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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1894.
I $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 S6.00 French Patent Calf
Men's S6.00 Cordovan Congress
Men's S5.00 Calf Shoes, several
Men's $5.00 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
I Warm $
? Wrappers, ?
f One Lot Ladles' Cashmere 9
$ Delaine Wrappers, ?
? made Tea Gown effect, f
f perfect fitting, with full ty
9 front of All-Wool Cash- f
v mere irAperfect shades v
f of Red, Blue, Garnet, and 9
f Lavender. Very Large V
V Leg o'Mutton Sleeves V
f with deep cuff. Collar 9
? to match. Full, wide
v Skirt with deep hem. Y
T All sizes. f
f 3pecxal price, ?
q Upon first look you h
would conclude that
f the price of this Gar-
? ment is Five Dollars, ?
? it is so effective and J
1 rich-looking. It has k
Five Dollars worth of
$ style, to be sure. It is
9 the best exchange for ?
$ your money you will 9
I ever get in a Wrapper. 2
$ If dissatisfied with your
f purchase, come in and sa' $
f vou want your money and v
you get it V
f 4 .SA? w" only made when 9
f you get it home and it v
I 420, 422, 424, and 426 7th St.
?In overy way to do your market- w
ing at our stores. Goods always
o batisfartory Prices more than sj
Y satisfactory. Try us nest time.
f Emrich Beef Co.,' V
X Main Market and Grocery, It
V 1306-1312 32d Street,
? (telephone 347). 0
BRANCH MARKETS: V
I71S 14th St X. V. 21st and K Sts. N. W. ft
SB 202G Uth bt W. 2d & Ind. ava X. W. V
i, 4thandlStsNW 5th and I Sts. N. W. ft
W 6th and M Sts. X W 8057 SI St X. W. Y
A, aotu it A Pa. ave N. W. a
y 38th t. A. N 1 avo.N.W V
Sure that You're
We Tvant to get the ear of somebody -who
needs furniture somebody who -will ap
preciate easy payntents Christinas Is
almost here and there are af whole lot of
presents lo be bought these things call for
CASH. W e want to send the furniture and
carpets out to your bous sad 1ft you pay
f ir them a little at a time weekly or
with us Is Just a little way we have of being
sociable. We will duplicate the lowest
cash prices you can find anywhere in
W ashington no notes no interest.
We make and lay all carpet free
of cost. No charge for waste
In matching figures.
Flush or Haircloth Parlor Suite
SUd Oak Bed Room Suito, 813.
Sjilendid Brussels Carpet, 50a per
lieHablo Ingrain Carpet, 85c. pr
olM Oak Extonsion Table, $153.
0-pound Hair JIattress, ST.
"Woven Wire Springs, S1.75.
Heating and Cooking Stoves all
e1zj reliable makes.
. ', . !' Mreet Northwest,
! mid I Streets.
Wliai Is More Attractive
'n a pretty faco with a fresh, bright cozn
r:uon J for it use
L Sk r Mr
THE SHOPPrRS GUIDE.
Consult to-day's Tisins for full dotalls.
Lew Cnllisher Set of Solid Silver Tea
Julius Lansburgli Oak and Mahogany
Finished Table, 61.75.
S. Bleber An elegant-fltUng Kogent Cut
away Coat and Vest, 67.25.
Lansburgh & Bro. Ladles' Wrappers,
E. F. Droop & Sons New Upright Grand
Piano for $207.50.
Bobinson. Chery & Co. Sack Suits at
$12, 615 and 618. ,
Henry Frano & Son Get a Cardigan
Jacket for 61.48.
Slisfit Clothing Co. Fino Tailor-made
Suits and Overcoats at 610.
George W. Spier Solid silver, Waltham
movement, watch, only 69.
George Spransy The best Overcoat for
Baum's All the latest Books at cut prices.
Chas. Schneider i cents a loaf for Quaker
Grogan Plush and haircloth parlor suite,
622.50; cash or credit.
Arthur B. Smith The best Pea Coal 64.50
John F. Ellis & Co. Second-hand Organs
and Melodeonj,- $10 to 635, payable 62 per
Warren Shoe House Ladles' Button and
Lace Shoes, 63.50.
