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THE TIMES, WASHITOST SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 3 897.
Ready for th
Cold weatiier at last aud you can't put off btiying
the lieavj- suit overcoat and underwear any longer.
The next thing- to settlers where you can best tuy
Quality considered there is no house in Washington
that can match our prices.
We are well aware that every merchant makes the
same claim but we have these good reasons to sub
FIRST We are manufacturers you buy
from us almost as cneap as a merchant buys
from a jobber.
SECOND We have three big stores one in
Baltimore one in Atlanta and this one. We
need immense quantities to supply them and
consequently gain big concessions from the cloth
mills on account of the vast quantities we use.
THIRD There isn't a firm hereabouts with
as much ready capital as we have. We pay spot
cash for every dollar's worth we buy and as
cash buyers, can practically make our own terms.
So you see it's no-idle boast with us we've got the
facilities and it isn't any wonder that our prices are a
Remember! We only handle reliable qualities and
there isn't a dollar's worth of merchandise in this store
that we're afraid to stand behind and guarantee.
We're iiroud of oar 7.uO
line of Men'-. Suit', and Top
Ooni. We Imven't een bet
ter el-ewliere it SI U and
iUpj'im- -well worth t. They're
the iik est fitting t-leanp.t
made low-priced garments
ou ever mv and if -ve
didn't do the making our
five., SIO -would he our
jirit e, too.
50c a gurtnent for Extra
JTeavv - weight Fleece-lined
Shirts aud lruwi 75c a
gnimeiil for Wright" Health
Underwear 73e. a garment
foi 3-4 Natural Wool and
?1 a garmeut for All-vvoul in
white inmel'x hair or nat
uil gray. That's what we
cull cri lug jou your inonev
Tth and E Sts. H. W.
Ho Branct Store ia Washington.
BOCKER A truly wonderful bargain,
mahogany finished frame, cobbler scat;
neversells fr ii-i. tbm s?i. viiri-o-
daysaleprice .' $l,OS
"You Are Welcome to Credit."
f - Another of the
L&nsburgh Furniture Co.'s
Famous ThreeDay Sales
We still say it: We defy competition. When you inves
tigate the splendid quality of our goods (for we keep nothing
but the highest grade), and then compare such prices as
these with others, you will acknowledge with the rest that
our prices are unapproachable. These special prices last
until Wednesday night. If you prefer to have the goods
charged we will willingly do so. These cuts are exact
reproductions of the goods.
LADIES" DESK Host fascinating,
solid polished oak. well-finished iiWIde
and out. French legs. Cheap at S5.
Three-day bale price S3. 65
SIDEBOARD Splendid 1-root side
board, with quartered oak top, 40-18
shaped French plate betel mirror, cast
brass trimmings. Cheap at our Tegular
price. $27450 Three-da y sale
United Stales Electric Lighting
Company Obtains a Permit.
CAPT. f HOMAS IS DELIGHTED
The OomiiRiiy Will Immediately Et
teiid 11-. Conduit T"rom K Street
to Columbia Height -T-uter ft
Xunfbei or Other Extension llnj
Be Mflc in Northern Suburb.
The ComnfK9lonex liad an extra after
noon hearing enterday after tlie dose
r or the day at the Dfrtricj, bqildlng, and
decided to grantthe United State Electric
Lighting Compaii J Ja permit lo la vits
d-nt on Klatli street, from 'K Street to
Capt Tfiotnas, of the eompanj, had re
ceived ai tnUniwUou from somewhere
that th- Comsiloner -would probablj
tike the u alter up and decide it, and he
waited at -out the l.u4dlug expectantly
for some tin e rrr ihe Conuniwionerfc
went JuU. tK trftr4 iohi.
When the nw-cMng broke up lie "went into
niiiiihMouer Wight' room and had
jjuitx an vxu "Jt i .wiif t nut -Willi tJtat
gcarttewwui "tt Iteti lie came out there -was a
fine &mile on his face
The Commissioner-, later annoutioed the
Hit I'ei Are A4f W&lard'r IJofr
Is Treating More Cases
of Chronic, Nervous,
Skin and Blood
Diseases Than Any -
Other Physician in
Uan K iou arc suffering from
I . o J r nit --..
