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THE MOKNIN'Gr TIMES, SATURDAY, JTOVEMBER 23, 1893.
Bureau ays rain or snow today, but if it is fair
tomorrow j-ou and the bojs will want to wear your new clothes.
Come to us today, and whatever is lacking- to complete your outfit
can be supplied in a" few minutes better and more satifactorily than
any one else in town can supply you," for Tiereyou have the -biggest
and best variet3' of " v " -
Men's Suits, '-",f:-r
Boys' Suits, - --.--
" Overcoats, -. .
Men's and Boys' Hats,
" Shoes, - -Furnishings
of all kinds. - -.
All at lowest possible prices for like qualities, and your
money back if you are not satisfied with your purchase.
ROBINSON, CHERY & CO.,
12th and F St 1 furnishings.
IZ-Hl UilU 1 l-.Z. I HATS, SHOES.
of the immense llazclton stock which we bought at the
sheriffs sale in New York, has just reached us. This lot
was in the hands of the tailors, in course of manufacture,
when the firm assigned. When, we bought the stock we
gave orders to have all the suits and overcoats made up
in first-class stj-le regardless of expense. Today
we start an immense slaughter -of them at
40c. ON THE -DOLLAR.
Suits and Overcoats for"less'than material cost.
Prices no object.
. Will buy a flrst-clajs
tion 01 jupiyiea 10
cost 75c per yard.
less than tile cloth
Don't fall and ask to bo shown these suits, as
Men's Clay Worsted Suits.... 4)0.00
Young Men's Double and CO A fl-
Single Breasted fcutts 40.IrU
.0O Men's Sulls for 54. Uli
fl2 Men's Caisimore Suits for 4)0. UU
S Young ilea's Suits for.... Jj.OU
Overcoats, Ulsters. -
f20 Men's OTercoats, Jleltoc, CQ Pfl
117 Imported Germanla Orcr- (T T r n
(IS Trench Black Cheviot Jf Eft
f JO Oilord Mlied Overcoats.. $4. b
15 Irish Frelzo Ulsters. 50
Inches long,.rnade In nrst- IT J fl
class style . .
A Few Specialties
In Our Hat and Underwear Department.
Our Sl.tO latest style Derby at
OnrsJlW latest stylo Fedora,
Our SUM latest style Slit Ilat C O rn
at - 4)0.01'
Our f I.S0 Double-bressteiLAU-wool Shirt
THESE PRICES FOR
Ninth and EStreets N. W.
picked outpour Suit and Overcoat
yet? Those S00 Suits and 1,200 Overcoats,
.which our factory at 1 85 Market St., New
ark, N. J., recently shipped to us, are going
very rapidly. The prices make them go. We
bought the cloth at a, bargain, and-we pay no
middleman's profits, so we can afford to sell
them cheap. .
They are made up wjth our usual care, and
the stylish Dyrenforthcut.is yery. evident in
every one. . .
Get your pick of them before your size has
gone. . . .
Factory, 1 85 MarkeVStreet, Newark, N. J.
Today wc give away tcerei purchaser of 75c worth
or more, their choice of a handsome French China Cup and
Saucer or Cream Pitcher.
Cedar Wash Tubs 6Gc-75e
Ki-Bular price, $1 and 1.25.
Best quality Zinc Wash
Htgulnx price, 25c.
Mrs. Fott's cold handle Bad
Irons; 3-ln. set
Regular price, $1.19.
Cryblal Water Goblets, per
Regular price, 25c.
Japanned Coal IIoUs 12c
Kegular pnee, 25c.
10 pattern: eacb.
Regular price, 25c.
Decorated Chamber Sets.
English china S1..4A"
Regular price, ij.'J.
Decorated English China
Dinner Sets, Cstjles.. ..$4.76
Regular price, $G.08.
Japanese Dust Tan and
Regular price, 25c.
