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THE WASErtfGTOIN- TIMES. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1894.
H ?3,50 Sale.
For a few days $3.5 O will pur
chase a pair of either of the fol
lowing priced shoes, viz:
Men's S6.00 French Patent Calf
Men's SQ.OO Cordovan Congress
Men's S5.00 Calf Shoes, several
Men's S5.00 Sample Shoes,
Ladles' S5.00 Button and Lace
These goods are all hand-sewed
and the finest qualities.
THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE,
GEO. T. RICH, 919 F. St
Nothing will PLEASE YOUR WIFE
more as a Holiday Present than a
The finest In the land.
Speoial Holiday Reduction at
Anerbacl's Domestic Rooms,
7th and H Sts.
s ton for
When you are offered it for less
Th in that prico be wary Dirt and
stones would make buat, and they
eictit "like forty " "We guarantee
iirstf'bo clean mad we puaranteie
f i!e flit A jiuatml trill bnuc it.
ARTHUR B. SMITH,
-TH AND I STS. N E.
S E. )
ST N.E. )- 'Phone 107
X. f. 1
MASS AVE. and F ST
UTH AND K STS,
O-yj -0-3 s3K3 2-0 -9
HANF. JEWELEK, 1107 P.
than It has ever been in its history. It
no longer pays to buy Plated Ware, as
we omu sell you Sqlid Silver Ware almost
me cheap, and it will last foreTer. Here
are two samples:
Solid Silver Tea Spoons, choice of 12
Only $3 Half Dozen.
SH4 Silver "After Dinner" Coffee
Spoass, usually sold at SIS,
Only $S Per Dozen.
Speoial "Opening-" Prices'
50c Sterling Hat Markers 40c
1S6 Sterling Button Hooks. 81
SI Sterling Side (ombt, 65c
$1.90 Sterling Po Set Knives. .....si
$1.80 Children's Gold Kings $1
SS50 Merlins Silver Sciseors. S2
SSGObterling Match Boxes $2
$10 Sterling SUver Hair Brushes. 57
3 SterliufT Hl er Combs J2.50
J7.50 Sterling Military Brashes $6
$7 Marquise Rinfib, 30 emrls, different
colored centers. JS
Other items equally low, as we wieh to
quickly and effectively introduce our
new and handsome Jewelry palace.
JL JLuiJ? JL HT e
1107 F St.
Next to Hertz's Drug Store.
,3 uui. u in aim r 015. ntii
These popular Confections are prepared In
three grade6 at 26c, 40c, and 60c. per pound.
Attractive jacking and prompt delivery to all
parts of the city.
"So connection with any other Wash
ts- TELEPHONE 1104-.
Sure thai: You're
We want to pet the ear of somebody who
needs furniture somebody who will ap
i reflate easy payment. Christmas is
most here and there are af whole lot of
T i ewnts to be bought theee IhiiiKs call for
I ihH v e want to send the furniture and
trpfts out to your bouse and. let you pay
X r them a little at a time weekly or
v ith us te Just a little way ive have of being
sociable. We will duplicate the lowest
tasi priee6 you can find anywhere in
Vadbtegtou a notes no interest.
We make and lay all carpet free
of cost. No charge for waste
in matching figures.
1 lush or Hatrdotk Parlor Suite
Suite Oak Bed Boom Suite, $13.
SplendM Brussels Carpet, DOa pe
Hett&Mo Ingrain Carpet, tic pot
Sottfi Oat Extension Table, JJ.50.
G-peotril Hair Mattress. ST.
oen Wire Springs, S1.75.
lieedeg and Cooking Stoves all
eizes reliable makes.
.. . h htreot VorUtireBt,
I t'i i and I Streets.
THE HARDEST THE B2SX.
,L. UADE OF PUKE SPUING WATEB.J
(KjJ RV "ft-
THE SUOPPERS GUIDE.
Consult to-day's Times for full details.
0. Auerbach The finest sowing machine
made for 619.50.
It. Harris & Co. Genuine opal ring, sur
rounded by twelve diamonds, 815.
EisemanUros. Useful Christmas presents
in the way of clothing.
F. Crocker, treasurer The best patent
leather shoes for men, 54.50.
Julius Lausburgh Beautiful dressing
tables from $12.50 up.
M. Kaufman Well-flttlne suits for men S10.
Loeb & Hirsh The new shape in Neck
ties, only 75 cents.
