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THE WASrrntfGTOiN" TIMES, SATUBDAX, SEPTEZVEBEB 28, 1894.
The Washington Times
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OWXED AND ISSUED BT
The Washington Times Companj
SoOTHtraeT owmsn Psiri.TAinx Atenhb akd
TciephBBO BUitortal Roams, 485.
Swisses CMBcc, V?.
1'rico, a4ly BUttea. . . One Cent
Sunday Edition Throe Cent
By Um month Tbirty-flve Cants.
WASHIKQTOX.D. a, SEPTEMBER S8, 1S94.
PATTSlTCi:, GEKTLE BEADEK.
Once more The Timbk has to ask Uie len
iency of its readers lor the ooageetod condi
tion of its sews oolam&6. Bat -while editors
may propose advertisers dispose, sad whoa
the morebontB of Washington iaaiat upon
having opaoa, reporters sad editors have to
give way to tbofa: doaasd.
But Tkk Tntse will only ask the patience
of ite reodors for a few days longer. Ar
rangements an now being made which will
enable thfe paper to sooa appear in six-page
orm, aad wbee tbe prawoci now trader oon
structtoa are liwtaUed la this office we shall
be fully equipped to meet any demand which
may be made oa oar spaoe, either by adver
tising or news matter.
MeaawfaUo Txa Taae extends to its gener
ous patrons thanks for their liberal support,
and aerates ite thousands of readers that with
an enlarged mecbaalc! plant the youagset
daily ia Washington will fee second to none In
everything that gees to make so a modern
newspaper worthy of the Capital City ot th-j
JtAfMIATSLLI HILL, OF SEW YOBK.
The mental mechanism of that modern
political Maohiavelli, David Bennett Hill, is
doing some lightning calculating. Its prob
lem is: Can I carry the State of Xw Xork at
the Head of the State Demoaratie ticket?
There is no doubt that Maohiavelli prefers
the gubernatorial to the Senatorial chair. The
first is the half-way station to the 'White
House; the second is an anesthetie for am
bition and will for a year or two offer few op
portunities for the flae Italian hand of the
ew York strategist.
And so the oold oalcnlations of those cra
nial cogwheels have already eliminated the
quisttaa of preference between the Senator
ship and toe Qevercorsnip. They are marely
redncfag the probabilities of the nest Xew
York State vote to & tolerably accurate quan
tity. Meanwhile, Xaobiavelli says he is "waiting
for orBeial notification." But he is not He
is only galagiag time for the operation of
the lightning ealcalefor.
THE BIBLE -OB 3B8IKE5.
The seventh commandment follows the
eighth in logical sequenoe as well as in
numerical ootmt. First comes a liaeon with a
woman; then theft for the woman. Such is
Ce.pt. Howgate's life story.
The ancient scribe who arranged the Moond
book of Hoses, commonly called Exodus,
must have been a seer whose eyes penetrated
the conditions of the present, for he has predi
cated theft with adultery.
There is one more lesson ia Mr. Howgate's
case and it is eontaiaed in the phraaet His
sin will flad him out. That apothegm re
ceived ramarkaMo verification ia tbatHUle
basement bookstore in New Xork, where jus
tice claimed her own in spite of the passing
of years and the repentance ol the law
breaker. Leave out all surely moral ooasiderattoas,
and look at H from a utilitarian standpoint.
"What man's life ledger ever recorded such a
deed te the credit of his happiness? Time
ater time, with almost unerring certainty,
tha X ruitton of temporarily suooessful thefts
lias been life-long misery.
The Bible, then, is a pretty safe business
THE QUALITY OF MERCY.
It Is FW oa tte Unfortunate Sufferers
Of tfce Stump Fire.
The natty patrons and. employes of Buoks
dining room have been dropping their stray
7euuieti to a bor furnifehod by tbe blg-liearted
proprietor and the total furnished a goodly ooa
tr i b uliau yesterday.
1 ne Eccentric Association of Steam Engineers
alee came nobly to the front wfta substantial
j. roof of their Mi-hearted members. Other per
sonal eutaerlptions were made.
Dollar by dollar the fund grows greater and
Uie prospvets of the stricken women crow eetre
Sjjondingly brighter aad brighter. A few days
mora remain for cha Itably inclined citleaat to
enow tfceir sympathy in thus practical way.
Receipts op to date are:
Tint WAsawaroK Toots.... ats oo
Stumph Brother 25 00
H. S. Hartia 10 00
D. Knowttoa 10 00
SL & Oo 10 03
J K. B 00
Aug. Schwarx l oo
Master Clarenoe Lcsfller. 0 10
lire. S. E.Frey 1 00
lit T. 3. Williams 1 OD
"WiHiatn Hebn ds Co 10 00
Patrick. O'Callahan t 00
Inspecting Bivfetea,8Uth Auditor's Offlo. S 85
Cash 4 00
Truss obapel (oemposiag room) IS 00
B. M. shop, nary yard..... 8 SO
P, Wadkwop i 00
Buck's dialog roots t IS
EooensrioAaBeoiatioaofSteamSnalaeani. JO 00
Mrs.3trt ." i 00
Sotal S180 28
Beat Estate Transfers Deeds of real estate
were filed yesterday for record as follows: M".
Flnler Brown end wife to Allen & Johnson, lots
I..,. S and its. in sub of square No. 090, for $10.
Wi.JiaiaX. Itewieto Clarence A. Brandenburg,
let No. C. in square Ko 6S. f r (4,000. Locls
Behrens and wile to Herman B khardt, part of
lot No. 16, in square Xo. 448, fui 110. WUliam H.
