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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, JTTIiY 4, 1895.
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bright and early be
gin Special Sales in
ments. It will be
worth your while to
see what each of
these twelve depart
ments have to offer.
The Wash Goods
and White Goods
Departments in bar
will shine more glo
rious than the sun.
That it is here, and here
only that you see
PLISSE that prettiest
of all Wash Fabrics
marked at 12jc yard.
The lowest price quoted
elsewhere is ISc.
25c EOR PLISSE.
WE DID f
SET THEM THINKING f
When we began to sell $
White Duck Skirts, full 9
width, well made, for a
79c. It was the talk of a
Skirts for 79c to-morrow.
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I 420, 422. 421. 425 7fi S:.
How Is it
With You ?
I-ji't 1 liere ouie piece of furniture
tliai'rtlHPklumit yourliouM Mime
tiling that you'd like to 1uim ami
would 1JUY If you knew that you
could pay for it a little at a time
iiud Mill Iiu the leiNfit of the
lo'M CASH price? That l. pre
cisely what you can do if you Imj
liore We liaen't hut one price
itVi lln "sjune price you will find
In tin cu-sli htoro und lt'o cali
Tell us about how much you think
you can i-imrc-weekly or monthly
pick out the tiling you need
there won't he a note for you to
Mun and there i no suoli thlnjr
a interest hero; we srUe credit
Imply u mark of appreciation
of your patroitase.
North. Star Vorld'nFn.lrPrizQ
Uefrlsrntorh 30 rlze
J?li-50 to $50.
llnhv Carriages from $5 to
; ,kmi rollrtof rellaldo.Mnuinss.
We'll taeU youi down
v did "Oak Ited-Iloom Suite
!?i;i inoro tip to jll()0.
llsh or Tapestry l'arlor Suite
A hundred other My!o- nil
Njdondld Briit--.eK Carpist 50
ocntn a yard.
"We niakeaTid lav every vtinl
of carpet KHEK OV COST.
fwaen II and
fiOODYMR RUBBER GO..
Hi S07 Pa. Ave. N. W.
For your going- away.
VERY LOW PRICES.
Cures hy Cow V .Milk.
A doetoi out in th" Transvaal jiroiwirndsa
onv method of curiJis disuase, which he
ten , "lacteopHtliy."
It struck him, he sayG, that as milk nb
Boibs poisonous grms Iroiu a. bucket Jt
K ight alsvj i used to absoibiwisonoug germs
find gMbs front the body. He put his idea
to thn tost and now claims to have cured
people or small pox, fevers, Insanity, diph
lhf,iia, bidnal disease and many other mala
dies by simply wrapping the patient in milk
II lays his patient on a mattress cov
rre.l w-ftb blankets, takes a sheet just large
cii" 'h to envelop the tjody, wanna it,
&ji iats it with about a pint and a half of
w..r n milk, opansit TVithoulwnnglnsitaud
p.itks his patient in it foi an hour, subse
qjentlysponging himoverwjth wanuwater
or putting liiiu into a warm bath.
II ' declares Dial m one bad case of small
pox, whre the eruption was well out, the
milk Meet drew the poison so entirely from
the skin that the next day t he eruption dis
appeared and the man was convalescent.
Spew! the 41 hat Bay llidce.
A Bpeelal programmo has Ik-cii arranged
Jir the patrons of Bay Judge for July 4.
A ciougivei of nations, reproscnted by one
hundred young ladies in national dances,
display of day fireworksaud special musical
programme by mflJlary orchestra are an
nounced in addition to the regular at
tractions at tliis popular resort.
Trains will leave B. & 0. depot on July
1 at 9 IB a. m., 1 30. aud 3:15 p m. Jte
turning, leav? Bay Ridge 8 and 8 15 p. m.
Eouud-trip tickets, 75 cents.