Wilklns &, Co. Lowest prices for the best
grades of Butterine.
House & Herrmann Furniture, Carpets,
Stoves, etc, sold for cash or credit at low
Eiseman Bros. The very best overcoat for
Emrich Beef Co. Orders by telephone re
ceive prompt nttention.
H. Friodlander Jc Bro. Men's Cheviot
Plymouth Rock Pants Co. The best tailor
made overcoat. $17.50.
Wash. B. Williams Oak Bockers $2.50.
New York ClothinK House Suits and over
coats at a great reduction.
The Famous Special sale of winter cloth
ing. W. B. Moses & Sons Costumers, $1.65
M. Kaufman Youths' suits, 66.85.
Garner & Co. Men's suits, 66.50.
Millard, Price & Co. Poultry at lowest
prices, 10c. pound.
Cracked wheat Cream.
Broiled chicken. Fried potatoes.
Crackers. Browned potatoes
Crescent rolls. Pickled plums.
Soft cookies. Tea.
Boast rib of beef.
Baked macaroni. Browned potatoes
Lima beans Olives.
Orange pudding. Fruit
One heaplne cup butter, one and one-half
cups sugar, two eggs, whites and yolks
beaten separately .three tablespoonsful of sour
milk, one small teaspoonful soda (dissolved),
and as little Hour as will make them stiff
enough to roll. Sprinkle with sugar and
grated nutmeg before cutting, pass over
roller, cut and bake a light brown.
Mr. Frank Furish, of Washington, and
Miss Maude Robins Haskell were married
last evening at the Methodist Church at Lan
bams. Mil., by the bride's father, the Rev.
Daniel Haskell, assisted by Rev. W. W. Van
Arsdale, of Washington. A largo party of
friends of the bride and groom went from
Washington, among whom were Mr. Charles
II. Bates, who was best man for the groom;
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Belt, Miss Belt. Dr. H. W.
Wiley, Dr. R. A. Bates, Miss Bates, Mrs.
Berthrong, Dr Lutimer, Misses Bradenbur"g,
Houk. Hutchinson, Nesbit, 3Irs. Garsuch,
MI33 Garsuch. The ushers were Mr. Smith,
aud Gorsucu. of Washington, and Mr. Harry
Bosley. of Harrlsburg.
The bride was beautifully attired in white
satin, accordeon pleated, chiffon around the
corsage. She carried a shower bouquet of
bride roses and lillies of tho valley. The
bride's going-away gown was red and black
novelty cloth, a fetching hat to match. Tables
wore arranged for sixty at the house of the
Dride, around which congratulatory toasts
and mirth abounded. Others present were:
Mrs. Bosley and Mr. Glover, of Harrisburg;
MissMorryman, of Baltimore; Miss Wilbon,
of Havre de Grace; Judge and Mrs. Brisooe,
of Hyattsville; Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Van Ars
dale, Mr. and Mrs. Duval. Miss Lucy Lanham,
Mr. and Mrs. Farish. Mr. and Mrs. Downs,
Miss Farish, Mr. and Mrs. Beckct. Mr. and
Miss Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, Mr. and
Mrs. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Turner.
Injunction Dissolved by the Court.
In the suit of George H. Tichenor against
Oliver R. Harris and the company of which ho
i3 president, to have a receiver appointed and
to enjoin the alleged proposed use of money
of the companyJinHarris'handthe injunction
recently granted was dissolved and a re
ceiver was refused. Tho company did some
paving in tho White House lot, and part of
tho money in question is pay for it.
Adams Sues to Collect.
Alfred G. TJhler, for the use of Sigmund J.
Block, yesterday, sued George F. Adams and
William Fegan for 61,500 damages. Adams
gave 61,500 bond, to carry a suit in which he
had been defeated by TJhler to the court of ap
peals. He failed to prosecute further and
Adams sues to collect
Sent Her Down as a Suspect.
A suspicious female, who gave tho name of
Laura Taylor, was sent to the workhouse for
sixty days by Judge Kimball yesterday. Laura
was found cruising about Georgetown trying
to fleece pensioners, and Policeman Passo
arrested her as a suspicious character.
