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THE TIMES, WASHlNgTON; WJSP N JES DAY, DECEMBER 29, 1897.
"Wearables for New Year's
are heT? a a i variety of choice
st vies and fabrics.
PRINCE ALBERT SUITS,
Correct Gloves, Neckwear,
Shirts, Collars, Cuffs and all other
haberdashery best qualities 1 o v
ROBINSON & CHERY CO.,
12th and 1? Sts. N. W.
Remember tlmt GROVEH GRA
SAM'S remedy is GUARANTEED
to remove nil dibti-Ch FROM THE
FIRST HOS1S. It i folly to burfer
Tvbeu a 50e. buttle, procux-ed from
your tlrunKibt, will correct lu
Btautly nil uuplcaant symptoms.
An infallible Specific for Uyspepsia,
Heartburn, Gastritis, and all dlj-
Digestive Syt,Tem. IVrito to Grovor !
GraUuui Co., ewburgu, 2. 1-, for
Itentb reduced to J?1U ier
v., lor ttie -winter.
Tiiei-e houses liave eilit ruoms and bath:
verandat. sanitary plumbing, artesian well
and city w al"i .pr, towers, porcelaln-liued
roll-rim battiLuoK, electri bells raujres.
hot and cold water, speaking tubes tiled
hearths and Cite places, handsome mantels.
They are erected on terraced lot-, with sub-fc-taullal
copings, hteps and walks The
loto are IS reel wide by 100 feet deep to
a 10-rooiall-y,hli:ii!ed liy.i beautiful grove
They are near the Soldiei6' Rome and not
far trom Ml Pleasant, on the Brigbtwuou
Electric Car Llue. For particulars ap
Louis P. Shoernaker3
920 F Street N. V.
Tho will or Mary V. llooie w.,s filed
yofterday. leaving li-r real estate and other
piopert: to- her relatives. Mr. tV. V.
Satwdei- ib named at. executor.
1'iank It. HaiTlP, trietl l.wt wck for
obtaining $5 from Joscphus Hammo-id
urdci falhc pieton"-. t' sentenced y8
trd: y by Judge Kimball to pay a fine
of ?20 or to go to jajl for three months.
Chr. Xandoi, 909 keveuth street. Xerez
Amorov, Prive ot" Yn. Pon,loth S.'J p-al.;
75c qt-: tlh' latter in hot water a soft
uaturn! punch. It
B. A O. BULLHTIX.
Eow rates for th holiday to Baltimore.
FittsOuij., Wheeling, and rarkert-burg,
d)cceutber Si, If S7. and January 1, li9s,
at one and cue-third fa te. Good returning
until January 4, lf-98.
- Towrlbt bfeeping car to the Pacific coast
every -Tt'Cdaj, leoAiuc Washington on r
fa-t Western eJ.pres, at 3 -10 p. m. 1
LUXOR'S SlJT FOR .DAMAGE.
Otto Reiner- Aetioii Auuln.t Capital
Thcsuitof Otto Hcmersagaiu'-ttlieWasb
ingloii and Gcjrgctown Railroad for .lam
ages was tried before Judge Co'e yes
t4rdav. Otto Rein ers was three years t'd
on August 27, 185)7, He was playing
in Kighth Ktrcet sutheast and ran across
lic street 311st as tlie car was pissinv:.
"Ihore was a fonflict of evidence as to
wiiethi't 01 not the t-ondnelor could have
seen the boj in tin, e to stop tiic train
The boy was injured in the head, and
according to the physicians will probably
never entirely recover
Tlif ease was given to the juiy, which
TVil' bniiK 111 a verdict to be read this
MRS. GA1.ERS TWO WILES.
Under Roth Her Dnushter Is the
Two wills of Mrs. Alice M. Galer have
been filed; one dated Jun 29, 1397, and
one dated Dpccmber 13,-lbS7. The first
was filed last week. It leaves all her
property to her daughter, Josephine X.
