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THE MfrgNIG XIM35S.- SAltUItDAX,, SEPTEMBER 2Q, 1895,
Want Fall Clothes now sure, and no "other store in
America is so well prepared as we are to provide you
with everything that's proper and fashionable in Men's,
Boys' and Children's wearables of every description.
Men's Suits '. . $10.00 to"$40700
Fall Overcoats 10.00 to 35.00
Children's Suits 2.50 to 18.00
Men's Derbys '2.00 to"" 3.00
Men's Shoes ." 2.40 lo 6.50
Boys' Shoes 1.40 to 3.00
Boys' Hats - 50c' arid' up.
Furnishings of all kinds better than every body else's
best. Prices lower than the lowest for same qualities.
Robinson, Chery & Co.
I2TH AND F STS.
There is absolutely
nothing to conceal in
our business and the
more you know about
it the surer we are of
The better you are
posted in clothing, the
better we like it, be-
then you are
and qualities. We in
vite criticism, the
more our clothing is
criticised, the more
clearly it will be shown
what wonderful values
How about your Fall
311 7th St. N. W.
I you've got
I the money
I to spare
yououzht to pick un omeof
tno aouara inai are ar- ipias
hre. ThU Is your golden op
portunity to xurntdQ yournome
better than 'twas f uralsUed bo
fore Tnere is no child's play
a Lout thee reductions they'ro
way- down b?low the cost una
casn n you to got it
Credit lr you want It.
House & Herrmann,
S117. 910, 021, 023 7th M.
030 .Mass- Ave.
How about jours?
Won't you want a new
one this season? now
is the time to think
If 3011 want to cut a
good figure in society
you must be very par
ticular about having
a perfect fitting dress
suit of the latest cut.
That is the kind we
f - fT" HEATERS,
6 llrt RANGES.
Each year brines more cerfectlvmade
A gas heaters and rauces. II any now
V shapes this season and many little im
provements that make tLo burninc of
gas for heating and cooking moro deeli-
abio. Jtosr. complete une in town.
GAS APPLIANCE EX.,
1428 N. Y. Ave.
NO FEE UNTIL CURED.
02 F it. nw , Washington, D. O.
Treats all chronic, nervous and blood dla
rases, alcoholism and opium habit. BP&
CIALTY Kidney and Bladder Trouble,
Piles. Fistula. Stricture. Ac. FRIVATB
ptieases'positlvcly and permanently cured.
Lost Manhood restored. Consultation frc
Office hours 9 to 12 a m.. 2 to 6:30p.m.,
auto g o .. Sunday, 4 to 7 p. m.
VJRL.Ui:n TO TK11UEL.I..
IlisYV 111 lnieMlKiiti-tlio Imprisonment
of ii Supposed American Citizen.
Constantinople, Sept. ST. An Armenian
named Gucdjlan, who claimed to be a
clti7en or the United State, wns recently
sentenced to a long term or Imprisonment
upon the charge of lieins an emissary of
an Armenian revolutionary society.
The United Ktatci consul at Aleppo, where
Guedjlan was confined, was not allowed
by the authorities to lsit the prisoner.
Mr. Alexander W. Terrell, ttio Unltid
State Minister to Turkey, demanded of
the Sublime 1'orte that sentence in the
case Of Guedjian be suspended until It
could be ascertained whether or not he
had forfeited the right of protection by
the Uultcd States.
The l'orte lias tiow telegraphed to the
authorities at Aleppo to allow the United
States consul to Investigate the case and
to see- the prisoner.
MATTIIUYV C. GETTY'S WILL.
DUPO-.CH of Some Ileal Estate in
An exemplified copy of the last -will of
the late Matthew Clark Getty, of Indiana
county. Pa., was filed for probate with the
Kegister of Wills jesterday. The- original
will was written Marcli 2!, 189 1.
In 'addition to munificent bequests of
property In Indiana county. Fa., and In
Missouri, tho will directs that certain
District of Columbia real estate be sold
whena fair price caiibereallzcdandlliepro
ceeds go towards paing the debts of tho
deceased, and it tlicro is any residue from
the particular sale that it be divided
among the seven children of the deceased.