Beautiful mantello photographs $?,00 per
dozen at Bishop's, 505 Pennsylvania ayonuo.
LOCAL NEWS OF ALL SORTS
The Weather To-dnv.
Fair; south winds.
Victims of Pension Pay Day.
On Monday tho Washington pensioners re
ceived their quarterly allotmont of monoy.
Some of tho old soldiers made good use of
their funds, but others drank too much flre
wuter and fell into tho hands of sharks, both
male and female, and were robbed. One of
the usual results, was seen in tho long pro
ccsbion of prisoners in the police court dock
yesterday. Among these unfortunates wero
Henry Hurley and Thomas McCauloy, who
attempted to sleep off their pension day jags
on the bidewalk of Twenty-first street north
west. They were awakened by Offlcor
Parliam, and paid the police court officials 65
eacli for their out-door lodgings. John,
Cumper, Goorgo A. Russell, Moliie Armstead,
Frank Putnam, and n list of others each paid
a V for similar offenses.
Annie's Husband Will Bo Arrested.
In tho caso of Annie Dunn, alias Annio
Gray, a shrivelled up old woman, charged by
Policeman T. J. Hanley with keeping a dis
orderly houso, on B street, between Twenty
second and Twenty-third streets," Judge
Kimball decided yesterday that as Annie was
living in tho house with her husband. th)
man and not the woman was answerable to
the law for the offense charged. A warrant
was thereupon sworn out for the husband,
tho case against the wife being dismissed.
Sued to ColIecrAU money Due.
Mitchell fc Reed yesterday sued William
A. Turner and others to colled for material
furnished for plumbing for buildings on lots
43, 44 and 45, square 72.
Jacob J. Decker yesterday sued W. V.
TIerney and others on a judgment for $175
and costs and asked that lot 8, square 637, be
sold to satisfy his claim.
Robert T. Dougias yesterday sued James
H. Smith and others to recover on a judg
ment creditors' bill for 6265. The sale of part
of lots 1 and 17 in squure 104, to satisfy the
debt, is asked.
Tried to "Touch" a Pensioner.
On the testimony of Cabman John A. Man
uel and Policemen FInther and Kilmartln, in
the police court yesterday, Frank Weber was
adjudged guilty of being a suspicious char
acter by Judge Kimball, and required to
give real estate bond in the sum of 6100 or go
to the workhouse for thirty 4ays. Web er was
discovered in tho act of taking money from
the pockets of a drunken pensioner while in
King David Lodge, No. 28, F. A. A. M., of
Brookland,D. C, on Tuesday evening elected
the following officers: William H. Stalce, W.
M.; J. Lewis Sherwood, S. W.; H. Mc P.
Woodward. J. W.; Dr. H. J. Penrod, secre
tary; John B. Lord, treasurer; Postmaster L.
G. Carmick. member of Masonic board of re
lief; John H. Small, member of St. John's
Mite Society, and C. H. Etz, William P. Arm
strong, and Dr. A. L. Jackson, proxies to the
He Slept Beside the Statues.
At an early hour yesterday morning, before
daylight, Policeman Roberts was surprised to
notice in the flickering glare of the electric
lights that there were Ave recumbent figures
surrounding the Garfield 6talue at the foot of
Capitol Hill. Upon investigation he dis
covered that while four of the figures were in
heroic bronze, representing tho "student,
statesman, philosopher, nnd warrior," tho
fifth was in flesh and blood, and only repre
sented., a hungry, half-frozen "hobo." John
Harney, poorer in this world's goods than the
illustrious Garfield was when he drove mules
on the canal. In the police court yesterday
Harney said he was homeless and friendless
and wanted to go to the workhouso. He was
accommodated with a thirty days' sentence.
Pair of Fighters Titled.
Josoph McCarty forfeited $10 collateral in
tho police court yesterday for assaulting
William Whalen, jr. For striking his wife
Robert Bowman was required to pay the court
$10 or go to jail for thirty days.
Endured Cruelty for Ten Years.
