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THE TJMFS. WASHINGTON, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 14, 191
for handsome imported silk
neckwear all shapes each
one in a fancy box.
50c for silk and satin hol
iday suspenders each pair
in a separate box
$2.98 for Terry bath
robes and 'eiderdown dres
sing gowns in new and rich
S3.4S for French tricot
$1.00 for steel rod tight
rolling umbrellas w i t h
All kinds of goods suita
ble for gifts to men -at the
inost reasonable of prices.
Cor. 7th and E Sts. N. W.
No Branch Store in Washington.
I want to ba
J will save you money
if you will leave your or
ders with mc. All my
goods are ihe purest. Read
my price list below for your
Hobday Orders. My de
livery is always prompt.
American Svg-ar f still sell
at 5 cents per pound.
Kew, fresh btock, and tills year's
crop. Not one pound of old 'goudu
anmtif them. K&lbins, Currant,
Prone. Fig. I'eacues, Pears, Apri
CaflifouiA Punes, 7c. lb.; 4 lbs. 23c
California Prunes, IOC lb.; ;i !,. 25c
California Prunes, extralargeand
wrvttuv, lJ l-2cib.; !&..1.00
Catlftcaia lMfluic(i itaieiufi,
7c lb.; 4. lb . 25c
California Loose Muscatel K&isf us,
loc lb.: 3 for 25c
California Luioself ucatl Kaifciiit,
lOolb.: 11 for .Si .00
California Loose :eeded Uaitjioe
Sultua Seedlee KaiMns 12 l-2c
Loadoii Ijiver Kaib1n, 12c lb.;
lulbe. for" $1.05
California Peaches, loc lb.; 3
!! for 25C
California Peaches, 12 l-2c lb.;
Kllj,. for $1.0
California Pears, loc lb.; :i )bb..25c
California Apricots, 12 l-2c lb.;
Kw Figs, bcib.; 7 it. 5oe
New Uver Figb, 12 I -2c lb.; 8
lb tar $1.00
Buy your Nuts from
tts and get them fresh.
SAM. W. PICKFORD,
950 Louisiana Avenue,
Near 10th Street.
i50 diffeieji , le- )
Oitr own brand, the n.
& W ," wliiib ii, been manu
factured to equal the tec
2c wkch made. "We alce
r repulHtiftn on tlii'M- Collar-
Made of eiiuint' 4-ply
2100 flue, regular shrunk
Immmi of hisjh quality Sizes
frHi 12 lo 18 1-2 Anions
Ue fifty different t!iare- arc
included e-rrry fashionable
and correct metropolitan vtyle,
it lading ii.Hiiy IadieNiyIe.N'o
old slmk bought up to .sell
cheap, but an Al high-grade
quality jurt from the maker,-,
Ue thousand dozen of tlieuil
HIRSH & WEILL,
Xewi'st I i
styles in Sec
2s ecu wear. J
2SS5IO,K.?r niGHWAIs" IN THE
MMrtct of i Qluiiibta WasMncton, I- C.
Deoember 8, lS97.-To Whom ft Alay Con
s'." J ' "nitawon created bv bectton
5 ioi, cf of Conereae approved March
Z. 1393. tnitftled "An act to i-rovide a
i"-?"1 f hlghwava In that,
njM-tof Uie LnfcU-iot of duniWa lying out
de of citted. ' ha received rrom the Coin
JESSSlt th.? Dfetrict r Columbia a
owilfted copy of a n.ap showing a nro
iwed , gwmanoiit eyrteui or highways In
ilM MMrtM of CDluinlila wttbl5 the area
wait of Rk Creek. This map and plat,
f,rmz in detail how each lot and tract
te affected by the proposed system or
Mgtoways, are now on exhibition in room
. -1.. fourth rkx.r or the IMstriot buHd
wg. AH pTfeone intereeted are Invited to
tfJUMuine the maji and plats. The com
raweion will con4der anv supgesUons or
jwteats ooiKwiiiug the "locaUon or ,ny
Mnwayor portion or a highway sssbown
om Uw nap. T1m sugj:eknh and pro
tMte muti be In writing and must wt
rrtm olearlj the reasons tor the changes
Md enow the irojHjrtyjwnedor oontrolled
y the oh Vector. All protests, and i forth.