Galer, and appoints John X. Stevpnbon ex
ecutor. The sit-oiid paper leaves the property to
her eiMer-iu-low, Amy X. Htchinon, in
trust fy: her daughter, .Tospphinc, and ap-pointsherguardi-inofthcchlldand
TtiltPit I'rotn 11 Vortliles Par:nt.
Judge Kimball yesterday signed in order
placing Rattle, Xettle and Annie, respec
tively fged eight, slxand four years, laugh
ter of James and Mwy Tuckci - in charge
of the Board or Children's Guardians.
Janio Tucker, the ratln-r or t!ie child, .m,
was convicted yesterday or being a worth
less ol aracter and maintaining a disorderly
housr ii. Georgetown, and .sent paced to .1 ty
a rin" 01 S2o and go to Jail Tor three
Ilo ot Favor isiiiRle Tnx Idea.
'.The District Commitsjoners ate not in
favor o! the single tax idea Tor the Dtrict.
They sent to Chairman Pabccck, of the
House District Committee, yesterday, a
letter recommending adverse action on
HotikC hi'.! Sbl9, which provides r0r the
establishment or the single tax in the
Don't be portended into tuij lug liniments
without rcnulation or merit Chamber
lain's Palu Halm costs no more, and its
merits hae I eon proven by a test or many
years. Such letters as the following from
E.G. Baglcy.Hufnenie, Cal .are constantly
being received "The best remedy for pain I
lmvc ever used Is Chanit-ci Iain's Pain Balm,
end I tay to after having used it in my
family for scleral jcars." It cures
rhcuinatisn., lame lck, sprains aud swell
ings. For tale bj Henry Evans, wholesale
end retail diuggist. 9.18 P st.anJConu. sie.
end B rt.nw aiul 1 128 Md. avp. ue.
I Gold Watches
14 aud iSk. for ladies, S25
and upward for uien, full
size, latest st-les, as low as S
I $35. Diamond Rings, real f
& brilliants, $5 Brooches, $10
Pendants, S20, respectively, a
and upward. f
$ CST" Jlen'b Sterling Sfli er Watches,
I GALT &, BRO., I
1 107 Penn. Avenue.
i ' Mi- "; -VTiT TTirTffi'in
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EARLIER PUBLIC MEETINGS
This the Plan of-tho New Board of,
1 Trade Administration.
'President .Voyos.-, Policy ti Secure
iRin.etfintc llistrict Lcgfe'tuton
. by Congri'-j-s-Committee-.
Tlie meeting of the directors of the
Board of Trade yesterday afternoon wit
nessed the iiiatigurution of the program of
the new r.dminlitrntion. Present Thonm.s
W. Xoyes announced that it -would be the
aim or the now board to have matter's ot
vital local interest ..discussed in public
ineetii.gs earlier in the winter bwihon
than Jierctofoie. Ilu object will he to
bring fucli important questions promine'iny
before tlic eye ot Congress during the
first part of the 'session, in order to have
action tr.ken without delay.
In accordance with this plan, Mr. Noyes
appointed a committee, counting o
Messrs. BKLoe, Smith, and Newton, to
complete arrangements for a number of
public 'neeting- in Januarj. February, and
Mare!., nun commute;; met after tlic ud
journment of the board of directors, and
decided to huld tin Jir.st of these meetings
on January 6, at 7.30 o'clock. The topics
to be dlsetis-td will be "Taxation and
Afisessmmt" and "Sewerage.'' A tecoul
meetiiisr will be held about two iveeks
later for the consideration of "Hivcr and
Rarbor Improvement' and the "Public
Health," with especial regard to the Im
provement or ti-e Anacotia River aad the
The follow Ingcomm'tt ces were announced
by President Xoyes;
Taxation and assessment John Joy I'd -son,
cliaiiman: Henry A. "Wlllard, Jesse
H. WilHin, S- T. Prown, M. I. Weller, V.
Baldwin Jol.usou, ?eaton Perry, Joint I,.
"Vcacr, Jan.eb I'ainanl, J. Blake Kond ill
and Ja kfcon A. ItalMon.
Sewerage -Albert 11. Read, chairrn.n.
