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THE MORKDSTG TIMES, SPOT AT, SEPTEMBER 15, 1895.
famous resort and start homeward this
week. Among the many who are the lost
to leave, are SeualprBJSniltu and Vest, both
of whom liavo gimnthe famous waters a
thorough test by the ndvice of physicians,
and both arc reported as much improved.
Senior and Madame Romero are expected
home duting the coming week.
OPPENHEIMER'S.eMMM.
PRICES THAT MAKE YOUR PURCHASES
TWICE THE NATURAL SIZE ,
SEPTEMBER'S MONEY SAVING.
Mrs. C. Steible has returned after a two
weeks' visit to New York.
Miss Daisy Fox has returned after a
pleasant summer at Colonial lleacb.
The Rev. Dr. and' Mrs. Rogers have
returned after a two months' -vacation
spent among relatives.
lansborgli&Bnr i RMMAdk. A
COLLAR W -S BIwsLP m
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LNVMKDBjusaai
The sale is onl
Hundreds availed
themselves yester
day of the opportu
nity to provide for
autumn wear those
ever-needed Collars.
They are all right,
too. Style right, fit
right, linen right,
make right, and no
body can say they are
not priced right at 5
cents for 17 cent
collars. Pure Linen
four-ply, better than
we have ever jobbed
in such quantities.
- All styles stand up
and turn-down
have fashion plate
accuracy of shape,
go about the neck
bands and wrist
comfortably, and do
up immaculately.
There is no more
sayable. You'll
want some of them.
Among all the other
right features the
right time is .
TO-MORROW.
OWIXGTO TIIE L1T
TLEXESS OF PRICE
WE WILL NOT SELL
LESS THAN SIX TO
EACH CUSTOMER.
420, 422, 424, 426 7th St
SPECIAL
THIS WEEK AT
GROGAN'S.
"We have cut the prices on
four of the finest Bodroom
Suites in stock never a
chance like this before.
SUITES.
One magnificent Solid Oafc
Suite, hail board C-fcetG-inchcs
high exiulsltely carve d
heary French plate bovel mir
ror in. dresasr. Keducod this
week from &ICZ to.
$90
One very heavy Choral Salts
elaborately carrod oval mir
ror In dresaor 5 feet 3 Inches
deop, 32 inches wide, lloduced (r f nn
this week rrvni SloO to........... 4IUU
One very elaborate Oak Suite
elegantly carved Immense
pattern plate mirror In dresser. (T t n r
deduced this week from S& to !j J 0
One very Leautlful Choral
Suite rti hly carved band
eome pattern plate mirror In
dresser. Worth $173. This
$125
week
Pay irhen you please weekly or
monthly no notes no interest.
All Carpet made and laid free of
cost no charge lor ivasto In matching
figures.
GROGAN'S
Mammoth Credit
House
819-821-823 7th St. H.W.
Between H and I Sts.
FINE BUTTERINE.
WILK1NS & COMPANY,
Square Garble and Glass Stands, Center 31arkot
trXDEKTAKEHS.
J WILLIAM LBE,
u.NnriiTAKnn.
IT2 renns jlranla aTe-iuo uorlnweil
Zlral clau service. Phoni I3si. Jj)-5mo
DIED.
WILLIAMS On Saturday, September 14,
1895. at la a. m.. IlarriM.ii Williams, be
loved husband of Sirs, Mary E. Williams,
aged eighty-seven jears. i
Funeral from ildence, 20 Li I street
northwest, at 3 11. m. Monday, lGth inst.
Burial prl ate.
IX MEMOHIAM.
Died, September 2, 1803,
Hiss Lucy Fawcett. .
A patient, gentle sufferer
v Has left this "world of strife,
-To dwell among the blessed,
To cuter into life:
Walking in her Master' footsteps,
She reached the happy ihore,
To live among the angels
In peace, forevermore.
In the Saviour's vineyard
She labored many years.
Boothlng the cup of sorrdw;
Wiping away its tears;
Mourning with those who mourn,
Weeping with those who weep.
With fervent prayers ascending
Tu whom all vigils keep.
From this land of pain and death.
From this land of sin,
Bhe sought the lieavenly portals;
Her spirit entered in.
Bhe fought lire's battle bravely,
The victory she lias won;
Lrt us, in submission, say
Oh, Lord! Tliy Will be done.
Aspiring not for worldly honors,
Caring naught for worldly fame;
filming to do the Master's will.
Ask Ing all tilings in II is name.
While wo miss thee, sadly miss theo,
let 'tis best to know tiir spirit
lias found rest, sweet rest,
Abxandlra, September 10. A. I.
NICHOLSON In-loving remembrance of
ur near xatucr ana husband, waiter A.
Nicholson, who died three years ago to-
nay, oeiiieinuer xo. vjone dui. not lorgot-
JJ 111H 1V1HJ ANU CUILDREX.
AflSeioSBC
SOCIETY'S OUTDOOR LIFE
It Is Getting More Unconventional
All the Time.
Hoof Gardens on TTlMito 11eiidenees.
After n Tens nml Their Perils.