Turpin, trustee, to Henry S. Hlijn, lot No OS, in
siuareKo Kh, for 97,388. Elmira S. Delano to
William H. Conantpart of lots 5oh. 19 and 90,
in sub of Mount Ffeasuu, for til, 175. Maalon
Asbiord and IK illlam K. Woodward, trustees to
Jotui . Biuehardt, lor Ko. lb, in sub of square
Iso 728, for (3,905. Frederic J, f prague to Jo
s' ph H. fete wart, lots Nos. 34 and 85, in sub of
n,uare Ko 1095, for $10 3ame Freeman and
v ite to Millie Catlett, lot Xo 57, In sub of square
No. &5S, subject to trust deeds, for $900. Albert
It Catlett and wife to James Freeman, lot No.
57 m eub of square No. 553. subject to truets,
to $100. WilU&m F Martin and wife to Marpa
rt : L Robinson and othert.. lute Nos. 245 and 248,
Asacostia, for $0 Freeman J. Snadd
b. ci wif to Ilcn'-y Giispy, partof lot No 11, In
fcl .ok i.o 2, Iy City, for 1,350. MtchaH I.
V Her and wife and Georjre Bepetti and wife to
I.UU Aebford and TViUiam Bidia Woodward,
i r ubiees, lot No 16, in sub of square Na 75B, for
J ii George Y. Worthmton and wife to V R.
( mwell. lot So. 66, m square No. 740, for $1,800.
t irollne M. I'itchlynn to Sophia U. Ittchlynn,
T!i-uof lota Nos. landS, in square Xo. tt, also
1 r No S, in eouare No. s07, and lot 21c. XT in
e uare lie. 08, for S6.
4 e u
Look at This!
Best granulated sugar 5 cents. Our 58, 85, and
3b cent Java and Mocha coffees can't he beat.
A itb 1 pound Thea-Kectar tea, 1 pound baking
powder, er 1 pound pepper, you fret a handsome
special present. The Great Atlantic and Pactne
Tea Oe., 891 and 80s 7th St.; 3W 14th et Slot M.
st aw.; 815 H St. ae. Branches la all the mar
kets. N. H. Bowuak, Manager.
LOCAL HEWS OF ALL SORTS
Tlio Weather To-dnT.
Showers In the oarly morning, followed In the
Interior by fair; northeast winds, high on tlio
Held tlio Confidence Jinn Louis Josephs,
alias "William iL i arstow. tUo youthful conll
deuuo man who swiudlud f ainuol ltobbln, (i tni
lor at No 4S 11 street, and Jowoler Colo in thu
vicinity by means of boeua checks was hold in
$2,000 bail by Judue Miller ja-terday moruiiiB.
Josephs had represented that his father ua a
Congressoian, and his undo a Judge of the fcu
Hood Not Wanted After All The charge of
embezzlement which the Chris Ilourich Brew
ing Comnany made against their former col
lector, Charlie 1) Hood, has been -nltkdrawn,
owlm; to satisfactory explanations having been
made. Yesterday morning Hood had a confer
ence with the counsel of tho brnlng company
aud the conecqucuce was tho company ik'fiiletl
that there was no cause for the arrest of flood.
Hood declared that he had not wronged the com
pany, but had uted the missing money to treat
those who happened to bo in saloons at tho time
he made the uollections.
Circuit Court, Part l Justice: Biudlet
Wharton A Bro. v llammor.d; judgmont on ver
dict for plaintiff ior ?lt$ 79. riurst &. Co. vs.
Madison Co.; judemeut on verdict. Kropp vs
.ropp; Judgment ou verdict for dofchdant for
costs, krrraar vs Detterer; Judcment on vor
dict for defendant for cista HoWe vs. District
of Columbia; Judgmont on verdict for defoudaut
Sueak Thief Ada Pleads Guilty Two
more vlotitns of Adn Cross, the clever sueuk
thief whoitAssuppoiiiuR a bis family by rob
bing houses in the northwest tteation of the city,
have been found. Mrs. MaryS. Marsh ot No.
11 felith B'iet iinrthoast, who lost a pocket-book
eoutaiuiu? fib and a key on f-optismber 3, and
Mrs. H M. Jeily, oi No. Ml First stroet uortU
eaat, who was robbed of a pocket-book nud ('2t
called at detective headquartors yestorday cud
identified two of the purses found in tho Cross
home ne their property. In tlio police court
yesterday Ada pleaded guilty to stealing Sl.'ist)
from the house ot Hesekiah Cawood, No. 830
South Carolina a enue, and she was hold for the
grand Jury. Kebecca Cross, tha motbernud
Bettie Cross, another daughter, were held in
ft.OOO bail on a charge of receiving Stolen
Thieves Plying Their Trades Thiovns
have been busy the past fow days, though their
operations hare been tiualL Some one sneaked
into the room of Mary fc. Ecklnn, in tho Harri
son flats, and carried away a watch and a quan
tity of jewelry yosterdxy. Mrs. D. 11. Ambroso,
No. lflOs T street northwest, suffered the los of
a pawn ticket for a diamond ring worth i 100,
which the thief redeemed, and a Micak thief
carried away 25 worth of tobacco from tho storo
of James Reed, at Eighth and 1) streets south
west. The lock of Fred Itosonberg's store, No.
1108 M etrset nsrthwest, was forced open early
yesterday morning, and six pairs ot shoes,
valued at 9i were stolen.
ggAlice liieen, who has a room at No 321 Thir
teenth street northwast, reported to tho police
yesterday that some time aurlcg the last six
weeks her trunk had h;en opened aud robbod
of silver forks valued at S5.
jottings from the Courts Judge Brad
ley will, on Octobers, begin to bear appeal cases
in division 1. el the circuit codrt. The first as
signment will be the first ten cases on tho ap
peal docket Appeal caes will continue to be
heard till all, about thlrty-Ove, have been dis
posed of. Then Judge Bradley will take up tho
regular docket and hear the cases with even
numbers while Judge Bingham hears cases with
Judf Cos will continue In oqulty court, divi
sion 1. Judge liagner will open equity court,
divisions Chief Justice Biiiglitm, circuit court,
No i. The chief Justice and Judge Ccx may oi
chenge court later. Judge McComas will prob
ably continue in criminal court, division 1, mid
Judge Cole In criminal court, division 8.