Austin P. Prown. T- A. Ilunllng, II. U.
Looker, John Miller, C. J. Pell, H. 1..
Rust, Henry AVells. Clasenoe Noijment.
Charles E. Ketn, and W- V. Downey.
Rivei ard hai bor iniprovoinenls -Tho'na
W. Smith, chairm.in: C. H. Church, 11. L
Briscoe. J. Harrison Johnson, Park Ag
new, Urndal! Haguer, Johu"B. Dunckee,
11. K- 5-impsun, Tracy L. Jeffords W T.
AValker, Andrew Archer, N. A- AVim-cait,
M. 1. "Weller, 11. A. Griswold and Corco.au
Railror.ds-Fiank Hume, chaliman. C.
S. Church, T- A. 1-anibett, .losiah Wlllard,
S W ('iiirich'ti, W. J. Fri7ell, J. Harrison
Johnson. A. H- Perven, l P. Xoyes Geoige
X. Sregmuller and Henr.- I. Flair.
Public healtl Gen. George V. Stenil erg,
chairman: l)i. S. C. Busey, 'l nomas W.
Smith, 'I. P. Woodward, Dr. W. W John
son, D t . G. E. Magnidcr, W. S. Ihompon,
Tracy I.. Jef'oidP, Samuel S. Shedil, Ur.
II. L. E. Johnson, Dr. W. C. P. Razen, W .
J. Filicll, A. M. Green, Dr. J. B. G.
Custi', I) 1 . .T. E. Jones', John T. Freeinan,
C. T. Ycdei, George W. Casllear, and
Dr. G cigc Henderson.
Public buildings Thomas Pomerv.i!le,
. chairman; John W-ltos-s, A. -. Thomas,
GCcuge Gibson, SI M. Parker, Daniel
Fra7ier, I". R. Pyle, and John J. Hemphill
litaurar.ee Emmons S. Smith, chairman,
r. L. M001 e, S. W. AVoodvvard, R. W. Tyler,
I). S. Herdtiek, W. J. Xcwton, O. X.
White, Rudolph Kauffmanu, J. H. .Ma
gruder, Max Cohen, Adolphus Jmle, P. L.
SIddons E. W. W. Grifrin, W. II. Saunders.
W. 11. VeeiJoJT, W. 11. Kaplsv, vv. Vuel
helsn, Peter Grog.m, and William J.Mi.
There veie present at the meeting Col.
Blount, Messrs. Thoma, W. Xoyes, George
H. Hnirles r. L.. Moore, '1 nomas boim
vUlc, B. H. Warner, R. L. Biscoc, Archi
bald G eenkes, T. A. L. Lambert, Prank
Hume, Thomas W.Smitu, S. W. Woodwir 1,
and K. J. Xcvvtoa.
i:xgixi:i:rs elect officers.
-Xo. 1-1 Asuin riace-. Mr. McCrink
in the Executive Clmir.
Local Union, Vo. 1-1, Xational Steam
Engineers, met last evening at Xo. 710
ScvcVith stictt. The attendance wvs
the largest in the history jr the union.
The semi-.innual election Tor officeis
resulted. Picsident, Jopi)1i 1'. McCrluk,
Ice president, J. A. Malstead; recording
sccretaiy, George Fisher; financial secrc
Uny, L C. Mn&teiman, treasurer, T. D.
Kcilc; guard, W. H. Fanning; conductor,
J. B. Bolster; delegates to the Central
Litbt-r "Union, J. P. McCiluk, F. D. Voile,
Join; Garsh, G. W. Fisher, and J C
The roHowiug standing committees vrre
announced: Bxccutive A Hedmilcs, J. Ei 1
den, J.B. Deister, B. Y. Foley, S. Siilor.
Examination-James Dunohue.John Gor'-h,
T. F. McCrink, J. J. Hart, A. J. Wood
Sick J. rassano, J. T. Stark, Marvmi
Roberts, James King, G. A. Short.
