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THE MOENI3STG TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1895.
fro, J9 H e
r and Elorenlh Streets
f torace Warehouses 2M at, nearH.
See our big r street show win
dows. A Vernis Marl In Pnrlor Is
f liown. the furniture, carpets, wall
decorations and. furniture draper
ies being shown to produce tlie cor
rect color effect and proper liar
inony of etyleand outline.
Many dozens of them 15
per cent lower in price than
they have ever been 65 per
cent less than they would
cost if cut from the roll and
made to your order. In
stead of losing- the carpet
remnants we make them up
into Bordered Carpet Rugs,
cross sewed and sell them
Size. Kind. Trice. Now.
Gxsreet, Willmi $It.Ui( $10.00
8.3x9.7 English Wilton ..$45.00 525.CO
l(ixir..4 Wuiun iSO.OO S32.00
10.C..V14 WUloll S75.U0 $45.00
8.3x15.7 VUvet 545 00 Xif.-OO
8.3cir.i; Veil el 37.50 ?7.o0
10.i..t-S.3 Velvet sOO.OO S-30.00
0x8 Ei!gli-liAx.iuIulster$-li.00 $15410
G.8 EiiglitliAxmlusterSin.UO $18.00
!ixl3.4 Axmuvtcr MU.00 SZO.00
8.3x9.5 Axminster :!5.00 $L'1.00
o.:i:i.R Axmiu'tcr 30.liO W4.0U
8.3x15.1 AxraiiL'ter $45.00 $25.00
lo.ilxll.S Axmuvtcr (.17.50 $27.50
lo.tjxia Aximi'ter J4O.00 $2a.00
10.r,xl4 AaiiUwut S5O.G0 30 00
in.ilx.13 KiiKliEliAxinics;er$73.00 $.5.00
10.0xI1.fl TapcMry Brussels $23.00 $1600
10.0x1 5.3T.iiK-Mry Brubieta.$35.00 $23 00
8.3x12.0 li)Oj HrufcSel3.. ..!-23.tl0 S18.00
10.0x11.3 Body Hnissel.. ..$40.00 $19.20
8.3x1. 1.(1 lijdv Brussels.. ..(3(1.00 S2O.00
8.Sxll!.r, Bodv Brussels.. ..$29.00 $21.00
8.3x1 1.0 Uod" UruweLs.. ..$32.00 $22.00
8.3x1X0 Body Bru3cU.. ..$32.50 $22.50
10.GX14 Bodv llrucseH.. ..40.00 $25.00
10.0x15.9 Bodv Ilnirls.. ..S15.00 $27.00
12.9x14 Bodv llrueeels.. ..$45.00 $32.00
12.9x15.0 ltod'v Brussels $-17.00 $35.00
12 9x15 3 Body BniFSel-i $50.00 $37.50
A pai-tal or telephone request will uric"
our nsautoraeapureyour room or rooms, anu
give you an cellmate of cost as well as
afford an opportunity to fliow you now to
economize in carpeting.
21 x42 inches
0x9 feet.. ..$20.00 $13.75
7.0x10.6 Teet . . .. $32.00 $23.75
9 xl2 feet $41.50 $31.75
All of theeenre lait year'e, patterns,
and we cannot duplicate llicru.
20x52 inches .. .. $1.75 S1.25
30x00 inches .. .. $2.00 $1.50
30x72 incnea . ..$3.00 $2.00
18x30 inches.. .. $0.40 $0.25
2 X 4 feet .... $0.85 $0.59
2Gx 5 feet .... $1.25 $0.69
3 x 0 feet .... $2.00 $1.29
4 x fleet .... $3.00 $2.29
0 x 9 feet .. .. $5.00 $3.69
7 x 7 feet .. .. $9.00 S5.79
9 xl2 feet .. ..Sll.OO $7.79
12 xl5 feet .. ..$18.00 $13.39
1 want to be the jeweler who
comes into jour mind first.
" SEE DA VISON
It saves you so much
trouble, so much worry, to
really have a jeweler upon
whom you can place abso
lute reliance in matters of
judgment and values.
