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THE W-ASEEHNexOIT TIMES. WEDNESDAT, DECEMBER 5, 1894.
H $3.50 Sale.
For a few days S3.50 will pur
chase a pair of either of the fol
lowing priced shoes, viz:
Men's$6.00 French Patent Calf
lien's S6.00 Cordovan Congress
Men's S5.00 Calf Shoes, several
Men's S5.00 Sample Shoes,
Ladies' S5.00 Button and Lace
These goods are all hand-sewed
and the finest qualities.
THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE,
GEO. W. RICH, 919 P. St
W. 8. GILL GHNDY GO.
Now open for business.
Quality, assortment, fresh
ness, and style of packing
are features with us.
1223 Perma. Rue,
No Branch Store.
I Save Time 9
! And Money
V Br doing your marketing at our V
a stores 0
V Save time 'puone us your orders v
(i our number, 847 O
V tmr tnoaey we rntail at -whole- V
fft eate prices Best goods the mar- iw
V kt Affords. JL
I Emrich Beef Co., J
W Jisln Market and Grocery, ( y
I 1306-1312 32d Street, g
T TeleplKHie34 Y
in BRANCH MAKKET& fi
V in" 14tfc it X. W. Sst aud K Sts. X. W. Y
-Cr.G 34th St. X. W. 2d & Ind. are. X. "W. Q
V -.th and 1 Sts. X W 5th and I Ste. X. W. V
ffcth and M Ste. X W. 3057 M St. X. "V.
Sith St & Pa. ave X. AV. V
K) JSthScJtX.T acX.W S
And also to-morrow
night we shall have a
Gas Light "Exhibit"
from 7 to lO p. m., dur
ing which time no
goods will be sold, as it
is simply to acquaint
you with the costliness
of our stock, and
magnificence of our
Come view the "Tif
fany's" of Washington.
prices to-day and to
morrow. Oerome DBsio,
I07 F St.. (Next to Mertz.)
Sure that You're
"We -want to get the ear of somebody -who
needs furniture somebody who will ap
jeciate esy payments. Cbristnias is
almost here and there are ajwhole lot of
presents to be bought those things call for
t ASH. We want to send the furniture and
. arjieis out to your house and 1st you pay
t r them a little at a time weekly or
with us is just a little -way we have of being
swiabte We -will duplicate the lowest
caaU prices you can find anywhere in
"ft ashington no notes no interest.
We make and lay all carpet free
. of cost. No charge for waste
in matching figures.
Hush or Haircloth Parlor Suite
SHd Oak Bed lioom Suite, $13.
Sjdendid Brussels Carpet, 50a per
BoHcblo Ingrain Carpet, 85c. par
Solid Oak Extension Table, S3.59.
0-pound Hair Mattress, Si.
"Woven Wire Springs, $1.75.
Heeling and Cooking Stoves all
UZ06 reliable makes.
- - -d". ihtitrect .orthws
1 ttrei ti ii and I Streets.
FUNERAL EXPENSES REDUCED.
S. H. HINES.
rndortaker sad Zmbalmer, 3iain Office. 423
G street northwest Brauon office, S10 Four-and-a-half
street southwest Twenty years
expenenoe in the business, and first-class work
guaranteed. Arrangements can be xnado with
t-s fvr funerals in any part of the X. uited States.
l.o.lt (.H...U U.OJUU.t.tt Jlo.OJ
4 raiehod "Coffin, with gloss 35.00
o. 5 amished Casket, with glass .. 3503
a o "V amished Casket, better grade....... 45.CC
l 7 Black Cloth Casket, with glass 65.00
X hBlackaotti CaBket, with glass 65.00
o. 9 Black Cloth Casket, with glass 75.00
"0 Black Cloth Caskot, with glass 85.00
3-c mUio ckets I urnlbhod in proportion when
Cesj-eu. It will cost you nothing to investigate
our prices. se3-fimo
r i ostia Lodge, No. 21, P. A. A- M., has
c dthe following officers for the ensuing
- John H. Milk. W. M.; Wilbur S. Dodge.