""Q "W utio lli:j.rsilli f-l UJJlUllfSS,
i mc uuirmur uutillCU ior SlUUV OI
business, jou shouid take ireiitnuict rrom
this noted specialist before it is too late
Middeged aia iJj hien Sss&s
of you troubled with weak. aching backs,
and kidneys, and other unmistakable signs
of nervous debllitj. Manv die of this
trouble, ignorant or the oau&e. Tlie nM,
obstinate cases of this clianicu-i are treated
-with unfailing success. $5 a monUi
Treatment and medicine.
33ally offlco hours, 10 to n: Sundav, 10
to 12; .Monday, Wednesday. Thuredav" imd
Saturday evenings, 6 to S.
douMCB reached, -which was that the
have no jurisdiction in the matter Under
the law jtaxsed bj Congivbb this jear the.
stale that the eompanj explicitly is
granU'd the right to extend its Ninth
street conduit a desired, and aUo any of
itsotheruuoumplcted northbound co ndul1 a to
the noiieni suburbs
Uad thislaw they bslieve t'tatther may
only indift to the company where the
cuiiduU may be laid, and see that it ib laid
aeoording to regulations
The dcitp is coiibidered by the United
Sui5e Company as a most important one,
a it opeuw up to fch.e torn pany all the north
em Miburb". and alto it is thought the
Tvbole ot Ninth tretit as well.
The pyrmit wdl be issued early this week
it is believed.
Capt Thomas was neen by a Times re
lorter ia night and asked "what he pro
poed to do with his permit. He stated
licit he -will begin to lay the conduit im
mediately. He had nothing to .say about
the uiiurinpleh d conduits or the comjuiny
on Jther Mrceih in the section or which
there are -veral.
Thtre has leen quite a stubborn fight
nmde by tne Potomac Electric Lighi and
Tower Compare against the grunting of
Ortf permit hen it was applied for, the
ComroJsianen submiLtcd the appliviation
to the attorney for the District, Mr. S. T
Thomas, for hit opinion. Both electric
hphl Companies then filed briefs of their
ConteniKiu with nim. Last week he re
turned the application with the opinion
that it should be granted for the reasons
now given b the Commissioners.
UHAKTED F1VK DAW Jliir:.
Cniitl HniUav CmipnnyV Hoad
Mnsl Ib rinihed Xrxt Sutunlny.
Tlie Capital Ilaihvaj Comp.inj nled .is
ploiif, surej- a.nd maps or tin Overlook
InA branch of its road yestcrdaj with the
DiEtriet Commissioners. Tile route is fnmi
tne Hoc of tl'e Capital Railwaj Cornp.m;
at ilonroeand Harrison streets, -Anac-ostia,
via Good Hope to the Havcmcjer property
The Brovi underaround system of the
ro3d on Uiissidoor the navy .jnrd bridge
is being rushed through. Owing to tlie
long rainy spell tlie Coinmlbiioners jes
tcrla granted the company five dajr,'
extension, or until November 0, for it
The hcw system is being put in by John
hov. A. Co., of JclnisUwn, la The com
pany has $15,000,000 upital and ere
ploys 3,000 men. They hae made tlu
Capital Jlalhvay woik special and havo
given It right of way over all
other work in their -Shops. The Johnson
Comppnv sr,s it i the qukkest work
Utat ever ent through their shops, on
account ot tnc iequiicment of the Com
niissionci; ts ti ihe date of completion
Anti-saloon I.etigueS Ilenrinij.
A committee composed of Mr. Jumes L
Ewin, president of the Anti-saloon League
A. II. BhoamhVer, attorney of the league
Rev. P 1). Power, Andrew Wilson and Mrs
Ii. A . Gillenwater, or the legislative com
mlttee or the league, had a hearing before
tne excise beard yesterday morning at 10
o'clock Tlie nature of tlie hearing eonIO
i cit be learned, Jit. tlip board sat with closed
doors, but ii is said that a surprise will
fiKin lv sprung on a number of unsuspect
Wn TTA VR Kitrnrnnifirfnfnc fnv liritau a.i
gentlemen; investigate them. EX-,
v.u.v.viii ouutidu, i-i. liiin uw rt
FOR SALE To buy or ell stores quick
sco HU.ViER & BROS., Commercial. 610
F w. ocl-3t
LAMPS -We've fullv 50 steles of thfl
celebrated Rochester Lamps for jou to
select from plain or decoiated globes,
or silk shades. Many remakabl liand
All tne latest stjles and noveJUeare
represented prices range from 53.00 up.
