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THE JiOKlTCKGr TIMES, koDAY, AUGUST 9, 1897.
The Busy Corner,
8th and Market Space..
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of the Continental Cloth
ing Co.'s stock of finest
men's and boj's clothing.
You will never have such
Just think of it!
The handsomest most
stylish and most desirable
suits, trousers and furnish
ings made up this season
are going- at precisely half
Get in tcdav.
PARKER, BRIDGET & CO.
315 Seventh St.
Etationkcper Butler, of the Second pre
cinct, 1-as returned to his duties.
Policeman Cooper, of Use Second pre
cinct, ib confined to hi" home as the re
fcultof a xprained ankle.
- "Pcodlc" Canto, a co'crcd south, -was
locked up at No 8 nation Saturday night
charged -with plajing craps.
The residents of Anacortia are complain
Jng cf a mo.ioub odor arising fioni tho
iwage In the Eastern Branch.
John Smith, a colored laborer, spent
last night in a cell at No. 8 Mation, as
the result or canylng concealed "weapon.
.Amos Xorton, a ivjiitc youth, living at
Brooklsnd. "was painfully injured Satuiday
nlgnt by being thrown from a bicycle, at
the corner of Eighth and T sticels UOrUl
WCFt. Solemn high mabs whs celebrated sit
Kt, Domlnlc'e Church nt 11 o'clock yei
torday moruing by Father II F Logan, of
"Louisvflle. Ky. lie was ahlrfod by
Father O'Rouke and Brother Gregory
Mary Purnett.a colored girl.liad her left
teg fracture lat night by LHng tlirown
from a bicjcie at the corner of Sixteen tit
and V rtreetA northwot. She wan remux'ed
to No. 2100 Seventeenth etreat, where her
injuries "Were dretaad.
B. AND O. BULLETIN.
Bay Ridge, SO cents far the round trip;
trains leave 9:15 a. in. and 4:JM p. in.
Fundays. fl:35 a m., 1310 and 8M5 p. in.
Cape .May, Atlantic City and Sea IMc
City, 10 a. m. and 12 noon, Friday and
Saturday, good to return until following
Excursions to the country Saturday and
Kunday, g:od to rctrn until .Monday, at
Rational Regatta, Philadelphia, August
13th and 14th. Seduced rate.; 1J. & 0.
the official route.
Niagara Falls ten-day tour, S10, Au
gust 12. Special from Washington S:lo
a, in. Bc.st line to the Falls. Slop-over al
lowed at Watkins Glen, Geneva, Roches
ter and Buffalo. Parlor car heats reserved
In advance at No. 707 Fifteenth street, No.
6,1 9 Pa. ave- jtnd B. & O- depot.
Talk about yer sciencel
Sluggers ain't got none.
'Leven fer de Giants,
Phillies on'y one.
T?orfolkladonly a200 crowdon Saturday.
The home team lost.
Lynch and Carpenter will do the umpir
ing at Boston today.
There will be no band of muelc at Na
tional Park this afternoon.
Shugart Is not a howling success He had
three rank errors on Saturday.
Dowd cannot play the sun field in Phila
delphia, and he may go on the beuch.
The Syracuse Post says that Earl "Wag
ner has his eye on Rudderham, of Trovl
denos. Dineen, the Toronto pitcher, has lose but
four of the twenty games in which he lias
been in the box
Umpire Kelly had a talk with Presi
dent Young ycMaroay afternoon, and"Uncle
Nick" liked his talk very mucn.
Scranton wall release Beard, Boyd, ims
sey, Gilleu and Harper. The club has lost
money and will cut down expenses.
Wriglcy has fallen off in his batting.
The reason no doubt is because fie Is being
overtaught, the same fate which befell Billy
"With Jim Corbett ae the attraction, the
Reading team and two games for one ad
mission drew 7,000 people at Richmond
It is a pity that the Senatorial manage
ment did not grab up Pickering. Mr "Wag
ner always admired the youngster, yet he
let him slip though his fingers.
