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THE. EVENING TX&IESi SAT trKDAX; DECKMBEH 14, 1895.
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Of Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Gar
ments, to continue
until closing time-
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A110UT SOMR WOMEN.
There is siilendlil material in that Aub
case for a realistic novelist. The
faiuojs AorvrccMii writer. Lie. is tbe most
appropriately named author to handle it.
To a ba.irdlngEchool miss ivlioinet Joseph
Jeirerbon at i tea table anil began to talk
to him about Sabbath breaking the nitor
salJ: "If I were a fisherman I should
rimer fish on Sunday, bat. belnc an at tor
I can rest both soul and body by fishing.'
A writer's description of the sultan's
ha rem and domestic life, in the ForlniRlilly
Relieve, bays that his wives all "dress in
llaropean fashion, but almost invariably
in the costliest conceivable tea jrovr ns from
r.irls and Vienna." We arc told. too. thai
Abdul Ilaruid II is the first of his roval
race who has ever admitted a Christian
vvonun to Ills table. Ills household includes
no iis than G.000 persons, 400 or ko or
whom are cooks. Yet "his life is of the
simplest and most arduous."
Alexandre Dumas was a stronctbainpior
of equal rights for women. "In it not ab
surd." he said, "that Joan of Arc, if now
.intone us, could not serveas a wlrnessof lot
birth of a neighbor-h child or vote for town
councilor In any part of the fair France she
savedT France was proud of Do Sevlcne
De atael. and UeorRe Sand, but refused
them the lIvII and political rizlils exercised
by their coachmen." Ills pet arKutnent war
U.nt.is iroman is man's equal In most thiiijre
and his superior lnothers, with equal respon
sibilities, she shoald be declared his equo!
Miss Balfour, sister of the leader of the
House of Commons ,1s the exchange editor
of the British Ministry. She reads all the
principal newspapers, daily and weekly,
and marks whatever she thinks will be of
use to her brother and bis colleagues.
The wlfeof Sir Phillip Carrie, the Brltist
ambassador at Constantinople, is the lady
known to tbe literary world as "Violet
THBKB AKE NO MOKE BELLES
"IX THEIR TEENS.
Women of Forty Years of Age
Have Thrown Young Girls
in the Shade.
At a very smart wedding a few dajs
ago, it suddenly occurred to me that the
eminently lovely bride walking down the
ainle was not a day out thirty years of
age, and jet she had never been thought
of as anything but a )oung and beauti
ful woman, and the term "Old maid"
would lure been as likely to be upplied
to the nun at her tide a.s to betself; and
I could not but think how notably in tills N
rtgard "the old order chungtlh, giving
place to new."
Mt'ldciis who ltave parsed their thirtieth
year may nuw claim that the) represent
the most iierfett and advanced tjpe of
maidenhood, and look down upon girls
who marry before t went) -flv e as v cry much
more akin Iomu age:,, for ll is a well-known
fact that the age of marriage udxances
with civilization. Among Australians
and other savages girls marry at eleven,
ten, or even nine jears of age; amoiigseml
clUlizcd Eg)ptlans, Hindoos etc., the
age is fr.mi twelve to fourteen; Southern
Europeans marry their girls between the
ages of fifteen and eighteen, while amongst
the nations v. ho lead modern Utilization
the age is a constantly rising one; from
seventeen or eighteen, of fifty jears ago,
the average has risen to bctneen twenty
one and twenty-five; and does it not lpl
low by Inexorable logic, that girls who
wait until twcnt)-elght or thirty are fore
runners of a still higher civilization.
It is not oiuy a fact that women marry
later in lire than they used, but It Is equally
true that everywhere the more mature
woman is to the fore. The )ouug and In
experienced bud has ceased to be the reign
ing queen of the hour. She has been
forced to )ield her place to the maturer
woman, the woman of cultivated mlnu and
maimers, of broader experience and wider
The tastes of men in this regard seems to
hae undergone a complete revolution, and
iu,tead of fluttering about the Inexperienced
diliatante. talking pretty nothing, they
are matching their experiences, broadening
their liorlzo n, sharpening their vvILsin clever
conversation with honiebrllllant and beauti
All this is onlj the natural result of evo
lution. With l.er deeiHrr interests, wider
outlook, enlarged S)iupathits bhe scarcely
feel the relentless march of the years, and
with all the new light upon her ph)sical
care and condition, bhe cau easily look as
oung as she feel. Kouge K)ts, wigs and
hair elves have happily gone their way, and
trtt.li air, exercise, baths and diet b.tvc
taken their place.