I am working day and
night for such a reputation.
Of course the stock I
carry and the moderate
prices I charge are the most
important elements that go
to make ury success.
C. H. DAVISON,
1105 F ST. N. W.
Electricity is not only a
better light than jas, but it
is a safer, better and more
reliable power than steam.
There are dozens of printing-
houses and manufacturing-
concerns in town who
use electric power.
When the 'lino is ready 'phone
us and we'll turn on the current.
retted States FJectrio Llshtlns Co,
IJ3 KthsL n. w. 'Phone 77.
HP HEATERS, f
6 llAji RANGES. f
V Each, year brings mere porfectlymade y
A e&m boaters and ranees. Many new A
euapes mis reason ana many little lm
provemems uiai maco i e Durninc oz m
ens fur hpntln? and cooking more deslr-
amo. Jtiosi complete line in town.
GAS APPLIANCE EX.
142S N. Y. Ave.
By Steam Driller.
WorK done quick
ly, cleanly and
SOSTonth St. nw.
Additional Service Authorized by
CONTKACTS TO BE AWAEDED
Wuter Main Ordered, A.e.jinpntH
iinci'lled und Pavement Listed
fur CniLstruftiiiii TlioiiMinil-Uollnr
Lltitnir Liei'ii-e Advocated Bid
Opened for l'nblle Worli
The schedule of towers to lie constructed
by contract under the lowest bill submitted
yesterday is not cnnrineil to nny one sec
tiim ot the city. The list, arranged in
sections, embraces a wide area.
Section A provides Tor 1,125 fret ot con
crete or brick bewer In Georgia avenue
southeast, between Fourteenth and Fif
tccnlh streets. .
Section It, 20 rect of brick or concrete
work In K btttet northeast, lietween Thir
tiutn street and Tennebsco avenue.
Section C, 300 feet of eishteen-ineh
plpi- sewer in Bismarck street, betwevn
Sherman avenue- nnd Thirteeutli street;
also 320 feet of fifteen inch pipe in Yale
stnvt, between Sherman avenue and Thir
teenth street, mid 3G0 feet of twelve-inch
pipe in Y:tlc street, between the same
Section D. 380 feet or twenty-four-inch
pipe In Twenty-nrst street, lietween K
niul L streets, and 100 feet of tweuty-one-lnch
pipe in the same street, between the
Section E, -175 Teet of eighteen inch pipe
In Twentieth street northwest, between
K and L, streets.
Sectiun F, 370 rect or 2 1-lncli pipe in
Seventeenth street, between Land I)e Sales
streets, and 50 rect of lS-Incli pipe at the
intersection of lie Sales and Seventeenth
M.VXY POINTS rAVOKKD.
Section O, C50 rect or 24-inch pipe in
New Hampshire avenue northwest, between
T and U streets.
Sectiou II, -110 rect of 2 Much pipe In
T street, between New Jersey avenue and
Section I, 135 rect or 24-inch pipe In N
street southwest, betweenSecond and Third
K, G3D rect or 21-Inch pipe in
Eleventh street southeast, between G and
I streets; and 05 reet'or lS-lnch pipe In
Eleventh street at the intersection with
G street southeast.
lUgli license will be the next experiment
in the excise line that Washington, will
have to try. it ft a pretty well assured
fiict that Congress will be asked to amend
the liquor law by Increasing the retail
license tax to 81,000, ami the suggestion
will be backed by strong lnriuencc, Includ
ing official indorsement.
Orders were Issued yesterday as follows:
That to reinforce the six-Inch mains in
Tweirth street northeast extended. Ivy City,
Mount Olivet, and Bladensburg roads, and
the twelve-inch main In Bennlns's, a line of
twelve-liuh main with six-inch connections
be laid beginning at intersection of Eleventh
and K streelsand running north on EliVenth
street to Florida avenue, thence cast to the
intersection or Florida avenue and Bladens
burg road to connect with twelve-Inch main
In Bennlug's road.