Best quality Clothes
Wringers, vulcanized rolls.sx.28
Universal Housefurnishing Co.,
512 Ninth Street N. W,
Casslm'ro Suit, any size and a selec
select iroin. ino ciom ia mis buie
You know it takes six yards to make
Ibeeult.irhiclilsfLSO. but we promise to sell you goods at
cost, ana this statement bears us out.
they are wonderful bargains.
Men's riack and Bluo Pure ff I Qfl
W'oc.l Chariot Pants OI.DU
Hen1? Edward Harris' Cassl- ffQ nn
Sawjer'sCaaslraor rants .
Jlen'e Casslmere Pants....
"CiTildreh's Clothing. -
Children's Corduroy Enee
ChndreutJ Ca-lmcro Kne OEn
.. - anvtv i ZOu
Children's Strictly all-wool 01 pn
"ttillJren8 Deep Capo Orer- ff I Q T
coais j ,UU
$100 CMldreu'a Suits
Our $1.50 Llnod Buckskin
Ocr 50c OilTanr.cd Wool Llnod
Glove atr T.
Our il.SO Wool Lined Eld
621 Psnn. Ave.
'BH Metropolitan Hotel
Handsome mirror front Wall
Regular price, 08c.
Granite Iron covered Slop
.. Regular price, $1.19.
Bolid Copper Wash BolIers...Sl.38
Regular price, $2.00.
Sets, 5G pieces $2.37
Regular price, $3.98. ,
100,000 .Paper Novels, all fi'
authors.. ..- each.
Regular price, 10c.
Large Willow Clothes Ham
pers, ivlth foot
' Regular price, $1.09.
Pettijoiin's Breakfast Food.
Corn, Peas, Beans, per can..
Best Sussex Co. Tomatoes,
per can '.
Best Roafited "Coffee 20c
Perllnc or Soaplne.. .. ..
Best quality Olclne Soap, 7
' cakes -f or.. -'...".71
IS NUHTK PROJECT
Messrs. Hutchins and Towers
Want to Build One.
NEAR CONVENTION HALL
SkntliiK ItlnU lo JloOnoof t lie Features
of tlio rineo Jlra. BrlKKH aiiist
lteuiove tlio Luttlco AVork From
Her Flmrimtcy School Xo iloro
Fnst lllcj cle Itidlnf?.
Lee Hutchins and David Towers tvere
before the Comiiussloners , several hours
ycoterday tecklng permission to erect a
$00,000 ice palace and skating rink on the
southeast quarter of the square, upon which
arc situated the. Convention llnll, with the
Northern Liberty Market, and the National
Guard Armory, between Fourlli and Fifth
and K and L streets northwest. Mr.
Hutchins is a son of llr. Btll.-.oiiJlutchlns
who Is a Jarge Rtockliolder In Convention
Hall and the market.
In order to build the Ice palace a b'g
team engine must be put up, and this
requires a permit. The application for a
permit is opposed by Mr. Gaul, who lie
bJllillue Inspector Brady was called In and
the ground .was gone carefully over. The
laws -were considered and the location.
Mr. Hutchiiii urged the public Importance
of the enterprise, and I he work It -would
give to the uminployed. The Coinmisslon-
ersdid uotreach adecllon. Mws.Hutch-
ins anil l owers propose In establish a skat
ing rink in the palace, and make a high
grade umucment resort.
MRS. BRItinS' PHARMACY HCIIOOL.
A il'iiMon was reached in theenpof Mrs.
B. K.Iiriggs, whohnseslablisliednpharmacy
school tit Xo. 071 11 street aiiuthedbt. The
neighbors object lo the signs, for hir school,
aud to a latllie work porch. Both sides
wtre he.ird at length Jesierduy. The Com
missioners wrote Mrs. Unggs tlutthelattice
tvork on her porch must come down. It is
iu violation of the building reguatllons.
ThOf. I). Ingram, of the Hotel Etklngloirr.
ivasinrormed that In the new police rcgula
Uous fast bicycle riding will be forbidden.
The proofs of the uew regulations are In
hiiud, ami the Comlmscnera spent tome
time List night In revising them.
