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THE MOBJNTENG- TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1895.
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1 Frizette Trilby. Mohair Faconne. Plaid D'Londres.
A fancy fabric we show Not to mention Mohair Fa- A new conceit in plaids,
for the first time this conne would be doing-the reader made of silk and wool, the
week. All the beautiful an injustice, as they are des- ground resembling- the fa
fall colors and is bound to tined to acquire as important a mous Gros D'LondrcsSilk.
be one of the popular position in this season's demand All the beautiful color
rough fabrics. 40 inches as any foreign novelty seen in combinations shown. 40
i wide $1.25 yard. our collection. 46 inches wide. inches wide, $ 1 .25 yard.
, $1.75 yard.
Scotch Tweeds. Mohair D'Ecosse.
This fabric is another I ftKlCPJIPPU ft RDfl Thi3 is a bewitching
gem of fashion that will LnllOfiJUltUn W UllUl material. Comes from
' figure very prominently in Scotch looms and is bound
' fall fabrics, all silk and on Ary, aoa aoa 74-1, Qf to be a leader in fashiona-
' wool. 41 inches wide. 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. Me fabrks 40 inches
i $1.25 yard. wide $1.00 yard.
1 Zibeline Plaid. GRAND DISPLAY Gauffre Fantaisie.
1 OF '. '. .
i Another new produc- ttai i AMn W1MTPR This fabric is very
tion. Has a net-work of rrtLL rtlNLJ wmicn rough, but in conscrva-
1 Mohair, all the rage for DARIQ i OMnOM tive colors very rich; only
i waists. Beautiful color- ' ""ia L-IMNLH1N to j,e seen ere, positively
blends shown. 40 inches K11- AnirDirAM exclusive. 48 inches
1 wide $1.00 yard. AND AMERICAN ide $1.50 yard.
Raye Hirondelle. NOVELTIES Mohair Ondule.
1 This is a multi-colored IN WOOL, and A true exemplification
I material, very sightly, tirtrkl nrl AirkUAlTD of French textorial art.
, Their quality and beauty WUUL ano 'VlUrmiK An ultra-fashionable fab
will make them rapid sel- rncoc rrrnQ r'c" -AH the, new colors in
I sers. 44 inches wide. . UntlOO ijLUJDo. these. 40 inches wide.
I $ 1 .25 yard. " $ 1 .25 yard.
Boucle Deux tons. Drap Acier. Boucle En-Carreau-
i One of the real' tony Imported and really a marvel A really swell fabric,
rough materials, very at- of beaut'. All the popular The marked popularity at
tractive. Will be a leader colors, such as Red and Black, tained by this weave indi
I in fashionable fabrics. Green and Black, Brown and cates its leadership. All
' All colors. 40 inches Blue, and Blue and Black. See color combinations. 40 in
wide $ 1 .25 yard. them. 44 in. wide $ 1 yard. ches wide. . $ 1 .50 yard.
OUT OF TOWN PEOPLE CAN ORDER BY MAIL.
Your wants are just as carefully taken care of as if you came in person.
nsburh & Bro.i
Only the Newest Creations in Dress
420, 422, 424 & 426 7th St.
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tf ell ALEXANDRIA HAITENIXGS.
BACK FROM HIS SKYLAND
Artist Eeaton Has Eetarned to the
City for the Winter.
Gen. Horatio C. Klng'H Daughter to
MoMurrled to Mr.Cle, eland I-ltch-Held
by Iter. Lyiuun Abbott.
Mr. A. O. Ucaton has returned from his
summer "home at Skyland, Ya.
Mrs. Herbert 8. Owen, who liaa been In
tho city attending the 8tockbrldj;e-Von
Uodenstine weddlnjr, will return to her
home In New London, Conn., to morrow.
Mr. William Bromweil, ot Johns Hop
kins Unlwrsitr. Baltimore, is vislUng in
Mrs. John F. Kelly, ot 1G-1G Sixth street
northwest, and her eon, Frank A. Kelly,
are the quests ot Mr. and Mrs. Bonneville
at Fort Monroe.
Mrs. Margaret Cameron has returned
from u visit to Yonktrs Tark, where she
was the guest ot Mrs. Andrew Dow.
Miss Ida Itoselle Garrett, ot No. 708 F
ttri-et northeast, has returned arter a de
lightful sojourn in the mountains of
Pennsylvania and at Cdi May.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. North are much im
jinned in health and will remain until
October in NewvYork.
