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THE MOKNIKG TIMES, M OK DAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1895.
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9 E anohunrh & Urn
I FLANNELS. '
g m. , ir-ij rnir .iiiwi malum a
You'll Need 'Em. $
All Wool Plain
Brown and Green
Flannel, suitable -for
i ntcr- 1 i n i n g for
capes, Coats, Car
riage Robes, etc.,
regular 37iC quali
A beautiful assort
ment of All - wool
Flannels, in plaids
Worth 37: yd. Tor. 25 Td
All - Wool German
all the delicate col
ors plaids and
Worth SOcyd. Tor.. O 12 yd
The new C rep on
Eiderdown, in Light
Blue, Pink, Red, Grey
and White. Full 38
All our $1.25 and
$'l.38 qualities of
Orders by mall carefully V
attended to Just the same j
as If you came In person.
Orders for samples cheer- y
fully compiled with and 0
promptly, too. O
I A20, 422. 424. 426 7th Si. k
Bill and Market Spacs.
12 pieces of superior pile
Velvet, in all highcoloring3.
15 pieces of 24-incli fine
quality Plush; high colors.
m between 9 i
m and o only
If Hallet& Davist
hd Pianos all p3
""' the latest pat-M
! cuts and im- f
Lj -::- -:: pr0vemenls in Wi
bj walnut, mahog- p!
y ay or r-g
4 tuood cover and
2l::: stool included PI
o years guar
antee. Tor $250.
Don't pas this special offer by.
It's more than special, for it moans
I'lauos at cost.
SIC dewn, and fS 33 per month.
I E. F. DROOP & SONS,
Absolutely Painless Dentistry,
xnethoJs of den
tistry, 'mere Isn't
an operation that
wo cannot suc
In an absolutely
tion M cents.
Eyani Denial Parlors
1217 Penn. Ave. N. W.
EJa IM&ilLilf yyiiy
jgj 925 Pa. Ave. (g
DELINQUENT IN ETIQUETTE
Nic9tie3 That Are Unobserved By
Diplomats in Washington.
To Cast- In Point That Society Is
Go-sMlplllLT AtMiut Note mid
That one of tlic most stringent rales
of diplomatic etiquette le being wilfully
disregarded by two members, of the corps
who should know better is matter or much
comment and criticism In that circle Just
now. Gossip says theinen In quiilloncame
to Washington last spring, but not yet
have tliey made the round of calH thlcti
decorum demands they should pay im
mediately upou their arrival.
Leaving cards is not a Herculean task,
nor one requiring great mental effort, and
if such formalities are i-glectcd a good
deal that is courteous and iutereMins will
quickly lie lost.
Owing to the large number of countries
represented at the capital the interchange
of civilities is slack and indifferent com
paratively with the courts Of Europe.
For ouc tiling many have little in common,
say Corea and Belgium, Turkey and Hawaii.
, Such a circumstance as the arrival of
an ambassador and his remaining turee
months in tutscountry lo which he Is ac
credited before being received by the
President to present his credentials as
recently occurred here, would no unheard
of abroad. There lie would have been
met as representing the person of his
Emperor or his King, and the head of the
Government would hae hastened to the
capital to receive him. Very little syrn
Iiathy Is felt between European and Asiatic
diplomats, mauy courti-les being neglected
where the Chinese especially are concerned.
Japan has of late, liowner. succeeded w
attracting much distinguished considera
tion. IV all this as it may. this fact remains
the two delinquents who are being dis
cussed just now should without further
delay in.tke their tournee.
JINs OzaNHti JIcElhane, daughter of
Hun. John SIcElhnne, and Mr.JInrry Worth
ington. were married Saturday afternoon
In the r.it'iry or St. TauTs Catholic Church.
Rev. Father Mackln, pastor, officiating.
The bride wore a becoming govn of navy
blue cloth and carried a bouquet of liUies
and roses. Only the Immediate friends and
relatives of the two families were present.
After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Worth
lugton left for a Southern tour, which will
include a visit to the AtlaDta Exposition.
The gilt of the groom was a handsome set
The congregation of St. Michael and
All Angels' have nrranged for two lunch
eons at the Hooe bonding, November 15
and 1C, from 11:30 a. ni. to 4 p. m.
