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FOUR CHRISTMAS SERVICES. CHURCHES THAT WILL OB SERVE TO-MORROW. Grand Musical Features at the Services in St, Paul's and the Cathedral. Most of the churches of the city will hold their Christmas services on Sun day, but St. Paul's (Episcopal), the Catholic churches and the German Lutheran will have special services to morrow—on Christmas Day. As usual the special features will consist chiefly cf increased choirs and more elaborate music. Following are the programmes of the churches in which services will be held to-morrow: The Cathedral. The Christmas services at the Cathe dral will be on an elaborate scale. The first mass will be celebrated at G a. m., after which masses will be cele brated at short intervals till the S o'clock mass. The Brothers' College band will discourse appropriate music during the-S o'clock mass. The solemn pontifical high mass will begin at 10:30 a. m. Right Rev. Thomas Grace will be the celebrant, Rev. Father Walsh deacon. Rev. Father Brady sub-deacon and Rev. J. J. Hynes of Woodland master of ceremonies. The sermon will be preached by Rev. Father Walsh, The music accompanying divine ser \;oe on the feast of the nativity of our Lord will be of the usual high order. Just preceding and during the en trance of the officiating clergy the or ganist, Miss Lizzie M. Griffin, assisted by an orchestra of ten pieces, will ren der Meyerbeer's celebrated Coronation march, after which the mass will be fittingly commenced by the choir unit ing in the solemn "Kyrie" from the grand Italian mass. This mass is con sidered as the "creme de creme" of the sacred works (masses) by the three foremost modern composers of Italy— Rossini, Bellini and Donizetti. The "Gloria," from the military mass . of Cimarosa, opens with a great burst of rich harmony, which is immediately followed by the choir giving out in one mighty and gladsome strain the angel chorus, announcing the glad tidings, "Gloria in Excelsis Deo." The "Credo," also Cimarosa's, besides a number of fine choruses, includes as special fea tures "Patrem Omnipotentem," "Et Unam Sanetam." "Genitum," "Et in Unum," "Et Iterum" and the ever im pressive "Et Inearnatus Est" for bass solo, soprano and tenor duet, contralto, tenor and soprano solos, respectively. The remaining numbers of the mass —"Sanctus" and "Pleni Sant." "Bene dictus," "Agnus Dei" and "Dona Nobis" IT IS TOUR SYSTEM THAT IS ALL WRONG. HUDYAX will make it a!l right again. You have dreams. HUDYAX gives you sweet and peaceful sleep. You know that there are other men on earth who are more rn;:nly than you. HI'DYAN remedio-treat ment for a week will alter this. You ought to be as stronsr as your next-door neigh bor. HUDYAN will glee you the vitality U at it needs to make a whole man. But remember that it is only HUDYAN Yes, HUDYAN that will do tnts. You wan' to get rid of those shaking hands. Ask about the great rentedio-treatment. 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I V/U H ILL READ THIS COUPON. \ 4* 4 % - ■ ■-- ■-1 < V-» ■ l-stb 1 < «» I paymaai or any article porchaosd <>r I 4 :-:r..L OFF ; . .-'h I IF YOU BUY 1 YOUR * ! FURNITURE ! HERE I NOW. I INGRAM I BIRD, 617 X St. | % STORE OPEN EVENINGS. 1 ♦♦»♦»♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦»♦»»♦♦♦♦♦ —are in themselves specially beautiful and in keeping with the preceding num bers. The orchestration for the above is the work of C. A. Neale. All incidental soios will be sung by Mrs. J. H. Cop persmith (soprano). Mrs. Edgar M. Sheehan (contralto). W. Longbottom (tenor) and Messrs. J. H. Genshl- a and W. Beardslee (bassos). Besides the regular music of the mass Battsman's "Venl Creator," duet for soprano and contralto, will be rendered by Mrs. Coppersmith and Mrs. Sheehan. For Offertory, "Christmas Hymn," from the oratorio of the "Redemption," by Gou- nod, double quartet for male voices, will be given by Messrs. W. Longbot tom, R. Cohn, F. Bellhouse, G. Cioffl, J. G. Gtnishlea, F. A. Griffin and W. Beardslee, During the elevation and at intervals Miss Griffin, organist, will be heard in solos by Schumann, Schubert and