That water main assessments be cancelled
on account of Burgdorf decision against lot
6. block 11, Brookland; lots 1 and
2, block 12, Brookland; lot 4. block 33, Co
lumbia nelghts; also remaining installments
"against lot 11, block 19, Howard Univer
sity; lot 7, block 10, Lc Droit I'ark; cast
hair ot lot ID, Moore's Lane;lot 20, block
3, plat 3, Todd and Brown's subdivision;
sublots 135, 130, 137. 141, and 14-',square
G17; lots C and E, Wright aLd Dale's sub
division; lot 53, square 161 and lots 54 to
58, square 937.
That cement sidewalks be laid In front or
No. 2010 Fourteenth street northwest; Ko.
1403 Twelfth street northwest, and No. 2 Q
That an allotment of $2,000 rrom appro
priation Tor current repairs to stieets,
avenues, and alleys be approved. Tor use
In the current quarter; also allotment ot
$10,000 ronanie purpose, for usein quarter
ending December 31, 1S95.
That ewcrs be constructed as rollows:
In west tide or Brightwood avenue, be
tween Kock Creek Church road nnd Whitney
avenue; In I street southeast, between Tenth
and Eleventh ttreets; In Johnson aven ue.be
twecn n and S, Fourteenth and Firteenth
streets, square 207, and in Third street
northeast, between R and S streets, Ecking
That 357 Tiet or Elx-Inch water pipe be
laid in the west side or Second street
southwest, between F and G streets.
That the driveway across sidewalk on
the west Eide or Third street northwest, be
tween D and E streets, be repaired.
That the sidewalk at the southeast corner
or Seventh and G streets northwest, be re
paired Bids were opened'yesterday ror sewer
work in various cccuons or the city, the list
ot bidders elng as rollows.
W F. Brcnizcr, John J. Jacoby, Schooler
& Worniley, Harry C. Nichols, John P.
Larguey, James McCandllsh, Lyons Bros.,
B. J. Coyle, Thomas Buckley, II. C. Bolden,
X G. Gumbcrt, and Lamb & Darby.
MINOR DISTRICT NOTES.
Additional privates on the police Torce
were appointed yesterday, as rollows:
Edgar Johnson, Tor duty at Garfield; L.
W. FoUon at Metropolitan Hotel; John
Painter, 'at the Corcoran Building; John
Mitchell, for the territory surrounded by
Sixth, Seventh, B and C streets; Thomas
C. Quantrell, with the street and alley clean
Bids were oit-ncd yesterday ror furnish
ing the District with cement, the bidders
being the Amentan Cement Company, J. G.
and J. M. Waters and James H.McGillwere
applicants. The amounts proposed ranged
In price rrom 92 1-2 to US 1-2 cents per
barrel; 73 1 2 to 791-2 per canvas lag,
and 74 1-2 to 83 1-2 per paper bag, deliv
ered. 'steam engineer's license was ordered to
day to be Issued to applicants, as rollows:
First class. J. C. Johnson, James O. Kib
bey and David McKnlght, Jr.; second
class, George F. Wilkerson and Charles
Moore; third class, George S. Beck.
The Commissioners have advised Mr.
Ernest Ficgg. or No.54 Broad street,
New York, that the plan proposed ror se
curing the vent Hal ion or the plumbing
within the new Corcoran Art Gallery is
accepted as satisractory.
An IiitcrctiiiK Ilonr.
The scholars or the Modem Normal Col
lege, or which Pro!. J. Fraise Richard is
president, enjoyed a very interesting hour
In Ihe classroom in the- Typographical
Temple yesterday afternoon. The assem
blage was made up of a number ot ladles
and gentlemen, each one or whom entered
Into the spirit or the occasion with the
The question debated was "Is the Eng
lish destined to be a universal language?"
MUs Mary McClune and Miss Emma Gun
derman took ttie arrirmatlve, and Messrs.
MiUord and Secley the negative.
The question Tor discussion next Sati
day will be "Should ladles have and ex;
erckc the right or proposing matrimony?."
