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THE MORNTJSTGr TIMES, M02fnAT, aTQVEMBEIt 13. 1895.
Wish for a finer line of Shoes than we can suow yon.
Everj' fashionable shape in every reliable leather is
here Calf, Patent Calf, Winter Russets, Box Calf,
Pigskin, Enamel Leather, Cordovan, and Kangaroo,
in button, lace, and Congress; -uuuuun, vjiudc, Common-sense,
and Piccadilly toe; sizes and widths to fit
everybody. Prices are
"For Men's, $2.40 to $6.50.
For Boys, $ 1 .40 to $3.50.
Two specially good values are a French patent
Calf, pointed toe, at $3.00, and the water-proof Box
Calf, at $5.00, a dressy as well as a durable shoe.
A choice line of the newest and best things in
Haberdashery in our Furnishings Department many
novelties you won't find elsewhere until after they be
come staples with us.
Stop in at your convenience and get posted on
ROBINSON, CHERY & CO.,
(2TH AKD I- SIS.
Three Will Be Urged
ONE FOR MUNICIPAL USES
IH-eoiiinieiidntlon for $100,000 ne
iwmea mid l'rolmWy Indorsed by;
Secretary Carll-do Appropriations
for u Xi'W Goveriiiiicnt l'rlntliig
Office uiid I'atent Office.
Buy Best Buy Cheapest
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buy here, in fact. Furniture, Housefurnishings, Gentlemen's Clothing, Lames" oapes anu M-UUJ
and Girls' Apparel. Yes, we are Outfitters, Complete Outfitters, and we'll be pleased to equip both your
house and yourself and family. We've a wonderfully satisfactory Credit System, wh.ch makes house
keeping easier and makes comforts accessible to those with even most moderate incomes. Come and see
Today, we will five to purchasers from our price
list of groceries of one dollar's worth or over 4 lbs.
Best Granulated Sug-ar, FREE !
Now Is the time to lay In your supply of
ILY BEST PATENT FLOOR.
The new shipment of magnificent Premium Books are
now on hand bring- your completed cards and select them
new premium cards now being- given out on which you
secure the hundred-piece, decorated China Dinner Set, etc
Ask for them.
729 & 731 7th Street
SPECIAL 1 HOUR SALE.
rDmi n A XT TO 10 A. M.
English Majolica Water Pitchers,
any size, iroin i pi. ' " "
SPECIAL 1 II0UK SALE.
nmw in A. M. TO 11 A. M.
Steel Polished Flat Irons, any size,
SPECIAL 1 HOUR SALE,
T?r.r 11 A.M. TO 12 il.
Best Quality Clothes Wringers, vul
Boiled Oak Medicine Cabinets,
Decorated Hand Painted Lamps,
with shade to match,
Regular price, $1.39.
a FOB C.
Regular price, 10c each.
Granitelron Covered Chamber Palls,
j Regular price, $1.19.
Solid Copper Wash Boilers,
Regular price, $2.29.
I Rnliil O.ik Cutting Tables, with ln-
I laid yard measures.
Regular price, $1.19.
almost i m unci
Calvary Baptist Remodeled and
Ready for Occupancy.
HANDSOME ORGAN AND FONT
Latter I.s of Sienna Murblo and In Un
excelled In tlie Soutli service Held
for the Last 'Xlnio In the Sundny-Sclioolliou-o
llev. T. A. CbamuerH
Delivered tbo Sermon.
Cedar Wash Tubs, box Pearline, 3
Regular price, 89c.
Large Block Tin Mshpans,
Regular price, 2uc.
nandsiinie Decorated English China
Regular price, $7.9S.
Decorated English China Tea Sets,
Regular price, $3.98.
Large Zinc Washboards,
Regular price, 25c.
Japanned Tlour Boxes,
Regular price, 3Bc.
3 1-2-lb. Japanned Sugar Boxes,
Regular price, 25c.
ArbucUes Roasted Corfee,
Best Quality Mustard Sardines,
Best brands ot Peas, Corn, String
Beans, or Limn Beans,
PEK CAN. Gc.
Sib. package of Heckcr's Buck
512 9th St. N. W.
Roast Beof 8to 12c
Round Mcafc 10c
Sirloin Steak 12 l-2c
Eorcquartcr l.nmh 8c
Hlndqunrtcrl ninb lie
JOHN N. 1100Vr.!!.stalls!34tO 136,
sc. cor. Center Murker, 7th Sl Rts.
CHARLES V. HOOVER, 413 to 415
it direct .huihcc.
Come and plok' your own
cloth. 'Scotch and English
Che, lots. Tweeds, Cnssl
tnerc. Plaids, eta. Fit Ruar
nntccd. HORN, SiIor,
013 F Street X. W.
Great sale ofdry goods today at Dry Goods
-41nf Company, 102G Sccjitb ktreet.
