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THE -AIOBNING TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER -7, 1895.
I Lansburgh&Broa j
The Phoenix Silk Manu
facturing Co. (Messrs.
Groff & Co., selling
agents) sell annually their
rufnr-nrnHiinUnn nf" nljf!
tion. These sales attract f
the buyers of the largest 9
houses everywhere; first
ly, because the Silks are
reliable, and secondly
because they are sold
honestly below the price.
These are a few that
AI1-31IK b'acV Su
ran. Worth 625
All-sl.k black satin
75c yd. For
All-silk Armuro In
all now ovonlnR
shades. Wort h75o
All-silk black Taf
fetas. Worth S5c
All-silk fancy Taf
fetas. Worth SI. 25
Al!-sllk black B-o-cades.
All-silk black satin
SI. 25 yd. For
All-silk satin Duch
6 9 Yd.
esse, 24 Inctios
wide. Worth S1.50
All-silk Peau de '
Sole (black). Worthff I OC
SI.63 yd. For.....t$l ,0 Yd.
We've always con
tended that vou had best
buy your Silks of reputa
ble firms. You really
don't know much of silks
we do. It is an import-
idllL pai L, Ui uui uuaiiicda(
and when you buy from
us you can buy with a
feeling of security, for we
stand ready to fulfill or""1
8th & Market Space.
Inch extra weight and qual
ity Black Satin Duchesse,
worth $1.50, to-day,
Best value ever sold.
. k Co.,
8th and Market Space.
Absolutely Painless Dentistry.
IIATEVEK the. necfl
of our teeth may be
we'll perform the
to better their condi
tion in nn absolutely
Then, too, tho work
will bo skilllully ana
ted. No lower char
ges than ours any
where Taluless ex
traction, 53 cents.
'Evans Dental Parlors,
1217 Penn. Ave. N. W.
470 4iii I'cniMylvjuiu avtuuo north--west,
nenr Gth strepu Business men's
lunch. 12 to 2 o'clock. 25c-: table d'hote
dinner. 4-au to 7:30 p.m.. 60c. oc23 .1m
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FRED SCHRADER PROMOTED
One of Washington's Newspaper
men Joins the Benedicts' Banks.
Ills Marriage- to Ml.s Mario II. llullcy
Celebrated lit tlio Home ot the
Miss llarle R. Bailey and Mr. Frederick
r. Schrader were injrrli.il yesterday after
iiounat 5 v'eloqk, at the Home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Uallcy, No.
721 ThiTd street northeast- llev. Dr.
I qtiarles A. Stakcly, of the First Baptist
Church, perlormed the ceremony in-iuost
Impressive style, the wedding inarches, by
ilendelsiohn and Wagner, being played
by Prof, 'fanclulli. The drawing-mums
were emuovirvd with palms, and lurttier
decorated with masses tit American Beauty
roses. The b'rfdaf pjirty stood in the iront
drawlu&-rooni, .near the wiudows, which
were screened with paunB and lerus, mak
ing an eifeutve background.
Uhe unue wore a jaunty tailor-made
costume i dark blue iloib, and a navy
biue tiat or l'arlsian make, trimmed with
go.d braid :iuil.iiuaies. i'ue O'upiepnguu-d
their truth, usiug a ring, ami the lather,
mother, and brother oi w, oride wt.ru
grouped near by. Mrs. t looked
extremely handsome In a ji silver-
gray ucngailnc, trimm. a passe
menterie, and wore a corsage uowiuet uf
La t rauce, roses.
Amoug the many friends present, who
extended their congratulation were Miss
Lofings gowned In white silk and luce,
crimsou roses; Miss Louise McKelden, white
organdie, with white satin nbbous, puik
roses; Miss Marie McKclden, white bro
cade, oiivc ilvct, and white roses; Miss
Funce, green silk and velvet; Miss Dal-
,rjmpCi Mraqd Mrs. R. E. Neale. Judge
uieiiienis, .air. .. uone, .Mr. i-iauue jjeuuc-ii,
-"7-and Mrs. Lamer, Mr, and Mrs. Willard
Ilolcombe, Mr.Farlee, Mrs. Stockbridgo, Mr.
and Mrs. Leiugbran, Mrs. Sargent Mr.
Livings, and Mr. Johnson.
Following their marriage Mr. and Mrs.