3Irs. 1'ulltzcr Coming Hero.
Washington Is getting each year to be
more cosmopolitan in-ils ibarncterUtlc.
That provincialism, of which the papers far
andnear formerly mado frequent and merry
mention. Is now almost a tiling of thepast.
In no way l this changed state nf affairs
more perceptible than In regard to the nut
door life f the people. They seemed to
have borrowed acliaplemutoftheFarlslan's
boot t life in this respect, and with the
happiest results. Whereas, formerly It was
not considered good form for the fashion
ables lo be &cen at the front window of
their residences, no matter how warm the
evening; now they are not only seen at the
windows, but for trie most part spend the
warm afternoons and evenings alter a
driver either on the front steps or on seats
placed for that purpose about the parkirg
of such residences, as will admit of that
sort of thing.
Not inf requcntly Ice tea Is served togucsts
during the evening on the front steps of
the fashionable houses, where they may
have stopped for a sociable call.-When it
is practicable, the tea cr-sorae similar cool
drink is served on the lawn or grass plat,
where the company is sealed enjoying the
air.
There are several hostesses in Washington
who, when so mlEded, ran entertain their
friends In true roof garden style. This is
accomplished by having the space mcr the
porte cochcres at the entrance finished
Willi a hard wood floor and fitted up with
comfortable seats. The railing is utilized
for the accommodation of plants, that add
a decided charm to the place.
Theafternoon teals one of tin; best medi
ums In the fashionable world for spo'Iing
one's legitimate appetite for dinner. It
is also one of the mast imperceptible ways
of making a polite gourmand of one's self,
that Is provided there arc a number of teas
attended the same afternoon.
It is astonishing the amount one can man
age to cat In this way without being in the
slightest degree aware of It. To those
whoabher the form of enttrtJinment known
as afternoon teas, and make It a cast-iron
rule never to eat the slightest thing. It is
possible to return home after going through
suclin socialordeal ami enjojlng with agood
appetite the good dinner awaiting them.
Others, however, who are not so strong
willed, even though they may.be fully
aware that a good dinner awaits them at
home, cannot refrain from partaking of
some of the good things at each tea.
There is a young matron of the West
End who is passionately fond of nfternoon
teas, and never, If possible, tnisscs an op
portunity of attending any to which she
is Invited. Her husband laughingly de
clares that not only does she take something
at each and every tea. but that If he were
not at hand to prevent such n tiling she
would fairly cat the ribbons off the sand
wiches. The two largest amateur roof gardens
of this kind in Washington are those over
the driveway of the Hritish embassy and
at the former Windom-Ulaine house on
Scott Circle, occupied for some years
past by Mr. and Sirs, Munn, of Chicago.
Both of these small roof gardens are sup
plied with pretty striped awnings that
keep them from becoming too heated
during the day lo be pleasant In the even
ing. Another phase of the Tarislan life per
ceptible during the summer in Washington
Is the growing habit of the people to stop
in the course of their afternoon or even
ing drive to enjoy a glass of sKla or a
saucer of Ice cream while. seated in the
carringe in front of the establishment. It
Is a habit that is likely to grow and be
come vastly more popular within the
next few years now that it has been
fairly Inaugurated than many of the fash
ionable fads iiftlie hour.
The reason for this Is not only on ac
count of the picturesuueness of the fashion,
but because It Is really far more luxuri
ous and comfortable than to alight from
the carriage and sit down In a warm rojra
to partake of Ice cream.
It was not so long since that society
has forgotten It that an Innovation of this
sort raised such a storm of talk and open
comment that It was -not repeated. The
Innovation was introduced by one of the
fashionable women, who, having Just
returned from Paris, made that summer
mcmoraWe by regularly every alt-rno-in
while she remained In town during the
warm weather having drinks brought out
to her and any guest she might have, while
they remained seated In her open carriage
directly In front of her own door.
As her residence was on o-ie of the most
prominent avenues in the west end, it did
not take long for this performance to be
noised abroad throughout Boclety nnl
thereby set everyone talking to sucli ex
tent that when the hubbub finally reached
the ears of the woman herself she left the
city in disgust and high dudgeon, declaring
that Washington was the slowest and
most gossipy city in the world.
There Is a young woman in the West End
whose state of mind and condition gen
erally Is giving her family considerable
anxietyr This Is occasioned by tho fact
that so far they liavebecn unable to sat
isfactorily diagnose Just what is the mat
ter with her. As to whether or not a
physician should bo called inJs a point
upon which they have so far failed to
reach a unanimous verdict.
The old family servant would seem to
be the wisest of the household. Kecently
when the .young woman's symptoms were
up for discussion before the family coun
cil tho old darky, nfter gravely listening
to the talk, caused an all around laugh by
astutely remarking: '"Beed, Miss Mary's
bllous. EIso she's in love. Dunno which
'tis, but one cr dem two tilings Is what's
ails her."