Xovvadajs, It women grow stout ard
clumsy, or thin and faded at an early
age, it is not or necessity, but rrom innir
Terence to tl.e laws of health, or weak
self Indulgence. It lias been so thor
oughly demonstrated how to avoid the
baled enilMiiiHiiui that orten dimes with
middle age, that being stout or slender
seems quite a matter of choice.
Indeed, the most ailv.mcoil exponents
of the "Xut and Fruit" system of diet
claim that the natural ago of man is
from 1-0 to 140 years, and thai his best
working J ears should be from 80 to 100
and tell wonderful tales of women being
radiantly beautiful at 80, owing wholly
to a consistent fruit diet.
THE NEW HEItOINE.
And as the literature always reflects
the times, the girl of sixteen as adored by
Shakespeare, Byron, Moliere, Voltaire,
'ott Is no more to be to Hid. Kleiiore. the
heroine of Benjamin Constant's novel Adol
phe, is perhaps the first specimen of the
modern type made fashionable by Balzac
and George Band, the woman of thirty in
love. Formerly as Jules Jnnln remarks
the woman between, thirty and forti )ears
of age was lost for passion, for
romance for the drama; nowsl.erulesalcne.
MaddEie Emlle de Girardln in defending
Balzac says: "Is It Balzac's fault that the
age of thirty today is the age of love?
,!! is i iiium I'd iru'cplci passion where
he finds it, nnd at this day It is rot to
Lefourd in the heart of a girl of ten."
Our own Howclls has never done any
thing more charming than portraving the
dlemty and 3wetncs of "Indian Siim.ner"
love against the background or that or
the Immature, limited, sdly Imogene. And
one of tbe most delightful of Harper's
stories last year was "The Colonel s Christ
mas," b) Harriet Prescott Spofford, In
which while two young women are each
plotting and planning the capture of a
wealthy and distinguished gentleman, ne
quietly falls In love with and marries their
stepmother, a woman of forty.
n the drama the same thing is con
spicuously true. Tbe Ingenue must con
tent herseir with a simple "les, mamma,"
while all the power, passion nnd dramatic
interest of the play centers in the woman
of riper years. x
In art this has always been more or
less a fact. Ancient sculpture abounds
in examples of mature womanhood.
Venus di Mllo Is evidently a "woman of
30. All the Junos, Mlnerras, Venuses.
Malpomcnes and many Madonnas arc
mature women. Titian preferred to
paint women at 30. Ruliens goes with
out difficulty as far as 40. Van Dyck
does not rcntrnlze age al all; with him
art Is free. He entertained a sovereign
contempt for Uruc. While Rembrandt docs
mnn?: by a gesture, a look, a smile he
But we can't quite fnrget the sweet
hope that Kipling's maiden of 17 Indulges
In when thinking upon her all-conquering
rival of 49.
' "But even she must older grow
And end her dancing days,
She can't go on forever so
At concerts, balls and plays.
One ray of priceless hope r see
Before my footsteps shine;
Just think, that she'll becighty-ona
When I am forty-nine.
Society's Latest 'Tad"
Is to bar ona or two at last nf thosa Terr
rfalntr looking Dresden Ch'na Clocks I'm sell
lag at t J and nn.
SPIER'S, SH Ninth t, near Pa. At.
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A Seal-kin Coat mid Citp.
WALES ON WEDDIHGPRESEHTS
Very Particular As to Who Shall Make Gills
to Princsss Maud.
Ghosts That tho Vounc Brldo May
Expect to Soo When United with
Prlnco Charles of Denmark.
The Frince of Wales has Just caused it
to be publicly intimated in Euglard that,
on thcnccabliniof themurriageof his young
est ilaughter, Frincess Maud, to Frince
Charles of Denmark, no wedding presents
will be received irom people whnse naiuct
are not nn the visitors' list at Jlarlboruiigh
Iioum; and vv'Ihi dn not belong to the circle
of personal rriemls nf the royal master aid
mlstressof S.indrlnghain. An exception will
be made In favor of public lxlles and cor
porations, but only In tbe event of their
having prev lously craved anld obtained per
mission to make presentations to the prin
cess. The prince Is firmly dcltrinintd that
there shall be no repetition of what took
place at the time or the marriage of his
eldest daughter, the Ducliessof Fife, and of
his son, the Duke of York, w hen hordes of
pushing and vu'gar nobxlies sent in gilts
ranging in value all the way Irom $15 to
$23,000 without enjn)ini; any pergonal ac
quaintance with the ro)al personage to
whom the gilts were addressed, and prompt
ed only by a snobblush desire to see their
names printed In the list or donors of wed
ding presents, thereby hoping to convey
the impression that they were on terms of
intimacy with theirfuture king and queen.