Mt b Mibmltted on or before the
THIRT1--F1RST OF MARCH, 1S9?, and
be atfdreeeed to tle Chler or Tnirlneerf,
U- 8. Aiiiiy. War DeiarUieiit, V,faJ,hlnir
te. o. t. The commission will nioet April
!. 18K. at 80 oclock a. m.. In the
irtoe of the Secretary or War. to dteiio
t an objections, and will then hear orally
tram tnoe- who desire ti Unit support tlicir
K. A. ALGER, Secretary or War.
C.K. BLISS. Secretary or the Interior.
JOHN M. 'WILSON,
Chief oT Engineers, U. S. A.,
f.1"!?- eSS BJgtiway Commission.
P1RITUALISM-Miss Manrfe Gaule will
e at 05 II street northwest every day
dwrwtf: tMe week. Wonn t Hall, Friday
Htgtet, as oeoal. del2-7t
SPECIAL NOTICn By a vote or UlO
MocfctMtders, taken on tlic 7th instant,
UMOHIO NATIONAL BANK is to ko Into
JWUKttary Hqindation on FRIUA1',
DBCEMBER SI, 1S97. The ob-
Mt is to cfaauee the bank into a
BaTtees Bank, which will alto receive do
pogfce subject to check. Tlie new Hank
open In the same building on or
beftjre January 1, lSftH, and we will be
Kla have oor patrons transrer their
AoeoHDt from the Ohio National to the
new bank, which wMl tw called the WASH
INGTON SAVINGS BANK. The cupital
wm be $100,000. Interest will be paid
en dopobius. and every erfort will be made
t aottMtuwodate our patrons. J. D. TAY
LOR. President, Ohio NaUoUHl Bank,
diaries Winslow, Colored, Kills
His Wife at Their Uome.
TURNS PISTOL ON HIMSELF
Second Hullet Shatters When 31
Strilteh Di Skull, But He 3 Ser!
oiihly Wounded Guarded by Of
fieer at the Emergency JIuNpltul
AVfih Crazed With Driulc.
Charlff Winston, adored, twciity-beven
years old, shot and inttnnUy killed liis
wife, Jvmiita, yettcrday afternoon bccaie
he wa. jtaHiufi of her. Then turning the
same pistol upon himself he sent a bullet
crabbing into his own head. His effort
to commit M.icidc, liowovcr, was not so
.soocefl and the physiciaiih at the Emer
gency Hosjvital bay that he will survive the
wouHd.onlyto faccthc likelihood of deilh
on the bcaffold.
Wii.bton and his wire were married
on August 17, 1892. She wab a widow
at the time, sevetul years hit. benior, and
had one child, a girl of nine years, who
is now living with her relatives m Phila
delphia. About a year ago the couple
went to live in the bame Ituiifee with
Winbton's sihtci, Liz'.ie Johnson, No. 521
Third street boutheast. They occupied
the front roon- on the second floor of the
house, uul it was here that the murder
and attempt at tuicide took place ubout
1 o'clock jestcrday afternoon.
The . oman worked at the house of Nel
lie Wallace, 1311 C street northwest, and
her duties Kept hei at the t-ervice place
all night- Yebterday morning she returned
home and retired, as was her custom, to
&'.. ep during the day.