; William D. Campbell, J. W.; John H.
- a ftretary; Olaudms B. Smith, treasurer,
ir iJ.li. Moreland, tiler.
. i'iA. Logan Corps, No. 7, "VY. B. C, has
r t d these officers for the ensuing year;
" - . J. C. Crawford, president; Mrs. L. A.
i b is, senior vice president; Hrs. Sarah
out, junior vice president; Mrs. J. B.
,, hapiatn; Mrs. Mina B. Smith, treas
, and Mrs. A. B, Frisbie, conductor.
Anna Wilson, of Cairo, III., h visiting
-ter, Mrs. Alpheus Davison.
..ry Tolson, of Herndon, Ta., is visiting
itnk Eno has returned from a trip to West
o Thanksgiving musicale given last night
t iisonic Hall undor the auspices of tho
Anacostia Baptist Church was a pronounced
success financially and otherwise.
THE SUOPPERS' GUIDE.
Consult to-day's Times for full details.
W. B. Moses & Sons Large assortment of
The Johnston Co. Special prices lor Christ
mas grocoris and supplies.
Xow York Clothing Houso Overcoats and
suits at less than cost.
George W. Spier Solid silver, Waltham
movement, watch, only $9.
George Spransy The best Overcoat for
Baum's All the latest Books at cut prices.
Chas. Schneider 4 cents a loaf for Quaker
Grogan Flush and haircloth parlor suite,
$22.50; cash or credit.
Arthur B. Smith The best Pea Coal $4.50
John F. Ellis & Co. Second-hand Orgnns
and Melodeonw, $10 to $35, payable 2 per
Warren Shoo House Ladles' Button and
Lace Shoes, S3.50.
Wilkins & Co. Lowest prices for the best
grades of Butterina
House & Herrmann Furniture, Carpets,
Stoves, etc, sold for cash or credit at low
Eiseman Bros. The very best overcoat for
Emrich Beef Co. Telephone messages re
ceive as prompt attention as a call.
Lansburgh & Bro. Beautiful lot of chil
dren's coats, $2.25.
Julius Lansburgh Solid oak doublo ward
J. H. Flanagan Magnificent exhibition of
jewelry and silverware.
H. Friedlander t Bro. Combination suits
for boys with trousers and cap, $2.
GeromeDesio An exquisite collection of
water colors, $25 to $200.
Louvro Glove Co. Ladle's 4-button glace
Bobinson. Chery & Co. Tho latest color
ings and styles in neckwear, 25c. to 50c
The Famous Closing out sale of winter
clothing at exceptionally low prices.
Saks & Co. Single and double-breasted
suits for $7.50.
Plymouth Bock Pants Co. Overcoats made
to order, $10.25. "
Hashed brown potatoes.
Corn muffins. Coffee.
Boston baked beans.
Baked potatoes. Tomato pickle.
Stewed prunes. Tea. Wafers.
Pearl tapioca soup.
Boast beef. 1 orkshire pudding.
Creamed spinach. Browned potatoes.
Russian cream. Fruit.
Four eggs, one cup sugar, one quart milk,
one-half box gelatine, dissolved in one pint
warm water. Beat yolks of eggs, add sugar,
cook with the milk like custard. Take off
stove, add beaten whites, stir well for a few
moments. Add gelatine and teaspoonful
strained lemon juice. Putin a wellwot mold,
and set on ice to harden. Serve with whipped
or plain cream.
Robbed on a Lark in a Cab.
Edward Morris, an old soldier, and Frank
Webb, a.bartender, went out on a lark in a
cab last night. Morris was almost senseless
from drink, and while near Thirteenth and C
streets northwest the driver of the vehicle,
John Manuel, claims that ho saw Webb go
through his companion's pockets and abstract
about $6. Manuel afterward made Webb re
turn the money, and Policemen Flather and
Eilraartin placed Webb under arrest on sus
picion and locked up Morris for being intoxi
cated. Swore Like a Spanish Sailor.