You are probably collecting them; or if not, some member of your family
or some friend of yours is. They cost you nothing, and you can see for yourself
what sort of presents you get for the requisite number of stamps. Surely they
are worth the trouble of asking for. If you are not collecting yourself give them
to some one who is. It's like getting 10 per cent off your purchases.
We give Trading
with each cash
Our prices are the lowest in the land ana we add to the wonder of our bar
gains by giving stamps to all who ask for them. Be sure to get yours at the time
of purchase, as we keep no record of whom we give them to and cannot give
any out afterward. For every 10c worth purchased you are en
titled to one. Start collecting right now if you have not already done
so; it's a good way of getting some handsome presents without paying a cent for
them. "We have made thorough investigations into the company's methods and
can safely recommend them.
BOOK CASE Solid polished oak , open
front. It is marked 5 GO. Three
day sale price $3.15
rr riiVi 'l rf
s3Berm j & " g? j
CHAMBER &L1TE-A n.agniricent
value solid polished cak -serpentine
top 30x24 bevel mirror The marked
price is $25 00. Three-da sale
ftp . fifRwrf 11
TARLOR SUITE -Mahogany finishel
seat Regular price is $25.00. Only
a limited numberof'hese Three
day sale price ... $1S.85
Lansburgh Furniture Co
1226 IF1 Street.
CHINA CLOSETS A mas
ulticent one, stanils u feet o
inches lilgh. 4 feet wid. swell
sides polished quartered oak
frame The regular price Is
$27 50 Tnree-diiyale
price , SX-9.Sf5
ished oak, with 5 large
drawers, or with hat box.
A $0 value Three
day sale price ..S5.85
TABLE A charming liUle ma
hogany finish table, -nith brass
claw feet, -i-lnch top, under
shelf. A regular $2 value.
Three-day sale price.. $i,28
Tliree uiffcrent btyles
solid oak mahog
any finish, or tlie
green $1 00 is the
Three day sale
6-FOOT EXTENSION TABLE -Solid
polished oak, cenlerleg. JCeverfldfor
laws than $0.00. Three-day sale
5 ........ t
i f ? Tt ? TV ?.
i J III
f 1 9
g g s a 1 a c s ;
BEDS Vhlte Enamel Beds, 1 1-8-inch
puete-salia braes "know, all sixes.
A regular $6 quality. TAiee-day sale
X t" H ft . "
CORKER CHAIR -A very pretty one
mahoiraiiy finisS frame upholstered
in fine Uk damask, m 5 dKTereuLeoiors.
A $0 00 value. Three-day sale
TOO LATE FOU CLASSIFICATION-.
ttAMEII-A respectable colored girl from
country wants work as cook or nurse
will stay nights, rea. rjlAXCEri REED,
325 bouth Carolina ave. se. ooJl 3t
WANTED To buy- a baby carriage must
bo in perfect condition, and reasonable.
Address L. D.. 1008 Va me. -sw. It
WAXTED A teacher of seventeen j ears'
experience would like a class in mathe
matics or to prepare for cHll serwee ex
aminations; terms reasonable. Address
EXPERT, tills office. oc31-3t
WANTED One or two unfurnished looms
for ue of parlor, dining-room and bed
room furnituie and carpets, or -would sell
furniture. 222 3d st. nw. oc31-3t
WANTED- toung white woman, Protest
ant, "without Incumbrances, as working
housekeeper for widower, mechanic, with 2
children. Addiess GOOD HOME, this or
ANTED -A partner with $200 ca sir good
profit; no loss. Address II A. L., this or
WANTED Bookbinder desires a lady ex
perienced for jobwork: sewing; on the
bench. Address BOOKBINDER, this of
WANTED By a white woman, a place
to eook, -wash, and iron. Address. I. C ,
this office. oc31-3t
WANTED Drher for milk -wagon; one
with experience preferred. B19 N. Y.