The estato hero consists In a one-third in
terest in lots 18 to 20, block 0, Mount Fleas
ant, and five lots lu llrtglitwood Park.
Richard Getty, James M. Stewart and
George Clark Getty are natnedas executors.
DSKU ROVEIIX1IE.VT FUEL,.
Forney Coiirt-Mnrttul Develop-, Tlint
It Is ii Common Practice.
New i'ork, Sept. 27. The court martial
of Col Forney on charges brought by Col.
Haywood was resumed at the Brooklyn
navy yard at 10 o'clock this morning.
SerRt. ii. C. Knipe, of the navy yard,
proved to be the most important witness
of the day.
- He tetified that during his life at the
navy yard, extending over about fourteen
years, every offiier with the exception of
-Mi. IlunlingJon bad been In the habit of
using Government fuel In their private
King's Palace both store, will hr closed
to-day until 0:30 p. m. Special bargains
will be offered In all departments. Our
patrons are requested to wait until th
This seasonls blocks in
well-known makes, such as
Dunlap, Youman, Miller
and Young's we are sell
ing at ,
We do not think you can
get these reliable makes
elsewhere at this price.
.Men's Suits $1.85
Llcgant Clay Worsted Suits
for evening dress. 0.95
Fine Satin J-incd .Suits 8.00
rioss' Suits. S3.00; worth S5.50.
ltojs' Suits, S4.25;,worth$7.00.
Children's Suits, SI. 25, worth
S3. 5 a
Children's Suits. S1.G2. worth
Children's Stilts, extra flno
quality. 52.40: real value, S5.00.
All-wool I'ants. SI. 25.
Children's Knee Pants, double
seat and knee, 25c
Ninth & ESts. N. W.
Sth and Market Space.
Onr First Anniversary
and Grand Opening
WILL TAKE PLACE
and WEDNESDAY, -
Sept. 30, Oct. 1 and 2.
We shall be closed all day-to-day
in "bfder to give us
ample time to prepare for
One of the main features
of this grand event will be
the opening of our
Under the supervision of
Miss Stasia Toole, formerly
of Madame Palmer's.
Sth and Market Space.
and at pretty prices. To-day
wo aro offering 50 cases of
'Women's !8M Kid Buttons
for Just L75.
Think of itl fifty cents
saved out of twi dollars and
a half no, there Is no'.ulns
wrong with the bhoes. Wo
bought rather too heavily,
that's nil: and we want to
get rid of some of them 0U
cases of shoos take up so
Hare you tiled a pair cf
.1EXNESS MILLER SHOES
They nro tho mot sen 1 bio
aboes inndu yes, they nro
common sense, but they do
nut look ugly far Irom It,
they look very neat and
they nro wonderfully com
fort a bio.
We havo tho solo right for
Our price is $100.
Cooled by Electric Knus-
939 Pennsylvania Ave.
CONGRESS JSilED TO BUY
Eastern Dispensary Desires
Equality With Central.
PK0P0SAL 0FTHE DIRECTORS
ConiinU-.lonTH Asiked to Indorse Hi-,
fluent for the Appropriation of $10,
OOO Xo AntiiKonNm to tin- Kmer-Kdii-y
Ilriclitwood'x Appeal for
Attorneys Tracy L. Jcffonls and C. C
Lancaster, representing the directory of
the Eastern .Dispensary, anil Messrs. Thos.
V. Smith and ii. I. Welier, members of the
board, called upon the Commissioners yes
terday and requested their Indorsement of
the proposition for the purchase of that
institution by the government and placing
it on an equal footing with the Central
The directors want the Commissioners to
recommend "an appropriation of $10,000,
the price asked for the property, and at
which price there Is an option held.
It Is claimed by those Interested that
the city Is now too large for one hospital
to be able to do all the emergency work,
and bay that there is need for such an
Institution as the Eastern Dispensary, to
vliieh all of East VYnshli-gtou will be con
trlbutary. CENTRAL NOT ANTAGONIZED.
There is not the slightest antagonism to
the Central Dispensary, they aay, nor will
a second hospital do it any injury.