John Wcstbrook became very abusive and
used profanity that would have shocked a
Spanish sailor when Policeman Bradley
placed him undor arrest on tho cliarge of
taking some bananas from a small boy. He
called the officer even foul name in tho cat
egory. In tho police courl yesterday West
brook's profanity cost him $10 or thirty days
in the workhouse.
Will Avoid Government Prosecution.
It is said that John Shea, Eugene Mercer,
and John Leonard will tender the United
States internal revenue license to the local
agents hero, and thus avoid prosecution
under the statutes for selling liquor without
license. All of these metfliavo been convicted
of violatiug the District liquor law, and are
now serving out their sentences.
Alice F. Goldcn's Will.
Tho late Alice F. Golden, in her will, leaves
all her property to her children, Alice, Cald
well. Stephen, Male, and Ch tries. Mrs. S. M.
Golden is made executrix, without bond.
Her $3,000 insurance in Mystic Counsel, No.
1, Chosen Friends, and $1,000 in Anacostia
Building Association is to be kept at Interest
till Charles, the youngest son, shall come of
Verdict Against the Railroad.
Henry Ockershausen yesterday was given a
verdict for $500 against the Baltimore and
Potomac Bailroad Company as damages by
cutting off his toes Ave years ago.
Formally Opened by the Cardinal.
St. Paul's Church fair was formally opened
last night by Cardinal Gibbons in a brief ad
dress, in which he congratulated tho mem
bers of the parish upon their progress and
tho handsomo now houso of worship now be
ing erected at the corner of Fifteenth and V
Severe Bite from a Dog.
Hamilton Savage, of No. 1112 Nineteenth
street, was playing with a dog yesterday and
received a severe bite on tho right leg. The
wound was cauterized at the Emergency
Stole a S100 Bicycle.
William J. Schuyler was arrested yesterday
by Detective Bhodes on a charge of stealing a
$100 bicycle belonging to Charles Francis
Jenkins, of No. 317 East Capitol street.
Treated a Horse Cruelly.
William H. Tenny forfeltod $5 collateral in
the polica court yesterday for cruelty to a
HE DIDN'T STEAL HER LOVE
Lawyer Lester Testifies of His Rela
tions with Mrs. Fulton Gordon.
DENIES HUSBAND'S CHARGES
Ho Shows That at tho Timo, According to
Mr. Gordon, Ho Was Alienating tho
Wifo'jt Affection He WaB Calling on Busi
noss Judge Bradley's Side Remark.
There was a biggor crowd and moro open
mouthed interest than usual at tho Gordon
Lester trial yesterday. Tho really importnnt
testimony was that of tho dofondant, Whar
ton E. Lester. Mr. Lostor was nervous and
twitchod and pulled through his hands a
white handkerchief. At a humorous play of
words that aroso naturally in the examina
tion ho laughed heartily.
Ho knew Mr. Gordon by sight, ho testified,
and had known Mrs. Gordon Finco March,
18S7. He saw Mrs. Gordon in her bedroom
at Lo Droit Park in 1892. Mr. Gordon was
present. On July 1, 2, 3, nnd 4 ho was at
College Park. Md., visiting friends, nnd went
with them to Bay llidgo. Tho dates named
cover tho timo when the Gordon servants
testified that Lester was at Falls Church,
and Mr. Lester's contradiction wns sustained
by tho testimony of Mr. and Mrs. Walker.
Continuing, Mr. Lester said ho c ailed on
Mrs. Gordon in July, 1893. Ho went about
6:30 p. m. July 17. Mrs. Gordon asked him
to draw up her will. Before ho could write
down the names for her will a number of la
dies camo in. Four days later ho called with
These are tho dates upon which Mrs. now
ells and her daughters testified that Mr. Les
ter remained in Mrs. Gordon's bedroom sev
Mr. Lester said be was in Mrs. Gordon's
room, but understood that Mrs. Gordon
usually received company there. His testi
mony on this point was supported by that of
Miss Richardson, ono of the ladles who mot
Lester at Mrs. Gordon's. She said also she
understood sho was to witness a will.