Cards have bvn Issued by Mrs. Charles
M. Merrill, No. 333. riorlda avenue, for
a reception to local artists and other
friends this evening.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Chase have as their
guest Mrs. II. M. Johnston, who is a
reigning favorite In army and navy circles.
Assistant Paymaster Hatton, O. S. N
Is visiting the city on leave.
Cnlpeper, Va., Nov. 10 Hon. Ellis
Mills, onr consul general to .Honolulu,
Hawaii, was married last evening to Miss
Cora Kitcbie Nallc, in the presence of the
most fashionable and largely nttended
gathiTing of the season. The ceremony,
which took place at Itapldan, the home of
the bride's father, Benjamin F. Nalle,
was pirformed by Rev Le Bas Cross. The
couple expect to sail from San Francisc
next Triday for the Sandwich Islands.
LAW OF I'ltKCEDENCE.
New DiK-liCi of -MnrlboroiiKll Will
Only Ilne Nine Ahead of Her.
One or the benefits which Miss Consuelo
Vanderbilt acquired by becoming Duches3
of Marlborough was the inestimable privi
lege of knowing exactly vho is entitled
to going to dinner before her. ISy be
coming Duchess of Marlborough she comes
Into certain legal privileges of demanding
her rights not to be last at the dinner table
or in any other function of civilized society
In the United Kingdom.
When three laws of precedence were first
passed It tvas a matter of some vital im
portance for any oue with a healthy appe
tite to know exactly how they stood III re
gard lo getting the first, second third, or
twentieth cut of vension. The man or
woman of the highest social standing got
there first, and the others followed In order
due, until, when it got down to the tall end
of the procession, the Worcestershire sauce
had all been used up, the truffles ami mush
rooms bad all disappeared, and the poor
devils had to take what the great people
Times, of course, have changed, and even
at a fashionable afternoon tea in London in
these weak, piping days of the waning
century, een the last arrival is able to get
at least a biscuit aud a glass of reasonably
strong lea punch. Still, It is suinething to
know that one has the absolute. Indisputa
ble right to go Into the dining-room before
another person, especially If he or she
tnows that there is going to be something
for dinner which he or she especially likes.
So, also. In going through a doorway. It
nmct lw MlliPr ollnsInf tr nnv nmn ..-
woman with human vanity to hnow that he '
or she has absolute legal right to make
other persons stand aside and follow
through the doorway afterward. Or, more
grand and august still, think of the peace
that conies with the knowledge that one bas
theabsoluteright, and can enforce it by law,
to enter the presence of his or her dread
sovereign liefore another person, especially
it one particularly detests the other person.
Miss Vanderbilt, by Lecoming Duchess or I
Marlborough, has acquired all these rights
and prerogatives. There are only nine
Duchesses in the United Kingdom that are
trl wlrifHlrini ilif- i-n
allowed by law to go to the dinner table
before she does, to go through a doorway
before she docs, to precede her In any stale
or official function, and Hie can taKc prece
dence close after the royal family and be
fore her stcpmotlier-In-la w. Lady Befesford;
her mother-in-law, the Marchioness of
Blandford, and her aim t by marriage , Lady
ICandolph Churchill; also, she will have
precedence over her aunt's sister-in-law,
the Buchces of Manchester.
Great sale of dry goodstodayat Dry Goods
Trading Company, 10ZC Serf nth street.
IV l . US im
ll V V L A Mil n
lrv,l5l flVlVi .. At the
ll wYlB flit L I V A Uoultarcha
W kW In our
a Wo. men's
ITS SILVER ANNIVUItSAHY.
IntrrCMtliig KxercUOH Held at Con
The twentj-fiflli anniversary exercites
of the Concordia German Lutheran Church
were held last evening in that church,
corner of G and Twentieth streets north
west. The occasion was an exceedingly pleas
ant one, combining as it did the inter
esting exercises or the sliver annhersarv
of the Sundjy-school and the celebration
of the anniversary of Luther Day.
The interior of the church wan profusely
and tastefully decorated in wtilte and
silver tinsel, while the chance was deco
rated with chrysanthemums and roses.
Theexerc les were tvit ne&seil by an immense
audience, the spacious auditorium and
galleries being crowded.
The exercises ere opened by an organ
prelude, bj Troressor Arnold Meyer,
during nliltli the pupils or the Sunday
school marched hi at the front door, led
by Superintendent V.'illlaui II Veerhoff,
to seats reserved for them in the rront
part or the church. The pastor, Kev.