There is a flippant young woman, a near
neighbor of the one Just referred to, who
does not like to iiave her doings commented
upon or tier ways of doing things contro
verted by tho family. Quite recently she
got off all unconscousiy a good thing on
the spur of -the moment. I
She had arrayed herself Id the gorgeous- I
ncss of the Btimmer girl's attire, re
splendent in a newly laundered gown, with
all tho accessories of ribbons and fetch
ing ornamentations of the present time.
The sky was momentarily growing black
er mid blacker while the niutteriugs of
thunder were plainly heard.
Ono of the family felt herself called U(on
to expostulate with the flippant one be
cause, in utter disregard of the threat
ening weather, she was fastening licr hat
on to sally forth.
"You certainly are not going out In the
rain In that wulte gown," said her sister.
"Why not?" was the quick retort. "It
U a duck suit."
The past week has lieen signalized by a
greater nuinbr of brilliant social events
than usually occurs so early in tho season.
The Brock-Rakciiiann wedding was In
every, respect one of the most notable
ever witnessed In Washington, outside
of the ultra-political or diplomatic circle.
The reputation of the groom as a musUal
director, tho charm of- the bride, who, for
so many years, has been one of the load
stones of the Capitol Hill coterie, and
thegcnlalityof the host of tlieCongres-slonal,
all combined to make this wedding one
to be remembered.
, On Wednesday the solemn nuptial mass
that marked the riftli decade of Hie wedded
life of ono of the best known of our Jiusl
ncss men, was an event never to be for
gotten by thoso fortunate enough lo wit
ness the ceremony. The marriage of
Miss Hlnes and MY, CHno at noon; the silver
weddln gof Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moser, and
the golden wedding reception of Mr. and
Mrs. May made the p-ist Wednesday replete
with most interesting features.
There seems to be a very general opinion
abroad that Mr. and Mrs. JohiiMcLeanhave
in contemplation the erection, at no late
date, of a magnificent residence on their
square of ground at Florida avenue nnd
Nineteenth street.
The social gnyclle of the coming season
will In; augmented by the prcseneeof Mr and
Mrs. Joseph Tulltzcr, who have announced
their intention of spending the scaMin m
Washington. They will for this purpose
lease oue of the large houses, as It Is their
purpose-lo entertain. Last. winter they had
about decided to conic to Washington ror
the. Reason, and in such event were to have"
lcnsisl tiie Levi 1. Morton liou.se on facott
Jircle On account of Mr. Pulitzer's health.
theplauwasrinallyalKindoned. -
Col John M Wilson has been In Chicago
for n week past on business. Upotihis return
to Wpshington he will bo accompanied by
Mrs. Wllsnu, -who has so far recovered from
the severe sprain to her ankle ns to bo able
to walk without the aid of crutches It
will be remembered tbatMrs. Wilson sprain
ed her ankle In stepping from the lioatat
Fort Adams, where she had ?one lo Islt
her daughter.
Gen. Ruckcr has recently pun based a
residence on Jelferson Place and moved
there with his family from the house on I,
near the corner of Twentieth street, in
which lie has bceu living formally j ears.
Col. John 1). Langhorne has grettly im
proved in health durin the presentsuinmer,
which he lias spent quietly with ills wife
at their fine place near Leesburg, Va.
The Misses Langhorne are xp".'ii-d in the
city for a few days .on their way to Lees
burg froni California, where they 'tavebcen
all the summer visiting th-lr brother, Lieut.
Langhorne. Last -winter and units they
spent In San Antonio with their brother.
They will now Join their parens at Lees
burg and not return to Washington Tor some
weeks.
Mrs. Queen, accompanied by Mrs. Hey
burg and the Mioses Owen, will return to
Washington on the 18th Instant, after hav
ing spent the entire summer at James
town. Mrs. Stewart has returned to the city,
and having completely recovered from th
effects of her sprained wrist, has again
taken to bicycling with renewed zeal.
Mr. Be Covarrubkis has returned to the
city and enjoys himself taking long tides
on the wheel. He Is an expert rider and
has in the course uf his rides learned to
kuow-every road, good, bad nnd Indif
ferent In and about Washington. Ills bi
cycle suit has lately been augmented by
the addition of a while-sweater, from which
It is safe to assume that It must be quite
the correct thing among the summer wan
derers at the fashionable, resorts.
Miss Eliza need has been confined to lier
house for a week from the effects of a
spmiu. She lias recently returned from
a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Brodhead, at
Parkersburg, Pa., The latter willccme
to Washington the first of October for a
visit to her mother.
Miss Mildred Searle is visiting friends at
Falls Church.
Mrs. Nellie Grant Sarloris and daughter
have spent the past b-n dlys in New York
shopping. They expect to return to Wash
ington lu a few days to get their home in
order, fot the coming gay season, Mrs.
Sartori-t H never so happjr as wh en In Wash
ington, the home of her childhood, and the
friends of those days are always ber most
welcomu guests.
Mr. K. C. Wiltbcrger left on Friday for
an extruded trip through Kentucky and
Missouri.
Mr. r It. Hay is home again, busy at bis
office Mrs. liny and the children arc still
at Atlantic City, but will return during
the coming week.
Mr. and .Mrs. Montgomery Blair are so
journing In tho Adirondacks. They will
visit thu home of the lion. Mr. Draper,
Mrs. Blair's father, before returning, early
in October.
