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THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, DJBCMB.EK 22, 1897.
Seems to fcc taking our advice and are
buyirig?erviceable gifts for tlic men folks,
Judging from the crowds we are having;
and the qua lit Kit's or wearables we are
EellinjTthose daF. We'll jubt mention"
a few items that are specially suitable
for glftr ami on which there is a big
bavin fj to J out
A $1 0 Blue or Black Imperial Kersey
Overcoat Tor $iO.
-A few-Scutch Tweed Smoking JaoVets,
liro. en sizes, regular $10 quality, to
$1.G0 Silk Mufflers, white or dark col
ors, at $3..
Black Satit- Tull "Dress Shields, plain
or piped edges. $1 .C 0 quality. Tor $l.
9-1. ?0 Mackintoshes, Black, Blue or Tan
colors, foi S3.5G.
7Gc I:uioj Irilk fcuspeiulers, in eoii.xr.xie
boxes, only goo.
""Spun fcllk black Halt Ilose, fast color.
"Worth ?i!.00 i.er lair dozen pairs, only
70o White and Gray Merino Underw-ixr,
BIGGUST AST) BEST J.IXE OF NECK-
"WEAR in town all shapes and ne.ve-t
colors. SOU to SS2.
ROBINSON & CHERY CO.,
Twelfth and F Sts. N. W.
CloiheK, Ilntjs, Shoe, Ftii'iiishiiiKH.
I Why Not Be 1
W Tliis cold, damp weather? For a few 9
Q days vc will sell ?
Gas Henters.at $2.39 tl
Oil Healers' at $1.99
ifeJt Weather Strip-
ping, per foot 1c
rEED The celebrated Enterprise C00.1 fc3
Book, containing 200 recipes. j
Frank . Hopkins, s
422 Ninth N. W.
Snow, Ice and Asphalt.
Lasts 03 well as Coasios Shoes.
Costa bat a Trifle Zlorc,
Have tlictn put on your horses, and secure coafort
and safety for them and for yo Jrself.
J. B. KENDALL,
618 Pa. Ave. N. V.
A4& abj&i amb axuab
as the result of reading or writing
at nlRht by gaE-light and those
eyes would be just as bright and
keen today if the house had been
lighted bv electricity. There is no
comparison between thce two II
luminants electricity Is superior in
eveiy way. We supply the current.
l. . iM-i-.triitic iauiiii:ui co
213 14th St. N'W. 'Phone 77.
We lead them all in style and prices.
del3-tf,em THE UATTEE.
LOUN"T DOOR CHECK closen a door
without slamuiirig. Doesn't get
oUlr of fcrdcr. JOHN B. ESPEJT,
1010 Ta. uvo. no22-tf.em
BC. O STOKAGE CO.. 10 to 16 BJ
v-'. et.ne. SI to S3 per month. I
'Orangf 'Planls, Cfciamen, k., &&
Plants and Flowers for Xmas.
Tou will find the Largest Assortment of
-fine decorative plants and llowera in
"W afchtnjjtoa. aeleotixovv.
012 13th St. X. V.
OUH CHRISTMAS SOtTVKN'IR.
Free to every customer from Saturday, De
cember livuiBUl-Chnstmas. A handsome panel,
Get one and aslc to see tlie Sleds and Child's
Books we give wit'i each pound of Baking
GRAND UNION TEA CO.,
021 Seventh ttreet.
Stamls 7 and fc Eastern Market.
Stands 46 and 47 N. E. Market.
fielO-tf ti:as. COFFEES, SPICES.
5 . . v , ,k.rf'
. ;, -s-.s-rf--tiiv.
Is tucked away on thelnside.out of sight.
I'lnno economy cutisKth in uettlny: there.il
value "without paying a fancy price. It
vanliedone If you aretliinkingor buying
a piano, we want you to drop in aim let
uk 4how you why and how.
.No pi.1110 combines these qualities to
Minnan -extent as does, the celebrated
BCIIOMACKEK GOLD STRING PIANO.
Bonis special bargains for the holidays.
W. H. Shoemaker & Son,
1107 & St. x. AV.
: ' City Breyities.