The Torontos are now in the lead In the
Eastern League, and it begins to look as
though they would "win the championship.
There are three ex-Senatois on the team.
"Umpire Mason proved conclusively that
he knows little about umpiring a fair game
of ball, and be should not have been in
flicted on Buffalo the first time, as he is
prejudiced againattbelocal team. "Buffalo
Since Mike Scanlan was frozen out of
the "Washington club by the "Wagners he
Jras lost f cw opportunities to belittle the
game. Boston Herald. The man who
wrote the foregoing does not know what
he is talking about. He must have got
u wrong tip.
The Glncinnatis had a close call at
Urbana, Ohio, on Friday. They scored
only three runs while the amateurs made
one. The Reds made but three safe hits.
Houghton, the opposing pitcher. Is a strong
husky young fellow with lots of speed and
pretty curves. He struck out six men.
A Remnrlmble. Cure of Chronic
"In 3SC2, when I served my country
as a private in Company A, One-hundred
and sixty-seventh rcnnsyl-ania Volunteers,
I contracted chronic diarrhoea. It bas
given me a great deal of trouble ever
since. I have tried a dozen different
medicines and several prominent doctors
without any permanent relief. Not long
ago, a friend sent me a sample bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and after thatl bought
and took a 50-cont bottle; and now I
Cau'bay that I am entirely cured. I
cannot be thankful enough to you for
this great remedy, and recommend it to
ull suffering veterans. If in doubt, write
me. Tours gratefully, Henry Stelnberger,
Allcatowi., Pa ' Sold by Henry Evans.
"Wholesale and Ttctall Druggist, 938 F
street; Connecticut avenue and S street;
northwest, and 1428 Maryland avenuo
It's Not a Case
of a Frog in
A Sinai! Puddle.
. Washington is a big
competitors. We don't
object. We know that
our prices are as low, if
!. not lower, than you can
find anywhere else; and
we give unlimited cred-
it. A simple hint is suf-
ficient. We at once
charge the goods. That
is why we are always
Lowest of prices
combined with credit
very naturally keeps us
415-41T Seventli St. N.
TOER & PETTIL
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W PLftfl GOOD BILL
Has Captain Tom Brown Lost
Control of the Men?
THE POOR WORK AT BROOKLYN
Philadelphia Will Wo Hero Today
nod on Thursday the Trolley
Dudfror Will Try to Itcpent Their
Performance of T-ust Week-Xo
K'w Players in Sight.
Inlsvllle, 8; Cinciunnti, 2.
Chlengo, 7; Cleveland, G.
rhllntelphia at Washington.
Baltimore at Brooklyn4
New 5Tork nt Boston.
W. L. Pet-
Boston 60 27 .690
Cincinnati 55 29 .655
Baltimore.... 54 29 .651
New YorL..51 32 .614
Cleveland..., 45 43 .511
Chicago 43 48 .473
Philadelpliia..42 47 .472
Pittsburg 40 47 .460
Louisville 41 51 .446
Brooklyn. 37 48 .435
Washington... 31 55 .360
St. Louis 25 68 .269
Tom Brown did not take Hillary Swalm
to Brooklyn, and the Senators lost three
straight, Mercer being compelled to pitch
two games, losing both. King was not
in condition, McJnmes was wild, and
German was an easy mark, as he always
Is. This is the story of the late tnp to
the big city.
Looking over the Senatorial aggiegation
as it worked in Brooklyn, the unprejudiced
pctsou cannot help hut arrive at the con
clusion that there is trouble among the
players and a laxity in the management.
The blame must go where it belongs and
the patrons In this city should be given
a reasonable return for their money.
The fact of the matter Is that Tom
Brown's influence over the men has gone.
If this Is not so he Is not fitted for the.
place. The showing of the men as a ball"
team has been miserable since their
spurt ended, and no explanation can
establish the fact that the Senatorb are
doing the work of which they are capable.