Winston v.as formerly employed by sev
eral grocers and oommls-lo:i merchants it
the Center MarKet. but recently he has been
out of work. Nevertheless- he wab in tlie
Imhit of leaving the lHube early in the
morning before his wife retunwd. and lie
d'd so yesterday morning. During the
morning he was about the market, ami
Mt-iled feee.-ai of the tvdoons in the vicinity
and in South Wablilngton He was son e
wliat under the influence or liquor when
he went Ihiuie alxut noon, although he
va rully conscious of what he was dolti.
anr. hull evidently planned tlie tragedy, for
he was armed with a revolver-
Theie was one else in the Ihju'c at
the time when Winston and his wife ev
oept the steter-in law, who was on tlie
riou below. She beard Winston enter the
hcue- He went directly upstairx. nd
shut and locked the door ttehiud him. Tlie
JohitKHt woiuhsi heard them talking, but
fve no hed-
S hite buv at work bhe wan startled by
hearing two bharp report b of a l istol, one
following dhcctly aftpr tie other, coming
from tlie toon which tlie Winbton- occ.i
pied. Without going ujmtalrs to ascertain
tliecaueof the firing or what the result had
lieen, rn rufhed out nto the street crying
Murder!" "Policel" and shouting or
lielp. A irowd boon gathered about tlie
lioufee in the wildest exciteinent. but no
one dared te- et.ter, until Policeman Nk bo!
mu or the Fourth preciuct, arri"d.
Tlie ofneer went at once uHtafr. He
found the door locked, Imt with little diffi
cultv broke it open. In tle led, cla.l
only in herniKlit dre-'b, and partly covered
with lied clothiiiR, lav tlie woman, with a
bullet wcundin her head. Boside Iter on tlie
ed lay the miin. with a wound near his
right ten. pie. an 0 betweeu them there lv er
with twoemptj chamtiei. Tlie barrel was
btill warm when the policeman imed it
up. A ha'-ty examination of the wNnuan
xlsowed that bhe was dead, and tla life of
the man wat- ro all appearances- fat ebbing
awa r. Dr. ChUdfc, who had been summoned
amved'and saw toat tv hila the omau had
in all probability been inula ally killed.
there wa . a chance that the life of tlie
man might lie ba"ved.
I'olkeuian Nichol'son hastily Ktimmom d
a patrol wgon from No. -1 fetation, which
arrived with I'olicemen Kink and Bas
ford and "Winston was hurried to the
Emergeticj Hospital. He was still con
scious when admitted to the inbtituthm
V.'hen bked why he had committed the
deed he would make no statement, and only
inquired to knew if his wife was dead and
seem chI Ui tte content when told tltat bib
bhot had been effective. He albo paid
that lieHiiy wiKlied tlmt heniigbt dietoo.
Regarding the cause which led him to kill
the won. an lie Would say nothing and he
Was tlicr placed under the influence of
an anesthetic while the burgaons extneted
several portions or the bullet from his
The lead lutd evidently t-plit into raanv
pit-ces when it entered his bkull and the
main portion of it had taken a dowu
waid course and was found embedded
In the oppobitc jaw. The operation per
formed by Di. Carr was highly success
ful and Wim-ton's chanoes for recoverv
labt night were very good.
In tlie meantime the tody of the woman
wab removed to the New Jersey avenue
morgue and Coronei Carr after viewing it
decided to await the re&ultof Winston's in
juries lief ore betting a time for tie holtli ig
of the inquebt.
No other cause for AViiibton's act can be
ai-signeti that: that of Jealousy, It was
known that he was extremely Jealoub of nib
wife, and accused her of keeping company
with a mar cmploved at her hcrvice place.
The factalho that she woi ked where shedid
gave him cau-e to suspect her, and upon this
i-ubject tliey sometimes had quarrels, and it
ib said thet he warned her and then threat
ened her with violence. Thecouplc were pro1
perou. and their loom was nicely furnish
ed. Tltere wab no higns of a struggle when
the officer reached the KJene, as the room
wab In order, and It Is therefore uupposed
that Wliii-ron dehlierately bliot the woman
a she la In the bed.
