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THE TIMES, WASHtNGrTOX, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1897.
" OJtoti evQm'ngs u .til Christinas.
Tricot Box Coats, blue, black
and tan guaranteed. Only $5.
Tan aud Blue Cheviots, $8.50.
Blue, Black-, Brown and Tan
Tweed Box Coats, velvet collar
very dressy and fully guar
Seen our new Patent Leather
Shoes? Made bv a new process
and GUARANTEED not to
break. For sale only bT us.
!2tii and F Sts. N. W.
The Dry Goods Stock of
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION.
Sales daily at 10:30 a. in.
and 7 ji in. until every
thing; is sold.
!)02 7th St. iw.
S. G. Sinclair, Auctioneer.
VitM&ti Cain, alias Wilhmn King, was
attmigned before Judge Bradley yeterdcy
Peter Catoran. GmM)), was arrested
3etitei4ar ' l'il Oliver on complaint
T itls fefucfct-, Jubii CablMM. An invsa
ifaptpm f tri eauttr !' be made.
WrndGsi- wore grants to citrseus of
T'Militiu tnii veslerday a follows CrigMial,
1w tun Orffta, $3: icuew&l aud reissue.
Valeuttrw- Want-nurd, $12.20; reissue, Bou
ett Gomel I. $17.
Mr- Grorgta L. Gonnan has petitioned
for a diorr fru Mr. I'rrtttoir A. Gor
ratn, oti tiie ground of denertkni. Ir.
Gonna. hk Mtae Georgia L. llodgkiits
ikefare b.' Miarriane. August 14, lS-.
Prank Ktag, colored, had a hearing lie
fer; Jnlp Kimball yeIaY.ctiarged -with
aetwuAiur s Mary Durraut. and en
Wiiwd U- mx months iu jail. He had at
tmptMi ti match a pocketbook from the
Seorge 6. MOaln,a carpenter, living at
Ko. 72tTm street soutbeast, was mov
lor aoine case- at the National Museum
ycatUBrdai afternoon, whn one of tbem
Jit artoa Wm . cutting bis face and head
1 several place.
Ttee VwNn Bayern on Stniday elect ed of
ficer as follows President, George
!Xtcta, ice president, W. Ruokdawhel:
beoretari. ThnoOore A . Leokert, treasurer,
PenttufttMl Miller: financial committee.
Gtwee Tof, M- Hoizb&ierletn. A. Hatr.
fca: mt&etf paytctem. Dr. Otu Shelk
Metoa. ergeiit-t irmt, Michael Koerner.
Artniaiu Lodse. N. 25, F. and A. M.,
lia-Iied Uw following of ricers William
F. ileyer, W. JL: William Berg. 6. W.;
Oh. Orredorff, J. W.; H. II. Gerdes -ecre-lt:
Jf- T. Hies, treasurer; Harry Pothfe
oiuM, -- .; A. Hurfclta, J. .; Andr .T
Ui. ad F. ISacricii. en-artN. ."harleis
3blff . Ulcr If. Kraode, H. dagger aim
3. If. Melner, pnjxies to tbe raud kide
3. M.' lrffCMt4. u Maaonic board of re
iHwf. M. Glacr: to Kt. John's Mite Afc
fdat1on. L- GoldMcbwMc; to GtrniMi
Ohr. Xander, 999 7Ui at. Tor mincemeat
and eCKO no bcttei liquor needed than
MsoidOal.BraDdy or Sterling Rye fThlhkv,
Wilt Wc quor Ms Gold Medal Kye, G5c
yt. All free from fusel puiaon. " It
Ji'AXOin.l.lV xkw chahgi:.
Jlr Tf IK i Aiifxrinteii Lender of :lie
7iiHi 'ti York llenniient Hand.
Xir Yrk, lee. lS.-P.-.if rrance?i
PanetaM., wboMKCeeded RaodmfeterS jjia
a Hie leafier f toe Uidted States Ma
riwe B.f!d at Wai!iNitoit , was aio:iiea
Utdsy to tl vatitnt leadertip of the
wenty-aftt Heidmeot Itand iu this at.