Tho wedding of Miss Eula Kctner, and Dr.
William S. Washburn will be solemnized onj
the. 23th at St. John's Church at 8 p. m.
Miss Kctner has been prominentia social
circles, ber fattier occupying on enviable
position In the War Department. Many
friends will come from both the northern
and southern cities to offer congratulations
to the newly wedded couple.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry 'L. James are enjoy
ing the pleasures of the gay French, capital.
Tho Senatorial conttnfrpnft who hnrnhMfi
summering' at Carlsbad will leave that
Miss May Coilainore, of West Wash
ington, has returned and will be at home
to her Irlends on Tuesdays after Octo
ber 1. ' ' ,
Mr. and Mrs. James N. Davis will leave
to-morrow for a two weeks' outing among
friends in New JernOy;
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Pajne will
leave to-morrow for northern New York
and Canada, returning about November 1.
T" r
Mrs. Arthur Wallace Dunn, of Nine
teenth street, has returned alter a two
months' trip to Ihe-West.
Mrs. Kathcrliu L. Moore, who has
spent the-summer In lioston and vicinity,
will icturn to-morrow".
Dr Egbert A. Clark, who has been sum
mering for the past six weeks on the
Muskoka Lakes, Canada, has returned.
Mr. Victor Pfcir(ejr Jins left the employ
of Lansburgh & ISros. to go to Pittsburg
In business with the II, J. Heinz Tickling
establishment. Mr Heinz Is his uncle.
Mr Victor Pfciifer-'was employed in a
confidential poslthja directly uiider the
supervision or the manager for the past five
jears. j '
Mrs. R. S. ISoswcU and her little daugh
ter, Gretna, who ras so dangerously ill
the forepart of the'summer. have returned
to the city, the latter having fully recov
ered tier health. 5
Mrs. John If. I'ellen and two children
returned from Kentucky yesterday morning.
Miss Fannie Ferric, or Oltumwa, la ,
who has been spending the summer lu
lioston, Sorrento, Canada and New York,
Is the guest of Mrs. J. W. Doocy.
iliirrlase Licences.
Licences to marry, hae been issued as
follows:
lkmjamin R. Simmcs and Mary Geneva
Bailey, or Charles county, Md.
Uolphus C. Holmes and Dosha Miller.
William A. Rhine and Catherine B. Muller.
William W. ltakcr and Clara L. Neel, of
Lancaster county. Fa.
Robert Brooks, pf Fairfax county, Va.,
and Joanna Simms.
ALnXAXDKlAjHAlTEXl.NGS.
The merchants of. Alexandria. n.irtic-
ularly the large wholesale houses, ar-i! In
anus against the discourteous treatment of
the reprctintutlvcsiof the Su..uard Oil
Company, by the-lowcr board of the city !
council, and it is mt.fc than probable that i
early next week fi-VHkeie,' meeting will
be held to take soiK'd-lion. in the shaneof I
a protest to the cl!y?ct)Unill. i
Home weeks arfo, alter Ihe destruction I
or the Standard till Company's works here
by fire, a meet ins. cif-tlie city council was
held, at which the draft of au ordinarcu was ,
adopted requesting, tie company when they i
re-erected the burt.til bJlluuigh not to put '
,.,.,, wj, Hiuiiii -ug icet iu uie c;ity uas
works.
'the Standard Oil Company wished to
have the ordinance modified, and at their
request Mayor Thompson called a meetlngor
the council. Mr.' Bacglimaii, the special
agent of the company, and Mr. McFaddcn,
thelocalreprcscutativeorthecompaiiy, with
Mr. Charier King, and scleral of the mer
chants were present, but the common coun
cil simply met unci adjourned without tho
o-irti-sy of even noticing tile gentlemen
present.
Tills is what lias angered the people, for
a large portion or theni are of the opinion
that the plant should not le erected within
2U0 feel or the Oas works. The discourtesy
or the city council may drive the Standard
Oil Company away- from the city, and if It
does, the Alexandria merchants, who are
now able to comiietc with Baltimore in sell
ing oil, will be put at a great disadvantage
and exiieuse by having to keep the oil
stored in their warehouses, instead of the
OllCompinyV tanks.
John A. Koyston. colored, was yester
day granted a certificate of character by
Judge Norton, to enable him to apply for
admLssion to the bar. It he successfully
passes his examination and is admitted
he will be the first colored man who iias
ever been a member of the Alexandria
bar.
Yesterday morning Mr. John Rogers, a
Fairfax farmer, who has a stand in the
city market, laid a bag with 59 or $10
In it down while he waited on a cus
tomer. When lie turncil around to pick
up the liag again it was gone. The loss
was reported to the police, and ycstenlnv
evening Charles Williams and Willkim
Kane, both colored, were locked up Jbr a
hearing on a charge of having stolen It.
The county school board have tlectcd
public school teachers as follows for the
coming year: White schools Prof. Saiu
r. Stalcup, Misses Emma A. Febrey, 1L
W. Nevett, Hannah Moore, Mary O. Doug
las. M. F. Grigg and Margaret Buckley.
