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THE TIMES, WASHING-TOE, MOJNDAY, DJ-OiMRBR 20. -1897.
! Tlio Btisv Corner.
j 8th and Market Space.
MAYER & PETTIL
Gash or Credit,
THE GREAT PROVIDERS,
We have anticipated your Christinas wants as well as your every-day ones. Vv7e know that gifts should carry a little sentiment,
represented by the artistic and beautifultherefore we have a stock of just such things provided for you. Things beautiful without be
ing useless. As usual, at prices that stamp us as being- the keenest cutters of the times. Our new credit system is always at your dis
posal to assist you whenever you desire.
A veiv handsome Combination Cate
K Ufsk and Book C.ib
A "very larpe nijd hand
eoinu Oak Diner,
STAFFORD'S NEW LECTURE;
"Principle of American Citizen
ESGLAND SOT OUR MOTHER
Ointiou for tlJe Henerit ot tJoun 1
Hc-iiohN Fust, uf tliti Gnunl Army j
of the ilunnlilu DKtiu,uisrutl
l.Kteneis in the Audience Priest.'
Ti ibnte to I.ibei ty.
Dr. !) 3. Stafford delneted his new
lecture, entitled "The Principle uf JVmeri
can Citizenship,' at tlie Columbia Theater
"J'lie lecture was jawn fr the benefit of
the rohur fund of the John I". Uej nobis,
Vubt, Imi. 0, C. A. it., and filled the theater
with a large audience.
The Attunie Ueneral, the Misses Ic
C en nn.. iml sevoial frienil .it in the low T
left hand box. and the correejMinding box
on the opjKJiite side ws oocupil by .Mis
l'anjjt'linr. niroN Mr. Karl JJecker,
Dr. snd Mi-s. Lennett and Mi'-s Bennett.
.Among tfce occujants or the other l ovc-s
Aere Coauni-'-loner o" Peu.-iou. Kan.,
th jwl oniiiiatnlprs mid ofiieer-, with
their Aiec, and tie ladies or the Lojal
lr. .tnffonl fatil: Home threw out her
armies until it unbiacrd the v.orld, aijd
'jften conquest nij when the -norld vias
her.s. The great',-t thing a Kmii.iii could
Miy w.is 'Ciis bum Kuiuauuo' I am a
Ivoiuau. It meant the m.ij".-ty of the
people anil freedom Afium mtlinity. The
ptoudeit title an American can 'bear is
"CtM; sum America tins. It means jus
tice and eipiity to a!, the ideal state, tlie
rifcht of the people.
"Every nation has a chosen A'.oik tu
GARNER stock of CLOTHING.
Those who wish to lake advantage of this compulsory
sale must acl at once. Nothing will be reserved. MEN'S,
BOYS' and CHILDREN'S SUITS, PANTS and OVERCOATS
a. magnificent stock clean and up-to-date and also a very
fine line of FURNISHINGS. Everything is ticketed at
30c and 40c on the dollar.
The goods are plainly marked with original and sale
prices. Everyone may thus wait on themselves.
JOSEPH EISNER & CO.,
217 Wast Baltimore Street Baltimore, HA.
Sale under charge of H. A. GWIN,
7th and H
We have thou
A ety pretty Gilt
Chalr .; :....$198
A -vcr, lwiuiKomu 2.ii ge
This line ilahojjany r lame,
Silk bamaMc Tailor
perform, and tlie working out thereof con
titute': its mission. Gieece was clioien
for culture aud philosophy, Home for law
and jurisprudence, ami Greece and Home
conquered and fell. The American people
ha.e a mibiiou and a destiny. They have
had to solve the most difficult of all j
questions, to recognize liberty with :ui- !
"Men have been divided into two clashes '
the coiiMrvaUte awl radical. The one is I
the faction of memorj, the other of hope.
The one destroys the old, the other an- .
tagonizes the new. Tiio real pom ion is j
a jusc and happy mean, which clIugH to 1
tho old Tfithotit being bliml to the new. j
In tracing effects to oaups, we see in '
hiMoi y how often men change, Neither
xtreiiie radicaiKm nor extreme conserv
atism carries the day.