Miss Mary Denton and Miss Helen Tart,
of Cranford, N. J., who have been visit
ing Miss Leila Mechlan, of 3020 Cam
bridge Place, West Washington, -will leave
for home to morrow.
Mr. SI. R. Latimer, the well known auc
tioneer, who has- been ill with tyjibold.
has recovered and is now at his place of
The Duke of Slarloorough, be
fore starting for New l'ort, ppr
chased in Itegent street Jewelry cost
ing ocr 20.000. The announcement of
his engagement to Sliss Consuelo Vander
bllt sufficiently explains thU expenditure.
Count Malapiua, of the Italian em
bassy, who mines to tliU country as the
successor of the Slarquls linperiale, sailed
for New York Wednesday, and will ar
rive In Washiugton October 4.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Newton Morrison and
their Utile con, Donald, who have been
spending the summer at lliverdale. will
return to this city to-morrow. Mr.andMrs.
Morrison have taken an apartment nt the
Concord, and will lie there for the season.
Have you bought them yet? Why
not consult with us about them, while
we are still in a position to sell you
the best of Footwear at less than 50
cents on the dollar?
Lasted a long time, this sale, hasn't
it? But then it takes some little time
to get rid of a $20,000 stock of
And if you can save a dollar or
two on your Fall Shoes you won't be
kicking because you are still in time,
STOLL'S "810" 7th St. N. W.
TOO I.ATn rOIt CLASSIFICATION.
FOR RENT"1I,l,"nllsl'cl1' 3 .large
rooms, 2 being front, with heat, water
on 8am floor; refs. required; second rioor;
price. $10. 821 PUi st. my. se2 ' U
FOR RENT Three large communicat
ing rooms, 2 being front, with water,
etc.. on same floor; no children; refs re
quired; price SIC 729 7th 6t. nw.
WANTED-A good bushelman to alter
loihlug; Meady position to right man;
no others need npply; apply to morrow bet.
tween 9 nnd 10 a. m. SHTCHULL BROS.
A CO , 40r 7lu St. nw.
HMK. ROTSTON. Benuty Special
Jst, 004 12th St. nw.; all blemishes re
moved, wrinkles absolutely effaced, and
complexion made perfect; no pain, no
polwus; consultation free, daily 10 to 12
and 2 to D, except Sunday. seSO-lino
TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION".
GERMAN LESSONS- Natural
niutioii: progress guar.iuleed; 52 per
ninnlh. lOlti 14lh M. nw. sc23 -3t
FOR SALE-Store fixtures: will sell
i heap if s-old by October 1; also a
large double oter r.UKC. with lioiler
and pipe connection; used onlv one Fea
ou: cost 5123; will take $35. 3320
Mil. nw. it
CHANCE for a huetler; grocery and
jirowion store; nice stock, fine loca
tion; long lease if desired. Apply at cor.
10th and Ksts. nw. se28-2t
FOR SALE-Book and Job office;
good location and coed business;
price. $700. Address I'KINTEH, tail
WANTED-To hear from gent or lady
wuh Slou or so to invest in smallcom
pany to play through Pa.; one to play part
or pinno preferred; balarrc ot cipltalal
readv. Call or address KDGAR.BlXLEn.
105 2d st. nw.. between 9 and 12a.m. It
lo find a good business location tf you
are seeking one. We'll help yon sell your
business location if you want to sell it.
We are constantly in communication with
both buyers and sellers, and thus are able
to promptly bring about the desired and
wished for results. List yourproperty with
os at once. T. O. ANDERSON & CO.,
Real Estate and Business Exchange.
807 Q tt. nw.
Col. Frederick Ainsworth, who spent last
reason at the Concord, will take a house
for this winter.
Senator John W. Daniel nnd family, who
haeraadcthclr home for the past few years
at their country Ecat near Lynchburg, Vs.,
will return to their retidence. No. 1700
Nineteenth street, for the season.
The wedding ot Miss Clara King, daugh
ter of Ge9.Horatio C.King, of Brookljn, to
Mr. Cleveland Litchfitld, will take place
quietly in Brooklyn Thursday evening
next at the home of the bride. Dr. Lyman
Abbott will officiate on the occaon. Miss
King and her sisters are social favorites
In Washington, nnd the fact of the
engagement of Miss King has been known
here since ner debut last winter.
The announcement Is made of the engage
ment of Commander R. SI. Berry, U. S. N.,
to Stiss nrady, of Detroit, Mich. The
marriage will take place at Detroit October
The British minister will leave Newport
Monday for Ottawa, returning to Washing
ton November 7.
