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TB.ID TIKES, WASHINGTON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1897.
Good, honest fabrics honestly
made. Stylish in cut and pattern
Perfect fitting and of extraordi
nary durability. At $4, $5, $6,
$7.50 and $8-50. A big variety of
the newest Checks, Plaids, plain,
solid colors and Scotch Mixtures.
All sizes 3 to 16 years.
Overcoats and Reefers, too
enough to supply nearly all the
boys in" Washington all good
ROBINSON &GHEEY CO.
'12th and F Sts. N. W.
TluTe will be a das reunion at Ha res'
Iiaj'.iitr & each my, 710 tolslli street , on
1 he Washington Cohge for Young Ladies
ha jfsued invitations to u recital next
(i Blaras. an Italian vender, was fined
?5 osterday for obstructing hc itreet
vith a push cart.
Mr Jnnu T DuBois, American consul
gtneral to Switzerland, will sil for his
uoM r duty on Tuesday next.
Rev. Howard Wilbur Ennis has betfn ap
girted ohaplaln of the First Regiment
of the District National Guards.
A oement. sidewalk is to le laid on Joliet
PtreU. iHitli sides, lietween Connecticut
uvonne and the Zoological Park.
11. A. Fellows lias purchased the interest
of .Mr. Iturr, of the firm of Burr Jou-s.
bicycle dealeis uu Ninth street.
Bernard Leishear, a bahketmaker, ,vas
given ninety days b Judge Scott in the
police Court yesterday for vagrancy.
The roadway of Thirtieth street, be
tween M and Olive streets, is to be closed
t Iraffic during the construction of me
ia-a lsrout, colored, forty-three jears old,
drove into n unguarded excavation at
Fourteenth and V meets about noon cs
tf day. and broke lier left ankle.
1 he CoufliMKueri or the District luv e
been rehiring from tJie goernurofari
iHh states during the last fw days copu &
of their Thanksgiving proclamations.
Edward JJroiikN John "Walters- Alovsius
Itrtrtkb, Odie Uorsey, Louis Tabbs and
Jc hn Bradley were given fifteen days
ea li yesterday for disorderly assembly.
Mr. Hwry II Sinitli, ex-journal clerk of
the House of Representatives, has lert
for Galen Hall, &u Atlantic City sanitarium,
ft-r treatment for nervous debility and a
Thotnao Young, a night-watchman, dieil
TluiMlay evening from blood poisoning.
Urtgbt on by an operation performed to
wSrt.-ve aim of cancer. Mr. Young was well
V:ko'u in thib city.
IfetH Sknrinat., of No. 1531 Muricn
Ha eel northwest, reporteil yeterday tliat
&tBeoe entereil a titled in the rear of his
lvowe Thursda y and Mole a boy't express
Tlie executive board of the KnighU of
Xidiwr heKJ two tension, yesterday, at
HotuUjoarters, No. 43 B street, but nutnliig
-wih given to the press. Another meet tug
-wih be lKld today
Mi David L. Gltt, of this city, delivered
at IvUMmoro, at Denton Ball, on Thurtda
e ei.mg. a lecture on "Alaska, and the
(old Regions' with illustrations bv
Aru't L. M. Tomer, of this city.
Jan "Woodlej entered suit yesterday fox
ui 'u from ber husband, John "Woodlej
TtietiiUHen name of tlie petitioner wat Jane
Pnxt, and he and Woodley were married
at BufXWo Springs, Va.. April 10, 1890
George C Alrinr was given 180 days
in tlie w-irKhoue for vagrancy yestcrday
for lutviBg made improper proposals i :
Melina 4'kson and Mamie Smith, liotis
ooinrrd, at t heir house in Freeman'balley
Ctu.iie H. Martin, a soldiei at Fort
Myej. ad a deserter, wh arrested lal
night by PoHeeinan Donovan and turned
river to hte brother soldier, who escorted
Min hack to the guardhouse under arms.
Mr. Arthur W. Campbell, wlio ha" bee.i
uavetfjig throimh the outh for th par
dtght months, hat, returned to his home in
tiilR sicv, and hit. numerous friends will be
gittrt to learn that the trip hab greatly im
pnrted Mb health .
