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8r5-JWWSirr'?e'' v THE WASHiaTGrTQlN' TiMETlFEDkESDAY, MAX 15. 1895. ' S.KSXS-'jr-T"' 5 Lansburh & Bro. ITKEPTUSGOI Since early Monday Morning without inter mission. Shoppers have come from every where. Our shipping clerk said "we have never sent so many bundles, even during Christmas times." Even with our extra force of sales people we've been pushed, but take it good naturedly. if you are forced to wait a few minutes the bargains will fully repay you. MORE MERCHANDISE UNLOADED -YESTERDAY. 7ic per yard for a choice of 500 pieces of Duck, in Navy Blue and all stylish colors. 5c per yd. for Check Nainsooks worth 8c. 47-Inch French Nain sook, the softest and sweetest of all wash ma terials, at HALF PRICES. The 40c quality, 20c. 50c. quality. 25c. SI quality, 50c. Infants' Lawn Q Caps, worth 15c. C P OUR OUT-OF-TOWN FOLKS can procure any of these goods by sending- their order at H once. DELAY INVITES DISAPPOINTMENT. H All Alexandria packages will be delivered same ?! day of purchase. HI A daily visit to our store during this great sale iH will swely prove productive ofg?'eat results. 420, 422, 424, We're First Rajte Hands at arranging payments ueenat it for nlmort tlilrty years; -we've built a bijj tore here sold lots of furniture and made a llttlo money toy lelnj: decent mid accommodating to our cus tomers. We want to tell you before we uo a otop further that your credit Is jood makes no difference-whetlier you want an eay cbalr or a ivlioleto.ouMi , f ul of lurnljturo and carpets. How Are You Fixed for a refrigerator tills summer-Wnntoiio? We'dbavo ro admit tbat the Kbrtb. Star was bet oven If we didn't ell it tll you -why it's best; it's cork-filled the Interior is of jjnlvnnlzed steel not zinc and its perfect drainage cnrrys off all drippings from the ice leav ing the air cold and dry took flrnt prize at "World's Fair. "Want some mattlnjr? There are a thousand rolls here for you to select from tblnktliat'jscnougb? "We'll tack the mattlnsT on your floor Just say "thank you" when it's done same with the carpet we will make It and lny it free of cost no charge for waste in matching; figures. 300 baby carriages almost a hun dred parlor suites and a forest of bod-room furniture is hero waiting for you. A nodof your head and a little cash weekly or monthly buys anything in the house. Our credit prices are other people's cash prices no notes no interest. ; (jROGAN'S MAMMOTH 819 CREDIT 821 HOUSE, 823 Between H and Seventh Street N.I. Sts. We soil a GAS RANGE we connect It and guarantee ours to work, from email pipe in your kitchen. Fullest Variety Gas Stoves From 75c to $49. MUDDIMAN, 614 12th St f f f t 4 4 4 4 i f Gas Ranges Comfort Is uppermost ia your miud Just now Doing the cook- A Ihr tvlth the least beat possible 6 doing away with the coal Ore A and substituting a Gas Rango 9 oucht to bo your first "more." A Pick It from the largest stock in B this city. We will keep it in ro- A pair one year froo. 0 2-burnec Gas Ranges. SIS up. 4 8-uurner Gas Rango, $18 up. 4-burner Gas Range, $20 up. Jk Gas Appliance Exchange & 1428 New York Ave. A 4 Laundry Established July, 1879 A new thing, practical, and at the sace time co6ts nothing, is worth trying, is It not? "We bare It, viz.: Soft, pliable, ANTI-SWEAR BUT TONHOLES on all collars. Tolman Steam Laundry, 491 to 493 CStKW. Embroideries worth 8c and 10c yd. for 5c. Those worth 1 2c and 15c at 8c. Those worth 39c yd for 25c. 25c Silk Mai in e Veiling for 10c yd. During1 this sale we continue to sell Woodbury's Facial Soap, 21c Cake. The regular price is 3 Cakes for SI.00. Infants' Ribbed Shirts, worth 25c C 426 7th St DIED. COOPER On Tuesday, May 14, 189G, at l 40 a. m.t George, beloved husband of Angle Cooper, aged sixty-ei;;p.t ears. Iruneral private, from Ins late