The Eastern institution Is maintained
by private subscriptions, with tho excep
tion of 500 annual appropriation, and
the charitable work done Is principally
at the expense of the managers.
The building which the directors derlrc
to purchase n the one now occupied by the
Institution, and will be suflieient wltliout
addition to accommodate the dispensary in
all Its branches for at least ten years to
It is understood that Col. John B. Tracy;
the superintendent of i tin rl tics, will favor
the pun base, although when questioned
yesterday be declined to state his position.
Representative citizens of Ilrightwood
Interviewed the District authorities jester
day with respect to needed additions to the
police nnd fire department services for their
section, nnd a'sked the Commissioners to
Include the Items In their next estimates.
FIRE ENGINE AND POLICE.
The delegation pressed the needof an
engine-house, which they believed should
be located at some point between Bright
wood and Whitney avenues. The subject
of location, both as to the police station
and engine-house, was, ho.wcvcr. left to
the discretion of the Commissioners.
The delegation was composed of Dr, C.
B. Stone and Messrs. V,ll. Cox and It. IS.
Bids were opened yesterday at the Dis
trict Building for the construction of the
school building which will be encted at
the corner of Plf tecnth and C streets south
east. Contractors submitted proposals as fol
lows: J II. Ilowlelt, S20.77S; J.M.Dunn.
$18,U05; George VT Corbclt, 518,900;
Thomas E. Cabell, $l!i,090; D. r. Mocka
bee. 10,300; James IS. Young. $20,773;
C. Thomas & Son, $19,500; C. R. Monroe,
It was ordered yesterday by the Com
missioners that the municipal di-lnfectlng
plant shall be erected on reservation 13, at
the extreme western endofthcarea marked
upon the plot "Cemetery," and In what Is
designated as the "pasture."
They ordered also that the stable for the
smallpox service shall be erected castnf the
present hospital, Just below the most
easterly line of graves In Potter's Field.
ACCEPT THE LOWER PRICE
The Commissioners will not have to
rcadvertlse for a new contractor to supply
the District with oats. Messrs. S. S.
Dalsh & Son having agreed.to accept the
price at which their bid was accepted.
The circumstances, as related in The
Times of yesterday, arc that the Messrs.
Dalsh put In a bid which was accepted
as specifying 33 1-2 cents per bushel for
oats. They signed the contract, but ui
receipt of the first check they claimed
their bid was 35 1-2 cents.
The contract was meanwhile reported
to the Treasury Department at the price
of 33 1-2, and, as there was no way so
easy out of the, difficulty as to release the
contractors, that plan was proposed, con
ditioned that the District should purchase
oats In the open market and return to the
firm the full number of bushels delivered
In an Interview with Auditor Petty
yesterday, Mr. S. S. Dalsh consented to con
tinue deliveries at Ihe contract price.
It would really have been an economical
move for the District, as the oats can now
be purchased at 28 cents per bushel.
I,. M. Tonton was yesterday appointed
an additional private on the police force.
Richard Slyo has been nppoiuted by
the Commissioners to take charge of tb.
new dump at Anatostia.
Building permits issued yesterday: Ed
A. Mosely, dwelling, No. 1113 Sixteenth
street northwest, $8,000; Schmltt & Hesse
ach, addition to No. 1135 Seventeenth
street northwest, $1,400; 0. M. Bulcn, two
dwellings, lot 1C9 Pierce Btreet, Anacostla,
The Commissioners yesterday appointed
George P. Butler as keener of No. 6 police
station, vice Elliott, deceased.
NEGOTIATING TOIt TBAXSFEIIS.
Eeblngtonnnd Belt Llnesand Columbia
ConiliiR to an Cnderstandlns.
Negotiations are In progress between the
representatives of the Ecklngton and Belt
Line and Columbia street railways looking
to the establishment of a system of trans-
lers at liieventn sitccc ana iew xork
avenue and also at Fifth street and Mas
sachusetts avenue, where the Columbia
road crosses the Ecklngton line.