This rule against accepting presents used
in former dajs to be very strictly observed
by the English rojni family, nnd Is so still
by the queen herself, who Is very chary lu
condi-scindlng to accept anything in the
shae of a present from a subject or from
a foreigner of non royal rant. But in the
JJS' SJt Sf "s . a
CHEER ITP. GIR'lS THEY ARE COMING.
minor ranks of royalty there has been devel
oped a considerable amount of laxity in
this respect, and there have been sev oral In
stances In recent years where the value of
gifts donated to members of the royal fam
ily by the queen's subjects have been of
such a size as to provoke unpleasant com
ment in the press, notably wren the vvm
owed DuchessofAIbaiiy. oneof thequeen's i
daughters-in-law, accepted from a Miss
Perclval a costly villa fully furnished and
standing In lovely grouruls at Cannes, on
the French Rivera.
Apropos of the royal wedding. It may be
mentioned that the princely bridegroom Is
like all sailors, exceedingly superstitious,
and not only that, but a firm believer in
supernatural appearances and In spiritual
ism. He is said to tie a medium and not
even the quite considerable sums of money ,
which have been obtained from him by un
scrupulous persons, who were aware of
this peculiarity, and who traded on the
knowledge, has been In any way able to
diminish his belief in the occult.
Curiously enough, his tendencies in this
respect are shared by ever)' member of
his family, and nothing can persuade, the
Crown Frince and Crown Princess of Ben-
mark nnd their children that they were ,
not sunjciicu to supernatural visitations
on the occasion of their last visit to
Sweden. They were staving at the time
In the royal palace at Stockholm, which
enjoys the reputation of being haunted.
To such an extent is this the rase that
after the assassination of King Gustaviu
III the entire building was razed to the
ground and ri'construcltd, with the ob
ject of dislodging the supi csed ghosL On
the night following the arrival of the
Danish royaltii-s at Stockholm their cham
berlain. Count Mollke, suddenly found him
self precipitated from his bed npon the
floor of his room, and without being able
to account in any way for the occurrence.
On the following morning Prince Chris
tian, who slept in aneighborlng room, com
plaloed of having been awakened during
the night by the noise of a scuffle at his
bedside, for which he was likewise unable
A couple of evenings later Princess Lou
ise, whose marriage to Prince Schaumburg
Llppe is about to take place, was writing
letters in her salon, which was Illuminated
by lamps and a number of wax candles,
when, raising her eyes from the naper, she
caught siht of what she believed to he a
specter standing on the other side of the
table and gazing fixedly at her.
Theprlncess shrieked a ml rushed from the
room, the spook, according to her account,
darting out ahead of her. In the corridor
sbeswoonul and was found unconscious by
attendants who hnd been attracted to the
place b) her outcry. Some nights later
Prince Charles, the fiance of Princess Maud,
a tall, strapping, stalwart and most manly
fellow, hnppened to enter a dark room for
the purpose, of fetching some articles for
gotten there earlier in the day. A mlnuta
later he rushed out, pale ami trembling, de
claring that the room wa full of armed men,
who had forced him to retire.
WHITE "HOUSE PROGRAM
PresidenT-apiMrs. Cleveland Will
Entertainjivery Other Thursday.
Announcement of Days Upon 'Which
tlie Cabinet Will Give Dlnnei-H.
State dinners and public receptions will
be given this, winter on alternate Thursdays
during the season by the Fresiaeul anil ilrs.
durum the season by the President aW'
The following list of Cabinet dinners to
Fresldcnt and Mrs. Clev eland has been ar
ranged: January 7. by Secrctnry and Mrs.Olney.
January 14, bj Secretary and Mrs. Car
lisle. January St. by Attorney General and Mrs.
February 4. by Postmaster General and
t ebruary 1 1 . by Secretary and Miss Iler
bert. reiiruary 18, by Secretary and Mrs.
tenruary 25; by Secretary and Miss Mor
ton. The society wom,en nf Washington are
noted for their cleverness and wit, but
amid the rush of gayc-Ue at the capital feu
have fouud time to develop and complele
au Invention which promises to be of the
greaU-at service to their fellow-women.