"Our fathers took this mean, and, guided
by reason, laid tlie foundation of an ideal
State. What infused such Mgor and life
Into the mtion from tlie first? Placed here
In a new couutry, their minds were eje
ated by the magnificent prospect before
them and taught thl by nature, and free
fiom sophism, they built on the equity uf
man as man. It Was .1 transition mg ith
promise. The uurld was given an impetup.
A now clvillaiion began, and eras of
progress started. The Declaration of In
dependence came. It wue not a document
of glittering generalities, but a list of.
divine operatUu truths. The foundation
of this Government was man in hU racial
.. ij 1:1 iiiaui-riiiij us man. iiiatorianlook
In ain for any frail of such an ideal in
the pa-i. It is not in the philosophy of
Plalo, not In the legislation of Ljcurgus,
not inthcuratoryof Citcro.nor in the poetry
or Virgil. Tlie unity.and fcolidarltj of race
was not known to them. Atlienb even,
from v horn wc set tl.c woul 'democracy, '
did not attain tu thih free citizenship.
In Kuroni- generally rights are handed
flown la lrtiiille.fi, and man considered col
lectively ami not as a unit. We must
spak of Knglaml it li baled breath. The
learned I!ihop of Albany says this is the
latent ppl or Americanism. We must
not speak anything thai .M11 give ofrense
tu Jlnirlnnd. This i a false assertion.
Europ.s aud not Kugland, is tho uiotlier of
America. We aie not a Mep child that
inglaud should look afler us. Tlie lioast
oT the learned Bishop of Albany ib an in
pult to eery Ameriumi. Wo arc not
Identical wltli England. Xowhero In Eng
lish legislation i- our inalienable nght to
Sts. N. W.
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Chirfonlens, In oalc or mahog
any finihti, with gins... ST. GO
ric-Diawcr Oak Cliif fo
ThlH veiy handsome
White J"uamcl I3"d
Ixj found. English principle Is based on
the Magua Charta. the neer appeals to
the abstract right of man. It always
speaks of English liberty. It lllertj
is not liberty everywhere It is not liberty
"England wn too occupied at home
with the Parliament and crown contest
to deotc her attention to her American
colonies. We grew spontaneously, and
wheu she tried to repres us it wus too
late. There vus no American reso
lution, stilctly speaking. It was a
natural organized giowth from the Urgiu
soil into libei ty. The glory of Gieece
Is the glorv of art, the glory of Home
that of power, of Venice that of trade,
of Europe that of state, but the story of
America, is the glory of man.1''
J1IIAVK I.llJI.K WOMAN.
Young: Girl of Fifteen Conquers a
Nellie Sheckelbis but riftcen years old,
but Mie is nevertheless one ol tlie brjAWst
little AMiiuetiiu Wathington. Her horoisni
jestcrday alternoou fcaved lierkelf as well
uis her hibter frnm pu-sible death.
MihS Nellie la the daughter of Mr. John
E. Sheckelb, of No. 321-1 Brown sweet,
Mount rieatant. Yesterday afternoon Mr.
Sheckels had hih horbc harnef;';ed to a four
stated carriage to take his family out for
foi a drive. While he went in the house
for his wife he left the two plrlf outside
with the turnout. Nellie w,is holding the
reins. Suddenly the animal took fnght
at an imaginary object upon the tide
walk, ami, with a "wild leap, darted out
towa rd Fourteen! h M reet. running at brea k
neck speetl and kicking, McimHy. At
Fourteenth street the hor'fce wheeled and
turned, running at a terrible rate of ppced
cl..-..m tl.c rourteenth stn-et hill.
AH offortB to Mop the animal proved
futile and pedestrians, rearing to nppmach,
expected to kho the jrlrlt, thrown out at.
any moment and serluutay injured, il not
Killed. Meanwhile the little -Aomau clung
temuloiiily to the reins with all of her
strength aud displayed remarkable cool
ness and activity. It looked nt if a ter
rible accident were sure to happen,
but Nellie did not loosen her hold on the
reins. At the corner of Rhode Island ave
nue Sergt. Dunnlgan saw the maddened
horse tearlug dou the street and deter
mined to make an effort to stop it. Then
it was that the girl displayed her nrvc.