Schroder left immediately for a Southern
wedding tour, which will Include Atlanta,
Birmingham, andNew Orleans.
Tile bride Is a typical Southern girl,
with a tall, slender carriage, golden hair,
adn large gray eyes, and comes of a family
I distinguished for their wealth and active
part in the history of llie South. She
is a daughter of Mr. Edward Bailey, of
the Publication Division ot the .Agri
cultural Department, ami a niece of Cain.
A. B. S. Motley, of Rome, Ga., and of
lion, U. A. Moseley, one of the lxst known
politicians' in Alabama, who has fre
quently represented his State In national
eonventious. On her mother's side she
ll nlattd to-Thaddeus Stevens, Uaniel S.
Irfctlnson, and Commodore Stockton.
The groom Is connected with the Post.
and has written several successful plays.
Including an adaptation, "Nancy," now
performed by Fanny Rice. He has also
published a novel and is the translator of
Max Nordau's "Parisian Sketches," pub
lished some years ago. lie was manager
ot Pope's Thealer, St. Louis, and of
Tootle's Opera House, St. Joseph, antl for
five years was secretary of the board
of trade of St. Joseph, having left the news
paper business to accept the voluntary
orierot these places. Ills Sunday stories
for the Post have been read by a large
circle of Xastern readers.
Congratulations were received by tele
gram nnd letter from all over the coun
try. Gov. Morton, of New Turk, and his
daughter being among the friends who
sent written good wishes. The presents
were costly nnd numerous, indicating
plainly the esteem in which the bride and
groom are held.
Captain and Mrs. Frederick Tueger have
sent out cards for the marriage of their
daughter, Blanche Helena, to Lieutenant
Joseph E. Cusack, Fifth Calvary, U. S. A.,
Wednesday evening, November 20, at 8
o'llock, at St. Dominic's Church. This
will be one of tl.e smartest affairs of the
pea son, for nothing is more brilliant than a
military wedding. Lieut. Frederick W.
Fueger, Eighteenth Infantry, stationed
at Governor's Island, N. 1"., will be best
man on the occasion. The bride-elect
is tall, dark, and handsome, and quite a
favorite here, fcer father being stationed
at Washington Barracks. Lieutenant Cu
sack is now with his rtglment at Fort Mc
The marriage of Miss Julia Watkins,
daughter of Mr. Louis Watkins, to Mr. Wil
liam Prentiss, will occur Wednesday, No
vember 20, at noon, at Ascension Church,
N street, between.Twelfth and Thirteenth
Cards liav e been issued by Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Loughran, for the marriage of their
daughter, Mary Rof e, to Mr. James Edward
Duke, Wednesday, November 20, at St.
Matthew's Church, time high noon. Air.
and Airs. Duke will make tiieir home at
Mr. and Mrs. Americus Davis, have ent
out invitations for the marriage ot llielr
daughter, Jessie Latimer, to Air. William
Amaker Murray, of St. Matthew's S. C.
The wedding willoccurThurfday.November
11, at 8 o'clcck, at Mt. Vernon Place
M. E. Church South. A reception in the
parlor of the church, when the bride and
groom will receive the congratulations of
.friends, will follow the ceremony. Miss
Marie Latimer will attend, as maid of
honor; Mr. W. 8. Stamper, as lest man.
Messrs. James 8. McCarthy, Harry A. Lnt
rarr, Perry P. Patrick and Mr. Trank Lati
mer have been, chosen as ushers. Miss
Brownie anil Master Edwin Latimer will
Miss Edltll Woodward. No. 1925 N Street.
has issued invitations for an afternoon tea
and sale of fancy articles lo be held for
I I'lelK'tiefit of the "Lend a-IIand"onSiUur-'
day, November 9, from 3 to 8:30 o'clock.
Mrs. E. D. Baker has taken apartments
at the Richmond for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. George Lothrop Bradley,
who have lieen rpendine the season nt
Pomtrct, will return to their home, comer
Twenty first and P streets, December 15.
Counless Esterhazy lias, taken nn.irrmcnts
at the Everett for the winter. Her sister,
Mrs. Bo'lesr will occupy pimtmeuls In the
old Iiurnside mansion, on ITstreet. between
Eighteenth and Nineteenth.
Mrs. Shrlvcr and Mrs. Willuimson, of
No. 1714 II street northwest, who are
visiting Baltimore, are expected to return
Lieut- Hutchlns and Mrs. Hutcl.ins, ac
roinnaried by Mrs. Hartrey, have re rncd
from Euronu and are at the Bancroft.