In the circait courts the calendar will contain
about MS cases all told Tor the present no civil
cses will be heard In the criminal divisions.
The new rules for the court of appeals will he
given out on Monday in pamphlet form. The
changes are not numerous nor important, relat
ing mainly to exceptions and the like.
Michael E. Robinson, who filed suit daring the
summer ford iTorce from Nancy Bobloson, was
yesterday ordered to pay 125 counsel fees for his
Wif s and agreed to withdraw the suit.
A petition w6 filed yesterday by Deliab Pow
ell for an invettigatiou in lunacy for Henry
Pt.ro rood Exhibition The third annual
pare food exhibition will open at Convention
Hall November IS and continue' three weeks
Tho time ha& been changed in order to give ex
hibitors the benefit of it duriag the entire win
ter season Mis Helen Louise Johnson, editor
of Table talk, will give lectures and demonstra
tions each afternoon, and concerts will be de
livered by a seleet orchestra each afternoon and
evening. Mucu preparation lias already been
mads, aud it is expected that the cojulnc eI"
hlbitlon will be the most successful held hero. 4
Parker, Bridget & Co.'s Anmv crsnrv All
day long yeeterdty, and In the evening, too. Par
ser. Bridget & Co 's establishment, at No. 815
Seventh street northwest, was crowded with
men aud women, friends of the moinbers of this
popular Arm of clothiers, to testify by their pres
ence their inti-reet in the flrm'b first anniver
sary and likewise to inspect thu magnificent
Stock of fall and winter styles displayed there.
At night especially the scene was animated.
Fragrant fioaers, palms, aud othor potted plauls
were evorywhere; lights gleamed and sweot
strains of music floated on the air. Messrs.
Harry B Parker, Bernard M. Bridget, and Wil
liam O Shumate did everything in tlielr power
to make their visitois comfortable, and suc
ceeded admirably. They were the recipients of
many congratulations upon their success and of
sood wishes for the future.
E. kurtr Johnson's Instate Mrs. Annie
Jokneon. widow of the late E. Kurtz Johnson, in
a petition for letters testamentary, yesterdny
stated that Johnson's unsecured debts would not
exceed 15.000 and other debts to tho amount of
$50,000 are secured by double tho amount In
lionds and ether collateral. The heirs arc Mrs.
Johnson and the children, Richard A., Sarah E.,
Oliver P , Charles if., and William K. Johnson.
Her Correct Address Nellie Wilson, tho
typowritbr. who wants a divorco from Alfred
Wilson Iirss not at No 1210 K street, but No. 1210
Marriage Licenses Licenses to marry were
Issued yes'erday to Moes Jerdau, of Madison,
Oa , and Sadie Clark, of Washington. J.owls
Tralator, of Colonial Besch. Va , and Thcodosla
Fewell, of "Westmorland county, To. Alexan
der Brooks cad Annie Johnson, both of Wash
ington. ludee ToseDh Holt's Heirs The National
Safety Deposit and Savings Trust Company ot
this city Was yesterday appointed administrator
of the late Judge Joseph Holts estate. The
propert) consists of $'0,003 In real estate and
1135.000 in Mocks and bonds. Of tho lattor
SOc.OOO are registered District bonds, $3,000 Belt
Line stook. 280 shares National Bank of Com
merce $11,000 notes and S12.009 cash. The heirs
are Ann Holt, a rister-In-law, sad nephews and
nieces, Washington, Sarah, John W., Lockie,
Bobert, Thomas, and James Holt, and William
G. Sterett and Margaret Bowmer and grand I
nephew Robert Holt Thoy reside In this Dis
trict, ia Texar, and at the old home, Holt's Bot-
torn, near Clot crport, Ky.
Prorerty Distributed by Wills The late I
Balph P. Lowe, by will dated February 17, 1801,
left his property to his brothers and sisters, p
Nellie L. Jchm'oni Kate Low o Kendall, of BinfC
hamton, N. T ; Xdwiu A. Lowe, of Santiago, I
Chili, and Clifton A. Lowo, and Mrs. E. T. Morris, i
He was a draUsmsn and lived at No. 1420 New I
York avenue. He first provldrs for the payment
of his debts and the erection of a tombstone
over his mother's grave similar to that over his j
His property consists of a 8,000 Hfo policy In I
the Order of Choen Ftisnds. A policy for 23,000
in the Printing OlBco Council, No. 11, National I
Union, was by him made payable to his sister i
Nellie. In his will, however, he bequeaths this
to her. He gives his sister Kate S1.500; to Edson,
fSOO; to Clifton, $600. to he used in sickneB3; to
Mrs. E. T Morris, 8JKW as a remembrance of
their long ossoci'.tion in office. He asks that G.
L. Jehnetos shall seo that his wishes aro carried
Johnston yesterday fljed the will with a riotl
tion for letters testamentary, accompanied by
the consent of next ot kin, except Edson Lowe,
who is beyond the court s Jurisdiction.
The will of Dauibl Nelson, dated March 20,
le"H, and filed yesterday gives one-third of his
money in the National Capital Bank to his
daughter, Emma Toliver, one-third each to
hamuel and Lucius Gordon, and $15 to his son,
John Nelson. It appoints Louis W. Schonch, of
No. 801 Maryland avonue northeast, to bo his
executor, without bond.
Columbian Mask and Wig Club Tho
Mask and Wig Club of tho Columbian University
effected a permanent organization last night, in
the law lecture room of tho univorslty, by the
adoption of a constitution and the election of
the following officers, who had been acting as
temporary officials during the summer: Presi
dent, F. H. Hitchcock: vice president, Allen
riepbacc: secretary, S. Hazen Bond; recording
secretary, E. H. Parry; treasurer, Walter If.