Instead of running the horse into the tuib
or a tree box and being thnnwi out sin
managed to keep the animal In tho center
of tlie street.
When near the corner of Hliode Ji-land
avenue, by a great effort Khe Drought the
horse to its haunches, so that several men
lushing up.-ScUea It and prevented rurth'er
disaster. Witnesses of the tunaway said
it was the pluckiest deed they had evr
seen, and a crowd soon gathered around
the girlo. Neither of them as hurt, hut
aflei it was all over and thev realized
what their plkrht had ucen, they weie
1)11.5, JX O.iJ.Ai AUO.W.
3Irs r.ncy Collii's-, a Cetiteiiiirinii,
Gets Carbolic Aeld for Medicine.
Mrs. Lucy Collins, thjugutto havebeen I ho
oldest colored woman In Georgetown-died
Saturday aa a result or a dose of carbolic
acid accidentally administered io her by
her grand-daughter. Mrs. Collins ltccl
-with her grandson at No. 133fe 2Mb street.
and is believed to have baen more tha n a
liundi ed years old- Most o T her life she Ju!
pas-i"d both us a slave and since she m
freod, in Geoigetown.
Tor several dayg Mrp. Colhiw has been
ill, and i)r. Webb was summoned. He lert
her a lottle o medicine. It -was placed on
a bureau and beside it stood a vial simi
lar in Bize and shape, which contained ctr
bolicacld. Soturrtaynight about no'clock
Jn3t ns it was getting dark, her grand
daughter thought to give her grandmother
her medicine and accidentally picked up
the carbolic acid bottle and poured out
a tauiespoourul or it, which the old woman
swallowed. Rhe died in gieat agony a
snort time later.
A beautiful I)cJk, In Oak
SO. 9 8
Large Parlor Heat
ing Stove $5. GO
lames rorli, of Liverpool, and H 1'.
Hadlej. of London, are guests at fbe
1'bbitt. They nre prospector -that is,
prospectors for inestments. They Hie
making a tout or this cnuntn, ud say
that tliej haAe already run against ie"cral
propositions that look to them like gool
things. These "Englishmen were kind
enougl to si eal. of tv.-o or three thing
they htAo seen in America worth com
mending. They do not think that e-rj-thing
American is fresh and raw, and
they appto've of American scenery.
Kldredgf C. Clawson, of Atlanta, hih
staked mil his c'aim at L.i Normaudie, . nd
sajs ln ha gained ten pounds on ihre
meals. Mr. Ciawson is a Democrat anil
a business man, and sajs he Kno'vs pros
perity when he Pees It. Tilings are not
altogether dull in Atlanta, hut there .-u't
a boom. Mr. Ciawson leiiees tint pros
perity would be more widespread had
Willlnir. Jennings Bryan been elected Presi
dent Tn Noemhcr last.
Mr. Edward P. Rlcker, tlie proprietor 01
one of the lurgesfc of the Milne sum nor
report hotels at Poland Springs, is at 'he l
Ralelsrh. He said last night of Mains
as a summer resort Plate:
"There are two hundred thousand Msitors
10 Maine and New Hampshire eery sum
mor, ju-d they leave $10 eacli or more.
We eoure .?S 000,000 a year from them.
Taking care of these people r the large1 1
industry in Malm at the present lime. It
pays better than f aruilug or lumbering, or
mining or flshim.-. And yet it is in it"
Infancy. The businefis ha grown so
rapidly (hat up haie not been -ible to
build sulthblu hotels. Tn a few years
the palnces of the world Mill he in our
Mr. John Gary WattH,-ndjutaiit general
or South Carolina, is at the Metropolitan.
He called on Ad1L Gen. Ureck at the War
Deportment jesterdayron business relat
iiig to the Butith Carohnh. militia.