Ben C. McQuay. of No. 629 Marjlar.d
avenue, has received his replj legarding
the use of Maryland aenue bj- the Penn
sylvania Railroad Company nsn car yard.
The question submitted by him was re
ferred by the Commissioners to Attorney
Thuuins. and a decision rendered somu
time ago. In accordance nllli it Mr. Mc
Quay is told that the lompany by Urine
of fencing its track lias acquired no right,
to make freight nnls or the streets. His
remedy, however, is by the courts.
A firm of New York contractors "were
Informed that there is no appripriatioa
cow available for furnishing the small
Major 1". C. DuBois was -written that
complete plans for the sewerage of Cres
cent street. Meridian Hill, cannot be pre
pared till the grades of streets in that
locality are definitely determined.
PERMITS TO RELA1 TRACKS.
Acting Secretary of the Navy McAdoo
has been granted a permit to relay the
railroad track on M street southeast.
The track is to bring ears from the Balti
more anil Potomac tracks to the navy
nrd. The eslslleg grade of the strtet is
not to be changed.
Mr. T W. Bln.ey cnlled on Commissioner
Ross in the afternoon and spent half an
hour discussing legal points in coimculuii
with extension of the streets and with tax
pennlUes and advertising costs.
Senator Vest made a short call on Com
missioner Powell yesterday morning. They
probably discussed informally hgislatlon
which the Commissioners will nsk Con
gress lo consider.
John S. Jennings was appointed an ad
ditional private on the police force,
wltho'it pay. to sene In connection with
the storekeeper at the Canal street prop
John M,. Werner was appointed a
laborer at Hie municipal lodging tione at
$3 a monlh.
William Warreu. or No. 905 North Caro
lina avenue southeast, asked recently for
a refund of his deposit for a sewer on
Mnlli street between K and L. and on K
street between Eighth and Ninth. A re
ply sent him c-sterday sajs that a per
mit sewer having licen constructed, the
law does not provide for the return of
A building penult was Issued yesterday
to Charles Fleishman for n two story and
basement brick dwelling at No. 821 Third
street southeast, to cost $3,000.
ErwOHTH LEAGUE NOTES.
Events, of Interest That Will Mum
The lnter-League visitation among the
local chapters of the Epworth League,
which has proven such a success, will ter
minate Sunday evening with Ryland and
Wesley M. E. Churches receiving the dele
gates. The leaders' meeting, which has been
arranged for each week by the District
first vice president, Mr. J. S. Barker,
will meet at Metropolitan M. E. Church,
Saturday evening, at 7 o'clock. The regu
lar League topic for the following evening
service will be discussed.
A new chapter has been organized at
St. Paul's M. E. Church, with Mr. II. L.
Buell, president; Mr. W. r. Roc, first
vice president; Mrs. M. N. Richardson,
second vice-president; Dr. Ada R. Thomas,
third vice president; Mis Hurst, fourth
vice president; Miss Duvall, secretary, and
Mr. M. N. Richardson, treasurer!
The District Board of Control will meet
at Foundry M. E. Church, December -1.
This will be the last offklal meeting of the
present officers, whose terms expire with
the Induction of the new officers, which
will take place early In January.
CLEVELAND WELL GUAHDE1).
Extraordinary I'ret'iiutlonx in mid
About Hie WUIto IIoiw.
"Cleveland must be protected from
cranks," said his priate tccretary, Mr.
Thurber.carly In the pre sent nimlnlstratinn
and to this end the police patrol of the
grounds of the Executive Mansion was
doubled, and unusual precautions were
taken. Yesterda, because of the wintry
weuther, the sentry boxes were replaced,'
though n slight change has been made In
their location over that of lust season.
The White House is the most thoroughly
guarded building in tl.c city. Watchmen
are en duty at all hours and I l.e grounds a re
perfectly patrolled by trusted men. On the
outside watches never less than nix po
licemen are on duty. This force commands
every approach to the premises- In ad
dition to the police, automatic alarm
signals are distributed throughout the
house, and there is direct telephonic and
telegraphio communication between the
White House, Fort Myer, Washlnglon bar
racks, and the Marino barracks.