ave. nw- w ' oc3l-3t
WANTED Seamstresses tRrk on ladies
cloaks and suits. Apply v.fanager Cloak
Department, SAKS &
GO TO BENLAP to buy ot sell out a
business quick BUSINESS BROKER,
90G T St. oc31-3t
WANTED Ladies and young men to learn
operate cvpewriiei; S15, machine frpe
when proficient. Address J. C E.,thK
SILVER and gold I have none but I do
select the best help in the city, male and
female: Tree of charge. MRS. MOORE
30S G st. nw. oc31-3fc
WANTED By intelligent beginner, position
as stenographer; can make himself use
ful at any other kind of -work small salary.
Address BEGINNER, this office. oc31-3t
WILL- beTeady for table boarders ar $2 50
per week, 717 Oth st. nw . on Xov. 2. It
EELP of all kinds, with best rcrcremes,
furnished free. NATIONAL EMPLOY
MENT BUREAU, 441 G st. nw It
ALL HELP fiirnishedfree: prompt response;
telephone 1206. EXCHANGE BUREAU,
iil 13th nw. it
E. Oct. 19, se. corner 8U1 st. and Pa.
ave. se.; could not go, Tvasick; appoint
.auothcr time and give some nddrens. Ad
dress UKOX, this office. It
FOR SALE Liverv stable doing a busi
ness of $G00 or $700 per month Ad
dicts J., care carrier 11 oe31-2t
FOR SALE Barber shop In tlie heart of
the business" reenter of the cit, fin
chance to secure-a good business. Ad
dress J., care carrier 11. oc31-2t
FOU SALE 90S N Y &c, for want of
space, pier mirror, cak lwdroom suite.
arm chair and toilet sets It
FOR SALE A lot of DEWING MACHINE.?
wc have taken m exchange for NEW
"DOMESTICS," such as Siugers, Wheeler
.& Wilson'- Improved, Dbms' Improved.
New Homes, Domestic., etc . from $6 up,
all in perfect working order and war
ranted At AfE REACH'S, 7th and H
sts. We give trading stan p-. oc31-3t
FOR SALE A dajton -wagon: in good
order, cheap. Call at 614 10th -a. ne.
THE PATTERSON G33 I st. nw., 3d
door from 7th. single rooms, $25, or
t-wo in a room, $40 per mo, southern ex
posure, steam heat throughout. It
FOR SALE Grocery store clean, fresh
stock; attractive fixtures, landlord trades,
out the rent; will m11 at invoice or $350
cash. DUNLAP, 900 F ht oc31-3t
FOR SALE Part of a lot In Rock Creek
Cemetery; at a -very Teasonaule price.
Address OWNER, this ofil'ce. oc3l-3t
TOR SALE 10 decojs: with anchors.
$2.50. 1529 8th st. nw.; at any time.
FOR SALE Barg.iius in grocery, cigar,
and drug stores. also lunch rooms. COM
MERCIAL, 510 F nw. oc31-3t
FOR RENT 1322 13th st.nv ;unfurnlshed
3d floor; 3 rooms; front; single or en
suite; heat; bath; gas. oc31-3t
FOR SALE Lunch room at the terminus
well-patronized street car line; dailv sales
25; rent onlv$15, extraordinary bargain.
DUNLAP, 900 F at. oc31-3t
FOR SALE Cigar stoic, controls de
partment trade exceptional opiortunit
to secure pajing stand; price, $200 DUN
LAP, 906 F St. oc31-3t
FOR SALE Gigar and stationery store In
southeast section of city. Call M. L.
COLLARD, 932 Fa. ave. nw. oc31-3t
$375 WILL buy fine lunch room, doing
good business, first-class location: near
Government and laige office buildings.
