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THE TIMES, WASHJKGTOff,
AI, BECEMBEB 5, 1897 v
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THE ENTIRE STOCK
Of M. Silver & Co., 63, 65, 67 and 69 Green St., New
York, purchased at 50c. on the dollar.
M. Silver & Co. are one of the largest and most prominent Cloak and Cape
manufacturers in New York City, and the purchase is a magnificent one, including no
less than twelve lines of samples. We have divided the purchase into four great
lots, which we will sell at
$5 and $6 Jackets
and Capes, $2.75..
Plain and embroidered, tlribet fur trimmed,
silk lined, full length and sweep. Very baud
some. Cloth Capes,
Kersey, Beaver or Astrakhan, single or dou
ble; plain, jet embroidered and fur trimmed, full
Kersey, Beaver and Boucle
Plain and strap seams
some satin lined blues,
blacks, tans, splendidty made
$9, $10 and $11 Jackets
and Capes, $4,98.
Handsomely embroidered and jetted. Extra
good quality Seal Plush or fine 3erse3r, Beavers and
Boucles, black and fancy silk linings, fur trimmed,
full length and sweep.
Kersey, Rough Cloth,
and Beaver Jackets,
Blacks, blues, tans, greens, and all the latest
fashionable shades, someplain,
some silk stitcheJ, some strap
seams. All tailor made and
perfect in style and finish
We are giving the original green trading stamps
one for every ten cents' worth purchased. In case the
court should decide that they are illegal we will re
deem them at their cash value. You can see at their
show rooms, 423 7th St., what splendid premiums
they obtainthe most delightful things for Christmas
gifts, ft costs you nothing to get a book filled.
J u dee Field.
(From the Chicago Tinies-Hcrald.)
Last spring two or the tihfcociate justices
of the Supreme Court were requested by
CWer Justice Fuller to "coach" Justice
Field on a court decision in which the
aped and Inrirm Jurist was to take part.
Tbcy were not, of course, ti attempt to
influence his opinion, but were to give
him the benefit of their researches among
Uic authorities. The two Justices called
one night at Mr. Field's house, and found
the Vfeteiai In an unusuallj lethargic con
dition. He sat in a big armchair, his head
bowed down upon his breast, his eyesclosed
It was witto difficulty that be recognized
his onllcrR and exchanged a few words
with tiicm. Then his eyes dosed agt.n,
and the two Justices looked at one an
other as if to inquire what should be
Finally one of the visitors took from his
pookn a statement of the points inrolvad,
citatlciiK from decisions bearing upon them
and an exposition of the philosophy of the
law leading to the conclusion. He asked
permission to road this to Justice Field,
and, taking silence as consent, proceeded
to read aloud. For some minutes .Tustloe
Field, bead lay etill upon his breast. No
one in the room could be sure thaths un
derstood a word that was uttered. Qjt
presentfy the old justice lifted his head
and opened his eyes. In another momentor
two Justice field raised bis right hand
Handsome Boucles, Beavers,
Kerseys and Rough Cloths
magnificently made and
Boucles. Plain or strap seams,
plain or fancy silk lined.
Made and tailored in the high
I t v
$20 and $15
In blacks, blues, cadet, green and the
fashionable reds. The most fascinat
ing of the new styles plain and braid
trimmed all tailor-made and finished
with the most careful workmanship.
The greatest bargain ever heard of..
812814 Seventh Street.
warnlngly. "Read that again,'' he com
manded. When the passage had been re
read the veteran jurist exclaimed: "That
is not right. Time is not good law. You
err when ""ou sny so and so." And ;hen
Air. Field, now thoroughlyro'ised, delivered
an argument which for depth, clearness
and foce astonished both his listeners- This
done, I e relapsed iuto his formr comatose
When the iwo visitors gathered up their
papers and left the room, Justice ri?ld was
stillasleep. He did not know when they left.
When the two justices compared notes oa
their way down-town together, they were
both forced to admit that Justice Field was
right. Andin thisway.nsamatteroffact,
the aged jurist, really overturned a decision
of the cturt, for other justices .vho agreed
with these two were also forced to change
their views when the arguments advanced
by Mr. Field wore reported to thcmbyfclnir
colleagucs. To this day It Js an ipen ques
tion whether or not the veteran wasf lllv
consciiius at the time he delivered his argu
ment. It heemed to them that the legal
phrases which his ears heard and carried
to his brain simply roused his mind to a.
sort of automatic activity. Once set going,
that mini operated with accuracy and un
failing logic, apparently without effort.