Lieut, and Mrn. Ilutchhis will luive as
their finest very soon their talented niece, ,'
Miss Catharine Gordon, whose exquisite
voire nag aiiraraea sucn ravcrable criti
cism In Berlin..
I Mr. and Mrs. James 8arage, of No. 734
New Jersey a cnue north west, were given
a surprise parly Monday c cuing last, by
a number of their friends. Among those
who enjoyed the dancing, games and a
delicious supper -cre. Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence Stark, Mr. and Mrs. James 1'.
Bracken, of New Jersey; Misses Mamie and
Alice 'Wilson, Maria Long, Annie Mc
Cann, Lily Uojlan, Louisa Blhu, .Mamie
Satagc, Ella Cowan. Mary Engels, Mr.
I. Long, Will Wilson, Jame Benson, John
Murray, Frank Scott, Tony Smith, and
Masters James and George Saage.
"Miss Marie McCeney lias returned to
the city after a visit to Atlanta.
Senator and Mrs. George Fenbody Wet
more are at the Slioreliam and bare been
busily engaged for several days looking
for a suitable winter residence.
Gov. Alex. R. Shepherd and Mrs. Shep
herd are in the city, stopping at the Arling
ton. General A. W. Grecly Ieaes to-day. for
Brooklyn, N. 1, where he will lecture ou
Friday et cuius at Brooklyn Institute.
Mr. and Mrs. Itusli, of Uobokcn. N. J.,
are the guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Laurence
Gallagher, No. 413 G strict southeast.
A dinner of ten covers to as many friends
was given Sunday evening, by Mr.and Mrs.
Theodore lluysman, Jr., at their homo on
East Capitol street.
For the first time In years the hand
some house No. 1719 II street northwest,
the property of Madanre Padrosa, aud
formerly belonging to Mrs. Laughton,
Is being aired and arranged for occupancy.
Invitations have been Issued for u dinner
by Mrs. Audeuried, for a dinner to meet
the Argentina charge d'affalrs and Mrs.
Doniluguez Saturday night-
Miss Mary F. Lynch was married lo
Mr. Kobert F. Sehulz yesterday morning nt
St. Patrick's Church. The bride wore a
traveling gown of brown and carried
while chrysanthemums. Immediately after
the ceremony, which was performed by
Rev. Dr. Stafford, Mr. and Mrs. Sehulz
left for a trip to the North.
Miss Jennie L. Shrlvcr, of B street
southeast, Is visiting friends in ;Norrolk,
Mr. and Mrs. It. V. Poole arc traveling
South for the benefit of Mrs, Poole, who
thinks the air of the Florida coast will
restore her to her usual health. Later in
the season they will go to Asbeville, N.
C, where they will remain until the
Mr. ami Mrs. V. D. Hamlin are home from
their outing In the Allegheny Mountains.
Mrs. Margaret U. Outwrtl will not visit
Atlanta as she had Intended, but will
postpone her departure from Wash,
lngton until after Christmas, when she
will make one of a party going West, niere
she will make an extended visit with
Mr. John J nosklnsismaklngnn extended
, business trip throughout the South that will
prevent his reaching home In time to cele
brate the tenth anniversary of his mar
riage. The tin wedding reception, to
which invimtions have been issued, there
fore, will be postponed until Mr. Ilosklns'
Mrs. Waller Dlilcr, ot Romney. W. Vn.,
with her Infant son, Bernard Kcngla. Is
visiting her parents, Mr-and Mrs. Jacob
Kcngla, of No. 03 I street northwest.
Mrs. Arnold nnd her daughter. Miss Efflc
Arnold, are the guests of Mr. and Airs.
Edward Brooke, of Thirly-seciind street
Mr. E. C. Smith and family have?, re
moved from No. 15 H strtet northwest to
their new residence. No. 007 T street
The wedding of Miss Mary Louise Mac
Elwee and Mr. William Miller Cliirke, of
Denver. Col., occurred last evening at the
home of the bride. No. 1405 1-2 Fourteenth
street northwest. The ceremony took place
af T o'clock, Kev. Dr. Joseph T. Kelly, of
the Fourth Presbyterian Church, officiating.