Tor the colored schools Mrs. Uoberta
Whiting, Ella M. Boston. Isaiah Stralton,
Mattie J. Jackson, A. T. Shulcy and J.
M. Hopkins. The school census shows
1,0-17 children of school age in the county.
Ilev. Clarence E. Hall, the rector of
Grace Protestant Episcopal Church, who
has been visiting relatives In linltimore,
retunwl borne jesterday and will offi
ciate in his church at all the services
to-day.
Mr. Louis Krafft, who has been spend
ing some months with his ramily in Ger
many, arrived in New York on the steam
ship Bismarck on Friday and came home
last night.
Messrs. Washington Harper and E. n.
' Day, while coming up the river yesterday
day evening on a sailboat, were blrui
by a flaw of wind and overturned. '1 lie
both hung on to tho boat until assistance
readied them.
Mr. Dan It. Stnnsbury, grand represen
tative of the Crawl Lodge of Odd Fel
lows of "Virginia, wlH leave here to-day
for Atlantic City to attend the sessions
of the Sovereign Grand Lodge of the order.
KENSINGTON NOTES.
Miss Nellie Yeatman, of Washington, is
spending a week with her cousin. Miss
Bailie Klnncar.
Miss Mamie Davidson, of Washington, Is
visiting Mrs. J. Howard Fishbaek.
Mr. Harry Tower,- of Gaithersburg, Is
visiting relatives n Kensington, his former
residence.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin P. Nash, with
their infant son, aroitpending a week at
AtlanlicCity. Master Kenneth and Misses
Jennie and Edltli. Nash are staying at the
home of their grandmother in Washington.
Miss Alice Hurrs, of Washington, Is the
guest of her aunt Mrs. William Calhoun,,
of Kuowlcs street.
Mrs. Thomas R. Martin and children, who
have been spending .a month with Mrs.
Martin's parents,Dr. and Mrs. Sweetman,
of Saratoga, N. , Y., returned home on
Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy S. roster and chil
dren, Mrs. Burr, Miss Rachel Jones, and
Mrs. Annie Polklnliorn, of Washington,
have been visiting at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. George C. Sampson.
Tho New 'Woman. f
The new woman has more sense than her
grandmother, for she does not believe in
expending all of her energy over the cook
stove. Bhe derives no pleasure from loaves
of well-browned home-made bread when
the preparing of them kcptberln the kitchen
when sho might have been enjoying an in
tellectual feast In the library. She does
not bother with baking, because she knows
that the modern bakery will furnish her
with bread superior to that of ber owb
mixing. Chas. Schneider's bread retains
an enviable, place in the market, and for
purity and general excellency It "can't
be beat." We especially recommend this
bread to ladles who 'do not desire to do
baking at home, but do desire to iiave spod
bread. For sale by all grocers. Look
out for red, white and blue labcL Bakery
413 I street northwest.
M lu
49c
89c
$1.19
Only a few left. Tea Gowns Unod to
tho waist and worth $1.50 oach. Only
t'Jc
(Read each Item. Examlno each
nrtielo quoted.)
Enzl 2h CoTert Cloth Tea Gowns.
lined, mnde up In Mother Hubbard
stylo. Never sold for leu than s to
Onlysac.
JIado nfter models from Felix,
l'arls, by oxpert dressmakers.
Very latest In new Online Cloth Tea
Gowns In new Fall effects. Wortn
Jl Only tX.1
29c
33c
6?c
New Warm Ontlng Skirts, rleht
weight for eo-il weather. Worth Tic.
Only :3c.
yd. boat kid finished Dressmakers'
Cambric, usually soldatCcvulySc.
Host Enflish Sileslas, worth l2Hc;
JlondaycnlyOMc.
6 tnslish Tlatsd Knires. 6 Forks, 6
Tnblo3poon, tt Teaspoons. 1 Knlter
Knife, 1 Sugar Shell, all lor 5c: worth
nw.
120 Sheets of Ruled Nolo Paper. IS)
Inrclopes.1 bottloluk, 1 Lottlo Mu
cllace, 1 Pencil, 1 Penholder, 1 Tab
lot, all foraiv: worth Sic.
2 yards of Table Oilcloth. Worth 20j
a yard. Only i"Jc for 2 yards.
98c
29c
29c
0-0-G-0-0- -GOO-O-3
CLARK'S.
APPROACH
OF THE
BLANKET
SEASON
Not here yet, but
coming feels like it,
too, at night. We'll
anticipate the season
and offer you royally
good BLANKETS at
prices you might ex
pect to pay for poor
ones.
One lot double and large size
tin kind you bare always bad to
paytscfor our early-ln-ths-season
price Is
58c
Another lot .of finer blantets
manufactured to sell at 31,75 no
less and well worth that price.
Tliese we put on s&lo to-morrow
at a Tery interesting prico.
98c
Tou can always get your mon
back
GLRRK'8,
734-736 7th St. N. W.
MANASSAS MENTION.