The patrons In this city havealmoot given
up hope of a change for the better. The
owners ot the team are the only persons
who can brine about a change ot auy
kind, and as long as they refuse to act the
public must be satisfied and they have
.Mr. Wagner has been seeking new ma
terial, and heelther has not seen any good
enough to strengthen an eleven! h place
club, 6r does not couslder the then worth
the money asked for them. However,
several managers have purchased pitchers
for $700 and they arc good ones, while
some have paid higher prices. Bnt perhaps
the home management prefers to wait and
then get the men at the regular draft
Tho seventeenth week of the season
starts today, and In about seven more
weeks the championship series will be
dRT w k
Very useful and nice Sew
ing Rocker .
Very pretty Oak Bedroom
Chair, cane seat, nicely
clohed, and as nollilng can be gained hy
etn'ntlienlng tho team, it may l)t con
Klderod vlse Judgment to again wait till
nevt jrsir to U:gin the "building up of a
ball club. "" z
The Vlillnek'lnlilus will be here this after
noon at 4:J0 c'clock, nnd will play three
gnnics. The Uumklyns will coiiib Tlmrh
Uay, rilday and Saturday. 'Kelley, the
new umpire, will 'te on hand-
Npt llondoy the Senators legiu a three
days' play In Boston, and will open on
August 19 on the lnme grounds with
Chicago, and then will come all the West
ern teams, Cincinnati witlf-a double series
on this trip, the last of which, on Septem
ber 11, 13 and 1-1, will wind up the
season in Washington.
It will be obiened by examining the
schedule that the Eenntorswlllplay twenty
seven more ganus in this city. They can
not get any higher in the race, and it is
not Ukelj that St. Louis will overtake
COI.OXKIS JJKFT3AT THE BEDS.
TheKentuckians Have No Difficulty,
Cincinnati, Aug. 8. The Colonels bunched
their hits and won ea-sily from the Keds
today. Trascr pitched ball btrlctly of
the winning kind. Score;
Cincinnati. R. IT. I'O.A.E.
Uurke.l.f 0 1 C O 1
llor. c f 0 0 10 0
Corcoran, ss 0
Irwin, 3b 0
Peilz, c .....:. 0
Dwyer, p. .:-.... ."". 0
Ehret, p L-.Jr... 0
Scliriver '..V..... 1
Totals v, ......
7 2712 2
It. II. PO.A.L.
Clarke, 1. f 1
Stafford, ss 1
Wagner, c. f .... 1
Weiden, lb 2
Deuer, r. f 2
Johnson, 2b 0
Wilson, c 0
Frascr, p 0
Totals 8 1-12713 3
Batted for Ehret In ninth.
Cincinnati 00 010 00 012
Louisville 2 1 2 0 0 0 102-8
Earned runs Cincinnati 1, Louisville 3.
Two-base hits Peitz, Stafford. Three-base
hlts-Werden, Dexter, Cllngmau. Left on
bases Cincinnati 10, Louisville 7. Double
plays McPhee, Corcoran to Beckley 2.
First base on balls Orf Ehret 2, off Frrrser
5. Hit by pitched ball Clarke. Struck out
By Ehret -1, by Fraser 3. Passed ballb
Tcltz 2. Time of game -2 hours and 10
minute3. Umpire Mr. McDonald.
POP ANSON'S SINGLE.
The Veteran Bats Out the "Winning
lion In the Ninth.
Chicago, Aug. 8. Capt. Anson's single
batted in the winning run in the ninth
with two out today. The Teteran was
quite the hero of the occasion, getting
a hit every time up. Score:
Chicago. It. 1I.PO.A. E.
McCornnck, 3b ..". 10 2 0 0
Dahlen, s. s 1 0 3 G 0
Lange, c. t 10 2 0 0
Anson, lb 15 9 0 0
Ityan, r. t ". 12 3 0 0
Callahan, I. t 112 0 0
Connor,2b 0 116 0
Bnggs, p 0 10 0 0
Donohue.c 12 4 0 0
Totals . 7122612 0
Cleveland. " AB.E. H.PO.A. E.