The congregation of Calvary Baptist
Church held Sunday service for the' last
time vesterdav In the Sundai-school room,
at least for a lung time to come.
The main building of the. church has Tor
mam tnnntti lwfn liniterPiHllI? extensive
and elaborate nnprovctnents which Inter
rupted lor tne time worsuip iu iuc cuutvu
proper. These have been completed anu
on next Sunday the congregation will re
sume worship in their uanusomo anu prac
tically new eunice.
The improvements have been expensive as
well as extensive, and the once plain au
ditorium of the church has been transformed
into a really beautiful place of worship.
The entrance has been, remodeled and Un
proved aud on either side, wmiin, stair
ways rise to the grand auditorium. Over
the chancel has been placed a magulficent
new organ, which cost $0,230.
On enterlug the auditorium the organ
and the new pulpit, standing out conspicu
ously, at mite attract attention. Tbenul
pit is -slightly raised above the floor aud
Is burnished with lour handsomely carved
oak chairs, destined fur the accommodation
of vHltlng clergy.
COSTLY BAPTISMAL FONT.
Perhaps, though, the handsomest feature
ot the new ornamentation is the beautiful
Sienna marble baplinn.i! ont, which has
been constructed in the middle of the pulpit.
Connected with the baptistry are robing
..nit,... tinil liontint- ntin.imtus.
The Ulterior ot the church has been fres
coed, and decorated, commodious galleries
have beeu built and the seating cajucity
more limn doubled. The old pewa ha,e
been replaced bjinew aud comfortable ones
of carved oak.
After the morning service yesterday the
Interior ot the church proper was viewed
,... nn.,ti tin. it-lKiln fnfi-r.(r.'ittnri- liv llianY
UJ uui.j tut. .. .--rj-o- .-. tf
for the first lime since It has neared com
pletion. The Inspection was a pleasure
aud a turprise, for it was found to be hand
somer thau described and the gratification
they felt in having had some part in this
beautiful work was plainly dlscernable In
The services wereconducted by thepastor,
Rev. Samuel II. Green, and the sermon was
by Rev.T. A. Chambers, pastor of the First
itnnrut. Phiireh. Saratoga. X. Y. His dis
course was eloquent, argumentative, and
scholarly, and was an earnest appeal for
man to reform and conform to the will of
Uev. Mr. Chambers took his text flfty
sliati Psalm, part ot the tweirth verse, "Thy
vows are upon me, 0 God, I will render
thank offerings to Thee." In discussing
his text he likened the life of the true
Christian to that or tne tnigncsor oiu, wuo
sacrificed their all In defense ot the faith
and their vows. Those were the days, he
said, when men were tried and proven be
fore they had the honor of knights conferred
upon them, and thcu It was that they laid
their swords upon the altar and swore
fidelity and ralth.
He had made his vows aud there was
no faltering, he faced and preferred death
Itself to the slightest deviation from the
teachings of the Master.
Bo il should be w4th all good Christians,
they should face the battle for Christ aud
welcome death rather than deviate from
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be a hard word, bat It Is ueverthcles.true.
There Is no doubt what our course should
be, for Christ demands Christian love.
We caunot be Christians mid idolize self or
pander to' the wants of the -world, for
If any man love the world the love of, the
Father Is not I nlilm. Nor Is It he who
respects the Father In name only, but he
who doeth the -will and bends all In all
to the comraauds of Christ, who responds
to the will ot the Lord.
Man, he said. Is afraid to come face to
face -with God because he has not been
actively ergaged In serving Christ. These
arc the despised bofli by God and man.
We are too apt to lorget our 'religion
in the active pjrsuits ot life and say there
Is time for all things, buslnees'ls busi
.. nmi ri'ilirion Is religion, and let the
hereafter take care of itself, and though
once willing and determined to bear the
cross have been lured away froiu oor duty
to the Maker.
In conclusion he compared the lives of
many to that ot a great and beautiful
tree la the Yotcmlte valley.
of Congress, Is reviving the Interest In the
many items of District legislation, and es
pecially are thedesired public buildings kept
wtintivir mav be the illnapDOlntuientsot
the early future resin-cling District nceds.lt
Is believixl to be reasonably sure that the
statesmen at the Capitol will, at the next
beksion, provide for the construction of three
public buildings, the Government Printing
Office, a new Patent Office, ami tne mu
nicipal building and courthouse. There Is,
the (.crumble among the real estate dealers
shall bre.ik.out alresh and become an Im
pediment to the pasagi' of the bills.
For the municipal bullijlng the Com
missioners have renewed to the Secretary
of the Treabury their estimate of last
year for appropriation or $100,000, and
as it then passed through to Congress
with Mr. Carlisle's indorsement. It is
not believed there will be any objection
unontilipart tothe present recommendation.
