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THE JVIORKlSTtt TIMES, 3 THURSDAY, APBLL 8, 3897.
In MEN'S SHOES. Have
just received a small lot
about 400 pairs balance of
a manufacturer's stock of
Men's FINK SHOES that
were made to sell for $3.00
and $3.50 there are onty
two.stj-les, a ver3T rich shade
of Russet Calf dress toe
and a black vici kid, French
toe. Choice of either style
$2. 00 per pair
Also in same lot about 7
pairs of Youths' Shoes i11
Tan Vici Kid sizes 11 to
2 only. Sold everywhere
for $1.50 and $1.75. Our
SLO0 per pair.
Men's Top Coats.
Latest Style Hats. "
All ready a big line of
all proper styles and quali
ties at less than other
Robinson & Chery Co.,
1 2th and F Streets N. W.
BONA FIDE CIRCULATION.
The circulation ot The Time for
Hie weolt e:ulel April 2, 1807,
was as follows:
Saturday, aiurcli 27 38,700
Suudiij, March 28 24,107
Monday, March 20 37,50
Tuesday, March 30 38,102
Wednesday, March 31... 38,430
Thursday, April 1 38,132
Friday, April 2 38,237
Average dally circulation
(Sunday, 2 -1,107, excepted).. 39,203
I hereby certify that the ubuvo
Ik h correct statement of circula
tion for the week ended April 2,
2807. "V VILLI AM I LEECH,
Manager of Circulation.
Advertisers are cordially Invited
to batlsfy themselves us to the
correctness o the aouve figures
through uu examination of our cir
culation books, blank paper record,
and circulation cash book.
The sale of property advertised as de
Ininient for mn-paynicut of taxes was foe
gun at the District building yesterday.
The charge of threats preferred liy Jean
ette Heclit, holding at Xo. -112 Seventh
fetreet, against Emanuel Heclit, of Xo. G12
Seventh street Jouthwest, was yesterday
uol-profcscd by Prosecutor Miillowny.
Diana Lewis, colored, who calls herself
tlie "Queen of Bladenbburg," is, locked up
at No. 2 police fetation charged with in
fcanity. Diana's hallucination is that she
can make money bprout from the ground
like grabs or oats.
Horace Martin, colored, residing at No.
316 F street j-outhwest, -was charged in
the police court yesterday afternoon with
practicing medicine without a license.
He entered a plea of not guilty and de
manded a jury trial. The case went over.
roliccman Copeland turned in a fire
alarm Tuesday night upon the discovery
of f tames in William Jackson's eating-house.
No. 902 Nbtreet northwest. The stock and
building were damaged to the extent of
l'ror. G. P. Merrill, of the National
Museum, will give an illustrated lecture
bcrore the "Workingmen's Club, No. 2105
Pennsylvania avenue northwest, this even
ing at 8 o'clock Subject, "A Talk on the
Caves ot the "World." The admission to
all tlie lectures at tlie "Workingmen's Club
Is free, and all are cordially invited.
KOKTHEAST CITIZENS JOYFUL.
The Association to Celebrate
Occupation of the Temple.
Tlie Northeast Citizens' Association will
give an entertainment on Monday evenig.
April 12 to celebrate the association's oc
cupation of the Northeast Temple, at
Twelfth and H streets.
Addresses will be made by Commissioner
John AV. Koss, Dr. Edward M. Gallaudet
and others, and a musical and literary pro
gram will be gone through. The latter will
Include: Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Frear, vocal
duct: Mr. Charles E. Myers, baritone solo;
"Weaver brothers, mandolinandguitarduet;
Douglass Quartet, vocal selections; Miss
Nellie Bishop, recitation; Miss Annetta
King, vocal solo, and Miss Elsie Dlackston,
THHEE DIVORCES GRANTED.
"Petitions for Separation Filed
t the Wife in Each Instance.
