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&T&ilt3& PiSffegjSK? g55i''5SriS5?5 vSif.ESfJfJiaj.t- 4 ' ' THE MOKNINGr TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 189G. 5SSTH? i Lanstmrgh & Bro. 5 UPHOLSTERY ITEMS 5 of special interest to housekeepers. Sash Curtain Swiss in the different size dots and figures. 40 inches wide. 18c qual ity. For i2cyd. One lot heavy Wool en Curtain Loops, all colors. For 15c pair. One lot American Holland Window Shades.36x72,all col ors, with fringe on bottom. For 29c each. One lot 4-4 Chenille $ Table Covers, all col- 4 ors, new patterns. P For 75c each, t One lot S-4 Chenille Table Covers, all col ors, good patterns. For $1.48 each. One lot Brocatelle Tapestry, new colors and patterns. S2.00 quality. For $i.5o yd. We Make Window Shades It matters not whether they are large or small, our facilities are such that we can turn them out at snort notice. Estimates furnished free of charge. 1 0, 422. 424. 426 7 th St. .- ! READ I I THIS i j TWICE. I Tin-i- the last Meek or our Novcni ber record-breaking sale. Just s'.x buing daj- remain including Moi ilay, November SO. Our store III re main closed all day Tliai.ksgiWug. i:ery jard of carpet and every piece or furniture in tbis inuneii'c st ck is offered tli is week at tlic greatest sacri fice Me liave ever made, al thou. h prices bac been cut almotbcjond iccogni tion CREDIT SS GOOD. Antf ti sliall keep right on making. In; big. and lining Car ets Tree of Co-t. No charge even ror tlic ti o or three yards that are astcd in matching figures. The greMcs bargain feast of Ibc v.liolc jcar is ahead. C0MK1 GROGAN'S rianimoth Credil House, 117. 619, 821, 82J Tth St IT. W.. JietMeealland 1st. $4SxS''s5 !-&S4 5 Did you cter realize wliat makes Ihedll ferencv In price ur one piuuu oer another? A call at the wurcrooius of the Ikillimoro Manufactory fitleff Finno nm oiiinnw juu that no inurnment cau be made belter bTiurruuAxu and upkiuht pianos. the choice of tbe best infonncU and most critical of the musical public generally. Terms to suit: manufacturers' prices: fnllj guaranteed. Tuning uud repairing will receive prompt attention. CUA B. 11. 8TI EFF. 521 Eleventh st iiw . near F bt. ALL the ("elicacies and sub stantials for your table fresh pure and wholesome at bottom prices. PICKFORD'S. ioV 9!li & La. Ave. 'Pious 922. Handsome 5 sore Ilrllliant inc Skirt, lined throughout and velvet bound. Real alue. 1.00. 1.49 EISEN MANN'S, 7th St. N W. 1821-1920 Pa. Ave. vx f f $$! I J I'llk $ 4 SOCIETY KEEPS ITS EYE ON BLENHEIM CASTLE Marlborough Festivities Arouse Much Interest Here. Wedding nntl Tea Cards Aro SIiow erliiij for IH-i'tMiiberV l'urly nyn. While there is so Utile doing at liome every one who is interested In the f.ociul world beyond one's own horizon Is taking an active interest in the doings of their friends abroad. The great bo-Mai event of two continents, or to bo absolutely truthful, the greatest social event of New York and England, will occur today when tho Duke of .Marl borough and his Countess Coiisuclu will receive a visit from royalty In the persons of tlic Prince and Princess of Wales at the duke's ruinous estate of lllenheliu. The recent death of the duchess' grand mother in New York lias interfered some what with the festivities that were to be Inaugurated at IBeiilieliu to entertain the royal guests who will remain from Tuesday until Saturday. The great ball arranged for Friday night has been uluiidoncd, but a reception and onceri to wniuu tue socially elect of all he country around hae been bidden, will take its place. The prince and princess will be accom panied by their omy iiumanied daughter, the Princess Victonai and the Prince and Princess Charles, of Denmark, who corne as a part of the rojal family. Tins great mark of personal favor which will stamp the Aiuerl'au Duchess and all her descendants as approved by the highest imwcrs of the laud, is especially interest ing at this lime when 11 Is lemenibered hat only in the last month we haw Heard well founded rumors about the determina tion of Duchess Consuelo to regain posses sion or Marlboiougu House, the ancestial uiine or the duke's family but, now the Loudon ro-ideire of It It. II., the Prince of ttiii-s, win a is nel I bk 1 s picM-nl owner on a grant from Parliament which will lwiveto 0-. renew.