Lysberg. The services will be appropriately closed by the voices, organ and instru ments uniting in the time-honored Christmas hymn, "Adeste Fidelis." The full choir will be as follows: Mrs. J. H. Coppersmith, Miss Rosa Heisch, Mrs. Mary Ross, Miss Edna Copper smith, Mrs. F. Bellhouse, sopranos; Mrs. Edgar M. Sheehan, Mrs. Robert 11. Hawley, Mrs. W. Longbottom, Miss Rose Sheehan, Mrs. J. G. Genshlea, Mrs. B. F. Howard, altos; Messrs. W. Long bottom, G. Cioffi, R. Cohn. F. Bellhouse, tenors; Messrs. J. G. Genshlea, W. H. Beardslee and Franklin A. Griffin, bas sos. Instrumentalists —Organ, Miss Lizzie M. Griffin: flute, C. A. Neale; first vio lin, George B. Franz; second violin, C. Kiel; viola, H. Lindemeyer; 'cello, F. J. Lewis: trombone, E. A. Piatt; cor net, R. C. Hopkins; French horn, George Neale. At St. Paul's. At St. Paul's Episcopal Church there will be a low celebration at 7 o'clock a. m., and the high celebration will be held at 10:30 o'clock, so as not to in terfere, with the dinner for the city's poor, prepared by the Salvation Army, and which will be held in the basement of the church at 1:30 p. m. At the 10:30 service Gounod's "Or pheoristes" mass will be sung by the choir, composed of twenty-two male voices. The mass is said to be the finest ever written, and the choir is composed of some of the best voices in the city. The services will be conduct ed by Rev. C. L. Miel, the rector, who will preach a sermon on "God's Gifts." The music programme will be as fol low.;: Voluntary', "Chorus of Shep herds" (Lemmens), Mrs. Pinkham; processional, "Adeste Fideles"; introit, "Arise, Shine, for Thy Light Is Come" (Elvey); "Kyrie" (Gounod): "Gloria Libi" (Garrett); "Credo Libi" (Gou nod); hymn. "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing" (Fcstgesang-Mendelssohn): an them, "O, Holy Night," solo and chorus (Adam); "Sanctus" (Gcunod); "O Sa'.u lihi" (Garrett); "Credo" (Gou nod); communion music, organ, "Aye Maria" (Gounod); "Gloria in Excelsis" (Gounod); recessional, "Songs of Praise the Augc-ls Sang" (Smart); voluntary, "Festival March" (Teilman). First tenors —Owens, Coffman, Elkus and Webber; second tenors? —McGowan, Ashworth, Lester and Truby; fiirst bas sos—Lcvdal, Arnold, Schuyler and Fra zier; second bassos—Crocker, Phinney, Anderson, Miel and Van Norden. German Lutheran Church. The celebration of Christmas at the Gentian Lutheran Church. Twelfth and X streets, will not be behind that of former years. There will be special Christmas services on Saturday, com mencing at 10:30 a. m. The pastor, Rev. Charles F. OehJer, will preach an appropriate Christmas sermon on "God*a Precious Christmas Gifts." The choir w ill render some excellent selec tions of music, and the German-speak ing public are most cordially invited to attend. The choir consists of: Sopranos, Miss Lottie Schweitzer. Mise Frances Bauer, Miss Lena Zacharias; altos, Mrs. E. ftfathsoer, Mrs. Alice Avery, Mrs. H. Knabol; tenors. Frank Krebs, Philip Buchmnr,: bass. Oscar Hartig. Mrs. A. Blanohard is organist. The choir will render some choice musical selections, as follows: Chorus, "Ehre se! gott in der Hoohl": Cimarosa; chorus, "Fuerchtet Euoh Nicht," M. solo by Miss Frances Bauer; chorus. "Suigt ihm em Hosianna," Al fred Bcirly; bass solo by Oscar Hartig; duet obligato and chorus. The annual Christmas festival of the German Lutheran Sunday-school will take place at the church parlors this evening, commencing at 7:30 o'clock. An interesting and attractive pro gramme has been prepared, consisting of Christmas recitations and songs. An immense and beautiful Christmas tree has been erected, and profusely decorated. The windmill built for this occasion will serve to grind out the presents: for the children. There will b? no admission fee, and old and young St. Francis' Church. The first high mass on Christmas will be celebrated in St. Francis Church at f> o'clock a. m. A J-street car will 1 sve th<* depot at 4:45 a. m.. arriving at the church at 5 am. A street car will also leave Oak Park at 4:4." a. m., arriving at the church at ."