Tooplo lenvlnff tlio city for their
summer vacation cannot afford to also
lcn e THIS TIMES. It will bo mailed
to any address mid xvlll continue- to
bo tlio beat local uowspaper In "Tusli
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,tut lVVM py V
9 . . 'agSgl
f We man? Bible ij M kmasL
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I INTERVIEW WITH MES. ELIZ- VMk.
I ABE1H CADY STANTON. 3&pdSlb
Y Has Met Indxfference from the
I Sex She Wants to
From tlie oumt-rous paragraplis afloat
one is led to suppose that tlicrc Is lo he
' a new additiou of tl).' idhlo arranged to
hiiit tlie faucj- of tin' nineteenth century
L Tliat iKall a mistake, lliere never wa.stlic
tlilitesi intention on tlie pint of the fomi
nine revislnK c-o:ninlttee of revising the
entile hible or even any pan of it for Uie
purpose of k'viiik tlie ptihlie a new edi
, non of the great volume. !
Tlie women who conceived this Idea of
'The Woman' Bible," as they have named
i-t-he IxMiJ that lb destined to he a subject
1 of indignation, agitation, interest and prnb
ale profit liave only in view an interesting
1 comidiation of comments touching upon
lhoe portions of the Holy Writ that es
pcHally relate to women.
Such a book would havemect unable value
as n lellecllou or tJ:e menuil attitude or
the woman of .today toward the bible,
provided it were possible to have comment
from intelligent women who fctill believe
ihe bible to be inspired from cover to
cover, as well as from those who look
upon it as merely a history of the Jewish
people and the event incident to the com-
ins or Christ and perhaps a fullible a&
But it appears this is not altogether
fearjhlt. Mr& Elizabeth Cady Stanton,
the head and front of this possible offend- I
ins, in a ntfitt interview ivith the writer I
aye of this but, without doubt the whole !
iutet view "would be of Interest, being; at
any rate, an authentic statement of what I
the women hope o do jnth ''The Woman's i
"Mrs. Stanton, will you tll me, for pub
lication, what-is Tho Woman's Bible?'"
" Tli) Woman's Bible' is to consist of
comment on those parts of the bible that
rfer to women, which can all be found in
about on-eleventh part of the Old and
"How Ions vnH it bo befoic the Ivjok
will b ready to v Riven to the public?"
"We hope to get it out within a jear, but
may not." ' '
"What was your idea as to jour coadju
tors in the work?"
"My ida was lo have all sects and shade
rof thought rinMiited. to jret the opinion
of the women ot tt.e nnieteentn century s
A 1 J.' &-? )
tit n ($ft v.
iS ft , h.
il rH. Cliznbetli Cady St 11 nton.
to what they thought of the bible. But I
fearl shall not succeed mthat. Evangelical
women believe that it is the word of God,
and it would b irreverent to pass any criti
cism on it. Literal women reject it alto
gether as authority and think it a waste of
tune to read j , much less write about it."
"What is your own opinion?"
"I do not agree with either side. The
book has a strong hold on multitudes of
women and 1 the chief block 111 the way of
their emancipation. Tlie general tendency
of the teaching is to degrade woman, to
assign her an inferior position, subject to
man. It makes her the origin of evil, mar
uage a condition of slavery, maternity a
curs". The Pentateuch makes all females
unclean, a female lamb too unclean for a
burnt offering. Head the fire booksthrou?h
and decide for yourself."
"What is proposed as the mission of the
-1 want to show women that the book is
mwimv '-' si
" ' 'She:
"Do yon believe in football for ladies?"
"Yes, indeed I do."
"Then yon're a new man, I Enppose?"
"No. I'm a surgeon. "
written by men for men, and that it is a
blasphemy lor the authors to claim that
Goo thus degraded the mothers of the race.
No man has ever seen or talked with God,
and when those old Hebrews tell us God
said so. we know it was a ligment of their
"What is to be jour own share In the
"1 am commenting on the Pentateuch
Hind hope to net that out, as part first.
during the summer."