-1 1:1 1 1 -I ri. .v n'ur.s. Hlcnheim fore-t and castle, which were well nigh ruined by the extravagance of the late duke, the father of the present po sessor of the title, have been restored to uracil of their former grandeur by IhcAmerl can gold of the YnnderbilLsand the glrln-h hostess, who is still under twenty jenrs of age, will preside over .1 MTies of enter tainments, nud among a party of guests the like of which for elegance and distinction has neer becnMirpa-sedcveiiln the palmi est days of the Churchills It is further said by those who should know that the duke .mil duchess, whoe marriage was not supposed to be a love' match, lie very happily together, and that "their present Is all peaceful and their future r.obly planned," which ought to be noted by the large number of doubling souls who propl.i-ied dire distress to both II is also said the duchess has won the hearts of her tenantry, and her ucighlHjrs, alt hough she has m-vir yet learned to ride to the bounds, which Is considered absolutely necessary to the position of her grace of Marllio rough Wedding invitations and cards fur par ticularly interesting teas continue to ! received at the rate of two or three a day, but all thus far are dated for the early days of December, and the present Week is being haded with delight as a welcome lull before the pleasaant storm of wit month The first widding of the month will be that of AIiss rjorence Latlirope llrowne and -Mr Charles Lester JIarlett, for which invitations have been sent out by the bride's mother. Mrs. Hardiner C llrowi.e, of No 144H .Massachusetts avenue. Owing lo tl.e relent illne-s of Mrs. Browne this notable affair, which was evpeded to be one of the ga5est of fash ionable weddings, will b. cclebrati-d very quietly at home In the presence of a lim ited iiuimIst of invited guests, all close friends of the respective families, on the evening of Duunber 1. Tl.e marriage of illss Ahnc Wdcov and Mr Halsle.id. as already announced, will aisooitiir at home, and 111 the evening, on December n. A minder of interesting weddings are to oicur tomorrow, one of ll.e prettiest being that of -Miss KHen Frailer Sltcknej and .Mr. I'env llright, which will take place at the Church of the Ascension at noon. The bride is the daughter of the late Judge 81 it kiiey. am! the groom a iirnmi iientoimga!iorii"y at Philadelphia. Owing to the recent death of the groom's fathtr, .Mr. William llright, or Wilmington, Del., nocardsof invitation have beemssued.and there will be no reception. At St. Patrick's Church, at 11 o'clock, the marriage of Mi.ss Lcwiua M. Place and Mr. Terraiwe M. Swi-cii will be sol cmnred in the presence of a large uutulicr of friends. Tl.e inarn.ip'of .Miss i:ii7abethW. Homer and Itcv. Ljman Swett of Cambridge, Mass.. is oleo set for W,Hlnesdny, the cere mony to take place at the residence of -Mr Firman It. Horner, on Rhode Islandavcnue Tl.e wedding of .Miss Di lie S. Keclu and Mr. Van Hosner of Courtl.ind, N. Y.. will take place at the home of the bride. No. 18HI K street, tomorrow evening. Mis- IMitli T. Young and Mr. Louis Ten dleton li.irull will be m.iriieil at St. An drew's, Fourteenth ami Corcoran streets, on Wednesda evening. Two well-known families from New York have taken