Krnett F. Drewitz, then read part of
Psnlm 87, nliu.li was folio wnl by congre
gational hinging, after which he offered
The growth ami progress of the Sunday
school was strikingly Illustrated br six
little children bearing banners showing
the advance and increase made In periods
of five jcars First came Marie Kettler,
a bright little miss of six year., with a
banner inscribed "lSTO;" next aine Lizzie
Schultz. seven years, with 187."," then
Otto Veerhoff, Willi "1880," followed
by Conrad Herzog, with "lSSi," next was
Elzle Lemlliolm, with "1890." and last
was Flora Neuhatu, with "lSIC"
Rev. Dr. FaciU", pastor of the First
Refonn Trinity German Church made a
short address to the children of the Sunday
school. At the closeof theexercises, Lulle Veer
hoff, a little miss of six Vummers, In
lieluir of the children, presetted Mr. F.
W. Iinhoff, one of the teachers. Willi a
handsome silver clock, and i?.s!s C. Ding
ier with a beautiful framed picture- of
Christ with the children.
J. WITJL.TA M LGE.
332 111. An-. N. IV.
Flrst-cluks mtvIco. 'I'liono, 1;I85.
WATSON On Saturday. November 9.
1S9", at 0.35 p. in., .lames C. Watson.
son or William L. and Sophia E. W. Wat
son, nee llrandt, aged ten months and
Funeral from parents' residence, 727
Seventh street suuthweM, Monday. Novem
ber 11, at 2 p. ni. Relatives and friends
'Twas n heart-rendinir separation.
Our de'arest angel gone to rest;
Freed from this world's temptation,
And now dwelling with the ble'st.
The most excruciating pain
He very patiently suifercd;
Aud that we'll melt- again
Shall be our prayer olte-red.
, ,. HV HIS PARENTS.
(Baltimore papers pleaso copy.)
MCCARTHY On Sund.iv. Novi-mhor 7 0.
.695, at 10:20 p. in., Nellie M.. beloveo
daughter of the late Thomas J. MeCarthv,
of K. M. S., aged 19, at the residence of her
mother, 029 1-2 Maryland avenue south
west. Funeral from St. Dominic's Church with
requiem mass, at 9 a. in., Wednesday,
LENT On Sunday, November 10, 1S95,
at his late residence, 330 McLean avenue
southwest, William 12. Lent, In the rorty
slxth year of his age.
Remains will be taken to Sterling, Va.,
Tuesday morning, November 12, 1893.
Lecsburg papers please copy.
GLADMAN On Saturday. November 9,
1895, at Providence Hospital, William A.
Gladman, in the twenty-eighth year or his
age. Remains taken to the residence or
his sister-in-law. Miss Joy. No. 331 K
Notice or funeral hereafter.
STACY On Saturday. November 9, at
1:20 p. in., Thos. P. Stacy, in the seventy
sixth year of his age.
Funeral Tue-sday, November 12, at 3 p.
m. Iutcrment at Oak Hill cemetery.
Friends of the 'iinlly are respectfully In
vited to attend. New York and Brooklyn
papers please copy. it
WALKER On Triday, November 8.
1895. at 12 a. m Sarah Walker, In her
rum-mi from residence of her daughter,
Mrs. (S. F. Iteed, 724 Eighth street north
east. Monday. November 11, at 10 a. m.
Kelatlves and friends Invited.
KKAUSKOPr On Novemlwr 8, Charles
G.KrauBkopf.died suddenly at Johns Hopkins
Hospital, lialtimore, Md.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
I We asfc this repeatedly, because serions
; diseases often follow Inning ailments, i
If you are weak an
nervous, have no
appetite and can't
I work, begin at once
I rilll I l?B the most re-
"VII I liable strengthening
medicine, which is
Brown's Iron Bitters.
Benefit comes from
the cry first dese
Dyspepsia. Kidney ano Lives
Constipation, Impure Blood,
Malaria. Nervous Ailuchts,
Get only the genuine it has crossed red
lines on the wrapper.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, Ui.
Department, we have
some specially good values
just now the two we men
tion aVe altogether unusual
they are not goods made
to sell cheap.