The women who have worked long and
faithfully for the emancipation of their sex
have long ago come to reah.e the powerful
weapon their enemies hold in these three
words, "the Bible says."
'While the great mass or women believe
the Bible to be the aitual word or God. its
authority closes their ears to all allusions
to the taking or any posltio 1 011 any subject
whatever not in accordance with the teach
ings of the testaments. Therefore it will
be seen that the breaking down of the au
thority ol tl e Bible as the Inspired word of
God will give an added impetus to the
women's movement, which has always
found its strongest opponents in the pulpit
and its general teachings of the inferiority
or women baed always upon the word or
God as revealed in the Bible.
I No one will gainsay, no matter what
petition he or she may take on the woman
(liie.stion. that the leaders who plan (he
campaigns ol the Suffrage party have made
Napoleonic efforts for the cause, ami that
this last movement of blunt In g the edge of
the keenest sword that is wielded against
them is a strategem worthy of their al
I ready well earned lnttrelsasleadersof what
I has been so long looked upo-i as a lorloru
. hope. K. N.
Licenses to n.arry were iitued yeftcrday
to the following:
William Kline and Maggie Desmond.
Simon Kodonski and A'ary Henry.
John M. Dant ai.d Am.ie ilutchicson.
William Henry Chase, or Syracuse, N.
Y., aLd B. Mjitle Watkms.
William Neumann and limnia M. Donn.
Nathaniel Howard and Margaret Wilton.
Alphonso Kogers, of Fraiikti.it, Ii d., ai'd
Elizabeth A. McDonald, of Niagara Fahs,
Joseph Hall and Laura Matiney.
William F. feothoron and Annie Pearl
Knott both, of St. Vaiy's county, Md.
Eugene S. Sweeny, or l"ii er Marlboro.
Md., and Margaret E. S Taylor.
John J. Lordan, ol GalviMon, Tex., and
Mary T. Jones.
Peter J. Bacon and Matilda E. Thornton
Samuel Bobbin and Clnra S. L( wei.stan.
Fitzhugli Fry, of C'.iarlotlesrille, Vn.,
and Annie M. Ilinshclwood, of lkeirarle
The I)iicliOhc d'Cze-.' Statue.
A rejection at the salon of tin- Champs
Elysees has raised a .storm in Paris. The
Duchess d'Uzes, who supplied Gen. Eoulau
ger with funds is also u tculptor She
made a statue' of Emile Augler, which hLs
native town. Valence, selected from
among a dozen other competing models as
the best and which will be set up there
This.statueshe tent under an assumed name
to the salon, where it was almost unani
mously rejected. She has applied to the
prefect of the Seino for permission to set
up her work at the entrance to the exhi
bition and will probably get it
Xa Fortriveness, I'c.-tihle.
"No," Hiid the penme maiden, "it is
impossible that tin's engagement s'lould Ian
longer. I thought I lo-ud you once, but I
know better now. Can jou forgive me?"
"Well, I thould f-ny not." hhicd t'ae oung
man. making a grab for his hat. "For more
than a yinr all for you I have not been lo
a picnic, I 1 are plajed no billiards, I have
not taken a drn.k, I lave tuned the cold
shoulder on cery girl who lias tried to !lirt
with me. How am I gong to gel paid back
for all the fun I 1 ave miffed? O'.i, yes, I'll
forgive you I don't think!" Iudiannpolis
A Joke From Scotia.
An old Scotch lady .who had no relish for
modern church music, was expressing her
dislike to the singing of Jin anthem in her
own church one day, when a neighbor paid
"Why, that is a very old anthem. David
sang that anthem to Saul " To this the
old lady replied: "Weel, well! I 1100 for the
first time uiulerhtnu' why Saul threw his
javelin at David when tlie lad sang for
him." Christian Statesman.
Get your Cabinet Photo Free.
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FEENOH PHYSICAL PHILOSO
PHER IN SUMMER VOGUE.