handsome houses in Washington in the last few days. The famous residence on I stieet, occupied successively by cx-Het rctary Whitney, ex Fostuiastci General W.mamaker, anil Mr. ami Mrs. s. s Howland, has been leased lor the winter by Mr. and Mrs. John S. (Sittings, who will come lo Washington at once. The handsome home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip K. Chapin, on Massachusetts ave nue, has been leased by Mr. and Mrs. Shanlcy. Miss Jane Puller has for her guest a very charming young frie'id. Miss Rus sell of AliddlctoWii, Conn., who has been entertained in a delightful and informal way at the new home of the Chief Jus lice, Eighteenth and P streets. Judge (icorge F. Appley and family are among the winter residents in Washing ton who ha- taken apartments at the Hraftoii, Connecticut avenue and l)c Sates stieet, lor the season Mr. andMrs.N n Irwin andMr Eugene 1). Carusi have gone lo Annapolis to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Irwin's p.irents. Lieut, and Mrs. Norris, and in tidentally lo spc the football game to be played at the Naval Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Williams are among the over-increasing number of New Yorkers, who sell-1 Washington as .1 wintci home, and will spend the season at the Grafton. Miss Camilla Hare, daughter of Capt. Hare, U. S. A . granddaughter or Mr. and Mrs. John Hancock, of this city, is on a slt to Philadelphia, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Craige Llppincolt. The marriage of Miss Hare and Mr. J. II. Lippincott will tie one or the interesting nuptial events of February, and will occur at the home of her grandparents In tills city. A card party was given lo the Kismet Club last night by Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Lowry, at their hume.No. 8 G street north west. The lime was pleasantly spent In card playing and conversation until re freshments were served. The refreshment tabic was liandsomelyarranged with chrys anthemums and potted plants. The niembersofUieclub present wereMr.s. Thomas Mcisoley, Mrs. William Slater, Mrs. Robert Slater, Mrs. Robert Lowry nnd Mr. William Stater, Mr. Robert Slater, Mr. Thomas lloicley, Mr. Will Kgan, Mr. James : ::: :::: :::::: :j:::: IvllG'd PALACE, Holidays in " hat buying. We have given old prices a vacation to, enable every woman who needs stylish hcadwenr for Thanksgiving time to buy here and now at little prices. Never have we had such variety of taste and elegance as in this season's stock. Fickle Fashiou has been kind you can wear nearly any style 3-ou wish, and it's correct Here arc a few price proofs that these arc holidays here in Hat buying. ' ?4 00 to 57.00 Trimmed Hats for $2.98. Tho variety makes choosing easy for tho most iiarticular shopper. These, hats aro trimmed In silk vel vet, laco Honors, feathers or jet. Tho styles aro as correct as careful buy ing in New York markets can secure And those four lots of Jackets and Capes $8, S7, $6 and $5 Jackets and Capes $3.87 $11, $10 $9 and $3 Jackets and Capes $5.87 $15, $14, $13 and $12 Jackets and Capes $7.87 $20, $18, $16 and $15 Jackets and Capes $9 75 KING'S PALACE 812-814 Seventh Street. Branch 715 Market Space. ::::: :: :::: :::::::: : Shannon, Mr N. Siardo and Mr. Itobcrt Lowry. InvitJtions are nut for the wedding of Mr. William II llunh and Jliss Lli7abelh Assheloii, of No -tli II streit northwest, at Hie Church of the Holy Name, at '! o'clock oiiTlianksMvingcve. Thevedcllng will be private, only members of the family being present, but a general reception will lie held at the house of the bride's parents, -No JIG 11 stieet. Miss Florence Atkinson, or Q street northwest, returned to her home csterday rrom New York, where she lias been for the pi si two months on a visit to her aunt. Miss