Bensey. .About fifty students wero present last
evening. The next meeting will bo hold Friday,
October 11, and in the meantime the secretary
will notify all the branches of the university and
ask that each of them select two candidates for
the board of directors.
Virginia Democratic Association The
Virginia Domocratie Association held a full
meeting last night, ProsidenfH. L. Biscoo pre
siding. Several new members wore elected and
a number of names proposed.
The association has started earnestly at work
in the campaign and will hereafter meet every
Friday evening, nt No. 810 Pennsylvania avenue.
Messrs. John A Jones, William Monroe, and W.
E. Saunders were appointed a transportation
committee to secure reduced rates for voters. A
campaign committee was also appointed.
Permanent headquarters will be established
on tho 15th of October nt No. 910 l'ennsylvnnia
avenue, whero persons will bo constantly in at
tendance to give information. A circular letter
was addressed to be sent to each of the nomi
nees for Congress in Virginia, asking for needed
We proclaim It I
and It's irrefutable-
wohavo the highest grades of morchandleo tho
world produces aud no hotiso In America does
or can uaino lower prices than wo do.
It does us more flood to satisfy
the man who has only ot $7.50
or SIO to afford for a Suit than
the one who can pay $35.
We've only three styles at
$7.50 but they are solid as
rocks---alI there. Really equal
to the usual 510 Suits.
Our 510's are the best they've
ever been. Guess there are forty
styles all rlht.
We'll give you your $7.50
back If you are not suited
quick as we would IF you'd spent
a hundred here.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
1312 F St.
Dealcre In Housekeeping Articles, Parlor nnd
Sole ncents for McConnoll's OERM
PROOF WATER FILTERS.
923 Penn. Ave.
Your Summer Soil
Isa"picnlo" for this cold "North
wester" and not only that it
begins to look shabby. You can af
ford to look neat and be comforta
ble when with
You can buy a fall and winter
weight suit of clothes thnt not only
fits liko a tailor-made suit but looks
as well and WEARS as welL Our
Black Cheviots simply can't be beat.
nrNow Is tho time to get a fall
weight overcoat. You will save
money by buying from ub.
"The Reliable Clothier,"
434 7th St. N. W.
made man can
be picked out
instan tly .
Some tailor is
going to make
you a suit of
fall unless you
make the grave
mistake of buying one ready
made. It will be a worse mis
take to go to a "cheap" tailor.
Although we are maintaining
our high standard of excel
lence, we are quoting lower
prices this fall. Suits, $20 up.
Trousers, $6 up.
G, Warfield Simpson,
TAILOR, 12th fi FSts.
Watch Contest Closing.
Tho Times' coupon contest for the most
popular member of tho police force will
close at 1 2 o'clock noon on Monday next,
October 1, and no coupons will bo received
after that hour.
J r-ENN. AVE. AND 7TH STBEET, B
(Closed all Day Monday
812-814 SEVENTH ST.
PRESENT THiS COUPON. IT WILL ENTITLE 5
; YOU TO ONE OF 0UU SOUVENIIW, A HAND- :
: BOME JAPANESE TEAPOT, FIIEE.
And Opening of Our New Branch Store,
715 MARKET SPACE,
(Formorly occupied by London Bazaar.
NO CARDS. EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED.
Owing to the inclement weuthor THURSDAY and FRIDAY, we have dooldetl to
continue our Grand Openinjr of Millinery and Wraps
ONE MORE DAY-SATURDAY.
These Prices Are for Saturday Only.
51 Felt Hats, 45c.
FoltB are tho favorites now bore thoy
art. Good Quality Folt lints, including
Misses' nnd Children's Flats, in blacks
and colors, all the latest shapes. Made
to sell for $1. SATURDAY ONLY,
51.69 Children's Eiderdown
Trimmed Coats, 88c.
Here is tho beBt bargain In Children's
Eiderdown Coats thnt waB over placed
before the Washington public by a Wash
ington retailer. It Is the cheapest Coat
wo have over seen In our business oxpor
lonce. Children's hlderdown Coats, with
pointed capest trimmed nlth White An
gola fur, full bishop slooves, donp cuffs,
twelve buttons. In taut, licht nnd dark
gray, lined throughout with shnker flan
nel. Wo intended to sell this coat for
$1.C9. SA1 URDA Y ON LY,
75c. Lare Ostrich Tips,
6 in a Bunch, 45c.
38c and 50c. Jet Crowns. 21c.
Sue. and C3c. Black BirdR,lCc.
812, 814 7U1 St. and
oeec - occ - cc -
"Opening" Prices at
MOORE'S SHOE PAI
Tho crowtli of our businnis has boon marvelous. But u
passed, yet wo rank to-dtiy ab tho
Leaders of Low Prices.
We have the best solectort styles fit you hotter and sell lowest. t
To-day wo wind up our "Opening" iitul "First AnuiveraAry'' wool
quoting another list of
Where can you oqiml theso bargains?
'Infants' Shoes, 75c
?. ? ? Infants Donpola itus- 7n
?' ? set f.neo Shoes, soid J) ,
? ? ? overynhcroat$l.U5 ... ' "
? ? ? ? ? ?
Youths' Shoes, cpc.
? ? ? Youth's "Rutland" Calf ? ? ?
f ? ? Lace tid Button Shoes, I'ic- ? ? ?
? V cndllly toe. sizes 11 to AO-
? ? ? 2. Sold elsewhero at MrlT
? ? ? r ? ?
Youths' $1.75 Shoes, Si. 25.
? ? ? Youths' "little Gduf'Satth ? ? ?
? ? ? Calf Shoes, laco nnd button, ? ? ?
1 1 ? "Piccadilly toe," spring heol, ? ? ?
? ? ? voryhandsomesm.es, rr 1 T C
? ? an'l equal to others' J f 9
"ill $1.75 grado ,,'1,,J
? ? ? t
Misses' $r.25 Oxfords, 75
i 1 ? Misses' Fine RuBsot Ox- ? ?
i ? ?