The dead woman's brothers rebide at No-7-1
rorty-firth stieet, Philadelphia, and
she fornierlj lived in that city. Among
her afreets was round a letter from cue
brother at-d a receipt for a packige re
oently sent to him and buppobed to have
Policeiien Als and Schrader were de
tailed by Lieut- IlolUnberger to remain at
tlie bedside or the murderer, alternating
every eiv hours, and guard him until mi :h
time as he liall have sufficiently recovered
lo le confined in a cell. AVluston iow
occupies a Cot at tlie Emergency Hok
pital. SHOT "WIFE, DAt'GHTEH AND SE'.T?
Califoriiiaii, Angered by Ills Da. -ter's-
Marringe, Si elcs Rcvone.
Modesto, Cal., Dec. 1 3. George C. 0 .v ms,
a carpenter, shot his wife and daughrei
and then Httcmpred suicide today. Owens'
daughtei last September, married a young
blacksmith flamed Tledomann, desolte
her father's opposition. nis wife sidd
1411 Perm. Ave. Adj. Willard's Hotel
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Treatment, and Also Guarantees that
Q the Cost Will Hot Exceed
Tor Catarrh f 00
llronchltH 14 00
Abtliuia 7 00
Neuralgia SS to 8 00
Hemorrhoids (Piles) 1100
CoUlb 3 00
Syphilis 20 00
Gonorrhea 0 00
Sexual Wcuknebb 28 00
Varicocele 12 00
KheumatiMii 17 00
ParalyMb 23 00
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DAILY OFFlCCIlOlTltS-lO a. in. to 5
p. in., Monday, Wednesday, Thurwluy, and
Saturday till 8 p. m. Sunday and Holidays
10 to 12 a. in.
S CONSULTATION FRCE. "G3.
with the daughter, whereupon he tre.i'ed
her so t-i nelly that bhe went to live with
Lcrsou-in-Iuw audliegau a.suitfordlvoi- e.
THE GIU'AT FALLS RAIL,"VAY.
The Het'ort Made at the Aunmil
The becond annual meeting or the stock
holderbtf the Washington and Great Falls
Electric Hallway Company w.ib held at the
company's office, Hutchhih Building, in
this city jesterelaj, when the following
direotois were elerted for the enbulng year
Jacob 1-. Clark. , Stilson H-itohlns, Lee
Hutohins. W. J. Dante, J. V. N. Huyck.
Willhur L. Lewis, and Kdwin C. Ctirk,
and at a meeting or the dlrectorb the orfi
cers for the year were chosen us Tolluvvs
President, Jacob P. Clark; vice president,
Stilson Hutetiins; managing director, Lee
Hutotiiiih, and beoretary and treasurer, W.J.
The report of the directors stated that
during the jear yiJ,2G2 pjbseiigorfi nad
been carried, pr'idu'-lng totul receipts of
$J7.0:'0 52; pnd for the bame period 'ait
year tl ere were 570,130 pa$sengrs, pto
ducing receipts. $24,lf;2.J;, bhowlng nn
Increase e f ,1.3,.U9 pabwngerb carried and
$13.1074jl increased receipts.
Thf total receipts for passenger travel, as
above, j mounted to ?37,C21).02, and e
penditures for oieratiug and general ex
penseb- $21,0i;i.J)t;, 'leaving a profit for
the year of ?1G,015 9.
The reiort further stated: "The iwst
year's oxieiience and ret-irna miiit prove
to you as it does to the directors, that
there aliould be no further delay In carry
lug out the double trackmgof the balance
of theroad during th"p.-eseut wlnteri-eaHm.
as the imprtvement would be repaid by a
larger pic rata profit tlian the present a
commodation- glv e;' and i econiineiitled the
dinaJtorR to enter Into a ooiitract for tlie
construction ol f branch line from u-nr
Kcxhall roatl to the new American Uni
versity 11 a satisfactory agreement weie
Sunday Opening; AKed For.
Th-petition of the German Central Union
(l)eiitctn-r Central Vereln), aking that leg
Islntioti be enacted to secure the opening
of the National Museum, Congressional Li
brarv an! Kotanic Gardcim on Sunday
from 1 until ." o'clock in the afternoon was
yestenlay laid bef-re tlie Senate by the
To Herniate IiiNUi-nnce.