Pof. FacitHwtib honorably rtii-clianred
fnau the marine ervlce on Kovem'ier 1.
J-at J nae be vt tried aud convicted ny
0 5.vort -martial of ibfcubwrdinaUon , but
i6efretar of tbe Xavy reverf-ed tlte
f 4taadredajuf friend of Tixf . l'.stci
M In tbiecity -were deJigbted wlieu the
lred. Ia niebt of life ood for'jiic
ttia Uk fatten tt bis tot. Tbe Sevent
ftrit Keekneot Baud bat a reputatioii iet
Ml to e ia tbe fount rj , aial und"r tbe
a'CiinitiUhed IrxdertiMii of Mr. Fnavmllt
it may be safely expected t ain ww
lamfctu It is more than probable tbat
t1.- tend, under Itp new leader, viU le
iKJird bcre lefore k.
i 3. NANSBX'S LIXTURK.
3Ct TJitdtkr tbe Aunihco, of the X
ihhimI (!: ri!Je i-oc-iety.
Geo. Grerfy, w vice president of tie
Kitfcmal GeoraphK-Society. UaimouiKMd
tact 4e NaUotial Geurapbic Society it.
IMA ojawected wttti tl.c ntanaement of
te MoMed lecture to be iven bere by
Mr. I'erett Hayden. tbe secretary of
Ue uctty, ife iHTHonally manaiu tlf
iirraagetnents for tbe Ictnre.
Omaonndtai; on tbe mbtindertsta inline
-wlilch ba ariueu ltecween ibese officers of
te aocety, Mr. Hayden Miy that Dr.
Kansas doe nut need any advertisement
at cbe ttand of tin wciety. and that tlte
wociety i teat Ink an organization to look
il au5iMce as an advertibeiueut.
C'-a.-.'-,& --'.'r. a'' b,'&-'&fZ'
oase oi z-i D0uies oniy 51, a
I You Ought to
$ Keep a Case
S In theOeliar,
v 1 lien Miu'l! always have me-
tlui.j; -od t offer friends -vclen
tire dun- in- in tl.c cening.
are tin. lri tl'atcervone who
u fond of delkiuuK u alt beer-a-re
-will enJo. T1k- former i&
lht the latter dark and lleay
-Only $1 for a case of 21
hot tie-? delivered iu unletter
ed, wagons. Write or telephone.
Washihotoh Brewery Co.
th and FN. E. Phone, 2l5t
t-t- -"& b V.'a o
TIONAL BOARD 0F TRU
'rweuty-Eiglilli Annual Session
Opens at the Skorehani Today.
WHOLE NATION REPRESENTED
3Ien Well Known in All Comiueivi.il
Comer- Aiuoiik the l)flei?itc-
Important Subject Ilel-iting to
Coinnierc-e unrt Other Kunlred
Questions to He Discussed.
One I undred kings of commerce and nir
cbant princes will begin their annual fig?it
with formidable economic problems at the
Shoreham at 12 o'clock today. The ."a
tional board of Trade, representing the
buMueet men of nil the large citi1. of the
oountry. begins the three days' f-esion df
its twenty-eighth annual meeting.
Atu-nr the delegate in the city la.l
nightwere is. Frank Howaid, George IC
sStoiie, J. J. Sleever, B A. Eckhart, Jame.--J.
Kiool It. S Ljm, .W. S. Warren, and
H. J. Dornniau, all from Chicago, at the
Arlington, Simon Sterne. U. Waldo Smith,
Frances U: Thurber, Silas M. Glddlngfe, aud
William Wiley, of New York City, at the
Sltorctaiu; AIouzo It. Jaioei-, Charleb Ken
nedy, and Kdward W. Ame1, of Huff.ilo.
tlie Philkdefphia Hoard of Trade, John H.
Graham, Z. Y. Schermerhorn, Joel Cook
Joxpli S. I'arot, K. It Wood, C. Stewart
ratUThon. William M. Coalcb, and William
It. Tuckei; The Philadelphia Trad
League, ilahlon N. Kline, ex Gov
Kobert B. PalliHJii, Samuel H
Freich. W- S. Supplee, John G. CrottO'i
Fiuley Acker, William Watt-mil, A. G.