George Spransy Black cheviot suits, only
John F. Ellis & Co. Second-hand Organs
and Melodeond, $10 to &, payable $2 per
Warren Shoe House Ladles' Button and
Lace Shoes, 53.50.
Wilklns fc Co. Lowest prices for the best
grades of Butterino.
House & Herrmann Furniture, Carpets,
Stoves, etc, Bold for cash or credit at low
Arthur B. Smith Best Pea Coal promptly
delivered for Si. 50 a ton.
Grogan Elegant Brussels Carper, 50c. per
Charles Schneider liest Bread baked, only
Lansburgn & Bro. Ladles' Handsome
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs for 25c.
Lew Calllsher Solid Gold Watches for $18.
The Famous Fancy Worsted Suits, $S.00.
Robinson. Chery & Co. Smoking Jackets,
Gloves, Neckwear, Canes, Umbrellas, etc., at
reasonable prices. .
Parker, Bridget and Co. Mackintoshes
from $5 up.
Emrleh Beef Co. Fresh Eggs, only 20c
New York Clothing House Children's
Reefer, $2.50 to $4.
Baum's Long cloaks for Children at 20 per
Craig & Harding Ladies' writing desks
from $8 up.
Geromo Desio Solid silver teaspoons, only
$8 half dozen.
Wash. B. Williams Heavy Ingrain carpets,
Saks fc Co. All wool black chevoit suits,
both single and double breasted, $7.50.
Louvre Glove Co. English walking gloves,
The Johnston Co. Electric light flower, $3
Family Shoe Store University russet shoes
for men, $3.50.
W. B. Moses & Sons Handsome oak-finished
bedroom suite, $12.75.
Whole wheat. -Cream.
Boiled salt tnnckercl.
Pop overs. fcauted potatoes.
Oysters on the half shelL
Chicken gumbo soup.
Roast duck. Currant Jelly.
Mashed potatoes. Creamed cauliflower.
Canned peas. i Chicken ealnd.
Apple Snow. Cheese. Fruit.
Thin slices of bread.
Cream cheese. Citron cake.
Peel and grato one large, sour apple,
sprinkle over it a small cupful of powdered
sugar as jou grate it. to keop it from turning
dark; break into this the whites of two eggs,
and boat it all constantly for half an hour.
Take care to lmeitma largo bowl, as it
beats up very stiff and light, neup this in a
glass dish, and pour a fine, smxjoth custard
around it and serve. A very delicate des-
Something New, Neat, Handsome, and Safe
The woman bicyclist is now so ubiquitous
and so respectfully recognized by the public
that the subject of her attlro holds quite as
important-! place in fashion periodicals as
does that of other varieties of costume.
Bloomers and divided skirts are rapidly gain
ing in favor in America, although they are
not accepted with the wholesale enthusiasm
that Pans accorded them, nor are they made
so fancifully, nor of colors so conspicuqus as
French taste demands. A late model, not yet
copied in the United States, is of light gray
cloth. The trousers, which end just below
the kuoe. are accordion plUtod, the lower
edgo'being gathered in a close band. Black
silk stockings and gray shoes, with buckles,
complete the lower part of this startling
toilet, while a gray flgar.0. a pink shirt, and a
Tilack tie clothe the upper woman. It is a
question, however, if bright color and bizarre
Btyle are any more appropriate in the cos
tume of the bicyclist than in that of the horse
A well-known physician of Brooklyn, a
woman highly esteemed both professionally
and personally, has a word to say on the sub
ject of bicycling for women. She considers
the exercise boneflcial, when taken in mode
ration, and frequently recommends it to her
patients, but finds that many women object
C.a -' CJ Q
to riding, not on moral grounds nor because
of its growing association with trousers as an
article of feminine apparel, but because they
consider the back view of a lndy perched on
a wheel awkward and undignified. The nar
row saddlo causes the fold of the rider's lower
garmout, whether it bo skirt or trousers, to
fall ungracefully, and this i" hold by a certain
proportion of women as suffloiont reasons Tor
refusing to ride. Tho doctor suggests that
this objection may bo done awav with by tho
adoption of a cutaway coat as part of tho
rider's costume, tho back of tho coat boing
mado long enough to fall over and conceal
tho saddlo, but to just clear tho rear wheel.
If a coat is found to bo warm or otherwise un
desirable, a poplum may bo worn instead,
short in front, where it fastens, and gradually
increasing to tho required length nt tho back.