? ? ? fords. sprinrJieel, sizes "yrr
? ? ? 11 to 2. Alw.-3 sold at OH
? ? ? .1.25 ' W
? ? i ? ?
Misses' $r.25 Shoes, 98c.
? ? ? Mines' bongoln Button ? I ?
Ill Shoes, patent leather tip, ? ? ?
? ? ? flno wenror. 11 to 2. tQ
? ? ? Equal to nny $1.!S shcoi M o (
? ? ? olse.vhoro ww.
? ? ? ? 1
810 Seventh St.
OO'0'O,COf0'O - C
HIB PHYSICIAN SHOULD BE HIS CONFIDANTE, A SPECIALIST, AN EXPERT.
Organic weakness, with all Its train of miserable forebodings, doubt, disability, fe.irs, and em
barrassment, creating au Important obstacle to happy marriage. No matter how the trouble has
boon induced it can be positively cured in a short time by tho Bclontllic advanced methods I em
ploy. Kidney and bladder nilmonts, scalding, burning, smarting frequont urination) discharges,
and all private matters rolating to uninary passage promptly cured.
507 Twelfth Street N. W.
Hours: 9 to 6. Evening, 7 to 8. Sunday,
First In tho field first In quality
first In stylo iirst in tho hoarts of
huslness and professional men.
"Silks," "soft" and "derby" blocks.
Other Derbies, $1.M up.
Willei k RUoff,
905 Pa. Ave.
Black Cheviot Suits
To test tho "Times" as an ad
vertisiurr medium wo will
offer FOB ONE "WEEK
ONLY Black Cheviot Suits
Coat, 3-button cutaway
sack, cut long all sizes for
"Remember this offer
holds good until Saturday,
October C only.
STAR CLOTHING HOUSE,
? arri t.. trr qlu ct. c cr
5th Ave. Hats
on Account of Holiday.)
of the Grand
$h25 Kid Gloves, 69c.
Four Large Pearl Buttons.
This Olovo bargain should certainly
Carry off first prize.
Ladles BeBt Quality Kid Glovos, 4 large
pearl buttons, Self and colored stitching,
nil shades of tnns.rcds. grays,brownS, and
tho latest shades of blouots. All sizes,
from ! to 7-fa. Never hoforo sold by
us or anybody elso below $1.23. SATUR
(Only one pair to a customer),
87c. Wrappers, 59c.
Hot of Very Stylish Print Wrappers,
soino with Wnttoau plaited back, full
lcg-o'-muttou sleeves, others with wldo
rtifno over shoulder, light and dark
Bhndcs. Made to sell for BTc As a
"forget-mo-nof SATURDAY ONLY,
38c. JET AIGRETTES, 19c.
55 and $6 THm Hats, 52.98.
We will sell SCO Trimmed Hats that
wore made to sell for 5 and $T,, yery
latest conceits. isATUKDAY UN'LY,
715 Market Space.
3 - - a) - ' - o - o - - to, - D - :so
Bors' S .75 Shoes, $1.25.
? ? ? Boys "Rutland 'Calf I aco ? ? ?
? ? Fhotjrf, l'ltfodilly tee, sites ? ?
? ? ? to .-)$$ E t Jftt to i t "T) r
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Ladies' $3.0 Shoe'-, $.2.48
? 7 I.ndloV Elegant "EtiitnjsV ? ?
? ? ? Pnpwfllie tn.ntola iluMnii ? ? ?
? ? ? Shnas, foil r of the tltersifflt ? ?
? ? ? styles of ti: also nhonn .n ? ?
1 ? ' thu "ettiMtdod ' eolfB lo- ? ? ?
1 ? f theso constantly on their ? ? 1
? ? ? feet Equal to f,-" F, O
? ? ? nny SUO shoos rt a
? ? ? elsewhcro VM z . t vJ
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Ladies' S2.50 Shoes, S1.9S.
? ? ? Ladies' Tine "Princess" ? i 1
? ? ? Doncola Button Shoes, In 4 M ?
? ? ? styles of toe, the most -i r O
? ? ?
? ? ? show
ihowatoven 42.50 ...-'
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Men's S4.50 Shoes, $2.98.
? ? ? Men's Fino Calf, "Yale" ?
1 1 ? too, Lneo and Congress ? ?
too, Lneo and Congress ? ?
Shoes, nlso same shoo ? ?
in other styles of toe. ? ?
? ? ? Shoes, nlso same shoo ? ? ?
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Equal to any $4.50 rr - f0
6hoes sold else- f JffS
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- C3'0,0WS3iD - O O
25 Years' Experience-
10 to 2. Consultation Ires.
WHEN YODR HOUSE
IS OH FIRE
It is too late then to think
how you might have pre
vented your loss. But it
is a good time now.
LOST IN THE LAST
With a cash capital and
surplus of $300,000 and
long years of business ex
perience we guarantee
promptness and absolute
Cor. 7th St. and La. Ave. N. W.
WEAR COR LADIES AND
ELLS FOR GENTLEMEN.
TEACHER OF MUSIC.
Mrs. 2d. If. Waldecker wishes to Inform her
pupils that she will reAumeher instruction on
piano, harmony, and vocal music, October 1,
lbM. 1504 Caroline st nw. 8H-2t
1864 Education for Real Lifs, 1894
For Sons and Daughters. Ibe Spencerian Bus
iness Collego, National Bank of the Republic
building, cor. 7th, and D nw. Day and night 4
slons sI'ENPERIAN, In the national capital
and throughout the country, is a huusebold word,
associated with thorough business training and
a prosperous career.