A. G. Elliot and W. H. Kelly: the Atlanta
Chatu'-er of Commerce, former Gov. it
B. Bullock, It. D. Spalding, C. A. Colli t.
mayo i of Atlanta; J. G. Oglesby. T. 11
Keal aj.d S. T. Woodaou, all nt the Arling
ton; tie Cincinnati people, among them
Mr. Ed 0. ILshelby and Samuel Bailey, a
The preliminary business, the Hleetl.n
of a pie&idiug ortlcer. aud the reference jf
sul'j-'oth to conumttees will occupy t,i
early part of today's !es!iou.
Several subjects of the utitwh-t impor
tance will be dl&ciih-ed by people -vl o
know iuoM about them in the oountry.
Anton; tne commercial and transport.).
tion (p.rttioiih will be interhtate ton.
merce and tlte Interstate Commerce Com
missxin,andreOi:nuendntiou'- by thcAnser
loan Warehouses Asticiatioir the cousu'ar
service. lailroad pooling, and recommend.i
tions by the Boion Chatnber of Commerce
ilte Boston ilerchants, Asfc.cidtion, the
New l'otk Heard of Trade and Transporta
tion. tie Philadelphia Board of Trade url
tbe Philadelphia Trade.' League.
Manufacturing subject's, the coabt line
watervays. the Nicaragua Caual, the
Mississippi Itivcr liuproi ements, irnga
lioii. reciprocity, the tariff, the Load
po-Mal Mil. the trade miir. law, and the
contro; of mouopolie. ire all to be die,
cussed bj weH-known men
AVATEH COI.OHS ON Ali:V.
Exhibition Continue-, to He Well At
tended Some X'lctureh Sold.
The opening of the second annual ck
hiMuon of the Washington Water Color
Club, yefterday, at the roomB c.t the So
ciety of Washington Artists, at No. l(i'U
CoiiHecucut avenue, was marked by a
large attendanoe or the lover or the bcau
UCul. The uuauimoutt erdiot of all who
witnessed tlte excellent difplay was that
tbe exhibition is a grand u(xvb and far
surpae-es anythinir of the ktni ii
in lac i-mitonai capital.
During the hours wbicli the parlors
were opeu to the public yesteroai the
r-Kiios were visited by huudrtds or peo
ple interested in this special line of art.
The comment was very flattering to the
Many or the paintings were sold during
ie dHV.H!meof them bringing fancy prices.
The picture Hold i "m
A Hay Dream. ' Battle E. Hurdette;
sketch. Grace E. Atwater; "A Misty Morn
ing." Everett Warner. 'Sunsi," 11. Ho
Itarl Niclmls. -Marguerite." Marietta M.
Andrews.' Hazy Weather.' Eterett Warner.
8, lhflS. On Mondays and Thursdays the
hours will be from bam. to 0 p. in . and
from 8 p. m. until 11 p. in On every
otber day the nioins yvm je open from
9 a. m. until 6 p. m.
CEXTRAL LAHOK UXION.
Delegates Meet mid T)Kcu Sub
jects, of Interest.
Tlie tvmiai Labor Union met lastnightat
Typographical Temple. Thercwerei reent
a full quota of delegates fiom twent i-oue
Tne greater part of tbe lime or meeting
was taken up with the consideration of
the supplemental bill to the eight-hour Jaw,
introduced in Congress bj Senator White,
of California. The hill was referred to
tbe legislative committee.
William 11. Magoltu was elected an addi
tional delegate to represent the Central
Laboi Union on tlie central committee of
the District Suffrage Association.
Delegates from tlie Plate Printers' Union
were admitted and obligated.