Nannie Marion Nelligar, of this city, andMr IMwiu II.. Strailmaii, or Portsmouth, Va., were ciuielly married esterday aft ernoon at Epiphany Chapel, Twelfth andC streets southwest, ltev. A. M. Illlliker of ficiating The bride was gowned In seal blown novelty clolh, with Jacket of the same and a brown felt hat. ttimined with wings and iridescent ribbon of green and shaded brown. Iminedl.itcly alter the ceremony Mr. and Mrs Strailmaii left on the Norfolk boat for Portsmouth, their future home. Miss Cora M. Church and Mr. Gilbert A. Clark were married yesterday morning by ltev l)r J. N Luccock Ulkn theirretiirn from their wedding tour Mr and Mrs. Clark will be at home at No 119 Sixth street northeast, after December 1. Mrs J. N. Picklnson his cards out for Fridays in December. 4 lo G, at No 1821 Nineteenth street. Mrs. Nellie McCarter gave a card party to a few friends on Fridayeveiilng Music and rccilnlions varied the evening. JAPANESE HOUSE DRESS. Of Soft Japonlca silk. It Gives the Wearer u Hew itching Orientalism. FOU an effective bouse dress you must choose ihe figured India and China sturts They arewideandcheap.and incxprc's-ibly decorative A "Japonic a" house gown is excveJInglv ' Japanese- ' in effect It is made or scft cream Japanese silk Willi a design in natural size deep pink ja onicas with their green leaves. The gown is a "princess," openingat the b.uk.x.'illifullgodelsthatflareconslderablr Like a Japanese. Flower. at the bottom or the gown. At the waist Ihe silk wrinkles Into small. Irregular folds until U i caches a broad yoke of whitesatin. The boleio and Medicis collar are ol while gauze, with a spider-web design worked in silver threads. The edge or the Jacket is finished witlianedgingof tiny silver beads. Full elbow sleeves of Hie silk have a finish of long gauie fulls. Any woman with a "knack" for doing things will see how to get this dress np out of simple net, 20-ccnt silk and glass beads. Itcanln her hands becomealtogethcr bewitching. Secretary Roosevelt 111. London, Nov. 23 Mr. James It. Roose velt, fecretary of the American embassy, is suffering from nervous piostratlon. He lms not teen present at the embassy for some days and Ills condition is such that lip will not 1 e alle to attend the Thanks giving dinner to be given by Ambassador Bayard. "DROOP'S." Piano Bat gains here not one or two, but many. Some belter than others, but all well -worth trouble in secur ing. E. F. DROOP & SONS, 925 Penn. Ave. B-s A : Klegant Felt Hals Misses and Children, for Ladies, 39c, 49c and 69c. Velvet and Wire-bound Short back Sailors, 39c. Extra quality Children's i'lats, in all colors and four shapes, 29c. LEFT CLASS ROOM FOR THE ALTAR Eastern High School Girl Becomes Gilbert Clark's Bride. Mie Was Miss Itosa Church anil the Weddlni; Was a Hie; sitirprlKe to Friends and Family. A quiet wedding esterday morning at the residence of Dr. Luccock. pastor of the Fourth street Presbyterian Church, proved the climax of a pretty romance of a high school girl ami a promising oung busi ness man or this city. The oung couple in question is Mr Gilbert Clark, or 1111 sixth street north east, and Miss Uosa Church, of 201 Third street northeast. Miss Church, up to last Monday, was ainemberotthe Lasternllleh School, and in regular attendance In the third ear class ' Mr. Gilbert Clark U well known In musical and church circles. In fact it is usserted that it win while both were member!! of u church choir, the oung peo ple became acquainted That was three ears ago Ills attentions were kept up more or less regularly during two school jears and cost Miss Church a great deal or teasing Horn the school girls. This con stant homage on the part of Mr. Clark did not go urttewarded, for about a car ago Miss Church imparted to some of her most intimate girl friends thai they were en gaged. 