At least, nothing else, no other sortot menial
stimulus, could at that moment have fou id
response in ujherenoy Jn .his mind. He was
oblivious to everything save his second
nature, which was the law and ita interpretation.
$12, $13 and $14 Jackets
and Capes, $6.98.
'Plain, jit, embroidered and fur trimmed.
Magnificent quality of seal plush. Black or
fancy silk lining full sweep and length.
Kersey and Boucle Jackets,
All the new shades and blacks plain or
strap seams extra quality of material, hand
$16, $18 and $20 Jack
ets and Capes, $8.98.
A truly wonderful lot; absolutely perfoct in.
cut. material and finish trimmed with fur, jet,
braid or fine embroidery full sweeps and the
newest of the fashionable styles.
Kersey, Boucle and Beaver
Tan and black Kerseys, black and all the
latest fashionable shades in Kersey, Beavers and
Lute Loral Happenings.
Mary Ann Loinax, a woman seventy
year, old, died suddenly last night at her
home, in Coaksey alley southeast, with
ou medical attention. Death was due
to natural causes.
Tito cantata of "Joseph and His Breth
ren'' will be given with a fine chorus at
Odd Fellows' Hall, on Seventh street north
west, on Monday and Tuesday evenings of
The Saturday evening dance of the Na
tional Rifles at the armory on G street
was largely attended last night, in spite
of the bad weather.
Major ITniidy Improving.
Major Moses I . Handy, American Com
missioner to the Paris Exposition, is rapidly
improving. lib 'ins completed his report n
this country's pros;.ects there, and filed the
same with the President and the State De
partment. McCaffrey Will Casso Jury DIsagrc ps.
Judge Colo at 9:30 o'clock last night
discharged the Jury in the McCaffrey vill
case, -which has been out since 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon, on account of not
being able to agree. The jury stated thue
was no chance of agreement, practically
standing as they had from the first.
The Modern Hepentnnee.
(From the Cleveland Dealer.)
"So. he married In haste? Did he rep;ut
"No; he went to Noitb. Dukota."
WHITE HOUSE RECEPTIONS
Continued from Page 8.
Blanchard to Mr. Charles Mllp Williams
will be solemnized by Rev. Dr. Staff jrd at
St. Patrick's Church on Wednesday morn
ing with a nuptial mass. The young couple
will go at once to New Orleans, whore
they will reside.
The Indies of the s Washington Barrneks
will receive Moudajs during December
Mr. and Mrs. Lars Anderson, who arc
now traveling from Yokohama to San
Francisco, will arrive in Washington after
the holidays to spend the season nere.
The Abracadabra Club will hold Its
next meeting at the lesldence of Mr. and
Mrs. Appletoii P. Clark, jr., No. 241 Dela
ware avenue, on Wednesday evening next.
Admiral and Mrs. Matthews will ypend
the wintei at No. 1710 II street.
The song lecltal given by Mr. George W.
Mull on Thursday evening was artistically
and socially a delightful affair. Sanders
& Staymau's music store was filled to
Its utmost capacity with a fnshlon.iblc
and music loving audience th.it showed its
appreciction of Mr. Mull' vocal numbers
with frequent and prolonged applause.
Mies Noni Clarke Gorman, a niece of
the Maryland Senator, will be the guett
of honor nt a dance to be given 'tomorrow
night by Mrs. Joseph C. Whitney, of
Baltimore, at the Greeif Spring Valley
Hunt Club, in the suburbs or the Monu
mental City. The invitations received
here include special car service, tin tr iln
reaching the Washington station at 8
o'clock p. m. and leaving Baltimore :,t
1 a. in
Mr. and Mrs. Alvln G. Belt returned
from their we'ddlng'tour last Week.
Mr. and Mr. N S. Simpklns and family
of Boston are at the Grafton, where they
will remain until Jumiury 15, when they
will go io Aiken, S. 0.
One of the attractive acquisitions o so
ciety at the capital this season will be .Miss
Theo. Wallace, whose rather, Lieutenant
Commander Wallace, has taken the resl
Fur Trimmed Gown.
dence No. 1777 Massachusetts avenue for
the wintei .