Look for Kins':, Palace Great Fall Open
Ik: announcement in Monday' Tlruta.
during the thirty-five years we've been doing
business here were we ever so' well pre
pared to serve you as now. We've got
twice the stock twice the room twice the
help a new elevator and a hat and fur
nishings department since we completed the
alterations on our buildiug and with the
increased stock and facilities we promise
you lower prices than ever before.
The Men's Clothes
We have a
at $7.50 that
are all wool,
ting and as
good as $10 buys any
where else. That's be
cause we're manufactur
Cor. Seveuth and
No Branch Store
1 You Are Invited g
to inspect our new fall
novelties, culled from the choicest products
of Europe and America. If 3'ou have a
to buy or need to replenish in your home
let us give you some new ideas both as to
styles and our marvelously low prices.
i STERLING SILVERWARE,
oaK chests oi silverware irora vzi uu to ;jw.uu.
We are headquarters no other stora
carries tho assortmont over SOD clocks to
Dresden China Clocks, S-day chime, $12.
Dresden China Clocks, small timepieces,
Enameled Metal Clocks, to match any
color hardwood mantel, from $5 to $10.
Fine Gold Bronze Clocks and Side Orna
We have Imported a handsome line ot
DELFT CLOCKS and side ornaments to
HALL CLOCKS best English makes. In
antique mahogsnyVjises, $100 to 5150.
bronze top, $0.75.
In high grados only. Real gold finish.
Lamps In oayx and gold at $4 50.
Lamps In all gold flnib, ffi.00.
Lamps in fancy shapes, $10 to $20
Dresden Lamps, $10 to &3.
Fine Silk Shades from $2.50 to 310. "
Bronze Busts and Statues, Marble Busts, Onyx Tables, Fancy
Mirrors, and Hundreds of Other Novelties.
If you don't know what to buy save time and worry by calling on
R. HARRIS & Ci JSL
7th and B
Kem ember -we manufacture Diamond
Is taero anything you want made?
The Children's Clothes
our entire sec
o n d floor.
There isn't a
ed stock in
"6 41iin mire-
5 and for $2
we can srive
i "styles in all
ideal schoolers. That's
because we're manufacturers.
here for $1.50 better than you've often
paid $2 for. Both Derbys and Al
pines. Every shape that fashion has
stamped correct for this season is here.
too, for less than you ordinarily pay;
39c instead of 50c for French Guyot
Suspenders. 28c instead of 50c for
Silk Boston Garters (14c instead of
25c for the cotton) and fast color
double heel and toe seamless sox, 2
pairs for 25c, are articles that plainly
show their saving.
E Streets N. W.
stock of high grade p
Is toM by us at tho smallest advance on wholesale
Handsome Salt Cellars, wlta sterline sllrer salt
spoons, complete, for 53c
Elaborate Cut Ollro and Bon-bon Dishes, worth
13.50 each, at a special drlie, K.S5.
Nir SIiadoJ Oil and VIne?ar Cruets, $1.50.
Wine Decanters, with handles, 0.50.
Water Caraffos, worth 3 50, for i25.
Some special Talues in elaborato cut towls, which
must be seen to appreciate the low prices put on
lecant Vases at S3, $4, $6, aad upward.
Wo offer astonlihlnR Talues In this line. I( rou
want to spend only a triflo see hat we can cUe you.
sterline bllver Mijar bpoon, ro'.d bowls, $1.25.
Sterline Sllrer Hmter Knives, SI 50.
btcrliue fcllf or Naptla Kings, n.00.
Sterling Silver Combination Olivo and Tickle Fork,
sterling Silver Cold Moat Fork, $1 50.-
Sterling Silver Uerry Siwns In case, $ LOO.
Sterling Sliver Soup Ladle, gflt bowl, Sfi.01
A largo line of silverware in cases, S10 CO to S25 00
Handsome Black Enameled Clockx'Klth
Sts. H. W. I
Se nines and , Jpjrelrx on the premises 2
Our Grand Fa
WILL TAKE PLACE
To-morrow Evening Sept. 30,
From 3 until 7 o'clock.
Our store and window will be beautifully decorated with plants
and flowers, and Grand Souvenirs will be given away.