Justice Ilaguer yesterday granted de
crees in three suits for divorce, in each
case the petition having been made by
the wife, as follows:
Ilattie Schcitlin, upon tlie allegation of
abandonment and non-suppoit, the wife
retaining charge or tlie children.
Mabel Teake was granted a decree of
divorce from James Peake, the charge be
ing desertion. The wife is given custody
or the three children.
Maggie E. Purcell was divorced from
Andrew Purcell, the charge being drunken
uesb and cruelty. Mrs. Pureed is given
the custody ot her children.
Lung Long Lee Didn't Know.
Lung Long Lee, a dapper little Chinese
peddler, pleaded "me no guJltec," when
airaigned In the police court yesterday,
charged with violating the Capitol regula
tions by offering for sale in that building
Celestial stoneware and curiosities. Two
Capitol policemen told ot finding Lung
going through the building, orfcring his
waics lor sale, in violation of the rule
against peddlers and beggars, which is a
patt of tlie Revised Statutes. Tlie defend
ant, who cannot speak English, denied
the charge, through an interpreter. Lung
vvasrincd S2,and warned not to trade or
baiter iu the Hallb ot Congtess again.
The American League,
"Wood frame, bicycles, aic the stiongast,
tiandsomest, and easiest riding wheels
made. Half the pi ice of other high-grade
hicyclcs. 002 9th st-nw. League Club
Cycle Co. apS-2fc
$1.35 to Annapolis unil Return,
Via B. & O. B. R. All trains April 10
and 11, valid for return passage until
following Monday. ap7-4t
NEW HOSPITAL DEDICATED
The Episcopal . Institute Opened
.With Appropriate Ceremonies.
Intended for tlie Treatment of live.
Ear nnnVriiruut Diseases and
Ik Open to All.
An Interested audience, which filled
every available Inch of standing room,
witnessed the opening exorcises ot tlie
new Episcopal Eye, Ear and Throat Hos
pital, at tlie corner or Seventeenth and L
streets, which took place-yesterday at noon.
The rooms were decorated with palms and
potted flowers, and presented a fine ap
pearance. Simple religious services were held by
Bishop Satterlee, assisted by Rev. D
McKiiu and Kcv. Dr. Buck, of Rock Creel:.
Dr. "W. W. Johnston, president of the
medical board, made an address defining
tlie objects of the institution and outlining
tlie history of Us foundation and c'omple-'
tion. Tiie tieaurer, Mr. William A. i)e
Caindry, read tlie financial report, and a
list of the donations by which the hospital
was founded. Dr. E. Oliver Belt, secretary
of the medical board, made a statemcutou
behalf of the board of ladr managers, and
read a list of tlie donations of furniture,
etc, which have been made to the insti
tution. Mrs Horace Gray, president ot the
board lady managers, with i committee
or ladies, and assisted by Dr Belt, Dr. J.
H Bryan and Mr. William M. l'oinldexter,
received the invited guests.
Tlie management announces that, while
the hospital is under tlie management of
the Episcopal church, its doors are open
to all persons, regardless of creed or
Tlie attending physicians are Drs. Will
iam H. Fox, William H. Wilmer, Franck
Hyatt, E. Oliver Belt, T. Morris Murray
and Dr. J. H. Bryan. The consulting hoard
Is coniiKiscd or Drs. Samuel C. Busey, J.
Taber Johnson, J. F. Thompson, W. W
Johnston, N. S. Lincoln and J. W. Baync.
The successful opening of the new hos
pital is the outcome of earnest work, in
augurated by Dr. Belt. In May of last
year he Lccamc profoundly impressed Willi
the need for such an institution, and dis
cussed tlie matter with Drs. Wilmer, Mur
ray and Bryan. They decided to pu.h the
work, and Dr. Fox and Dr. Hyatt became
associated witli them. They resolved to
try to secure the co-operation and indorse
ment of tlie Episcopal Church, and ut a
meeting of the clergy, held October 20,
1S90, tlie project received full approval.
