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THE MORlsESfGr . TIMES, SATURDAY, APRIL 17. 1397
will be disappointed if they don't have new clothes for
Easter. We're prepared fo supply a reg-imeiit today.
Bring-your Tjoj-s here and get them fitted from the best
selection of the best garments made.
Short-omits suits in the newest styles and exclusive
patterns of Tweeds. Cheviots,
none but reiiaoie qualities 01
sizes 4 to 16 3-ears. Prices
$2.50 S3.50 $5.00 S6.0Q S7.50 S10.00 and $12.50
Long-pants suits, for boys from 14 to 19 years, were
never so" stylish and handsome as they are this season.
Rich, dressy colors and patterns. Well-made, perfect
fitting garments at
$7.50-58.50-$ 1 0.00-$ 1 2.50 and $15.00 Per Suit.
The proper Hats, the proper Shoes., and the only com
plete line of Boys' Furnishings in town are HERE at
lowest possible prices.
Men's garments, too. Bigger variety and better
values than elsewhere. An investigation will prove it.
12th and F Streets
Z - j
bUNA Hue uiHCULATlON.
The- cJroulat.uu of The Time for
the ci'li ended April O, 1S07.
was ub follow:
S.itur.lity, April 3 IS,111
Sunday, April -1 U;,7S4.
Mondiri, April 5 37,97(5
Tuesday, April 37,70i
Wt'diu-.day, April 7 37,'JSl
TliurMlay, April U 37,551
Friday, April 0 17,781
. , ...at tlic above
-.-s.'t statement of cirouln
.jiiu for the weelt ended April 0,
1S07. WILLIAM I LliKCn.
Manager of Circulation
Advertiser are cordially invited
to satisfy themselves as to tl e
correctness or the above figure-
through an examination of our cir
culation boolcs. blank paper record,
and circulation cash book.
A fire alarm was accidentally turned
ti from box 147 ycsteiday afternoon.
Charles E Thann has been appointed an
additional private for a term of three
years, and assigned to duty at ttie "White
A lorder vapH:sed by the Commissioner,
yesterday, remitting penalty imposed upon
C It Monroe, for delav in construction of
the TJ-street pumping station.
A bill in equity was filed est onlay by
Kobe! t A Bcl.ollr gainst lusvife, Fannie .
Bclioll.ln which he pia-v for a legal vera-fi-tion
rion. her, the cliotge being dcFoitlon
rerml-Mon has been gUen t lie Gra-ul
8 SSTCase of 24 pints onlv SI
g 4 Blessing
a To Homanstv-
In the Springtime
most persons require A t
TONIC. Nothing else
is so strengthening, d
nourishing and heallh-
ful as the
Washington Brewery Go. 's
It's made in the earl3r
fall of selected hops g
and malt, and is of full tf
age and double &
strength. Better than '
patent medicines. Best g
physicians recommend si
a 5Caio of S4 pints delivered to tf
ffi nm n riil less for SI In unlettered j,9
4" wijjoiis. Writo or telephone.
SJ Washington Brewery Co.,
ti 4th and F Sts. If. E. 'Phons 1293.
If bought liere, ill poss,ers tlie double merit of being stylisdi
aid ti.oder.ite:. ptioed. We have made great and successful ef- qfig
foit tills .spring to luive ns fine and attractive lUie of coodiijh
in our Clothing Departments us can be found in the elty. Wc
can and do give better qual ities, better grade of Clothing, t
loner prices-, than atiyivherc else. Cash or credit, just as p
j v l.- -
Ladies' Fine Silk Shirt TVnist,
leally bcautirul gaiments, in the
latest stiis aim pupulai colors
Ladies' CoatSuits.beauUrully made
and rinished, silk lined. Fine and
Ladies' Pretty Shlit "Waistf:, with
sepaiate collet Sold everywiieie
for $1.00. Special price hcic for
Ladies' Skiits of hne-riguied Biil
llanunc, full width. Oui puce
Children's durable and well-made
Suits, all ages Our pilce
Ladles' Fine Cloth Coat Suits,
cut in the newest spiingbtyles, well
finished. Pi ice only
f 1AYER & PETTIT,
Homespuns, "Worsteds, and
inuncs uuu iniumiuija.