While no definite arranements have yet
been announced, it Is confidently exjs
peeled that the transfers will go into
operation on or about October 1.
: GROCERY MARKET.
Everything for the table at one place and delivered to your home promptly. Fresh Meats, Fresh
Vegetables, Choice Fruits, Butter, Eggs, Teas, Coffees, Spices, Pickling Vinegar, etc.
SPECIAL REDUCTION IN FLOUR. Bring this advertisement and you will be allowed 25 cents
on the purchase of one barrel of Flour. Make up your orders from this list.
White Wine Vinegar '. .. . 17c
California Pears .. - ipe
Cnlifornla Peaches 15c
Evaporated Cream.cau..'.. .. .. .. .. lfic
Best iiutterlue.lb 17c
J.B. Huking Powder. 1-lU.tlns... .-.. 20c
Ground Coffee, purlli.. lr.c
Smoked Herring, box .. lfic
ImportedSardiues.lan-'e. wlthkey.. .. 18c
Pret7elettes, lb Toni Thumb) .. .. lr.c
Klrloin Steak 15c
Wile!: lDuel, pint bottle : lr.c
1-32 bin Royn I Family Flour lCc
l-32bbl Electric Light Flour .' lfic
Imported Sardines In tomato tnuce.
per cat lfic
Eagle Brand Condensed Milk Die
Lobster, tall cans '. .r 17c
Cider Vinegar, gallon .. .. 17c
Wilbur's Chocolate, cake 18c
J'orterhouseMteak., .. r. .i ...s ."-. .. lu
French Baking Powder. 1-2 ill cans.. 18c
Lcu& Perrln'sWorivstershireHnuces, 2Cc
Columbia Soups Jdllenne. Consom
me. Mulligatawny,' Chicken, -Tomatolarge
Durkie's Salad Dressing, bottle.. .. 2Tc
Best Elgin Butter, lb 2c
Dunlmr'rt Barutarlj Shrimps, large.. 2r,c
FolfilnChlps, p,r pound 2."c
Java I'lavored Cotree .' 25c
Ohio M.i il r by nip, per can :t5c
Colhitm's Curry powder, bottle.. .. 25c
lltndereon's birch l'hoph,ite, bottle
large . .. 25c
Royal Hiking Powder. 1 lb :.. -toe
Clc eland KikiugPowder, 1 lb -irc
Golden 1) rip Sirup -15c
5 ll palls Coltoli-no,, i. . -X. 48c
Horseshoe Chewing Tobacco. lb.. .. 50c
5-lb pails Eiinl (bust).. ., i.. -- 50c
Fancy Mixed Tea 50e
Gravity ;i-ply Chewing ToUicco., ,.. ;oc
Choice Oolong Tea 00c
Choice Gunpowder Tea...... .. .. ., 60c
1-8 bbl. Electric Light Flour 60c
Wilbur's Cocoa, per tin.. , 2J1c
A r buckle Cofice 22c
Olive Oil itinuortedi.t - 25c
Best Malt Vinegar, gallon 27c
Best White Wine Vinegar, gallon.. .. 27c
3 Hi nails Col tolene 28c
5 string Brooms 28c
1-1G Iftl. Electric Light Flour.. .. .. 30c
3-lti palls 1,-int (best) 30c
1-16 bbl. Koydl Family Flour. 30c
lth hnrdson 4 Kobbius' Potted Turkey,
Holland Java and Mocha Coffee.. .. .'10c
Java and Modm Coffeo 30c
1-10 libli-Lily Best Patent Flour.. .. .fie
French' Baking Powder, 1-lb'cnus.. Sou
Fine Gunpowder Tea 35c
Spring Leaf Tea .... 35c
Old Government Java Coffee 35c
Best Mocha Coffee.. .. .. i 35c
New Orleans Baking Molasses 45c
Fine Oolong Tea. .. ,15c
Mustard, per gallon 45c
1-8 bbl. 1,117 Best Plllcnt Flour.. ., C
Extra Choice oolong Tea: f-Oe
Extra Choice Gunpowder Tea.. .... 80c
Royal Family Flour bill.. . .. ,. ..$1.00
1-4 lil.t. Family Flour -.. ..$11110
1-8 bbl. Royal Family 50c
Lily nest patent Hour, mil. si.,
1-1 bbl. Lily I!t I'attnt Flour... .51.25
Electric Light Best Family Flour.