Mr. and Mrs Calvin S. Brice and the
Missei Brice will leuve Newport for their
New York residence on Fifth avenue about
Dr. and Mrs. J. I). Miles, of Vicksbirg,
Miss., who liuve been visiting their daugh
ter, Mrs. C. S. Denhum.of No. 2422 Pennsyl
vania avenue, left during the week for
This is certainly the season when philan
thropy and charity rule supreme. Among
the af fnlrs set for the coming week will be
the operetta, "Pauline,'' which will to
given next Wednesday evening at the Na
tional Rifles' Armory under the auspices
of St. Mary's Guild, for the benefit of the
Children's Hospital. The patronest-es are
prominent society women, and Mrs.McKin
ley and the ladles of the Cainet have sub
scribed for tickets. The title role will
be sung by Miss Virginia Powell Goodwin
and the cast w 111 include Miss Eleanor Sim
monds, Percy Thompson, Fred. H. Lcitch
and a chorus of thirty trained. voices.
The ladies of the Southern pellet Society
are to give an entertniumgiitjjln aid of
needy Confederate veterans' "at Masonic
Temple, commencing tomolfo,w evening
and continuing for sit daytf.fhJ.tis to be as
near a reproduction as popiW of the
French marketin New Orleans', which, villi
Its intermingling of American, French,
African nnd Creole buyers, and sellers,
make It the most picturesque mart in the
world. Mrs. Ralph Walsfi president of
the society, will have thejOSSjistaiice of
Mrs. Uolt7.man.Mrs. Harper Mr.1. Garr'son,
Mrs. Belt, Mrs. Stanley, MisIUchardsou,
Mrs. Cnllaghan, and othergmernbcrs and
friends, ord the opening toinprnow evening
will be 1-ouored by the presence of Sena
tor Daniels, Judge Goode and many other
dignitaries of the South. Among other
unique features theie will be a stall pre
sided over by Mrs. John T. Callahan and
Mrs. M. J. Hickey, where delicious bever
ages ax-d pop corn crispettes will be dis
pensed by a band of twenty fair joung
daughters of the South.
To the Washington girl who is curious to
know what she looks like as others seeher,
this summing of her charms by a. Western
paper will make what dear Artemus Ward
used to call ''mighty interesting reading:"
''The Washington girl-all Washington
worr.ui are girls until they grow old is a
compiomiee between the type of the North
and the type of the South. She is of the
woman womanly. She has peculiar deli
cateness of face and figure. The bosom
is full and the hips beautifully rounded,
yet the form is slender." lfanub and leet
are small. The heigntisortcn.n- under five
feet tnaii over it. The eyes are apt to be
hazel or dark, and are always bright &nd
tender. The eyebrows are sornewluic heavy
and strongly marked, and the lashes are
long. The complexion is singularly clear.
The face has great regularity of .feature,
and the average of beauty is high. Wash
ington and N ew Orleansarc the only Ameri
can cities in which one may see the women
Walk with Spanish grace. On this account
Connecticut avenue when Easter bonnets
cluster is strangely pleading. The Washing
ton girl is apt to kuow politics. She is
thoroughly devoted to society. She dresses
as well as the New York woman, with
more of Southern lightness to her clothing.
If we could have a show as we have a
horse show in which womeu could be com
petently Judged point by point, I do not
not think that the Washington girl would
class so high as the New York woman or the
Chicago woman; but I believe that mot
men would prefer her."
Dr. and Mrs. Harry T. L. Hoylc have re
turned from their wedding trip and are
residing at C32 Eni-t Capitol street, where
they will be at home to their friends De
cember Oth and lGth after 2 p. m.
The Golden Gate Social Club held its
first meeting since Its reorganization last
night, at the residence of Miss Fannie
Ahem, No. 724 I street toutheast. The
members present were, Misse-J Sarah
Parks, Julia Zimmerman, Florence Goss,
Daisy Carter, Ella hitter, Annie Heath, Ida
Conrad, Maud Scbaffer, BesMe Gooding,
and Lola Rebuff er. The officers elected
were Miss "Ella A hern, president; Miss Julia
Zimmerman, -vice president. Miss Fannie
Ahern, tieasurer, and Miss Florence Goss,
secretary. The club colors selected were
pink and white.
Preitj- Homemade Trifles That Are
Acceptable Holiday Gifts.
One of tnc most useful little accessories
to the dressing table is a hair receiver.