Chr. Xauler,CD 7th 5t. Cal. Sherry,
ordinary, $1 gal.; Sweet Norton, $1 gal.,
30c. at.vl3rady, Whitky, Rum, GOc. qt.;
grades prorer for egg nog: Gold Medal
The GoodyeacJtubber Company, 807 Pa.
ave., displa.va fine assortment of Mack
intoshes for ladies, gents, misses and chil
dren; al60 boqts, shoes and leys. Presents
that will be 'appreciated, not only duting,
but after the holidays.
fiC ESCCRSION RATES.
Account of the holidays, tickets will
be sold at the low rate of one andone-third
Tare from Washington to Pittsburg, Wheel
ing, Parkersburg and local points between
Pittsburg and Wheeling".. Good going
on December 2h:J5 and 31, and Janurirjr
1, 1SS8, valid for return until Januarv
Special rate and limit for students.
Apply city ticket offices of this company.
Tourlbt Sleeping Cars will leave Wash
ington for, the Pacific Coast every Tues
da.y at Hi-uy p. in., solug via St. Louis.
' Dgj-ou know tlmt you can have
Tho"Mor-nliiH:, Kveuing and SunA.13
TlmfeT tlu only COMPLETE news
pnoe'ipitlilislied In IVQsbiitton
eerved to you by carrier for fifty
conts -a month?
Wl H0R55 S?'
Am va m
tou Overcoats 3-4 to fc f f 0
SlO extra finetriir
nieu; a great bargain
lt swell Overcoat,
in fine Mellon, hand
toiitely trimmed, lin
ed In f.-iTiiierb' .satin;
hole our price
Men's extra heavy
Otter" regular lite-
preservcra; well worth &ii &"7
DR. JOHISTBI'S OESIftLl
Charge of Sensationalism.
QUOTES FROM MS SERMON
Asserting y':nt He Has Been Mis
quoted, He' Refers to the Iium
hcript Say.s Tlmt no Did N-jt
Preueli nt 0?resident McKinliy
and Dopt.J'N'ot Court Notorietj'.
Rev. Dr.tIughfJohnston, pastor of Metro
politan Mcthiid'lstT Episcopal CUurdi, de
fended himself, '-vigorously against the
charge or hensationali&in in a talk with
a Times reporter last night. To bngln
with, Dr. JqhnEtun said that he had been
grieved by -vvhat-Jie call?l grave mlirep
rcseutatlons of his sermons, ids motives
"Now, wlfat;lETi sensational preacher.'"
queried Dr. Johnston. "1 take him to e
a man whoplcads Tor ni.toriety, uhunllj
through the'niress; at any rate, he is a
man who by hih utterances in the pulyit
creates sensations. Now 1 believe tht
the only tensation wliich has been created
In regard to my pulpit utterances has Nen
caubed I y those people who have reported
them unfairly and lnac-curately.
"Wlt'.f I have recently aid in the pulpit
1 have said many times lefore, and it was
nvcr unUJlafctThaiikfesivingjDay rtat what
I mid appi-ired to create nnj thing of a
s2iisatIon There has b-jen a suggef-tion that
I wah talking at President MuKluley. That
isuutrue. President McKlnley comes to the
Metropolitan Church to worship God, and I
preach God's word from the pulpit jf that
church ai- my duty teaclieb me to do
My afternoon- are spent in paying pastoral
visits to the Rick and needy, and my average
is one hundrgd pastoral visits weakly I
spend u.y morning hours in study. I attend
the prayer meetings ..if our church and
mind my own business generally.
"I was charged with making a Undo
against Jesuitism in my Thanksgiving
sermon I feel that I made no tirade
against an j thing, and I feel alo that I
said nothing which -would mar the sensi
bilities ol an intelligent Roman Catholic."
"What is your opinion about Jesuitism.'"
asked the reporter.
"1 have madea special ludy of Jesuit
ism, aid I dod't think I can say any
thing worse about it than many Catholic
themselvc- hae --aid."
Changint.iie subject, Dr. Johnstouaid:
"Now, about tthls Sunday newspaper
matter. I am against the Sunday news
paper. I cm opposed to all desecration
of the Sabbath; The sermon in which I
treated ol sabbath breaking was the fourth
in a series of 4U,cour(e' on 'The Nature
of Law.' l;said that-the" Sabbath Is
coeval with creation- It began with crea
tion, -and it wjoiiSd endure to the end of
creatioi.. It, was the Sabbath which
alone accounted for the division of time
inlo periods of evei days.