For tlie I.oeked-Ont Men.
A grand testimonial benefit will be
given the locked out Anacostla car drivers
this afternoon and night at Odd. Fellows'
Ball, Eighth street southeast, by the
Roberts Modern Miracle Company, assisted
by members of th? Marine Band. Admis
sion, 25 cents and 35 cents. Matinee
price, lOccnts. Friendsof organized labor
are asked to assist In making the affair
a grand financial success.
DO YOU THINK THAT TAX-PAY.
ERS SHOULD GO INTO DEBT FOlt
A NEW SYSTEM OF SEWERAGE
. AND FOB STREET EXTEXSIOX
AND IMPROVEMENTS INSIDE
THE CITY I'HOl'EK?
DO YOU THINK THAT TAX-PAYERS-SHOULD
GO INTO DEBT FOR
STREET EXTENSION AND IM
PROVEMENTS OUTSIDE THE
91.25 to Baltimore and Return via
Tickets sold Saturday and Sunday, No
vember 23 and 24, valid returning until
Monday, the 2Bth; good on any train.
Open until 10 p. m.
514 9th St.N. W.
For a full dot of Washington
Belle Ciparr, 12 In box: a good
fcuiofcev jjaturday only 18c.
For n lentleman'B Linen Fin
ished Haiulfcen hlef, extra slzu rast
color border: worth 12 l-2c Sat
urday only 3c.
Gentlemen's All-wool, Natural or
Camel's Jlair Hhlrts or Drawers;
worth ?1 each. Saturday only -19c.
For a pair of Gentlemen's Extra
Heavy Koeks, guaranteed fast
bl.uk and stainless; worth 15c.
pair. Saturday only 7 l-2e.
For a Gentleman's Extra Quality
I-auudcrcil White Milrt, all sUi-a;
Regular 75e. quality. Baturday
Tor the best 4-ply Linen Collars,
all the latest shapes; 15c. qual
ity. Saturday only Oe.
Pair for Gents' Good Elastic Sus
penders; regular 20e. kind. Hat-
uruay only be.
QQo Nine hundred and five Tea Gowns,
OviU In Engl.sh doth, Bedford Cord,
Flannelette, all the dlirerent
stylea, embroidered collars, vel
vet collars and lace -trimmed col
Ijrs; ttiese goods sell elsewhere
from 1.50 tu $3.50. Special
(Tl OQ Special lot of Children's Reefers.
sPI.30 heavy-weight material, different
colors. large sleeves, douhle
breasted: regular retail price, ?5;
CO QQ Children'" Gretchen Coats, large
4ZiuO coachman cai, fur trimmed;
made of stvlisli mixed cloth: reir-
nlar retail price, 8. Saturday,
Black? Boucle and Beaver Cloth
Jackc ts; double-breasted, largest
kind of sleeves, full ripple back, t
or i; bullous: regular retail price,
39. Saturday, 4.89.
Double Cape, In best quality Ker
sey lieaver, tailor-made, velvet
or plain collar, 100 Inch sweep.
30 inches long: regular retail
price, $9. Saturday, $4.05.
Rough Boucle Cloth and Novelty
Cloth Jackets, made In the latest
style, velvet collars, 4 and 0
buttons, full ripple backs, largest
sleeves made; regular retail price,
$12. Saturday, $0.40.
Ladlcs'S.-otih Wool Plaid Waists,
libcdall through, made In the very
latest stvle. larcc balloon sleeve.
Our usual prl-e, $2.CU. Special
Blankets and Comforts.
Tor a good-sized warm Bed Coni
rorl. bjiei ldl price Saturday, 29c.