Mr. Lester emphatically denied tho whole
Falls Church story, and declared that his
relations with Mrs. Gordon had been at all
He testified that in tho divorco suit Gor
don's attorney. Mr. Emig, had proposod that
Mrs. Gordon bae a divorce on account of
cruelty, withdrawing the charge of criminal
intimncy with Sadio Orr, and suggested a
$300 fee; also Mr. Gordon proposod that Mr.
Lester should advise Mrs. Gordon to a recon
ciliation with her husband; or to accept a
separation without a scandal, and accept
$1,000 in settlement. If these proposals were
rejected Mr. Gordon said ho "would prefer
criminal charges involving Mr. Lester nnd
Mrs. Gordon in an amended bill for divorce.
As to Gordon's propositions, Lester's evi
dence was sustained by that of Gen. William
For tho prosecution at tho beginning of
yesterday's hearing Matthew Tigho, a re
porter, tea'tlea t hat ho prepared tho article
of which Mr. Lester complained, and" Mr.
Gordon saw tho article boforo it was pub
lished. A number of other witnesses gave compar
atively unimportant ovidence.
Mrs. Gordon was called by tho dofonse, but
upon objection of tho prosecution her testi
mony was ruled out on tho ground that a
wife cannot testify for or against her hus
band. Mr. Gordon's witness, Roboy, could not bo
found when wanted.
At the conclusion, as tho caso was going to
the jury, Judgo Bradloy said signillcantlj-,
"What is there to give to thojury?" Attor
ney French noted an exception.
LOCAL NEWS OF ALL SORTS
The Weather To-dav.
Fair; north winds, becoming south.
Strong Drink Is Ills Curse.
Attired in fnultlessly-cut garments, but with
bloated features, bleared eyes and a badly
bruised face, James Cullinan. a young man,
stood tremblingly in tho police court dock
yesterday charged with being an habitual
drunkard undor tho vagrancy act. Edward
Cullinan, gray haired and venerable, father of
the prisoner, was the complainant. The old
gentleman said his son was a victim of tho
whisky and cigarette habits and had been
treated at a gold-cure institute, Providence
Hospital, and other places for tho alcoholic
disease, but without result. Ho also said the
young man had not worked moro than three
months in seven years, and asked that ho bo
sent to tho workhouse. "I am compelled to
take this step in self-defense," added tho
father, "and to keep him away from liquor
and bad company." He wns sentenced to
servo two months in tho workhouse.
They Were 'ot Whisper Shops.
Lizzie McCoy, colored, charged with selling
liquor without a license on Twenty-first
street, and Simon Schwartz, charged with
conducting a "speak-easy" in connection
with his gooso farm on Now York avenuo
near Twenty-second street, were both found
not guilty by police court juries yesterday.
Will of W. C Robinson.
Tho will of the lato William C. Robinson, a
clerk in the Treasury, filed yesterday, gives
$500 each to his children, Joseph C. and
Julia E., tho balance of his estate to his wife,
Isabella, and bis son, Edward C, who aro
made executors. Edward, tho will says, aided
in purchasing tho property bequeathed.
Other Charges Rumored.
There were rumors in circulation yesterday
that several Washington stockholders of tho
Columbia Building. Loan and Investment As
sociation wero considering charges against
tho officers for obtaining money undor false
pretences. Nothing of tho kind hadTjeen
heard at District Attorney Birney 's office.
Two Divorces Granted.
Charles Barber, an attorney, was yesterday
granted a divorce from his wife, Winifred.
After several years of married life Mrj3. Barber
one day, in 1891, sent to his office for $50 and
ho gave it to the messenger for her. When ho
went home that evening she was gone and
has not since been heard from. Georgia A.
Foibrook was also granted, by judge Hagner,
a divorce from Charles M. Holbrook upon the
ground of cruelty.
Verdict of Not Guilty.
In tho case of William Jones, Mary Morton,
and Sarah Hill, charged with robbing an old
pensioner in Southeast Washington two
months ago, the jury yesterday returned a
verdict of not guilty.
most reliable treatment administered by
rcliablo physicians. No pala no knife
If ruptured consult us. Immediate ac
tion will assuro spoody results. Perma
nent cures guarautoed when treatment is
taken. Both sexes attended.