Tlie building at the corner of Seventeenth
and L streets was a dwelling of seventeen
rooms, and has been thoroughly remodeled
to suit Its present purpose. In the base
ment are the kitchen, dining-room and of
fice. The first floor will be entirely de
voted to the dispensarj- ccrvice, and will
be open daily at 1 o'clock, with two phy
sicians in attendance. All poor patients
will tie treated free of charge, regarllcss
of color or condition. There arc four
rooms on this floor, including a large
waiting room, consultation room, refrac
tion room and opthalmoscope room.
The second floor contains the room of
the superintendent. Miss Emily W. NOr
vell, a graduate of Bcllcvue Hospital
School for Trained Nurses, and three pri
vate rooms for pay patients. The third
and fourth floors are taken up by thefiee
wards, the third floor for white patients
and the fourth floor for colored patients
There are bathrooms on each floor above
the first, and on the third floor isanopei
ating room, fitted with all the latest and
most approved surgical appliances for
the treatment of such patients as are re
ceived at this. institution. Everything
about the building is spotlessly clean, and
the beds look comfortable and inviting.
The hospital will be open for the recep
tion of guests today at 1 o'clock.
ASSAULTED THE POLICEMEN.
Thomas Johnson Had to Pay a Heavy
Pine for It.
Thomas Johnson, a clerical-looking col
ored man, was charged in the police court
yesterday with assaulting Policemen Cooper
and Hogan, about 3 o'clock yesterday
morning, when they went to his house,
No. 402 O street northwest, with a war
rant for another man, who was believed
to be in hiding there.
The policemen testified that they showed
the warrant to Johnson and demanded ad
mission to the premises, which was denied
them. While trying to gain an entry, the
colored man struck Patrolman Cooper sev
eral times iu the face and tore off Hognn's
badge. Tlie prisoner denied that he struck
Judge Kimball said the police must be
protected in the performance of their
duties, and held that Johnson was guilty
of an unwarranted assault, and must pay
u fine of $10.
PRISONERS TAKEN CORTH.
A Butch of Ten Off for the New
Warden Leonard, accompanied by Cnpt.
Smith, left for Trenton, N. J., yesterday
with ten prisoners consigned to the New
Jersey State prison. The names of the.
prisoners are as follows:
Emanuel Webb, sentenced to a term of
eighteen months for Housebreaking: Amelia
Davis, eighteen months, larceny; Henry
Williams, three years, arson; Joseph Stew
art, two years, larceny from the person;
Charles Bell, one year, petit larceny,
second offense; Charles Wormley, one
year, housebreaking; Ambrose Turner, one
year, housebreaking; James Cosby, alias
Casey, two years, housebreaking; George
Wroc, eighteen months grand larceny; Nel
lie Buckner, fifteen months, petit larceny,
There arc eight other prisoners in jail
under penitentiary sentences, and these will
be taken to Trenton within a few davs.
Fined for Assaulting' a "Woman.
"This man knocked mo down and then
kicked mc for falling," testified Rose Jack
son, colored, in the police court yester
day. She appeared as prosecuting witness
against John Willia-ns.alia? Lawls.abeotle
brawed colored man.
"You ought to be ashamed to assault
a woman in that manner," said Judge
Kimball, as he imposed a fine of $10 or
thirty days in jail.
Charge of Murder Dismissed.
Tlie charge of murder against Charles
Parker, colored, was nol-prossed in the
police court yesterday afternoon by Prose
cutor Mullowuy. Parker is the insane man
who confessed that lie killed Wesley Hall,
the crippled colored shoemaker. TUisaction
was taken in order that he might be com
mitted to St. Elizabeth's.
Knocked Senselesss With a Brielr.
A brick thrown by Ernest Coleman, a
colored boy, Tuesday night, landed on the
head of Robert McDonald, colored, ten
years old, and knocked him senseless, in
Reeves street. McDonald ivas removed
to the Emergency Hospital in the Second
precinct patrol "wagon, "where a long gash
was sowed up. Coleman escaped.