The thirtieth scholastic year ot this popular i
Institution begins Monday, September, 3, 1691
Five department!, viz.! Practical Business. In- I
eluding complete bookkeeping course, English,
rapid Calculations, rapid writing, moral and
social culture, Delsarte system of expression,
civics, political economy, and commercial law; j
Shorthand and VypeWmng,aincTuding English
opaucerian napiu vtruuu;; Atecuamcni anq
Architectural Drawing. Full corps of thoroughly
trained teachers Location central Office open
every business day and night on and after Mon
day, August 0. Write or call for new annual
announcement MRS. SARA A. SPENCER,
aul0-3m Principal and Proprietor.
The DEPARTtVlENTof ARCHI
In Spencerian Business College is now open for
tho reception of students. Carpenters, builders,
mechanics, and students in draughting who havo
been trained hero have achieved remarkable
success In thoir several lines as c direct resultof
the practical skill and intelligence thus ac
quired. Department open Tuesday and Thurs
day evenings of each week from Octobers to
July 1. Further information given at college
onice. 703 D st n.w.
selS-lm Mrs. SARA A. SPENCER, Principal.
BANJO, MANDOLIN. AND GUITAR STUDIO.
Special fall tsrnx
A. V. HOLMES,
seS-lm SOI P Bt,Hoom3-
rpHE HOWARD UNIV. LAW SCUOOi., 0 5TII
JL st nw., will open Monday eve, Oct l.at6
o'clock. For circulars containing full informa
tion apply to or address B. F. LEIG iTN,
LLD., Dean,452 D st nw , or JAS. F. BCNDY,
Secretary, office in Law building, VM 5th st
THE COLUMBIA SCHOOL OF OPTICS A
thorough coufso on the eye and the art of
fitting spectacles and eyeglasses; ah Inde
pendent proleslon acquired in three months at
moderate cost; a diploma issued to each grad
uate at the end ot the course. Call on or oddresd
J. O. REED, 31. D.. ItHG II st. nw selS-2w
EMERSON 1N5T1TCTE-A SELECT CLASS
ical and Matkemntical School for Young
Men aud Bojs, DM Hth st , Franklin Square.
Forty-third annual session timer tho present
principal bezins i-eptember 21. This well
known preparatory school for Harvard. Yale,
Princeton, Ac , for the United States Military
ana NaTal Academics, and for the best techno
logical schools enjoys a reputation second to no
school In this country. Tho roster of the gradu
ates contains the names of hundreds distin
guished in every profession. For circulars ad
dress CHAS. B. Yol NG, A. M. Ph. D. seS-tf
School of Law.
Rev. J HAVENS RICHARDS, S. J.,
President Of the University.
Hon. HKNRY 0 BROWN, EL D..
(Justice Supreme Court of the 1 nlted States),
Lecturer ou Admira ty Jurisprudence.
Hon WILLIAM A. RICHAhD.-ON, LL D.,
(Chief Justice 1 niud States Court of Claims),
Lecturer on Statutory and Administrative Law
nnd Legal Maxima.
Hon. MAlrtlN 1? MORIUS, LL D.,
(Associate Justice Court of Appeals of the Dis
trict of Columbia),
Lecturer on Constitutional and International
Law, and Comparative Jurisprudence.
Hon. SKTH PllEPARD.
(Associate Ju&tice, Court of Appeals of the Dis
trict of I olumbU,
Lecturer on the La'v of ( orporations and Equity
Hon JEREMIAH At. ttiLSON.LL D.,
Dcnn ot the la -ulty and I ectuter on the Law of
Real Estate and tho Law of Evidence.
ULPn j. LAKUMimN, 1.L D.,
Loctureroa the l.awof Personal Pioporty, Con
ti"M.ts and Negotiant i. Paper.
GKOP.1.1.E. HAM1L ON.LL. D..
Lecturer ou the Law of Trts, 1'iaetice, and Tes
Pw ROSS PEKBY, A. 3.. LL D.,
Lecturer on Common Law Pleading, Criminal
Law, end Domestic Relations.
her. UENK iiULAIM), S. J
Lecture en Natural Law.
TALLMABU2 A. LAMBERT, LL D.,
Lecturer Cn Civil Law.
Circuit Court: MICHAEL J. COLBERT, A. M.
Court of Appeals: Messrs. TALLMADOE A
LAMBERT. JO ' BARNARD, and HENRY
SAMUEL M. YEATMAN, A. M.,
Secretary nhd Treasurer.
Tho twenty-fifth annual sesMun of the School
of Law opens WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER S, ISM,
nt(j)p in., in its commodious, specia ly d
slcr.od Law bchout Bmldisg. Nos Z&i and CCS E
street northwest, when tho Introductory W-turo
will be delivered and announcements made lor
th ensuing term. Present and proepectivo
Students, nlumnl and nil others Interested in
legal odtcatlon are cordially Invited to bo pros
en:. 'Iho secretary can be seen at his ofSce in the
law building daily, after vieptember 13, from 6 to
7 p. m., ior IliformAtlon. enrollment etc. These
proposing to connect tht-niselves with the school
for the ensuing term are requested to enroll
their n-.mes before the opening night and thus
avoid the dcluy incident m that occasion.
Circulars, giving tho cours- of study, terms,
etc., can be obtained at book stores of W. II.
Morrison's Son. 13 F stroet norihwra: Lowder
miik & Co., 1 124 i st.eet northwest, and John
byrne & Co., 132i F streut norlhwe? , -nd st W.
S. Ihompson's drug storo, 70S Fifteenth stroet
northwest, or on application personally or by
letter to the undersigned. S. M. YEATMAN,
THE BERKELEY SCHOOL, 023 EIGHTEENTH
btreet, will reopen September 24. Pupils
prepared for West Point, Annapolis; for all uni
versities and s -1501100 schools; for direct com
missions in tho Army nnd Navy, and tor the civil
service. Twelvo students have been success
fully fitted for various examinations during the
past year. Arrangements made for private ls
sons in nil branches. CILARLES W. FISHER, B.
S., Head Master.