bbl , St.00
1-1 bbl. Electric Light Flour $1.15
Quart size Lea & 1'errlus' Sauce,
per lottlc .75c
Gilt Edge Soap t5c. size), each 3c
Babbitt's Soap.. .. . -. 4 l-4c
bug.-ir-eun.-cl Shoulders, lb 8c
Premium cards now being given out. Hundred-piece Decorated Dinner Sets, Eight-da- Cathedral Clocks, Large Banquet
Lamps, Fine Home Sofas, S6-piece Tea Sets, Easy Rocking Chairs, Large, Attractive Albums given out on the new cards.
Ask at the desk for them.
UNION CLUB'S POSITION
It Will Not Stir the Local Po
nesolntlon- Adopted nt tlie Meetliijj
Lnst J lull t. Com rndlctlni: Current
Deports Prominent Speeches..
The Union-Republican Club held Its reg
ular semi-monthly meeting last night in the
parlors ot Wlllard's Hotel, where its head
quarters are located. une aiicnciauce
was large -and the interest manifest. The
club is making rapid growth. A promi
nent workfrrsta ted tnal t he nit uilwrdiip was.
now In the hundreds, but It would socn be lu
Col. J, 11. De Wees, .chairman of the com
iulttee on membership, reported favorably
iiiirtr-rivo antillciiuons, all of which
were received by Ule club. At the meeting
two weeks ago forty-three new members
Chnlrinaii'-H. F. Crawahaw, of tho State
Clubs' Committee, reimrted the rmueMs
from several State committees for cam
paign literature, which will be compiled
TUcn- Green IB Rauni, ex-conimUsloner
of pensions, was Introduced and node
a felicitous nddress. He concluded by
Joining the club. The General was unani
mously elected amid a round ot applause.
Col W. L. Btamtiall, one of the vice
president, was called to the chair by
President Lasier. Col. C. 11. Lawrence
introduced ex-Gov. Hart, ot Ohio, who
excoriated the present administration
in its attitude on the pension question
and foreign relations. Comptroller Bowler
came in for a round.
"Ills assumption." Mill the speaker, 'is
not it question of sugar bountybut of the
The governor adjured his party to stand
on affirmative mid not negative princi
ples, giving as the keynote of the cam
paign the issue of protection to American
Junustnes. ., , ,
Col A. M. Clapp was colled for. and
responded by sajing that in his State.
New Yorlf, the Democracy was trying to
supplant the Christian Sabbath with the
saloon " He outlined the responsibility
nnd possible usefulness of the club,
especially lu adjoining states.
On motion of CoL William A. Cook, a
resolution -was adopted Intended to set
at rest the idea that the club was dabbling
in local politics, but that the club was na
tional in character, and the rumors current
in sorr-cof tno newspapers that It proposed
to participate in the election of delegates
from the District of Columbia to tho next
We sell Relia.blo" Shoes only,
tho best hi Amsrlca at the price.
'Till 6 P, M. To-day.
At that hour w shall open with
complete lines of new Fall 6hos
and a feast of '
rJt i wiNiun i .
Our Opening Souvenir something
useful and handsome will he pre
sented to every lady.
WM, HAHN & GO.'S
Reliable Shoe Honsos,
830 and S33 Seventh at. n. w.
1U11 and 1916 Pa. ave. n. w.