Burkctt.l.f .' 10 2 0 0
McKean, s. s...i 0 0 2 3 1
Cuilds, 2b ..... 2 2 3 3 0
"Wallace, 3b .. 0 12 10
O'Connor.r.f 12 4 10
Pickering, c. f 2 2 2 0 2
Tebeau.lb 0 2 7 0 0
Cnger, o 0 0 4 10
Powell, p 0 2 0 2 0
Totals .'. 61112611 3
McKean hit by batted ball.
twinning run made With two out.
Chicago 420 000 00 1, 7
Clevelaud 110 00 110 26
Earned runs Cleveland, 2. First base
on errors Chicago, 2. Eelt on bases
Chicago, 6; Cleveland, 10. First base on
balls Of r Briggs, 7-; orf Powell, 3. fctruck
out By Briggs, 4; by Powell, 3. Home
run Callahan. Three-base hit Anson.
Sacrifice hit Bahlen. Stolen bases
Dahlen, Pickering, O'Connor. , Double
play Childsto McKean to Tebeau. Passed
bail Donohue. Time of game 2 hours
and 15 minutes. Umpire Mr. O'Day.
HAST GAME IN -BROOKLYN.
Gotham Newspnpers on Saturday'
Contest "With Trolley-Dodgers.
Leose fielding lost the game for Wash
ington at Eastern Park yesteruay. Mer
cer pitched "winning ball, but higMipporb
was wretched at the critical stages of.
the game. DeMontreville excelled in this
Tespecr, making three errors In the eighth
For Fine Mahogany Fin-
ish Morris Chair, with
hair-filied cushion. )
1Q.C Yd- &
large hand- f!
Sideboard, worth $28.
For large Oak. Hall Rocker,
finely carved, with" large
beveled plate glass
worth $20. -X
The Washington baseball team lost
another garni- to the lirooklyns yetiteiday
through miserable playing. The ictory
wa" try no means due to the superior pitch
ing of Payne, for .Mercer did as well for
the Senators, but the latter, apparently,
forgot all they knew about the game and
made errors with an abandon that earned
them the pity or the spectators. 'tribune.
Tho game was quickly decided, but the
players of both teams, with the exception
of Tucker, seemed to lake little ititere&t
In the proceedings. Tucker tried toinft.se
some of the Boston's dash and vim among
his fellow players, but his efforts were
of no avail. Pun.
Manager Hrown hankered for one of the
games and induced his crack, Mercer, to
grapple once more with the problem. On
the other side Manager Barnie shoved for
ward his southpaw star, Payne. Both
twlrlcrs -were in fine trim and it looked like
a battle royal. But Winnie Mercer's temper
was ruffled early in the game and the
Erooklyus had a Cakewalk, as any team
will have that can succeed In Jarring the
very imprpsslbnable Washington pitcher. In
the second Inning Second Baseman O'Brien
made a mean, error on Shindig's bounder.
Winnie pouted nnd deliberately let La
Chauco hie the '.ball saf ely. Then he hit
Enoch and didn't seem to care whether the
bases were full or not. All through the
game Winnie played as if life were but a
mockery, and thu crowd began to guy the
black-haired pitcher rattier brutally. "Say,"
yelled one of theraegaphoue friends, "why
don't youfcc have a horse an' carriage to
.take that feller from the pitcher's box to
the bench." World."
The Kastern Lengne.
Syracuse.. .. 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 0 3
Base hits Buffalo, It); Syracuse, 10. Er
rors Buffalo, .2? Syracuse, 2. Batterips
Browne and Urquhart; Lampe and Shaw.
Heavy Gambling This.
Saratoga, N. T., Aug. S. More than
$50,000 changed hands Wednesday and
Thursday nights over the gaming tables
at the Saratoga Clubhouse. This Is the
biggest gambling Saratoga has seen In
The Great South American Balsam,
FOR INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL USE.