> a. m. Low mass will be at 8 o'clock. The second high mass will bo at 10 a. m. Extra music will be rendered on the occasion. A beautiful Christmas rrib. representing the birth of Christ, ASk for F. C. Knauer's celebrated Culmhat her. the finest beer out. * SACBAMENTO DAILY BECOBD-ITNIOy. FRIDAY, 24, 1897. Only a Cold! Yes; but a cold frequently has a serious ending. Chronic cough:-, pneumonia, bronchitis and con sumption all start with a cold. Neglected colds cause more than two-thirds of all the deaths in America. There is a right way and a wrong way to cure a cold, but you can make no mistake in using Duffy's Pure Malt Whisky. It is a pure, healthful stimulant which quickens the circulation and restores healthy action to even part of the body. It is a sure cure for colds, malaria, pneumonia. It assists nature and builds up the system. Do not be induced to take any inferior whisky which your dealer may try to substitute, but be sure that you get Duffy's. Nothing else can produce the same effects. THE STORY OF A STAR. Christmas Exercises at the Sixth- Street Methodist Church. There was a large attendance last night at the Sixth-street Methodist Episcopal Church at the Christmas ex ercises by the Sunday-school. The programme consisted of the ren dition of a cantata entitled '"The Story of the Star." As the name implied, it told the story of the star of Christmas, the children representing the grand di visions of the world—Europe, Asia, Af rica, America and the Islands of the sea. The room was tastefully decorated with evergreens and holly berries, while in o>ne coiner was a screen with an il luminated star, while near it stood a Christmas tree, garnished with stream ers and ornaments, while gifts for the pupils were hung among its branches. The cantata was made up of choruses by the smaller children, and recitations and tableaux by the older ones, repre senting tho various countries in the several grand divisions, and telling of the customs observed at the Christmas time in the countries they represented. Four children represented China, Japan, India and Turkey, and also sang a song entitled, "Brothers and Sisters in Brown." Africa was represented by Laura, Bruce, in a recitation, "One Beam of the Clorious Christmas Star." A recitation about Germany opened the representation of Europe, followed by a duet by two little girls representing Norway and Sweden, a recitation about Austria, a Christmas carol about Eng land and a recitation concerning Po land. Then came the Islands of the Sea, represented by recitations and a song, "Over the Sea." The cantata conclud ed with a representation of America by six girls with red, white and blue scarfs, which were braided into one strand, accompanied by music and rec itations. Chauncey H. Dunn then made brief remarks, urging those present to lend their co-operation in building up the Sunday-school, after which the pres ents were distributed to the children from the tree. Our Delicacies. Truffled chicken pates, rabbit pates, game pates, chicken loaf, veal loaf, roast veal, pot roast sour, potato, chick en, crab and shrimp salad. Eastern boneless ham, meat pudding, roast pigs, r< turkeys, roast ducks, roast geese. The Pacific, J near Eighth. * Tons of Candy. Tons of pure, unadulterated home made candy at Barton's. Buy from the factory to insure purity. Xmas cream mixed. 25c lb. Plain mixed, 2 lbs for SlO J and 420 K. • Christmas Candy. We have a choice assortment of fancy mixed candy for the holidays, at 3 lbs for 25c; special price in lots to church and society festivals. A. C. S., Eighth and K. * Christmas Candles. Two boxes, 15e; trees at any price; candy, 5 lbs 25c; mixed nuts, 4 lbs 2."> c; turkey*, finest in the city. Feldhusen's, SOI-803-805 L street. * Christmas Plants. A grand display of Christmas plants, gold fish and globes and canary birds and cages; all appropriate presents. Navlet's, Gil J street. * <)ur Delicacy Department. Visitors from outside agree that our new delicacy department is an ad mirable feature of the market, and unsurpassed anywhere. The Pacific, J, near Eighth. * Sacramento's Gain. Xmas coming! Get pictures and frame* at H. H. Tariel's art store, 804 J. Best work, lowest prices. Large line of brand new stock. Prices re duced 10 per cent. Ready for Xmas. * Price Reduced To $6; best 4-ft. oak wood. Fair Oaks Wood Yard. 10th and Q sts. • Genuine imported culmbacher lager beer on draught for Christmas at 1020 Fourth street. Bauer & Kocnecke, for laxative bromo-quinine tablets. 