A comprehenoive bill, providing for "the
establishment of a division in the Treasury
Depart ir tnt Toi theregul itienof itibiirance
among the several States" was intro
duced yeMertiavhv Vr PHtt of Connecticut.
Ynln Get- lt.- Half liilion.
Leroy. N- 1., Vet. 1 1.- Surrogate North
handed down a decision today distillling
the oontebt over the will of William Lamp
son. the Loroy banker, w1k bequeathed
half a riiillion to Yale University.
Mrs. Janet Carlyle Banning, sister f
the late authoi, Thomas Carlyle, died in
Toronto, Ont.. yesterday morning, in her
oighty-firth year. She was the last i ar
viving mernuer of her family.
The War Depainnent announces the
death at Hutlcv, Pa., of Lieut. Col. J. 0.
McKec. He served as a Pingeon during
the wai and was brcvetted "or fc-tvlce
and went oi. the ietlrcd list in 1-081 on
account of wounds iccelved.
324 B St. S. W. Telephone 485.
Milk and cream from choice Jersey and
Guernsey herds- Coffee cream and extia
heavy cream for whipplngi Can furnish
milk from registered herd-
de9-22t C THOMPSON.
J. WILLIAM LEE
32 Pn. Ave. ?. W
Fl rKt -cIoks K-rvlce. Tbane, 1385.
rAHUU-On December 13, at 7:10 p.
m., CECIL UIDDICK FAUBK, youngest
son cr J. J. and Ida V. Faber, at resi
dence, No. 5)05 Pennsylvania avenue.
Notice of funeral hereafter. It
EK'KEL On Monday, December 13.
Iri97, at 12 o'clock, suddenly, at his resi
dence. 121L New York aveuue, HENUt
Notice of funeral hereatter.
Baltimore papers please copy- It
HUNTT On Sunday. December 1 2. 1807,
at 3:30 p. m., LILLIAN H.. the only and
beloved child or Georgo E. and Clara V.
Lillian, must we give you up?
The one we love so well;
A place Is vacant in our home,
Which never can be rilled.
The runeral will take place Tuesday,
December 14, at 2 p- m.. at 1135 Georgia
aveuue southeast. It
FOWEKS On Suturday, December 11,
at 10.SU p. in., Patrick rowers, beloved
hubbaud ,t Bridget Powers, in the sixty
ritth year of his age.
1- uueral from hh iate residence, Fifteenth
and A streets northeast. Tuesday, De
cember 1-1, at S 30 a. in., rrom St- Joseph's
Church. Kccruiem mass will be, said for
the repose of hissoul. Friends and relatives
are respectfully Invited to attend.
BELL Departed this life on Saturday,
Deccmbci 11, 1807, at 5:45 a.m., LULa,
beloved daughter of Amanda and John Bell.
Dearest bister, thou has left us,
And thv loss we deeply feel.
But 'tis "God that has beicft us,
He can all our sorrows heal.
BY HER SISTERS.
Funeral from her late residence, 39 De
frecse court northeast, thence to People's
Congregational Church, M street, between
Sixth and Seventh streets northwest.
HOLLAND On Sunday, December 12
1S07, at 0 a. m., SALLIE E., beloved
wire of James G. Holland.
Funeral services Tuesday, at 2:30 p. m.,
from her late residence, No. 208 F street
northwest. Funeral private. del3-2C
FBHT SHERIDAN TO STAND
Report of I(s Aliantloninent
GREW OUT OF LOVERING CASE
Sec em 13 AAlffer Angered tit tile
Minium iiiVliic-h UN Iteprlin i id
AVus Coiivej;e'"l to Capt. I.ovdrin
Illinois Deley;iuioii Htfent Horn iv.il
of the Pos't.-
The news of the determination of the
War Department to abolish Foit Sheridan
lacks official confirmation. The bugges
tlon is based on tlie fact that the Secretary
of War sh irply reviewed the court which
tried Capt. Loveilng, and its finding, which
was a u ere reprimand foradmltted brutal
conduct to Private Hammond. 3en. Alger,
who revised the reprimand, scored Capt.