DISA1 1 ROVE TEEKPIIOXE HILL
Committee Decides It Is Inadvisable
to Tear Up Street, Xovv.
The bill for the incorjioration or the Co
lumbia 1 clcphcnc Company is not looked
upon with favor by the District Commis
sioners The bill, House ealendarlSSJ, vas
referred to the Commissioners two weeks
ago bj Chairman Oabcock's committee in
the regular rourse of business. They re
turned it yesterday with a letter of dis
The Commissioners do not state in thiir
letter thut they are opposed to another
telephone -company ufid cheaper rates.
but simply that they believe it wouid be
inadvisable to tear up the streets for
more conduits until Congres3 has decided
on soiiie permanent plans for subway.
MR. KETCIIAM'S DENIAL.
File. Aissv.-cr to the Cliarcc
HI. Former Partner.
Mr Orlando C. Ketrhnin, or the firm ot
G. G. H dinner .t Co., has filed an answer
to the suit foi dissolution of partnership
entered bv Mr. Haiuner on DeccmLer 13
In his bil' Mr- Hamner stated '.hat the two
had entered Into a pirtiurship a year ago
In the commission business. He alleged
that Mr. Ketolianf had defrauded him in
many ways and asked for a receiver for
the bu-iiicss and a dissolution of the part
nership. Sir. Kotcham's answer denies
every allegation or the bill movt strenu
ously. Mr. KetPham has repeatedly de
clared that theie Is no truth In the allega
tions ol his former paitncr, aud ie ready
to bave the caus.J to the courts for ad
judication. Can oil Institute Ladies' Days.
The Carroll Institute boys have arranged
for a second ''Ladies' Day" rcrtomoirow.
The rirtt of these days wis held a mouth
ago, and was so much or a success that the
lub has decided to continue them. There
will be dancing, with good m.isie, and a
clever entertainment ab well. Mr. Gejrge
D. Cox, the general ma nagerof tlic occasion,
has endeavored in every way to make to
morrow night a star eicnt in the club's
First Ice of the Season.
The Tirst ice or-the season put up out
side of Xew York was housed lasX week
by Edward Jordan, ot Jordan Springs, Va.
Mr. Jordan ha been the first to cut tee
in this section for many seasons past
Pay $5 and $6
for Hess' patent leather
shoes and you'll be cor
rectly dressed as far as
j-our feet are concerned.
They're the acme of
stylishness with a dis
tinctive smartness that is
The Hess' patent leath
er shoes lilce all Hess'
footwear arc made in the
most painstaking; manner
by the best of skilled
' "workmen. Made on two
noted LTess' shapes the
'Mastiff" and "Egrff" tees.
Made from carefully se
lected patent calf espe
cially made for IIcss by
Cornelius LTeyl. Choice
of twelve styles for
street and evening1 wear.
Wear them if'3'ou would
have the best.
N. BESS' SONS,
931 Pa. Ave.
PERSONAL AND OTHERWISE
"Jack" Prnnington. one or the bright
est or newspaper men, who lias made liiri
home in Atlanta, Ga., Tor several yei-s,
where he hie done some e.ceplionally
clever vvoik, has cast his anchor in Wash
ington. "It requites considerable money and
etrort to keep a city in good sanitiry con
dition," said Col. A- M. Parsons, or Illi
nois; at the Ailington yesterday, "but noth
ing give4- a city more attractive reputation
or drawing power than the credit ror
cleanliness ami healthrulness, and nothing
retards a cil.v's growth so much as the
discredit or being sickly and dirty. Every
where I feo I ) car Washington spoken of
as one ot the cleanest cities in the world,
and I am rrre to say she is entitled to the
palm. Your death rate is small, thus
showing Hint good .sanitation and cleanli
ness means heilth ami a low death rate.
Modern .seiei'Cfc has demonstrated that
most of the more dangerous disease Kerms
are filth bled. It is alwavs a pleasure
for hip to come to Washington and I alw.i v
regret when the time conh-s to leave."