This Season's Merry Maids Will
Pose Artfully and Artistic
ally Scientific Flirts.
A volume of DelsujtejwJii be among the
le.. w- . .0 .. .. . . .j .... . .. ,,
her belongings this summer; picpuiuior
to her departure for seaside hotel or moun
tain cottage. The nuniejous "parlor lec
tures" and "norning Readings" of the sea
son past httvo borne rlf. amid up-to-date
guldoin, and tliis MihmieY will show the
wonderful, results that hu're been attained.
The creed of the DuLiartcan preacher be
cunie populai because it was easier than
unpleasant calislhenirs' before breakfast;
the coniplexionist presxnbed greasy lotion,
lor the face, bit the -pelsarlo cult, only re
quired pliability ai:d curve; education of
the muscles and culture of t he Ihnln.
The girl who has decided on this fad as
a part of her summer mil fit will not have a
thinking part to play. She cannot rorget
for a moment that her eyelashes must be
raised and lowered at exactly the proper
altitude, and tier hands clasped ulteetively
m herlapnust not loss their unseen tension
ii sh. wishes to captivate t :e summer man,
nd make him think sue is all her expressive
shoulder would lead him to believe. There
may be moments when alone in her room
she can drop her pose and let her carefully
controlled muscles run riot in relaxed
demoralisation, but while outdoors, as she
will be most or the time, whether diinng,
walking, hammockliu, or Inthesurf.she will
obsen'ethe ralos Uid do rnfor the followers
oith'Fieahui 111, u .10 discovered 1h.1t pose
and position express feelings and emotions.
Of the IJeharieJn-t.uinmer' girl beware!
Iicwure! She is a charming humbug, a
delicate little lraud, more devastating
than any other type of'that ehin-waitted,
tailor-hatted, rusoet-booted maiden who
owns the tarth between June and October,
and then vanithes into nothingness alter
gathering In hi r harvest of hearts.
You may recognize this young pcr-ou
if she sits near you at the hotel break
last by the fact that she tukes no
sugar in her cofrce and spoons up her
iwrries with ojes fastened on some dis
tant puiuilrithcccilimr. Thiswillhjpnolize
your attention, while the girl who tiiib right
across I rom you may beobauif ul asa dn am,
but the lacttn.it the lakes threelunipdinhers
and oats bre.ikfubt as though on purpose
makes li.-r seem tame and commonplace"
in comparison to this Aubrey Ueardslcy
damsel who swallows her rood as though
it were all a dreadful bore
On the p.aa during that digietlvc lull
that always I oliows the' mora 1 tig meal the
Delsarte maid wnl ceek some shady corner
ol the piazza, under a palm, if possible,
and witl do nothing artistically. She has
practiced thleand knows how to do it well.
You willnoilceothci women reading letters,
gossiping, cxehangis j.ittnia in faney
work. but not co thib toualed-haind maideu
in the queer gown.
For the girl who aspires to assume
this dilMcult part is not like other girls
even in dre. She wears long, baggy
walcts without a hint of whnlebouo In
their construction; In r hair is always In
HrowH-Potlory confusion, and her tkirw
trail just a bit in the back in contradiit'ou
to the prevailing fashion
When the hour for the morning dip ar
rives the Delserte maiden walks across
the sand with -lw, graceful steps. She
enters the surf wnii the air of a martyr
going to the stake, and she disdains the
life-line. Although hj must le a swimmer
to perform the difficult feats necessary for
Jier marine poring, "fehe ns" reve'r gullt'''of
striking out in the. ordinary fcshion.'bnt
poises on the crest .of'n wave, with her
face turned toward the shore.
When a bi-j wave engulfs everv one ele
in the vicinity ai.d the air is filled with
shrieks of laughter, she appear calmly
floating on the other' side of where the
wave broke, looking as' though nothing had
hapivncd. She gets herself disliked in
this way, and the other bathers wait In
vain to see her toppled ovi'r by t he surf.