Mr. W. Littlerield, ofuTopcka, Kan., at
torney ror the Atchison railroad, Is in the
city 011 railroad business.' He Is at the
Normandlc, Mr. Littlerield said of Kan
sas ropullsm and prosperity last night:
"The farmers are Selllngrtheir wheat at
So cents. Theli fitockvis bringing good
pricsE, loo Tnoy liavo.niore money than
lor many years past and many or the.n
have been able to pay off their niort
"The lunksareevcn tnrnlnga way noney.
They have more offered to them than
they can pay interest non and loan out.
I believe tills condition) of things is turn
ing some of tho Populists, and silver peo
ple awaj rrnm their belief. The fanner,
of Kansas were undoubtedly in si terrible
condition of distress belnre this year, hut
the ac courts published were overdrawn.
The people hae left the State, 'ind the
faims have beou s0d out under foreclosure
and b'.iight up by cattle men. This will
make a difference In any future lu'd
'Theie aren't ?o many Kansas farmeis
tosufrei.and cattle raising is a letter Iium
ncss in many paits of tre State, owing
fo the uiieertainty of crops." Mr. Little
ficldsa ill that Atkinson would imdouhtcdly
paya iliidcml dining the next fiscal year,
though hcwould make no preibtr.on i. to
Mr. Charles A. Moore, of Brookljn, '"the
Maik- Hainia of the East," is a t the Ar
1 Mr.J.L. Huideiikoper.theco-ft,wain ofthe
.Haivard trcw of '87. Ik at ire Shoichnm
.vithhls father, Mr.F. W.Huldenloi .-.
MasMve Onk KxtetihioU
finely finished $6.fSO
A TTne Bras'- Onjs
Top Table... K3.4S
3IirTII T-I r. SBKK I'OI in: A!I.
Cold Wave Drive, SiifftM-inv llu
iiiaiuty tc) tlie tation.
These are the das when a fall in the
mercurj c-nise a corresponding me in
coal hills, and those who are the leaet
fortunate in the possession of viorldly goods
feel most keenly the stmt of poverty.
The poor v. e h.i"e with us alwajs, but
a fall f "JO degrees in the temperature
-eems to make llieni moie abundant, for
it sends thtm fortli from the alleys and
tenement houses, where the sweltering heat
of summer 1" more merciful to tltem than
the frosts and cold winds of winter. 'Ihey
come out to Mek relief from their dis
tress. Hiis people do not see them so
frequent!, about their dailv walks, but
it is the patient policeman who, day after
da y, listens to their tales of Aoe and suf
fering. Saturdaj's cold -wave, which iva the
first real cold spell or the saMin, vnt to
the htation-liou-es main who iia thus
far been able to cope v,ith the difficulties
of meigerl. suppijing their wants. The
sunshine oT prnspeiity was hot s1irficently
warm jesterday 10 comfort the need ones,
clothed in their rags ami tatters, and those
who applied for help aikcd clneflv Tor
fuel. Not a few, lumccr, eprefsfd a
desire for f.iod and clothing. 'J he police
do not take their names and 11 akc a record
of the case, but refer them to Secretarj
Wilson of tre ASsoclited Charities.
Formerly Congress appropriated a roin
iiaratlvely small amount 0I" money for
the (iu 1 ,r the need xit during the
winter, but thin jear the amount has
entirel lieen turned oer to the Assoeltted
Chanties for di-burenient. By this
means .111 iinfMlgatlnii i m.idi of each
case -when help is asked, .mil none who
is not deserlng receives an allowance.
The oul j rmidt, which the police have
Tor the relier of the poor arr those gieu
voluntaril by charitably inclined rcr.
sons directly to the police ror this purpose.
Thus far (ew extremely distressing eases
hae lueii brought to the attention of the
police, because the -e.i5.on is ouug, but
the indications are thai the poor will
suffer the laiw this winter, if the weatlier
is severe, as they hae in the past. All
that will rdlce them is the systematic
manner m -which dlslriuutious are made
under the direction of Seeretaiy Wilson,
without loss or waste.
There arc the chrome beggars, who are
first to make their appearance and nk
for aid, but those who are the movt de.
serving oT help are the ones who do not
seek it until on the -verge of starvation,
and absolute necessity compels them to
request relier. There "une been few, it
any, of tliee extreme eases this winter.