Julia Johnson yesterday sued Stephen
Johnson for a divorce. Johnson was for
twelve years prior to 1890 an employe of the
Bureau of Printing and Engraving, and until
a year ago ran a barber shop on Twelfth
street and later a pool room. For the past
ten years he has subjected her to brutal treat
ment. He has tried to cut her throat, to shoot
her, chopped up her trunk, in May, 1892,
drove her out of the houso in the rain, and
twice has forfeited collateral when she had
him arrested. She asks for custody of the
boy, restoration of her name. Howard, for
half the money from the sale of their house,
and for alimony.
President Dunlop Will Appear.
Acting President Dunlop, of the Washing
ton and Georgetown Railroad Company, has
made arrangements to appear in the polico
court to-morrow to answocvto the warrants
charging the company with operating 175 un
.More Trouble for Brawncr. .
John Brawner, who is alleged to have sot
flro to his oystei house in South Washington
on Monday night, will also be chnrged with
the larceny ot a 690 pension check from
Jame? Thornton, the old soldier who was
with him on the night of the flro.
Pearl Nccklnce Thief Held.
Judge Miller hold James T. Farrell. colored,
for the grand jury in 61,000 bonds yesterday.
He is charged with the theft of a pearl neck
lace valued at 61,800 from Sevollon A. Brown,
an attache of the Korean legation; also a col
lection of rare Russian, French, and Chinese
coins valued at $5.
Treasury Laborer in Trouble,
William J. Schuyler, a Treasury Depart
ment laborer, was held in 6500 bonds for the
grand jury by Judge Miller yesterday on the
charge of stealing a bicycle valued at 80
from Charles Francis Jenkins.
Lillie Would Not .Marry Him.
Lnndon Shears, a tall colored veteran,
swore out a warrant yesterday afternoon
against Lillio Ann Croton, a boxom colored
widow, whom ho alleges procured $7 of his
pension money under the promise that she
would marry him last night. Ho alleges,
however, that tho frail Lillie instead of buy
ing wedding cakes, wine and other things for
the ceremony, refused to keep her promise to
marry him and spent the amount for beer and
gin, with which she entertained Landon's
rival In her affections.
Police Courtasa Subject.
Rev. Adolos Allen, co-paster of Dr. Sunder
land's Presbyterian Church, occupied a seat
on tho police court bench besido Judge Kim
ball yesterday. It is said he was gathering
data for a sermon on tho dark side of life, to
be delivered next Sunday.
Elected its Ciyil Officers.
The Washington Light Infantry had its
regular annual election of civil officer's last
night The following wero elected for the
next ensuing year: Capt. C. H. Ourand, re
cording secretary; Capt. Allison Na'.lor,
jr., treasurer; L. M. Nunes. librarian and
J. R. Sutton, financial secretary. New mem
bers of the corps were elected as follows:
JesseB. Schafhirt. WilimraF. Slaven, LouisT.
Beinburg. John H. Jacobs, E. B. Sherrell.
Richard L. Lamb, K. G. Jolly. H. A. Lavisson,
A. 8,. Yollqr, Carroll Harbaugh, Allan
Bremnor. Roderick D. Watson, Charles Wiles,
A Story From Georgetown Which Will
The Following Bemarkablo Story of Mr. Rob
ert L. Johnson, Who Besides at 3332
B Street Northwest, Is Bnt
One of Many.
"I have been afflicted with nervous debility
for several years, trombllng on. tho slightest
oxcitoment, and suffering;tho greatest mental
agony. I was iu constant fear that some
thing was about to happen to mo. and was
unable to obtain tho proper nmount of sleep
aud rost at night, woko unrefreahed in tho
morning and experienced a constant gloomy
depression; tho thoughts of my weukenod
powers wero over present and added to my
despondency, which was aggravated by tho
consciousness that my follies and oxcessos
alono were responsible for my awful condi
tion. My nervous system wa3 shattered and
my will powor and ambition cone. I had so
often failed to obtain relief, either from many
physicians who had treated mo, or the adver
tised romodies I had purchased aud tried,
that I at last reacted tho conclusion that
suicido alono could end my troubles. Thank
God for my salvation, which camo like an in
spiration. After having read of tho many
wonderful cures performed by Dr. Walker. I
concluded to make one moro effort and went
to him and placed mysolf in his hands. I am
happj' to say I commenced to improve from
the very first day, and my improvement since
has been steady and continuous. My norves
have wholly regained their former strength,
and the trembling which nlmost entirely in
capacitated me at times from my, work, has
entirely ceased. I sleep well unci wake re
freshed; my mind has regained its cheerful
ness and life is again filled with hope and
ambition. I cannot speak too highly of Dr.