"Thix law Tvas reaffirmed by Jesos
Christi who t-aid that". the Sabbath was
made for rhaiu- The Sabbath day grew
grander by the increase in' its significincc.
The Srbhstlt MrSa iji divine arrangement
for our phj sicalascvell as spiritual wel
fare. We couldnot get" away from ilia
law of the ECVeu1TThe Christian Sabbath
is not a Jewish Sabbatln nor necessarily
a puritanical Sabbath, but In mv last
ternion I quoted. Senator Ecdgei who ocm
pared the characic.rv.uf men reared under
the influence bra" religious obscrvamo of
&'&& ! 1 i
I I I'
Separate Pants and Furnishings at
30c and 40c on the dollar
Everything plainly marked. You must
hurry if you want your size.
JOSEPH EISNER & CO.,
ror2l7 West Baltimore Street, Baltimore, Md. ' x
7th and H Sts. NW.
Salo under charge
orir. a. gwin.
The greatest clothing bargains ever shawn arebing
distributed here. The king of bargain givers is unquestion
ably TENNILLE. That's the verdict of the psople. What
hundreds assert must be true, and the voices of pleased cus
tomers sound the trumpet of victory, for the fearlessness of
Tennille, whose unexampled low prices astonish-the town.
Don't D2 satisfied until you have sssn and handled these
magnificent clothing bargains.
Men's Suit Bargains.
Mcn'H good Suits;
good niaierialis; per- .
Men's fine Tweed
auu Ca-Mmere Sulta;
Men'h mixed Cassi
mere and Cheviot 6K CifJ
I'antfc; good and
One lot extra value,
neat ami dressy, ror. .
A lot $4 and 5
"WornteU, in ttripes
fcgp3&rfag STifRfrfmiX icnjgEr5Nte?! S?iCTsJag? BU3b4SiZJSkt5tJR!
1 go together. The better the wine the better the turkey
i will taste. Make your. Chris tmas dinner doubly enjoy-
able by washing it down with TO-KALON CLARET.
I Qts. 25 to 60 cents; $2.40 to $6.00 a case of 12 qts.
I XMAS SWEET WINES.
I Sweet Catawba $1 .OO psr gallon.
8 Sweet Muscatel. $1 .50 per gallon.
ANGELICA $1 .50 per gallon.
I TOKAY $1 .50 per gallon.
I PORT ; $1.50 per gallon.
I SHERRY $1 .50 per gallon.
I Deliveries to all parts of the city. Open evenings.
1 TO-KALOiy "WBNE CO., 6I4 84th St,
fi OPEN EVENINGS. de!22-2t
the Sabbath wuli men Tearcd untler in
fluences of an opposite klnd $:
"The leaders In the French rctolutiun
sought to establish one dayjin ten as a
day of rest, but their .scientists. prj"ed
that this was not enough, .-ini they iad
to go lack lo the one-day-in-s'even plan,
"Thlt. day is die for rest and worjiip,
and not for exhausting .enterprises Tlie
workitigman sliould not be fobbed or his
Gwrt-givtn birthright to one day of rost
a week. This was neetirul for the brain
worker and the man who depended on
his bravni. Washington AntLLiueoln en
joined appropriate religIous!ubservance or
the Sabbath by the army anltriavy. .With
out a lion,c-dnyonep"&w'li3Loino Hie is
lowered. Sinjjay i.luiuUMtc kept fot iuural
culture and attendance on worship. -If
man has a religious nature, ought that na
ture not to have one day at stated periods
for development'.' .J
dissolve. There could iiovjr be a Chris
tian civilization without aiChrlstian re
ligion, anil a Christian leligtpn could .not
be maintained without a, Christian SAb
bath lam opposed to Sunday railroads
Sunday theaters, Sunday garden'-, Sunday
baseball, Sunday cycling, Sunday rh'is
urcs of every kind that tend to break down
the Lord's day."
Quoting from his Sunday sermon. Dr.
Johnston continued: ''Heading' the whole
procession o" Sabbath secularization Is the
Sunday newspaper. Thcyprte, v'th its
blanket sheet of fifty prig's,tJB ciox.Med
with secular reading, cotijiVcrcinl ntii-j-tioiis,
politics, sensations of tie day, rub
beiles. murders, divorces, sfandals, tmge
dies, prize fights, races and. i-'ajneA of e'ery
kied. with Just enough or thcTfait of pure
literature and lellgiou to ele as a ,a6s
port into religious homes. These millions
of lEsucs or TCO leading pa'pe'rs are tint
abroad on exprets trains, and besides im
pic jhig reporters, printer-, carriers, aj;n;s
of every kind, are dropped into millions
of homeland tend toseulaUze the thoughts
or tens of millions and to disqualify thein
for proper observance of the Lord's day.