"It seems," remarked the man in the
obby, "that we are going to have another
epidemic of suicide, and the only wonder
to me is that there are not more. There
aresomany peopla here whoare out of work,
their homes brc. ken up, every day a round of
privation, pain and hirdnliip, and they are
just.-implj hanging on to the ragged edg.
Ilut monetary lots, physical pain, dyspeptic
ambition, 1 emore,destitution?or a thousand
other caui-Ph, does not, I think, justify a
man ii taking his own life. He'd best
brace up and leave his Jump to the great
henceforth in the hands, ot the Master."
"There arc in South Carolina," said Mr.
Horace Aall at the St. J.un, jesterdayt
"a large number of people who claim to
be heirs of one Robert Edwards, who died
in the city or Xew York, the fee simple
ing Mxtv-rive acres in the Twelfth ward.
Tlie heirs claim that in 1778 Robert Ed
ards leased this property to Hje vestry or
Trinity Church tor the period or ninety
nine years. Lawyers and detectives h-tve
madea good rat thing of the claimants, and,
no doubt, it will he one hundred and ninety
nine more years before it is settled."
The Xational Hotel register shows the
names or 105 women excursionists from
Xew York, and tonight another party or
the same number will come lu rrom Penn
sylvania. The Metropolitan has over one
hundred, and the Eubitt about eighty. The
ladles ar- school teachers and their invited
friends.. fier seeing Wnshlng.o.i thoroughly
they will return to their homes.
Ex-Represent atlve Charles It. Crisp, who
succeeded his father, the la te Speaker Crisp,
in the House ot Representatives, pasd
through Washington this morning en route
in Chicago, on leKal business- Mr. Crtp is
one or the youngest men ever elected to
Congress, and his rriends say that he will
again enter politics. On the 27th of next
month Mr. Crisp will wed a wealthy aud
talented young lady at his home In Amerl
"I enjoyed the editorial in this morn
ing's! inies relative to Congressional funeral
oratoti," remarked Mr. A. D. Saul, of
Kentucky, at the Ebbitt, "but what the
people want is reform on the line of
Congressional funerals. Or my perso-nl
knowledge I know, that as high as $3
per pair for plovcs and .$30 Tor sashes
have been paid for use at funerals. This
thing of paying out money at tlie rate
oC from SI 0,000 to $35,000 to bury a
Senator or Representative is all wrong,
and still our lawmakers hesitate to ap
propriate Si 5,000 tokeep the Congressional
"1 see In The Times that Rev. Sim
Small has been appointed e-vangellst for
Georgia," said Mr. W. T. Appleby, or
that State, yesterday morning, "and I am
sure he will meet a warm welcome and
will accomplish a great work. Georgia is
Mr'. Sma'd's old home and he hab hun
dreds of rriendff, both In and out or ile
church, who will lejolcc to have him
with them again."
Col. L. W. Chare Kirksvillc, Mo., is at
the Hotel Johnson. He is an - dmfnis' ration
Itepnbl'pcn and said to The Times man:
"The ef'orrs ot Chauncey I. Filley, chair
man of the State Republican committee of
Missouri, to secure disi option and ftrifc
will not result in much harm. II. C. Kerens,
otvfetv "s-- vxvm.' fe'a'o
I TO THE PATRONS OF i
I THE WASHINGTON
I "& GLEN ECHO RAIL-I
t ROAD 00,1 I
m Owing to a complete change
in our Power House, it has been a
decided to stop the running of g
F our cars for a few days. We !
V eipeet to be done not later
Q than Thursday, Dec. SO. This ?
rt step lias been found necessary
Jji in order to insure a prompt
i service. m
J Gustav StahS,
f Vice Pro. Wash, and Glen Echo R. R.
o-v -a.1 fe-q' &o
You will want Cocoa, Coffee, Chocolates, Cluster Raisins,
Soft-shell Almonds, Large, Bright, SoftsheII English Walnuts,
Filberts, Pecans, Cream Nuts, Chocolate Candies, Bon Bons,
Sweet Chocolates, Large Red Table Apples (highly polished),
Large, Sweet Florida Oranges, California Seediess Oranges and
Crown package Persian Dates.