ST. CECILIA'S ACADEMY, 601 E. CAP. ST.,
will reopen Sept. 4. Young ladies and chil
dren not attending the academy are admitted
to the classes of art, music, typewriting pho
nography, Latin, and French. au37-lm
BANJO THOROUGHLY TAUGHT BY NOTE
or simplified method; only 37 per quarter. I
guarantee to teach the most unmusical person
to play a perfect tune each lesson by my simple
method or no charge Psrlora open from 10
a. in. until 9 p.m. GEORGE DRAEuEK, KM K st
NATIONAL COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
SG3 1 ST. NW.
OPENING LECTURES on .Monday, October 1, at
6:30 p. in. All interested are Invited-to attend.
ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS Thursday, Sep
tember 27, at 1 o'clock p. m. For lecture tlcset3
and information apply at the Collego this week
between 11 a. m. and 1 p. m. se.15.7t
THE COLUiMBIAN UNIVERSITY,
WASHINGTON, D. a
The Preparatory School opens Sept 24
Tho Columbian Collego opens .....Sept. 24
The Medical School opens Oct 1
Tho Dental chool opens Oct 1
The Corcoran Scientific School opens. Oct 2
The Law School opons Oct 3
The School of Graduate Studies opens. Oct 4
For catalogue descriptive of these several
ROBERT H. MARTIN.
Under ihe Direction of the Fathers of the
Society of Jesus.
Classical, Scientific, and Businoss courses ot
studies. Schools reopen Tuesday, September 4
SPECIAL COl RSE rOR O DER STUDENTo
WISHING TO MAKE RAPID PROGRESS LN THE
CLASSICS. For particulars address
REV. CORNEUl S GILLESPIE, a J..
selO-lmo President and Treasurer:
WMODAUGHSIS, 1823 I ST. NW. CLASSES
organize Oct L Business course, lan
guages, English, physical training. Shakespeare,
elocution, music, Journalism, etc. Terms very
reasonable, especially for women. ADA L.
SMITH, Supt sel6-lm
TITKS. MANNS KINDEBQARTEN AND
ItX school and the Elizabeth Penbody Kinder
garten Normal Training School, 1918 Sunderland
plaoe, will begin fall and winter sessions Octo
ber 1, 1834. se2-lmo
A YOUNG MAN'S OPPORTUNITY. PRE
pare for active business by improving
mind and body at tho YOUNG MEN'S CHRIS
TIAN' ASSOCIATION, 1 109 New York ave. nw.
Evenlnt educational classes In ten practical
studies begin October 1, ISM. The Gymnasium
open every day and evening. Come to the huUd
lng, see the equipment, and get the annual pros
Disease of Ear, Nose, Throat
Catarrti, Asthma, Bronchitis, and
The abovo dtsoases have baffled the skill ot
physicians for ages and ages, and even now aro
considered incurable by most of them But Dr.
Rlegel has mustered the secret, and with ma aaw
metnod can cure iuo3t any case of Catarrh.
' CATARRH OF HEAD AND THROATt
TiIa ! th. nn.. H&vn1nr fa,Y nf rTstMLi-H
and results from neg'ected colds.
"is tho breath foul"
"Is ihe voice husky"
"Vo you spit up shins7"
"Do you aehe all over?"
"Is the nose stopped up?"
"Do you snore at nigatF
"Does your nos disea.irge?"
"Does tho Bote We?d easily?
"h there tk'kliiig ia threat?"
"Do crusts form in the nose?"
"Is the nose sore and tender"
"Do you sneeze a great deal?"
"Is this worse toward mgst?"
"Does the nose itch a.d borar"
"Is thero pain In front of head?"
"Is there pain acres the eyes?"
"Is were pain In back of head?"
"Is your sense of smell leaving?"
"Do you hawk to clear the throat?"
"Is there a dropping in the thronl?"
"Ia the threat dry in the moralngl"
"Aro yeu losing your senss ot taste1"
"Do yen sleep with the mouth openf
"Does Ihe nose stop np toward nlghtr"
CATARRH OF BRONCHIAL TUBES,
When Catarrh of the head and throat is left
unche. ked it extends down the windpipe into tho
branchial tubes and in time attacks the lungs
"Do you have to sit up at night to get breath!
"Is there a burning pain in the throat?'
"Do yotl feel you are growing weaker?"
"Have you pain behind bteast bone"
"Is there tickling behind the palate?"
"Is there a ring lng in your ears
"Have you a dngust ior fatty foods?"
ulio you spit Up little cheesy lamps?"
"Is your cough short and hackingf
"Do you cough in the inorniagsr1"
"Do you cough on going to bed?"
"Do you spit Up yellow matter?"
"Do you raise frothy material?"
"Are you low spirited at times?"
"Do you eouch until you gag?"
"Have you stitches In side?"
"Ia your appetite variable?"
iDo you take cold easily?"
"Are you lrritaWe"
"Have you pain in sklef
"Do you cough at night?"
"Are you losing flehf '
TREATMENT mild and soothing. Wo pafa
Instant relief. If Dr Rlegel cannot give re .of
the first treatment he will agreo to treat yuti
free until cured without any charge. Congela
tion In Germau and LngHsh free ThosO
especially invited who have been treated by
others without receiving beneat Fir it treat
Office, Fourteenth Street N.W,
Net open Sundays.
Washington, D. C.
IL C. BtJRCH, Maaagaa,
THE OXFORD. 14th st and N T. ave.
American plan, 32.50 perday and upward,
European plan. SI per day and upwards anl3-lra
T T Pennsylvania avenne and 14th at nw
O. G. bTAPLES, PROPRIETOR. aalUa
PROPOSAL FOR CONSTRUCTING SCHOOL
house Office of the Commissioners, Wash
ington, D C, September 25, 13S4 Sealed pro
posals will be received at this office until 2 p. m.
on CTOBKK3, 1S94, for constructing a two-story,
eight-room eehoolhonse on lots 9 and 10. square
104S, K street, betweeh Thirteenth and four
teenth strtota southeast Blank forms of pro
posals and specifications together with al neces
sary Information can be obtained upon applica
tion therefor at the oSlce of the inspector of
bnlldines of the District of Columbia, and on.y
bide upon these forms will be considered. The
right is reserved to reject any and all bids.