B. & O. BULLETIN.
BaMuiore and -eturn, 1 00. All train-,
Jh troth direction-, next Sunday.
Philadelphia awl return, $2.00. 7 05
aMd 9 a. in trainb going, valid for return
oh all regular trah-b Sunday. nolS-tf
IIKLPIXG TILE IXDIANS.
3!potln of Hie IVusliinstun .Vuiil-
tivy AVomritM National AsNUcintlon.
A largely altendeil and interesting meet
ing of I'tte "Wat-hingt-on Auxiliary, W oinan's
Netiouxl Indian AbMjciut ion, wa.s held yes
tuoilay m the Sanaa y-sciiool room of tlie
Chair h of the Covenant. The procoedingb
wore onrtcted by the president, Mrs.
Mr. J S. Standley, representing the
Cliri-1 w trtbe or Indians, addrebied tne
The Government, he eaid, had decidd
t- ftel to the Choctows the priI
l.e, or citi7eiibiilp and now wab the
time Tor the friend, of the Indian to came
forward and prepare them for the privi
lege wlifch would be granted them.
Liqwrts were made bj the UOrtburer,
Mrs,. Roea "Wright Smith, and correH.mad
iug secretary, Mrs T 11. Alexander.
MrR M E. C . 'WillHir wa cliosen rep
rutcntatitve of the Jr.cal branch to the au-noHj-oonventifip
of the association, which
"WW meet In Brooklyn, N. Y , T)ecemier
12, 1 and 14.
TO CUItE A COLT) IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Broiuo Quinine Tablets. All
lruggiEtfe refundthemonej if It failsto cure.
25c. Tliegenuinehas L.B. Q on each tablet
1 fiSrGase of 24 bottles only $1.
- Drop us a postal or tele--phone
2154 and we'll de--liver
you a case of our fa--mous
-4'Rub3r" Lager promptly.
are made of pure Hops and
Malt properly aged
and are famous for their
brilliancy and delightful
flavor. The former is
light, the latter is dark.
F Sir. N
Brewery Co., SB'
4Tt4 $$$$ t-4W
ploy cold weather.
Well provided with a good overcoat or a coin- p
fortable cape or Jacket cold weather is enjoy-
able delightful. Now is the time to buy T
your clothing, so that you may get the full
enjoyment out of it. "Welcome the cold T$
weather with a fitting garment. No need for J
delay. Your credit is unquestioned, even at
these cut prices-. J5j
Extra Fine Seal Tlush Cape,
full sweep, fur trimmed. "Worth,
$9.00. For $4.48
Children's Sljlish Short Pants
Suits good material SSc
Good "Kersey Cloth Cape, nicely
trimmed in fur $1,48
Handsome Astrakhan Cape,
baudbonidy trimmed in fur.S3.98
415417 Seventh St.
S Stern's, "904" Seventh.
No slight snips either, but great big-, deep cuts that
will mate it worth your while to come down town for a
visit to our store alone. You are bound to want dry
goods and today is the time -to buy, because we are
making it a special bargain day.
Great Corset Sale.
15 doz. only regular 48c Corsets,
in white and drab, for this bale only,
20 doz. Fine Corsets, In white,
black and drab, during this sale, at
All R. & G. and C. B. Corsets dur
ing this sale, below regular prices.
Capes, Coats, Blankets, Comforts,
"Underwear, etc., at startling re
ductions. HONOHING LANGSTON'S MK'ilORY
Hesolution Adopted by Taw Student,
of Howard TJniverssIty.
The students of Howard University Law
Department held a Joint session of all the
classes Thursday n'glit for the purpose of
P ying a. iriitute of respect to the memory
of Hon. John M Langton. Prof. B. F
LeighUm, the dean of the department, pre
Mded. A comniittiMj which was appointed
to draw up resolutions expressing the bi u
dentb' regard for Mr. Langston, consisting
of Hon. II P. Cheatham. Mr. R. II Getty
and Mr. M Grant Lucas, reported the fol
lowing, wl'tth were un.inittu uhly adopted
Whereas in the mysterious ordeiingsof
God's providence our country has been de
prled of one of its most distinguished
Whereas we, the students of Howard
Urler'ity law deputment, while af
f ectiouately revcrenclngr his memory ab tho
founder and formerdean of this department
desire to express our appieclation for his
great ability and our love and veneration
Tor his personal worth;
Resolved, That in the death of John M.