Successful Cake Making Is a Question of
A woman who invariably succeeds with
her cakes is generally looked upon by less
favored individuals as the possessor of a
'luck," somewhat akin to witchcraft, which
precludes tho possibility of its owner ever
having heavy, burnt, soggy stuff. While
some peoplo may bo lucky, yet tho greater
number who fail do so from ignorance of
Going '"by guess," is a very common prac
tice, but far from commendable. Every
household Ftiould havo its scales, mea-juros,
nnd thormometcr. and theso should bo in
daily use. Tho pans should bo ot tho best,
MATRONS' DINNER AND RECEPTION GOWNS.
The gown on tho right is of heavy repped velutina of a golden brown, self
trimmed around the train and with cardinal faille bows and deep rever collar. Tho
corsage is filled in with chiffon. The figura at the left showi a gown of ashes of
roses grosgrain, with studded ribbon garniture on the waist. Two ruches and tulle
nish the neck. The central figure is of striped grosgrain, black and dark gray.
The front is of shirred silk muslin. The whole is trimmed with a round jet cord.
and kept scrupulously clean. The flour
should be good, butler sweet, and e g
strictly fresh, and the ingredients nlwiv
mixed in the same order. A big bowl is in
dispensable, and the tamo cup should tie
used for eerything. Beforo starting, havo
all thintrs ready. Say the cako to bo baked
is a currant cake, for which tho receipt is as
Two cups sugar; one-half cup butter, three
cups flour, two teaspoons baking powder,
three eggs, two teaspoons vanilla, two cups
Havo the currants cleaned and perfectly
dry. Sprinklo with flour, and mix with the
hand till each is powdered so that they will
mix evenly through tho dough. Any fruit or
nuts not floured will sink nt tho bottom.
Measure tho flour and add to it the baking
powder, sifting two or three times. Bent tho
eggs separately, very light, measuro tho
sugar and butter into tho mixing bowl; have
tho required amount of milk and the vanilla
ready, and lastly grease the pan well with
butter, and either flour thoroghly bottom and
sides or else put a greased paper in the bot
tom. First cream the butter and sugar thorougly,
then add the yolks of eggs, then the milk,
then the flour, a handful at a timo, then the
flavoring, afterward tho currants, and last
the whites of eggs. The mixture must bo
stirred briskly nnd constantly in tho same
direction alwajs. A wooden spoon is about
the best, as the handle will not bend like a
metal one. It takes a greit deal of strength
for the ilnal boating, but unless it is given tho
texture of the cake will bo coarse. All loaf
cakes should be baked in square tins rather
than round, and the mixture should not
reach the top by about three-fourths ,of an
inch, to allow for raising, else it will run over
tho sides and spoil its appearance.
The temperature of tho oven is a very im
portant factor. It should not bo too hot at
first, or tho outside will bako so much sooner
than tho inside as to spoil tho cako. Neither
should it be too cold, or tho cako will fall at
onco. If wator dropped on tho bottom hisses
it is hot enough for baking. If tho cake
shows a tendency to brown too quickly on
tho top. cover with a sheet of brown paper, if
on tho contrary, tho bottom cooks too rapidly
set tho oen grate beneath it. Havo the flio
Steady, and do not shake the btove or open
the oven any oftener than is necessary. Test
with a broom splint; if nothing adheres to it
it 13 done through. Do not cut till cold, let
it cool gradually. Then removo from the
pan. If desired to ice, it is hotter to leave till
the next day and then apply to tho bottom in
stead of top, as this gives a smooth surface.
This is true of all cakes.
Layer caues tako twenty minutes each to
bake. Loaf cakes, from an hour and a quar
ter to three hours, according to size and kind.
A cup should be about half a pint in liquid,
or half a pound in dry measuro. Two cup3
represent a pound of sugar or flour, exempli
fying the old adage "A pint's a pound, tho
world round." A half cup, representing a
gill or fourth of a pint, is taken as four
ounces. Four teaspoonfuls nre equal to ono
tablespoonful, and two tablopoonsfuls equal
to one ounce. These measures are accepted
by all bakers.
The yolks of eggs are well beaten when a
spoonful can be taken up. The whites, when
they are stiff and can be cut with a knife. It
is claimed by some to bo an advantago to dry
the sugar and flour thoroughly; if this is done,
caromust bo taken not to scorch them, noradd
them to the cake while warm.
Ono of tho prettiest exhibits of silverware and
lewelry in tho city ia that of J. II. Flanagan, the
Jeweler, at 531 Seventh street. It's well worth a
visit and your presence in the storo will not be
considered indicative of a desire to purchase.