$1.25 to Baltimore iiud Return,
Via B. & O. R. I?. All trnine April 10
and 11, valid for return passage until
following Monday. ap7-it
THE . -VHCTJ5i:-'IANSFIEIi CASE.
The Judgment in Fuvor
The court of appeals yesterday after
noon handed down iu opinion, prepared by
Chief Justice Alvey, iu the casCiPf Mary.,
Sanders Winter against Ricnard Mansfield,
reversing the judgment ot tlie trial court.
The verdict in the lower court was In
favor of Mrs. Winter. Shu was awarded
$1,300 in December last, as balance due
under a contract for her services as an
actress, which contract she claimed to
have been broken by Mansfield without
Mrs. Winter brought suit In December
last, for the breach of contract Tor
the theatrical season of 1895-ilG, the al
legation being that alter contracting to
pay her at tlie rate of $75 per wook for
professional services, Mr. Mansfield, with
out cause or justification, disinl.si.cd Jier
from liis company.
It was also charged that, in the way
of compromise, the defendant agreed to
pay Mrs. Whiter $1,350, in weekly, install
ments or ?50 each. This agreement was
but partially carried out, and the suit
was to exact a full satisfaction of tlie
obligation, the amount claimed being
$1,300, with interest from December 31,
'1 lie defense was that no such contract
existed, and that Mr. Mansfield was not
indebted to Mrs. Winter.
The court or appeals, in its review of
the case, decides that the only cause of
action was the refusal or Mr. Mansfield
to pay the two installments due December
21 and 28, respectively, and that $100
was the sum that should have been sued
for. The court says tli.it the installments
thus due were not sufficient to maintain
the Jurisdiction of the lower court, and
the subsequent installments becoming due
after tlie bringing ot the action could not
be included in the recovery, or reckoned
a part cr the claimant's claim.
Tlie case was tried by jury iu the lower
court, and judgment rendered In favor of
Mrs. Whiter ror tlie full amount of her
claim. The court or appeals renin tided the
case for isuch proceedings as will not be
inconsistent with the opinion rendered.
SHE CIIAHGES llRUTALm'.
Mrs. "Mary F. Hoim Petitions for
Mary F. Uogan, nee Culver, yesterday
filed a" hill iu etpiity against William J. U.
llogau, petitioning tlie court to grant
her a divorce and the privilege of resuming
her former name.
Mrs. Hogan allege.1! that at the time she
ivas mairied to tlie defendant, April 4,
1S80, she was employed in the Treasury
Depaitmcnt, at n salary or $000, which
employment she then relinquished. Within
ii month after their marriage, she says, her
husband began a system of brutal treat
ment of her, las whole purpose being, as
she believes, to secure wlint property she
had, and to separate her irom her children
by a foimer husband. She alleges, also,
that he lefused, during tlie time they re
sided together, to allow her any money
whatever for personalexpenses, and attimes
kept tier locked in a loom away from tier
children, lie also refused to call a physi
cian during her Illness. The defendant was
constantly demanding money-of her, she
declared, which she was unable to give
him, and acted in a mnnner altogether
hi the winter of 1801, Mrs. Uogan al
leges, the defendant secured a position iu
the Postoffice Department, after having
left her and returning penniless, and as
soon thereafter as he got hold .of money
enough to support himself, again left her
and took rooms and board in another
Attorney S. T. Thomas is counsel for Mrs.
Knights of Fythias.
Capital Lodge, No 24, held its regular
session Tuesday night, being inrgely at
tended. The committee on forty-five made
an interesting report, and the committee on
entertainment distributed tickets for tlie
entertainment to be given April 27. The
lodge will have business of gicat impor
tance to all members to come up at its
next session, April 13. Capital Lodge
closed early and its members paid a fra
ternal visit to Excel.-ior Lodge, No. 14, be
ing loyally entertained.
Adehi K. "W. Rynex'n 'Will.
A will signed by tlie late Adela K. W.
Kynex, and dated June 6, 1S9G, was
presented at the office of the Register of
Wills yesterday for probate. David E.