Laugston our country has lost a fearless
statesman, a faithful and upright public
servant, a scholarly and distinguished
lawyer, a good ciUzen and a man whose
deeds are an Imperishable monument;
Resolved, That our young men have lost
a friend whose Intercourse was always In
structive, helpful and kindly; whose gen
erous Impulses found their expression in
benevolent acts, and whose distinguished
career and patriotic devotion to his race
future generations may well strive to
Resolved, That we tender to his bereaved
Let 'em jump.
Boys will be boys, and will go out of
their way to get into water puddles jump
fences and do other tilings for the sola
Surpofce, apparently, or wearing out tueir
hoes. There is but one way to get even
witl such boys. Thcj- require exei else,
so buy them a pair of these II. S &
Jt.V Satin Oil Calf "cast-iron" Shoes.
Made stronger than the
nmn't iii(.f, for bov-totlirh-
ness. Sizes 13 to 5 l-Ii, and
belong at 2.50. "SVe are
min. i ttt no n " I on f 1 r"
vr".. ":"...:..... :.".. w a s
ROCKER'S, s939spld Avee.
Ladies' Tine Taney Cloth Jack
Men's All-wool Cheviot Suit,
very stylishly made $6.95
Men's Fine Kerrey Cloth Over
coat, the latest cut $10.00
English All-wool Children's
15c. Wool MRS qc
19c. Cashmere Gloves 13c
10c. Silver-mounted Side Combs.sc
19c. Ribbed Vests 13c
15c. Infants' Bootees 30
35c. Infants' Cap-3 23c
8c. Towels 4C
5c. Towling Crash 3 i-20
Cc. Domet Flannel 0
29c. Table Linen 2ao
8c. Doylies 4C
19c. Side Satchels loc
family oursinceresympathy and condolence
and that a copy of these lesolutions be
picsented to them as an expression of our
respect and esteem; be it further
Resolved, That when this meeting shall
be at an end we do adjourn outof respect
to the memory or the late John M.Lnngston
Bon. H. P. CHEATAM.
Mr. R. H. GETTY.
,. Mr. M. GRANT LUCAS.
23" - Committee.
Pensions to DIfctriet Citizens.
Pensions -were granted to District people
jestcrday as follows: RestoraUon and in
crease, Timothy Hynes; reissue, John J
I.ef mre by Judge Hiclteulooper.
A very ip.tercbting and instructive lecture
was gieu by Comrade Judge Hickealooner.
of Garfield Post, No. 7, Department of t it
Potomac, G. A. R., at the hall of Garfield
Tost, No- 419 Tenth street northAvest.
last Wcdncsdayevening, to a very large and
appreciative audience. The subject was
"What I Saw in Europe," and was illus
trated throughout by stereopticon views oy
Mr. Bentley P. Murray, and prefaced by .1
few remarks as to the daily routine life"or
a passenger crossing the Atlantic on the
ocean greyhound, the City of Paris.
lo prevent colds; Rublnl's Pills, the gieat
preventive against pneumonia, pleurisy,
bronchitis, cold" In the head, etc. Wash
ington Homeopathic Pharmacy, 1007 H
street northwest. No branches. Tele
phone, 1G05- noS-tf
The like you have never seen before!
Thousands and thousauds of Suits and Over
coats that must be sold! Prices cut to pieces!
You can't begin to match such prices any-
"Men's Kntin-ihieri Over
coats Silk Velvet Col
lata lap seams velvet
pockets the blgge&t bar
gam ou carta
D ouble-bi eusted
black and bio
Men's Kersey Over
coats nil shades made
of magnificent mateiial
and tailored in the most
Men' 8 Chinchilla Over
coats, black and blue
splendidly made Abk to
Men's Clay-lined Over
coats heavy satin sleeve
lining law edge-made
of the "very tinest ma
t cilai fully Worth
Hundreds of Children's Suits at
SI. mo, $1,115, $1.40, $1.G0 and
Children's Reefers, made in Chin
chillas, lloucles and plain Hea
vers; large pearl buttons. ...2. SO
Young Hen's Suits.