The drawing room in which the
marriage was bolemnized was beauti
fully decorated with nalius and chrys
anthemums of every hue. The bride
wore a handsome gown of white
brocade, trimmed with embroidered chiffon
and accordon pleated mousseline de sole,
and carried crimson roses. Only relatives
und a few friends witnessed the ceremony.
Among those who look part la n reception
held from 8 to 1 0 o'clock, were; MissMagglc
B. Crawford, Messrs. James Carter, Robert
Forsythe, George Allen, Dr. J. J. Jtich
ardson. Dr. Perry, Mr. ami Mrs. Antenrelth,
Misses Anna IN'., Mabel aud Alaggie E.
Mr. and Airs Clarke will leave for their
future home in Denver, Col.. Thursday,
vislliug Chicago on their way West.
The home or Aliss MacElwee it known
as "Paradise Flats," being the apartments
of a number of bachelor maids: Misses
Elizabeth Wetherell, Marlon Thatcher,
Eliza Barker aud M. Belle Kinzie.
Rev. W. C. Mulhn, of No. 1429 Third
street uorthwest, was tendered an old
rashloned donation parly last night by the
members ot Ilamhne M. E. Church, which
prov ed a pleasaut occasion for both guests
Among (hose present were: Rev- Dr.
Todd, pastor of Ham line Church; Rev. Dr.
Wright and wife. Rev. P. A. Crist. Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Benton, Mr. J. W. Moyer aud
son. Miss Jennie Mickle. Mrs. N. W. Nash,
Mr. Ray Moulton, Miss Delia Mickle.
Mr.and Sirs. T. E. Roach, Mr. A. B. Thomas.
Mrs. E. P. Cook, Mrs. M. E. Bovven. Mr.
T. II. Martin, Mrs. M. A. Price. Air. and
Mrs. L I. O'Neal, Mr. D. C. Ueinohl. Mrs.
M. E. Dolan, Mrs. (loodell. Miss F. Rich,
Mr. T. B. Towner, Mrs. T. S. Ilnrsey and
son, Mr. E. D. Godfrey and wife. Mr. David
Patlou, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Gould. Mr.
W. F. Aldeu, Mr. and Mrs. r. P. Nash.
Mr. E. I. Booraeni, Airs. Bailey. Miss Red
key, Miss T. E. Polklnhorn and others.
Miss Marie MacNichol, daughter of Air.
Charles MacNicliol, ofNo. 105C street north
cast, was married last night to Mr. Dun-
-nil T. ltlrltnmtiil nt 1ha .!, Ti..
rarMimnv tm n.-rrnrmri e II... i,nn,n r
tile bride by Rev. W. E. Parson, pastor of
the Church of the Iieforniatlon.
The house was prettily decorated with
giant palms and chrysanthemums, and tho
march was pUjed by Mr. Sherman Fowler,
of Alexandria, Va. There were no at
tendants. The bride was daintily gowned In
white satin duchesse, trimmed with penri
passamenlcrle and chiffon and carried
Bride roses, ilea witli satin bows.
A recepUon followed tho ceremony, after
which Mr. and Mrs. Richmond left for
a bridal trip to the South.
Among the out of town relatives who
came on to be presentatthe wedding were
Misses Fannie and Alary MacNichol, Aliss
Carrie Bailey, Miss Elizabeth Clark, Air.
nnd Airs. Charles Clark, Mr. John Peterson
and Mr. Nelson Chestnut, all of Philadel
phia. The fortieth anniversary of the marriage
or Jlr. and Mrs. nenry K. Wiilard was
celebrated jesterday in their handsome
home. No. 1333 K strei t northwest. Mr.
iinil 1Yc Wiltrrt 'it.ar-n m.nlnfl n, 1l..
minster, Vt.. nnd among the guests of his
house yesterday were Air. Caleb c.Wjllard.
his groomsman, nnd Mrs. Albert Cliilds,
of Boston, maid of honor on that auspicious
The house was exquisitely decorated with
thorn on; we
sp:it or give
out at the
price Is only
LoiAre BIoub Go.,
palms and cut flowers last evening, and
small tauics w ere'sci Ihrougnout tuesuiie or
rooms, air. ami Mis'. ihuru tiiiertaininug
at a tard party .
Among inose who took rart were Mrs.