TIPS FROM THE EARS.
A Young I-ady of Observation Snys Thcro
Is Much Character in Them.
"I don't know whether there Is any such
scienco as aurology," said a young lady of
observation, "but I find it a very snfe and
useful thing to tako noto of my friends' ears.
I haven't yet got so far in my studies as to
formulate a fixed set of rules for tho reading
of chnracter by tho size, shnpe, and convolu
tions ot theso funny Httlo head handles or
ours; in fuct my studies havo been directed
to one point the top or apox of tho oar.
Thoro'b a whole world of toll-talo Indications
there, and it would bo a good thing if young
girls wore to form tho habit of casting a
glance at that part of tho auntomy of their
callers and admirers nnd inako a mental note
for their own guidanco by what they see
"If tho top of tho ear lies closo to the head
and tho rldgo is straight or only gently
rounded tho younn man that owns that kind
of ear may bo counted on as boing ominently
proper and as harmless as a lamb. But if the
top starts away from tho head at a wel 1
defined nuglo and runs up to a point bofor
turning down to become tho back ridco of
tho oar well, that youug man had bettor bo
kept at a good 6afo distance. That's tho
faun ear, the satyr ear, and when those wise
old Greeks nnd Romans gave to tho capering
companions of the nymphs of tho woods goat
legs and goat ears they know what they wero
about. Men haven't changed one whit either,
and that point to tho ear is just as full of
character and warning to-day as it was when
Bacchus was doing busiuoss at the old sign
of 'The Rollicking Rums.' "
Interesting to Women.
A curious French timopieco is in tho form
of a sunflower of silver, which protrudes
from a white crystal vase, graceful in shape
and soberly decorated. Tho stalk is of brown
gilt, the leaves green, tho petals yollow, and
tho heart of tho flower deeply oxidized.
Hour and minute marks are engraved around
tho heart of this llowor, which faces tho
looker-on. A Indybird of spotted red enam
eled gold apparently rests on tho flower on
the Hue divining the heart from tho petals.
This pretty insect, which moves impercepti
bly by means of a mechanism hidden within
tho flower, shows the time. By only a close
V v gBW.i-
inspection can one dftect tho time divisions
on this original d.al, which is granulated all
over and is bluish black. As to the hollow
circular Un on which tho ladybird travels, it
is completely invisible.
Two styles of Men's $3 "Wear Wells," $i45.
Edmonston's, 1831 F street.
VAL BLATZ BEER.
a King Cash
a fs Dead.
X The time when 3'ou've I
I got to" have the ready 1
1 money or go without
I what you want is past. I
ft Our I
Gives the poor man a $
chance gives him a f
lift that permits him to v
enjoy life without ask- ?
ing him to empty his v
pockets. If yon want V
FURNITURE CAR- J
PETS DRAPERIES J
STOVES or any- J
thing for the house J
come right along and I
get it. All the money
you'll need is a trifling
amount enough to
make a small deposit.
The balance you can
make np in weekly or
No notes to worry
over. No interest to ac
cumulate. It's all plain
917, 919, 921 and
923 7th St.
636 Mass. Ave.
VAL, BI,ATZ BEER.
HOUSE & HERRMANN, 1
I Big Business,
So you can see It's purely a
Y matter of business that our
a prices are so low. Wo make
every effort to undorsoll evory-
V body and buying In such big
Q quantities buying well and buy
X lng carefully as wo do, enable us
Y to aocompli&i that object.
0 Wo want your trade, and if
LOWEST prices-BEST of goods,
y and fair treatment will gain it
Q wo'll have it.
1 Thesopricos '11 start this week:
T Fresh Pork, pound 9CTa
Q Western I'ork, pound 8CTS.
Q Porkod Ham, pound 11 CTS.
V forked Shouldors, pound...S CTa
Y Sugar-cured Ham, pound.,12 CTS.
Q Sugar -cured Shoulder,
V pound SCT&
y1 3 lbs. Sausages, all kinds. .25 CTS.
9 2 Iba Country Sausago 25 CTS.
y pound. MtolGCTS.
Q 3 lbs. Round Steak 25 CTa
J 2 lba Sirloin Stoak 25 CTS.
f Prlmo 1Mb Koast,
A pound 10andl2CTS.
A Good Iloast, pound.. 7 and 8 CTS.
y Stowing and Corn
ft Beef 4and5CTa
? Finest Dry-picked Turkeys
andChlckons, pound. ...12 CTa
A Standard Oysters, gallon..90 CTS.