National Hernial Institute.
WaBhington 1 tj (- cu Opposite
Branch, lHeZ, VJ i3t.,Rlggsliou6e.
FIVE YEARS AN INVALID.
Surprisinn Recovery After Long and
An Interesting story is told by Mr. Franz
Westenberg, a factory employe at Laurel, a
suoum oi Washington.
"For flvo years," said
Mr. Wostenborg, "I suf
fered from u combination
of Ilia. First I was racked
with rheumatism; next
in my mrum wu uiceraieu
lL and sore; thoro was a
'" CUIinLILllL UlMIMHLrL'f, ILI1I1
altogether I was misor-
ablo. To cap the climax
my appotlto failed, my
stomach became weak, and tho food I
ato gave mo no strength. I could not sleep
and was rapidly wasting away. Liko all
other invalids, I tried doctor after doctor and
remodv aftor remedy, but only got worso. At
last I went to Dr. Walkor, tho specialist. Ho
told mo I had chronia catarrh and nervous
prostration. Ho said ho would euro me, and
ho did. I hnve not a pain nor an aoho left;
no moro sore throat or clogged-up head;
stomach strong enough to digest an ox; sleep
ing soundly every night and getting fat. I
believe I'm tho healthiest man in this sec
tion." Mr. J. B. Gatton, n resident of Congress
"For tho past three years I have been a
groat sufferer from nervous debility. My en
tire nervous system was un-
most of tho timo, and was dis
gusted with life. Mv memory
was rapidly failing, and I felt ,lfSg
constantly tired nnd languid. Jt'Jt&s.
I would freouentlv wnko up-flH
in tho morning moro fatigued 'mg.
than whon I wont to bod. I tried
doctors and nntont medicines
over and over again, but all J- B- oatton.
failed to givo me relief. I had about reached
the conclusion that mino was a hopeless and
incurablo caso, when I was induced by a
friend to mako ono moro trial, and I placed
myself under tho care of Dr. Walker. His
treatment worked liko magic. My troubles
ceased, my nerves became steady, my brain
clear, and lifo onco moro looked bright to me.
I havo talked with dozens of Dr. Walker's
Eatients and all aro loud in thoir pralie. I
avo been employpd for tho past year at tho
St. Elizabeth Insane Asylum at Anacostia,
and resido with my family at Congress
"(Signed) JB. Gatton."
Sworn to before mo this 21st dny of Novem
ber, A. D. 1894.
Seal. Henby Stewart, jr.,
In all cases Dr. Walker's treatment removes
tho cause of the trouble AH disorders of the
brain and nervous system, diseases of the
skin nnd blood, consumption, catarrh,
asthma, rheumatism, malaria, dyspepsia, all
affections of tho heart, stomach, liver, kid
neys, bladder, bowels, and other organs,
diseases of women, etc., are quickly and per
Dr. Walker maybe consulted free of charge,
personally or by letter. His pormanent offlco
is at 1411 Pennsylvania avonuo, adjoining
Willard's Hotel. Offlco hours, 10 a. in. to 5
p. m ; Wodnesdav and Saturday evonlngs, 7 to
8; Sundays. 10 to 12.
Charges for treatment very low.
All interviews and correspondence sacredly
confidential. No cases made public without
consent of patients.
The Bar Association, of Alexandria, held a
meeting yesterday evening and it was deter
mined to send a letter of regret and farewell
to Judge James Keith, who retires from tho
circuit court of this district.
Golden Light Lodge of Good Templars
held a box party in their hall last night and a
most enjoyable time was had.
John J. Nugont, a popular young mer
chant, and Miss Mary Traverswill bo mar
ried to-day at St. Mary's church.
Thomas Pullman nnd Miss Annie Evans
will also be married to-day.
Cards are out for the marriage of Miss Liz
zie Butler, daughter of C. H. Butler, of this
city, and Edgar M. Peterson, of Charlotte,
Thomas Perry says he is not and will not
be a candidate for mayor of Alexandria.