$2.75, $3.50 and $.00.
e AS. CR (10
n beater .nil ll.li
Cor. Ninth and E. S
3 C1. 5 1 THIS f Ladies' Good Cloth Overgaiters....
VllPl! J .Vi-..F- Infant' Kid Patent Tip Button
!j v3ULIw.l WEEK. ") Ladles', Misses' and Child's Pure G
vfl I Rubbers
0E MONEY SAVED 1
Buying your Shoes of us at any time means a
money-saving to you as compared with the
qualities you would buy for the same prices at
other stores. :
Today, however, we shall give an ex
traordinary opportunity to prudent shoppers.
"We shall offer in addition to our regular match
less Fall SI102 Specialties several specials at less
than our low, regular prices to double our last
year's heavy record of sales, at the same time to
decrease our surplus stock.
only. Ladies and Misses' "$1.50 quality soft
Black kid Laced and Button 0 styles.
Boys' and Touths' Satin Calf, Dongola
Top, stylish and durable $1.30 Shoes.
Men's Casco Calf Laced
And Gaiters 5 regular $1.50 styles.
AND HERB AREA FEW OF THE LINES
THAT ALL WASHINGTON IS TALKING
"Oa Ladies' famous "Royal"
e$3 Fine Vicl Kid and
tgS? Box Calf Boots;
mv 18 of the iiiflsi popular
jf3 Styles of Laced and
xftfej' Button Boots made
fern. Equal In Wear and
rj Appcaiance to the
Vgj BL'fcT $3 SHOES
(3i Ladles "Gem" hand-sewed
'SfijS' Most elegant Dress Shoes;
JfrC Twentv different kinds,
jSJ. Including the finest
tefw Tatent Leather Boots,
jiir Chrome tanned Kid, or
ptSi Calf Cork-soled Shoes;
ttW And finest Kid or Box Calf
jiir Shoes: calf or drill lined.
rS2. ItEGULAR $5 GRADES AT
Ik The "Wimodaughsis"
2 Health Shoes
(p For Ladies, combine
hUx Beauty vnth extreme
Aroi Comrort and service;
?g Being made to conform
aiS? Strictly to the anatomy
.KPX Of the foot, they're
gpp Easy from the btart, and
Vuv The hygenic inner-
TOj, Soles help to keep the
p3 Feet dry and warm
MSy At all times. , n en
rOT, NO BETTER SHOE MADE.'&O.OU
Reliable Shoe Houses,
930 and 932 7th St, N. W.
VISIT M STORE T0BY
And look over the handsomest line
furnishings to be found in this city?
will please 3Tou as well as the goods.
Thanksgiving Is Approaching.
Remember our line of Dining Room Furniture is unsur
passed. Not only do we carry Sideboards, China Closets,
Serving Tables, Dining Tables and Chairs, but also Dinner
and Tea Sets, Cutlery, Glassware, and a complete assort
ment of table belongings.
Perhaps you need a Carpet
line all Carpets free of charge
It's no use to say much about
that we carry tne best line at the
See Our SDBcials: ! Itar
nice 5 -
Men's Casslmere Suits
-very stylish . 4
Scotch IMaid Suits
Men's Blue and Ulack
single bieabted Cheviot
Men's Taney Woreted
Men's Tine Ulack Clay
"Woisted Suits heavy
Men's Suits, SllkorCas
slmere lined very finest
material; single or
Men's Reefers storm
collars Jubt the thing
100 do-ten pairs Men's Gloves,
Hogskln, Cairskin and Wool;
per pair 250
We have purchased the entire
stock of a famoiib Glove manufac
turer and can offer tne most extra
ordinary bargains. Gloves worth
75c, $1.00 and $1.25 to
goat ,.. 48
Thousands of other bargains.
with Children's Shoes.
Children's $1 grade, all-wool,
Bebt imported Jerbey Legglns; 2 styles,
Misses' and Child's splendid Dongola
Patent tipped Laced and Button.
Boys' heeled and spring heel sathi
Calfdouble-solc Laced Shoes.