Coltghs, Colds, CroUp and LaGrippe
Is acute inflammation and swelling of tho
Olfactory organ which contains the
Nervoa of Smoll. This organ is a long-nbbon-liko
membrano and bancs from
tho roof of the Nasal passago in folds, as
seen in Fig. 3. When this condition Be
comes chronic,or permanent, it is called
CATARRH. Tho folds becomo swollen
into a solid mass, so tho air in breathing
cannot circulate between them ; hence
tho loss of smolL The Catarrhal microbo
soon makes its appearance, causing a
mnltitudo of small ulcers between these
folds. The pns from these rdcsrc is very
poisonous and soon impregnates tho
"whole mucous surface of tho nose, hsad
and throat with tho disease. Medical
works show cases vrhoro tho tonsils have
becomo a corrupt mass of ulcers. It not
infrequently involves tho wholo bronchial
passago to the lungs, causing consump
tion and death. It will bo Been that
nothing can radical y euro Catarrh wh ich
does not reach to tho scat of tho diseaso
between theso folds of the Olfactory
organ, and cleanse and heal theso ulcers.
in nature that will accomplish this result.
It will heal any old sore. Snuff a solu
tion of tho Balm nnd wnrm water, aa
Its Healing Power Is
Birong aa you can Doar,up tno nose, irom
tho hand or through a Nasal Douche, as
jri Fig. 1. Then, as water will not run up
hili,hold the head down, m in Fig.2, giv
ing it time to worM in between tho folds.
Do this throo or four times a day. You
wiU soon exporionco relief, and if faith
ful, in a few weeks the folds -crfll hn nnrvn-
i ed, thp swelling gone, tho ulcers will bo
ncaiea ana tno sense or smoll ana taste
v restored. A B0 cent bottlo contains two
p-i weeks treatment. Xatanh
itsuii. uiaiuxaaDaun is guaranieea xo
tcnrpHayFover. Gives surprising relief
' Fig. 2.
,ln consumption and often cures.
Fifty Cents and- One
i The Fifty Cent Bottle contains One Hundred Doses.
HOK3S TESTIMONIALS." I was near a consumptive's grave from Catarrh. It had
eaten holes into tho flesh abovo my palate. BrazilianBalm mado a sound, well man of mo."
child had a severe attack of Croup. TheBalrr.
son .eostor. uamnen.iN.d. "i had dyspepsia over 80 years. Brazilian Balm cured me in two
weeks." Chas. Broomo, Philadelphia, Pa. "No tongue can tell what I suffered from Asthma
for 11 years. BrazilianiBalm perfectly cured me." Mrs. Mary Scott, Wilmington, Det "I lost
3 children-in 4 days with Scarlet Fever. Tho fourth child was taken the same way but we gave
her Brazilian Balm and sho quickly recovered." Burton B. Deputy, Miliord, Del. Ask your
juruggisc lor circular, tcoia oy xruggists ana Dealers, or sent on receipt ot price.
B. F. JACKSON fc COMPANY, Propr's.
Crocker's Shoes Shined Free 939 Pa. Ave.
Electric Fans Stir Breezes.
Tennis Shoes for children, boys, girls
and women, sizes from children's 6's to
boys' 6' s and women' s 6's. Same Tennis
Oxfords that always sell for 50c pair.
Choice, beginning Monday morning
Could any stronger argument be used
to force out Shoes during this Mid-Summer
Clearance Sale than the prices we're quot
ing. Every Shoe in the house Infants',
Boys', Girls', Misses', Women's and Men's
is reduced, except the "Jenness Miller"
"Jenness Miller" Oxfords, russet and
black, $4. They never change.
100 Pairs Boys'
Russet Shoes the kind that sell for'
from $1.50 to $2.50, sizes 13 to 5.
To close, beginning this morning
!: ::;!:; ;:
For your choice of our $12,
$15, and $18 summer suits.
This is the last and deepest
cut of the season. See the
tyles in our windows.
J cut of the season. See the J
J tyles in our windows.
M. DYRENFORTH & CO. I
U23 Pa. Ave. N. W.