John Waller has recovered from his recent
Cnpt. William Taylor has resumed tho com
mand of the tug M. B. Hallow.
Frank Cook is rapidly recovering from a
severe attack of rheumatism.
Gen. M. D. Corse, the late commander of
tho Seventeenth Virginia Infantry, O. S. A.,
has recovered from his recent illness.
The Ladies' Sewing Society of Christ
Church will havo a reception in tho lectuie
room of the church on Thursday next.
INDULGED IN ORATORY.
Union Veteran Union, No. 2, Elects Offi
cers nnd Listens to Speeches. r
John A. Logan Command, No 2, of tho
Union Veteran Union, at a regular meeting
held nt its headquarters in tho Monumental
Hall last evening, re-elected its full corps of
officers, nnd under tho head of "good of
tho order," indulged its eloquence to tho ex
tent of a dozen or moro well-timed speeches.
The orators were Gen. Green Clay Smith,
dopartmont commander; William Irving,
Col. H L. Street. Major Stratton, Col. W. C.
Talloy, Col. Joseph, Clifford, Capt. Burke, of
Custer Command; ex-Department Commander
L. D. Bumpus, Llet. Col. Ed. Thomas, and
Comrades Bogia, Hooks, Brodorick, and
The order expects to have a big depart
ment campflro at tho National Rifles' Armory
early in Janunry.
Supreme Court Cases.
Supreme Court or the United States,
Tuesday, December 4, 1894. Present: Tho
Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Field, Mr. Justice
Harlan, Mr. Justico Gray, Mr. Justice Brewer,
Mr. Justico Brown, Mr. Justico Shiras, and
Mr. Justico White.
M. J. Donovan, of San Francisco, CaL, and
Frank Warner Angel, of New York city, wero
admitted to practice.
No. 12. Edward Byrne, appellant, vs. Tho
United States; assigned for argument on
Monday, tho 10th instant, at the foot of the
No. 30. Tho Missouri Pacific Railway Com
pany, plaintiff in error, vs. Tho State of Ne
braska, ex rol The Board of Transportation
of tho State of Nebraska: argument con
cluded by Mr. John F. Dillon, for the plain
tiff in error.
No. 97. Josephino P. Waldron, plaintiff in
error, vs. Mary A. Waldron; submitted by
Mr. William H. Barnum for tho plaintiff in
error and Mr. Charles H. Aldrich for the de
fendant in error.
No. 100., Jacob Miohols, appellant, vs.
Georgo P. Olmstead; submitted by Mr. John
D. Conoly for tho nppellant, and by Mr. John
L. Peak for tho appolleo.
No. 101. Robert T. Swan, trustee.! appel
lant, vs. John Hill, et. al.; submitted by Mr.
A. T. Britton and Mr. A. B.Browno for appel
lant. No counsel appeared for tho appellees.
No. 102. Stevenson Burke, et. al., appel
lants,vs. The American Loan and Trust Com
pany; argued by Mr. Stevenson Rurko for the
appellants, and by Mr. Benjamin F. Blair for
No. 103. Mary White et al., appellants, vs.
Frances M. Joyce, executrir, etc.? et al.; death
of Frances M. Joyce, executrix, and Ann
Joyce, two of tho appellees, herein suggested,
and case ordered to proceed without making
new parties, per stipulation, on motion of
Mr. William; John Miller for tho appellees.
No. 103. Mary While, et al., appellants, vs.
William John Miller, executor, etc., et al.;
argument commencod by Mr. Henry Wise
Garnett for tho appellants, and continued by
Mr. William John Miller for tho appellees.
Adjourned until to-morrow at 12 o'clock.
The day call for Wednesday, December 5,
will be as follows: Nos. 103, 693, 740. 741, 747,
7C3, 766, 512, 631, and 104.
Beautiful mantello photographs 82.00 per
dozen at Bishop's, 905 Pennsylvania avonuo.
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APPLEBY On Monday, Docember 3, 1S31, en
tered into rost, Ass H Minis, Deloved wifoof
Walter F. Appleby.