We nave ordered an extra shipment of those Iarjje and very sound Soft-shelled English
Walnuts (same kind we had lor the Christmas trade), as well as the bright California Almonds
(seemingly every one perfect). The Cluster Raisins were of such handsome quality as to call
forth many expressions of satisfaction from our thousands of purchasers. We have an extra
shipment of these, which we know you will appreciate. Those large Florida Oranges are worthy
of your careful consideration.
This week we are selling the best cuts
of beef ar surprisingly close prices:
Rest Porterhouse Steak, X5C lb.
Best Sirloin Steak 15c lb.
Best Lan'Q Tender Round ....iXclb
.-Pork Chops, choice cuts 8 l-2c lb.
iThe handsome Parlor Tables, Onyx Tables, Cherry Rocking
Chairs, ioopiece Dinner Sets of Decorated Chinaware,- 56piece
Tea 'Sets, io-piece Toilet Sets, Watches, Clocks, Albums. &c.,
may be seen at our stores, and completed premium cards are
now being redeemed.
We would call your careful attention to
our great slock or Coffees. 0'ir mills are
kept almost continuoasly grinditig and
pulverizing by fast-running electricpowir
Java and Mocha Coffee 30clb.
Good MaraeaiboCofrce SGclb.
Golden Rio Cofrec 15c lb.
Good Rio Corree 3.2c lb.
Arbuckle's package Corree.. xo l-2c :b.
Our special deal gotten up this week on
Corf ces is 5 pounds of granulated sugaraud
3 pouuds of Java and Mo"ha Corree
the national committeeman, is the recog
nized lcadet, and I am tatisfied President
McKinley will give heed to his recom
mendations for patronage. Our trouble in
Missouri is that we fight among ounelris
and do not right the Democratic party
We ought to get together, but we don't
Webster Davis, Assistant Secretary ot the
Interior, In the coming man of tnc West. He
is unlveisaliy popular, and is one of the
finest orators in the United States."
The first delegate elected for Willi nn
McKinley for President was Mr. T. B
Haughwarl, or MiEsouri, Avho is known as
the "Friendly Indian" among his associates
He is in the city urging his claim ror the
position or United Slate, attorney Tor the
western district or Missouri. Mr. Ilaugh
wart's advocates say ie is Eiire to in: a
'touchdewn," and that no one mere richly
decrees recognition at the hands or Ihe
"I'll be at the quilting," said Capt.
Stalllngs, who is a candidate for tlu
August a, Ga., postorflce. "1 believe I
will win out, notwithstanding the r act that
it lias been said that Senator Raima hid
told the coloied man Lyons that lie would
see him through. I do not kuo.v whether
the Seuator made any such promUe or
One ot Wnshlngtou's best architects said
to a Times man -yesterday: "It is now
quite tlif- proper thing to have a gymnasium
in every well appointed pilvate reridenee.
The ract is, a modern residence is hardly
complete, without some provision ror physl
cal culture, and I regard it as Just is
necessary as provision Tor battling. In
this matte rwe are copylngartcr the ancient
Put Suit gn the Traelc.
The Anacostla Railroad yesteiday put
alt upon the track or the Capitol Railway
Company, which causedconsiderable tr o l'Jle
along the line. LastwInterthe.Mptropolltan
road was tied tip by a .similar cause, 'r.:t
this company stopped the use of tlie .salt,
v.'hlch is a conductor to the electricity, bv
an injunction. It is thought the Capitol
Hallway Company will do llkewue.
Files n Deed of Trust.
The Erlghlwood Railway Company yes
terday riled a deed ot trust to AUrod G.
Safford and Arthur G. Ferguson, to K'cure
the pa-vnient or ?1 00,000 in ponds. Prior
mortgages amount to $350,000.
729-731 7tli St. N.
New Ma ile Syrup, cans 300
Maple Syrup, Iirge bottles SOC
Xew CaliforniaKvaporati'il Pearhes, Apri
cots. Nectariies. at special low cut prices
during tills week.