Loverlng In a manner that wab thought
to have been voiy pleasing to Mie file of
When, however! the official order of
the Secretary of "War went to Fort Sheri
dnn, the Chicago account says that It was
conveyed to Capt. Loverlng In a way that
would not hurt his feelings. They say
that Capt. nail, in command at the ''ort,
gathered around him a few choice spirits
and by candle light read to them the te
marksof the Secretary of War. When this
was known It Is alleged, a do?en or more
telegrams of protest were went to the Sec
retary of War, at which he became In
censed, and on this a now htoryof the pro
posed abolition or the poit was based.
On Saturday last it was denied that any
such telegrams were .sent to the Secretary
The President also Is said to be very
angry about the whole proceeding. This
cannot be verified here.
As to the abolition or Fort Sheridan, if
the Secretary should so recommend, he
will hav e to flgbt the whole Illinois dele
gation- A hicmber of that delegation who
was at the AVai Department yestenl'iy
st ys that iT the War Depjrlment ineani to
discipline Its officer, tlie proper plan Is
tt do so In a proper maimer, and not -e-move
them from one pj-t to another, which,
h; seys, lb al" that could be efrected by
the d'ocriiiUniianee of Fort Sheridan-
HAITIANS FULL OF HESKXTMKNTv
Angry Ilccuu-se MrKinley Did Nil
Prevent Humiliation hy Germany.
Official confirmation has reached Iie.e
of the loslgnatinn of the Haitian cabinet.
This w tb stated t be pending last Thura
day. h , 4
Official adjvicy-a,. further show that the
feeling (,f lesentnvnt against America
is veiy bltUrtn the black Republic lwcaue
Pieslden McKlnley did not intervene
to prevent the humiliation by Germany.
The feeling tis declared to be stronger
against America than against German',
and material Injurj to American Intcre.ts
The n w t cabinet is exiected to le
ladicallv auti-American In sentiment.
Commander MoCalla, or the Marbleluad,
has, thtn-frtre, heen instructed to keep
his vessel at Port au Prince for feir of
SNOW LOCOMOTIVES FOR ALASKA
May Ho Used lo Carry Hi lief to
Secretary .Alger had a conference yester
day with representatives or a firm which
manufacturer snow locomotives, and was
faorablv impressed with the idea of send
ing relief supplies to the Klondike miners
on trains .lratvn by tliee powerful engines,
which, according to the promoters, can beat
a trill through the Alaska passes without
The Secretary lias had experience witn
snow locomotives in Ids legging camps.
It was reported to the Secretary that Jack
Dalton, after whom the Dalton trail was
viA 1 IIISKf 1
KM I . I ('IIi'';wg 1
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Up to a few days ago I had been suffering for some ten years with this dreadful disease, much of the time In a helpless condition, and
the use of ray right hand on that'account. My situation was simply terrible, when I was induced to try Durnng's Rheumatic Remedy. I
and find myself wonttenuiiy improved,
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Nose, Throat, Lungs, Heart, Nerves, Drain,
Blood, Skin, Stomach, Kidueyb, Hladder,
Night Losses, Sexual Weakness, Syphilis
and all Special Dlbcases of either sex.
Stricture, Varicocele and Hydrocele cured
for life without operation. No palu. No
loss or time. Urinary Analysis flee.
Houib-lu to 12 and 3 to 5 dally;
Sunday, 11 to 12.
CONSULTATION IN PERSON OR BY
called, has expiesscd the belief that the
most feasible plan of gettiug supplies to the
btarving miters will he found through the
use of these locomotives.
THE AVARSnil MODELS.
Several of the l'retty Toj- Vessels
Hack From Nashville.