'I lie parents of Miss Church becoming cognizant of the engagement opposed the match on the grounds of the immature age or their daughter. His because of this condition of affairs that ihe gu,-iji of the iiumiOuriKKid has it that the wedding was in the nature of an elopement, 'ihe parents or both parlies although very reti -enl lusitlrtly deny this phase of the nfrair. Anyway, ut ;i o'clock esterd.iy morn ing, while the sclioU bells were ringing and Ihe pjpilaor the Pastern High School assembling ror the uix-ningeserciscs. liev Dr. Luccock. at his residence. No. :127 Past Capitol street, tied the knot and .Mis, Uosa Chuich had taken farewell of high school lne foreer. The wedding was n very quiet one Mr Harry DuMont. a Inend of the groom, acted as best man. Immediately ariei the cere mony the couple left for a short wedding tour, which will terminate soon after Thanksgiving. Itl'-Cia'TION TO JKWl.sU WOJIKX. National Hoard and Delegates I'.n tcrtulned at Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Nov 23 Ihe local sec tion or the National Council of Jewish Women tendered a reception to the na tional board and visiting delegates at Ihe Mercantile Club, the fashionable Hi brew organization of Philadelphia, this after noon. A dinner was first given to the guests In the handsome cafe of the club house, and a general reception was held later in the library. Ihe members of the national board pres ent included President Mrs. Hannah Solo mon. Miss Sadie America, -VI.s Henrietta G. Frank, Mrs. Eertha Mjiidcll, Mrs. Witkowsky, Miss Witkowski, .Miss Anna Einstein, all of Chicago: MKs Sophie Heer or New York. Mrs. Sophie AMnaii of Kan sas City, Mrs. Carrie 8. Benjamin of Denver, Miss Julia Fvlseiith.il and Mrs. Niirsluuiii ol Marlon, Iud. The local sec tion was represented by Miss Laura Morde cal, president or Pennsylvania, und a number or other ladies. Brier addresses were made by Mrs. Solomon, Miss America and several others. Wuslilnj-tonliuiH in "ev Xork. Special to The Times. New York, Nov. 23. Windsor, J. A. Vance, F. M. Parker; Holland, D.J. Pales, G. C.Larferly.C.T. Moore;New Amsterdam, W. D.Urown.lt.S. Franklin, II. U Jackson, W. S. Jackson, T. Post; St. Denis, W. G. Cmwrnrd, G. Louis", II. C. l'oundsioue; Grand Union, It. PP1Ciirrle; Continental, G. S. nemck.Mrs.C.Ij.Gilley.A.IJ.Lell:Min hatlan,S.T.Fox:Gerlach,a.X ilcGenaliw; Hrojdway Central, A. B. Graham, M. C. J. Wlehle. Mrs. Dr. wlehle; Hoffman, F. n. Larned. M Cohen, J. 'C. Nash; Sturlcvant. P.. C. Perkins; Astor, 1). I. Murphy; St. Cloud, H. P. Marston: Westminster, L. L. TIionipson'.Graiid.W.A.Brown.j.o.Coffer. Army and navy arrivals L. M. Nullman, W. P. Pierce, D. G. Sprlug'.T.K. II. Vandc nian.U. S. A., nttheGraV.d;T.S. Thompson, U. S. N., at the Gllscy. Mrs. Mercine P. Kutter arrived in from! Bremen on the North Gcrmaner: II. II. Meier, Miss Itosa War zanska.arnvcdln on the Lahn, from Bremen; Mrs. S. K. Curler Is at the Windsor Hotel wilh her chum, Mrs. Harry C. Turnbull.or Psilitmore. They are here rcr the operatic season at the Met'rcpolitan Opera House. Mrs. Gen. G. T. Culler and Mrs. McL. Matheson lert the Windsor to sail on the Lahn for Germany. 3Iiinnircr Henderson's Third Wife. Chicago, Nov. 23. A local paper sas: David Henderson, late manager of the Chicago Opera House, was married last Saturday lo Miss Frankle Raymond, who was for several seasons a member of the Henderson Builcwiue Company. Mr. Hen derson leccnlly obtained a divorce froirr lirace Henderson, the actress, who was his second wife. T)r. Morrison Will He n Bishop. Ogdcnsburg, N. Y., Nov. 23.