233 Fa. are.' a. e.
Orounil Pepper, 1-4 pound 8c
YellowMustardSeed, l-4pound.. .. 8c
Ground Mustard, 1-1 pound 8c
Ground Cinnamon. 14fpound 8c
Ground Mace, 1-8 pound 8c
Whole Mace, 1-8 pound 8c
Ground Cayenne Pepper, 1-4 pound 8c
Whole Pepper, 1-4 )oui)d 8c
FniitPiiddlnc, all flavors 8c
Hirst h's Sjiico 8c
J. 11. Hiking Powder, 1-2 pound tins 8c
Large Lemon Extracts 10c
I.arge Vanilla 10c
Bottles Catsup 8c
Good Steak- 8 and 10c
Rico Flour, per package 8o
Elgin Star Condensed Milk, can.. .. 8c
llixby's Large Blacking 8c
Ohvas. per bottle 8c
Large Mustard Sardines 8c
Sago, per package 8c
Fal Il.uk. jfor seasoning 8c
Western Shoulder. ne
Mixed Candy, per pound.. .. 8c
Iiory (Elephant Head) Starch.. .. 8c
All persons are cautioned against giving
any orders to fraudulent tramps claim
ing to sell for our house. We have no
'Diamond Starch (needs no blue) ,
Taploca.pcr package 8c
Farina, pound package 8c
Olive Oil, small 8c
Early June Peas -. 8c
Stick Candy, all flavors 8c
Red Seal Lye. can 10c
Large French Prunes 10c
NcwYorK Cream BIcuit. .-. 10c
Lemon Cakes .. 10c
MIlkLunch Biscuits 10c
Mixed Nuts, best 15c
California Evaporated Peaches.. .. 12c
California Evaporated Pears.. .. 12c
California Evaporated Apples.. .. 12c
Now Prunclls.. .. 12c
ChalmerV Gelatine 10c
Largo Silver Prunes 12c
California Evaporated Apricots.. .. 12c
Chicory, lb 10c
Best Cream Cheee. lb 12c
LanternJars Sirup, pints 12c
Large Bottles Catsui lCc
Graveley'sBest Tobacco 10c
national Republican convention were with
out foundation in fait. Its aim is to per
petuate the principle"' of the party and
work for the election of its candidates after
they are nominated.
On motion of Mr. F. M. Evans, a tem
porary transportation committee wns ap
pointed to obtain reduced rates for voters
and report through the press. J. H. C.
Wilson, of Iowa;U. M. Elliott, of Indiana,
and J. M. Pipes, ot West Virginia, were
named as the committee.
Severnl memliers of the club expect to
attend the rally and barbecue to be held
on Saturday, October 5, at Laurel. Md.
Arrangements are being made for a good
A resoluUon complimentary to the speak
ersof the evening was unanimously adopted.
A large number of honorary members
were also eletted at the suggestion of
their admirers in the club. Among the
number were Hon. William McKinlev,
Hon. William It. Allison. lloi.T.B. Reed, Sen
ators Cullom.EIkins. Morrill. Sawyer. Davis
Carter, Burrows, Quav: Representatives
Johnson, of Indlauai W'clllngton, Dovcner,
Governors Mcrton and Hastings: Col. W.
O. Bradley.or Jientiicky.llon. J. W.Gricgs,
Col. James 1). Bradv. of Virginia. Hon.
T. C. Plait, Hon. J. II. Foraker. Hon. II.
Clay Evans. Hon John C. Spooner and Hon.
Henry I. l)Lpi.nt.or Delaware.
The next trrular meeting will be held
on Friday evening. October 11.
GoihI Morning! Of course, you rend
Tin- Evening Time.
Credit on everything.
Payments adjusted to suit
h it m at HI
II II lllilr
ii it? rctuinii
Breukrast Bacon, lb 12c
Raisins, seedless - 10c
Home-made Egg Noodles, large.. .. 10c
Sapollo, largo 10c
Olives, In glass Jars 10c
Candles, No. 6, per set 10c
Hemp Clothes Line, 100 feet 10c
American Gelatine 10c
Rumford'sG-os. Ycas,tPowder 10c
Large 3-lb. CanBakcir Beans.. .-. .. 10c
Canneil Oysters. twtcan.... .-,.. .. 10c
Maryland Peaches, percan 10c
Eli PcltlJohn'sFiiod. package 10c
Chlorido or lima, large 10e
Baking Powder. 1.4-lb. cans....... 10c
Reflector, the best brass and sIHer
polisher known, package,. ,. .. ...... 10c,
Raisins. California 10c
1, nlcliia Silt II f, ,if,a - lOO
f Baby Brand Condenst-dMllk.can.. .. 10c
aimoii. tan cans., .... .,, 'c
Imported Sardines, small, fce'y..' .. .. 12c
Steak Salmon. large flat cans 15c
Baltimore Sugar-cured Hams, lb.. ..