The constant inquiry at the Navy De
partment is lor a view of the models oi
the warships. These wore sent last bum
mer to the Nashville Exposition. One only
was retained, the Annapolis, which has
been doing vicarious duty for the whole
Visitors at the Navy Department yester
day were delighted with the return of the
Hancrort nud the llaltlmore. The other
vessels are expected to arrive dally- Arter
doing duty lure for awhile the models will
be sent to the Omuha Exposition.
A Qtiei-tion of Naval Etiquette.
There is a little difference on techni
calities between .dmlral Bunce and Rear
Admiral Slcard, In command of the North
Atlantic Squadron. Commander Bunce is
commandant at the Rrooklvn navy yard.
Admiral Sicard ordered reports of his
vessels under repair to be sent to him, and
Commodore Bunce sends them direct to the
Navy Department. The navy yard com
mandant Insists tlmt vessels under re-pair
are in his charge, and that the reports
thereon should be transmitted by him to
the Navy Department. He quotes article
1G-10 or the Navy regulations, which ap
parently sustain his opinion.
Di edging the Washington Channel
The work of dredging the Washington
channel of the Potomac will be com
menced this month, according o the cur
rent repoit of Col. Allen, engineer in
ciiar-je of the nver improvements. The
upper lection, alxive the Long Bridge, has
beH staked out. Tlie total length of wall
built to date is 35.2S0 feet.
Movements of Vc-seN.
The movements of vessels was leported
yesterdav as follows.
The Newport has sailed from Key West
The San Fiandsco has sailed rrom
Smyrna to Naples.
TIE SLEEPS IN PEACE.
Mortal Remniiis of Gardiner O. ITub
bard Laid to Rest.
Tlit- funeral ervices over the remain of
the late Gardiner G. Hubbard, which we
laid at the Church of tlie Covenant at 2
o'clock ye-tcrday afternoon, were a filling
tribute lo the greatneab of a distinguished
man. Prominent scientists, philanthropists,
"tnte-mien . and litemteurs, as well as
numerous friends and acquaintances of the
deceased in various walks or life, fill'nl the
edifice and did lwmage beside the bier c.f
tlie dc-ceavd. Noticeable among those pros
sent were a uumler of women, prominent
in tlie business and social life of the capital,
aril also many young people, among wliom
tlie dead aclentlst was a general favorite.
The remains arrived at the church from
thi late rei-uh nee of the deceased at a few
n. Unit" after the appointed hour for the Le-
Dr. Core has been in active practice
since 1885, when he was graduated
from Rush Medical College, Chicago.
He is located at Statesburg, flo. His
strong endorsement of Terraline is
worthy of remark, coming from a dis
Of Druggl9ts la U. S. and Europe. The
wun me use oi my usnu muy rcsxorea.
Sold by all Druggists. One Dollar.
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"2'our Ocdilts Good."
ROCKER Cobbler Seat pol
ished oak or mahog
any finish. Hold ehe
where at. S.'t. Our
liolidav nrlce W S 0
A hundred other dlffeient styles
In all kinds of wood from S3 to
Toilet Tables, Cheval
Ch iffoniers, Shaving
China Closets, Book
Fancy Chairs in gilt,
enamel, etc. ,
Divans, Easy Chairs.
yddll Ui UsoiSfis
mfi W Sim
Lansburgh Furniture Co,,
1226 F Street Northwest.
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gh nlng or the ceremony- The funeral pro
cession was formed at the main pori.il of
the church and headed by tlie ushers moved
down the middle aisle.
The Memorial Association met at the rt
denceofChier Justice Fuller just before the
runeral anciudopted the following tribute to
the memory of Mr. Hubbard:
"The MemorlalAi-sociatiou or the Dtstrit
of Columbia record with tender sorrow "he
death of one of its charter members, llr.
Gardiner Greene Hubbard, To him, in very
large measure, our organization owes its
existence, ne recognized his duties .is a
cltren; and, among others, this, to do
his share to give the national capital Inter
cM and attractiveness by carrying out the
object of thi1-organization.