Army of the Republic of the District to
send a u-presentaUve to the municipal
building as a tolicitor for contiibuUons to
defiay the expenses of Decoration Day.
Michael McLaughlin, a stable boss, em
ployed at the Bureau of Printing mid
Engraving, was lined $20 in the police
court yesterday for assaulting Louis Pat
James Fields, who, on Thursday, shot
James Garner, tin eighteen-year-old colored
lKwthlaek, while practicing in a shooting
gallery, was fined $50 in the police couit
yesterday, for carrying concealed weaponb.
lie went down for three months.
The reports of the inquisitions held to
deteimine the sanity of Noah Macabov,
Augustus A Jiaivey, Lillian V Ihinis, Pl
ana Lewi'-, Emily M . Iiabney, and Emma V
"Williams weie confirmed by Justice Cox
in equity court, No 1, yesterday.
The Uckington and Soldiers' Home Rail
way Company, through Receiver Schoepf,
was sueil before Justice O'Neal yesterday
by Richard Ktcsiurdsoa, a slaleworker, for
$9;-I0, alleged to be due for work done by
him on the company's car sheds in rck
ington. Decision was reserved.
THE MARKET BASKET.
Tou cannot afrord to miss maiket this
morning, if you bimply go there to set
Hie Easter uisplay. The new vegetables
from the vicinity will he on view, together
with fruits, n-id masses of beautiful flowers
to say nothing or fish and meatb.
The prices with but lew exceptions, are
the same as during the early dajs of the
Fish and eggs, the most Important pro
duct in the market for Lenten tables, are
plentiful, and consequently cheap. Egi;s
have seldo n sold a; tneir prese.it low ial.'s,
ami it is expected that their price will rise
during the coming week. The following
are the market rates for today:
FLOWERS -1'ansles, 50c. per dozen,
po'ted; heh itrope. same; hyacinths, $1 pel
dozen; potted carnatious. 25c. per doA-n,
cut; Goldengate roses, 50c. to $1
per dozen, cut; La Fiance roses, same;
President Carnot roses, same; .Madame
Chatanay, 75c. to $1 per dozen, cut;
gcranuuns, 50c. to $1 per dozen, putted;
seeds of ordinary garden annuals and
vegetables, oc. to 15c. per package; palms,
50c to $10 each; maidenhair feius, -Zc.
to $2 50.
FISH -Native roc shad, 25c toOUc each;
native buck shaJ, 15c to .'55c en 2h. balling
rock, lhc to 3Cc. per pound; black t as,
juc to 25c per pound; pan bass, 12 l-2c.
per pound; fresh cod, 10c. to 12 l-2c. per
pound; new -nlion, 23c toaOc per pound;
shad roe, 12 l-2c to 15c- per set.
GAME There is no game in market ex
cept jacksir.pe, which sell for$1 pcrdozen.
ritUlT-Florlda oranges, aoc to 50c per
dozen, Malaga grapes 2uc per pound: pine
apples 15c to 4 0c each; bananas, 10c. to
2ic per dozen. shattucks, 10c cach;straw
berries, .'JOc. per box, superior
VEGETABLES Parsnips, 25c. per peck;
spinach, 20c. per peck; Eastern Shore
sweet potatoes, 30c. per peck; radishes,
3 bunches for 10c,: c inbling, 5c each; hot
housetomatosSSODtoSSc perpound, South
ern tomatoes, 23c. per pound; chicory, Cc.
to loo per head; water cress, 5c. tier
bunch; mint, 5a per bunch; cauliflower,
10c to 25c. per head; new cauliflower,
20c. to 40e. per head; salsify, Oc. per
bunch; new cabbage, 15c. to 25c
per head; Irish potatoes, 20c per
peck; tnap beans, 20c. per quar
ter peck; Southern cucumbers, 5c each,
hothouse cucumbers, 10c. to 20c.
each; Spanish onions. 5a to 10c each;
mavj:h & pettit, mm
Men's All-wcol Cheviot Suits,
cvtiemelv well made and finished,
in fancy 'mixtures and plaids
Men's Fancy "Woistcd Dress Suits,
very stylish and effective in appear
Men's Spiing Hats, newest colors,
newest shapes. Our price
Child! en's All-wool Knee Pants,
ft most extiaoidinaiy baigain.at
Rattle-brained dealers are "up in arms" against H. FRH3DL,A.NDUR St BRO. be
cause the j are almost
T Can't help it it's OUR WAY OUR RIGHT to make prices that crowd our store
morning-, noon and night. We are going to clothe hundreds of our patrons in
I Choice Easter Suits
Sat such startling low prices that will CREATE TERROR AND CONSTERNATION IN
A THE ENEMY'S CAMP.