The colored man, Siorgan Minor, who cb
caped from Jail In Alacawab last Tuesday,
was seen on Wednesday morning at his
home. In rolomac City, ard thcanthorities
there were at once notified, bnt he did
not tarry luuj; tLerc to wait for arrest.
He stole a horcc from the barn of llr.
Frank Haymond, at JBuckhall, on Tuesday
nlKht. ,
The erection of a buildii r to be occupied
by the Manassas Institute has been com
menced The liuilUirsr will take the place
of the previa somewhat cramped Quarters.
It is to be built by a sti ck company, com
posed of tiatrons of the present tchooL
A movement is on foot to build water
works to tupply the town with water, a
thins eadly liceded and appreciably so
since tiie drought tlnssunimer.
Miss Mabel Gould hai returned home
from a visit to rrlends in Baltimore.
Miss Maude HMe, of Bperryville, Va ,
and her cousin. Miss Florence Hisle, of
Miamle, Mo., ard Miss Susan Ilickerson
are visltinjr the Miftes Ulxson on Maine
LiBliop-Newton will preach and adminis
ter confirmation In Trinity P. E. Cburclt
to-day.
TAK0MA I'AKK NOTES.
Col. O. C. Kniffcn is in Louisville. Ky., his
old home, attending the G. A. It. demonstra
tion3. Mrs. S. E. race left 'Wednesday for Fitch
burc, Mass., w here she was unexpectedly
called by the illness of l.er daughter, Edith,
who left here a few weeks ago on an ex
tended trip East.
Mirs Oltra Judu fravo a party Wednesday
crenlntr. in honor of her guest, Miss Nally,
of Hnghtwood.
Miss Cora Skinner left Thursday to take
cliar(rcoftncLchoolatClaysvilIe,wtiichopeiis
on Monday nexu
Major L. G. I'urman has returned from a
two weeks' visit with friends in Connecti
cut. .
Mr. J. B. Kinnear and Mr. Ilomer Guerry
are both quite sick at their homes on Holly
aeuue.
MrRj E. Terry and daughter, Nora, Visited
friends in Kensington during the week.
Mrs. Harry Keefer is In Baltimore for a
few days.
Miss Ltzzio Winter, of Washington, Is the
guest of Miss Stella Bennett, of Magnolia
avenue.
Mr. L.M. Morrisandson.IIarold, returned
to-day from a three weeks' trlpto Maine.
WAKRENT0N NEKS ITEMS.
Col. Thomas Smith, chief justice of the
supremecourtntNew Mexico, and his hand
some wife, formerly Miss Lizzie Gaine, of
this place, are visiting the delightful home
of Mrs. Smith's mother, on Winchester
street.
Mr. C. C. Shriver and wife and Mr.
Raphael S. Payne, of Baltimore, are vis
iting Mrs. Virginia 8. Payne, ou Culpeper
street.
Miss Nellie Allen, daughter or Mr. A. M.
Allen, of Culpeper, is visiting her cousin.
Miss Janet Colvln, on North Fifth street.
Mr. J. S. Pattlc, of Roanoke, spent a few
days with his brother, Mr. Thomas E.PatUe,
lSLst wodc
Miss Lizzie Ehotwell. nt Culpeper. is vis
iting hersfriend. Miss Fannie Freeman, at
the residence of Mayor John R.Spilman.
Mr. Richard N. Brooke, the well-known
Washington artist, is Tisiting bis father,
Hon. Jan. V. Brooke. .
The cloiing german Friday night ot the,
QPPeNHElMER'SJMefHtlW.
BMt Whlto Knells Duck, mad up
in ttie very latest stjla. Worth 2.0J.
Hon-Jay oaj b'Jc
2Lnd.es" MetHtira-welzM ni?h Neck,
IxmpSIoeFtfMUrU. Worth 15c apleco.
Monday 2 for -Vc.
3 Larco Sizo Towoli Worth I5c each.
3fcrz9c.
GnllGood Sized Bath Towels. Worth
20c each, o fjr Zlc
Each TurLUh Bath Wash Bass.
orth Ic each, lcea h.
yard warranted Pure Linen Table
Covering. Never bold for less than
ton Only S5a
Fringed And Bed, Border AlMInen
Uablo Cor en Worth 75c. OulySUc
98c
7c
7c
7c
3c
New Fall Capes, In all colors. Jnst
tho rlgat weight for cool mornings.
V orth S3. W) each. Only left
1,009 pair Ladies' Stainless Hack and
laulioje. Worth lie. OnlyTc
SOD Talr lien's Stainless Black and
Seamless Iloso. Worth 2Jc each.
Only Tc.
A Tab Men s Elastic End Suspenders.
Worth a) Only 7a
WXW Gent's and Ladles' Colored
Bordered Handkerchief j. Worth 10a
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MEN !
MANY
MANY MINDS I
but wo can always show them all
Bornethlus In tho lood line to please
thorn.
EMRIGH BEEF CO.
Jlaln Market 1300-1S1! SM Street X. W.