NATURAL WOOL SHIRTS and "
Drawers silk f.vt"! poorl but
tons warranto all wool dran- -ers
havo lapod sanuis and re-
enlorced eeata. The- are rcs-u- 1 n
larjl goods, at tJC
lUJVS I10SE-:Kc Scotch Wool
Hoso-rreat tor wearing qualities IP-.
-gray la color Qy
314 and 31G 7th St. N.AV.
BAS CUT 'DOWN EXPENSES
Assistant Postmaster-General Jones
- Makes-His Eeport.
General Economy ' In I1U Ilruiich
Shown' and .Makes Muny
Tirst Assistant Postmaster General Jones
has submitted hisreport. It calls attention
to a saving In liLs branch or the service dur
ing the past yearof $I,395,r.77.
Mr. Jones recommends au appropriation
of 517,000,000 lo cuier compensation of
postmasters forthenext fiscal ye-arand$lC,-500,000
for clerk hire at first and second
He recommends Ihe order recently pro
inulgaled by the President providing for
the consolidation or tourih-class post
ofrices, and sajs the only pusltiiuis.at first
class K.t-orflces that are now exevpted
from" civil "service examination are assistant
po.stmastcr, private secretary and stenog
rapher, cashier, and assltant cashie-r; at
se-cond-class orfico, assi-tant ponmaster,
under whatever legal designation known.
Mr. Jones docs not favor maintaining
experimental fre-e delivery service in towns
and villages, but states that If the people
still demand It he assumes Congress will
pas the necessary appropriation to establish
In view of the great saving effei'ted and
the general Improvement In the service,
ecpec-Ially In the large cities, Mr. Jones
rcn.iumcnds the employment of a number
of men In the larger offices whose regular
duly It shall ba to inspect the work of car
riers, make suggestions as to the extensions
and ihanges of routes, and, in fact, to have
a general supervision of the work of car
riers outsldeof postoffie-es.
Mr. Jones says that besides the actual
saving effected the Improved efficiency of
tho service In the offices investigated must
be credited to the secret service. At every
office Uiedlscipllneof theforceandcfficiency
of the service have lieen much Improicd,
the work more equally distributed among
Ihe letter e-arriers, and at many offices ex
tensions made and fiu-llltles Increased
without additional cost.
The Assistant Postmaster General rec-om-niends
that the attention of Congress should
be e-alled to the advisability of providing
a penalty for the use of the post marking
stamp for unlawful purposes, or for counter
feiting it, or for placing an impression
thereof upon an envelojie or postal card for
the purpose of deception.
Hesays some penalt y f or th e unla wf til usp
of tho franking privilege should be imposed.
Main Market, 1306-1312 32d st. nw. Telephone, 34-7.
Branch Markets-1718 14th St. nw.; 2026 14th st, nw.; 8:hand
M sts. n. w.; 3057 M st. nw.; 21st and K sts.
nw.; 215 Indiana ave. nw.; 5th and I sts. nw.;
.i-th and I sts. nw.; 20th st. and Pa- ave. nw.;
13th st: and N. Y. ave. nw.
Ton can. It's easy enoash. Bay CLOVEE CREA1IERT
Instead of butter. Tho aaTlnc inachort Trail o will crow big enough to parchas
a handsome sparkler. There are other reasons why people me butterlne. It la
purer than butter; never grows rancid; Is always mild, delicate, and delicious to
tho taste. Better than that la you'll like It, Setter still It coats less.
Clover Creamery , 25c a pound.
Alder ney Creamery. 20c a pound.
xtra Dairy, for cooking 15c a pound at the
SQUARE 1IAIIBLE AND GLASS STANDS in Centre Market
WILKIN'S & COMPANY. Manufacturers' Wholesale Distributing Agents.
BIGGEST BARGAIN IN
CAPES EVER OFFERED.
The above cut represents aa exact
copy of a Doubls Cape, made of fine
all-wool Ceavor, trim mod with three
rows of fine braid and full weep
Actual valuo olsatuo UP 00. Special
806 Seventh St. N.W.
1 924-1 926 Penna. Ave.
Cc Canton Flannel fU
8c Canton Flannel DU
lCcCastoa Flannel (Jo
CcBleached Cotton 47-t-U
11 ,J:., U
Require many err all etcettras
whiuh dressmakers do not tsuilly
krpp You will find erery tind of
Drr&sTr.mmlncs In our store; all the
latest fancies In Braids, liands, gar
Bin clt Silk Loopq.