Just row n certain tailor's shop Is the
point toward which all smnrtdom is wend
ing lis way with breathless and excited in
terest to judge of the value of no less a
patentee than Mrs. Winthrop, wife of Col.
William Winthrop, U. H. A., retired.
It will be culr.'s to explain tLat no sub
ject could ri'ceive universal attention, but
one holding dose relationship to the bi
OCle. so the amiouiuvmcnl that a bi
dding skirt combining every advantage
for mountaineering, wheeling and golfing
Is the object so ardent!) sought will be no
surprise'. Just a Icop here, a Lntton there,
and this dress of the future is made to
serve for any wear.
'Mrs. Winthrop is an earnest devotee of
the wheel, and has reached her present sat
isfactory conclusion through difficulties
experienced ill using the ordinary skirt.
Many women Iiave suffered the same an-uo)nticc-s
in ruling, but no other rasas vet
abandoned the ih lights of her friends' so
ciety, and. dunning a thinking cap. solved a
nroblem renuirlmr ireometricnl decisions
nndpuzzlingexperiniintsliicloth. To bravo
thech luces of nervous pros! ration and ul ti
nt tie failure of purjiose for the sake of
smiHilhiiLg out the wrinkles irom the brows
ami skirts of her sister soeietj womendeni
opsiniies both pluck anel guierosil). and
Mrs. Winthrop. hi her charming home next
the Army and Navy Club, is receiving the
gnilerul'-ongratiilatlonsof hermany friends
and acquaintance s.
f-erel:iry Hoke Smith left last evening
for Atlant i, to he present at the funeral
of the late Capl. Jackson, broil. er-ln-law
of Mrs. Smith. Owing to the sad and sud
den death of Cain. Jackson. Mrs. t-niiiu
will take no aitlve part in gay society for
Miss Margaret Cnssels will entertain at
a dance Mondtv evening In honor or the
Fnnexton lilee Clab.
Tlie Misses M-ittlngly will entertain at
a dinner Monil i)- evening a number of the
members or the rrinccton uiee e-iuu.
A tea was given yesterday by Mrs. Burn
ham, wife of Cant. D. K. Burnham. com
plimentary to Miss Kennedy of Mississippi,
at which music by Profs. Augustus and
Lawrenc-e added to tho charm of the
The ladles assisting were Mrs. C. V.
Smith. Mr. II. C. burgury. Mrs. Hint. Mrs.
Wct. wife of Dr. VU-st: Mrs. A. C. Lcd
well and Mrs. 11. M. Purcell. La France
roses nddesl to the attractive rooms, their
fmf r.nre aw! beautv. Among those pres
ent were: Mrs. Lamont. Mrs. Carlisle.
Senator liacon. lien, anel Airs, van viiei.
Mrs. Mllllken, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel
T). Gibson in Llfo.
Robbins. Mrs. NnRh. MaJ. and Mrs. Cole
man, and Miss Eleanor Chester.
The social calendar for today shows
Mrs. Woodville I.ockbiU. a tea. 4 to 7.
for Miss ItockhiU.
Mrs. Ful'cr. a tea. 4 to 7. fcr Miss Jane
Mrs. Robert Catlln. a tea, 4 to 7. for
Miss Mar) Catlln.
Mrs. Charles Irving Wilson and Mrs. Peck.
a tea, 4 to 7.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. M. Curry, a dinner.
President Cleveland has been Invited for
dinner December 19 by Congrc ssman Cowan.
A KlioniHun of Value .
aud may attend the charity ball In Balti
more socially, not oMclally.
Miss Clari Barton is In Baltimore, and
will give a lecture on "PhllanthrDy".at the
Unlversalist Church Sunday night.
One of the first large affairs to be given
by Senator Hill In his handsome new home
on Lafayette Bquare win be a dinner and
reception to Justice Peckbam on his ar
rival in Washington.
Mrs. Head. o No. 2015 R street north west,
has sent out cards for a lea December 20.
from 4 to 7.
Miss Daisy Rosecrans. daughter of Col.
and Mrs. J. A. Rosecrans. of No. 708 Nlne
teentn street northwest, will be married to
Mr. B. Walton, Brown on Wednesday next,
at noon. ' - .
King's False I
A Great Array
Of Jackets and Capes!