Walker and cheerfully recommend him to all
persons afflicted with disease. I reside at
3332 R street northwest, Georgetown. Have
lived in Washington iUte'en years and am by
trade a plasterer.
Signed. "Robeut L. Johnson."
J."L. Brower, esq., a gentleman well known
in the District, whoso word is as good as his
bond, says: "I have suffered from aggra
vated oonstipation, piles, and kidney trouble
for seventeen years, unable to obtain perma
nent relief. A friend persuaded me to place
myself under the care of Dr. Walker, and his
treatment was wonderful. From tho very
first day my improvement has been steady and
continuous. My homo is in Milesburg, Cefttre
county, Pa., but I am at present residing at
27 E street northwest."
No less remarkable than tbo above are a
hundrod other cases that might be cited
illustrating the unprecedented success of Dr.
Walker in the treatment of all disorders of the
brain and nervous system, diseases of the skin
and blood, catarrh, asthma, consumption,
dyspepsia, malaria, rheumatism, neuralgia,
hemorrhoids, diseases of women, loss of vital
ity.and all aflections of the lungs, throat, heart,
liver, stomach, kidneys, bladder, bowels, and
Young or middle-nged men suffering from
tho effects of their excesses should consult
Dr. Walker, who has been tho means of re
storing hundreds of such unfortunates to
health, strength, and happiness.
Dr. Walkormaybe consulted free of charge,
personally or by letter. His well-known sani
tarium at 1411 Pennsylvania avenue, adjoining
Wlllard'sHotol, is open daily for consultation
and treatment. Office hours, 10 a. m. to 5
p. m ; Wednesday and Saturday evenings, 7 to
8; Sundays, 10 to 12.
Charges for treatment very low.
AH interviews and correspondence sacredly
confidential. No cases made public without
consent of patients.
W. D. Cornwell, John C. Schneider, H. A.
BInndy. Herman Berger. George M. Colburn
and Colorado Dallas. Mr. Frank Finley was
electod an honorary member. The corps de
oided to have a parade on February 22, 1895,
nnd to invito nil members of the National
Guard having a parade uniform to join with
In Uncle Sam's Drac Net.
Tho ' Black Maria " yesterday brought to
court from the work houso and jail, John
Shea, Eugene Mercer and Bebeeca Williams,
who are alleged to have been engaged in the
illegal liquor traffic in South Washington.
After being taken into the police court United
States warrants were served upon them for
violating tho Internal revenue laws. Shea
and tho William's woman have been con
vlctod for violating the District liquor law
and are serving their sentences. Mercer is
in jail awaiting trial on a similar charge.
The hearing in tho United States cases wero
sot for tomorrow and bonds were fixed at
6500 each. Should they bo found guilty of
violating the internal revenue laws the
penalty fixed by tho statutes the lowest pos
sible sentence is 61,000 fine nnd six month's
Imprisonment, and from that to a 65,000 fine
and two year's incarceration.
Improvement in the Death Rate.
As receivod at the health department, the
reports of mortality lor tho la3t week show
an improvement of over 12 per cent as com
pared with those of the provious week. Tho
death rate for the whole District of Columbia
ran muc h below the annual average, the
rate being as 16.6 to 23.5 per thousand inhabi
tants. No special malady became prominent,
and no death from smallpox occurred. This
disease has not made its appearance in any
direction since the last roport, and there is
good ground for saying that it has been com
pletely controlled and extinguished through
out the city. The other dangerous conta
gious diseases are at such a degree of abey
ance as not to bB a source of anxiety, and the
genornl health of tho'clty may bo pronounced
Union Veterans' Union Election.
At tho regular meeting of W. S. Hancock
Command, No. 1, U. V. TJ.. last evening, tho
following officers wore elected for the ensu
ing year: Colonel, O. W. Sherwood; lieuten
ant colonel, C. G. Ballenger; major, A. A.