Bat engage iier in conversation on pla
tonisornny othersubjeet with which fllrta
tPmsare begun at yourperil You will find
that the old-fashioned summer girl Is an
amateur at the game of hearts in compari
son with this Delsan- gfrl, who will ask
you, with a mournful droop at the corner
of her mouth, whv you wear jour hair in
that particular wcv with bueh eyes.
And when yo-i ate simply paralyzed with
delight to discover that she has noticed
that you have eyes at all the will lift one
flower like hand and, pointing to the
moonlit path across the water, will inaulre
iT you have ever thought that you would
hk" t" sail on forever in ltb l.vams.
That 1 the son of lalk iou will got from
the Delsorte summer girl. It looks pale
and cold In prirt, Viit tust experience it
once and you will understand it better.
Huiui'd lltH K euimj.
"My barber," writes a friend of the
Drawer, "who is a imsknl genius, in
formed me that he wa,s at the opera the
' 'How did you enjoy it?" I asked, ex
pecting to hear enthusiastic prais:., for,
like many other barbers, lie is a man of
" 'Not at all,' he replied. 'My whole
evening was a J allure, for from where I
sat 111 the gallery I could see that your
hair wasn't parted straight ' "Harper's.
Chance to Lose a I..eir.
Ott Miller, of Paoli, was In our city this
morning between trains Orleans (Ind.)
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:td!Ehe Temptation of St.
WITH NAPOLEONIC FEATURE
Mrs, Jerome Bonaparte's Son Very
Much Like the Great Emperor.
Ex-Secretary "Whitney to Entertain
Extensively at Tmrllurbor George
Mrs. Jerome Donapartc, accompanied
by her son and daughter, will this season
for the first time in several years occupy
her cpttage on Harrison avenue, Newport.
They will go there about the middle of
ihe present month. The year previous to
hi3 death, (he late Col. llonaparte, In
stead of adhering to his annual custom of
spending some portion of the summer in
Newport, preferred to summer in the Uerk-
shires. Last summer Mrs. and .Miss Bona
parte went again to the Herkshires. but
have this seuaou decided to stay at New
port. It is probable this summer, as the Na
poleonic craze has so fast a hold upon the
popular fancy, that Mrs. and .Miss liona
parte will bo the recipients or far more
than the usual share of attention. Uy
some persons Miss Bonaparte is considered
to have the striking lamily characteristics
in the matter of looks, but as a matter of
fait .she is far moie like her mother than
her lather. The son, Jerome, has a truly
Napoleonic caste of features and the
shape or head that distinguished the great
Napoleon. He is still quite a young lellow
and is at college.
Mr. Itockefeller, the oil magnate, of New
York, Is now in the Adiiondatks, where
he has one of the show places of that
Kx-Seeretary "Whitney. ncconUng to the
popular laea on the subject, will entertain
extensively at Bar Harbor during the
present summer, ills horses and carriages
were sent several weeks ago in advance of
his arrival. He lias iu less than sixteen
horses now at that resort.
Senator Burroughs, of Michigan, paid a
short visit to tlie city last week as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fleming, at
o.ik V.ew. where Mrs. Burroughs hail been
lor some time previous. On Saturday last
they left for Asbury Park, where they will
spend Eome time.
MrsrH. V Hnlford Is making a short
visit to Asbury Park after spending three
days at Cape May. where she went with
the Press, entertained last week by the
Mr. and Mrs. T. M Holbrook, with their
three little daughters, have been at Cape
May for several weeks. They will soon
leave the seashore to pass the remainder
ot the summer at one of the mountain re
sorts. Mrs. Edward G'enc, wife of Surgeon
Gr-'eno. U. S. N., with her children, is now
at th" Metropole, Atlantic City, where she
will spin J thusummor.
Mr. Frank Thompson, c.companiod by his
daughter. Miss Annie Thompson, will return
to this country in a fw dayB from Europe.