A. ii. t-iiiica, Mr. c. u. Awuaru, .mis- W.
a. inoiiipsou, .anss 'xhompson, Mr. W.
lievcrioge, Mr. anu Mts. J. Ju. Gale, Judge
aim aiis. tveiuon, Mr. aud Airs. Ii. i. Lui
neti. Air. anu" Mrs. K. H. liaj, Mr. . T.
iiiugnuiu, Air. and Mrs. Parker Mann, Dr.
J. U . alia w, Mrs. Ilonicr, Mr. Quuikiuousu
Airs, wiuard wore a lecomlng evming
gown and u necklace or pearls which Lau
ivfun'u pun oi icr wccuiLg una), us it
had of her mother's.
Miss Ilaitie Morrow and Mr. Lincoln L.
Piusuagle were married last evening, at
i-piii.ui; i'. K. vuutta, itev. lir. itan
doiph ilcKlm oifltlaung. 7hc brice was
attended by Misses cronicu and Marie
Statrord, and the wedding marches played
bj Mr! C. Leighler, organist.
Huston und Baltimore Society Wan
Baltimore, Md.Novv-4 Miss Katharine
MeLanu Tiffany! daughter of Dr. Louis
McLane Tiffany, of Baltimore, was mar
ried to day to M r. Gordon Abbott, ot Boston.
GraceP. E. Church, wherein the ceremony
was performed, was handsomely dee-orated
with flowers and -plants rur the occasion.
The edifice was thronged with the rela
tives aud friends ot the families or the
bridal couple, which Included many so
ciety people of Baltimore, New York, nnd
Boston, when Rcvi 'Arthur Chlllou Powell
pronounced them man and wife.
Messrs. Whitney, Lane, Wyeth.and Adams,
of Boston, and Dr. Bowcn, of New York,
came over witli Mr. Abbott and served as
ushers. Aliss Tiffany, of New York, and
Miss Gibson, of Boston, were among the
bridesmaids. Miss Madclene Jackson, of
Boston, was maid of honor.
Miss Tiffany entered the church with her
father, by whom she vvasgiven away at the
altar, whercshe was met by Mr. Abbott and
his next best man, his broUier, Mr. Walter
There was no breakfast after the wed
ding, owing to the mourning ot the groom.
Mr. Abbott entertained h Is ushers at supper
last evening at the Alaryland Club.
After a wedding Journey Mr. and Mrs.
Abbott will live In Boston, where they have
taken apartment! on Commonwealth ave
nut. Murrlai; I.Ummwph.
Licenses to marry were Issued yesterday
to the following:
James W. HowdersheU and Alaggie Knott.'
William A. Crcvellng and Margaret E.
Higglns. of II,, nnt Jackson, Va.
Tnomas I). Wchh. of Port Tnh.-ii-m s.r,i
Land Kate Hj Walsh.1 5u.
Llne-oln L. JMtsni-gle and Hattle Morrow.
James Lodard aim' Lillian M. I)u Vail.
William AliiliT .Clark, ,f n,nv,, ra
anrfMary Louisa McKlwee.
John T. Tlnney nnd Annie Douglass.
John M. Lung and Mary A. Doran.
Alexander Reynolds and Elizabeth Free
man. John Fortune and Pinkey Coleman.
Duncan L. Richmond and Marie J. Mac
Michal. George T. Queen arid JeanetteRit hards.
Birnette 'ttalz and Nannie Fisher.
Chester Green and. Ella Rlthardson.
John Darwin lugalts and Alberta Teresla
W. D. Coffman and Ella Hoffman, of
Washington county, Md.
Allien Vernon Dickinson and Jessie Inez
James Payne and Hattie Slmms.
Frederick F. Scbrader, ot St. Joseph,
Mo, and -Marie B.r Bailey.
George W. Kittler and Alary AnneCurrcy.
John II. AlacDin nnd M. L. Lewis. ,
TAK0MA I'AKK NOTES.
Dr. E. B. Bliss has returned to the Park
and is occupying his former home oil Maple
Air. Thomas Doran and family returned
Saturdiy from an extended visit to relatives
Mr. George Garrett, of Falls Church,
is visiting Mr. Fred Perkins.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dyer have re
turned to their winter home in Washing
ton. Mr. W. H. Pope has accepted the posi
tion of private secretary to Justice White,
ot the United States Supreme Court, and
has decided to remove to Washington for
Miss Helen Walsnilth entertained a few
of her young friends on Monday, the oc
casion beiug I'er sKth birthday anniversary.