Tor n good heavy Brown Mixed
10-1 Blanket, worth $1.25. Spe
cial price for Saturday, 49c
Tor a good qualltv 10-1 Blanket
extra heavy, "worth $1.75. Sat
IT I n D ror a strictly Wool Mixed 1 1-4
sDl.Oj riUnket. handsome pink or 'blue
bonier; a, bargain at $3.25. Spe
cial Saturday, $1.59.
tT I 0 tfl TortheNew Family SewlugMa-
4 I sJ.Ull chine, all attachments Im-uuted
warranted for five years, $ 1 9.50.
Sewing Maihlnes for rent; also all makes
repaired and warranted at lowest prli-es.
Drop us a postal and our agent will call.
5 1 4 9th 'St. N. W.
Solid Oak and Mahojjany Fin
ish 30x20 top with undcr-shelf
brass claw feet. An excep
tionally finely made table. The
usual price is $3.50 Our Price,
that's all wo ask you
to da It won't take
us a Jiffy to protc to j
you tbat our
aro rthft lowest that
hnn ttfver been)
q a ore d-in. Washinc-fR
TuMithlnn i tm
ih a homo "
BS House t Herrmann,
JjiViiJ 917, 91Si 021 and 923
636 Mass. Ave.
l&Zl WBk m WU K'vSflKrSS
W8 KB 13$ Hb tr&mvl
Marketnien and Commission
Merchants Make Protest.
0BJE0T TO BEING KEM0VED
Former Say Thi-y nnveOecupled Pres
ent Space for a Century -Merchants
Declare That ClcaMngnf SIiIdivhIUk,
an Ordered, Will Completely Hreak
TJp Their lliisiiie.H.
Two delegations called on tlie Commis
sioners tegether at noon. One was the
produce dealers who occupy curb-space
and sidewalk stands at Center Market;
about forty in number; thc,other was made
up of some sixty leading commission mer
chants from Louisiana avenue. All came
to protect' against being refused further
use of public Miaee which I hey have con
sidered at their service because of lung
Tlie market men are relieved from tiie
Immediate force of the order against them
by a temporary Injunction In I he case before
Judge Bingham, but the commission men
are daily subject to arrest and the police
are to be held responsible unless arresls
are made. Accordingly the commission
men were urgent for uu immediate suspen
sion of the order which will practically be
The arrival or the two dtIigattoni at
the same time was the result of a mis
to appear on November I'.i.aa they had ar
rangiil with the Commissioners, they made
an appointment at a met ting or their own to
be heard yesterday instead. Tl.cy failed,
however, to make arrangements with the
Commissioners to that clfect. There wa
early Inquiry at Secretary TmdalPfc of
fice, whether they -would be heard and
whether Ueprescntative Wellington or Cum
lHTUnd. Md., would be proem, as cxpi ctcd.
The reply was that nothing was known ora
hearing for the marketnien, no hour had
been set and no meeting was expected.
About 11a. 111. Capt. J. 8. Miller and Mr.
J. I. Sauni cairn- from the Louisiana avenue
merchants, against whom the police moved
yesterday In repmne to the letter ad
dressed to Major Moore, by the Commis
sioners, three days ago. They were as
signed for nn audience at num.
A few inliiiitis after the hour the market
nien, headed b Hepresenlative Meredith of
Alexandria, mid their committee, accord
ing to tlie programme they had arranged
nltii Ihcinsrlrir-t marched Into the board
room, liv chance a lew minutes in advance
of the commission merchants.
Mr. Meredith brlelly introduced his consti
tuents as runners and dealers who for years
had wild mi this market and given resi
dents here the advantage of fnsh country
Mr. Wells A. Sherman, of Vienna. Va..
rend a paper urging that for a century they
and their fathers had ned the space from
which they were nliout to be excluded and
under aciR of Congress had acquired a prc
scriutli fright to It.
He pointed out that II street In fo wide that
four tennis and I wo electric cars can pass
along it abreast even when market w.-gi,ns
are backed up against the curb on bulb
sklis. Hut produce dealers who have no
curb-space Mop uutin the middle of the
street, sometimes unhitch their trams and
block the whole street. If the Commis
sioners want to fjieii the Mriet they only
need lo make this class f dealers mot eon.