500 Men's Stylish
400 Stylish Children's Suits to be slaughtered at
Hud's Cassimiare Salts, $i3B.
$7.00 would be cheap for these.
MEN'S NEWEST SPRING
?S.OO would be cheap foi these.
Men's Bicycle Pants
Oiav and Blown Bicycle
eggplants, 10c toir.c. each; pumpkins, Gc.
to 15c. each; green peppers, U5c. to DOc.
per dozen; celery, oc. to 10c per bunch;
squash, 2c. per pound; new bectb, Oc.
to 10c. per hunch; old beets, 10c.
quarter peck, Rutabaga turnips, Canadian,
15c to 10c. each; new potatoes, 20c. to
25c. per quarter peck.
BUTTEU, EGGS, CIIEESK-Ueht Elgin
butler, 30e. to 3Cc- pel pound, bntlerlne,
15c. to 25c. per pound; nearny eggs, 10c.
to 12c per dozen; cream cheese, lPc. to
20c. per pound; Neiirchatelchcesen, Tic. each,
pineapple cheese, G5c to 75c. each; Edam
Cheches, 50c. each; Sweitzer cheeue, 20c
to 25o per pou.id.
PICKLES AND PRESERVES Chow
chow, 20c. pei quart, German mustard,
15c. per quart, pickled onions, inc. per
pint, celery, lelish, 10c per pint; olives,
loc. per pint, horceradish, 10c- per pint;
honey, 25c per pound, jellies, 10c- per
pound, preserves, 10c. per pound-
MEATS Sirloin steak, 15c to ISc. per
pound, porterhouse, 20c to 25c. per pound;
round, 12 l-2c per pound; prune lib roat,
15c to lac per pound; chuck roast, lOo
to 12 l-2c. per pound; soup beef. 0c to
8c. per pound; lamb, 15c to ISc. per
pound; corned beef, Gc to 12 l-2c. per
pound; sausage, lOo. to 12 1-2c per
pound; both green and smoked: breakfast
bacon, 10c to 12 l-2c. per pound.
-OHA M. 11UG1I1.S' WIIL.
Peculiar Jiie rlptiou on 3Ier Toinl;-f-touo
The will of Nora M Hughes, was sub
mitted for probate yesteiday The ftate
Is valued at $2,000.
One provision of the will is that -i Initial
lot shall be purchased in Oak Hill Ceme
tery for the interment of the testatrix, and
that ti monument shall be crcr ted ovr lie r
grave, inscribed; "To the memory of one
whowas sacrificed by her so-called fricii is "
lliilldintr Permit:- Issnrd.
Building permits were issued yesterday as
follows- To C C Jones, ror a dwelling, at
No 1315 F street northeast, $2,500",
C. Becker, btoie and dwelling, No 1521
Fourteenth si reet northu est, Su.fJOO. Chiis
topher Dickson, foi general Improvements
to New York Clothing Store, No. 311
Seventh street northwest, $3,500.
Marriage licenses weie Issued yesterday
Albert P. Greene, of New York, and
Ellen M. Henll.of this city. .
John Ramsey and Ellen Yuss,hothof New
Mrs A. Invcen, residing at 720 Henry
strce', Alton, 111 , suffered with sciatio
rheumatism for over eight months. She
doctored for it nearly the whole of this
time, using various remedies recommended
by friends, and was treated by the physi
cians, but received no relief. She then
us;d one and a half bottles or Chamber
lain's Tain Balm, which effected a com
plete cure This lb published at her re
quest, as she wants others similarly afflict
ed to know what cured her The 25 and
50 cent sizes for sale by Henry Evans,
wholesale and retail druggist, 938 P
street and Connecticut avenue and S street
I H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO.,
$16.50, $15 and $12.50 Suits.