Elgin Butter fo
3ianj" of our cu-toiner arc takicg a-l-vaniaiie
of mir spef ial sux.iraud tea deal
3 1-2 pounds or granulated sugarand
1 pound or "i0-ceiit tea Tor 50e
Those desiring sugar with the COc. teas,
SOc. teas, and Si teas willrecme the same
number or pounds.
We would make special 11. en t ion or tfcoe
crisp and delicious Society Wirprs, as well
as N'Ic-Xpc. Crackers, Vanilla Warers. Fin
Vanilla Cakes, But tei -Scotch Cakes. Honey
Jumbles, etc. Convenient supplies for those
Intending to receive.
We have a few bos.es, just received, of
large whole cod-rish, bon all taken out.
which are a faX seller at 6c- pound.
WASrilXGTOXXEGHO IX TROUREK
Locked U"p in Xew York for Threat
ening; 11 Vnnderbilt and Others.
A nepio claiming this city as his home
has been urrested In Xew 1'ork charged
with attempting to blaekmail very rich
men, among others William R- Yanderbilt
and Charles Broadway Rouss. He lrhvs
his name as J. W. Harris and says he hails
originally from North Carolina, but that
his present hi me is Washington.
Harris tells a strange story of a Laid
or conspirator-, or which he is the head,
Artist be sold
We arc licrc to SELL the goods to turn tlieni into
money fit any price ! Do you understand? AT ilLNY
PKICE ! It ivoultl le more than foolish to lose a chance
like this. The goods arc ft-oing: rapidly the quicker
the better for us. This GARNER STOCK consists of
Men's Suits, Overcoats, Separate Pants, Boys' and
Children's Suits and Reefers, Men's Underwear, Hose,
Shirts, Collars, Cutis, Keck wear, Suspenders, etc. All
"Trcsli goods, clean and up-to-tlatc stj-les.
Jos. Eisner & Go.
Sale under charge of
H. A. GWIX.
and the purpose or which tvas to bleed
millionnites by threats or personal violence.
The threats were made by letter.
He says that arter the formation of the
ociety the members adjourned to Cooper
Union, w! ere they got free writingmaterial,
and Ha-rls, being the bt penman, was
a-signed to write the letters, while the
others sat around him and ottered sug
HarrI is an intelligent negro and well
educated. Xo one appeared In court to
prosecute him and he was committed to
the vvoikliout; for vajjrancy.
7th and H Sts.
1 1 1
B i 1
The Busy Corner,
8th. and Markeb Space.
Er ugh good matterjn thi advertisement to
close our j it ember montn with the finest
finish ever known to the trade.
Relow jobbers rjuotations. We do thi-i
bring everybody to the Buy Corner to buy
th"IrsmaH n-edy. as well as other xotylK.
Real Kid Curfcrs, slightly mifdeir.; 1, vrffll
not aHect the wear of then,. Thejr
werj 10c a bunch. Xow.. 5c
Spring Hair Curlers, fell nickel pol
ish, oak taidlea. Xow 5c
Shell, Amber, and Black Hair 1'ina. The
bet 10c grade. Per dozen ec
Regular 10c Aluminum Hair Pins.
Silk rr'H Gailer Elastic, drifted
colors. Per strip qc
I lain All-silk Garter Webbing, in ill
colore. Ter strip XSc
Mfxscs' Queen Louise Hone Supporters,
in all sizes, assorted colors. Per
Sampson Pins, rull -100 counc 2c
j0 yard Spool of Black Silk. 3 spools
'or ; ec
Special lot or Assorted Side Combs,
the new kind XOc
Turkey Red Marking Cotton, all num
ber. Ter doien gc
Extra, miahty Corset Steels. Per pair.. 3c
Best quality Elastic Coret Laces.
Per pair jjc
0arhcr'i Linon Thread, hfcicR, vvhite
; and unbleached, all number". cc
j Superior quality Gold Eye Xeedlc,
I aKrted sixes. -IS in the pa3kase..Sc
' Silverware and Jewelry.