residence 9-1 Maryland avenue southeast, to-morrow, 10 30 a. m Interment at TJuion cemetery, Alexandria, V. ,cGorFF5D"At 12-30 a- m- iI&y is, 1895, Rebecca A. B., wife of "William II. Gaffora. Funeral will take place from her late residence. Graceland cemetery, to-morrow, the lGtli instant, at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully mvited to uttond. rmPSYTb0 rema,DB of the late TUIliam " . Kinsley will be buried from the vault of Mt. Olivet cemetery to-day at 3 p. m Friends and relatives invited to attend. McEI.LIGOTT On Monday, May IS, 1895, at 8 o'clock a. m., Patrick J., the beloved husband of Maggie Mclilligott, nee Flynn, aged twenty-eight years, a native of County Kerry, Ireland. Funeral will take place from his late residence, G13 I street southwest, at 8.30 a. m., to-day, thence to St. Dominic's Church, where requiem hihg mass will be said for the repose of his soul. Friends and relatives are respectfully invited to attend. MEADER Departed this life on May 13, 1895, &t 2:37 p. m., Mary O.Meader, beloved wife of H. L. Meadcr, aged thirty-five years and eight months. Funeral to-day, at 3 o'clock p. m from ber late residence, 537 Eighth street southeast. Friends and relatives respect fully invited to attend. MOR1TZ At 10:30 a. m., May 14, 1895, X,ucy F beloved wife of W. T. W. Aioritz. Notice of funeral bercafler. ROBINSON On Monday, May 13, 1895, at G.3G a. m., at bis renidence, 1155 Seventeenth street northwest, after a long illness, Peter F. Robinson, In his fif ty -sixth year. Funeral from Calvary Baptist Church, Eighth and II streets, to-morrow, May 16, at 1 o'clock p. m. Relatives and friends and members of Nineteenth Street Church are invited. Those wishing to view the remains will call at the residence. SELECMAN Departed this life May 13, 1895, at 4a.m., MarieLouiee.onlydaughter or Louise S . and John T. Selecman. Funeral from the residenceof herparents, 1408 Corcoran street northwest, to-day at 2 p. m. Relatives and friends are iuvited. SMITH Marshall Smith died May 13, 1895, at 7 45p.m., aged thirty-seven years, son of late Ellen Smith and brother of John, "William T. and Henrietta Smith. Remains at 210 L street northwest. Notice of funeral hereafter." TALBDRG On Tuesday, Mav 14, 1895, at her residence, 1601 New Jenev avenue northwest, our beloved mother, Mrs. A M Talburg, aged eixty-four years and ten months, born in Reuningen, Wurteuibenr. Germany. Funeral to-morrow, May 16, at the house at3p.m.,thencetoZion'sLutherauOhurch, Sixth and Pstreets northwest, at3:30p.m Relativesandfrieiidscordiallyinvited. THORNTON At Garfield Hospital, May 13, 1895, at 3 30 a. m., Mariana, wife of P. W. L. Thornton, and daughter of the late Dr. Eicon Jones, of Fairfax C. 11., Va. Funeral and interment at Fairfax C. H ', Ta.t to-day. UNDERTAKERS. W1 'RIGHTS UNDERTAKING KKTAniTrr mpnt. 1337 Tenth strAot nnriinrut o i attention to embalming. Upon day and ulcht Phono, 703. mr3-3ruo T WILLIAM LEE, n , . CNnEKTAKER. 8 Pennsylvania arenuo n orthwest. First class service. Phone 13s5 Jo4-Gmo ?UAUlW!M only $5.73 ton. rurenndrlHftn OIIITIUrVil! ARTHUR B. S1IITU, main UUAL Vhono 1077. office, Mass. ave. and P at. no., ana vin anu h. sts. aw. ILLSBDRY'S BES Is Better Is the universal Terdict Tho consumers are our best advertisers. Pillsbury's Best isthe Best T FLOURS MISSES BRICE'S OUTING They and a Party of Friends Will Tour France on 'Cycles. Announcement Tbat Airs. Stanley Mattliows Is to TVed Gen. Curtis. Mrs. Dahlsiron Going Away. Tho Misses Bricc, daughters of Senator Brice, have mapped out a most delightful programme for tho summer tiiat is more than likely to bo followed by numbers of k their friends in Washington society. This programme is one that lias been made pos sible only by reason of their untiring ef forts during the past few weeks. It Is none other