The men who have spaces at the curb will
be glad to see it. The street thus cleared
will then bo as wide as Seventh or Ninth
streets without disturbing wagons at the
ONLY KNKORCING TIIK LAYV-
Col. Trucsdell .replied that the farmers
themselves had a skeil for the establishment
of the whole-ale market and the wholesale
dealer? asked that the men on the street
about Center Market be moved to the new
market. The Commissioners were simply
enforcing the law In complying Willi the
Mr. Arthur Stable of Sandy Springs.
Mil., representing hay producers, mm
plalneil that they were charged 15 cents
a load In addition to the fee for weighing
if the wagons stood at the haymarket fif
teen minutes after lielng weighed.
Commissioner Truesdell said they were
Informed this charge had leen in.ide.iK" by
the V,"ashlnglon Market Company when in
control of the hamarket. but no suth
charge had lieen made In 111.1 ny years.
Col. Triiodell then told the delegation
if they would get Congress to appropriate
money to maintain the wholesale market
no charge would be made there for weighing
hay or anything rise, but until then the
plans made must be oarried out. The
market place had lieen much Improved at
considerable expense and a roof woultl lie
provided as soon as pnhsible.
Mr. H. Uryan of Aiacostla. said it was
an unendurable hardship to be driven out
Into the rain and snow. If shelter were
provided lie was willing to go anywhero
tlie Commissioners di-olral. He cared
nothing for Center Market.
Major Powell said not half the dealers
could get under the Center Market shed.
Mr. Dryan replied that all who came
on stormy days found shtlter there. To
exclude them would cut off the market on
Mr. Meredith reminded the Commission
ers that retail men deserved as much con
sideraUon as wholesale.
Col. Ross said the board would consider
the matter carefully and would receive any
papcrsVsuhmltted. Mr. Sherman left the
paper from which, he read his argument.
The Commissioners have never shown
any purpose to recede from their order to
clear 11 street.
COMMISSION MEN'S PKOTEST.
Cnpt. 3. S. Miller spoke for the com
mission merchants. He (.aid they had
nsed the walk on Louisiana neniio for
many years. The sidewalk was forty
four feet wide -uud there was room left
forpassers. The place w.ismoren market
thoroughfare than an ordinary street.
The goods they Handled were iierishable
and It would lie impossible to do business
if they were required to keep within their
stores. He had been In the business
twenty-four year, hut if the order was
enforced tic wouIU have to try something
Mr. J. r. Saum said he had been here in
bisluess twentj-three jears. He remem
bered the time when such goods as they
haudled were all brought from the markets
of Baltimore, and were nei-essardy less
fresh when sold here than they ought to
be. The gentlemen present and represented
had established a market, furnishing
goods sold direct from farmers from all
the Stales. Including fruits from Cali
fornia. .This produce was presented fresh
and good by them.
The Commissioners had Just heard the
fanners' who came from the country, nut
these gentlemen, deserving of consideration
as they were, soldjinly 10 per cent, of the
country produce used here; the commission
merchants now liefore them sold the other
90 per rent. The Commissioners ought to
consider tbo protest the people would raise
If thlsmarkel were-eutoff, asltmustbe,if
the order were enforced.
HAVE TO TAKE WHAT CO.MES.
He made the point, that, as commission
men, they were not able to control the
quantity of goods they received. They must
take what shlpiicrs sent, and being over
crowded, must use the walk.
Mr. W. S. Hoge called attention to the
fact that IP they were obliged lo carry
goods into their stores within an hour
from its arrival, the sidewalk would bo
worse blocked than now, because there
would be a procession of truiks passing
all the time.
Col. Koss, for the board, said they would
lie. glad to look Into the matter and would
visitthe place to see what was lielng done.
Capt. Miller then resumed to say that
Thanksgiving was coming now, and It
wou!jJ..ie especially hard tu enforce the
ofder-iii the accompanying rash of busi
ness. They ought at least be given an
opportunity to notify the shippers that
they could not receive goods. He hoped
the order would be suspended pending
Col. Trucsdell said It roust be remem
bered that the' Commissioners did not
i . - , JREMARKABLE!
is First quality
I Storm Rubbers
W TODAY we shall sell all day women's first
2 quality Storm Rubbers at 39c, but this offer is for
rgj today oniv.