Both the Ceulral Fnlon Mission and the
Munfclpil Ludging House h.ie been well
Tilled with lodgers for a nuiiiher of nights
past, and frequent applications are made
for beds at the police satiou.
-COI.GMIJIA FNION LLKcriONS.
ProcrediiiKs at Tyiimiriiplilenl Tem
ple CoiieprnniK t'lioice of Offieei -.
Columl'ia Typographical Union, No. 101,
mut jestirday at Typographical Temple.
on 0 street, vrhre President Kohinson con
duct ii theproceedingH.
Tuc session was devoted lo the tonsidera
Hon of proposed amendments to l'i- con-ti-tutiou
of the union, relative to the election
or orricjr. The amendments propo-d
clianrcs in detail t he ondtict ing or election-,
"ppclullv 111 chaptcis wilh small meml-er-ships.
V Ith tlie ernption oT the leeom
inciidatiiin relative to the fillintr of a
vacancy in th- office of picldenr. should
one oct ur, ond the selection of delegates to
(ortlanlti which the union Is'reprcaented t h
am2ndlm,nt were derated. When a
vacan"y occurs In ilie orflce of president
three months refnre tie iiinual election
the election wilt te held an already pro-
1 1 " rAn mttlfrt
A I ttie llirl Tree Toys.
with serap pictures, fanoy paper,
J. JAY GOULD, 421 ltb ol.
The Great Providers,
415417 Seventh St.
Heavy Ingram Carpet 35c a
11 hi Wool Ingrain Carpet.. ..50c H
Heavy Tapestry Brussels Car
pet esc m
mil e-lo Chenille Portieres. .$2.4S
Lace Curtain, Worth ?2.00,
for SSu pr
Full -Size lied Comforts CSC
1-J 'White Waukets 85c pr
Very Fine Quartered Oak China
Clnet, with round gltisi
Fine $1.00 Cobbler Seat
L.ulieV IIandome Oak or ilal.o'4
anv Desk, with )raf-.
Large Oak Hall Hack ...$12.50
I large . piece I'arloi Suite,
1 handsome Parlor Table,
'Ji pair Lace Curtain.,
1 very pretty Tarlor Lamp, -rUth Shade,
CASH OH CREXJXT.
A very Ihtrc Oak Sid"board, with larsc
French plat mirror,
6 hatidMHuu hlghJ-ack, Oak Caneeat
1 verv heavy Oak FteD-ion Table,
CASH OR CHEDIT.
A beautiful Oak Suite, with largo mirror,
I handsome Cane-seat Chairs,
1 larpe Arm Uockcr,
1 Towel Rack,
1 good crttoli-top Mattress-,
1 beaii woKii wlrp sjirlns",
CASE OJR CREDIT.
Hemernber tl.nt GIIOVEK CKA
HA31"rf lemeily is UrAHANTKhD
lo remove all di-.tre.ss, FltOM TILE
FJIteT DOSi:. It i lolly to sulfur
when a ,i0e bottle, proetircd from
your drugi-t, -w.H correct 111
stnntly nil itiiplt aant symptoms
An infallible Siiecitio for Dysiicpla,
lleartburir, Gnsirit ., and" all dis
eusea niismg; from nn impaired
Digrestivo System. Wrlle to tirover
Grali.isn Co , Xcvvluigli, N. Y., for
orit rnniSTiiAS socvknih
i"ree toeer eu-.toa.er f'oia Saturday De
cember is, untit Christmas. handsome naacL
"CHRIS rilAS GIFT."
Get one and .i to ,et the Sleets and rhild s
boons wc give with each poind of Baki"
GUAN'D UXION TEA CO.,
il Seventh street.
Stands 7 and . Eastern Jl.irket.
Stamls lOand t N.K. Market.
c'.clO-tf TLAS. COFFEES, SPICEb.
viU'd.i-utin tht eit ofthe -viicanevoccur
big les than t'.ice ihotuiik tef-jre he an
nunl election the acme must be filleu .it
the nct regular meeting of the union. In
the can; of delegates t. otljer todies, rM
nresidrtit is . mjhtwered to fill all vacancies
which shall occur.