than a bicycle tour of the rural districts of France. This will be made in company with quite a large party of friends, whom they will join Immediately upon their arrival in Paris, for which city tht-j will sail July 3. The party will bo well supplied with kodaks, and expect to bring back to this country with them such a collection of pictures as would not be possible to obtain In any other manner, and whicn on that account will bo of unusual value. The most plcturesqueliighwnyaand byways of Franco will bo visited by the bicycling party, especially those remote sections of the country to which the modern rnll ways have not yet penetrated. As all of tho party speak French fluently there will be comparatively little difficulty in un derstanding the patois of tiio various dis tricts through which they will pass. For tho past two auniuiert, mo .Misses Brice have travelled abroad in the manner that wealthy Americans ubuuiiy seo the Continent, bo tiiat the present dupartuie from tho conveutioual will be all the more enjoyable. Tho trip will occupy the entire summer. In anticipation of it tho joung lacJs who will take part in it are now having somo vej-y pretty bicycling cos tumes fashioned wherewith to dazzle the eyes of the peasantry of Frauce. Mr. Jackson, son of Justice Jackson, will shortly be married to Miss Caroline Dickson, daughter of the late Mr. Charles Tajlor Dickson, of Cincinnati. The mar riage will take place at the residence of the mother of tho bride-elect at "Walnut Hills, Cincinnati. One of the leading Now York papers re cently announced an engagement of more than usual Interest in Washington. This is of Mrs. Stanley Matthews to Gen. Cur tis, of OgdeiiRburjr, N. X. Accordlug to the authority stated, the marriage is srrou to tako place. Gen. Curtis has a splendid military record, having been suc cessful In storming Fort Fisher, arter tho failure of Gen. Butler to capture that for tification. Quito reccutly Gen. Curtis lias been promiueiitly before tho public on account of the stand he has taken in re gard to his efforts to abolish capital pun ishment. Mrs. Julian James will Eail next week to spend thesunuuertravellngonthecontiucnt. Mrs. Hunt, mother-in-law of Paymaster Michler, U S. N., will fail for Europe on Saturday to spend the summor abroad. Mrs. Michler will take her joung family to At lantic City for the early portion of tho fiumraorandthengolatortoNarragansettto remain until the autumn. Mrs. Dahlgren will leave on Thursday, ac compaiiitd oy her daughter, Mrs. JoMah Pierce, to ppeud the summer at her homo on South Mountain, Md. Her eldest daughter, Baroness von Overbeck, who has been visiting her since tho autumn, is now in New York visiting. Bhc will remain in this country until August, when she will re turn to her home and family in Germany. Marriiijio Licenses. Licenses to marry were issued yesterday to the following: John Tyler and J:iiza Thomas. Louis Jackson and Bello Clark. William H. Thomas and Lizzie Jones. Wil liam H. Banks, of Fatereou, N. J., and Lasetto L. Jackson. Charles West aud Susie Washington. Richard H. Burgess and Luciuda A. Lewis, of Spottaylvania county, Ta. Peter Cunningham and Sarah Brown. William Thomas aud ltnch ael Evans. Randolph M. Fell and Georgia V- Ray, of Linden, Md. Bernard Shaffer and Georgia Wilson. Lewis T. Morgan and Elniira E. Adams. John H. Leo and Annie C. Dorsey. John Slade and Martha A. Hunter, both of Bennings. Wil helmina Younge, of Wilson, N. C, aud Carrie Sternborgcr, of Danville, Va. Wil liam Harrison and Mary Carter. William Thomas Mackall and Minnie Caspar Howard. Joseph Green aud Ada Washington. Wil liam Hooper and LiUio Scott, Fauquior county, Va. Samuel A. Gloyd and Sarah A. Cicmonts, both of Montgomery county, Md. Joseph C. Thomas aud M.iry E. nel son. James W. Walter and Virgio A. James. William