Rico; surgeon. E. S. Rathbun; chaplain, G.
W. White; adjutant, A. A. Forbush; quarter
master, A. B. Frisbie; officer day, W. C. But
ler, and officer guard, P. Kayne. The re
ports of the adjutant and quartermaster
show a marked improvement in the com
mand during the past year
All Left to the Children.
Sergeant-at-Arms H. W. Snow is executer
without bond of the will of late John D. Dar
noille. It loaves all his property to his chil
dren, William C. Darnoillo and Inda D.
Witness on the Stand Arrested.
"There has been entirely too much perjury
committed in this court of late," said Judge
Kimball yesterday ,as ho commanded a col
ored girl nnmed Clara Coats to be taken into
custody and locked up. Clara appeared in the
police court as prosecuting witness against
Charles Read, charged with profanity in tho
hallway of Garfield Colored Baptist Church,
on Aincer avenue southeast. Her testimony
was directly contradicted by several wit
nesses for Read, and Officer Green was di
rected to swear out an information oharging
tho woman with perjury.
Veterans Will Wear Stripes.
A pair of sad-faced voterans answered to
tho names of Patrick Finnegan and Chaun
cey Condon in Judge Kimball's court yester
day. They were charged with vagrancy, and
Officer Newkirk told the court they had both
been "fired out" of the temporary soldiers'
home on Missouri avenue because of their
habits of drinking nnd carousing. Tho men
do not receive a pension, but thay were
found playing tho Philllstine act with a num
ber of veterans who had received their quar
terly allotment. "All hands were boiling
drunk," said tho officer. Ten days in the
workhouse each was tho court's sentence.
Rupture Thoroughly Cured
whon our treatment is taken. We use tho
famous ROBERTS PROCESS, which hasn't
ns yet met with a single failure. Testi
monials from former patients Washing
touians cheerfully furnished. See us,
oven without money. Skillful physicians
trect both sexes.
National Hernial Institute.
Washington 1 X "ft CI- Opposlto
Branch, 14-Zl VJ Ot'tRlggsliouae.
mM m, MK5
Poles) a whole army of them
here, as pleasingly priced as
they are pretty as good arid
useful as they can be.
Tho regular $2.50 kind solid oak, birch
or mahogany flnlsh, with fixed pegs,
good, heavy base and stem, m.
Others at prices to suit all
and F. Sts,
9 I CONFECTIONER,
LL Cor, llth and F Sts, NW.
Theso popular Confections are prepared in
three grades at 25a, 40c and 60c. per pound.
Attractive packing and prompt delivery to all
parts of the city.
No connection with any other Wash
New three string Upright
Pianos in Ebony, Cherry, and
Walnut finish, with fine stool
and cover for only $250.00, on
easy monthly payments, or at
a handsome discount for cash
or short time. Every instru
ment fully guaranteed. Call
and examine them. Don't for
get our name and number.
John F. Ellis
937 Pa. Ave. N. W.,
Near ioth street.
Miss Maria Parloa
the use of
Extract of Beef
And she has written a
which will be sent free
on application to
Dauchy b Co., 27 Park
Place. New York.
BIG BALLOTING BY BRENT.
Reserve Pennies Make a Difference This
The feature in tho voting for the prize
piano yesterday was the big vote of Brent
School. There is a Rood deal of reserve
power and pennies in all the schools, and wo
shall yet see what we shall see. Whose turn
is it neit with a block of several thousand
Taylor i i,o8i
Madison 1,01 4
BuainegB High Scnool 314
Eastern High School 131
Central High School 29
Blair J... 19
Small wood 17
JohnF. Cook 8
Colored High School 5
The Times' Piano Contest.
The Most Popular Public School is:
(Name of School)
Suit on Its Third Trial.
The suit of Edwin N. Gray against tho Dis
trict for ?30,000 damages was taken up anew
before Judge McComas yesterday. Gray
owns a foundry and boiler factory at No. 316
to 322 Maine avenuo, and tho place was over
flowed by the Tiber Creek sower in 1889.