I ONE PAIR ONLY TO A PURCHASER.
iS: "We make this remarkable offer in order to attract
p3 your attention to the great clearance sale- of shoes which
122 is sweeping- everything before it.
m GET YOURS QUICKLY.
Kt ""C and llt'h Streets. A. LISNER.
The World's Finest
BVlN POTATOES $A
TODAY AND MONDAY OUR PRICE FOR THE
FINEST NEW YORK'POTATOES IS
3 BUSHELS FOR Sl.00
On account oi,thje tremendous business we are doing,
we cannot promise to deliver them today, but we will
guarantee that you shall get them not later than Tuesday.
. J. t. D.'PYLES.
STOKES 412 4th Street 55. E.. tor. 3d and Md. Ave. S. n, 18 7th Mrect
X. Ev 1 904 7th Street N. W., Cor. Washington and
Monroa Streets, Anacostia.
for us to ralsa, that
SI5.8S5.16, and we are
still a lonar way from hav
ing It. it won'tbe any fault
of ours If we don't get It;
we are mdkfria heroic
efforts sowing- excellent,
clothing for next to noth-Inar-
Profit by our misfor
tune and help us out at the
same time; you will never
be able to buy clothlntr'
311 7th St. N.W.
2 lb. Package best Oats
for 7 cts.
JOHNSTONS, 729-3 l-TtftSt:
make the laws; they ouly enforced tlicm.
Anions the firms represented at the
hearing were T. H.Pickford, J. B.Itedmund,
Marmailuke & Eskridge, Willis Woosler,
Price & Co., A. T. Gray, Ctinpln 4 Sacks.
W. E.Clark & Co.. Roth & Geogheea'ti.Walen
stelu Bros., F. Q. Swain, Wheeler & Co..
ncuilrlckson & Co., Andrews ACo., Bullen
AiUKeever, Comptou Bros., William HoUis.
ilany of these gentlemen were nutifled
yesterday morning that they would be
arrested unless the sidewalk was vacated.
After the hearing the Commissioners
took the case under adriscment, and It
is understood there will be a practical
suspension of the police movement till a
decision Is reached.
In Jleinorv of Mr.. YTorttilnjjton.
The Sunday-school of McKendree Metho
dist Episcopal Chcrch, Massachusetts ave
nue, between Ninth and Tenth streets
northwest, will devote a part of the hour
Sunday morning .to a memorial service,
In memory of the late W. S. Worthington.
.The school recently purchased a new
piano and will give a grand concert and
piano recital, Tuesday, December 3,. Mr.
William Southard, the piano soloist, will
be assUted by some of the best local talent
in the city.
DO TOTJ THINK TIUT TAX-rAY-ERS
SHOULD GO INTO DEBT. FOH
A NEW SYSTEM OF SEWEUAGE
AND FOR STItEET EXTENSION
AND IiirnOVEMENTS' INSIDE
THE CITY IMIOI'ER?
DO YOTJ THINK THAT TAX-PA Y
HBS SHOULD GO INTO DEI1T FOlt
STREET EXTENSION AND IM
L. H. WIEMAN. Agent,
216 lOthSt. N.W.
Yourself by paying- cash for
your clothing- when we are
willinir to give you cred it?
or let your
you will not
It isn't as
you no in
terest at all. We think 3-ou
are entitled to credit. If you
dress well you will get on
better in life..
Men's stylish suits.
Mcn'sflns Dress Sultr $ I U.UU
Men'avery handsome Ot - C J fl flfl
Ladies' stylisli Cloth Jackets.. VU.ZQ
Ladles' Sna Astrakhan Cap:s . j . J 0
Ladles' Tery fine Cloth Jackets 4l.uU
CASH OR CREDIT.
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415 7th St. N.W.
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