Don't lie persuaded into buying liniments
without reputation oi merit Chamber
laius Pain Balm costs nu more, and its
merits have Leen proven bj a test of many
years. Such letteis as the follo-niug rum
L.G. Bagley.Hueneme, CaI.,areco:iaU:itly
being received: ''The best remedy for pain I
hae e er uBed Is Chamheilain'bPain Bairn,
and I say so after haiing used it in my
family for several years." It cures
rbeumatfer: , lame back, sprains aud kwcII
Inge. For ialc by Heniy Evans, -whoIiaIe
and retail druggist, !38 V St. and Conn. re
and S bt-i'W and 142S Md ave. no.
Heiuember thnt OHOVEH GRA
IIA3i' remedy is GUARANTEED
to remove till dis.trf.s, FROM THE
FIKbT DOSE. It i folly to suffer
when n 30e bottle, procured from
your di-uugist, am 11 eorreet in
stantly all imijleu-aiit symptoms.
An infallible Spe 'fie for Dyspepsia,
Heartburn, Gusn-itis, and till dis
cuses nris:ii f i urn an impaired
Digestive- System. Write to (J rover
Uruhuiii Co., Newbtirsh, X. Y., for
We do all kinds of
knife or side plailing.
Sic rts made on
Pi n I in z done zvhtlc
you zva, t (per yd) . .
Special disco an Is lo
New Home Agency,
5i4 pth St. N. W.
Bw -R 0 18
THE STOCK OF GARNER & CO., CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS, 7TH AND H STS.,
OFFERED FOR SALE BY JOSEPH EISNER & CO., BAL TIMORE, MD,,
TO SATISFY THEIR CLAIM '
BELT LINE TO BE SOLD
;q Cox Renders His Dccisioii
To That Efl'ect.
Receiver Sehocpf's Poor Prospect
for Hciug Reimbursed for Money
Advanced to Pny the Men.
The Belt Line is to be sold, by order
of the court, tc pay its debts. Judge Cox
rendered his decision jesterday to that
The provisions of the decree are that the
proceeds of the sale shill be devoted to
palng, first, the expenses of the sale,
second, the expenses of the receivership,
third, to the refunding of a Joan or ?2,D00
secured by receiver's certificates; fourth, to
redeeming the bonds secured by the firs)
trust, atfdf If tb.o redeeming bonds secured
by the second trust.
Judge Con did uot announce his decision
as to the trusteeship. The petition of Re
ceiver W. Kesley Schoepf that he be ul
lowed to iH.ue receiver's certificates iu
order to secure funds to pay the men wus
As to I he order of precedence of payment
Judge Cox's decision makes the payment
or the debts incurred by the receiver come
Although Mr. Schoepf is not in the city,
from statements made by him to Tlie Times
last week it is known that this decision will
be a great disappointment to him In several
ways. He advanced $2,000 to the road out
of hisown pocket fcrt he repaymentor which
his probpects are not at present ery flat
tering. ACTION Oy A MEAT BILL.
Georg;e Voi.elft's Suit AKninst Abbie
W Gillett aud Sarah W. Bradley.
Mr. George Vonelff has entered a suit 'n
equity against Abbie W. Gijlett and Sarah
W. Bradley for the recovery of u meat
bill of $570.74, Incurred by Mrs. Gillett
wh "i she was the proprietress of the Hotel
Litchfield, on Fourteenth street The bill
was due originally to Mr. John II. Bustlier,
the butcher. The s;jlt alleges that Mrs.
Gillett iKiught meat from him on credit , fro n
eail In 1895 until October, 1&9G.
Mi. Gillett then gave Mr. Buscher notes
for the amount, and conveyed the lot on
wine"! the Litchfied stands to her sister,
Saial' W. Bradley, the other defendant,
and left the city.
Mr Voneiff bought the notes from Mr.
Bii'-chci. He asserts that Mrs. Gillett still
own- tli( property in reality, and that her
slst-i i only holding it in trust for her.
Hi states that he is of the opinion that
theie Is an attempt to defraud him, and
asvs the court to order the sale of the
LiKhfKld property to satisfy the ainouut.
SENT TO RELATIVES.
NcRro Ex-CiiiisuPs DesPi-ted Chil
dren Provided For.