From ttlff pasteboard cut the frnmo
for the tides, five inches long at the bottom,
three Inches and a half acioss at the top,
and two Inches and a half liigh, while for
the top a square of the board measuring
three Indies and a half is to be arranged
aholoonelcii and a half attheinlddle.
From good round thiend bleached lin-m
cut pieces foi tnc sides quarter of an i.ich
larger all arodnd than the boards, and in
lead pencil ciraw a design which is to be
embroidered In preity shades of pink, green
and brown -pink for the flowers, green for
the K-aes and brown for the stems.
For the top cut a piece of liner, and
mark a bcroll circle about the opening at
the center, embiolder it, and then attach
it fast to the board with glue.
The inside of the box and lid may be
lined with thin oil or white enamel cloth
glued mound the edges to each flat sur
face, anr. foi the convenience of removing
accumulated hair, hinge the lid to the box
at hvc corners with thread, over which
bows and ribbons may be arranged.
For a laundry list obtain a delicate book
slate with no or three leaves and bound
From embroidery lluen cut a piece suf
ficiently large to face the front and back,
and with a margin a quarter of an Inch
wide all aiound.
On one half of the piece mark the words
"Laundry List," within a frame at the
middle, and to decorate the remainder
of the piece draw a convent ional flower
the workis finished apply the linen
to the Mate, cover with glue by turning -,he
edges over and making them fast to the in
side on o narrow edge of the cloth binding
thatis usuallj left between the edge of llu
slate part and the binding.
At the top hinge corner attach a ring
with bow and ribbon by means of whicn it
can bo 1 ungin a convenient place, and at
the knot tie a piece of string half a yard
long, to the end of which a pencil may be
At a stationery store purchase a small
brass hook that is made on a small card
with a gummed back, and stick it fast to
thefrontof the hook, sothenngin the pencil
may be hung on It.
The glove box should measure 10 inches
long, 0 inches "wide.and 3incheshigh-it :ao
front and back, but owing to the crowned
top It will be half an inch higher at the
Stout pasteboard will answer for the
frame. Cut two pieces 10 inches Jong
and 3 iiirhop wide, and two 6 inches loug
and 3 inches, widefor the sides and ends.
Embroider a garland of flowers on linen
pieces to fit the front and ends, and tl.a-v
them mj when the sides are put together
the bow a, ribbons and garland end- wnl
AT THE HOTELS.
The hotel lobbies were unusually lively
pltces last evening. All day long they
were enlivened by the arrival of Congress
men, fresh from their constituents to battle
with the great questions confronting the
dual gathering of legislators. Many
of the Congressmen from the Eust and
3Idole West were accompanied by their
wi'-es and daughters, but those from the
far Wectern and Southern States left their
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witet al home until the advent of th iew
year brings the Christmas holidays to a
dose. The continued drizzle of rain was '
instrumental in keeping the majority pf
tho new comers indoors during the day.
A large number, however, spent the even
ins at the playhouses.
Senator S. D. ilcEnery, ot Louisiana,
placed hlb name on the register at the
Metropolitan during the day. The Sena
tor expresd himteir quite freely on the
Miltjects or tho day when seen by a. Times
We litve little or no yellow fever at
all In LouiMana now," he said.
"IIlvc you auy nf the long-lier.Uded
prosperity?" asked The Tunes.
"Well, the remotal of quarantine has
brightened up things a little, but not
verj much. The price of cotton in now
le-s than the cost of production, and this
has retarded iirogress In all portions of
"I am opposed lo the annexation of
Hawaii, and do tut think the natives as a
whole prefer It, My view., on the Cuban
question have been well defined. 1 am
out and out in favor of grantlm; bel
llgeieucy to the Culant, and want tbcin
to have absolute independence.
"The shipping bill will be one of the
Important measures to come before Con
gress Something should be done to re
habilitate the country's shipping- The El
kins or iome like bill will be prooably
passed. Currency may come up, but noth
ing wiP be done. I think the Nelson l-ank-
mptey bill will be modified, and probably j
In lavor ot the adoption or tiie ierry wu
Auother question likely to come up will
b tht framing of a national quaran
tine law. Senator Caffery may introduce
a bill, and also others.