Goodman's Orchestra will render the latest selections of music
during the Opening.
No Goods Sold on Opening Day.
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturing Clothiers,
405 Seventh Street N. W.
Factory and Saleroom 402 and 404 Penn Street, Reading, Penna.
Socialist Congress Which Pro
poses Radical Reforms.
AN EIGHT-HODK WORKDAY
Urnxtlo l"rii)0lt ions In IlfKard to
lU'llrlon mxl SuolulUm mid ALso
TimclliiiK Unimlltyof Women Under
tlm haw Three Tliotuand, larks
to Hi? tlie Limit of I'uy for Lenders.
Berlin, Sept. 23. The list of motions
which have been forwarded from th dil
brent districts that ivlll be represented in
the coining socialist congress at Ilreslau,
beginning on Oetoljer Gth, for discubslon
by Uiat txly covers sis columns of the
socialist organ, the Vorjvaerts.
The resolutions dealing with the agrarian
programmo of the party, -which has already
been outlined in these dispatches, -will
meet ivltli such decided opposition from
many of the districts that It- may be pre
dicted that they are doomed.
The committee which Is responsible for
the drafting of the agrarian programme
will probably accept a proposal to suspend
Ilnal voting thereon until tho convenmg
of eonie future congress, the committee In
tlie meantime collating material for a re
vision of the programme and as the basis
of further agitation among the rural pop
ulation. The time limit of the congress will not
allow any extended debate on the bulk
of the proposals, which are mostly of an
ldejlist character and unworthy of the
serious consideration of the congress. It
Is pretty well understood that several
leading delegates are- resolved to again
make an attempt to bring Uie religious
question to the front and ask the congress
to affirm that religion is Inimical to the
socialist spirit and that tho party Is ready
to fight every form of religions faith.
In thescIght-hours-a-d3y resolution a
paragraph has been introduced applying
the eight hour rule to nil public offices and
demanding that the socialist members of the
Kelchstng be Instructed at every session to
move a labor bill fixing eight hours as the
maximum working day and the rirstday of
Mayas a national holiday.
The resolution also demands that the so
cialistic deputies be called upon to Intro
duce a measure placing women In every
way upon the same legal footing as man,
with no political or other disabilities.
the laws placing Unmarried women and
their off-spring In an invidious position be
fore the- law In regard to old age insur
ance and providing that the period of
eligibility to pension be reduced from sev
enty to sixty years.
Apart from these proposals aiming at
socialistic legislation some ot the Berlin
districts demand that the officials ot the
socialistic party. Including the socialistic
members of the Reichstag, shall not receive
more than 3,000 marks per annum for the.lr
services, which sum shall not be exceeded
In the payment of editors of thepartforgaas.
A meeting of the woman's brain li of the
socialist party, held In Berlin, has decided
to send two female delegates to the Bres
lau congress In view ot the promised reso
Itulou admitting women to equality with
men and demanding that they be placed In
every respectupou the same legal footing.
In the face ot these demands on the part
of the congress upon the governmentjt is
difficult to- see how the female delegates
can bccxUuded from theBreslan convention.
AFTER STANDARD -MONOrOLr.
The chemical Industries of Germany have
Seld a conference to consider the advisa
bility of taking steps to . counteract the
monopoly of the German petroleum market
by the Standard OJ1 Company. One of the
remedies which has been discussed Is the
reduction of the duty on raw oil to such
an extent that home- refineries would be
able to compete with the Imported refined
product. This proposal was opposed on
the ground that Its operation would seri
ously interfere' with the German parafflne
A resolution was finally adopted favor
ing the plan of petitioning the government
to call a convention In Uerlin composed of
all Interested industries for the purpose
ot seeking in common conference a way
jo enable the German manufacturers and
refiners to profitably refine foreign raw
In connection with the Standard oil
monopoly considerable rclieT has been given
"o the German trade by the Immense In
crcxe in the production of petroleum. At
Schnednlua, iu Gallcla, a petroleum well
was found early In September which rose
with such power that It flooded the. land
In the vicinity and bad to be closed nntU
the necessary pipes and tanks could be
got ready to receive the yield.