Our trade In Cloaks Is increasing
erery day All Washington knows
that It cannot got such vulues any
$6 ant! $5 Jackets and
75 Ladles' and MUses' Alt Wool
Beaver and Kersey Jackets and
Cape's, sonic Lalf satin lined, with
large sleeves, ripple back, 4-button
tflects, made in the latest styles,
all sizes, black nnd blue, and are
worth S3.00 and $6.00. While
they last S3.98
$7 and $6 Misses' Jackets, and
80Mlsses and Children's Orclchcns
and Jackets, in til. iln and fancy
cloths; all colors; made in the latest
and most fashionable styles; all
sizes; I to lb )cars; In Red, brown.
Black. Blue and Mixed Cloths;
regular value $7 and SO. Your
$10 and $9 Jackets, Plusli
Capes and Cloth Capes,
Ga of tl.e-m, including rough and
plain cloth Jackets, plushes, plain
and fur trimmed, with full sweeps,
Franklyn and box bljle Jackets,
extra large sleeves, ripple backs,
fini-t quillty kersey and rough
cloths, a few Astrakhan Jackets
among thh good value, at $10.00
and $9.00, at 56.08
812-814 7th St. N. W.
715 Market Space.
At the ,
BO.N II ARC HE
For the Men.
give litem something thai will
be useful a fair of SUS
PENDERS, a handsome
an UMBRELLA any of these
arc useful and appropriate.
SUSPENDERS, satin embroid
ered, with silk elastic web ends,
liandsomtl)- mounted, every pair
packed In i fiUss box for presenta
tion, regular $1.00 qualities, at..89c
SILK NECKWEAR, 100 pat
terns, in every shade and color. In
the very latest shipes and styles,
exquisite select lou, and every
tie boxed for presentation, 75c
qualities, at fSOc
NIGIITROBES. fine quality mus
lln, fronts handsomely embroid
ered In silk, $1.00 and $1.25
qualities, at Sl.OO
GARTERS, In box, only lQc
MEN'S UMBRELLAS tight
fold 28-inch, Silk Gloria Um
brellas, handsome natural wood
handles sterling silver mount
ingsname engraved free reg
ular value, $2.48 at $1,75
MEN'S UMBRELLAS 28-Inch
Taffeta Silk, tight fold silver
mounted v ery flnematerlal, wood
handles name engraved free
regular $3.50 qualities $4.48
LADIES' UMBRELLAS 26-
lnch Gloria Silk, steel rod, dose
fold, with case and tassel regu
lar $2.48 quality, at $1.T5
LADIES' UMBRELLAS 26
inch. TAFFETA SILK bt eel rod
close fold in ported natural
wood handle silver mounted
name engraved free $3.50 qual
ity, at $2.98
This department is located near
the north entrance.
314 and 316 7th St.
Open until lO p. m.
Oppenbeimer's. S14 9th N. W.
For two Ladies' Plain
10c pair. Bargain price,
2 for 5c.
For two Gentlemen's
large size Handker
chiefs, fast color bor
ders, worth 10c each.
Bargain price, 2 for 5 Jc
For two Ladies' Initial
or Fancy Bordered Hem
linen finished, worth
12jc apiece. Bargain
price, 2 for 9c
For a very fine quality
chief, fancy borders,
warranted fast colors,
worth 20c Bargain
For the largest variety
of Ladies' White Linen
Hemstitched and Em
broidered Edge Hand
kerchiefs, worth 25c.
Regular price, 12Jc
Gentlemen's Pure Linen
chiefs, extra size, worth
25c Bargain price, 12c
Ladies' Fine "White Ini
tial Handkerchiefs, pret
tiest goods shown, worth
25c. Bargain price, 15c.
Gentlemen's Pure "White
Japanese Silk Initial
chiefs, worth 75c. Bar
gain price, 43c
Oppenheimer's, SI4 9th I. W.
Lay in a stock of the best Groceries
in town at prices you have to pay for
second quality goods.