Tlie sp.-ci.il bu-hicss of rhe Haltim .re
and Ohic Kai'road for Sundav, Decenicr
lt, amounted to 17 parties, with a to'al
of J2I people.
Alon-O) Whitfield, a colored b.trber, v. us
arrested ypsrerrtay tnnruiusr bySergt-1) iy
and Poliperran Kullivan for keeping 1,.-.
shop opsn on Sunday.
Policeman Smith, of the Fifth precinct,
found the dead body or an inf.inr in the
yard of a vacant iious at No. 209 .ceeutli
street f-outuuaxt, yesterday rrornln..
An awning in rront of J. IL Goodrich s
store, nt Elglith and V streets nmth.vst,
caught rire yesterdav arternoon. l'ne
blaze is supposed to have caught from a
cigarette. The ilamase was about SS.
The Goodyear Rubber Comiwny, fc07 Pa.
avc., displajs a fine assortment or Mack
intoshes for ladies. gcnt, misses and chil
dren; also boots, hoes and teys. Prcents
8? aCeZbdaS' Mt d'
Chr. Xantler, 000 7th .sr. - Highest grade
'VX?Cin?i,,inH.aN5?r,c1"l,n: b"nr,'t Norton
leo 3o.?.nu;irt Kssnogg Brandy, Whisk v,
or l'utn,bGc quart. it'
B. & 0. BULLETIN.
- Account of the Holidays, tlcketf will
be sold at the k.w into oC ONE FARE
ANDONE-THIRI) from WashingtuntoPiiLs
barg. Wiietling, I'arkersb'irg and local
lioints between Pittburg ami Wheeling,
Good going on December 21, 2." and 31,
1897, end Jnnua-y 1, 180, alld for re
turn until Jnn'ittry 4. 18.IS.
Special rates Tor students. Annie city
tieket office-, 01 tins company.
Commencing Tuesday. December 21,
TOURIST SLEEPING rA RS will leave
Washington every Tucdav for the Pacific
Coast, vl.t .St. LiiiiM. at 3: 10 p. m. It
U0 "I IjC I eiil-l'.tl 'nly leiJIIU,. "s
wi'liou reo vi'tt or :u-rit Cham'-er-laiu'ti
Pain IJalm ci.sts no mr.ro, and II o
merits hae t ten provpn liy a 1et of iranr
jcars. Such letter as the roiir.wtnt? from
L.G. PaRiey. Ilneueme, Cal..arcroustaillv
being received. "The Lest remedy for nam I
have ever used is hamhrriit!n' Pain tiaim
and I aj so after havlnjf useil it in rnr
family for several years." It 1 ntvn
i rheumatism, lame ti.irt. spiains amlKwcU
j Ingrt. For tale by Heiuy Evans, wholnsilt
( and retail dtuggiat. 3 J8 F St. aud Conn. Me
' and S st.nw. and 142&lld.aVo. uo.
The rolIt.wing pretty little pr-iiHt. . jp
be nought for a dime:
Y.iselH.b Jars, witit Inlaid Wfciie
Mctat Tops -LOe
Peail Handle Glove IhitUw-rs 109
A Uoltit or Extract, 1h Kcy
ny I alters, with Fancy 'H bvw
and Jiufkles.in all coIom 10
A I'.ur or Imitation Shrt! .-itt -Combs..
.. .. .. ,, i
I'.tmj Side Elastics, cfxtipk-tc le
Chiidrerj'e Leather Pur" xb
Childier.'s Full Regular Mad. Fle. x.t)e
Ladies' Fancy. V.'hlte Apron" JLOe
An elegant line of Gilt Hat Pit-.
with Colored Stone Top JLO'J
Gold and Silver Lorgnette Cl-ln.OLic"
Sterling Toj Glass dalveJnr 199
Pearl ilandtb Silver and Gilt tVrtt-
ing Pens LO
Lare bottle of PerfHMies pat ut
iii fMicy boxes xoo
A Complete Line f Pretty B. hrs. -a
A Choice Sdeetiua of Hum" Heart
Hat Pins i55
White Metal DrinKiHg Cup, beat.