12 Write for cut price list. The C. C. C. Cut-Rate Drug Store, Tenth and K. * Save money by buying your tea and corVee cf J. EIcM )rry. r*il IS. * \ Plenty \ f Of nice things left for the s f tardy purchaser. Rin~s. j C brooches, itickpiai / S chains, and lastly. J 1 watches in endless vane- f* X ty. Prices are the same J \ as all the year around. \ f Everything marlicd in S S plain figures. No devia- V f tion permitted. € ( Store open to-night til! 12 £ ( EHiL STEINMANN, > / Gold and BHversmitb 5 612 J Street, bet. anri Sc-venti. j JENTJ THE WEEKLS UNION TO VOUK friends In the East. The Barter The best ab9 ° '"VLimV" <R5 lUtel> ' *** Unde * xVldglC niably the very best, low priced oil heater sold anywhere in the world. It is healthful, economical and safe. Made of sufficient weight so as not to be easily capsized, still light enough to be carried easily from room to room. It is not a lamp, but a practical stove, there fore no chimney to break. Guar anteed to be perfectly odorless —the Hume will not. crawl up and smoke, lias removable brass oil tank, nickel plated. A most sensible gift. Ironin°" Tms i ronin S board l» j * comes nearer to per- OOarCl fection than any one We know of. Folds entirely up when not in use and can be stuffed away in any odd corner. Top raises to permit of proper ad justment of garment to be ironed. Price, $1.25. Glass Vase Imitation cut glass vases. Can hardly be KtVVVWwC told from genuine cut glass by any but an expert. Prices: Six inches high, 5 cents; vt<*>jrV S inches high, 10 cents; 10 inches high, j ' 15 cents. Vj7 Not exactly like }i picture, but very aim- ilar. China c ;; r ' sbad china butterdish in as- DUttCr sorted decorations, $1. ] Open To-night ° Pen T *** CORNER SIXTH AND X STREETS. NEW TO-DAY. ELKS, ATTENTION! Grand Exalted Ruler Meade D. Detweiler will visit Sacramento Lodge, No. 328, officially THIS (Friday) EVENING. Work in the Initiatory Degree. A large atten dance is desired. G. B. N. CLOW, E. R. C. H. Holmes, Secretary. FOOTBALL] Snowflake Park, Christmmas. Berkeley Hiff-t School of Berkeley, Sacramento High School. Admission, jgg. Game called at 3 p. m. d24-2t REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE NA tional Bank of D. O. Mills & Co., at Sacra mento in the State of California, at the close of business December 15, 1897: RESOURCES I oans and discounts $1,405,069 Uo Overdrafts secured and unse- • cured 112.316 81 U S Bonds' to secure circulation 50,000 00 U*. S. Bonds on hand 26.4.-.U 00 l remiuma on U. S. bonds 10,823 76 Stocks, securities, etc 110,888 00 Banking house, furniture and fixutrea 35,0j0 00 Other real estate and mort gages owned 2.500 00 Dmp from national banks (not reserve agents) 23.941 72 Due from State banks and bank ers ... 158.336 15 rtaifl from arnroved reserve smuts) ...... . 106,013 20 Cheek* and "other cash items.... 2,375 57 NO • s of other national banks.. 3.800 00 Frertional DSDST currency, n Y arid c \, n t s 320 85 Lawful money reserve in c- Sn 703 I iegal-tender' "notes' * 2,200— 525,903 00 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of cir cuUUion) 2.250 00 Due from U. S. Treasurer, other than 5 per cent, redemption fund 2,440 00 Total $2,661.42$ OS INABILITIES- Capital stock paid in 8 Surplus fund 100.000 00 Lmdi video profits, Uss expenses and taxes paid 80.654 13 National bank notes outstand hM 45,000 00 : Duo to other national banks 64.186 00 ■ Due to State banks and bankers 419,047 12 I Individual deposits subjt ct to i rheek' . 925.552 SS i IVmand cerVifieates of deposit. 505.122 9.S Certified checks • 1.064 08 : Cshi. r's checks outstanding.... 