Men's genuine 'Cork Sole"
Laced and Gaiters:
Also our celebrated
Leather sole flexible
Dress and Walking Shoes;
Have no equals Tor
The price anywhere
InAmerici and are
AVELL WOR'IH $l".50 ....
Men's strictly hand-made
Double, triple or Cork Sole,
Extension edge sole,
Finest American Calf;
Best Box Calf
or Black Vicl Kid
GREAT $4 VALUES AT
Save Doctor's besides
These have hand
Sewed welted soles,
Are verv dressy
And made of best
Kid for girls, "r
And finest calf
For tho boys;
SIZES 8 TO 10 1-2 S1.50
11 TO 2 $a.OO
2 1-2 TO 5 1-2 SS.50
1914 and 1916 Pa. Ave.
of Complete House-
We know the prices
Don't forget that we make, lay and
Heating Stoves, for
lowest prices in town.
Chamber Suite and
pleco Parlor Suite
rjriltu. i CASH or CREDIT
729-731 7th St.
Satisfaction GUARANTEED on
every article you purchase, or your
money cheerfully refunded.
With Its remarkable CUTS on the
most ttapie articles of food, has be
come Washington's greatest factor
in tne economy of the household
1'ou'll fare better-have choicer
mealb, if jou patronize the bigature.
Shriver's Blue .
Ridge Sugar Corn, r Y c
Arbuckle's Ariosa -i frAc
Pfcg. Coffee Ai-
Eggs a special to-j ( ic
Coffee. 9c lb-
Large Grain Roasted Coffee, lb S ,c
15c Mar. and Rio .Coffee, lb -XSc
"Oc Java, Rio, Slant, lb 15c
25c Java and. Rio, lb 20c
"Sc Java and Mara., lb 22c
30c Java and Mocha, lb S4C
3Cc Mand., Java and Mocha. .30c
Washing 1 c lb.
10 pounds for 14 cents.
Borax Soap and
Star Soap, cake
Best Loose Rolled
Oats and Oat Flakes,
10c bottles Catsup 40 3
j.uu Domes muing -ic
1 0c Jars Mustard 4c
Earrf full grain and guaran'eed
to cook well.
Best Na vy Beans, for baking and
T.nro-pt;t nnrlrfio-pi; pitTipr
Johnston's Oats, Hawk- &yc
eye or ictor.
30c Green or Mixed Tea, lb 2Qc
10c Green or Mixed Tea, lb. .-23c
50c Green or Mixed Tea, lb...-25c
60c Ureen or Mixed Tea, lb ...35c
feOc Green or Mied Tea, lb-. ..50c
SI Green or Mixed Tea, lb...-TOC
10 lbs Buckwheat
Best Leaf Lard, gT t"c
Rumford's largest .
r2c size Yeast Pow- V" c
Toilet Seta of
Decorated. China $" 2
Best Familv .
Flour, "Royal" .90
Sacks iSc, 35c, 70c each.
Large Lump Qc
Starch, lb O'"
Cal. Evaporated 5c
OWCCl VJiCiJUU g: c
uiauum wuierb, a aC
Home-dressed Pork, today, a"s a
special, in fresh meat department.
Ask for our great three-column
729-731 Seventh St.
The Busy. Corner.
8th and Market Space.
Kind of weather for Under
wear. Great preparations
in our Men's Department
for a big- sale today.
Open until 10 o'clock p.
Norfolk and New Brumwu-k Underwear,
Tne Way Manf . Co- Underwear.tho Glasten
burg Health Underwear, goods ranging
in price $1.25 to $2. Our price
Natural Wool and Camel-flair Underwear,
Shut and T'rawers to match, Bradford,
Thomas & Co. price SI. Our price
Wool Ribbed Uudera ear, made by tho
Way Manf. Co., Shirts and Drawers lo
match, tan, brown and gray. Bradford,
Thomas & Co. price $1 25. Our price
Red Underwear, made of lamb's wooT.the
finest quality, Shirts and Drawers tomatcru
BraOfoid, Thomas & Co- price $1.50. Our
Pure Camel Hair Underwear, Shirts and
Drawers to match, the latest sfiyle and
finish. Bradford, Thomas & Co. prloe 80J.