This week the shaft Vas reopened and
the well is now yielding 22,000 hundred
weight of crude petroleum daily. The
syndicate which is working the well cal
culates It Is capable of providing suf
ficient oil to supply the needs ot Austria
and leaving a balance for export large
enough to render American and Russian
.AST OF TIIK CONCEIITS.
Murine lUnd Sen-on Closed at the
White? Ilou-,e Grounds.
The last ot the open-air concerts by the
Marine Band was enjoyed by an immense
audience at tbe White House grounds yes
Besides the fact that it was to be the last
concert of the teason, the programme an
nounced was an extra inducement to war
rant the attendance of the large audience
which was present Trot. FanciuIH and
his excellent musicians were at their best
and the appreciation ot the immense au
dience was made manifest; by enthusiastfc
applause after each number
T,be programme contained Eeveral num
bers cf local composers, w blch called forth
roui.d after round of applause. Among
these were: "Sing Me a SoDg of Ilorue, by
Dr T. C. Calver, "Belle or Washington,"
march, by O J. Becker; "The Little
Princess" march, by A T Harris, and a
double number by Mr Elliot Woods.
Besides these was "A Day With Troop
A," by Prof. Fanciulli, a descriptive piece,
over which tbeaudience went wild and tried
very hard by euggestive applause to have It
repeated, tat the lateness of the hour pre
In addition to the numbers on the pro
gramme a medley of war songs and martial
airs, arranged by Prof. Fanciulli, was ren
dered. After the concert Prof, Fanciulli received
for theeuccessful conduct of the concerts and
the enjoyable entertainment they furnished
during the season.
GUIDE FLOHENCE ACQUITTED.
Xot Held Ite-iMnHt)le for the Denth
of Miclmel Dunn.
Oliver S.tFlorence, the city guide, was
on trial yesterday before Judge Miller,
on a charge ot assault upon Michael Dunn.
Michael Dunn was also a city guide,
and the two men bad a quarrel and Florence
struck Dunn across the bead with a cane.
Dunn was knocked senseless and carried
to the Emergency Hospitat. where he died
a couple of days afterward.
Florence was immediately arrested and
held to await the result of the coroner's in
quest. The inquest revealed the fact, how
ever, that Dunn died of delirium tremens.
Florence was then? released on bail, and
appeared yesterday, represented by Coun
sel John 11. O'Neil.
Several witnesses appeared to testify
that Dunn was in an abusive state ot mind
and pursued Florence for several squares,
and that when Dunn finally approached
Florence he struck him over the head three
Judge Miller listened to two or three
more witnetses, who all testified as to
Dunn's threats toward Florence, and then
dismissed the case.
To Leave for Texa.
Mr T. M.S.BowIc,ottheCentralMarket
branch of the Great Atlantic and Pacific
Tea Company, has been promoted by Gen
eral Manager Newton II. Bowman to the
management of the Fort Worth iTcx.) store
ot this company, in recognition of his
marked services It is rumored that he
will not make the long Journey alone, but
that a Joyous hymeneal event will precede
Look for King's Palace Great Fall Open
ing announcement In Monday's Times.
Dr. 0. J. CARLETON;
Do you begin to realize that you are not
so vigorous as formerly, have not the
old-time energy nor vitality, are losing
your grip, and lack the vim of other days
which enabled you to thrust trllles aside
and march onward to success? If so,
your proper course Is to consult Dr. Carle
ton. If you have Organic Weakness, Ner
vousness, Debility, Dimness of Sight, Self
distrust, Defective Memory, Varicocele,
Loss or Ambition, Lack of Energy. Tire
Easily, Gloominess, Despondency, Melan
choly. Backache, &c feel that life is los
ing" Its charms for you, don't waste pre
cious timt? consult Dr. Carleton: bis long
residence in this city and bis brilliant rec
ord of cures errectcd In apparently hope
less cases entitle him to your confidence.
Ulood and Skin Diseases. Syphilitic
Blood Poison, affecting the. Body. Throat,
Skin, and Hones, Mucous Patches In Mouth,
Ulcera. Sores, Warty Growths, Herpes,
Tumors, Piles, Ac, radically cured.