Ex-President Harrison will spend a few
w--eks dun..v? the present bummer at Lake
Th famous Btltmoreestate of Mr. Vander
bllt. at Ashvllle, N. C , is, according to all
accounts, thi finest place of the kind in
America, and the owner evidently aspires
to hav-i it considered one of the most mag
nificent in tlie world. The dwelling itself
is planned in the design of the Chateau des
Blots, duriifg the period of Francis I. and
,'.i ! ..:. in .
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i : .ter r i r i 1 . Il Mi S!f
:.' jS&:tite&&J . A. & v
' '' wf?-&Z3?sf5$ rzw lrrs-c3 v&r? ra
Old Lady: "Why do yon look at mo like that, Johnnyr"
Johnny: " 'Cause mother says you drink like a fish, aud I want to
Kea how fishes drink."
I DvO JW1 iLa.4v,j v-.
It vri't be fair for (he no'iJai; sh'ght
changet in temperature; variable tcindj.
will not hinder your pleasure.
and get what you
may have forgotten.
It may be only a ribbon or
buckle or any such trifle, but
we are glad to stay open for
- We wish you a pleasant
Dlaiw de Polctiers. in the French Itenais
sanci style. Much or the brick and stone
of which it was built was imported Trom
abroad for the purpose.
Tho architects were St. Gaudens and
Richard M. Hunt. In the wonderful
arboretuiu there are already moresnecimens
of ori"ntal exotics than are to be found in
Kew Gardens. There are 0,000 kinds
of tres and shrubs. The arboretum ex
tends for a distance of five miles and Is to
hi lined on eitherside throughout the entire
distance withoxoticsorevery known variety.
The climate is such that a greater number
of tr"es and 6hrubs can be brought to per
fection there than at any other place in
this country, if not In the world.
Mr. "William "Wilson and family are at
Gaithersburg for the summer.
Mrs. Julian Jam8 and Mrs Myers left
tli city on Tuesday to spond the summer at
Acting Secretary Uhl.of the Departmentof
State, accompanied by Mrs. Uht.and hisson,
wdj sail Saturday from New York on the
sfamshlp Columbia, direct for Hamburg.
II will make an Investigation of the affairs
of the "United States consulate at that point
and afterwards, visiting the principal
Europan capitals, will look generally into
th" stato of consular business, although the
trip is dsgnea primarily to be one of pleas
ure and is at Mr. Uhl's own expense He
will sail from Gnoa for the United States,
expecting to be home In the course of six or
saven weeks. Meanwhile Assistant Secre
tary Adee will act as Secretary of State
Annnpolis. Md., July 3 Ensign "W. S.
Crosley, U S N., was married here to-day,
at the residence of Dr. Thomas O "Walton,
to Miss Pauline Stewart, of Georgia Miss
Stewart has resided here for several
years. MrCrosley is a native of Connec
ticut, and has just graduated from the
Fourth of July "njccurMon Ttate, via
Southern Hallway To Points, in
On account of the Fourth of July the
Southern Itailway will sell tickets from
Washington to all points In Virginia and
North Carolina at greatly reduced rates.
Tickets on sale July 2 and 3, and also on
July 4. for such trains as -are scheduled to
reach destination by noon of that date,
with final limit of July S incluEive. For
further Information call on ticket agents,
at 51 1 and 1300 Pennsylvania avenue and
at Pennsylvania station.
fa C 5s
---!$i 4Bm& -)-
I The Fourth
and the Declara
tion of Independence !
Friday you'll need us
again and we shall be
ready to serve your ev
ery want in meats, veg
etables and provisions.
Of course there may be
some 4ittle things you'll
want to get to-day in
that case we shall be
open during the morning-until
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Clear Potomac Ice
9 ro 10 inehos thick, will be sup-
pneu 10 jargs consumers at th
"Three biatera'Ieehousea above the 1
Aqueduct Bridge. Good roads for
nanuue- i-O"" rates.