'''in" of the tnanr gi.od thin vrliich we
' carried ove: from our X mas trade. Many
little return presents can be bought, now
at -eri near half the price.
1 Sterling Silver Salve Boxes, which sold
' Tor 2lc. 1M-, week 13c
Sterling Silver Salve Boxes, which sold
Tor 2fc. This week 3.9c
1 Enameled and Gilt-top Salve Boxes,
1 which Kohl for -ice. This week see
Eiiamelcf.andlilt-topPiiff Boxes, whlcn
sold foi 2oc. Trte week IGc
. Embosed Silver-top Puff Boxes, which
sold for 59c. This week 3Sc
j S-1.00 Cigar Jars, with Etruscan fln
j ish glir tops This week 69c
SI. 10 Gilt and Silver-top Cigar Jars.
I This wepk T9c
j Sllvr and (,:lt Jewel Boxe. all e
1 duced to about nair or their real value.
1 Sterling-top Hat Brushes, flat b,pe,
j with rircn handle. Sold for 98c.
' This week s9c
Sterilng-top Hat Brushes samp make,
1 only larger size. Sold for SI .11.
I Tim week 89c
I Sterimg-r..otInted Celluloid Combs.
Were o!ic. This -week 33c
I Ste-ning-top Hair Bru'he. fiHiitiil
1 with excellent quality bristle. Were
j $2.25. Till- week SJ..49
A row very fine Sterling Comb .mm
j ilrnsh Sets marked way below cost to
c!oe out ouick.
I The Si 2r. kind. This wenk a.
The kind we sold for $2.00. This
Satin-lined Gl. ve and Handkerchl-f Boxes,
made of vvhite metal and beveled
fciasstops. ''nc?13u.T) s week .75c
9VV91V W W H
Sfh and jlnrlet Space.
til Street En'-aa? lanui. Shoe Store.
I Why Not Be I
I Comfortable I
g This cold, dam weather For a few S
days we will bil
Gas Heaters at S2.39 S
Oil Heaters at $-J ,99
j Felt Weather Strip-
I ping, per foot 1 5c
5 FREE The celebrated Enterprise Coo i &
6 Book, containing J00 recipe.
I Frank E. Hopkins, I
g 42 Ninth N. V.
Snov.-, Ice and Asphalt.
Ia3.s a3 well 03 Cocirjon Sh3s.
Coata bat Tn3e Horc.
Hare tliea put on your horses, and secarc co.-r.for:
aad safctr for ihcn and for yourself
J. B. KENDALL, 613 Pa. Ave. N. W.
fl Are yon going to put up with the
Vj expense and inconvenience of steam w
Q power auoUier whole year'.' m
Electricity is ten times better ic W
0 is also much cheaper. Why not in- ft
j vestigate? g
1 U.S. Electric Lighting Co.,
I 213 11th St. X.W. 'Phono 77. &
qj noi-tr 3
V,"e lead them all In style and ik-Ics.
del3-tr,em THE HATTER.
LOUXT DOOR CHECK rlo'cit a door
without slamming- Doesn't get
out or order JOU.N II ESPEr.
1010 Pa. avo Eo22-tf.em
! R . O STOKAtiE CO . 10 to 16 Bj
D. tX W. t.ne.-St to Sa per :nonth.J
for Plants and Flowers.
We have extra fine specln ens or Cycla
men, Aalias. Oranges, I'olnsettias, double
and bingle, Areleafas, Palm-; and rern,
inUudliKthcramou; BOS1 ON FEHX, which
Hands so well In a house. You cannot rind
such a collection elsewhere in the city.
We are telling them, at midsummer prices.
J. K. FI6I3KMAS,
G12 13th St. X. W.
71,(rhfi-r',i 'f.niflt.h UiaciOD 1 Brand.
crc alwv relill. tADiesk
, Dnsi"t for Chlcbttttri nwtuA DUt i?A
mond Braid In Kcd vtA OM multicWW'
Boxes. .r:ci wiw Ma nowa.
f tuns and imitations ADniit,.rri4.
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