E. McGraw and Sadio Cordelia Coe, both of Loudoun county, Va. William Watts and Mollio Brown. Wil liam Hobbs and Richetta Metz. William Perkins and Ella Horsley. John D. John Bon and Elizabeth Waters. Cornolius Par ker and Charlotte Savage. George C. Queen and Henrietta Russell. Samuel B. Taylor and Addie E. Stone. Robert Jones and Eliza Jackson. Theodora Gray aud Jennie Nowman. Thomas Harris and Annie McKcnzie. "Youiij; Men's IienKue. Tho second regular monthly business meeting of the Young Men's League of Ver mont Avenue Christian Church was held In the chapel of tho church last evening. The president. Mr. E. G. Siggers, presided, with Mr. Asa Piper acting secretary. Favorable reports were read by the chairmen or the various committees In charge of la,t Mon day's sociable. The league was orgau izedlastnionthandalreadyhasquitealaige membership. The committees are com posed as follows: Executive, E. G. Siggers, president; R. A. Balderson, vice president; Russell Barnes, treasurer, and George W. Stose, secretary. Press, Win. B. tttokes, M. A. Carleton and C. W. Shelton. Finance, Wm. B. Cragg, Howard Barnes and Wilfred Thompson. Programme, Russell Barnes, Ottmer Saum, R. A. Balderson and C. L. Reynolds. Visiting, J. G. Thompson, J. S. Vanarsdalcand Wm. Jones. Reception, Asa Piper, Wallace Allen, Do Forest Gray, Perry Hahn and Wm. Scliell. Steamer Moseley I'nrolinsed. The People's Transportation Company, throughitspresident.JohuW.Patterson.has completed negotiations for tho steamer Jane Moseley, and she will leave Baltimore in time roarrlve in Washington to-night. Charged "witU Brutal Assault. Dauiel Byrnes, aged fiity-five years, a printer, was arrested last evening by Orricer Lightfoot on the charge of brutally Mriking Henry Smith, a ten-jear-old boy, across the lace with a largo walking cane. Pinched! The advertisement so headed, which appears on another page of this paper, announces the fact that the New York Clothing House, 311 Seventh street north west, is seriously in need of funds with which to meet payments which will, it is stated, shortly fall due. This concern, it will be remembered, was luken over by its present owners early in the year aud the large pecuniary consideration was paid at once in cash. Finding themselves now very seriously in need of lunds the proprietors have decided to adopt heroic measures to raise the needed amount, and Uiey will commence to-day a sale atouce unpaial leled iu the hi&tory of Uie house audremark ablefor the terrlficuttuatls made inprlces. The goodB offered are the finer grades, and the prices published assure prompt and ready response from tho purchasing public. Only six days remain in which to got a "Times" gift book with- a monthly subscription. Bette frub scrlbo now. t . 1 'tkf I? LDHES MARVEL We Find Ourselves Forced by Accumulations Into a T dot J'ULIJ.S Ctllil XjJliAO OdXVI This means that we have (as It were) sifted the contents of our tvo great stores and weeded out bargains for Immediate sale at prices so far unknown to Washington shoppers. It means that we shall place on separate tables to-morrow In our two stores the result of days of work of assembl ing every broken lot every Incomplete part of our stock all odd sizes all slightly damaged goods all our recent bargain purchases and offering them In a word practically giving them to our customers: Millinery Wonders. S2, $1.50, 91.75 Hats 33Q- Thin BceaiB Incredible, but neuitho Icss we otter you all kinds nllcolors In Milan Braids, Cliip Braids, Taney Hraldnr Jlalr Braids, lleiilnl llralds for ladles, rnlaces And children. Regular $2, $1.50, $1, 75c. Hats and a lnnicr Mlectlon than the entire stock or most i houses. All at .. .. . . BOTU 8T0HE8. SI. 25 IiOghorns nt SQc. These were a lucky purchase, so wo otter you Gcrlune. Imported Leghorns for ladles, misses and children. In all v, ldth brims , all sizes. Can't ue dupll- , caled under SI. 25, Now yours at JiOTIl BTOHK3. 