This is ueithei a wcrk of nccesoity nor
"It is unlawful If we have a day or
rest why should not the daily press obsen e
it as much so as mills, fac tories and.diops?
Is it honciinble for Journallsis to make war
upon our statutes, and to declare to the
people that the rourtu commnndnu'nt is
no longer in force? The work Is deMorili.
ing. None know better than newspaper mil
that sacrilege niuans dissoluteness. Here is
the daily pre-s, the mltfiitiest eume of
modern civilization, standing upon the high
est of pulpits, and instead of battlhn: ior
all that is purses ti safest and best, assumes
the role of the greatest secularizer of the
day. Talk about the churcn alienating the
ma-s2s! I think it fs the Sunday nexv.spaper
that is filling the minds of the ihafw: with
of a life time!
The stock is in
Suits and Reefers,
.Children's Suit Bargains
uiiiiuh woiiuer ami;
e.xtra heavyj double-
A. lot of $2.00 andi
$2.75 Suits; good ina- (
certain and htyle....
54.50 and 50 Chil-1 (
dren'h Sulta ...V '
(aiii lonjrv use. lii u'
Royh' heavy .storm-
crt; age, 7 to- lUi
Hoys' lieavy, Jung
Ulhtsrs; well wortn
collar, lc; largo
Remember tlmt GROVER GltA
IIAat'S lemedy In GUARANTEED
to remove nil dlhtrct,.. FROM THE
FIRST DOSE. It is fully to Kiillur
-vvlien n 50e. bottle, procured from
your druggist, -will correct in
htJintlj all uiiplensunt i-ytiiptoins.
An iufulliblc SpecJUc for Dyspepsia,
Iluimuiirii, Guhtritis, nnd nil ili.s
eahe.s urisjiiig lrom nn lnipnlred
Dijjejstive .Syoieiii. Write to lirovor
Gruliam Co., Nevvburgti, N. '., for
secuiai ih(ngs'land t!ecnnstng th at
teucianeeon e!u,rch..sand Sunday-schools
"It is said the Monday paper mukeo the
Sundaj work; This sophistry w-as us,l(iiii
by Horace Greeley, yrhv said to get out
six papers h week requires six d.i;.s if
labor and to get out teven pap-ra a
week requires seven days of labor.
"The matter rests hugely with the Chris
tian population of the country, if the
20,OOU,000 church going people of :ius
land would say, No 'more Sunday ad. vr
tisiug for us, and no more Sunday news
papers fot lis,' the question vould soon
bo settled "
As Dr. Johnotott laid away his manu
script, he said; "No'w do you see any
thing tu.usual or sensational in those senti
ments? I really don't. I have asked the
vestrymen of my church this question, and
they ha. t answered no. 1 um not a sensa
EGYP'IV! MIXED COURT.
Novly A)pointed Judge Gives, Some
Idea of lis. Functions!.
Gen GeorgeS BatcheHer, wtv Iiasbeen
chosen by President McKiniey as the rep
,resentati e of the United States in the
'''mixed Court" of Egypt, is in the city,
staying at the Arlington He ,1 ill leave
this country for Egjpt on January -i.
Gen. Halc-hcller was the first representa
tive ol the United States to this court and
he served there from tlie time of its
foundation in 1S73 to 1S95. He -was
twice its president. Gen. Batcheller said
"The origin nnd tlie reason for this In
ternational tribunal in Egypt is peculiar
and Is, perhaps, little understood. There
are '10,000 Greeks, possibly as nuny
Frenrhmen, a great number of Italians
and Englishmen, nnd almost every jtlier
nationality of the civilized world living
ill Egjpt. The country is under She Moham
medan laws, whit h are dissimilar to those
of Christian countries in almost every
possible way. The immense business inter
ests -uhlclLCcnterin 1-gypt, especlallyslnce
the Suez canal opened, are between all of
these nationalities Transactions Involving
millions between Egypt and foreign coun
tries, urd between the foieigners them
selves, lake place every day This mixed
court has jurisdiction over all these cases,
but only in which the different parties
arc o: different nntiohalities It takes
the place on a very large scale of tLe
.consular courts in other countries, because
the business in Egpyfc is so great that the
consuls could not lake care or It. Svery
country ie represented by a judge on the
mixed court benches."