1..500 W Tefal $2,661,42$ OS State of California, county of Sacra • mento, ss. I. CHARLES F. DILLMAN, ; Cashier of the above-named bank, do I mrly sv.'car that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and i CHARLES F. DILLMAN, Cashier, i Subscribed and sworn to before me this ! " (Seal?" ° CCem JAMES E. MILLS, Correct—Attest: Notary Public. EDGAR MlLi.s. S PRENTISS SMITH, FLANK MILLER, d24-2t Directors, Easiness Houses. Contractors nod Fablie Mat —rcrsAtsßSS with — NEWSPAPER INFORMATION OP ALL KIN DS PRESS CLIPPING BUREAU, j 61u Montgomery street. San FraueUco. Last call I before Christmas In no way can you show your good judgment better than by giving something useful for the house. Everybody has a kitchen, bedroom, dining room, hall or parlor that will be brightened and rendered more complete by a gift selected from Breuner's. "Every thing for the House" —useful and ornamental —is here in well nigh endless variety. Novelty upon novelty crowds upon your vision immediately you cross the threshold, and each step you take brings you within range of something new. Anything bought to-day can be exchanged after Christmas, if desired. Come. Chlnn Small china . sardine t ra^ sardine tray for serving sar dines. Prettily decorated. Price, 50 cents. Silver Large size sil clothes brush back clothes brush; embos sed back; good bristles set in cellu loid. Price, $2.50. Holiday These black rugs ~ * came just in the nick K.Ug of time. Special Lar Sj?!£ k ( i UT ~ rugs. 28 by 04 inches, lined, and worth tvery cent of $3.50. Special price for the holidays, §1.75. SPECIAL NOTICES. BAKER & HAMILTON*, wholesale hard ware, bicycles, carts, buggies, carriages, phaetons. Bain farm and header wagons. Send for catalogue. MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP has been used for over fifty years by mill « lons of mothers for their children while I teething with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays pain, cures wind colic, regulates the bowels, and ' i> the best remedy for diarrhea, whether arising from teething or other causes. For sale by druggists in every part of the world. Be sure and ask for Mrs. W ins low's Soothing Syrup. Twenty-five cents a bottle. MWI AMUSEMENTS. METROPOLITAN THEATER. CHAS. P. HALL Lessee and Manager. L. HENRY Business Manager. ALL THIS WEEK Christmas Matinee To-morrow—Chil dren, 10 cents; adults, 20 cents. Proctor's Pleasore Party TO-NIGHT. FRIDAY, Dec. 24th, TWIXT LOVE AND MONEY. MATINEE AND SATURDAY NIGHT, A WIFE'S PERiL. FINE SPECIALTIES INTRODUCED BETWEEN ACTS. Nlpht prices, 30c, '20c and "0e: no higher. Seats on sale forall performances. Sacramento's society Vaudeville Theater in conjunction with the San Francisco and Los Angeles Theaters. ! The highest class of entertainment yet presented in this city. ONLY THREE MORE NIGHTS! THE KNABEN-KAPELLE (Hungarian Boys' Military Band.) 40—LITTLE NATURAL BORN MUSI CIANS—4O. MORRIS' TRAINED PONIES. DOG AND GOAT. ; THE FARRELLS, Comedians and cake j walkers. ICZITA, the beautiful Gipsy violin virtuoso. , STARKFY AND RATH BUN, horizontal I bar exports. i ELINORE SISTERS, cemediennes. j BARONESS YON ZIBER, crima donna sopranno. EVENlNGS—Orchestra and dress circle, !BS ' and 50c. Balcony (reserved). 25c. Gal lery. 10c. Loge and box 75c. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATl- NEES—Orchestra and dress circle, 25c. Balcony (any part), 10c. Children (any part of tho house). 10c. MONDAY, DECEMBER 27TH, ENTIRE NEW COMPANY. THEATER COMIQTJE, X street, between Front and Second. TO-NIGHT—Dec. 247*97—T0-NIGHT Fift -• n-r <; phvsieal culture glove con ! test, $250 trophy, and the Ught-welght championship Pacific Slope, between Mar ; tin M'eCue. New York, and Johnnie Mo i Mahon, Olympic Club. San Francisco. I Also a preliminary grand 4-round set-to ; between Jim Jeffries of Los Angeles, the I ccming heavy-weight champion of the . d w matched to fight Tom Sharkey, January 7. iSOT, and Henry Baker of Chi cago. Admission 50 cents. Reserved $1. Jeffries and Baker, 10:30 sharp. Main e\ ent immediately after. It CHANGED HANDS. I THE NEW YORK KITCHEN, 415 X, IS j now conducted by DE COSTA & CON TENT. Meals 15c and up. First-class in ! all respects. DATE TAKEN. THE SACR \MENTi'• ATi'LETIC CLUB Will hold their annual masquerade ball on i THURSDAY. February 24. 1593. dl?