Kidney and Bladder Ailments, as Pain
ful. Dltncultv' Too F.rcquent, Milky, or
Bloortv Urine and all matters relating to
Urinary rassage, promptly cured.
728 Oth St. N. W.
REFUSED TO MARRY HER
Miss Susan E. Blanohard Sues Con
tractor Frederick J. Lung.
She Wants StO.OOO for Breach of
rroml-.e Employed ut tho Gov
ernment Printing Office.
Miss Susan E. Blancbard, a young lady
of four and twenty, employed in the Gov
ernment Printing Office, by her attorney,
Campbell Carrtngton, yesterday filed
suit for breach of promise against Fred
erick J. Lung, a contractor ot Tatoma.
The young lady came to Washington sev
eral ruontbs ago rrom a little Maryland
town. She was a member of the Presby
terian Church, and a constant attendant
upon its services.
When Mr. Lung proposed to her, sbestaies.
she wrote home to her paslor. and now has
a latter In ber possession addressed to
herself and thebusbandsheexpeUed toget,
from the pastnrcongralulatlng both
The declaration filed yes terday by the pa
tltionei said that "the plaintiff and de
fendant had agreed to marry one another
and reasonable time for the marriage has
elapsed and though the plaintiff has been
ever willing aut- reudy et the ilefendanc
has neglected and refused to marry."
Then tho darker side of tbe picture is
turned, and tbe petltion'er relates that
she had lived with the defendant at his
pretty home In Takoma for some time
post, and now she begged of him to wed
her to save her from disgrace.
She said that Mr. Lung had openly and
repeatedly told other-persons that they
were to be married, but that now he comes
and says he never intended to marry her.
The reason for his change of mind. Miss
Blancbard said, is because his sisters op
pose the match.
The youinr womanstatcs that heronly de
sire was to maintain her Rood name, and
that the husband might Immediately sua
for divorce it he would agree to the per
rormance or tbe marriage lercmony
To her entreaties, she said, the defendant
told her if she had any redress to seek It.
Miss Blanchard estimates the wrongs and
injuries done her to be worth $10,000 dam
ages. Xew Lodire Orjmnlzed.
Columbia Lodge, No. 1, or the Ordender
Hermanns-Sochne, a German beneficial
association, has been organized in this
city by the national snprcmc president,
Mr. Tanl Gebliard. of New Haven,. Conn.
The following officers have been installed
for the ensuing yean E WaJdecker, ex
presldenU Gustavo Bender, president;
B. F. Schubert, vice president; J. A.
Schnerger, secretary; Charles Mueller,
Snide; Gottlieb Ueilmann. Inner guard,
and Jacob Krcls, outer guard.
A Thriving Business.
One of tbe best appointed and most en
terprislng business bouses In lids city is
Messrs H Frledlander & Brother, of Ninth
and Estrects. It must be thewonderfulbar
gains they tell that always keep them busy,
for it impossible to go Jcto the store w ithout
finding them doing a lively business It
would be bard to find a completer or better
stock In gents' furnishings or clothing than
tbey carry, or to meet with more courteous
treatment than they accord to their cus
tomers. The Musical Effects
mat vaii uc uiuugut m
out on the 1
Kimball Pianos ' I
are- ranch finer much ranro X
satisfying than those that y
can be brought out on ony .a
other instrument. The Ktm- T
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All tho Latest Sheet Music
I1IO FSt. N. W.
Absolute? Painless Dentistry.
STOP In some time
vben you're down
town and let us care
fully examine your
teeth. We make no
charge for such serv
ice, nor tor approxi
mating; tho cost ot
putting them In good
r" . condition. All opera-
tlons are skiUfnlly
., and absolutely pain
50 cents. -
Evans Dental Parlors,
1217 Penn. Avenue N. "W.
We make a specialty of BRIEF riUNT-
LN'Q .for Lawyers. Can do It (rolcker and
better than most printers.1 Try us.
McCILL & WALLACE. Printers.
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