Those present were Leona Bnrnitz, Verna
Watkins, Sarah Watkins. Eva Lewis,
Cliarline Brown, Louise Follnier. Editli
Campbell, of Takoma. nnd Hazel and
Imogeue Graham, of Washington.
The Alisses Bell have returned home after
an absence of several months ,hut not to
stay, as they intend going abroad for the
winter, sailing on the lCth proximo.
Mr. Arthur Bache nnd f.tmilv, after
speuding the summer in the Park, where
they owu a home on Montgomery avenue,
have returued to Washington for the
Rev. Mr. Bennett, of Elizabeth. N. J.,
was the guest of Rev. John Van Ness on
The weekly Methodist prayer meetings
which were discontinued during thespcci.il
services at the Presbyteriau Church, were
resume-d Monday evening at the home
ot J. Vance Lewis.
GOOD THING FOB THE HEIRS.
Air. Harrison S. HarbourV Mnnajie
nient of Ills FiUlicr'H Estate.
Air. Harrison S. Barbour, in ills account
as administrator of the estate of his father,
James L. Barbour, deceased, shows that
his management of the property has netted
a haudsome profit to the heirs. His ac
count was .filed jesterday with Auditor
The figures show thnt Mr. Barbour re
ceived from all sources property and cash
of the total value by iaventory of $530,
835. He has disbursed partly to the
next of kin, $398,435, leaving a balance
of 130,049, which he nas recently tunica
over to John A. Hamilton as administrator,
under order of court.
The assets of the firm of James L. Bar
bour & Son, on February 3. 1894. when
James L. Barbour died, were S470.281,
while the liabilities were $149,9487leav
ing a balance of $320,334. On May 10,
1895, when Mr.Barbour turned his father's
interest over to Mr. Hamilton, Uie assets
were 5435,903; liabilities, $97,254; lial
nnce, $338,049, showing a gain in the
firtcen months of $18,315. This, too,
was at a time when every large business
In Hie country was feeling the effects of
the most serious depression known In half
In addition the. hpprnlscment of goods
when the estate wds turned over to Mr.
Hamilton, was upon the actual rrlce at
which goods could b(j sold, while the valu
ation when Mr! Bi'fbour took hold, on
February 3, 189i.'was at the cost. As
the purchase of much of the stock was
made upon a fallingmarket, and as there
Is necessarily In any big business much old
stuff that Is worth much less than it cost,
this difference raajccs'lhe actual gala much
larger than shown. f
Mr. Barbour estimate's the loss In the
figures by this difference In valuation, nt
$15,000. This would make his total gain
for the estate nearly $35,000. This Is
8 per cent, on tho amount Invested.
M jf w
J f A
kiku a rii-ct
is this great Cloak and Coat
sale of ours newest styles ele
gant qualities and prices at fig
ures that were never known be
fore. $5, $6, $7 and $8 Coats and
4 and 6-button effects. In
plain beavers and fancy
cloths black, blues,
brOWnt-nlnln fur- s.nH la.
trlmmal9len fr. n n r, ... -. . MA
plush capos at 4)0,00
$15 to $18 value, $10.98.
whorumbo Beavers, Ker
seys, etc.. In ladles' and
nns.ea' garments- plain
and rough effects. Tno Pin 00
great sale price Is vlU.30
Other styles and qualities too
numerous to mention at unheard-of
812 and 814 7th St N. W.
715 Market .Space.
SO pairs of White and Gray
Blankeis. Actual value tl..
175 pairs of 1M Heavy
Blankets. Usual price S1.5U..
50 pairs 11-4 extra Iarsre Imi
tation of California Blankets.
5 pairs fine Wool Blankets,
elig btly soiled. Actual value
S3, S4. and $3. All to go at....
21 pairs of the very flnest
All-wool California iilankeis.
lOu Mnglo Bed Comforts,
75 Large DouMe Bed Com
forts. Worth $1
806 Seventh St. N.W.
1 924-1 926 Penna. Ave.
Mary Custus Lee division of the Daugh
ters or the Confederacy had a called meet
ing at the residence of M is Rebecca Powell
on Queen street, jesterday etenlng. to
take action in the nature of a protest
against the doings of the convention of the
Daughters, whlcn was called at Lynchburg
a day or two ago, in violation of the
provisions of the constitution. There was
only a small numtter of the ladles present,
6o no action was taken.