7 5c. nnd 50c. Hats at 1QO. ' Just a limited lot of the -cry latest shapes, in braids, plain and fanoy, all colors, Including hats, at only ye Sailorsl! Sailors! I Trimmed Sailors. 3LQo. Louies' nnd Jllsscs' Trimmed. Trilby Sailors, with silk ribbon hand, in all steps,, blqc,U9, , blue , and-'-wnito. Other denlors ask 30c Cur sate prico nOTH STORES 75c. Scnuetto Sailors, 4S Very nretty Ladles' and Misses' ssM' well ,.OClC ft lore U Trimmed Soiuietto Sailors, in swell Knox shapes, fIlk (rlbbon band, black blue, brown and while, all sizes, than cheap at BOTH STOBE3. TsuvMAnrr to a box. Employed ny Outlaw Track Follow er's, HeTS Cruelly Autmdoned., , An instance of the inhumanity of the followers of the Alexander Island race track turned up at police headquarters last night. Charlc3 "W. Sprang, a fourteen-year-old white lKy -was brought into the detective office by Mr. Ellis Blondhoim, of Eison man & Bros., who asked Sergt. Burns if they could provide a place for him and send him home. Mr. Blondhoim was accosted by the boy in irutu or t oalry luucli room on aiMU street: He sard that ho- wa& f lom. Phila delphia, and came here three weeks ago with a horse uwner named Thompson, and after working amoug the latter's horses foracoupleof weeks was discharged. lie asked Xer his pay, but that was re fused him. and he was left in a Btrange place without money or friends, and he said that Thompson even refused to send him back to Philadelphia. For nearly a week he slept around the race track and on a canal boat, but last ulght found aim stranded in the city. Mr. Blondhoim bought the boy a supper and provided him with money for a night's lodging. He will bo taken to Sanitary Of ficerFrank this morning and will probably be sent home. BUUGLAHY HIS TltADE. "Walter Holiday Cauulit in tlio Act of Robbing a Houfeo. "Walter Hohlday, colored, twenty years of age was arrested lastcvening by Officer llerndon, of the Third precinct, on sus picion of having committed the recent numerous robberies in the neighborhood ot Fourteenth and L streets. Tho man, vhen caught, was in a third story bedroom ot Mrs. J. P. Lothrop's home, at No. 1340 L, street northwest. He was discovered by a colored domestic, who locked the intruder in the room and sent for the police. Officer Henidon re sponded and landed the man In No. 2 station. Upon searching him a lady's gold watch, valued at about $100, was lound in a coat pocket, and later a razor, supposed to have been dropped by the man, was discovered in the hallway ot Mrs. Lo throp's bouse. ,f Before taking Holfday to the station house the officer took him to the resldeuce ot several persons whoso houses had been burglarized, and he wap there identified. Among those who 'recognized him was Mii-s Geddes, residing .Fourteenth street, uenrl, who avers tbutltiiwas he who awak ened her about two wreks ago aud then, as ''polito as Chtsterfleld" bowed himtelf out aud escaped. i ( BURGLAR ARMED'7FOR MURDER. Fortunately Inmnrteso Dr. Tancll's House Slept' as He Stole. A dangerous and 'no doubt desperate burglar visited tlic residence of Br. A. TV. Tancll, No. 2111 ,PcnnsjlYauia--aVenuc northwest, between 2 and 3 o'clock yes terday morning. Entry was gained to the bouse through a roar door. Tho housebreaker, after visiting sev eral rooms, all of which had sleeping occu pants, found a $10 WH-and'Somo "small change, which he seized upon and departed. Later In the morning the doctor found a tmruen-iiten huichor Uulle m rji. wood shed, which had no doubt been dropped by the burglar-in his; flight. -" - . Had any of the family been awakened by the fellow ho would no doubt have used the knife upon them. The case has been reported to Inspector, ot Detectives ' Halllnberger. y Dishonest Servant in Court. "Hattie Ford, a colored servant, was tried In the police court yesterday charged' with grand larceny of $140 fromher em-i ployer, and held In $500 security for tho grand Jury. m dlita tho. Ltatiiltnrr ft tYin T.OQmi dubs on a JT-lmes Baseball coupon. ' " " fa NK Jh . Jf bV Jf m . '814 Seventh Street and SX Plnenpplo Sailors, 6So. Extra bargain this Trlmmid Pine apple Ilrild Bailors, silk ribbon band, leather sweat band, the Knox shapes, sold scnerully at $1 elsewhere. This sale at.. .. Jet crowns, for hat trimmings, worth 38c..l2o. 51.50 nnd SI Gloves nt 46J. An odd lot or button Genuino KM Gloves, 5& to groat value, grays :i tans, blacks. A low 7th st only. Now For Skirts. S3 Cropon Skirts, SX-3Q- Try and thing ot a Fine S3 Crepon Alrt. lined throughout with camoric, err handsome lndecd.Ttill width. at- will, there are lust 25 at therldlcalous Price for scch good of S5 and S4 Sklrtn at Sl-98. Now, to end this bun. siaaKuuri, we offer balance or 5u anu $4 crepon. Serge and Flannel skirts, very choice, nade In the latest fashionable style and full width at your cnoice.... BOTU blOKES. AVc have unnched together for this sale 100 dozen ot chotc- Muslin Under wear, Gowns, hklits and Drawers, trimmed with cambric, cotton lace and embroidery; Bklru with wide flouncing of lace and embroidery, Draw ers with torchon nnd embroidered raf fles. Gowns .lth round yoke's ot tacks and embroideries, wide rnfnes over Bhouldtrs. The regular price was from . C6c. to $1 00 the average nearer the I dollar mark Now all yours at 7th st. only National UnU err.lt y Confers Diplomas Upon a Jfumber of Them. The commencement exercises ot the medical aud dental departments ot the National University were observed last night at Mebserott Music Hall, aud the ranks ot two professions received new recmits. Three ot the medical and one of the den tal graduates were"Tadles, and the appear ance of each ot these was the siguul for a perfect 6torm of applause, though the audleuce was not a bit stingy in welcom ing the sterner sex. Rev. Josiah B. Perry nude the opeulng prayer, arter winch Prof. AVllllum Mercer Sprigg, if. D., ora tor of the occaslou, was introduced, aud made an admirable address. Ex -Mayor Matthew Q. Emery, vice chancellor of the umverrary, conierred the degrees on the graduates. Harry Jerome Allen, D. D. S., M. 1)., delivered the vale dictory. The graduates in medicine were Harry Jerome Allen, District of Columbia; IJewellyti F. Davis, Maine; Frank Doug las Magnus, Connecticut; Ella M. S. Marble, Maine; Alfred Bowe Penuiman, Illinoib; Ella Frances Iteyburn, District of Columbia; Eugenia Reyburn, District of Columbia; Charles St. V. Zimmerman, District of Colunioia. The dental graduates were: Harry Jeroino, Allen, D. C; Llewellju F. Davis, Maine; Harry Porter Davis, Virginia, "Wil liam "W. Hodges, Pennsylvania; Frank Doug las, Magnus, Connecticut; Albert E. Mc Connell, U. C; Ambler A. Marstelier, Vir ginia; Vi'illiatn D. Moore, Virginia, Nora Moyer, Pennsylvania. ART "WITH YOUR COCKTAIL. Tho Craze for Pictures and Curios In tlio Decoration of Modern Saloons. Pictorial and other "art" attractions ot the modern saloon have evidently been found to pay thelt way as drawing cards, says the Now York "World. Some ot them aro really extra ordinary. In pictures the subjects range all the way from those highly wrought specimens in which the "preponderance ot tue nude" is the main feature to the highly improper specimens from French publications. Tho intermediate ground knows all shade and colors. One saloon keeper has had living pictures as a back-room attraction. An other man makes a specialty of old theater programmes. Still another, in whom tho soul of Aubrey Beardsley must echo, has taken to displaying posters whose decadent tendency would make Max