Sharrctts is named a executor, and to the
decedent's daughter, Selma B. Sharretts,
the sum of $000 is bequeathed. Under
the terms of the will the remainder of
her property is to be divided between her
husband, William II. Itynex, and her
daughter, Selma B. Sharrctts.
Burned hy Boiling Grease.
While handling a pot of boiling grease
at her home, No 1810 Twentieth street
northwest, Tuesday evening, Carrie Au
gustus, colored, had her hands ten inly
burned, the skin and flesh falling. off.
After treatment by Dr. C. E. Hagner, she
was removed to Freedman's Hospital in
the Eighth precinct patrol wagon.
Col. Fuller Improving.
General Tassenger Agent H. W. Fuller,
of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway-, whose
foot was operated on at Providence Hos
pital on Tuesday, was reported yesterday
afternoon to be improving rapidly.
Every day engagements are entered into,
and marriages are made between people
who havejno business to be married. Wo
men enter into the most serious obligation
of life without the proper physical equip
ment for it. When a woman marries, she
tacitlj' makes the declaration that she means
to become the mother of children. This
declaration ought also to mean that she is
physically able to perform what she under
takes. The bearing of a child is all too fre
quently an injustice to both mother and
child. The woman who expects to bear in
tellectual and physically healthy children,
should be herself in strong and vigorous
health. The organs that make her a woman
should be free from any taint of disease or
weakness. If they are not, the child will
have a bare chance for health, and the
mother may easily make herself a weak,
nervous, semi-invalid for the rest of her life.
Female weakness of any kind whether he
reditary or acquired may be cured by the
right sort of treatment Dr. Pierce's Favor
ite Prescription is designed for the treat
ment and cure of just this one class of dis
eases nnd no other. It works in a perfectly
rational way directly on the organs affected.
It cleansei them of all impurities ; allays
any inflammation that may be present and
that generally is present in sickness ; re
stores the organs to their natural, healthy,
regular action iircpares them for the ac
complishment of woman's greatest work,
and if taken during gestation, the time of
parturition will be comparatively safe snd
The "Favorite Prescription" is not a cure-all,
and if the general svstcm is run-down, Doctor
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery should be
taken in connection with the " Favorite Prescrip
tion." These two medicines -together have the
most wonderful influence on a woman's health.
They will round out Ahe hollows in her cheeks,
bring redness to bloodless lips, and brightness to
lac-lustre-eyee. At all drug stores.
I Wonderful Clothing Bargains. 1
Men's Suits at $2.50, S3.50 and $4.50 worth three times the money
are Suits almost given away. We are doing it to close out the stock. 3
Garner & Co.'s Retiring" Sale, j
Seventh and H Streets. H
AMERICAN MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
1113 G STREET N. W.
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STATIC ELECTRICAL TREATF1ENT.
OUR HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES ARE THE REST.
A TRIAL TREATMENT TO ALL WHO CALL.
HEALTH OF THE CITY".
Facts Shown hy Hoard of Health
Tiie weekly report of the health officer
states the mortality of the city still
continues below tlie average. There were
ninety-four deaths reported to the health
department during the past week, forty
one being whites and lifty-three colored.
Accordingly tlie deatii rate was 11. 1
per thousand Inhabitants Tor the Avhltc;
:il.O for the colored, and 17.4 for the
total population, as compared with 18.73
for the general annual average for ttie
white; 33.21 for tiie colored, and 23.53
for the whole of the inhabitants. Tlie
principal causes were brain diseases (10
deaths), and acute lung affectiuiis (10
deaths, of which 14 were from pneu
monia). Of tlie zymotic class of diseases
there were two fatal cases or diarrheal
(lipases, one from typhoid fever, and four
from grippe. Therei were twenty-five
deaths among children under five years
of ngc, of which-; twenty-one wejc in
fants under one year old.