Bacon Strips J. .. ,. .'. .. ..
Society Wafers r;. .. ..
Vunllla Cakes -
Sugar Jurable.s , ,
Honey Jumbles .. ..
Mixed Ririe Nuts .. '. ..
saltlne Wafers '.'.'.. ..
Graham Wafers, per pound
Vanilla Wafers, iicr pound.. .. w
Egg Biscuits, lier pound
Winter Green Candy
Canned Corn Beef, sliced
Rib Roast or Beefsteak
Sack Comment (Squirrel brand) ..
Plymouth Rock (both colors) gela
tine Olive Oil
Camnliell's Beefsteak Catsup, pt.. ..
Cal Pitted Evaporated Plums. lb.. ..
imported Spaghetti, per package.. ..
Best Fresh Eggs, Doz
Quecu.lt AndersonJams . ..-
LVTEKIIED AT AHLLVGTOX.
Crook's. .Iteiiiatns Laid. Beside
Those ot Her Husband.
The remains 8f Mr:MaryM)aiIey Crook,
widow ot the lato. General Crook, were
interred at Arlington Cemetery yesterday
morning In the presence of many distin
The train on which the body was brought
from West Virginia arrived at the Balti
more and Ohio depot shortly before 10 a.
m., and accompanying the remains were
Mrs. Crook's only sister, Mrs. Fannie
Dailey Read. Rev. J. II. Moore, ot West
Virginia, and several other relatlve-s and
friends ot the deceased. The body was
encased in a handsome casket, surrounded
with many magnificent floral designs
and partly covered with the national col
Assembled at "Ihf deiot when the train
arrhed were the pallbearers, Hon. J. Stal
ling Morton, Secretary of Agriculture;
Gen. T. II. Stanton, Col. II. R. Corbin.
Gen. M. R. Morgan. Col. C. B. Stburicld,
Mr. John F. Waggaman. Mr. William Crook,
Mr. Logan Carlisle, Lieut. L. W. VKj.'niion;
and Lieut. Lurlen Young. Many other
prominent citizens were present.
The casket was removed from lis spe
cial car and placM on a truck, which con
Has crowned our efforts in the opening of
our New Departments, thus giving this city a com
plete Outfitting Establishment, where "you can furnish-
your home throughout or clothe yourself
ON CREDIT. Payments adjusted to suit your
convenience.- - ---- -
Our Stock choice and 'com
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Kat Smoked Bloaters, each 3c
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Large Lump Stanh .. Dc
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star Soap, .akc 4c
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1770 Powder 4c
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Celerv Seed. 1-4 pound
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veyed it to the hearse. The funeral cortege
then slowly proceeded to Arlington Ceme
tery, where, after the last rites of the
Episcopal Church were administered by
Rev. J. II. Moore, the body was placed at
rest beside the spot where tho remains
ot her distinguished husband were Interred
DMiop Sullivan on a Visit.
Rev. Jeremiah Sullivan. Bishop of Mo
bile, and for many years pastor of St.
reter's Church In this city, is at present
the guest of. Rev J. M. O'Brien, the pres
ent pastor of St. Peter's. A large number
of Bishop Sullivan's former iianshioccrs
have called to sec him and to express
their gratification nt his successful career
In the South. Blhop Sullivan will be
present at the dedication or McMahonHall
and will participate prc-nlcently in ttr
Eucharist Ic congrcs?.
Mr Julian'-. Mdiincntx.
C"i?:rmatlon of tte report that IK
British ambassador. Sir Ju'i-iu Panncc'ote,
will iU Ottawa I." or,- bis return to
Washington was reccvej from Sir Julian
himself yesterday 11" wri'es that he will
leave Newiiort ' - t a .va , i. Monday next,
nml that he pop -s i I Washngb h njt
lafr th;ni Novcru.er 7.
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