Mr. Burleigh of the same city, who will
slug souio classical selections Illustrating
j S. Deslo:
OppcKlto Boston HoUm,
Brooches, Link Bracelets, Scarf Pins, Link But
tons, Tiara Clasps, Charms, Lockets, etc., set
with very line genuine Brilliants, from $5 to
I can also show you the largest stock of Solid
Sterling Silver Novelties, from 25 C. up.
I would advise you to buy these novelties now,
when they arc gone we cannot duplicate them.
Just received from France the finest selection
of Pocketbooks. Card Cases, Cigar and Cigarette
Cases, in the very latest colors iu genuine leather,
with or without silver and gold mountings.
M3- stock of Opera Glasses cannot be cnccIIciI
as I import them direct.
It will pay you to inspect my stock, -ihlcli Haver was as
largu-nor prices as lowusjust now.
I am op.-n 1:1 cnlngs until 0:30 p, m., beginning .Monday.
Come and haic jour goods laid asldo WITHOUT a de
posit, as wo trust to our Uoncsty.
s. desio, yBsrrinfl
1012 F Street Opposite Boston House.
and all of them selling away below their values. "We
have bought heavily and we are overstocked.
We'll only mention 011c, but that will show you what
sort of prices wc have put on them all the others are
just as big bargains.
Chamber Suite polished oak 30x24
bevel plate mirror in dresser perfectly
made really good, substantial furniture.
$25.00 is the lowest price
seen it sold for elsewhere
to see us through
WE have had the good luck to gain a respite of thirty
days on, half the note wc gave to Berghcr Bros. It
was utterly impossible to raise the whole amount.
Alf wc coulddq was to send them $8,000. "We were
much relieved when they allowed us another thirty days
in which to raise the balance. Money is scarce, and the
season is getting far advanced, and it will be a hard strug
gle for us to raise it-in time. Wc will have to make prices
LOWER THAN EVER
to compel buyers. If j-ou want anything in the way of
clothing come and get your pick you can buy suits,
overcoats or children's clothing almost at any price
now, for we have to sell, no matter what the loss.
New York Clothing House
31 1 Seventh Street Northwest.
If so, sigtt this coupon and stnd it to
THE TIMES, where it will 6e added to a
monsUr petition to be presented to Congress.
Address '. ,
You are paying twice what you should.
factory lias been working
night and day to complete
my Diamond stock for the
Holidays, and am prepared
to show you original designs
in Diamond Jewelry, such
as Rings, Earrings,
wc have ever
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