"lie gave freely of time and money to
uressrve the house In which President Lin
coln died, and it islargelv due to Iris whle
acquaintance ind great influence thit Ihe
Gongrei-s has purchased that property to lie
perpetually held as a shrine of patrtoric
pilgrimage. We feel that in his death our
association loses one of its most efficient
mem'iers. and all of us a true and valued
friend. We teuler our heartMt sympathy
to his Itereaved household."
An interesting Incident in conuction
with the funeral services was the c-rfer-ing.
by telegraphic and telepho'ilo order,
or sume beautiful flowers by Dr. Frldt.of
Nansen and .Mr. Richard Heard, who were
eo recently entertained here by .Mr. and
I have used Tetraline in my
practice during the last four
years, and find nothing to suiv
pass iii or even equal it, in Bron
chial Catarrh or Croup
It is especially good as a rem
edy in Pneumonia and Con
sumption, I much prefer it
to Cod Liver Oil,
C, B, CORE, M. D
It builds up the system and rapidly makes healthy flesh.
The stomach assltnillatcs Terrcline with ease, never rejecting
it, as is the case so often with ccd liver oil. Terraline is taste
less and children soon Iecrrt to like it. Given alter exposure to
wet or cold It effectually wards off ev il results the forerunners
of dread consumption. Terraline Is NOT a potent medicine.
Write for Physicians' Testimony." Sent free by mat!.
Letters asking advice or information regarding Terraline will
be answered by a physician.
Terralino Company. "Washington, D. C.
"Open Evenings Until Eight:'
It's time to think about
what you arc "going- to buy
for Christmas presents. You
would do well to pay us a
visit and allow us to show
jou the thousand and one
things that we- have laid in
for the occas'on.
will be more popular than
ever this year.
TABLE, solid polished Quartered
oak or mahoeanr flnten under
pfceir. The regular ,M g $
price la S3.00. W Uh,
Our holiday price . fk fl . j
Fully a hundred other styles of
tables in mahogany, bird's eye
maple, quartered oak, brass, with
imvx tops, etc., at prices rrom
S4 to S30.
Mrs Hubbard at their beautiful orue.
"Twin Oaks.'' The, te!cgruD mUi ntK
' Dr. Nansen deply regreta inability 10 aV
trnd fi.neral, engagement abaoluteij pre
vents.'' EICKEL IIANGto HIMSKLK.
Despondent Hecnuse of IIi- Wtfe'rf
Peifly und III Own Povertj.
Henry KicVel, a cleaner and dyer, 00m
mitted "-uickle by hanpiac about mm js
terday In hie little .shop as 1211 Ntr
York aveuue northwest. Eickvl was a Ger
man , tixtj three years old. iJespotideocy fe
thmight to Itave moved him to end M We.
Hi: liody was di-covered shortly before 1
o'clock, by WiHIaui D. Tabler.a mageiM-tlen
It was hangiui- Ly a rope attaobed to tltr
frame of a door in the rear or bta etao-"
ll-hiiient, sepsrateil from ihe front. y a
thin cuitalu. Ooe tout rested upon a
ch ilr, and death had resulted rrom atraagu
lation. The mailcarrieraionce notified kbe polfoo
at No. 1 station, and Policeman Flefcto re
sponded with a patrol wagon. Eiefeel hail
been dead for fully hair aa boor, ami Mr
body wasremirel to the morgue. Sometioe
ago RickePs wife left him. taking wHb bar
several bundrel dollars, which he bad san-d
rrein bis earnings, and since that time be
lias been very deponrhin(, ga has fre
quently been heard to bay that he wovktead
hit. life Coroner Ctrr wan aot necessary.
"Terrfias ct CcQsum;(tTe&
tor the past two years wa3 nearly deprived of
took a lew bottles according to the directions
E. J. MIDDLBTON.
Clerk of Supreme Court. D. C, Washington
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