These are the greatest offerings of this great sale. For your
Easter Suits we have goue over the whole stock and se
lected some at $16.50-some at $15-some at $12.50-and
put them all at the one uniform price of ETVE DOLLARS
AID HIETT CEITS. , Our
candid advice to you is to come early.
An excellent tailor-made, strictly
all-wool Imported Blue Seigc Suit.
Kememuer, our retiring price,
Scotch Glcncalrn, plaid and tweed,
well made and finely rinished suits;
rich In color and handsome in de
Bign; formerly sold for 12 and S15.
Our letiring price,
GARNER & COS
Suits to bo slaughtered at
Men's Evtra Pine Scotch
Cheviot Suits, all the lat
est pluids; S10 would be a PC
cheap ror these 0.0 0
Men's Satin-lined -Prince
Alhert Suits, cut-away
and Backs; would be cheap rrO rn
Men's Nohby Spiing
Overcoats $4 and $s
Rent Reduced to Oniy SS9 Per Month.
These houses are built of the best material by day labor; ",ayip,R,,Lr10"m,'
and bntht veSL. sanitary plu.nblng.city water, gas, sewers, porcelaln-l i.e.! 1 roll-riin
batmubs, electric bells, nuigex. hot and cold water, speaking tubes, southern edge
... ....... i-i.,.. .11. ..1 i,..,.i-ti,u nmi rin ti..ifPK. iiiuiiKiiiiif iti.i'itels. and beautlrully
napereVi The v. ire erected on terraced lots, with substantial copings, stops and walk
The lots are 18 feet wide by 100 feet deep to a L.-fooL alley, shaded by a beautirul
grove Thev are near th" Soldiers' Home and not far rrom Mt rieusant, on the
Urightwood" Electric Car Line For partial bus apply to
EDWIN A. NEWMAN,
Si Pause for one moment
I and think"
what inducements in prices and quality of
goods'are necessary to be made in order to dis
pose of our immense stock.
latest designs in fabrics and in the
very latest styles.
BflRjYPf every garment purchased at our
Ail 1 LL house to be made of the very best
material throughout, manufactured by
skilled labor. No ripping no tear
ing no losing of color or shape.
can't buy anywhere the same high-grade of
clothing now offered by us at such ruinous
lur Word 8s Our Bond.
York Clothing H
31! Seventh St. N. W. jjjj
, I 1 1, ,m iiimmi I a
LOOK OUT FOR THE BIG YELLOW SIGNS."
Take Your Pick of These
One lot of extraordinary French
Worsted fine hlack and uluc chev
iots; gray and tan checks, and pin
btriped Suits, valued at $12.50,
SI 5, and $1G.50. Our retiring
One lot of children's knee pants,
former prjee, 3D and 50c. Our
One lot of Odds and TSnds (Chil
dren's Suits; -worth SI. 50 and S2.
Our ltutirlng 1'iice,
9th and J$.
-for one day only.
I for one day only.
Men's Casslmcre Pants.... SOc
Men's Tweed Pants T5c
Men's Worsted Punts $1,00
Men's Very Fine Dress
Children's Suits, worth $2. . 90c
Children's Fine Dress Suits
Children's Cab&imere Knee
Qth and E Sts.
611 Seventh Street N.W.
in our house is loaded with clothing
from our own factory, made for this
season's trade. Suits made from the
nmir'u , ur
One. lot of Boys' Corduroy Knee
rants; well made, patent waistband;
lormcr price, $1. Our Retiring
One lot of good and serviceable
working Pants, m blue, brown and
mixed colors. Our retiring price,
One lot of strlctlv all-wool Pants,
worth $2 and ?2.50. Our reUring
Seventh & H Streets
JOHNSTONS, 729 7lil St.
Make up your orders from this list.
Orders by postal card will receive
prompt attention and quick delivery.
TELEniON'E NUMBER, SIC.
Best Pkg. Oats, &c
Olargepackagesof Best Oatsfor 23c.