Eggs, 20c Doz
X Cream Leaf Lard, pound.,10 CTa
V Good Lard, pound. 8 CTa
9 1-lb. can Cottolene 10 CTa
y 3 cans Assorted Vcgeta-
ft bles 25CTS
1 2 cans California Apricots,
y this season's crop 25 CTa
? 2 cans Bartlett Poars.....25 CTS.
, 3 Eottles iielnz's Catsup .25 CTa
Y 3 lbs. Homo-made Mince
Q Meat 25 CTa
i Burbank Potatoes, busheL75 CTS.
V Best Sauerkraut, qunrt SCTS
ft Largo Pickles, dozen 8 CTa
A G New, Fat Mackerel 25 CTS.
Y 2cans French Pcn3 25 CTS.
A 3 cans Fin's Frouch Poas..50 CTS.
V 3-lb. pockets Fine Table
V Salt 5 CTa
6 Vegetables and Fruits received
I fresh daily.
"WHITE WONDER" FLOUR.
fi Eighth Larrel 50 CTa
X Sixteenth barrel 23 CTa
7 "EMRICH'S LEADER FLOUR."
Q Eighth barrel bOCTa
! Sixteenth barreL 30 CTS.
Y A can of IMPERIAL BA KING POW
Q DER FREE with every sack of
either WHITE WONDER or
Y EMKICH'S LEADER.
rf All orders delivered promptly.
1306-1312 32d St.,
9 Main Market and Grocery.
9 BRANCH MARKETS:
171S Uth fct N. W. 21st nnd K Sts. N. W.
9026 14th St. N. W. 2d & Ind. ave. N. W.
4th and I Sts. N. W 5th nnd I Sts. N. W.
A fcth nnd M Sts. N. W 057 M St. N. W.
Y 2Utn St. & Pa ave N. W.
13th St. & N.Y. ave. N.W.
VAL BLATZ BEER.
WILLIAM MUIKIIEAD, 1556
Fourteenth etreot northwest.
Branch ofilce and yard, 2100 D
street northwest 'Phone 1109.
BROWNE On Friday, December 7. 1E94, John
Mills Browne, medical director, V. S. N.
Funeral services will bo held at St. John's
Church on Tuesday, Decomber 11, at 2 o'clock
p in. Interment at Arlington. Kindly omit
CURRHEY On December 8, 1S94, at 4 a. m.,
John . Ccrkhev-, beloved son of James B. and
Mnttio R. Currhey, nged ono year and eleven
v '" '-rents' residence, 1057 Potomac
Etreet, to-morrow (Monday), 3 p.m.
HOLDING On December G, ISM, William
1'ieldi.sg, aged ihirty-three years.
Funeral to-day (Sunday), 2 p. m., at 634
Sovcnth streot northeast.
IANAHAN On Thursday evening, Decembor
6, lbiM, EvtLINE, the wife of the lato John Lana
hau, and daughter of tho Into David Jones, and
mother of Rachel Brown and Charlotte Lanahan,
aged flfty-six years.
Funeral from her daughter's residenco, 2114
Thirteenth streot nortuwes:xnt2 o'clock to-day
(Sunday). Friends and relatives aro invited to
LEHMANN On Decomber 7, ISM, in tho
eighty-third year of his nga, Theodore T. Leh
JLO.N, colonel of One Hundred and Third Kegi
mont, Pennsylvania volunteors, and member ot
Grand Army of Republic and Union Veteran
Funeral (to-day) Sunday, 3 o'clock, from
residenco of his daughter, Mrs. John R. Zimmer
man, 201 C streot southeast.
MERRILL On Decembers. 1S91,Mary A- Mer
rill, widow of Andrew Merrill, aged eighty-three
years, two months.
Funeral will take place from her son-in-law's
residence, Charles Lockhead, 3025 it street
northwest, Monday at 2 p. m.
NALLEY On Decembor 5, 1S94. Chusles H.,
beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Nalley and
husband of Mrs. J. Gay Nalloy, aged thlrty-thre
Funeral from his parents' residence, 709 H
street northeast, to-day (Sunday), nt 2 o'clock p
ni., under care of Union Lodge, No. 22, K. of P.,
of which ho was a member.
OWEN On Friday evening,Decembor7,lSDl, nt
Locust Hill, Montgomery county.Md, Airs. Mary
Owen, widow of Washington Winder Owen.
Funeral will take place from hor late home (to
day) Sunday, at 3 o'clock p. m.