The case has been tried twico before. In the
first 68,900 was awarded and in tho second
Finely finished cabinet photographs $2.60 per
dozen at Bishop's, 903 Pennsylvania avenuo.
a y i y u n A
fu y n n u ft
I "What We Say's a Fact." I
Table, $1.75 J
If you need an odd
table that'll answer
most any purpose, this
is the one you vant. A
little odd in shape
top is 20x30 inches.
Has one shaped lower
shelf and turned legs
a well made, well fin
ished table. In oak or
mahogany finish. A
$2.75 article in every
particular. For a
couple of days we'll
test its trade-drawing
The Julius Lansburgh
Furniture & Carpet Co., f
New York Ave.,
Bet. 13th and 14thSts.
Licenses to marry were issued yesterday
to the following: Walter H. Webb, of Port
land, Me., and Katherlno C. Simons, of Au
burn, Me. Howard Clark and Mary Lee.
James G. Rowo and May Holland. Darby H.
Coon and Ella AV. Moreland. John S. Webb
and Ellen C, Green. Isaac Johnson and
Mary Lee. Isaac Butler and Florence Payne,
both of Prince George's county, Md. Walter
Bell and Mary "Whitley. Aia 8. Boyd, of Bal
timore, and Elizabeth P. Moore. TVilliam
Walsh and gMary 0. Korrls. Harry Byon. of
Herndon, "Va., and Mamie Henderson, of
Fairfax county, Va. George H. Smith and
Virginia Jackson. Charles E. Bowie and
Frances Jenkins. Charles Jackson and Emily
C. Poindazter. Murray T. Rhilton and Alma
Smith. Lewis Miller and Kate Denning.
John Briggs and Salllo Lewis.
McNAMEE LEN1HAX On Wednesday, No
vember 2S. 1S94, at St. Aloyslua' Church, by Her.
Fattier' Dolan, T. B. 3IcNamee and Miss J. C
Lexiban, both of Washington, D. C.
PKEVOST SELBT On Tuesday evening, De
cember 4. 1S94, at the parsonage of the ietro
Solitan M. E. Church, Waahinyton, D. C. hr the
ev. Dr. Jlncn Johnson, Odex E. Selbt to
.EULAUE Mat Pretost, both of Anacostia, D C
ROETSCHE OFFEXSTEIX On November 59.
1SW, at the Cathedral, St. Augustine, Pla.. by
Kev. Father Moore, Emil Roetschb, of Florida,
to Mary A. Offexsteix, of Washington. D. C.
WEBB SIMONS On December 5, 1591, at the
pareonage of Rev. Mr. Van Arsdale, Miss Kath
erixe c. Sijioxs to Mr. Waltkb H. Webb, both
of Maine. No cards.
BYRNES On Tuesday, December 4, 1S94, at
10.30 a. m.,AxxiEREOEXA, eldest and betoved
daughter of Michael and Sarah Nestor Byrnes,
aged tiren'y years and eight months.
Funeral vill take place from the residence of
her parents, o. 453 II street northwest, to
morrow tThursdny) afternoon at 2d0 o'clock.
Relatives and friends aro invited to attend.
Services at St. Patrick's Church.
DIGGS Lilian Frances Digos. beloved daugh
ter of Philip and Susio A. Dicgs departed this
life Tuesday, December 4, 1S94, at 9.30 1. m.
Funeral to-morrow (Thursday) at 2 o'clock
p. in- from parents' residence. No. Si D street
GROSS On Tuesdav, December 4, 1S!M, at 10
a. m., James F. Gross, beloved husband of Mary
A. Gross, aged seventy-seven years.
Funeral from Holy Trinity Church at 3 p. m.
to-day (Thursday), December 6. Friends and
relatives invited to attend.
HENDLEY At the residence of Jackson Yates,
4S3 Maryland avenue southwest, on Mondav,
December 3. 16SM, at 1035 p. m., Wiixiam, De
loved husband of Mary A. Hendley.
Funeral services at Westminster Presbyterian
Churcn, Seventh street southwest,to-day (Thurs
day), 6th instant, at 2.30 p. ni. Relatives and
IARDELLA The remains of the late Law
rence Buchanan Iardella will bo removed from
tho vault and interred in the family lot In Glen
wood Cemetery to-day (Thursday), December 6,
1801, at 3 p. m.