The fie children ot AVilliam Smith,
ex-consul to Santos, Biail, for wwhom
the Board of Children's Guardians was
reci ntly asked to find a suitable home, as
It was alleged that they had been deer ed
by their f&thui, were yesterday aftfirmon
sent to Brownsville, Tenn., where Chief
Clerk "Douglas, or the board, hab arranged
to have relatives ot the little ones caie
Smith has not been living in this city for
about eight months but Mrs. Smith, the
mother of the children, still resides '.ere.
It was ascertained b the board, hrough
the medium ot the New York police de-
THIS morning we commence to dispose of the stock at prices that will insure
quick sales. "We are not here to make any profit all we wish to do is to get
our money back to realize sufficient to satisfy our claim against the stock. The
goods will be sacrificed far below actual cost in order to settle the matter quickly.
of the regular selling prices, is what we have marked the goods. They have all teen
ticketed in plain figures, so that everyone may come in, pick out what they want and
see just what they are getting. The opportunity is an extraordinary one. The stock
is well selected and in excellent condition. Our Mr. Gwin, of Baltimore, has entire
charge of the sale and will be in constant attendance.
A magnificent line of Men's Overcoats.
A splendidly assorted line of Men's Suits.
A very well selected line of Men's Trousers.
A large and stylish assortment of Furnishings.
A complete line of Children's Suits and Reefers.
To miss this sale would be the height of foolishness. The goods are being -simp
y slaughtered, and it is for you to take advantage of it.
Sk?$ & MS3 $" 34S 34 && &&$&
Sale under charge of H. A. GWIN,
eventli and H Streets N. W.
COMPETENT SALESMEN WANTED.
portmenl that he lives in that metripodg.
Letters weie seat to him at ins ad Iross
but no replies have yet been received to
any of ih'Mn.
Hie five children left Tor the new home
on the 2:20 o'clock Chesapeake and Ohio
SUPREME COURT RECESS.
It Will Extend From December 20
to January 3.
Chief Justice Fuller yesterday an
nounced that the enscs involving the p i.ver
brake patents to which the Westinghouse
and Boydeu com panlesa re parties, ha e botii
asxigne-d to the docket for reargunientaud
set for the first Monday in March. Tns
will be the third argument of these ca-es
before the present bench.
The holidaj reces of the Supreme Cojrt
will extend fiom Mondaj, the 20th n.
stant, to January U Owing to the retire
ment of Justice Field Justice Brewer has
been temporarily assigned as presiding
justice ot the Ninth circuit.
ANOTHER CHANCE FOR BRAM.
Supreme Court Grunts the Convicted
Murderer u New Trial.
Thomas Brain , convioted of the murder of
captain, the captain's wife, md the mate
of the barkentine Fuller on a voyage f ro.n
Boston to a South American port, w ill hae
another cbauecfor hlsiife. Speaklncror the
Sypreme Court Justice White yesterday sa'd
that the ca-e warranted a rever-alof the
verdict aud judgment, and the granting oi
a new trial, which was done. The reasoning
of the court was that a confession that
was put In as evidence was not a -oluunry
one in the meaning of the law. Justice
GEN. BANE'S AVI IX.
His Sons Contest the Estate AVilh
The contest over the will of the late
Gen. Moses M. Bane was begun yester lay
before Judge Bradley. Gen. Bane was
seventy-three years of age when he was
married in November; 1896, to MissLucy
Leftwfch, a middle-aged woman. He died
thiee months after, in last February.
His will, made alter his marriage, was
found to leave nil his' property to his
wife, to the exclusion of his two sons.
The sons contest this -will. Theyclu.vre
that he -was nientallyincapuble of nri'c ng
a valid will and that Ids witc married
him for his property.
Electric Light Companies' Case.
The case of the Potomac Electric Power
Company againstthcUnltedStntes Electric
Lighting Company and the Commissioners
of the District for an injunction to pre
vent tlie laying of the now famous con
duit tin Ninth street and the granting of
further perrrlts, was Up before Judge Has
tier yesterday. Arguments were made by
the attorneys for both sides. The United
States Company filed an affidavit in an
swer to that of the Potomac Companj last
Four Trinls for Insanity.