"Cold Wave." I
uon g wait lor me c-uiu ave h
it will be way behind time thiB 0
year. Buy an Electric Fan and Si
pnonc us to turn on the current. iff
U. S. Elecfcrio Lighting Co., g
213 14th st. nw. Thone 77. g
umni i if vou stay in town every night.
I UU LL Hide or drive through Urookiand
to HAM S UUttN IJS.N. V.OOI
unnKs, rresh oreezes and lots
to entertain you.
L & R." ROUTE.
Mir NINTH-BATIIIXG SUITS.
'i- -A fc. I
A COLD IN ONE DAY,
CROUP IN 10 MINUTES,
La GRIPPE, INFLUENZA,
A prompt nnd reliable
remedy in Inflammation
nf thfthtnmnrh nnd "nnte-
J els, Scarlet and Typhoid
fever, uonstipauon ana
All these disoases are
Inflammations, and Bra
zilian Balm curea in
ilammationt Fever and
Congestion in any part of
cured her in 10 minutes,' Wonderful." Thomp
Slioex li!nil Vtq.
939 PENNA. AVE.
The National Safe
Of the District of Columbia
Chartered by special act or Con crew,
Jan.. lhU7, and act of Oct., 1800, aaJ
Capital, One Million Dollar.
Modgen & Co.
Brokers and Dealers,
Stock, Cotton, Grain and Provisions,
Rooms 10 aal 11 Corcoran Ballilar,
Corner latli ami F street, nnd M) Ttu. at nif
CORSON & MACARTNEY,
Members ot the New Tork Stock Ex
change, 14.11) F St., Glover Buildinc
Correspondents of Messrs. Moore & Schley,
No. bO Broadway,
Bankers and Dealers In Government Bonds.
Deposits. .Exchange. .Loans.
Kail road Stocks and Bonds nnd all
securities listed on the exchanges of
New 1'ork, Philadelphia. Boston and Balti
more bought and solo
A specialty made or Investment securi
ties. District Bonds and all local Kail
road, Gas. Infaurancc and Telephone Stock
American Bell Telephone Stock bought
and sold. mnlS-tf
Matters anything you may
wane to know about mining
and mining properties. 708
W. B. Hibbs & Co.,
BANKERS and BROK.ERS,
Members Ne-v York Stock EtcaAa
1427 F Street
LADENBUKG. THxVL.iIANX A Qi.
I AMERICAN SECURITY t
1 AND TRUST CO. I
Money to Loan.
This company has money to loa ;
on listed collateral securities at k
lowest rate or Interest. 5
V. J. BULL. President S
Money to Loan
At 5 Per Cent.
on real estate In D. C; no delav; tern
HEISKELL & McLERAN,
Jyy-t 1008 F st. nw.
T STATEMENT of the condition of the
E1FE INSURANCE COMPANY OF VIR
GINIA, of Richmond, State or Virginia.on
the 30th day of June, 1807, as required by
act o Congress approved July 29, 1S92:
Capital stock 8100,000 00
Capital stock paid up and se
cured 100,000 00
Cash on hand and In banks. . . . $84,081 -16
Real estate 37,063 23
Bonds and mortgages (firtt
lien on real estate) 551,43101
OUier securities 25,028 21
Stocks and bonds (market
value) 65,230 87
Bills receivable and collateral
ly" ;; 58,377 G9
Premiums uncollected and in
hands or agents 109,253 70
Interest due and accrued on
June 30, 1897 20,147 93
Total assets $1,011,216 26
Legal reserve (estimated) .. $851,679 00
Reserve for unpaid losses and
claims 9,556 00
Net surplus 148,420 50
All other liabilities 1,560 70
Total liabilities $1,011,216 20
Dividendsand expends forsix
months, ending June 30,
Dividends $24,930 23
Current expenses 216,125 61
Losses and ca,h surrender
Total $445.017 40
G. A. WALKER, President.
JAMES W. PEGRAM, Secretary.