5-pound lots of Cheese for CG cents.
20c Cans Soup, SOc
5 large cans Armour's or Kingan's
Soups, for 47 centt general assort
ment, chicken, tomato, mockturtle,
Gum Drop Candy, gc
Tacks, lnz box.
4 boxes of Tacks (worth 5 cents
each) for Be.
5c Kindlm? Wood, 2Kc
5 bundles Kindling Wood for 12c.
Clothes Lines, 3C
O Clothes Lines (worth 10c. each) '
Free China Ware
Large Pitchers, large Bakers, large
Decorated nates given today with
each on"iound puichnre or 30-cent
Java and Mocha Coffee.
Lump Starch, 4-c
7 pounds LargeLump Starch for 25
Arbucklcs Uorree, in 10-pound
lots, ror ia K- package In smaller
quantities 13 ;, e package.
t.everM s package Coffee In 10
pound lots, at ia e package In
smaller quantinc 13 c.
(We grind or puherie them if you
Ginger Snaps 3c
10 pounds of Ginger Snaps for
IDS. Wocha, OOl
5 lbs. Sugar Free.
6 pounds of Pest Gron Sugar
given Tree with each 3-pound pur
chase of Java and Mocha at SSc-
10 boxes of Sardines ror 33c.
Rolled Oats. 2c
10 lbs. Kolled Oats for 20c
Best Hixed Tea.-50c
5 pounds of Sugar given free with
each purthateorone pound or 5Qc.
Jea, 60c Tea, SOC Tea or $1
Elgin Butter 28c
6 lbs .Elgin Butter for S1.35.
5-pound lots of BestButterlne at
3.S5C lb ; in smaller quantities
Navy Beans 2.JAc
l'eck of Pe&t Xay Beans, 35c
Carolina Rice 5c
5-pound quantities for sec.
21 Tr? $1-00
Best Eggs IQc
10 dozen Best Bggs for 98c
Best Cornstarch... 4,c
5 packages, or Corn Starch, isc
Wilbur's Cocoa. ..gc
0 packages of Wilbur's Cocoa,
r cakes Chocolate for TSc
Special bargain In Laundry Soap
25 cakes ror 35c today.
Borax Soap 2JAC
Star Soap 23c
10 cakes of either Star or Borax,
Evap. Peaches Ql4c
5-lb lots of Cal. Evap. Peaches,
Sweet Prunes 4Kc
Sweet Prunes In 5-lb. quanti
ties nt 4 -c; in smaller lots at sc.
Imp. Raisins c
6 lbs. or Imported Large Kai&ins,
Flour 30c sack
Best Family Flour by bll ,
Table Oil 8c
Pe&t Table Oil for salads, etc.,
in O-bottle lots, 430.
Box Ball Blue 4c
The lO-cent boxes Ball BIhp. con
taining 100 balls each, hi 10-box
Evap. Apples 5c
Inlotsor5 lbs. for24c
In 5-lb. lots for asc
Baby Milk Qc
Uaby Brand .Milk by the dozen,
Cal. Can Peaches.. 5c
By the dozen cans, $1,75-
ioc Bots. Ammonia.4-c
10c Bots. Catsup....4-c
In lots of one dozen Lotties,
Hominy Grits 2c
In lots of 10 pounds Tor SOC.
Stick Candy 5C
In lots or 10 lbs. for 4Bc.
In lots or 12 cans for T25C
Bag Salt 2.V-C
In lots of 12 bags, SSc.
Potted Tongue.... 4c
Potted Ham 4c
In lots of 12 cans for sac
Baked Beans Jc
in Jots or G caus, 39c.
Nic Nac Crackers. ..8c
Graham Wafers... 8 Qc
The Busy Coraar,
8th and Markat Spase.
2d GraDd Rebuilding Sale
Says that Georyo "Wushlimton nereis
swore but once every American clt-lz-n
Kweaw ly lilm tUoui?b, and all
"Wusliinton swears l)y us.
Our special bargains for Saturday aro
true blue values, and contain the very
items you may want to complete your
Easter Sunday outfit.