During the week four houses were pla
carded for diphtheria; four were re
leaMd from quarantine, and nine were
left in isolation. or' scarlet fever two
houses were released from quarantine, no
new cards were posted, and five remained
The meteorological, conditions prevail
ing were a mean teinjicratiire of 47 de
grees, a mean relative humidity of 57,
and a barometric mean of 30.20, with no
rainfall. The thermometer rose from
20 degrees on the 20th to 08 degrees
on the next day, rising 30 degrees in the
CLAIMS HEAVY" DAMAGES.
Edmund Peter.-en.Vi'SuIt Against the
Great Falls Electric ICoad.
Edmund P. Petersen, by Ids next friend,
Eugenia A. Peteisen, has instituted a buit
against tlie Washington and Gicat Falls
Electric Railway Company for $5,000 dam
ages for injuries sustained, which, it is
alleged, were due to the carelessness and
negligence of the company, or ilsngents.
Edmund is a lad, twelve years of age.
It is claimed Hint, on or about October lft,
1S0C, the boy was walking ncioss a bridge
on trestles, near the terminal of the load,
within the city, and when on the railway
tracks, near the center of the tiestllng,
which is about 300 feet in length, lie
saw an ekctiic car approaching hlm at a
high lateof speed, estimated to be twenty
five miles an hour Tlie boy was i'riglit
ened and Jumped from the trestle, the
result of which was a biokeu ankle, beside
other injuries. Attorney William L- Poid
appears for the plaintiff.
THE CABELL FUNERAL SERVICES.
They Wore Conducted by Two
Funeral services were held over the body
of the late Capt. Samuel G. Cabell at his
residence, Second and A streets northeast,
yestciday afternoon. A large number of
friends listened to two very impressive id
dresses by Airs. Cora L. V. Richmond, a
well-known spiritualist, of Chicago, and
Piof. H. J). Barrett, president of the Na
tional Spirlitualist Union.
Hope Lodge of Masons sent a beautiful
floral emblem in the form of a large an
chor. Tlie remains were sent to Qjiincy, III.,
the home of his son, Milton S. Cabell.
Currief Off ii Shanty.
Edward Brown, an aged colored man,
declared in the police court yesterday that
he was earning an honest living when
Policeman Williams caught him tearing
down a shed, owned by Charles AV. King,
Jr., of No. -119 I street northwest. The
shed is located oa a commons, and Mr. King
testified that the prisoner had removed
and carried away all the timbers except
the uprights dud root. Owing to the prison
er's age and apparent childish ignorance
of the law he waaifincd only $2, or one
week in Jail.
For Recorder of Deeds.
Lieut. AV. F. CrockurjorLewinsville, Va.,
Is a candidate for the position of recorder
of deeds. He Is a college graduate, and an
active Republican, having served his paity
faithfully for the past twenty years. He
is a prominent member of the Mnsonic
order, having served three terms as master
of his lodge, andis a member of the grand
lodge of Virginia. He is also an liQnorary
membcr of the Old Guard, G. A. R., of this
city and other oiganizations. Lieut.
Crocker is a son ot the late Gen. John S.
Crocker, who was for many years warden
of the Jail.
Marriage licenses were issued yesterday
AVilliam J. G. Thomas and Una F. Ber
ber. William II . Jackson and RoseL- Jefferson.
Stacy C. Richmond, of New Tork, and
Mary M.Dunn, of Washington.
Howard M. Carver and Nettie Garner.
Leonard W Munson.of Washington, and
Margaret E. Berkeley", of Cumbeiland, Md.
Emerich C. Bell, of Hagerstown, and
Alice McCreery, of Washington.
Catharine Lancaster's Will.
The will of Catharine Lancaster, form
erly ty Baltimore, but late residing at
"Louise Home,'' in this city, was pre
sented yesterday for probate. The in
strument is dated January 15, 1897, and
names Henry E. Davis and Col. Taul B.
Means, ot Concord, N. C, as executors.
Tlie estate is divided among friends and
Look Out for the Big Yellow
Rent Reduced to Only SI9 Per IVSonth.