Gen HatoheUeris particularly well liked
by the Egyptian government. The Egyptian
minislci or foreign affairs reqtieted his
return when the iterm of Judge Walter
Fearn expired labt fall.
Do you know tlmt you enn have
The Aloriiiug, Even! 111; and Suiidav
Times the, only COMPLETE news.
pnper pujilislied In TVtishiiiKton
served to you by carrier for fifty
conts u month?
I Diamond Rings f
I real bnllihnfs, $5 upward.
Brooches, $10 upward. Pen- g
I dautsr S20 upward,
aciies' 14. and 18-k. Gold
I "Watclies, $25 upward. For
men, full size, as low as $35.
X xS1 Men's tSterling Silver Watches, $
T ?io upward. jg
I CALT & BRO. 5
t 1 107 Penn. Avenue.
Pj . OPEN JEVENIXGS. 3
p This Clothing Sale is
M Crowding Our Store Daily-
And Why Not
A ccod, warm, serviceable
cloth, alone cost four times the
&2.98J 3.98, 4 98.
,,-Come expecting to get the
one else ever saw or heard 01.
shal,JT0T BE disappointed.
Hen 'a Melton Overcoats four
ffiit.-.rSS . 62
1 if ",
Men's Clay-lined Overcoats heavy
eatin hleeve lining raw edf;c niado
of the fine&t material. Q OO
fully worth $20 ??al'0
young Men's Box Overcoats all
"Coals were formerly 12. 1'ou can
LfttkLr?'...u..r. ??&&. 25
Cldldron's Deep Cape Si g Q
P -Silk Vefad ..-
raiicy Corduroy Vest.
Fancy Velvet Vest...'!? 2a9o
Men'a. Mackintosh, ex
tra i'jL'i caps. Value
COMPLETE LINE OF
! H. FRJEDLANDER, Nith SerE
: CASH CLOTUIXG-HOUSE. g
i Soon forgotten
''' n vn Tint- ti ei o ,-1 XT nc
aro not nearly as
We've many charming: pieces of Furniture da nty enough noi
to bo too prosy that raako ,he most welcome kind of presents.
Credit if you wish.
I pfcpspi X3
Ladles' very pretty fancy
desk, beautifully polisnui; well
arranged uuideCa SGalue. ,
Today only 33.48
Superb mahoganyfinish par
lor table; other ask $4.... $1.98
TWO WANT LAW MODIFIED
Cabinet Discnsses Civil Service Ite
form at Lrngili.
3Ir. "WiKon AIj Numerous Eeniii-
tioiisnnd Mr. Gnp;e n Few Other
Sfci'otaries A-fc Xotlilnir.
At the Cabinet meeting ye-lerday civil
service refonn was -very much in evidence,
audit was the subject of a long discussion.
The rcolutions of fcciiator Cullom, 'ntni
duceuin the Senate Kvt week, formed the
basis for the lallc. The resolution i-e.pi-ts
the different Cabinet officers to make
Known what po-RUms in their respective
departments should be exempted from the
operation jof the civil evicc law.
The onTy member ot the Cabinet who had
serio .3 rault to find with the law wao
Secretary Wilsin, who Said that he would
like to tee It so modified as to create
,numsroifeeiiiptlonsinh'is department. The
other members of the Cabinet, with the
exception of'Secretary Gage, declared that
they wanted no change in the law. air.
Gage sujrgCfcbMl merely a few exemptions
Eacr. 5fc,the members of the Cabinet will
"end to 'the Senate a reply to Senator
cCullomlsff'atolutlon when the holiday recess
is over, and it is believed that these let
ters will treat exhauthely ur the subject.
Thre is. reason for believing that the
President Will at an early date issue an
order removing from the classified serv
ice a few positions, taut from -what trans
pired atrthe Cc blnet session ycsterday.anti
civil sel-wcc- icrormcrs need not eKusct
any sv et-ning order. The number or ex
emptions will be "very few.
r During the meeting yesterday the car
rencj question was briefly referred
lo, and in this connection also Senator
AVolcot'S5eported assertion that by in-
'doringl Secretary Gage's financial scheme
for the MiciiEtheningof the gold standard,
the President was practically breaking faith
ivith Senator Wolcott and' the bi-inelallle
Two Different Things.