Tho funeral will tako ploco to-day at 3
o clock, from the residence, on vox. stroet, Mount
BYRNES-On Tuesday, December 4, 1S34, at
10:30 a m Annie Regenna, oldest nnd beloved
daughter of Michael and fearah estor Byrnes,
aped 20 years and 8 months.
Due notico of funeral -will be riven.
GORDON On Decombor 2, l9i. at residence,
153" Columbia street northwest, at 12:45 a. m.,
Rachel Taylou, widow of John Gordon.
Funeral will tako place from Foundry IT. E.
Church, Fourteenth and G streets northwest,
Wednesday. Decombor 5, 2 o'clock p. m. Friends
nnd relatives respectfully inrited to attend.
HENDLEY At tho residence of Jackson Yntos,
1SS Maryland avonuo southwest, on Monder,
December 3, 18W, at 10:55 p. m., William, be
loved husband of Mary A. Hendley.
Funeral services at Westminster Presbyterian
Church, Seventh street southwest, on Thursday,
6th instant, at 2:30 p. m. Relatives and friends
LEE In Nejr York city, on November 30, 1S94,
at 11:45 p. m.. Mart Auocsta Gadsby Lee, of
Washington, D. C, widow of Dr. William Loo
and daughter of the lato William and Mary Au
Funeral will tako place in Now York City.
MCCARTHY On Decombor 4, 1S04, at 3:30 a.
m., aftor a long and painful illness, Angela Mc
Carthy, in tho twenty-third year of her afte.
Funeral will tako place on Thursday morning,
Cth instant, at 0 o'clock, from the residence of
hor uncle, Michael Hallinan, 1350 Soven'th street
ROBINSON On December 3, 1SW, between tho
hours of 5 and S a. m., departed this lifo from
suffocation by gas, at tho residence of hor
daughter, Ello'Robinson (iuoenan, Mrs. Maria
Funeral fromEbenzor Church to-day (Wednes
day), Docember 5, at 2 o'clock p. m. Friends
and relatives aro invited to attend.
SHERWOOD On Monday, Docember 3,1894, at
6 a. m., Capt. Henry L. Sherwood, of heart fail
ure. Funeral services at his lato residence, Ana
costia Holghts, to-day (Wednesday), Decombor
5, at 1 o'clock p. m. Interment prlvato at Ar
lington National Comotory,
STADTLER On Monday, December 3, 1894, at
his residence, Tonnallytown, D. C, CnRiSTornER
Stadtler, aged seventy-five years eleven
months and Ave days.
Funeral will tako placo from St. Ann's Church
to-day (Wednesday), at 9 o'clocfc a. m. Friends
aro rospestfully invited.
Baltimore papors please copy.
NICHOLS & CO.,
Unkortakers and Embalmors,
Penn. ava and 2d st. se.; 'Phono 781-3, Capitol
HilL Prompt attention; roaconablo tortus.
Louvre Glove Go.
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IT IS lc
' -HH I Soils
to-day! And such a showing
as we have! Such beauty,
such variety, such worthful
ness. DESKS are ideal gifts.
Where's the womanly woman
who doesn't appreciate her
own little "sanctum" who
doesn't take great pleasure in
writing at her own desk?
But as to price we've got
ten that down as low as it can
consistently be throughout the
entire store. And wonderful
prices await those who think
LARGEST EXCLUSIVELY RETAIL FURNI
TURE, CARPET,, UPHOLSTERY, DRAPERY,
AND WALL PAPER HOUSE IN AMERICA.
11th St. and F.lS
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That's tho Inducement we're offering in our OPTICAL GOODS department And
j. our charges for tho glnses will bo exceedingly eas7 priced.
(5 Our Jewelry and Silverware Exhibit
jb. Is ,aa exceedingly handsomo ono and special price inducements aro to bo had
now. But whether you buy or not, well bo glad to have you coma la and look
J J. H. FLANAGAN,
S JEWELRY, WATCHES, AND OPTICAL GOODS,
0 530 Seventh St. Opposite Post-Office Dept.