It will have the unanimous indorsement,
it is understoodnof the Board of Trade
and other strong organized influence.
JUST THE BEGINNING.
This sum of $100,000 will not com
plete the building, as Is well known,
but ltwill be the nucleus, if approved by
Congrs, of an aggregate that is exacted
to provide a structure capabe of accom
modating the offices of the entire District
government and all of the local courts.
With respect to the other two buildings
it may be said that every possible in
fluence will be brought to bear iu their
favor, and au equally strong influence
to prevent real estate speculatioiyi from
entering into the Consideration of either.
Several members of both Houses of Con
gress, whose position In the leglslatlc
couucIH will iu the very nature of things
be prominent, are known to bo throrougldy
iu sympathy with the effort to secure the.
three buildings named, and are determined
that conflicting- Interests shall not inter
fere. Their prouounced interest iu the
matter Is accepted as a guarantee of
systematized, disinterested efrort.
i!p,Mit discussion of these projects has
revived the question ot location for the
structures." The latest idea advanced is In
line with the suggestion made to The
Times nearly a jear ago by a gentleman,
who, until recently,- held a prominent
local position under the United States gov
The plan proposed is to place the new
buildings on the 6outh side" of Pennsyl
vania avenue In the vicinity of the new
'ALONG PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
This, it is said. Is advocated by nut a
few, tbcobject being to dl-plac by so much
the old-time structures with handsome
government buildings, and thus lay the
frtnn.int.,n for the gradual auiironriatlon
of the 6outh side territory from the Peace
Monument to the Treasury ror government
This, it is argued, will concentrate the
government business and at the same time
line the Pennsylvania avenue of the future
with a class of buildings that will be in
every sens a credit to ihc Capital, the idea
being that all future government buildings
would be naturally placed there.
There Is, however, another class whose
views are that thebul'dlngs should beplaced
on ground already owned and occupied by
thc government. These believe the munic
ipal building should occupy the site of the
present city hall. In Judiciary bquare, auu
that equally desirable locations can and
should be obtained for any other govern
ment structure now In view.
There Beems to be great unanimity upon
the main Issue, that of Becurlng the appro
priations, and there is every reason to be
lieve, .is voiced bv one who has great faith
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No. 10 Md. Roaster, only wuu
have come to the conclusion to first secure
the substance and fight over the shadows
HOHIU'D 11Y HIS EMPLOYES.
Grocer Slien the Victim of n Closer
Detective Iacey has uncovered a con
spiracy by which Patrick Shea, grocer,
of No. 2030 Scsenth street northwest has
been systematic-ally robbed for a lieriod of
two years by a combination among seme of
his clerks, drivers, and drummers, and last
evening the detective arrested Malconib
Brenner, a driver, and other arrests are to
A colored storekeeper, named Conless,
ot 2202 Eeventh street, whose establish
ment was largely stocked with plunder
stolen from Shea, has fled.
Last month Mr. Shea became convinced
that something crooked was golngon among
his employes. He knew that he was selling
a big amount of goods, but the profits from
the sales did not appear to be as great as
they should. A colored man, who kept
store on the next block, was selling goods
atretail cheaper than they could be bought at
Shea communicated with the detective
office and on Ottober 19 Edward Ander
son, a driver for Shea, was arrested on Uie
charge ot embezzling a barrel ot sugar.
Anderson was taken to the jiollee court and
placed undar bonds for the grand Jury.
Detectives Lacy and ileum investigated, tne
plan of operations pjrsucd by Anderson and
searched the store ot Conless, where they
found a stock of flour, sugar, coffee, soap
and canned goods, which -were Identified
by Shea. A qnnntlty of this stuff was on
exhibition at the detectives' bureau last
The plan of robbing Shea was -when an
order lor goods came In, a number of the
articles called for In the list would be
roiml In rinn1fi.-itf. Sinmptlnips thPRp (luuli.
cateorders would be left with Conless and at
other times the driver who would be paid
tnr ihr psmrts on deliverv wou!d.return the
order to Shea, saying that the order had
been rejected, tnus pocueting me proceeds
ot the sale.
Brenner was arrested at his home in
Georgetown and. lodged at Station No. 3.
Last night ho was "sweated" at the de
tectives' bureau and Information gained
involving others ot the employes of Shea.
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Our Prices are just the same, Cash or Credit.
We are never out of any advertised article when you call for it. Our Credit System adjusted
to suit your convenience. .
MAYER & PETTIT,
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AnnrcliUt Most Abused Ijiw Officers,
and 1'ralKed Murderers.