SHss Slaoel Stewart has returned to the
city after n tenson of gaiety at Halifax,
Miss Catherine Penelope Carter and Rev.
Harrah M. Reed will lie married Wednes
day, October 9, at 10 o'clock, at Grace P.
E Church, corner Ninth and D streets.
Miss Florence Josephine rarnsworth has
relumed to the city after six months
travel in Europe.
Col. John T. Brady and family have
returned to the city from Washington
Grove,.Md., where they have spent the
Mrs. K. A. Donovan, of No. 904 F street
northwest, has' returned after a two
months' trip to Europe.
Assistant Secretary Adee, who has been
on duty all summer, actingg os Secretary ot
State, will leave Washington on a short
vacation to-morrow. He has accepted an
invitation to go on the trial trip ot the new
ocean liner, St. Panl, next week, which
will take place off the New Ei-gland coast.
Secretary Morton left here yesterday for
Athal, Macs., where, on October 1, he will
deliver an address before the Bay State
Agricultural Society. Gen. Hawley and a
number of the governors of New England
States are also expected to be present.
Keep In your mind the red, white and
blue label that stamps Chas. Schneider's
briad. Remember it when you purchase
the baker's product from your grocer,
and you will be rewarded by receiving a
loaf equal to the ones "mother used to
This bread stands on its own merits, is
pure and nutricious, and lacks that doughy
taste so often perceptible In baker's bread.
Chas. Schneider's bakery is 413-41B I
street northwest, and the bread is for sale
by all grocers. The best recommendation
an article can have is its steady sale.
Chas. Schneider's bread is delivered daily
to grocers throughout the city, and many
private residences are supplied direct from
the bakery. Orders are steadily increas
ing, and nothing but praise meets it every
where. There is positively no sense In
wearing out body and soul doing baking
for a family at home when better results
at less cost can be "had from the profes
sional baker. XHE HOUSEWIFE.
It is reported here that Judge Grins ey
ot Culpeper county, will enter the list
as a candidate for the JJcruotratio nomi
nation for the House of Iteprcsculatbes,
and his friends are now engaged in a
quiet canvass Tor him. They say that
culpeper county has not had a man in
Congrefs for many jears, and Kuril is
now time It had one. The fight in the
convention will be'a hot one, as It. Wal
ton Jioore, of Fairfax, and Representa
tive 1). E. Meredith, both strong men In
the District, are after the place. Ji'dge
Griniley's entering the rigul makes me
naming of the man who will git it all
the more uncertain, aud it now looks as
If the tighlb district was about to lawe
a repetition or the Lee Hume flghl of
eight j ear sago. , ,
ihe survivors of the Eighth- Virginia
Regiment, C. S. A., whlcu gained the
victory at Ball's Bluff, Louuun couuly,
in October. 18C1, will, on the 21sl of
thN moiitii, have a grand reunion on the
battle groJud. Prominent speakers will
Trinity SI. E. Church Sunday-school will
have a reunlou of all its former teachers
and pupils m the Suudjy-school room this
afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
The Itejrtiulkan executive committee of
Fairfax county. Job Huwkhurst, chair
man, has called a mass niceilng or the
Republicans of Fairfax, at the court house
ou Octolier 7rfor the purpose of nominat
ing a candidate for the house cf uelegales,
to oppose Mr. Joseph N. William, aud
alio in take action In protest of the present
Walton election law.
Mr. hjmondj, the manager of tbeNational
Watchman, the I'opullst organ published
in this city, against which suits lave
lieen entered bj ine employes for back sal
ary, etc , has promised the men to settle
with them lor wages in rull on Mouday
next. The paper's tuture Is very doubtrul,
though It is thought it will be kept running
through the present campaign.
The plans lor the work of rebuilding
the ileiiioilHt .Lpiscopal Cnurcli. aoulh, in
this city hate been completed, but belore
the work Is begun the money ncceisary to
pay lor it must be in the hands of Ihecom
inlitee having it In charge. The collections
now amount to about 12.000, and it Is
expected that before spring opens the en
tire ib,oou needed will nae been ob
tained. The Democratic county convention of
Fairfax county. In session at Fairfax Court
House, jesteiday unanimously renomi
nated the Hon. Jo-wph E. Wlllanl lor the
lower branch of the State legislature.