--" (From -the Cincinnati Enquirer.)
.. "Hal'- said the passenger who was hang
ing to a strap. " 3?ou said when you were
trying to get the right of way, that this
read was to bo built for the benefit of
"Building a road and running a real,"
said the sua"ve director, who occasionally
rodeliijjbis own cars, ''arc two utterly
MSYES & PPTTST
Think of It?
Overcoat fcr $2.68 -jlie very
price! Then Letterones at
biggest, bargainsp-n-.or any
Take our wordt-it jou
Men's SG Ca5blmcr&iQ K
Suits very' BtyllohJ.gf Wv'
Men's $9. 50 Double- m
brea&led Scotch PlaSiyj. Rfl
Bulls 9tm v?W
Men's SlO.OO Blue and Blacic
81ncle-hrea$ted Cheviot S&.SL f&P
Suits Hr. V
Mcn'a'Sl 2.00 1'ancj- -ft "7 C
Worbted Suits t&iJ.a vff
Men's $15.00 Fine Black Clay
WorBiedSults lieavy Ss f fS
Men's S18.C0 Suits, silk or cas
bluicre lineil very rinest material:
single or double-breast- SiCS 7S
Men's SG.no Heefers storm col
lars just, the thing O fiCfr
for wheelmen J!WU'
jy UENIS xtxn g s .
COc Heavyweight uiidcrwear..2SSc
MJc Canton Flannel Drawers. -SEc
Tile Pleece-lmed Wool Under
2i7c Wool Hose a--orted col
ors) ....,. 15c
COc Wool Gloves, ioduced to..25c
25c Suspenders (wiretjuckle)..ec
acceptaD;o aa sosofning- lasting-.
Large anil "very handsome Cobbler
Seat Roekei: oak or mal'ogany
finish. A$5alue --$2,48
Very pretty Brass I'arlor
A fine Brars OpyxTop
A very Pretty GiItChair..$l.9S
Chiffoniers, in cak or mahog
any finish, with glasS'.l..$'7'.so
Five-drawer Oak: Chiffon
Ai cry bands onie Combination Case
Desk and Book Case Com
bined . SX6.5Q
Cash or Credit.
41541T 7tll St.
On Easy Monthly Pay
ments! ! V
What a Splendid
The very Intct s.tyle of cnse ami
tho Etey tone? OC 'course, you
know wlmt that. iiU.anS! only the
very "hest In thevorlcT.
1 300,000 Made. .
This store Is orifiili benilqmirter
fot- the South. Come in mid ste
ttietn before Xnins.
Also the finest stock of IMitnos,
3Iii-le Iloxe--, Guitar-., ifnndolln-.,
litinjos, 3Iii!sii, Eicr.. in the cit-.
rmcrjs and.teums to sit it at.t..
Lending Music House.
ie Store, 13 X.
If He Can.
(From the Chicago Xews.1
To be a geutlcmnjijialla man lias to do
is lddehis meanuessr '' .
From $65 up
S. Kann Sons & Go.
8th and Market Space.
the Men. .
I'on't forget thenr through thsexoitement
of u)pJylng tlie little ones. We have
some ot it.e nicest kind or gfrU'tnatJwlll
bOw- i-anu-made Cardigan Knit Jacfceta,
l:i'lu- Oi bxwi Huaiuy teici yarn. oinvie ami
dounit-jieasted; in black, hrowir, flue,
garnet and tan. .
1.60 alue for $1.19.
ijZ.Gu value Tor l.ao. ,
SU.tO value ior il.t'J.
ta.OO -value Xor l.Usy.
Thcij; fctiui wm n.ahf cieguin. presents
or men ii.at Uae a. i400d utai ol oiifcoor
i nirJast lot of those fliie3inokingjackets
arrived lias luoriiintr- ll sues, 4 io 4ir.
-iaue or -riem.it irivot, uunteu -alia lining,
Uauer, tiarroom aim jarue. aaX'kets.