Kcprcscntattves of the different divisions
of the Daughters in the State met in confer
ence hero sometime ago, and organized a
state body. It is understood that at this
meeting there was considerable Irictlou
among the iliffereut chapters, but the or
ganization was completed by the election
of a Lynchburg lady as president. The
members of the Lynchburg division went
home from the Alexandria meeting and
last week called another convention, with
out giving the thirty days' notice, and
proceeded to elect a new set of officers,
ignoring the existence of the Mary Custus
Lee dhision. It was to protest against
this treatment that yesterday's meeting
There is not an oyster vessel lying at any
f the whares here, nor has one arrived
since Saturday hist. Reports frum the
lower rUcr say that oysters are very
carce, aud the local dealers are nearly
all sold out, so that au oyster raralne Is
M rs. Lizzie Arnold appeared at the police
station yesterday and swore out a warrant
for ihearrest other husband, Bobert Arnold,
whom she charges Willi having beaten
tier. Arnold was arrested and lucked up
The war against persons doing business
irltliout a license has lieen begun. Yester
day afternoon one of the police officers
6Wore out a warrant for the arrest of
Allien Dnefus, who keeps a grocery anil
provision store on aomu l'ayne Mreet,
near Prince. He will haie either to pjy
bis license or go out of business.
The Southern Railway Company, for the
fighty-two acres of land which lhev pur
chased just west of this city for their new
eLons, roundhouses, etc paid 21,850.
Tins money has all been turned over to the
owni-raof the land. Sirs. Richard Itotihford
ri'ceiving $10,000, Georgcreverill, $C,O0(l;
jnnies jtouens, -j,-ou, anu i nomas ii.
The meeting of the local council of the
Brotherhood or M . A ndre w In clnice Church
last night was well attended, and an inter
esting discussion was hail on tLe subject
"Entnuslasm in brotherhood work," Rev.
Jlr. l'hiilips spoke of whence the enthusi
asm came, and Sir. Edgar Carpenter, on
"What it can accomplish," and Jlr. Giorgo
II. E .ins, on "How It can be retained."
The body of Dr. Edwin lluchanan. form
erly of this city, was buried yesterday even
ing in the -vctnoaisi j-roirstani cemeiery.
cue iiiiierai ervices iook piuce iroin ine
residence of Mrs. Annie Kcum. on Wash
ington street. Kev. Dr. Williams, of the
M. E. Church South, conducted the fnnTal
services, and the pall-bcarcrs ncrc: Fred
Trjan and J. J. Collins, or Washington;
anil L. L. Allen, F- .1. Pollard. Lawrence
Stabler, and John H. Slay, or this city.
Jos. Dates, who resides on Pennsylvania
avenue, between. lour-ainI-.i-:inlf and Sixth
streets, Washington, fell at the corner of
King and Fairfax streets, In this city,
yesterday. In au epileptic fit. Dr. Edward
Lcadbcateraltendcdhitn.nndhe was taken
to tlie police M.tlion until he recovered
and was able io give Ids name. Beingvery
weak, he was subseouentlr tent to the
Golden Light Lodge of Good Templars
has elected the following officers for the
ensuing quarter: John II. Bartlett, chief
templar; Miss Alice Tieer, vice templar;
C. K. ncrbert. secretary; Mrs. Jolui U.
WII.KINS & CO..
Square. Marble and
PORK. FORK. rORK.
PORK.' -TOItK. FORK.
7 1-2 CENTS PER lb.
EMRICH BEER CO,
Main Market, I306 1312
Branch Markets 1713 Hth st. mr.; 3050 11th sL nw: Btn. and M s:s. nw:
S037 Mat, uk.; -let and iC sta nw.; 215 Indiana im. mr;
5th and I sis. nw.: ith and I sis. nn-.; 20th 3L and Pa.
ave nir ; 13th sc and X Y are. nw.
This handsome Bed-room Suite, well-made, well
finished bed, dresser, washstand, three chairs and oak
table, 40-lb. hair mattress, excellent woven-wire spring
never sold anywhere at less than $3S.50. Our price only
Other splendid suitesr in superior qualities, in curlj
birch, mahogany, bir.d's ee maple, quartered oak, etc.
We have also a fine line of odd dressers, in mahogany,
curly birch, maple, white enamel, etc., which are very
suitable to go with iron beds.