-Dr. J. D. Morrison of this city deiUeel today to ac cept the bishopric of Duluth, to which he was elected last month. AVas lie Worth the Price? "By the way, what is Maud's husband worth?" "I hear that her, .father gave $300,000 for him.' Cincinnati Enquirer. QnmiiinntinnnnuitnnnnntmnnTm TiifniTminniiTiTfiiiimTiiTiTmTTim nHTrtrnniniHnniTnnnnnnnnniiinmnmTnmiiia f Biggcr-Beiter-BrigMcrBargains j p never appealed to the economical housewife than those that we're offering this week. 3 e There's hardly a want the hodse can have that isn't touched with the influence of this E matchless outpouring of enterprise and endeavor of our "Wonder Sale." a I YOUR CREDIT 3S GOOD, I Wonders in Chamber Suites. ;V - i ,jp--t; "'iGSli3--- I '" '"i "H We carry Hie very best grades of Cham ber Suites, and show them In Mahogany. Black Walnut, Bird's Eyo Maple, Birch, Ma- u"Kny nnisn anu oak. No quci tlon about ours being the finest Hue in town and see what big value there Is at the very beginning. $15 Wonders in Parlor Suites. A most superb variety or overetniTcJ f ramo Parlor Suites GUt. Mahocany and iv and Oak $25 iraincs covercu in an inc most :auioiiauie maiuriai-i new iu u feet rich in ilein. Look at our c-pieco sLciaI at Wonders in Reception Chairs. Odd design in Gi't, Siler. Cream nud Gold. Green ind Gold, both, rush bottom aud tijthoistered scath We'll show j ou the hi'mlsoines.t onu jou ever saw for tlie price $3 Wonders in Dining Chairs. Every conceivable stylo and klud- freslj desoB and finely finHlicd. iitU upholstered and c nt scits. You can't afford to go somcwliei c eNe,when we are selling such Kod ones to low. A fine caue sc&t Uidinc Chair 98c. Clocks Glassware Lamps Crockery Ware Plated Ware Table and Bed Linen Cut lery and everything else that furnishes a home. Liberal Furnishers guimiMi'i'i'imim''''iii'iuuuumiiiimmiimimiiiiiimiummu rmM The market will keep open all day to mormiv and there Is eory Indication that llicre will be tiirkeis enough to go around. The market Is very active and all anivals meet with ready sale at good prices. The eastern markets, however, are gob bling up all the vrllil turkey1 they can get and prices have advanced here on them The fish market is well (-upplied with all varieties and prices remain unchanged Meats have not varied -i no1 Tbur-day and vegetables and fruits nr& plentiful and good. FLOWERS-Carnations. 25c. per dozen; chrysanthemums, 25c. to $1.E0 per dozen: violets, 75c. per hundred; golden-gate nes, 50c. to $1 per doieu; La France roses, same; President Carnot ro-es,same; Kaiser Augusta Victoria n.es, same; Madame Clmtanay (now), $1 per dozen. Talms sell all the way from GO cents to $10, and maiden hair ferns range from 1!5 cents to $2.50. FIUilT Florida oranges 10c lo 30c per ilocn; Jamaica oranges 25c to 10c per doon; Malaga grapes 20c per pound, Tokay grapes, 13c to 20c per pound; Concord grapes, 12c per basket; Catawba grapes, 12c per Kisket; Niagara grape, 20c per basket: pineapples loc lo 25c each; sickle pears, SI per basket of three quarters of a peck; Japanese nerslminons 5c to 10c each; pomegranates loc each; bananas, 10c to 20n per dozen: apples, 30c to -10c per peck; shattucks, 10c each; three for 25c. BUTTEU, EGGS, CHEESE-Best Elgin bultcr, 30c. per pound; buttenne. 15c. to 25c. per pound; nearby eggs 25c. per dozen; Western eggs, 18c. per iloziu; cream cheese, 18c. lo 20c. per pound; Nciifihuul cheeses, 5c. each; pineapple cheee. (i3c. to 75e. each; Edam cheeses, $1 each. VEGETAIH.ES rarsnips, 2Ec per peek: spinach, 20c per peck; Eastern Shore .sweet potatoes, ailc per peck: radishes 3 bunches for 10c; tomatoes 15c per quarter peek; hot-house tomatoes, 25c to 5oc per pound; chicory, 5c to 10c per head; waler cre-s, 5c per bunch; mint, 5c per bunch; cauli flower, 10c to 25c per head; saMfy, 5c Just as good as butter only more satisfactory. EmrtcliN Elgin Print, per lb Kinrich'tf I'urlly 1'rlur, per lb Emncli'M slieat Print, per lb