''In regard to the building of suffi
ciently strong -levees along the Missis
sippi, we hate not heretofore had nnney
enough to build a strong line. In fome
parts of Louisiana, where the danger is
greatest, levees have been built of. a
sufficient height and proportionate base,
and thej have shown no signs of waken
ing. The sole problem is 'enough .nouey
to construct proper levees.' "
Congressman W. C. Jones, of Spokane,
Wash." Congressman Robert W. Davi,.Mrs.
Davis and Miss Nellie Davis, of Palatka,
Fla.; Congressman E. D. Hamilton antlwire,
of Nilet:, Mich- arrived at the National
Rev. Sam Jones, theevaug2li'itotGoorla,
spent a few hours at the National during
Following in the wake of the inpouimg
legislatures conies a host of special start
sketch-artists, representing the metropolitan
daiiiet. Prominentamon!; them were Homer
Da-en port, of the Xew YTcrk Journal, who
made himself famous by presenting Mark
Iianna with the now immortal dollar-.nark
campaign outing suit. Mr. Davenport was
met at the hotel by hid rather, Mr. T. F.
Davenport, and his sister, Miss AliceDaven
port, who came East from Oregon to meet
Homer. Mr. Davenport has bis pencils
sharpened for facile use in the delineation
oC Senatorial countenances and smiling
bouquets at the opening session tomorrow.
Mr. Davenport and his old friend for many
years, 'Bill" Sterrett, the well-known
correspondent, spent the evening in an
enjoyable manner in recounting reminis
cences of ''Auld Lang Syne."
Former Secretary of the Treasury ar
lisle, accompanied by his son; Logan Car
lisle, formerly chief clerk of the Treasury,
engaged a suite of rooms at the Shorehani
Mr. W.IL Seymour. retiringUnited States
consul from ralermo, Italy. Is aoShe Met
ropolitan, preparatory to going to his home
in southern Alabama.
Congiessmen William H. Fleming, of
Augusta, Ga.; Thomas C McRae, of .x'res
cott, Ark.; and J. W. Berry, of ileiUon
ville, Ark., engaged rooms at the Moiro
Col. S. V. R. Cruger and "Deacon" S.
V. White, or New York, are at the Shore
ham. Among the arrivals at the Cairo yester
day were I. F. Fischer, .New York; W. L.
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fa! il-t if any we
MiaiTxietne uu.uu equauy It
And deliver it any time
you nay between now and
I'linstiiiii-j; you needn't pay
for it when yon select it
nor when we deliver itl We
will iirrunue the paying part
to please you weekly or
monthly no note's nor in
The Wild of presents. yon'Il
Hud here nre s.eulble ones;
the kind that will lat the
besst part of a lifetime saeu as
and a thousand
Carpets made, laid and lined
fine no charge for -waste in
Mammoth Credit House,
b 817-819-821-823 Tth St.,
Between H and I.
Ward, Xew i'ork; G. N- Southwiofc, Xew
York, W H. Hooker. Xew York: J-S.Sherman,
Xew York; Senator E- C- Walthall.
Mississippi; Senator J. L. Wilkin, Washing
ton; W. H. Fleinmmg, Georgia; K. E. Les
ter, Georgia; Y . Warner. Illinois, and F. C
Senator Stephen M. White, Airs. White
and Mlfs Helen Eaton have arrived at the
Xormandie from Los Angeles, Cal.
Hon. Benton McMillin, or Tennessee,
Is expected to arrite today. He will go
to the Shorehani. Mrs. McMillin Is la
New Orleans, and will not arrive hera
until after the Christmas holidays.
Repiesentatives Benjamin F. Howjll, of
JCcw York; P. D. McCulIoch, of Mariana,
Ark., are at the Xormandie.
Representatives Elliott, of South Caro
lina; Janies F. Stewart, of Xew Jersey;
D. It. Henderson, of Iowa, and Walter
Evans, or Kentucky, arc expected t the
Senators Penrose, of Philadelphia, end
Sewall, or Xew Jersey, have notified the
Xormandie that they will arrive today.
Senator Wellington in expected to put
in an apjica ranee at the Xormandie tomor
Congressmen Mark, Smith, of Tucson,
Ariz.; ,J D. Sayers, of Terras, and Claud
A. Swansoa are at the RIggs House.
Congressmen R. L. Hcnry.ot Waco.Tex.;
, R. C. Do Graffenreid, of Texas; S. Brun-
didge, o Arl'oua, nntl A. S. Bprry, of
Kentucky, arrived at the Wellington yes
terday, Do yen know that you can have
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