Nordau weep. The chop houses, whoso proprietors seek to persuade the swell young man that they are the Savarsng ot Bohemia and their re sorts its middle distance, have long been noted for collections of old paintings, piogrammes and paraphrased mottoes of good cheer. The character of the habitues of many a place is shown by the photographs which cover the walls. If theatrical or pugilistic or musical or political, you Tniow jus,t the kind of people who drink there. Even the antiquarian will be able to find a drink ing place the furnishings of which are ehar aracteristlc of his favorite hobby. Up on the Kmgsbndge road is a saloon whose owner goes in for relic-hunting. He dis plays many Indian and revolutionary relics. One saloonkeeper in Harlem has a rail lor collecting canes. He gets them trom his customers. He has many old bhillalahs and some aboriginal war clubs. There is a cane which belonged to John BBoyle O'Keilly, acannro ball found twentyfeetundergnmnd when the excavations t'or the Pulitzer Building were being made, a beaded Indian vest which belonged to "Johnny-on-lhe Spot," a cowboy who was in Crook's corps when the Custer massacre took place, and a watch which was found at Hinckley after tho fire had melted it into a lump. There are foils which belonged to Edwin Booth, othcrawhlch belonged to Dav enport and a stiletto whicli figured in the Second avenue riots some years ago. Here you may also find baseballs used by tho Now Yorks during the last three seasons. Many other odd things aro Jite.0 on exhibi tion. ! Guess tlio standinc of t.lia "L.pjiii clubs on a Times P.a&obull coupon. C 'ifi m. i I " i - BOCTOKS AUD DKNTISTS. c'2:$&&t ' &4r&S&. tm , m m Wonderful Itarjralns in Point Venice and Oriental Luces. A wonderful lot of Tolnt Venice Laces, from 3 to ! leches wide 25 patterns to select from. Regular price has always been from lCc. to 25c. In white, cream und butter. At this sale only.. .. And think of Finest Totnt "Venice and Oriental Laces I to 10 Inches wide always hare been 23c. to 3Sc. and great value at that In white, cream and butter at only.. .. .. .. .. .. 7th st. only BUT NOTHING HEATS THIS. CAI'EB THAT ViXRE SlO, $8, so, and S5 AT 3.40 ThUsuperMotot Flnc.Plalnand Uaudsouieir Embroidered Capes, In elegant effects, thecream of tur stock; would take too much space to do Justice here. You must see tfcem, and we know you flll. As to Capes. Thoy como In for tho worst of It In this sale as far as prico Is concerned, hut thon that's the best of It for you, of course. Thero Is no halfway; like our Skirts, tho Capes must go, and Trill go ex euch prices $2 nnd Si. 50 Cape-3, 790. This Is extraordinary' For we offer you Fine All-wool Cloth Cdpes. In black, blue, brown, tan and red, single or ' doulle. full iwcpi, and all. but don't think they'll lost at. BOTU STORES. 715 Market S For weeks our storo has been in tho hands of the builders, tearing down walls, changing departments, building now shelving, in short, an entire reno vating of the store. The bjglnning of the end Is here and ia a very short time iho New Boston Variety Store Will bo ready for your inspection, en larged, remodeled and restocked. To clean ont old stock before the new comes In, we have CUT THE PRICES ALL ALONG THE LINE. Picture Dept. 1D0 Pictures, which have been used for decoration on oar main floor. 