JOHN W ROSS. GEOKuE TRCESDELL, CHAS.
F POWELL, Commissioners. &e25-et-exS
For Ladies and Mens:
Wo know wheraof we speak whea
we say we hare the largest line of
Umbrellas and Canes la Washington
Prices "talk for themselves.
SILK UMBRELLAS SmaUroBars
plain and mounted natural wood
handles. Si 50. 8A50. $1, 35. and $8.
The 33.30 grade has S ribs Instead of
7, as usually sold.
GLORIA UMBRELLAS, $1. $150,
and St 50 The SL50 and $2.30 styles
are mll rollers.
tANES from 50c. to 813L We have
a Handsome Cane a:$I that's a great
JAMES Y. DAVIS' SONS,
HATTERS AND FURRIERS,
1201 PENNA. AVE. N. W.
STATION; C0RXEB OF SIXTH A2JD
In Effect June 24, 1894.
10:!0 A. M. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED-Pm!-man
Sleeping, Dining. Smoking, and Observa
tion Cars liarriahnrg to Chicago, Cincinnati,
Indianapolis, Cleveland, and Toledo. Bullet
Parlor Car to Harrisburg
10:83 A. M FA-T LINE PuUman Buffet Parlor
Car to Harrisburg. Parlor and Dining Cars,
Harrisburg to Pittsburg.
3:13 P. M. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EX
PRESS Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Har
risburg, Sleeping and Dining Cars ,Harris
bt rg to St Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville, and
"d0 P. M. WESTERN EXPRESS Pullman
Sleeping Cars to Chicago, and Harrisburg
to Cleveland. Dining Car to Chicago.
7:10 P. M. SOUTHWESTERN EXPRESS
Pullman Sleeping and Dining Cars to St
Louis, and Sleeping Car Harrisburg to Cln-
10.40 P. M. PACIFIC EXPRESS. PuUman
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
730 a. m. for Kane, Canaadaigua, Rochester,
and Niagara Falls daily, except Sunday
10:30 a. m. for Elmira and Reaova daily, except
Sunday. For W illiamsport daily. 3.15 p. m.
7:10 p m. for W illiamsport Bochedter, Buila.o,
and Niagara FaUs dally, except Saturday,
with Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester.
10:40 P. M. for Erie, Canandaigna, Rochester, and
Buffalo daily, andiagora Fait dady, except
Saturday, with Sleeping Car Washington to
Elmira, and Saturdays only Washington to
For Philadelphia, Now YorJc, nnd tho East
4.00 P. M. "CONGRESSIONAL LIMITED"
All Parlor Cars,, with Dining Car from Balti
more, for New York daily, f er Philadelphia
weekdays. 7:20, 7:53 (Dining Car), 9.00, 9.W
(Dining Car), and 11:00 a. m., 12:15, 3.15. 4J0,
KkCO, and 11 :35 p. m. On Sunday, 7.20. 7.55
(Dining Car). 9.00, 11.-00 a. m., 12:15. 3J5,4rJ0.
10.00, and 11.85 p. m. i or Philadelphia only.
Fast Express 7:50 a. m. wsei days. Express,
2.-01 and 5.40 p. m. dally
For Boston, without change, 7:50 a. m. week
days, and 3:15 p. m. daily
For Atlantic City, 9 (Saturdays on'.y), 9:40,118,
m., 12.15 p. m. weekdays. .. .
For Baltimore 6:25, 7.20, 7.50. 7:55, 9.00, 9:40, 10-30,
11:00, and 11:50 a. m., 12:15. 8:01, 8:15, 4:00 (lim
ited), 4J20, 4:8d, 5:40, 6:14, 7:10, 10:00, 10:40. 11.15,
and 11:35 p. m. On Sunday. 7:20, 7:55, 9-00, 9:05,
10:80,11:00 a. m., 12:15. 1:15. 2:01, 3:15, 4:00 (lim
ited), 4:20, 5:40, 8:14, 7:10, 10:00, 10:40, and 11:33
p. m. .
For Pope's Creek Line, 7:20 a. m. and 4:88 p. m.
daily, except Sunday
For Annapolis, 7.2U, 9.00, and 11:50 a m., and
450 p. m. daily, except Sunday. Sundays. 9:00
a. m., and 4:20 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line Express for Richmond,
Jacksonville and Tampa. 4:30 a. m., 3:30 p m
dally. Richmond and Atlanta, 8:30 p. m. daily.
Richmond only, 10.37 a. m. week days.
Accommodation for Quantlco, 7:45 a. m. dally,
and 4:25 p. m. weekdays.
For Alexandria. 4i50, 6:35, 7:43, 8:40. 9:45, 10-J7,
11 JO a. m., 12:50, 1:40, 320,4:23. 5X), 37, 6:15,
8.-0-,', 103, and 11:39 p. m. On Sunday at 40,
7:45, 9:43 a. m., 2.43, 6 J3, 8:02, and 10:05 p m.
Leave Alexandria for W ashington 6.05, 6:43, 7K0,
8.-00, 9:10, 10:1 1 lOSa. m 1.-00. 2:15, 3.00. 3 23,
5:00, 5.30. C:13, 7 00. 70, 9:15. 10:32. aad 11.-03
m. On Sunday at 0:43. 9-JO, 1023 a. m , 205,
50, 7:00, 7j20, 9:15, and 10.32 p. m.
TIckot onlces northeast corner of Thirteenth.
street and Pennsylvania avenue, and at the sta
tion. Sixth and B streets, where orders can be
left for tho checking of baggage to destination
from hotels and residences. J. E. WOOD,
General Passengtr AgemJL
a IL rREYOST, General Manager.