-lw 1 THE WEEKLY UNION—THE BEST weekly on the coast. JPnf Silver plated bon I;) 0 bon basket, gold L>On t>OnS lined, satin finish; Best quadruple plated silver. Price, $1.75. Napkin rings '^QbM Hea v y silver j plated napkin J E w I rings; satin fin- 5 ml ish, beaded edge. 50 cents. Cf nre The last of the charming jr. concerts by the Franz NeWS Becker orchestra will be given this afternoon and to-night. Especially attractive pro grammes. Gifts bought here any time to-day will be delivered either to-day or to-morrow, as desired, in good con dition. I* | I N it will well repay you when passing A j AI I |_ * 1012 Eighth street to examine the / \ I II W mmm lovely work in the window of 1 f mm \ 1J 1 I I J MME. SWILLING. labdominalI abdominal bands If more people knew of their virtues the demand would be greatly increas ed. Fine for people troubled with a weak stomach, or who are subject to a cold in the kidneys. They are all wool, woven to conform to the body. Ask to see them whether you want to buy or not; would like to explain. Do not confound them with the com mon band cut from cloth that are continually slipping out of place. Ail sizes. $1 each. IYpsilanti union suits You want your outer garments to fit, why not your undergarments? If you have never tried a Union Suit you don't know what you are missing; they are made to tit, are much more comfortable and what's more, they protect your health. Union Suits from $3 to $S. If you prefer separate gar ments of the same make they're here at $2 50 to $3 50 each. Sole agency. MASON'S HABERDASHER, STEAM LAUNDRY, 528 J STREET. AUCTION SALE OF HOPS. NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN THAT on FRIDAY', December 24, IS9T, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the Sacramento Ware bouse, corner Front and R streets, in the City of Sacramento, as auctioneer, 1 will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder. S4G bales cf hops of the lv 7 crop of W. ii. and J. W. Roddau, grown on the Roddan Hop Yards in the County of Y'uba, State of California. At the same time and place, I wi'd also sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, in order to enforce a sellers' lien upon the same, 571 bales of the hops of the same crop as those first above de scribed. At such sales either the defaulting buyer or the seller or any other party in interest or any one else may bid and become the purchaser. Each bidder at said sale and intending purchaser thereat will be required before 11 o'clock a. m. on said day of sale to de posit with me in cash $5 per bale for each and every bale to be bid upon by such in tending purchaser or bidder or the equiva lent of such cash. The said hops are now at said warehouse and full inspection thereof may be had at any time before said sale Dated Sacramento. December 22. ISS7. d22-»t W. H. SHEItBURX, Auctioneer. BELL & CO., GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, 1016 Fourth Street, bet. J and K. Highest Cash Price paid for House hold Goods. CLARK, Proprietor. ITor the Best L_?.ux.nciry "Worjk GO TO THS—— American Steam Laundry Solid ']|g|j^ Large c.vie sea; n yi"^" an t lquo R Hl|(r H oak Qn- ~~ X Solid \Y~\;-»£- \ i comfo r t J ~" J | writ t c n Ij'J ail over JBBmZ $0 r it. Odd~ Parlor Chairs a s are * !-v_^*^\V your ehoos- /£§ ing. One style * * similar to picture, mahogany finish and upholstered 6eat, $15. Parlor Arm 1} Chair |/a - -If u P h oi- |]\VX v / stered in <f>Pf^>;V>^ try, with J£a silk plush. *f back and plush \ } „ "\y band 1 n |f l| <i— seat front: %. spring Mtm* edge. Solid oak or imitation mahogany frame. Prioe, $S. / I — y, %< ijr it This couch oak well put together: $7.50 upholstered in neat cordu roy. Length, 5 feet I inches; width, 2V>* > inches. PUFFED BY ALL , A. J. Stevens Cigar. Admired ißy Everybody Is our Pretty Display of DECORATED CHINA Cake Plates, Salad Sets, Berry Sets, Plates, Cups and Saucers, Olive Trays, Pin Trays, Celery Trays, Chocolate Sets And scores of other articles too numerous to mention. DON'T WAIT TOO liOJIQ You know we are getting busier all the time and the nice articles are sure to go first. CHINA HALL The big crockery store on J street, near Seventh.