12.00 Pictures, 6.1n. Oak and , Silver Frames ?I.OO S1.79 Pictures, Silver and Oat Florentine Frames 5- 3L49 Pictures, White and Gold , 4-in. Frames 5 $1.49 Pictures, Oxidized -t-ln. Frames. O-'" Umbrella Dept. SaOO Taffeta Silk Close-roi:- sn ing Umbrellas 2.00 2 00 Union Silk 26-in Um- brellas ?5 f 1.50 23 and SS-ln. Gloria Um- brellas JpI.OO Soap and Perfume Dept. SPECIAL PRICES FOR TO-MORROW. Cutlcura Soap IOC Ball GlycerlnoSoap 3C White CastileSoap, full bar 35C Java Rieo Powdor. I9C Perfumed Almond meal..... 2IC Hoyt's Cologne, 10c, 3 for. 25C 4-oz. Violot Water 2IC 8-oz.BayRum 2IC Trunks. Don't Duy one till you havo aeon oar nowllao. Boston Variety Store s EMMONS S. SMITH, 705, 707, 709, 711 Pa. Ave. :-Jxx xxioi susv.n WOMAN'S JSLISSlOXAllYTnN'lOX. Addresses by Ts'orkors From Cuba, umua anu nearer Jiomo. Thesecoudday'ssesslonofthe&eventecnth annual convention of tho Woman's Mis sionary "Union, a Baptist society, was held yesterday in Calvary Baptist Church. Di vine service, led by 2drs. J. S. Burnham, ot Baltimore, opened the exercises, after which, reports from lhc various State f Ield3 were rend. Lr. Diaz, a missionary worker in Cuba, addressed tho meeting concerning his labors In that land. Dr. J. S. Payne, ot Cuba, and Donsbmg-AIoy, a Chinese missionary, ahro spoke to the ladies. A collection for the benefit of reedy missions iu Florida was taken up. Miss Harper talked on he subject of 'Our Young Women," and MiisBuhiniaier Js& 70 J iou PALAC - - & Hodsb-Cleaning I emrich. 25 o. Belt Buckles, qo. une tut ui. urn. uugkhtj. guir.uueea Uft white metal, will not larnUh. Regular nil value, 2Co. At w 50c. Initial Buckles, 21o. One lot ot Initial Duckies, awtj ea-gra-ed. made of good quality white A I metal, guaranteed not to tarnish. 6 IK f styles to select from. Regular value, fill 50c. At . .. Li" SI Toadies "Wrappers, 59c. Most unusual value Fine Lawn Wrap- pft pera , In light blue, pink, Iarinder. green. J 11 n Ac., e yoke, wttli bretelle over iuoul- iHI! ders.-very full sleeves. Yours at...... VIU 59c. Sliirt "Waists, 3Qc. Wo have never of fered, such value toe- J2&2 fore Ladles Laun dered Shirt Waists, sAvW',J Mae, red, blacfc, fin 1 Am "" b PJnt' &c" tbe Urge JUn VY1 Ik sleeves. Regular jinR Children's Caps. Honestly,, these are slightly soiled, so 9 we have made the prlee suffer. Em- hn broidered and Corded Capes, tbat sold ! for 25c. and 50c. may go at.......... w" Think how cheap! 8. O, and 10c. Embroideries, So. Very pretty designs 1.000 yards fc Hamburc and a wiss Embroidery; 1 to 2 iR Inches wide. All at Uu And 1.000 yards of Colored Edged "I EmbroUdery, 1 to 3 laches. "Worth ,. 0e. to 12 1-2& special 1 R 7th st. only. J Besular 25c. Hose, all size;, 12c. Kesrular 7o. and 10c. Handker chiefs, 3c. Space. We Lead t t t t t 9 ? I In ! Provisions. There is no doubt of f that fact. You our f customers the peo- t pie generalty have J appreciated our trade efforts iu a marked t degree by their (and J 3rour) patronage and J custom. Our cus- tomers speak well of J ns we ask no more. J There is no better J advertising than J mouth-to-mouth ad- vertising and we I are grateful. We shall continue to sell the best meats and provisions at the lowest prices, and by I uuj. metnoQs en- a deavor to merit your J 4-,J J . V t trade and support I THE I EMRICH J BEEF CO. f f f t t 3LUN MARKET 180C-13I2 32d St Y (Telephone 317.) 9 BRANCH MARKETS. A 1T13 Hth st rnv. 21st and Ksa.n a aESMthstmr. 2l5Ind.ave. nw. 8th and Al sts, mv. 5th and I sts. nw. 205. X. st. nw. 4th and Isu nw. '!0th st. and Pa. ave. nw. a 13th st. and X. Y. avo. nw. 7 t t f &&- -- on "Eniiprant Illusions." His. Clark, col ored, spoke of the work anions; her people, and Mrs. John Miller, of the Baptist Train ing School of Philadelphia, informed the audience concerning what is being done In that institution for girls. Georgetown College Uiimes. On account ot the condition of the grounds and the cold weather. Field Day, announced to be held on Georgetowru:ieid yesterday, was postponed. The Georgetown University baseball team will go to Baltimore to-day to play a re turn game with the Johns Hopkiu'a team this afternoon. The annual game of baseball between the Naval Cadets and Georgetown University teams will be played at Annapolis on Sat udary afternoon next. z&y nPP. jlIj eeif m A ' "