There wore four trials of insanity sups
before a imushal's jury yesterday. Oscar
Reichert was discharged. He had been
drinking hard, but had apparently entheiy
reccnered his lenson. Joseph Spillune and
At tonlo Laoute were sent to the asvlirn
The St. Jclin "d. t.'' case, which was l p
a few days ago, was continued again, the
young a an agreeing to return to the asylum
fo. his complete recovery on condition that
nn record of insanity go against him.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Brouio Quinine Tanlets. All
druggists refundthe money if if failsto cure.
20c. Thegenuine has L. B. Q.ou each tablet.
PLUMBERS HAVE A GRIEVANCE.
AVill Tell Their AA'oes to Commis
The District Commissioners will give the
representatives of the Ma'-ter Plumber-,'
Association of Washington a hearing to
morrow at 11-30 a. in., relative to charges
preferred by their representative, Mr. Wil
liam Coch. against Inspector of Plumbing
Charles A- Ball. It is charged that Mr.
Ball dominates the action of the board of
plumbing inspector.-., und is otherwise ob
jectionable. More than one member of the board of
inspectors, one of i liom is al-o a mem
ber of the Plumbers' Association. wa seen
lastevening. but they would not corroborate
the above statement.
Mr. Thomas Humphrey, preMdcnt. of the
association, said that so faras he saw, and
he has been a member of the board of
plumbing inspectors for several years, Mr.
Bail has always acted fairly aud in the
best interests of the plumbers aud the
general health of the c.ty.
When tlie complaint was to the atten
tion of the Commissioner--, by tlie master
plumbers, they replied, reviewing the caseo
referred to in detail, informing the as
sociation thnt they aw no cause for
complaint. This was uot satsfactory, and
they requested an audience, which was
Distiict Suffrage Association.
A meeting of the central committee of
the District Suffrage Association was
held last evening at the office of Dr
Iteyburn. There was a full representa
tion of the delegates from ail the affili
ated organizations and President Thoma,
G. Hensr vas in the chair. Arrange
ments were perf cited for the mass meet
A limited number of
Vests, full satin front,
$G velvet collar Mel
ton Overcoat' 3A to fli'5 Oi
$S velvclcoliar Bea
ver andKersey 34 to g 3 "7
$10 extra fine trim
med; a great bargain
$15 swell Overcoat,
In fine Melton, hand
somely trimmed, bu
ed iu farmers' satin,
note our price
Men's extra heavy
Ulsters regular life
prescrvers; wellworth i j9 fS"7
J I Ian I 1 ! 1 I tana lUta !s a
pi? fct Balimre SU
$ Baltimore. Md.. 1
ing tviih li vill t ike place Imuary 13 . t
linden's Hall. It -wfl -.rated that Sent
tor Tillman ,r South ( arolina and Hon. W.
C. Dodca- ban consented to address the
INTERESTS OK THE NORTHEAST.
Citizens' Association Objeets to the
Proposed Intension 0f Hiuhwavs.
Tlie Northeast Washiugton Citizens Asso
ciation, at its meeting last night, discussed
the proposed extension of highways. Con
siderable opposition to the project was
developed, but on motion of Mr. FrizzH
the question mas lererred to the committee
on streets, which committee will make
a report to the association at its next
meeting. Major Burke objected to the
extension of stieets as proposed.
Fiesldenc Tucker suggested that it would
be -wise to extend tbe streets of the cite
in conformity with a general plan, ratlar
than to havctreet in ule bv tlie projectors
of Aarioos suburban subdivisions.
He advised the association that in the
matter of Uie Delaware ;nenue reserva
tion, alleged to be illegally held bv a
ralhoad, the Secretary or tlie Interior lta.1
referred the case to the Attomer General.
He announcd that It would be desirable
to hae tlte Capital Traction Companv ex
tend its system along Eighth stieet ea-
At the next meeting the question of
sum age iu the District will he discus., d.
The .SilMitiou Army Dinner.