These houses arc built of the best material by day labor; have eight rooms
and bath, retaiidas, sanitary plumblng.city water, jras. sewers, porcelain-lined roll-rim
bathtubs, electric bells, rouges, hot and cold water, speaking tubes, southern edge
gram pine floors, tiled hearths and fire places handsome mantels', and beautifully
papered. They are erected on terraced lot", with substantial copings, steps and walks.
Tlie lot" are 18 feet wide bv 1U0 feet deep to a l."Woot alley, shaded by a beautiful
grove. Tiiev are near the Soldiers' Home and not Tar from ill. Pleasant, on the
Hrlghtwood'Electrlc Car Line For purlieu tans apply to .
EDWIN A. NEWMAN, 611 Seventh Street N.W.
A XUMIIEK OF ARRAIGNMENTS.
Panel of Petit Jurors Completed and
Trials to Htjjhi.
After the deliverance of his charge to
the grand jury yesterday, Chief Justice
Bingham completed the panel of petit
Jurors, lacking one, and directed that
trials proceed, with the announcement
that the remaining Juror would be sum
moned duting the day.
There was a number or arraignments for
offenses upon indictments has been
found. The first to be adled was John
Sacry, who was required to plead to the
charge of embezzlement. AVhlle serving as
clerk to Levi C. AVeer, Henry Sanford and
Clarence A. Seward, trustees, Sacry is
alleged to have taken from the stock
articles of wearing apparel and a bottle
of whisky, tlie whole of small value, but
the act of appropriation being contrary to
law. Sacry pleaded not guilty, and said
Attorney Campbell Carnngton would serve
as- his counsel.
James Cassidy, who was charged with
converting $2 silver certificates Into bills
of the denomination of S10, and passing
several of them, and also with having a
number of the altered notes in ids posses
sion with the intention of passing them,
also pleaded not guilty. He is alleged to
have passed one of these altered cer
tificates upon Mary L. Prout, one on
Rictiard Jennings, and a third upon John
Lincoln S. Forrest, arraigned for false
pretenses, entered a plea of not guilty
Dentil of .Airs. Martha A. Colburn.
News ha"s Just been received from Pasa
dena, Cai., of tlie death of Mrs. Martha A.
Colburn, -wire or Dr. G. F. J. Colburn,
formerly or No. K100 Q street, this city.
Dr. and Mrs. Colburn, accompanied by
Mrs. Judd, widow of the late John G.
Judd, recently left for southern California
for the beucflt ot their health. Mrs. Col
burn was taken 111 witli pneumonia, to
which disease She succumbed after a short
illness. In accordance with her wishes her
remains were cremated. Mrs. Colburn was
a woman of sterling elm meter, and was
beloved and respected by a wide circle of
acquaintances and friends, by Avhom no
doubt tills news will be received with a
sense of personal loss.
Americans arc the most inventive people
on earth. To them have been issued nearly
000,000 patents, or more than one-third of
all the patents issued in the world. No
dlscoA'ery ot modern years has been of
greater benefit to mankind than" Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
or has done more to relieve pain and suf
fering. J. AV. Vaughn, of Oakton, Ky.,
says: 'I have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in my
family for several years, and find it to
be tlie best medicine I ever used for cramps
in the stomach and bowels." For sale by
druggists. flost Attractive
Never were there prettier styles in Clothing than this spring, and
never Was there a better display of garments of all kinds than we
have here. Our prices arc suiprisinglylow. CASH OIC CREDIT as
line of La
Mayer & Pettit,
415-417 Seventh Street.
EftStSky-.-, - -fct. n
that's the wavit Is in our
special sides So it'll pay
you to gee in as soon as pos
sible before the best of the
bargains In House Fumisli-mg!-
are snapped up. Big
gest values ever offered go
Cash or Credit." $
I House & Herrmann,
Liberal Furnishers, 0
$ Cor. Seventh and I Streets
THE WILSON & DAVI5 STOCK
BIGGER AND HETTER BARGAINS Df
Than AVere Ever orfered in This City.