INDEPENDENT ICE CO.
nnAl quality of Superior Hose,
we have it, at 12c per foot aad
worth the money.
Patau; Nozzle, 40c.
No charge for couplings.
Gas Lamp Now
Rents for 25c.
Yon'tre heud of this excellent
Kaa lamp twiore Th beat lamp
for l'Rh'inj stores, show windows,
restaurants, etc., and it's the safest
beeauflr it J3 supon.ted from the
ceiling and Ue ttamu is in.-lol in
a cas globe Tjrowa a b.u;ihd
soft hcht and burns the gas per
fectly Gas Appliance Exchange,
are plainly lettered "Inde
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Imj seen on everv street 1 hey
.erve KKNrKKC ICE EX-
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to drivers, -rite or t-lephose
t'onstnnt supply prompt de-
livery lowest rates guar-
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BURGER On "Wednesday. July 3. 1S95.
at S 30 a m . Frederick, beloved husband
or Ellen Burger ( nee Talty , ageil thirty-1 w
Funeral from bis late residence, 613
Seventh street MWthwe-it. at 8:30 a. m.,
Friday, July 5 Friends and relatives
Jacob B Caildingttm.
Fu neral Troni thc-chapel of J "TiiBam Lee,
undertaker. 332PennsylvaniaaveiMieHnvti la
west, Ki-day. at 3 o'clock p. m. Rel
atives and friends are recto etrd U atteml.
HEIDER On Tuesday. July 2. 1SG5.
at 10 .05 p m , JohaF. HeHier. aged eiglMy
Funeral from his late resideBce. 1131
Seventh street northwest, on Fruray. Jwry
5, at 3 p m Relatives awl friends
respectfully invited. Interment at. Itttek
HUNTER On July 3, 1S95. at 4 a. m
Jacob A . b doved husband of Jane Uanter,
aged fifty-ihree years.
Funeral from his late residence. Fox hall
' road. Friday. July 3. at 2 30 p m. Will be
I buried from Trinity Church at 3"30 p m.
) Friends and relatives invited
L.YBRAND On July 1. li-95.at 11:45
p m . Margaret E , beloved wife of Hnry
Lybrand, in her eighty-second year.
I Funeral from her late residence. Nd". 641
, Maryland avenue northeast, to-day. at
9 30, thence t st Joeepot, Church, where
j mass will to said for the repose of her soL
j Friends and relatives repeetfully invited
to attend. Interment at Loudon Park Cem
etery, Baltimore. Md.
SCHONDAU On July 2, at 7:30 p. m..
Mane Josephine, daughter of Annie E.
and Theodore Schondau, aged three months
and four days.
Sleep, blessed angel, sleep;
From which none ever wake to weep.
Funeral will take place July 4, at 3
p. m., from parents' residence. 434 Q st.
nw. Friends and relatives invited. It
"WHITE Departed this lire, on Jaly 2.
1895. at S 13 a m . Andrew J. White, the
beloved husband or Alberta "White, after
a long and painful illness.
Funeral will take place rroni Lincoln
Memorial Congregational Church, o-day.
at2p m All rrlends a re cordially invited.
WILLIAMS On Wednesday, jHly 3.
1893. at 1 45 am. at her parents resi
dence. Ivy City, D C, Elsie E. WiHiants.
beloved and only child of Murray and Kettle
E. Williams, and the only urandehild of
Letty Washington, aged nine monl&s and
residence. Ivy City. D C., Friday, July 5,
at 3 o'clock p ru. Friends and relatives
are respectfully invited to attend.
J WILUAM LEE:
K2 PeansylTanla arenue northwest.
First deaa sorrico. I'hou13j. In.t-3m3
FEED J. SFINMER & CO..
undertakers and cmbalmers. No. 1S39
Seventh st. nw. Service prompt. Terms