AJI-Mllc Flowing nd, Tecks ani,
Flowing nds und Imperlnlh at
Bnlnrljrean Slilrw nnd Drawew,
loin? und short edeevcN, inudo vltb.
French neck, lull reicular cuffH, pearl
Pepperell Jean Drawerb, doubly
Kent, tetocklnett hottotUB,
French Guyot Suspenders,
Ilennhdorf Illaek Cotton Half none,
uIho Tuns, .
(high spliced lieelx and double Koles.)
ilen'.s Jt-rwey itihbed Underwear,
Hlilrt.s und drawers to inutcli,
Hoys' Cup Sweiiterh, with largo
ren'"' "Wool Sweat crw, Pyron col
lurs, Ill.iek and WIIow.-Blue and
Yellow, Illnc-k und White, Cardinal
und "White, Ciirdluul und Ulue, Tuo
and "White, Tan und IJlue,
Golf Ilo.-e to mutch,
Men'. Madrn. I'ujuman, full size.
14 to 20 neclc. The.se uoods ar
usually ..oId sit fancy prices. Today
we will place on t-ule at
White TTuIiiiiiidered Shirts, re-enforced
buck and front, putent stay,
Men'r Nltrht Itotje, 52 Inches long,
plutu white and embroidered frouts,
Men's Percale hlrts, soft and laun
dered bosoms, with two collars and
one pair cuffs,
Men's FuniixhinK Department Anwac.
Open until 9 p m. on Saturdays.
All mail orders receive our prompt atj
Stri and Market Spac?
In the District ouRht to be operas
ed bj elettnc power, not only be
taust it Is cleaner, .'afer, n.ore re
liable, less troublesome, but is ACT
TALLY CHEAPER than bteam or
aiir other power. It reciulres no en
Klt.l'er "Von lrnply press the but
ton an 1 tne power is on. We furnish
the eliitrit- mrr.-nt Why not in
vestijia'e Were always slail to
I). S.EIeolriG Lighting Co.
213 14th sc nw. Tbone, 77
PAINTER OF MINIATURES,
Removed to 932 F Street,
Instructions to a limited class ercrjr MrnfeL
I make a business of handling only
PURE BUTTER. The best in the land la
The only genuine Elcin-made Butter, of
Elsm, III ,
And eah package bears our brand,
'"WEITE CLOVER." Hae ns
t'.9 UT. N. W.
Use a Gas Stove
0 the coininp surpnier in pro-
paring the meals. Vou'U finl It 5
9 to be the most comfortable, gj
0 cheapest, and safest way of do- j
0 Inp: the hot weather cooking, gj
Conic in to see us about supply- e
0 inp the Uas rookmjr Stove. An g
enUIeis variety of them, priced jg
extremely low. S2
1 S8.00 up 8
I Gas Appliance Exchange,
S 1 424 New York Ave. pj
CURES SKIN DISEASES
SEARCH'S TETTER OINTMENT
IOC. SEAEm-3 UKMEDIES. IOC.
OR. II .IKs IIOLUM' li:tXFZC Cl'KKS
It can 15 c von tilflifiiit the Knorr'cilce C
tlic intient in ' IT.' I ' ' s 1 f r.l, will
rffprt a pernmu "it S tr ' TInther th
patient n m I r. r - k r . .ix lie wreck.
Hook of pnrtlciil ir4 f f t 1c i i f
l . Wllllnm. X Co!Ithk I -IN T 1VahlBztn.D.C.
GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. Prop's. Cincinnati. 0.
rH"'rlfor bir P- itoiM r. . ' , . mailed fm.
dilehettcr'a Enclih Diamond Hrantf.
Orteliittl al Only Ccnnlnr.
:afc. alirar r ..ab.e. lacics uV
Drasgtst fr fS rhe'er 1'njfith Itkt-1
mond lirand 13 lrd and 1,-li mtotla
50 "ololir! ht rbbn. Tuto
nnnthrr. R'tt.ss dtziicrtms tu&lflTU-
m i "rvv
li iUri &.r ?-Ktiuir9. t stiisonLili &ad
Kellcf for I.oillc. it Itltr. bj return
3!n!L in.lJOOIiiTi'iii' .VraU?r.
JOHNSTONS, T29 nil St.