' Furniture and Garnet Co.
J- WILLIA M LEE.
.132 Fn. Ave. ". XV.
Firt-ehi.s service. 'Phone, 1085.
LUCKETT On Monday. November 4,
1M, nt ,TiMni(-ht V.irv Knv-pT! I.l.r'fcPlt-
I relict of the late Joseph I. Luckett, In the
siMj-'.uinl year or ner age.
Funeral irom her late residence, 020
A street southeast, on Thursday morning,
November 7. at 8.45 o'clock, thence to
St. Peter's Church, where rrijuiem mass
will be said at ! o'clock. Relatives and
friends respectfully Invited.
GOULD Lvman E. Gculd, died en the
18th of September, of paralysis, at the
home of his sister In Portland, Jle. Minn
esota papers please copy. It
MELKEU Departed this life at his resi
dence, 1'07 Third street southeast, Novem
ber 5, at 7 a. ill., Aloin N'ewton Sleeker,
for twents-oue years the affectionate hus
band of Esther Meeker, in the seentieth
vear of his age.
Funeral from his late residence. Thurs
day. November 7, at - p. m. Fnends
TAUnERSCIISlinT Lucy C. beloved
wife or G. A. Taubersclimidt, aged twenty
one years, November S, la'JS, at 9.15 a.m.
"Jesus, thou Trince of Life;
Thy chosen cannot die;
Like Thee, they conquer in the strife
To reigu with Thee on high."
Funeral from her late residence. No. 2 MS
frcventh st. nw., Thursday, Nov. 7, 181)5,
at 4 p. m. It-em
Trimyer, financial secretary; Edward Jctt,
clinplaln; Andrew "Sullivan, marshal.
The Assembly, a social organization of
the young society men of this city1. Was
reorganized in the rooms of the Fairfax
Club last night and will give fortnightly
hops from now until the Lenten season.
Sirs. Ellen Swann, widow of Thomas W.
Swann, dieel at her home in Alexandria
county yesterday evening, iu the seventy
third year of her age. , , .
Sir. Edward Kidwell was stricken with
paralysis yesterday and- Ids condition Is
now reganled as 'very critical.
Will Re lllsliop Cmnlsliev'.
Dubuque, la., Nov. "6. The council of
Catholic bishops of this archdioce-se met
hereto-day and named "Vica'r General Ryan,
Dubuque: Father Lluchun, Port Dodge,
nnd Yicar General Coiuiskey, Cheyenne, to
succeed Bishop Burke, or Cheyenne,, re
signed. The two first nahied will decline.
Father Conilskey will accept."
Funny how some people talk about
the purost, sweetest edlblo In the"
woria-BUTTETtrNH If you look a
pouat! of our Alderney Cr.'amery
homo and dlda't tell the family It
was Cuttciine they irould ccngratn
lato you en your Judgment in butter
buTing. Try tho .xperlm ent Twill
cost you twenty cents. . r .
FORK, FORK. FORK. FORK.
PORK. TORK. FORK. FORK.
32d st. nW. Telephone. 347.PORK.1
PORK. PORK. TORK.
FORK. PORK. PORK.
514 9th St. N. W.
Always Saving the Peo
Pack of S3 best White Laid Envelopes,
W orth lOo pack. Only 2o
For Gents' Linen Finished Handker
chiefs. orth 10c each, it
L'est Eughsh Toothbrushes. Worth 10a
For three cakes of host Whh Cavils
Nap, seemed. Worta 15a Thrco eaej,
For Ladles' Fast Cla k Stainless and
iennilMS Hose. 23c quality. Only 8a
Tor a box of Buttermilk Soap, best
made, three cakes In a box. Worth Uc.
For a la'ge bottlo of Toro BaT Rum.
Worth 23c Only 9a
For Eyeglasses and Spectacles to suit all
eights. Opticians' price Our price
For a Ladies' Suit,
made in the most
fashionable style, of
Oxford mixed suiting-,
wool. A dressmaker
would charg-e S3 for
the making- alone.
Our price for the
dress complete, $4.93
For the New Family
Sewing Machine, all
cluded and fully war
ranted for 5 years.
As good as any $30
Solo Asents for tho New Homa
Machine. All mako of machines Re
paired and warranted.
514 9th St.N. W.
a LZaw- - -!. A. ...iASSf&S'jSS-A
a. -? 'Ts.
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