W1i3to Juet receWed n new lot
of these. 1 bey are exquisite geed).
rom:Wc. loCOc- each.
A most necessaiy adjunct to a
lady's dress will outwear any
dreis in black and colors. 4 to 5
yard piece 3c. and EOc per
COHEffS IRIMMG STORE,
523 I 1 th st. nw.
Ilyelne, Cleaning and Dry Cleaalng Establish
ment, SX lith SiS. W. Kcrmerl jl2 X. T. Are.
The Dlvlno Lullaby.
I hear Thy voice, dear Lord:
I hear It by the stormy sea.
When winter nichts are black and wild.
And. affncht, I call to Thee: .
It calms tny fears and whispers me, '
"Sleep well, my child."
I hear Thy voice, dear Lord,
In slnzinc winds. In fallinc snow.
The curfew chimes the midnicht bell.
"Sleep well, my chi'd." It murmurs low;
"The cuarcliau ance-ls come ami jro.
O child, sleep well."
I hear Thy voice, dear Lord. ,,,
Ay. thouch the slnsluc winds be stilled.
Thnucli hushed the tumult of 'lie deep.
My falntln h-art. Willi anguish chilled
By Thv nssurine tone Is thrilled.
"Fear not, and sleep. '
Speak on. sneak on. dear Lord.
And when the last dread nicht Is near.
With doubts ami feara and terrors wild.
Oh. let my boul expiring hear.
Only there words of heavenly cheer.
"Sleep well, my child.
' the mostperfect sys
tem of branches in the
city. Perfect goods only
at popular prices and a
rapid transit delivery sys
tem. Meats, provisions,
canned goods, groceries,
etc., and vegetables and
fruits in season.
gg 9O4--O06 Seventh St. N. W. If
great Ploak gensation.
We closed last night the sale of the great 20,000 stock"
ofTW. Silver 8c Co., New York, which we pur
chased at about half regular prices. The sale was such aa
enormous success that we have decided to take the entire
remainder of this stock (which should be taken into regulai
stock) and bunch it, together with a large quantity of our
own carefully selected coats and capes in
Two Great Lots.
and Cape for
Ladies and Chil
dren that sold be
fore for$11.50, S10,
SS.S0 and $7.50.
Kioc'sPalice Cloak Sensation.
All beautifully made, j
Millinery Prices in Sympathy.
75c and $1 Children's Hats, 48c-
Ilats and flats of all shape? and
coions, -si quality American
and Ensilsn Felts now and fas
50c and 35o Tarn o'Shanter Caps, 16c
Misses' and Children's Caps and
1am OMiauters la chenherd's
plslds atl colurs, fashionable ipA
$5 Trimmed Hats, $2.93.
Ladles' Trimmed Hats, in the
freshest aud most stylish sliap.s
handsomely trimmed cood CO Q0
value at the rejular price of Ji. J.JO
39c SrJioil Aprons 19i
One lot of silently soiled School
Aprons, cberict-d muslin ahel
plain India linen, sizes 3. 4,
and r years, that sold as high
as 3!c, will close at ...
$1.25 Children's Coats 69c
One lot of Children's Eider
down Coats, with pointed col
lars, tnrnmwi with -Anpora Fur,
sizes 1 to 5 years; regular price
51.5. Special .
8 1 2-S 1 4 7th Street.
R FEHST OF BHRGRINS
CFora Ladles' Tine Wrapper, made In
tho Tery latest stylo and worth ILSSl
Monday -tic one to a customer only.
1 1 - 2.000 yards cf Ide Nottingham Crochet
I 2u Trim mine Laces, worth upwards of Sc
yard- Monday only IJc.
Box of Buttermilk Soap con alnlng 3
cakes; bottle of best Vaseline, box of
Swansdown FacoTowder, English Tooth
Brush, package of Perfumed Kice Pow
der. All of these articles worth Sa
Ladles' Gingham Aprons, colored bor
ders, worth 15a Monday V,c
n yard for Fine Turkish Angora Trim
mine; In Black, White and Gray. They
are worth ICc yd. Monday 25c.
a pair for a full rogular made Ladles'
llose, Ilermsdorf fast black, worth 20c a
pair. Monday only 9a
for a Gent's Linen Finished Handker
chief worth 12a Monday only 2k.