Milwaukee, -Wis., Nov. 10. Anarchist
John Most of New York spoke this after
noon at the celebration In honor of the
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UUUglUS w .- w .. 0 -
November 11, 1887. Three hundred men
women and children and a dozen policemen.
grectedMr. Most when he appeared on the
Most's speech consisted mainly ot abuse
of the men who brought the anarchists
to the gallows and of praise for the hanged
Mrs. Lucy Parsons also spoke, but said
nothing new or unusual. The meeting was
ISELIN- MEAN'S TIGHT
Says Dunraven 1 Idar nnd a Blackguard.
New Turk, Nov. dO.-It wad statci io-
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night that u. uuvei. ..." ..... -New
York Yacht Club tomorrow to take
action on the charges that Lord Dunraven
makes, that the ballast, of Defender was
tampered with in Erie basin In order to
secure advantages in time allowance.
..r -., mTTirnien mav rest assured," said
Mr Iselln, "that his outrageous accusa
tions will be thoroughly Investigated. lam
uot accustomed to being placed in the light
ot a thief, which is the inference of
Lord Dunraven'e -words.
"Either he Is telling an untruth In this
matter or I am. and I shall demand that
". " ir.,-L- Vnrht. Club find out -which
o7uV7t is: After the New York Yacht
Club has announced its decision I shall
demand that it takes action persona ly
with Lord Dunraven to express the opinion
ot the members ot his conduct.
"Lord Dunraven must substantiate his
accusation or take the consequences.
When you characterize such accusa
tions as Lord Dunraven's as those of a ar
and blackguard that implies a challengo
?o a duel, does it not, Mr. Isellnr was
"Yes" was the decided answer, "and I
am fully prepared to sustain aU I have
"Have you consulted with either Mr.
Morgan or Mr. Vanderblit about the mat
ter7" "No. I have consulted no one. The
charges are directed against me personally,
I consider, and I deem.myselt Justified in
acting for myself In this affair."
"Would you tcft-Lord Dunraven that ac
cusations such as his were those of a liar
and a blackguard were he to be present at
"I most assuredly would."
THOUSANDS MAY BE IDLE.
Strike In 1'ros.pect Among the Build
New York, Xov.10. Thellouscsmithsnnd
Brldgemens' Union, at a mass meeting held
today, in Clarendan Hall, decided on a gen
eral strike to occur about Noemlicr 18, to
force cmplovere to sign u new agreement.
The result of this will be thousands of men
out ot work and the buUdlng trade brought
to a standstill. ,. .
The marble workers, grnnlte cutters and
helpers, elevator constructors, plasterers
and helpers, steam iiucri mm roi -
nenters, painters, vnrntshcra and an army
ot Jaoorers wm mw: " OJ,..i.u...j, .- -
quested, and from G,000 to 12.000 men are
liable to be thrown out ot -work. The
struggle will be a desperate one.
DR. BASIL NOnniS DEAD.
TYas Attending Surgeon at tlie TYhlte
nonso tor Twenty-one. Years.
San Francisco, Nov. lO.-Dr. Basil Mor
ris, U. S. A., retlreddied at the ucciuemai
Hotel in this city tonight ironi apopiej..
Dr. Norris was for twenty-one years at
tending surgeon at the White House in
He -was a physician to .Hon. William
H. Seward when the latter -was injured
by, a fall from his. carriage.
Mr. Norris was transferred to the Pacific
coastin 1884 and remained in active service
. .i, ki. ti,i..i(.nt in 1R2. He was a
native ot Maryland and was sixty-three
years of age.
Untlllnr M"I1 Meet
t,....!!,... Trim.. T-rT,nlnr T. A-1331. Iv.
ot L., met yesterday morning at 600 F
street norinwesr, wicu u j.ukl- e.,i-u.iv
present. There were nine Initatlons and
two applications for membership. Com
munications were received from the follow
ing bottling houses: J. P. Herman & Son.
Annhcuser Busch, Quigley & Hart, Banner
Brewing Company and S. C. Palmer. The
latter sent all his employes to the nssembly
and they were duly initiated, and the others
expressed themselves as willing that their
employes should join. Those employes who
were communicated with and failed to reply
will newallcdunon by theexaminlng board
durins; the coming week. The financial sec
retary of D. A. GO. made his examination
of the books and found thera correct.
Eeprcsentativcs were present from tne tc
centrioi Engineers, Tailors and Bakers'
The Tone oF a
Strikes to the Very
Soul oF Harmony.
- it Is commended and praised
by the most famous arti6ts and
greatest slugers throughout tho
world. A tone of uca wonderful
purity.nchness and volume makes
the Kimball acceptable erery
whera Hear one here.
price" left on anything
in our stock Every
thing is reduced Fur
niture Carpets .Mat
tings Drn p orl cs
Moves Crockery w are
Office rnrnituro ran
cy Lamps ctc
llave yourplck on credit.
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H House & Herrmann,
917, 919. 921 and 92C
636 Mass. Ave.
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