Telephone 317. Branch Markets 1TH
llthsLnir: 3SJ lith sm: 3th and II
els 11 w: 3U37 M St. nw; xnst aui K sti JT,
2151nd.ATe. niv; 5th and late, mr; -!;a
andl sts. nw; th ec and l'a. Are ht;
IStL st. and -N. Y. Ave. nw.
?
f
If
(Ladies'
Cutting School
Will open September 15; all
branches ladies' tailorincr
and dress cutting- taught by
tailor system. Apply or ad
dress for terms.
GEO.T.KEEN,
1312 F St. N. W.
Warrcnton German Club, held In thxtnwn
hall, was iu every respect a most brll-
uuut auuir. it was paniei;iatca in ny over
one hundred people, many of them from dis
tant citle- and towns.
The suit of thetowa uf Warrenton against
the Glamorgan Co., of Lynchburg, which
company contracted to erct a system of
w.-uer-worK. ior tnis town in ltfyu, out
who failed to carry out their contract to
erect a water-tight reservoir ot l.noo.OUO
gallons' capacity, was compromised before
the conclusion of the trial, the defendant
company pajing to the town the sum of
2,800 and all co,ts.
CAKLIN'S Sl'HINGS NOTES.
The Carhn's Euchre Club were enter
tained by Mr and Mrs. M. C. Mitchell, at
Comfort Cottage, Friday evcnlLg The
cottage, ottering a large rpaco of grourd,
gave good opiHirtutiity for Illumination,
and the many lanterns lianging around
made a very pretty picture. There were,
ten tables, ti'-teen games being played, at
the conclusion of which refreshments were
served.
Mr William Mason leaves In a few days
for Tuft's College, Boston, where he will
take up the study of elictriral ergincering.
Mr Harry Mitchell has returned from
a trip to Boston.
The citizens of the village will hold a
meeting for the punuite of UUcuK.ii g rail
road matters, and it is hoptd that by an
organized effort they may be able to inluce
the Southern management to ofler better
and cheaper tramiiortation facilities. This
Is the best palng road belorging to that
system, still the manaf-n.ent apparcntly
endeavor to bring all the r moklng cirs from,
the main line to uee forlirst-cia coaches
The ECbtdJle on the road averages twenty
miles an hour, which is rather antiquated
for tills age.
Xo Sienmcrs for Honolulu.
The Post-office Department has Issued
a notice that the sailing of the steamer
Warriraoo for Australia from Vancouver,
British Columbia, via Honolulu, Hawaii,
has been canceled and there will be no
sailing from Vancouver for Australia dur
ing October or until the cholera scare
abates.
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Badly
To-day?
We ask this repeatedly, because serions
diseases often follow trifling ailments.
v.
It von are w calc an 1
generally exhausted, S
nervous, have voS
appetite and can't S
work, begin at once S
taking tbe roost re- m
liable strengthening ,
medicine, winch is
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Benefit comes from ma
the cry first dose. m
CURES
DVSPCFSI. KlDHir AND LI V til
NEURM.QI. TKOUSLCS. g
CoHSTieATion, Impurc Blood.
MALAIII. NtRVOOS AlLUIBTR.
Women's Complaints.
2 Get only the genuine it has crossed red
lines on the wrappers g
J BROWN CHEMICAL, CO. BALTIMORE, Ml. J
8IMHM
89c
29c
29c
29c
Ic
25c
29c
I Brown's
ilron
: Bitters
IT
Elegant part wool Scotch Coitumes
forilisscs,ttol0 years. Worth I i 00.
OclySSa
yard, Terybest Apron Ginghams, In
all new patterns. Worth lie. Only
3?ia .
yard. New Dark Styles la Tall prints.
U orth 8c yard.
yard, S4-Inch wide, strictly all wool
Bluo fcerge. Worth SI per yard.
Only 9c
yard 27-Inch wide Good Muslin.
Worth 8c yard.
yard, remnants of Best Muslin, such
aa Androscoggin. Trldo of tho West,
eta Worth luc yard.
yard. EitraWIdo Cnbloached Sheet
ing. W orth 20c yard. Only 12tjc yard.
yard, the very latest In Japanese
Uraperle3. Worth 20c yard. Only 9a
&i-lnch Lens Stamped Bureau Scarfs.
Worth 23a
Complete Lace Bed Set. consisting of
1 Laco Bedrpread and 1 pair Shams,
worth 12.50, only Me.
Extra Heavy Groy and White Blank
eta. Worth 'JBa Only 49a
Very Large Part W ool Double Blank
ets. Worth 2.00. OnlySSa
Oar best value In White Crochet
Bedspreads. Fully worth Sic.
Only I9a
EDUCATIOXAL.
Georgetown College, Head of O St. X. XV
PREPARATORY I'EPAUTMEST Threo
years' cour-v Latin. Greet, Enclish,
French or Herman. Mathematics. Term
besias Sept II.
COLLEGIATK DErARTJlCXT Fonr
years' course. Latin. Greet. Tlrgrllah,
1'reuch or Uennan, JIatl:-nwtics, Chem
istry, both Gemral and Analytical.
Phytic. Logic Metaphysics, Ethics, etc.