PILE In Washington. D. C, at his sister's res
idence, 3015 Q street northwest, on December 6,
lbO-1, William H. Pile, of Philadelphia.
Funeral at "fat. Jamos tho Less," Philadelphia,
Monday, December 10, at 3 o'clock p. m.
SUPPES On Decomber 7, 1894, at 7:45 p.m.,
Kate Suites, beloved vtifo of George Suppes,
aged fifty-five years.
Funoral from her late residenco, 411 Harrison
streot, Anacostia, D. C, to-day (Sunday), Decom
ber 9, nt 2 o'clock p. m. Friends and relatives
invited to attend.
THOMAS Asleep in Jesus. Departed this life
Docomber4, 1S91, after a short and painful ill
ness, Sarah Jane Thomas, in tho sixty-first year
of hor age.
Funoral sorvlces at her late residence, 1311 L
street southeast; thenco to tho Independent
Methodist Church, Eleventh street, between G
and Hstroets, Pastor J. D. Wilson, to-day (Sun
day), December 9, at 2 o'clock.
WATKINS-On December 6, 1894, at 7:30 a. m.
of consumption, Mary E., daughter of Nicholas
and the late Marlon J. Watklns, of Washington
city, departed this lifo in the twenty-third year
of her ago.
Funeral private. Interment at Rock Creek
NICHOLS & CO.,
Unkertakers and Embalmors,
Penn. avo. and 2d st se.; 'Phone 781-3, Capitol
HilL Prompt attention; roasonablo terms.
I BEEF CO-
A W! TAT l" '
POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE,
416 Seventh Street.
4 TO 14 YEAR SIZES
POPULAR SHOPPING PLACE,
416 Seventh Street.
Hints as to Handsome
Whether you intend to spend little or
m uch you can spend it here to advantage.
There are little gifts and big gifts here
for little money and big money the
most pleasing presents you can give , be
cause they're things useful as well as
We might talk prices, but prices are
not considered in presents. Sufficient
to say that whatever we give you will be
reliable and its price Cannot be low
ered by any one in or out of town. We'll
reserve any article on a small deposit.
ROCKFRS Might be suggested. There are
iuv.nL,rvo fancy Rockers and plain Rockers
of ever description here. Rockers in Reed and
Ratta- cobbler seat Rockers, polished oak Rock
ers, upholstered Rockers in oak, curly birch and
mahogany finish. You can pay as little as $1.75
for a good Rocker, or enough to buy the hand
somest Rocker made.
ODD CHAIRS There are about 50 odd
JUU itHIi.I. Comer Chairs weve just re
ceived that particularly claim attention. Up
holstered in Silk Brocatelle. Prices from $6.50
to $12. Then others fancy Chairs, easy Chairs
upholstered in leather all appropriate presents.
n I VANS And Couches come next. Divans in
all shapes and styles leather cov
ered Couches, plain Couches, and box Couches.
TABLES In onvx and brass, onyx and silver,
" mahogany and birch and quartered
oak Tea Tables in mahosrany and oak every
imaginable shape. Tables from 75 cents to $ 1 5.
DRESSING TABLES rSt3pe ns to
Tables from $12.50 up. Irt enamel, bird'seye
maple, mahogany, oak, and birch with square,
oval, and round mirrors pretty designs all
CHIFFONIERS A big range for a choice
vnirruiNicno, here Made -n aU thQ
woods with mirrors and without handsome
ones and plain ones. Prices from $6.85 up. Lots
of big values among them.
LADIES' DESKS In oak-plain and inlaid
wi-wivw mahogany, curly birch,
and white enamel. Prices from $6.90 up. One of
the most attractive and varied stocks of Writing
Desks ever shown.
The COMBINATION Desks and Book
Cases suggest themselves under this
head. 25 different styles here from $15
up. All woods All designsAll kinds.
We might keep on mentioning
pretty LAMPS of all kinds from $2.75
TABLE COVERS, SIDEBOARDS, HAT
RACKS, and the like but we think
we've said enough to show you that a
more tasty, more acceptable Christmas
present cannot be given than one we
iii Kb W Sa
SWEET. PURE. CLEAN.
Square Marble and Glass Stands, Center Market.
Doesn't rnrnish Bricks for Nothing The
Ivy City Brick Company yesterday sued
Charles T. Hanback and others to recover
8974 for bricks furnished in May, 1893, for
the erection of buildings on lots 49. SO and
51, In square 625. It is asked that the prop
erty bo sold and the lien paid.
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