COMMERCIAL, 510Fst nw. oc31-2t
MME. MOLAN, trance medium, 802 7th
st nw., heances Monday and Thursdav
nights, clalrvojant sittings daili; 50c and
$.1, circles, 20c; names given. Formerlv
Of 002 H st. ne. oc31-5t
LOST Saturday evening, Octobei 30, a
black pocketbook, containing a small
sum of money und sprue jajiers, the latter
or no value to an j one but the owner. A
suitable reward will be paid for its re
turn to this office.' it
PROF. CLAY-OIdest established clairvoy
ant advertising in this city; consult him
on business, lawsuits, divorce, speculations,
bcparatioiis, love or family troubles; ran
tell you .uii thing 30U wisli cikuow . hriims
separated husband and wife together;
makeb sweetheart or lover true; causes
marriages; removes bpells or mjslerlous
feelings, iriv es luck; ree, 50 cents; hours. 10
to lo daily. 489 II st s,v. oc31-3c
J A. BREEN t CO., Brokers, have moved
from rooms 3 and 3 A , Sun Building,
to 1335 Fst , Adams' Building. It
FOR RENT Large and small rooms; In
home of refinement: appointments first
class; table board, $17 per mo. 1212 K
st. nw. oc31-3t
TOR RENT Furnished; one or two rooms
on the parlor floor; terms reasonable.
Apply to 821 9th st. nw. It
A PROFESSIONAL retoucher will tench
a limited number of pupils. Address
BOX 21, this office. oc31-3t
FOR RE Nicely-furnkhed room, $1.50
a week; also an elegant rront room;
board if le-ired: near E. Capitol st. cars,
Library and Capitol. 12 Gth st. ue.
FOR RCNT-G-room brick house; all mod.
imps . rent $16 jier month. 205 R st.nw.
FOR RENT-3 fur. or nnfur. rooms; iM
rioor; bath; rurnace heat. 11 K st. nw.
FOR RENT -For light housekeeping; 3 ex
ceptlonallv large unrur. rooms: heat, bath
and iras: on 2d floor. Apply 110 Dit.nw.
TOR RENT-2 2d floor front rooms; fur.
or unfur.; with or without Iward; jmsand
heat; convenient to cars and herdic lines.
Apply 811 21st st. nw. oc31-3t
FOR RENT Store, 301 4 1-2 st. sw., suit
able for any kind of business: chean rent
Inquire on premises. oc31-3t
FOR RENT 921 G st. nw., two rooms on
the -first floor; also 100ms on second
floor; all conveniences. It
FOR RENT Near Capitol; 218 N. J ave.
jiw., nicely fur. 2u-floor front room; also
back room; suitable for light housekeeping.
TOR RENT Newly Tur. rooms with board,
$4.50 per week; table board, $3 per
week. 817 8th st. nw. oc31-3t
TURN TOUR RENT into purchase money,
home bought or built for you; to be paid
tor in monthly installments, not to exceed
rent: do not Tail to look it up. Address
NEW YORK CO., this orflce. oc31-3t
FOR RENT Dining rooms, centrally lo
cated; heat and gas furnished: references
required. Apply at 458 C st. nw.
BOOMS- nnrthwisf ar In flpmnnrt- li5iv.
you any io spare? We can lent them
IJIIIUK. Jl.JkUIJ.Al CI li DUUDAUi 121. 13111
i-UfSN1V4-yL0JR-Ml- MAMIE Y.
TAYLOR and Mr. L W. WILSON, or
Washington, D. C , were married at the
o.: ,r.HarPaK''' Vienna, Md.. October
jib, 1S9i. The ceremony was performed
y .t.ne ,J:cY- c M- Cullum. broUier-in law
oi the bride- The bride was dressod in
cadet blue and carried a bunen of chrysan
themums, tied with white satin ribbon. It
(By Mother and Sisters.)
It was a year ago today
When her spirit took it flight
To a world of everlasting day,
So beautiful and bright
"In thy clert, oil, rock oT ngeO
Was tlie last hymn that she sung,
AMieii our Heavenly Fathprcalledhcr-t-ald,
"My servant, thou, well done.''
I will ne'er forget the hour,
In reaching out her hand,
"Soon from trouble aud rrom sorrow
1 11 be free in that blest land."
Then, -welcome to eternal rest.
From pain and trouble Tree,
Where angels are forever blest
1 roin death gained liberty.
Oh, how I long to see vour race,
To liear your voice so dear.
1 11 trust in God to meet nmiln. -By
-orvincr Miii Willi fear.
It BT HER DAUGHTER BLANCH.
MASTBROOK-On the 30th of October.