Mr. Wlllard has already represented Fair
lax cciiuty for two term in the house of
delegates, aud his name was mentioned as
a candidate lor the Male. senate, but he
refused to opHse Capt. Mushbach.
The police oiriclals here hae tn-cn asked
to look out lor bucrwood bkinner, of
rctersburg, and Jonn coulll.ill, o Amelia
county, who made their escape from the
reformatory Institution at Glen Allen some
Itev. O. W. Given, of Louisville, Ky.,
will conduct the services in the Washing
ton Street Baptist Church to-day.
KENSINGTON NEKS 1TE.MS.
Mrs. S. C. Mitchell, formerly of Keaslng
ton Heights, has been islting friends
Rev-. James T. Marshall will preach this
morning at the Warner Mimorial I'resby
tennn church, on Progress." A special
feature will be a solo by Miss Anna Wil
son, of Washington. Mr. Percy Foster
will lead the evening Christian Endeavor
Mr. Edward Lavvlon has been visiting at
the home of Mr. Frank Hardy.
A "mother's meeting" was held on Thurs
day afternoon at the nomeof Mrs. Herbert
W. Lewis. This club was organized a
month ago in Forest Glen among the
mothers of that place, Kensington, and
Linden. The meetings will hereafter be
held in Kensington. A paper v. lis read
uy -urs. Lewis as imrouuciory to me siuuy
ot Kouiscan's "Emlle." The next meetlnsr
will be held on thearternoomr Octbeor 10,
at Mrs. Lewis residence.
Miss Elolsc Baker, ot Bethesda, is speed
ing n fortnight in Baltimore.
The wedding of Mr. John Bowman nnd
Miss Rosa Loveit, iHith of vvhealon. tiot
place at fet. Paul'o M. E. Church on
Wednesday evening at 7:30, Rev. R. M.
Mr. Charles Coupard. ot Kensington
Heights, had n valuable horse stolen from
hi premises a few days ago. No trace of
the thief has been found up to the present
J. Cnufman was arrested la Anacostia
yesterday and turned over to the Maryland
authorities. His arrest revealed an inter
esting account of tits o"capefromJuKticesome
time ago. Canfman was under arrest in
Prince George count, charged with coal
mining an assault witn intent to km George
Talberu.a prominent resident of theeoonty.
Caiifmnu was arraigned before Justice
Roberts and by a great deal of smooth talk
induced thecouuty magistrate to release him
on his recognizance while he obtained se
curity. J Uf.l ice Roberts granted the request
and Canfman male good u-eot his time by
crocking the Marl.ind line into An.icostla
and keeping in hiding. A w eel: or so passed
by and 'Stpilre Roberts came to the town
and secured theaid of thepohee, Caufman
will be confined in the jail at Marlboro
pending bis trial.
Mr. W. C. Van Hoy, of Fillmore and
Washington streets, has Joined his lamiiy,
who are at Colonial Ueacb.
Mrs. Sadie Poates, of Adams and Wash
ington streets. Is at Colonial Ueacb.
The new sewer which was obtained
for Washington street between Adams and
Taylor, through the efforts of Health In
spector IleaumonX, has been completed.
Upon the recommendation of Mr. Beau
mont the dump nt Lincoln street has beta
declared a public place.
Permit" have been granted for two new
dwellings on Jackson street.
Mr. Theodore Usher, who has been ill,
Knlslits) of tlio Golden Eagle.
The eighth annual session or the Su
preme Castle, K. G. E., will convene In
Washington, D. C, October 8 and con
tinue in session until all business which may
come before It Is finished. The order in
Washington Is represented by six subor
dinate lodges, three temples (hulics de
gree), all under the Jurisdiction of the
Grand Castle of the District of Columbia.
There are also two commanderies of the
military branch, America and Potomac.
Officers of the Grand Castle are: Grand
chief, II. T. Adams; grand vice chief. C.
Kattleman, jr.; grand master of records,
George A. Warren; grand keeper of ex
chequer, Charles II. Baumnn; grand high
priest. A. Worsu: grand Blr herald, J. E.
Toone; supreme representative, E. L.
Licenses to marry have been issued as
Felix Ochring and Hclma Gehrke, of
George H. Thomas and Frances Wash
ington. Charles Brashcars, of Alexandria county,
Virginia, and Maria M. Lucas.
Hotel Johnson Cafes.