Torm lK-insiv3l 11
rOhTGKADl'ATE 1 KPART1IEXT Elect
ive conrsiM of cradi ate "tuitv in Ethic.
Political Economy. C'nliititi(nal His
tory. Philology. English, irtnch and
German LiU-raturrs. ALubematics. Chcm
J;iyr"!lilnf"?n5'nn,lHi',,V of Art. etc.
Term hoclns CO. J
ASTRONOMICAL OttSEP.YATORr The
stiff of Piofcwors an- chiefly engaged
In inrc-uiiralion. but Kpi-ual stcdvzu
will be received if qualified.
REV J. HAVENS RICHARDS. S J.
Rector
Georgetown University,
(Founded ITS!)
SCHOOL OF LATC.
FACBLTT.
Rev. J HAVENS KirHARDS. 8. J.,
Prelidentof the University.
Hon. HENRY B BKOWN. LL. D.
(Justice Supreme Court of the United
States).
Lecturer on Admiralty Jurisprudence.
Hon. MARTIN F MORRIS. LL. D.
(Associate Justice Court of Appeals of the
District of Columbia),
Lecturer on CoiiMitulional and Interna
tional Law and Cimpara
tive JuriMirudencc
Hon SETII SHEPARD. LL I).
(Associate Justice Court of Apteala of the
Bif tnct of Colcmbiaj.
Lecturer on the Law of Corporations and
Equity JunrprLdci'ce.
Hon JEHLMIAH M WILSON. LL. D..
Lecturer on tLe Law ..r Itral Eftate and
the Law of Evidci ce
JOSEPH J. BAUL1NGTON, LL. D.,
Lecturer on the Law of I'trsocal Prop
erty aid Contracts
GEORGE E HAMILTON, LL. D .
Lecturer on Practice. Testamentary Law
aid Etutty PVadlrgand Practice
T.. ROSS PERRY. A M.. LL. D..
Lecturer on Common Law Pleading. Criml
rr.l Law. ard Drmestic Rilations.
Rev. RENE HOI.AIND, 8 J..
Lecturer on Natural Law.
TALLMADGEA LAMUF.ItT.-LL-D.,
Lecturer ou Civil Law.
CHARLES A DOUGLASS. Esq ,
Lecturer on the Law of Torts and Negotia
te Taper.
Circuit Court: MICHAEL J COLBERT.
A.M.
Court of A ppeals Messrs TALLMADGE
A LAMBEKT. JOB BARNARD, and
HENRY WISE GARNETT.
BAMUEL M. YEATMAN. A M.,
Secretary and Treasurer
The twenty-sixth annual session o
the School of Law opens WEDNESDAY.
OCTOBEU 2. 1S93. at 6:30 p .in.. In its
commodious, specially designed Law
School Building, Nos. 506 and 508 E
street northwest, when the introductory
lecture will lie delivered and announce
ments made for the ensuing term. Pres
ent and prospective students; alumni
and all others- interested in legal educa
tion are cordially Invited to be present.
The secretary can be seen in his of
fice in the law building- daily after
September 13, from 6 to 7 p. m., for In
formation, enrollment, etc. Those pro
posing to connect themselves with the
school for the ensuing term are request
ed to enroll their names before the open
ing night and thus avoid the delay inciuenr
to that occasion.
Circulars giving the course of study,
terms, etc.. can be obtained at boot stores
of W. II. Morrison's Son". 132(5 F street
northwest; LowdermlIfc.it Co.. 1421 F (.treet
norhtwest, and John Byrne A Co., 1322 F
street northwest, anil at W.S. Thompson's
drug store. TO.i Fifteenth t-trcct north
west, or on application personally or
by letter to the undersigned.
8. M. YEATMAN. Secretary.
"WIMOD.A.TJOESIS. 1328 1 St. nw.
cuwi bcgiuUcu 1; English branches.
Business classes. Elocution. Jnurnallsm,
Literature, Dancing, Delsarte, French and
German.
ADA L. SMITH, Snpt. eclO-tf
ACADEMY OF" THE HOLY
CKOso, 1312 MaFsacliusetts nenue.
Waf hlngton. B.C. A day school foryoung
ladles and little girls. In addition to a
thorough couree Iu English, French. German
and Latin, special a-lvantagcsareoffered to
students in the art ami musical departments.
Studies will lie resumed on Monday, Septem
ber IC. A kindergarten will be opened in
connection with the academy. fel3-lm
GONZAOA 00LLE0E
TOR DAY SCHOLARS ONLY.
Classical, Felentine and Business Coursas.
Ullitary Drill and Uniform.
Terms J10 per qnarter.
Rev. CORNELIUS OILLESPIE,S. J.,
President.
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE.iVt. ave.
and Thomas circle, reocns IU fall
term Monday, Sept. 9. Apply or send for
year book. BEOTHER FABRICAN.
tu3-lmo
THE May Kindergarten and Primary
School, cor. 11th mid II streets north
east, will reopen Sept. 16th. "05. Prin..Mlss
Amy 8. May. residence No. 715 12lh ce.
Carriage will call for children. n
98c
32c
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49c
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