Kmrlch'a KoIIh.. ThIiIo Cliecsr, S lb. fur Emrich Beef Co.'s Wonders in Rockers. M.ihop;auized Itockcrs, spring seat, upholstorcd iu the bedt wear ing m a t c r i all. Comtortable and sightly. A big bargain (or OdiZui Wonders in Dining Tables. Dining Table, iu new and at tractive pattern, atrrnjly made, in fttjle. Hero la a handsome claw-foot tabic for the very low price of $8.75. Wonders in Sideboards. This rich quar tered Oak Mdo board, standing G feet U inches high, with W inch bevc Trench plnte mirror a limit id ijuantity at tho ery low prltc of ami Oak $29.75 Wonders in Heaters. You have the choice of every tIe of Hcatln; Htovc? with cast and sheet Irou bodies, of alt sizes from tho tiny chamber s-tovo to the very largest, most elaborate parlor heater. Youcau'tcet any idea of the value 'lorn the price. Come and see them we'll promise ou'll call it cheap bujinat the of fer we'll mate jou. IS'liii'iMjin HOUSE & HERRMANN per burclr Savoy .ablugi', Zc per head Ilruv.t'N snnutH. 17ic nor imart. IrNh j polulws -Or pT pock fctiap bi-ins irc Sp.ml-Ii onion-, 10c f.-icb. fgg plants I uc ti lr. each, pumpkin-.. 3c to 13c v.ith, grrcn pi'iipfrs, 2-"c to 30c per (lozvn; cel ery no to 10c per bunch: cranlicrru--, nv I't-r quart; ua-li, 'Jc per pound. PICKLES AND PRESERVES -Chow-chow, 2Uc per quart: German iiiu-t.ird, 15e per quart: pickled onions, l,- per pint; ccler relish. 10c. per pint; uliics, 15c per pint; hcrserailndi, 10c. per pint; honey. 23c. per pound; Jillics 10c. per pound; preserves, ice. per pound. POULTRY -Turkc.s 12 12c to 13c. per pound; geese. 12 l-2e per pound; ducks. 15c rcr pound; fowl, 12 l-2c. per pound. GAME -Grouse, S1.50 per pair;pha-aiit, SI 25 to $1 .50 per pair: quail. S3 perdozen; woodcock, Sl-25 a bract?; onol.iu. Si a dozen; wild turkey, 20e. per pound. Game Is getting more plentiful and the quality improving. WATER FOWL Ciinv.ijacks, $3 per pair; red beads $2.30 per i.ilr; mallards M 50 per pair: blue wing teal. SI "li p.-r pair; ruddy duck, 73c. per pair; butler balls 50c. per pair. riSilBoillns rock. 20c. per pound; red mapper, 13c. per pound; new salmon, 25a per pound; blue fi-b, 12 l-2 per pound; pickerel, 12 l-2c. per pound: freb cod, 10c. per pound: halibut, 20c per pound. MEATS Sirloin steak, 15c lo ISc kt pound; porierbou-e, 2e. ti23c per pound; round, 12 l-2c. per pound; prime. nbroaM, 15c. to lsc. per pound; chuck roast, 10c. to 12 l-2c. per pound;soup lieef, inc. per pound; lamb, 15c. to ltc. per pound; corned Iwef, Cc. to 12 l-2c. per pound; sausige, loe. to 12 l-2e. imr pound, Inith green and smoked; breakfast bacon, loc. to 12 l-2c. per pound: sweet pickled pork, f-c. to lie. per pound; We-n-rn, do.. Sc Iter pound: ham, loe. to 12 l-2c. icrpound; pig tails Sc. per pound: bog brains, Iiiq per plate; belled ham, 40e. per jhiuihI. CI-VIMS TO UK AX II EUtlS. Strange .story Told by u 'Wiiimin l'oiiud Stnrvin. Xew York, Nov. 2S.- Mr.-. J. T. Tarocke. sixty jcar.s old, was found to lie starving nt her home. No. 14 Smith street,. Brook lyn, this morning by Police Captain O'ileilly. For more than twenty jears Mrs. Jarocke conducted n new-stand out side of the old Brooklyn Kstoffice. Sho asserts that she is one of seven claimants to $2,01)0,000 which, she al leges was .sent to this country by the Rus sian government rar& ago to the rela tives of Gen. Pulaski. wLo was killed at the Mege of Savannah in 171. She has n lot of papers relating to theca-e, which is now awai'ing trial in the United Suite circuit court. Mrs. Jarocko says the monev is in the hands of the go eminent. Capt. O'Reilly bas notified the chari ties commissioners, who will investigate the woman's case. 3mm (SSr . 20c . 18c . 10c . 