SALE NOW ON.
H. Friedlander & Bro.,
NINTH AND E STS. N. W.
I You must eat
in warm as well as In cold
weather. Some people make the
warm weather cooking umiecesa
rily hard others make It light work
by using a Gas Cooking Stove. Whv
not see us about a Gns Cooking
Stove we have the largest and
most complete stock from which to
select and you 11 find onr prices
greatly to your liking 8 and up.
I Gas Appliance Exchange,
1424 New York Ave. q
Winter Clothing nil this "iveoic at just 40c
on the dollar.
NE".V VOItK CLOTniXG HOUSE.
311 eventli Street.
J ARE YOU
9 dissatisfied at your present laundrv?
J If you are not being; treated well,
$ or if your laundry does not come up 4
to your ideas of being FIRST- K
CLASS , kindly give us a tiial pack- 4
. age AVe guaiantee to please you in 4
? eA'ory particular. z
Cor. Mxlli and C Streets 3f. AV.
s . -a
MAYER & PETTI T,
Ladies' Skirts, in all the latest
designs, all favorite colors; made
and finished in very superior style;
quite ccpial to custom made.
Frices range from
" Ladles' Spring Suits, all styish
erfects, fly rronts, Eton, etc
Trices range from
lien's Worsted Suits, good,
honest material; well made; well
Men's All-wool Fine Dress
Suits: equal in every respect to
The Bu3y Corner,
8th and Mirkat Space.
2d Grand Rebuilding Sale
Is a continued chaptcrof actual facts and
a galore of daily bargains.
30-inch HliKoticie. in a variety of pattern,
3c a yard.
hutraio sinani Holders,
New Japanese Gold Cloth Drapery, """
Potter's Best urade of Stair Oilcloth,
Wilton Velvet and Moquet Rugs, largesf
Extra large Reversible India Rugs. I
(Upholstery Department, ad llodrt)
Fine Swiss Organdy, for confirmation
French Organdy, double width, for ccn
Fine Sheer Plain Colored Organdies, r
Fine Dotted Muslins, in a large variety, c
TOMORROW - -
Persian Laivns, fine and sheer,
5c and 6jc.
Lace Stripe India Mulls, elegant for eimV
Check Nainsook in five different eIz
TOMORROW " x
Piques, assorted patterns, "'""'"
Fine Dimities, in narrow cheQksacdsmay
Lace Stripe Grenadine, in assorted styles,
White Goods Department First floor,
All mad orders receive prompt attention.
This is our last
Week in this store!
That means it's your
Last chance lo get a
Suit or Top Coat
At less than cost of
The material. Every
thing: goes right down
To the bare counters.
0 H. DYREHFORTH & CO.,
S 421 Pcnna. Avenue N. W., g
Under Metropolitan HotaL
Than any others sold in Washington.
For Sale at the
TIMES COUNTING ROOM
-Price . . $1.50.
i "LIGHT MANUFACTURERS
I AND PRINTERS"
Who are using electric power
25 say that it is not only cleaner.
S? safer and simpler, but that 1c
Is actually much cheaper than
g steam power. Kequires no en
g gmeer. Investigate ic your-
g self. AVe are glad to answer
I U. S. Electric Lighting Go.
q 213 14th st. nw 'Phone, 77
ei nnlv rVllnhln ftrn1 riwnlntni.
'over Falls. Sold by druggists. S2.0O
tc jur ttrnninn-s oiiiCKnaru.
1K. HAINES' OLDJii NPKt'iriC CTRKS
It can be siren without Hi lcitotvtel ol
the patient in coDVe. tra or articles of food: will
effect a permanent ami Bpwtly cure, -whether tbt
patient la a moderate drinker or an alcoholic wreck.
Book of pnrticnlarg frre. to be Iincl of
F. 8. William A: Co- am r u-X. w rrhl.ji, D.a
GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO., Prop's. Cincinnati. 0.