Oysters, steamed oysters, half shell oys
ters, broiled, roast, stews, etc High grade
only. Lifetime experience. Ladles' and
gents cafe, Thirteenth street front stair
way and elevator. '
2 We asl: this reDcatedlr. because serious
diseases often follow trifling ailments. S
If yon arc weak an &
generally exhausted, Z
ncnous, have no S
appetite and can't 2
-work, begin at once
taking Ice most re-
medicine, which is
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Benefit comes from m
the eiy first dose. S
Dyspepsia, Kionit and Liver
0 Constipation, Itipunc Blood. G
Malaria, Nervous Ailmlnts,
SJ Women's Complaints.
Get only the genuine it lias crossed red J
lines on the wrapper. J
S BROWN CHEMICAL CCX BALTIMORE, MK 5
m - K&soff ajS4r
there'll be beauty and danitiness
and millinery loveliness enough
here to-morrow for every lady in
Washington to revel in. Rare, in
deed, is the display that awaits your
critical gaze, and wonderful the va
riety. We lay Paris, London, and
New York at your feet. We' force
your recognition of our pre-eminence
our supremity in millinery.
We know you are critical. Come
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314 arid 31e5
EMRICH. Bl Remember
Ladies are often
sorely puzzled how
to vary the menu of"
their tables the
season will soon be
here, when it is hard
to get a variety of
Nowhere in the
city can you find
such a variety as at
our -stores. "We
make a specialty of
keeping the finest
ble, and all kinds of
fruits in season.
ATelephone orderwill recelT.
carefnl attention, and purchases
aro alirays Uellrered prompt!.
EMRICH BEEF CO.
Jlalo Market '306-1312 Bid Street S. W.
Telephone 347. Branch Martets 1711
14th 81. nw; aw lUhet. nir; Sth and U
ets nw; 3057 31 sl on; .Tst and K sis. nT
J15 Ind. Ave. nw. Sth and I uts. n w; Jth
sadists, nw; 31th ac and 1'a. Are an
13tL sl and N. Y. Are. nw.
which we hac been usln;
lately for our windou dis
play lime become slishtly
disflcurcd from the effects
or the sun shinlnc on tho
garnish. The arc perfect
on the interior and haca
magnificent tone. The reg
ular price of the instrument
is S.I 50. but xvc "ill ranko a
special "drlte" with them
each. Remember, they aro
fully warranted for sis
years. IJoth have the third
or lock pedal.
Terms The easiest
J 925 Pa. Ave. 925 Pa. Ave. J
STOLEN-One surety bicycle: Elt. No.
liti: information will lc rewarded.
BEX DAKEN. Cycle EldiiiS School, 13tli
and X Y. nTo. It
Look for King's PalrreGrcat Fall Open
ing announcement In Monday's Times.
Where you can get the
greatest bargains In
In this city.
Wo mean Just what we say.
Come and bo convinced.
HOUSE FURNISHING STORE,
512 9th St- N. W.
We're going tosell
a LIMITED number of
Beautiful High Back
Oak Rockers two dif-
f erent patterns one has
solid shaped wood seat
g the other a cane seat
the price for choice
H as long as they last
SS will be
$ There isn't a dealer in
"Washington ourselves in-
eluded who can BUY them
at this price. "We don't be
SS lieve that there'll be one of
them left by 11 o'clock to
?? morrow morning-. Do jou
$ WANT one it'll pay you
to come down town a little
EARLIER than usual.
"" T"b " "" A Mr
619-821-823 7fli SL I. W.
? Between H and I Sts.
t" I E ItTAKE H s-
zirsi class sezTlca. I'nonsissx
O'SULUVAX-On Friday, September
27, 1695. nt 11.30 a.m.. KodJerO'Snllivan,
aseil twenty-two years, a native of Bally
longford. County Kerry, Ireland.
Funeral will take plaiv from his oonsln's
resldcm-e.DavldO'Snlllvan.No 109 II street
nortlieast, to-day at 8.J0 a. in. Kritud
and rcLitlve are respeitfully InTlted to at
CORR1DON On Saturday, September 28,
at 11:30 p.jn., I'tilllip, aged one yearang
six months, at No. 62 II st- ne.
Notice ot funeral in Monday's paper.
R0LLIX8 In lovlns remembcrancc ot
my sister Jnnie A. Kolllns. who died onf
year ao to-day, Sept. 29, 1894.
Her busy tiacds- sj-f folded. '
' Her work on earth is done.
Jlor trials are all ended, .
llerUeavenly crown Is won. !
BY HEll SISTEE SOPHIA,)
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