Fresh Pork, per lb 8c
Pork Sausage, 3 lbs 25c
Lamb Chops 10 to 15c
Roast Lamb 8 to 12c
Roast Beef 8 to 12c
Phillip Sausage, per lb.. 15c
Hams, per lb 10c
Lard, 4 IbsT for. 25c
Breakfast Bacon.. 10 to 12c
Shoulder 7 J4c
French Peas, can.. 12 to 15c
String and Lima Beans,
Stringless Beans, 2 cans
Our Elgin Butter, 5 lbs
Our Puritv Print, lb 20c
Our Pound Roll 16c
Currant Jelly, lb Sc
1 lb. Crock Preserves... .10c
2 lbs. Crock Jelly 10c
3 lbs. Crock Preserves,
today only. 20
Home-made Apple But
ter, lb 5c
Chipped Beef, per bos.. 10c
Maryland Peaches and
Pears, can 12c
Sugar Corn, 4 cans 25c
A full line of Holiday Goods, such as Raisins, Cur
rants, Figs, Nuts, Oranges, etc., at
our Main Store,
1306 TO 1312 32d STREET
1718 14th St. n.w.
2026 14-th St. n.w.
13th iN.Y.av. n.w.
5th & I Sts. n.w.
4th & I Sts. nw.
8th &. M 8ts. n w.
215 Indiana avo. n.w.
'Phone 347. - I
34 - - 35 - - 36
Children GretclieQ Goats
800 7th St. y. w.
19.M-1U28 Penn. Ave
Last Saturday Wo mlTertlsed this
Watch at (3.50, but we did not expect to
hare as many calls
j for It as ire dM- Our
WjSjJ) Trenail to disappoint
NCfy mnj of our detain
er. We haTe Just
shipment, and we
wilt again make a
special price of
Iner are solid itl
Ter, double case, la
dles stsni winders
and setters alwajt
sold at 16.
Our Special Price, $3.50
We aIao bare on band a tout one dozen
Geota' and J-allea Filled Caqo Watches
with American raoremenla. We want to
iloao out Thej- cost mare wholesale
than wo are cclc to oiler them fur. If
you are loot ng forn brcl" com and
see them. They are youis for 55 each.
IbU Solid Gold
worth ZOO, for
Silver Tforeltlcs and Clocks, 3 per
cent leas than you can buy them any
where la the city of Washington.
This Coupon, and lZc cats a
silver-plated. Butter Knife,
Our Diamond Display Is magnificent
anJ prices much lower than down
225 Pa. Ave. S. E.
Absolutely Painless Dentistry.
LT us determine
whether or not
a U v I s o you
as near as
the cot will
rrent U absolutely painless no matter
how severe the opoi atlon may be. rain
le&3 extraction 5'j cents.
EVANS DENTAL PARLORS.
1217 Ponn. Ave. N. W.
J. W1LLW M LEE.
332 Fn. Ave. X. W.
FIrKt-cIaM aorvloe. 'l'tione. 1383.
HALL- FL.YNN-11 arrlnl at Christ Cburtti
rertorr, Eat Washington, D.l, on Novem
ber 28, 1898. br the Bev. O. F. Williams.
Jaroci W. Ball awl Alice I. Flrna. It
Choice Tomatoes, 2 cans 15c
"Whole Tomatoes, for
frying, can 15c
Fresh Eggs at cost.
Fresh Bread, loaf. 4c
Cream Cheese, lb 12c
Choice Burbank Pota
toes, bushel 40c
Aunt Jemima Pancake
Flour, package lie
Home-made Egg Nood
les, package 5 and 10c
Home-made Mince Meat,
Emrich Leader Flour,
Emrich "White Vonder
Flour, sack. 25c
Finest collection of Turkeys,
Chickens, etc. , in the city.
Bunker Hill Pickles by the
Chow-Chow, Sweet and Sour
New Mackerel, doz 1
Emrich's Superlative "c
3 lb. package,
21st & K Sts. n-w.
20th &. Pa. ave. n-w.
3057 M St. n.w.
A splendid selection,
from 5 C to $1.29-
904-906 7th St. N.W.
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This handsome saddle-seat
Rocker in oak or mahogany
"We've a wonderful display of
holiday goods to show you
pretty and useful presents at all
prices, but much lower
than you can get else
where. Delightfully pretty
reception and easy chairs writ
ing desks, cabinets, banquet
lamps dainty little tables ta
bourettes toilette tables and a
host of other pretty things that
make appropriate and appreci
NEW YORK AVENUE,
Bet. 13th and 14 th Sts.
Fresh Laid Eggs.
Toil cannot tmprjTa on a nico fresh ess tht.
trouble. U U gst frun ones We look after
that. Oar Vaacx gefl aro put tip La one dozen
patent pocket boxes and ercrr egg la cnaran
teed freah. The price is no higher than other
ak for Inferior qualities.
WILK1NS & COMPANY,
Bquare Marble and Qlasa btaaas.