15c , 5o Reliable Markets Wonders in Decorated Toilet Sets. l b 10 full-size pieces handsome lr patterned in flower designs. Hvc dollars would be a fair price lur it. Ourspecial price only. S2.50 1 Wonders in Brass Tables. Brass Tables, with 3 Cenuino Mexican Onyx 3 tors, new stjicj. all at- tractive designs and 3 special In iiricc 3 Look at the one for $5 Wonders in Easy Chairs. Adjustable back Morn- Chair?, made of highly polished oak and uiahosanized iranie.with hair-n led corduroy, reversible beauty for.. 3B Wonders in Carpets. To begin with, there is nntanotherlione In the District I hit carries the cnormon sto;k of carpet nc do In the next nlace. ours aro all brand-new patterns. And wh.it'4 more Im-rort-int than all, we haven't a yard of anr grade that we eainot loucli for bein-areliv t;c quality. There are Wiltons. AxniirMcrs. Nelvct". Tapestry and IJody l!ru,5el-.. In grane. Art bciuare-. Japanexi lluz. etc.. in tbe a-ortinent, and you're only ta nuke uur -elcctloa. The prices are right closer cut tliau ever before Notito mic lliitic wc MAKU. I,T and I.IXC AI.I. CAItl'ETs bousht of us without extra charge. Cor. 7th and I Streets. Ladies' 5kirts. .-. i uanusome ires Skirt it SI 10 and i vkii3 ai3i at owe an. our leader fcrihUweet. STERN'S, 904-006 7th Street. I.!F;.TO W-l7r TIIE kequikk. - JlhMb of the public hare added anew feature t our buame-s viz., a Table d'llotj Dinner from I to bo'clwk dally at 00c ; wiih tmall bottle of wine. 7"e. hlegantly appointed rooms on G street -ids for ladie-. -. CSBOBNE & HOBAN. Seienlh and O streets n w BON MARCHE, Jackkts axd Capes. ANTIKOCERINE (Tablets) Cures Diarrb&a. Dysentery aaj in Sjummer CompUIuu. Alt DruggUw. u tentsaiiaL Pure Old Berkshire Rye. Highly recommended for medical n-e 31 lull quart. tCc lull pint, 2Js full lialf-plnt. lOldvulyby T. Jc O.IiUhll. 11 Seventh Street. W. Txi)r.iiTAKi:ns. uNunnTAKEn. 332 Tn,. Ave. Jf . W. Flrt-clant nervlce. 'I'linuo. 13R.1. C. GLENN NICHOLS. CNDEUTAKEU AND EIIDaLMEK. Penna. nve. nntl 2d st. ec. Terms rcusonnhle. Chapel for funerals. Telephone 704-3. oc2-3m.era D1KI). COAKLUY On .Monday. Xoveinlx-r 23, at3 10a. iu .llargaret.wneof M 1 Coiik "iininl daugluer of Jane C. and James W. Wdi-h Mineral till Wedm -day. XovemlxT 23, l!i;. from her lale res-dence, Xo. 1243 I'o'inh street norihwe-t. at s .10 o'clock; a m Kequtcm high mas at Immaculate ('inception tliurih at !) a m Iltlntives ai. d friends icspicifully llivititl to attemL Chicago. Providence, H. I., end Ecliln ore papers plea-e copy ro24-2t TENXEV On Sunilay. Xovcml er 22. lhbi;. Col. Prankhn Tcnney, In the nghl uluib yearor bisnge. Kuoeral at 1 io ii m TueMlay.Xnvi'mlHT 21, lMHi, from Hotel Yainiim. Hekitlves and friends inviteil. Interuient at -Man-chesier. X. II. It CO.AKLEY On Slond.iv. November 23, at 5:10 a. iu.. Margaret. wireofM. P. Ceak ley. a nd daughter of Jane C. and Jauica W. Valsh. Due r.oliceof funeral will be given. Chi cago. Prmidence. 1:. I., and Uallliiioru papers plea-e copy. n 23-3t-em M'CAIIE On Saturday. Nociuber 21. at noon, Alice, beloved wife of Owen Mt Cabe and molherof Mrs. i;.T.Vnue. Funeral from her lale residence-, 0 13 S street norlliwe-t, l a. m Tue-day. Ueqult m mass at immaculate Concep'in Church, Eighth and N strcvi-, i::l. Friends invllcd. iio22-3t I.1XKINS On Saturdav. November 21, lfeUlS. at 4 o'clock p. m..Margaret A.l.ln lins. in the sixty-second year or her age. alter a long and painful illness which she bore with Christian fortitude. Funeral from her late residence, 230R r street northwest, Tuesday, ftovemlier 2 1. Ilcqulem mass at St. Stephen's Churcn at 0 n. m. Friends and relathes invited to attend. 3IARIK1. STnAILJIAN XELLIOAU-Marrird at Epiphany Chapel, ftovembcr 23, 5:30 p. in., by the Rev. A. M. Illlliker, Nannie Marion Nelligar, of Washington, D. C, lo Edwin II, ijtrallman.ol Porumouth, Ya. It A 7V;' . Ja-Wt-? -1'?. Iiif2a!jglll