Desiring to 1 ave luncer time In -which
to make preparation for their freeChns:
mas dinn-r tor the poor, the Salvation
Army has changed the date from the 22a
to the 29th. This will m no way bit r
fere with the n eeting being held in th
AVeslej Ch. pel Wednesday evening.
even for tin hoir. On the cont
commodate our customers. Tn
activity proves thnt our barjra
by the best .Judges THE BU
dollar for high-class, stylish .
the crowds to Pennine's, whose
every assertion iie multes. This
efforts- no empty promises b
will astonish and please every
Men's "-istom Suits mid Prince Albert
dressy and stylish, worth 25 00
Men's Suit Bargains.
Men's good Suits;
good materials, per-
(j"?..'.. ..T.vni' S3.48
Men's fimj Tweed
and Cassltnere Suits; no
worth $11.00 53.yO
Men's mixed Cassl-
mere and Cheviot r? TV O
Suits; worthSll &Q-3
iot Pants; good and 7n
One lot extra value, g5 I JIT
neat and dressy, for.. tpl'lu
A lot $4 aud $5
AATorsted, in stripes rtj e f
to close our store
Tlie Busy Corner,
8th and Market Spaoe.
rown oof our,.,
9 I B
-and w e exjiect to gather in the largest
trade of cur experience.
A e have extended y&n a complete bar
gain gaiue through Sunday's papers,
from which yon can select a hw
ent suitable for most any man. woataaor
You will rind ws open orery night fm.
now until I'hristiuas.
Tlie inter ior decorations of owrmoce have
the appearance of a mikado's dream, fee
ing handsoicely Illuminated with buftdtvtto
of ine.iiiilesceiit lamps and lantern. HtlHf
A pain etlls your attention to some ofM
larger Toys not mentioned in ye.sterrta.yV
Nldreu'aOxidied Frame RockuixClMtate
with polished cherry bottoms, a Tery efef
gant present. '
s9tf md a
Boys' Btcyd k largest size, patent syrfegsr
aud sole leather seats.
Childrei's Patent Oak-top Conbtfn,.tea
Large-sue Highly Pobsbed Oak Cabinet
Writing Desks, with book shelves.
Children's Kattau-oody Carriage. h&j&
somely upholstered with dtrfereatreolated
plush, wheels with Iron tires.
'hillren"s White Enameled Bureaux wltfi
Large-sie Oak Strip Buckboards. aft
Our Toy Department occupies a HSce"
4Gxl 00 Third Floor-
I Coke is popular I
with those bousekeepe. h who
9 desire a good fuel at a low pra e. e
S Begin saving money no fuel S
8 bulling Coke.
40bu Yw reshedCoke. S2.SO 1
i 40 bu. Crushed Coke.. S3 .TO
I Washington Gas Light Ca,
I 4-1,'i TOtli St. X. Y.,
! Or at 12th&M stE.se., 26th A G sts.
( Gaa Appliance Ex., 1-12-4 N. 1'. ave.
e will tend 70a 3 fire til da; trial
treatment of tha irsno Besdr
CALTHOS fret. tC.O Il. and
& legal sttirantes that CxLZBOa tui
STOP Iltharsei cad Cmluliis
CtTilE !prnnatorTba.'V arleocele,
and KESTOKE Lou Ijor.
It coats yoc nothing to try It.
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GCL0EM SPECIFIC CO.. Pron's. Cincinnati. 0.
J3Wti5brii r CookcMur lac HiM jalltlft.
rary, Ave shall he open later to ui
ree weeks of extraordinary business
ins are REAL, and are appreciated
YERS. Fifty cents saved on every
Clothing; is the magnet that draws
AVORD and l.sH stuuil behind
week we shall eclipse all previous
ut solid, sterling birgain-Kivins'thnt
Children's Suit Bargains.-
Child's wonder Suit;
extra heavy, double- f54.r
A lot of $2.50 aud
$2.75 Suits, good ma- 5fc 3 A
terials and style.... s&i' .-&
$4.50 and $5 Chil- n o1
dren's Suits sPS'iS?
and long, age, li to
Boys' heavy storm
collar Chinchilla Reef
ers, age. 7 to 1G
Boys' heavy, long
ri-ters; well worth
klian Reefer, deep sail
or collar, six large