tifully engraved ;&
Fam'V Plaid RlblMin RqIw. with
Novelty liueMes ..zg
Oxidized P rpetuat Calendars 25
Complete Needle Outfit,, in a Mjcd-
"nif C'ellnloul Caw SGe
Iwirge Hand Jlirrors, in Asrtet
Polished Wfiod Caeiair. SG
A Reautlfnl Line of hVusk.; PVr- ,
fumes all odors... ..'... isce
Fautr Gin- Atomisers..... SSGe
Co'iiblnation Boxes of If EAtnict,
and Soap ...!
Imputed Yiolet Water, in "Fane r
llaiHifhi. e SHk Gartr. io
' Top Boxes j 053
lQ0ii Htmlsome Leattoer Potket-
Uoi it allcohirs ii5
Chitdrei S Gold Rto-s, plain tnil
with settings Sisc
Silver and Oxidized .Metlaiftoa Brlt..25e
Sterling Silr and Hnian Uh
an el 7op Salfe Jar. -JLQO
Genuine Lijather Vlnsie Kotte.
all color 490
Verv Fine H!v V.b Hrt-. wUh
Ur" RiblKjii Row -iicJ Fancy
BirUfs.. - S
In itation CMt Glass Puff iMue1.
mtl V. but Metal Irate.i Top. ..ts
fii!,isiTBi Parent Le-idP 'ioli 415?
I Why Not Be I
Thiseo.d damp wea.Ur For a ', w
c9 cas we vcUlseii
Gas Heaters at S2.39
Oil Heaters at $- gg ft-
Fel t Weatlier Strip-
ping, per foot - :-c
FKLE Theeclebratedixii', i i m' 00 5
0 Book, containuig .i reeiH-s ft
1 Frank E. Hopkins,
g del tt g
j"- th -JVM Aroln-oly prevents
?S'S3SD SLIPPING ON
TO" Vrf Xiaat3 xj TTt-J f Tojauioa tko.
- Co3ti ba Tr'l-Ji"-.
IIas '"-cr p. jn yoar hrrc arvi o ir omfor.
411I v.ifcy for thtana-id it , ,r
J. B. KENDALL,
618 Pa. Ave. ,. W.
Thousands have j
u the result of reaOmiror wrrnic
at lil-rht hy cas-llirht and those I
eyes would I e just .- hrlht .in I
keen today If tlie hou-e 1ml heen 1
llphted 1 electricity. There i1 no 9
cumparisuu hetvvern iher rni il J
lumluants electrKitv Mino in I
every vrav. Wesupplr li urn-nt 8
I'. . J.I.i fl Mil t.tliltll.Mt CuS
213 Uth St-.VW. 'Phone 77. I
Ve lead them all in tyle ami prfi -i
dcl.;-tf,em THE UATTfcK.
LOUXT DOOH CHECK closet a door
without slammiDjr. Doesn't gt
out of order. JOH.S P. EBPEi'.
IOIO To., avc. i.oi'2 tf.ei
BJC. f BTOUAOE CO.. IO vo 18 j
XJ- rst.nw. 51 to 5 J per montk.l
Orange Plants, Cyciamen, &c tc.
Plaots and Flowers for Xmas,
Tou will find theLarj;e-t A -rtniei6oC
Tine decorative plants and No-wer iu
abhiUKtou. Select now.
J. R. EIIEOIAV,
G12 13th St. N. Y.
Coke Lasts Longest
S hence is cheaper. Leives no
cinders or dirt to he rIeLi.ed up. g
y It Ipnltes cpilckly. Give wk a. g
trial then rentier a verdict.
4' -lObu.UncrushedCoke SU.90 S
ht 40bu.Cru-jhedCoUe JS3.TO u
3 Washington Gas Light Co., 3
S 413 lOtli St. X. ., S
a Oratl2th&M sts.se., 2ut!i A O "te. ft
g Gas Appliance Ex., 1124 N. 1'. ave. O