J4 to 1.S- Bpeual -44c
MEVri ALL-Sli.K NEUKWiJAK,"
lecus, ai-arts, Jt'our-iu-iiauua and im
perials, ., . ,
Foys' Windsor Scarfs,
Men's Satin x.nihiuiuereHaus,;Hdor8r'
I (JO VALUE-liSc
ilen'u Crocnet aiilt ius,enaeri,
JoO HoZen en & riue imptfrtoariilfc-JieC-
riu 111,5 Lnd Scarfs and Impenftfl
SI. 00 VALUE-fefJc ' -Men's
Men's Night Jioces, O- lncnes long-,
60c VALUE- 30c.
Men's Flannel .Mgnt bnicto, - . r
M-aDi.. Liv.toB AHD FULL,
FAULTLESS BUANJJ.. A
Men's Laundered Outing Shlrtx, ,
1.00 VALUE toe- ,
Men's Colored Kosom Shirt,
Whitf Lodles. One Ilalc, Cttffif,
Joseph Fowler, Maker,
SI. -lo VALUB-tlUff.
flechanicai Tovs -
We have 47 salespeople in ourtoyde
partment. (.an you imuglne how many
toy we sell aud how many extra wagons
It takes io deliver them? Tne next turee
day will do the find damage. We wist
to make a clean sweep of everything, ii
a price -will do it. u.
l.uim dozen Fancy Wax Candles, two
and three do.eii In a box.. ,..-..9o
Candle Holder Tor trees. ....... ....6c dor.
Invisible Colored Wire Tor trees, one
dOiC. packages -..10c
o.OOo Fancy Tree Ornaments.. ,... ..-lc
10,000 Fancy Tree Ornaments, large"
sizes 2 ior 5G
Fancy Glass Balls for tree onia
These are only a few of the muny Kinds.
3d FioorToy Dept.
Upright Steam Engine, brass boiler...43o
Larf;e Size Steam Pile Driver and
Engine -' 79c
Hot-air ctatiouury Engine 9
Steam Tump and Engine .TStio
Mechanical rtailroad Engine i23c
Mechanical Trolley Car......', .723c
Mechanical Bird Cage hear the bird.
Mechanical Bicycle Rider ?2-25
A Tew llems at rani'om Dolls. Doll Car
riages, Bicycles, Rolhug-top Desks. Boofc
Caes. Games. Books. Iron Stoves and
Range4, Bedstead and Cradles. Brums,
nuns, and Fifes, Police and Soldier Out
fits. John F. Ellis Sl Co.,
p3j Penna. Avenue-.
OLDEST MUSIC HOUSE l THE'CITr.
the great standard instmmenta of the
world and other reliable Piano1' at fair
prices and on accommodating term. or at
bit; discount for cash or sh-irt Unie. It will
pay you to call and see our stock pet our
prices and talk the matterover before you
purchase a Piano- Old Pianos takentnpart
pay for new and full value allowed.
Pianos tuned and repaired moved, packed
and snlpptd by first-class workmen.
John F. Ellis & Co.,
037 Penna. Avenue.
John F. Ellis & Co,,
937 F-ENNA. AVE.
Oldest Music House in the City.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OF ALL
Mandolins and Guitars
Atpricesthat willbreaktherecord. Largest
and most complete stock in the city.
MandolInc and Guitars at a discount of une
third from remilAr'PnhISpriCe
No extra charge for cuse-
Mancolins from SI-95 iid.
Guitars ffom$2-85 np.
Be surf to call and examine our stock be
fore you purchase- . , ,
mc: Rnvoc orthe latest invention
iVIUSIC COXeS lrl great.variety.
Antoharp3, Cornets, (jramophones,
Violins, Mnsic Satchels, ..
Music Rolls, Music Books.
Come promptly and make your selec
tion, and we will lay it aside for you and
deliver It on Christmas eve. l'ou are cor
dially invited to come and see Uk; goods. A
visit of Inspection does not obligate you to
purchase- Remember our name and num
ber. JOHN F. ELLIS &. CO.,
93T Penna. Avenue.
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WHAT JS MORE APPRCPRIATS FOR g
A CHRISTMAS PRESEKT THAIT A kl
tf GOOD SEWIHG MACHINE?
X You will find the New Dcmorest
2 l)rophealSewiiigMachInewlUpIease Z
S" the wife, sister or rriend. A high- 2
grade Machine equipped with all the
best and latest improvements and "J
S attachments Ruaranteed for TEN g
vears. Our price away down. Call g
g and see this beautlfuL Machine. g-
UNCLE SAM LYCLE CO.,
010 P Street N. W .
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