KERR On December 4. 1S94, at2p m.. Mart
Froi'ces. youngest daughter of William J. and
and Annie E. Js.err, aged two years and eight
Funeral to-day (Thursday), at S o'clock, from
parents' residence, 423 Twenty-six thstreet north
west. MCCARTHY On December 4. IBM, at 3:30 a.
m., after a long and painful illness, Angela Mc
Carthy, in the. twenty-third year of her age
Funeral to-day (Thursday). November 8, at 9
o'clock, from the residence of her uncle, Michael
Hallinan, 1250 SeTenth street northwest.
PniLUPS On December 4, ISM, Belle E.,
youngest daughter of Samuel J. Phillips.
Funeral services 2:i0 p. m. to-day (Thursday),
at Metropolitan M. E. Church. Interment Con
gressional cemetery. Friend3 respectfully In
vited. WILSON At 10:10 a. m. December 5, 1694,
Aones Amelia, youngest daughter of Jesse B.
and Annie A. Wilson.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
TVTKJHOLS & CO.,
1 Unkertakers and Embalmers,
Penn. ave. and 2d st. so.; 'Phone 7S1-3, Capitol
Hill. Prompt attention; reasonable terms.
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 prices?
2,24-0 LbS Chestnut Coai.." 5.00
Tine Wood! 84.00 a cord: Oak. 35.00. Guide service hones: -weight An. ordr
v placed here means a considerable saving.
i THOMAS W. RILEY,
FOOT ELEVENTH AND TWELFTH STREETS SOrTHWEST.
placed here means a considerable
Square Marble and Glass Stands, Center Market
Where to 8aue Money.
When we say onr prices are 23 per cent. lesa
than those of any Jewelry store in the city
WE CAN PROVE IT.
Come and see our STOKE, OUR STOCK and
if WILL. COMPARE
with any in tho city, and as onr expenses for do
ing business aro considerable less we can afford
to give you the benefit ITS WOKTH YOCK
WHILE TO INVESTIGATE.
A set of SOLID SILVER Teaspoons
A SOLID SILVER Sugar Spoon for
Apalrof Heavy SOLID COLD Spec
tacles for S2.50.
Well do better by you In quality and price
than any one else:
Equipped East Washington Jeweler,
225 Pa, Ave, S. L, Capitol Hill,
sometliing for notHng.
The opportunity to buy
all the FURNITURE
ERIES STOVES, etc.,
you want on credit
without an extra penny's
Another thing You
can divide the bill up into
as many payments as you
please make 'em weekly
or monthly. This plan
is designed to help you
and we want it to be of all
the assistance possible.
We don't ask for any
notes to be signed. A f
small payment at time of t
purchase, and your prom- f
ise, secure all this accom-
HOUSE & HERRMANN, t
917, 919, 921 and f
923 7th St. I
636 Mass. Ave. A
"Hurd's Name on the Box."
is a distinction enjoyed by the
few rather than the many. The
first impression is made by the
paper. If that is correct, a
good beginning has been
made. HURD'S PRINCE
OF WALES WRITING PA
PERS are the standard of ele
gance for all social corre
spondence. Cream, French
Grey and Beryl are the latest
tints all with the famous kid
finish writing surface.
"Hurd's Name in the Paper."
Good Table Board
Only $20 Per Month.
The Bellord" Is not only admir
ably located It's flrswjlass la all
It's appointments comfortable,
cosy, tastefully furnished.
Well cooked and well served
moalfl. Including lunch. $20 per
month. Luncheon from 13 to 230,
E2rSeparate cafe for ladies.
13th St. Bet. F and G.
John H. Stewart, Manager.
f ItULoii't) 1
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. TELEPHONE, 1734.
A. HeitmuIIer&Co., 1333 !4thst. nw.!
Jit. UDlhUlUUCl SkUUOw.u ..- & 0
m ia tniu. n tMfhvA phnracter for iraminiT.
portfolios, or gifts is constantly refreshed by
montnir importations, auui iovjr ""f""
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