Now's the Time
To buy coal. Get your winter's supply from
Riley. The best grades of fuel always marked at
the lowest figures here. How are these for rjrices?
Pine Wood, $4.00 a cord; Oak, S5.00.
placed here moans a consiaeraoi savins.
THOMAS W. RILEY,
FOOT ELEVENTH AND TWELFTH STREETS SOUTHWEST. TELEPHONE, 173L
Square Marble and Glass
His Marriage, Love-Lctters to
in Italy and Egypt, with fourteen
es he appeared at the time of
The Battle of the Pyramids,
The Crossing of the Alps,
The Battle of Marengo,
The Battle of Rivoli.
! figs! It iCw i- U KJQ"0
MM Magazine for December g , .
CIS Christmas Number 13 CIS.
Napoleon's First Battles
Recently published memoirs, documents, etc., for the first time render
possible a true, complete life of Napoleon. Much is new, and the history
is accurate, reads like a romance and is completed in eight months.
It is magnificently illustrated with the collection of the Hon. Gardner
G. Hubbard, made during fourteen years the cream of all collections
in the world. Eighty portraits of Napoleon at different period' if his
career, mainly painted from life, and 100 other portraits and pictures.
The Eight Napoleon Numbers CSTSST'isS4) $1-00
CONAN DOYLE &g
story connected with Napoleon.
PADPAP The Christ-Child in Art,
.rvrvAVrt-. iTith many pictures.
Portraits at various ages of Farrar,
Moody, Sankey and Bret Harte.
S. S.McCLURE, nFK&SS
.1 Is lore Attractive
Than a pretty faco with a fresh, hricht com
plexion? For it use
Licenses to marry wero issued yesterday
to the following: James Kelly and ITary
Francis. Albert Youst, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
and 3Iary Loheman, of Silver Hill, lid. Ward
W. Griffith and Alberta Beall. London
Shears and Lilio Ann Croton. Henry Turner
and Martha C. Contee, both of Woodvlllo,
Md. Odon E. Selby and Eulnlie M. Trevost,
of Anacostia. Lewis Kennie and Priscilla
Mndison. Albert L. Oalhout, of West Troy,
N. Y., and Maud Graff, of Decatur, X. Y.
Peter H. Johnson and Sarah Taylor. Benja
min H. Buckingham ana Margaret C. Free
man. Jackson A "Skinner, or Willinmsport,
Pa., and Annio K. Boiler. Dr. BoDJamln
Brown, of Chicago, and Kachel M. Gallagher,
of Decatur, III. Will Pica and Annio Banks.
Sam Klein and Annie Levin. Edward Perry
ana Lucy H. Chase, of Anacostia, D. U.
Joseph N. Lowo and Victoria M. Dove, both
of Montgomery county, Md.
Finoly finished cabtnot photographs $2.50 per
dozen at Bishop's, SW PonnayKanla avenuo.
THESE ELEGANT ALL-WOOL
Extra Pants and Cap to
Match. Entire Outfit
H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO
Cor. 9th and E Sts. N. W.
Pea Coal S4-.25
Chestnut Coal.... 5.00
Quick service honest weight
Stands, Center Market
jit. iienciauers niuecuua ai nan jUKraviajai
of the most attractive character for framing, I
portiouos. or guta is constantly reireshea Dy
monthly Importations, and will repay inspec
tion. Artistic and Appropriate Framing a
Josephine, his extraordinary Campaigns
portraits of Napoleon
After Paintings mostly from LIfa by
And other Famous Painters, i
D. L.. JtIOOOY Druonjond,-who
says : " There is perhaps no more truly
great man Irving than D. L. Moody."
The great achievement of Janes McPar-
umd. trosx aremvesot tae rmxertons.
and otter articles and pictures.
Fifteen Cents a Copy;
51.30 a Year.
Miss Maria Parloa
the use of
Extract of Beef
And she has written a
which will be sent frea
on application to
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Place. Xew York.
PABST BREWING CO.'S
l.s lUh ,hT MADE.
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