1897. at 10 a, m.. CHATRCNE MAST
BROOK, beloved Tvife of H. J. Mastbrook,
, 15l'"er1 Private, from her lite residence,
116 New- Jersey avenue northwest.
November 2, at 2 p.m.. No flowers. (St.
Louis, Mo., and Louisville, Ky., uaiiera
please copy.) J ' lt
Deaths were reported at the health office
up to 12 m. October 30, 1897. as follows
Annie Tlbbs 64 years
Edith I.Jackson l vp.ir
Elsie Kooh Mitchell 1 year
Thpmns rendergest 64 wears
Edith M. Callanan 0 years
George Rldgley J veSrs
Alice Johnson I years
Michael Elroy Tlieolere 9months
J. wilieim: lee.
332 Pn. Ave. IN. W.
Flrst-clusis service. 'Phone, 1385.
DANCING Waltz and two-step a special
ty; no classes; pupils taught pnvatelv-;
rancy and character dances taught; juve
l1!??"1! adults- MISS MARIE LEON
ARDO, 619 ii st. nw oc3lTGt
THOIIAS BOWLING & CO.,
CHANCERY SALE OF ONE FIFTH TJX
DiyiDED INlLKEbT AND E.-TATBON
R ST. (FORMERLY 5TH ST), NHAlt
vJJ?-T-,i-F.UIJM.?ULY MARKET STJ.
By Mrtueor a decree of the supreme court
or the District of Columbia, passed In
cause or John H. Lis against John U.
Boarmau and other-j. rciuit No. ir;,7S3.
the undersigned, as trustee, will otrer or
Ole i i tit tFIAl. IHr. 11TH DAY
OTrW' A- ,D 97. A.T 40
.?,.P?K Km iU one fifth (1-5) umUvlded
Julereet and eetate In and to the rail
estate dfsCribel In sa,u cause, situated m
C.-oigetow-ntiiow iiartor Washington City)
District or Columbia, and known a- mrt
or Bcattv V Hawkins additiou to said
Georgetown, beginning Tor the ane ac
a iKjint on the norm side or 5th st. (now
R sU, distant one hundred aud eujhty-three
reet west rrom the northwest corner .it
5th (now R k.) and Market (now 33d
sts., and running thence west on said 5th.
IR ar.) twenty feet, thence north at nirht
angles to said 5th (R st.) one hundred and
ruty feet, to rear line of aid lot. thence
east twenty reet, and thence south one hun
dred and nrty feet to the ieginning, to
gether with tlie buiIdingsandimproement3
nelongmg. Terms or tale- One-third cash,
balance in two equal payments or six and
twelve months, with t per cent interest;
from day of sale, for which purchaser or
purchasers shall give promissr.ry notes
with Interest, or all cash, at option of
purUia-er of purcnasers, no deed "iven
until all purchase .money and interest bo
paid. A deposit or S100 will be reuulr-d
at time or ssile. Conveyancing at costs of
purchasers. Tenns or sale mu,t be eoiii
plied with within fifteen days after sale.
otherwise property will be ie-ddcrtiied
aud resold at cost and risk of defaulting
W ILLIAM J. MILLER, Trustee
oc30 a&rtB 4SU LmisHiira ave.
NOTIICE-The public is notified not to
purchase Fowler Bicycle No. SlBSff Aa
Iti sour property and will be taken wherever
round JO.NEb A: BURR, 513 9th "tfwr'
ocabitSiny Uml F,eetwlnS U'CiduT
TI!f:iv,i.WAN u"scians of the District
or columbio are earnestly Invited Urot
le"u iJieetlng to be held at 30 StT4t.
nw ., Tuesday, November 'J. at 1030 air.
businesjor vital importance to the prred
slon will be considered. luem
S?S?rf !' NOTICE -Garboge will he Col
lected twice a week from November 1
conusor15' J0S,,UA X' ffS)
W ASHINGTON, D. C , Oct. 1Q, lSS7-T0ie
busines-, ncretorore conducted by Rflf
Bavis and J. B. Wilnm, at 030-632 fat h
st. ne , as R. h. Davi5 & Co , has hTslhiy
been disso ved by mutual consent: the
business will be continued by J. B Wllin
who will collect all debts, and pay all ln-oc2b-n2te.n
" DAVIS J- WLSOX