For a full box of Oppenhelmers Wash
Ingtou Bello cigars, 12 In a box; an ex
cellent smoke. Monday, only 19a
Sole Agents for the Celebrated Light
Running New Home Sewing Machine.
All Makes of Machines Repaired at Lowest Prices and
Warranted. Machines for Rent.
514 NINTH STREET.
EXTRADITION OF WARD.
Mem jili Is Authorities l'repnrlng to
.Recover the Forger.
Tbe attorney jrcneral of Tennessee and
Mr. G. C. Matthews arrived In the city
yesterday and will have an Interview to
day with Secretary Olney regarding the
arrangements for the extradition of AVard,
the fugitive Memphis forger, who Is tinder
arrest by the authorities of Honduras.
Although the United States has no extra
dition treaty with that country, theauthori-
and Cape for
Ladies and Chil
dren that sold be
fore for $16.50, $15,
Kisg'a Palace Cloak Sensa
$1 Trimmed Hats. 49c.
Trimmed Sailors and Walfclag
jinis, of nuaury American
Felt Silk Klbbon bands-latest nn
$6 Ostrich Collan, $2.98.
'Handsome Neck Ostrich Collar
ettes, with ten large plumes CO DO
and Ostrich bands 4),UO
Wonderful values in Flowers,
Feather3, Trimmings, Ribbons,
$2.50 Stylish Kaists $1.89.
Very Stylish riaid Worsted
Waist, very fuilsleeves. crushed
velvet collar and cuffs, regular CI 0Q
price S2.D0. Special.... 31.0vJ
69c Cors:ts 49c
One lot or Corsets, full boned,
made of Jeans, medium and
I extra long waists. In It. and G.
honnette, etc., regu:arpncetyc. ,nn
Special , ttaU
7 1 5 M arket Space.
514 NINTH STREET
Extra glzo Ueached bath towels; good
ralae at 15a Monday, only 3a
For the largo double bed bleached
sheets, made of tho beat cotton; worth
C5a Monday, 4ta
Cake of the Tery best scentel white
castilesoap, worthlOccake. Monday,2a
Whisk broom, clothes brush, feather
duster, blackleg brush, scrub brush and
box blacking. This entire package
ralue 75c Monday, 29a
Children's fine stamped bibs, worth 103
apiece. Monday, only 4Ja
Stamped bureau scarfs. A nice line of
patterns woth C9a Monday, only 15a
ladles' fast-colored tan hose, worth 12i0
a pair. Monday, only S?ia
For Two-ribbed Ladles Vests, fall
weight, worth 25c each. Monday, 2 for
Toran ounce cf Best Iriple Extract
all the odor a Heliotrope, Violet, -Jockey
Club, Aa Worth SJcoz. Monday,
9a Bring your bottle.
a yard for a handsome line of All-wool
Mixtures entirely new and worth 4Sa
yd. Monday, only C5a
54-inches wide All-wool Nary Blue
Serge a Tory handsome suiting, value
$1.03 yd. Monday, 45a
yd. Scotch Wool PUIdi, 33 inches wide,
good Talue at 49c yd. Monday only 25a
Td. Snlpntlld linn rf ftm SI1V n-irl TTwt
''.Mixtures, regular S9c Talua. Monday,
yd. All colon and black, very flno Silk
flinished Henrietta Cloth, worth T5c yd.
T I Or Infant3 Long White Cashmer
4)ltZ0 Cloaks, hexnly lined, embroidered
cape, worth 2.49. Monday, $L25a
ff QQ for a ladles dress made In the lateit
3Wu0 style, of splendid all wocl mixtures.
The arerago dress maker would
charge $S.0i) for making alone. Come
and let us tako your measure. Mon
ClQ Ein67 famtlr sewing machine, aU
4I J.uUattachments Included. Fully war
ranted for five years. Does excellent
Children's TTeary-welght Undershirts-
Tory good quality. Monday, 9a
tlcs seized TVard and are holding him to
await the arrival of the necessary papers.
These will be presented to the Secretary
of Slate tomorrow, and probably an agent
of the government sent to Honduras wltU
Atkinson May Recover.
Ceasar Atkinson, colored, who bad his
skull fractured In a runaway on Rhode
Island avenue, as was told In Sunday-,
Times, Is still In a precarious condition,
but there Is hope of his recovery.
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