1 25 doz. more of Wool, Fleece-Lined Un
derwear, the last we will havttof this style
of Jcderwear this season. Stlte in every
store for 75c. Our price
Come get the balance of our CaraelrHalr
Cndershir; we sold for COc; to close for
Fine Knit Cardigan Jackets, made ot
Germantown "wool, first quality. Wa arfj
going to sell 10D Saturday for
A fine lot of Zephyr-Made Jackets, in
blue, tun, brownand black. Thisisasaiaplt?
line, worth 1.75 to S2.25
Best quality Canton Flannel Drawers, re
White Unlaundered Shirt, re-enforced
bain, and front, patens stays, hand-worked
Night Suirr, madeof round-turaHtfnwalln,
52 inches long
8tli St. and Market Space.
Seventh street entrance, Family Shoe Store.
Will Go On Your Bond
In criminal and civil cases. Will aot as
receiver, assignee, guardian or trustee
Will prosecuteclalma of all kinds, and will
buy and sell such as are assignable. Will
purchase real ebtate whose title U de
fective or in dispute, or will dear up
titles for owners. Will pay back taxes as
This company makes a specialty ot
street and hteam railroad accident cases.
No charge for consultation. Financial as
sistance furnished to litigants on reason
Those about to bring suit for dlvorcs
Bhonld consult the company before taking
Washington Law & Claims Co.
JOHN" G. ST.ATEn, President.
Offices, 472 LmibiHiin. Ave- N. "W.
Sclssors3 Knives, RazorsI
Properly sharpened by expert cntler
and so rgitiul instrument maker.
C. BREZ, 609 i3th St- N. V.
BC. O STORAGE CO.. 10 talSB
v- Et.ne.-Sl to S3 per month-
be had at 511 N
street N W.
able an Impression upon
guests as to find a hotel
equippen tnrougnoui win
electric lights. They are
a hundred per cent better
than gas-lights and are
cheaper. We furnish the
V. S. Bl-bCllUC TAGZiriNG CO
213 11th st.nw. 'Phone 77.
is near, and you should send a nice plant
or box ot flowers to your oest friend and
there is no better place to uy them than
at J R. FREEMAN'S, 612 13th 6t. nw.
53xjx$ $&&$ Cxg fc9 3xj9 .- Q&
Save on fuel.
You're spending more money
than you ought for your fuel nn-
les Coke is ued. It's the grand-
est fuel money can buy. Don't
take our word for It try It
40tni. Uucroshed Coke, $2.90
40 bu. Crushed Coke, $3.70
Washincrton One 1 icrht C.n
. &.-- ,,
413 Tenth st. nw.,
or at the following places:
q x-uct ouiiiuu, aiii ami .u sis. se- a
a, n rat oiuuun, ium ami u sis. nw. &
Gas Appliance Ex.. 1421JJ-Y ave.
Ch!chetcr'a Kcsllah Ciunoad Brand.
OrlalniilftaJ OalrGcnulac. A
axrc .waji rrtiibio laoics i I
Drains &r rudutttj't Enalu Out jHfVX
mild Brand la Ked iat (nttd BfUTKeSjUW
itoiH. loled vlth blae ribNto. Take Sr
aoothtr. BtfiuedJrgermtu&iatu- V
tiruandtci'UilitnM. K.XnfxMt, at trail.
in UAiap. far partfenlar. testizooaUU ah
icciier ror uuue," n uiur. sy retara
fcld by 3 LocU Drwrebu. 111 1 LAI PA.
(t ran be Riven nrlthnnt the Unonimlire or
lie liattcnt in coffee, teaorrfrtl'iesof food. wll
ifcrt a permanent anil speedy "ore, whether ths
uitifnt isa moilernte drinkeroraa alcohohv wrec.
Book of particular free, to ba bjd of
-. . William. Jt Co- 9lh F Vv5. W- W.Uf U. . C.
GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. Proa's. Cincinnati. 0.
AB-Wrtu Tar lieir"Bokllirjaa Built. tuiUitn. ,
i To Hotel Proprietors: 1
Al rttVilrif prontAQ hn fn.Tr.