City of Richmond, State of Virginia,
Subscribed and-sworn to before mo this
24th day ot July, 1897,
FRANK M. WOON,
au8-2t Commissioner in Chancery.
Our 2d Grand RebulidingSale
Day of Reckoniug- Takes Place
We have three days grace left
in which we have an opportu
nity of turning- goods into cash
let floor New Building. ..-.--fry.
25 plecei very fine Dress Linens, con
sisting or Checks, Batiste, Donegal Saltlne.
Lace and Silk Stfipc Linens. 25c to 29c
value. la l-2o
3 pieces Plain Black Batiste Waa
18 pieces Fancy Duck and Tailor-made
Suiting. 12 l-2c qualltv 3 3-4o
4 pieces 12 l-2c Plain Black Lawn.
C tcyles ot Flue Cotton Covert Snlt
m&. T l-2o
2d floor New Building.
Cashmere Twill White Shaker Flannel.
Special price. r i-2o
The popular Alaska Canton Flannel, good
as the Klondike Investment rl.2o
Good quality White Wool Flannel ISO
All-wool White Queche Flannel. Always
fiew Kucland Yaru-wliic Fine Wutie
Flannel reduced to- 250
let floor New Building.
38-lnch All-wool Navy Storm Serge.
Worth 3Uc- .. sco
45-inch Imported Fine Imperial Serge,
In different ohadesof navy 38o
Stt-inch black Figured iioliair ana Serse.
Worth 29a 3.90
38-lnch Plain Black Mohair, with bright
45-lnch Imported Diagonal Luster
45 Inch All-wool Imported Silk-Jlnished
45-inch Fine Imported Imperial Navy
Blue Serge. ; 3g0
1st floor-Nw Building.
We have taken all our Tan. Brown and
Oxblood IIo that we have in the house,,
consisting of the rinest Lisle and Genuine
ilaco Yarns, all sizes, all weights, aU qual
ities or 50c, 39c, 35c, 23c, and 19c.
Every pair 3S l-2o
We have made a special &, 0f au 3
and ends or Misses and Children's Hose,
in Fast Blacks, consisting of broken lots
or all varieties or 50c, 39c, and 25c
goods, and put them on the counter atl79
(Every sizem this lot.)
25c nold Skirt Supporters, good thing..l0o
15c Tortoise Shell Sm Combs 50
15c Large Package Hair Pins, 12 pkgs.
or 8 pins .. 50
Adamantine Pms, all sizes lo
Brook's Cotton lc
Cube Glass-Headed Pins Bo
Bone Collar Buttons 80
Rubber Hair Pins, 12c box.. 3o
25c Sleeve Extender 50
23c Boxes Tanne Moth Paper Clip
Wheel Cloth for Cleaning Bicycle" 5o
1,000 cakes of 7, 10 and 15c Toilet Soap.
EllgbUy soiled In the wrappers 50
8tli and Market Space.
7th 9t entrance. Family Shoo Stire.
NOW IS THE TIME I
We Can Save You
a lot of money- if you will
attend ttils clearance Mtle of
AVe have made reductions
In every department.
Tiie goods -we oiler were
all purcliassea lor tUe spring
"We want to irmKe room lor
onr new Jail stock.
It will pay you to Help us
COME AND SEE.
Cash or Credit.
I House & Herrmann
5 Liberal Furnishers, J
4 7th and I Sts. N. W. 5
O ffe -fez O,. O
Rents reduced to $10 per inontn.
Only Two Left.
These nouses are built ot the beat
material by day labor; have eight rooms
and bath; verandas, sanitary plumbing-,
dty water, gas, sewers, porcelain-lined
roll-rlm bathiubs, electrio Dells, range,
not and cold water, also excellent artesian
well water directly in front or these
houses; speaking tubes, southern edga
grain pine rtoors. tiled hearths and
rire places, nsnoome mantels, and
beautirully papered. They are erect
ed on terraced lots, with substantial
copings, steps and walks, shaded by a
neautirul grove. They are near the Sol
dlers'Home and not Tar from Mt. Pleasanti
on the Bright-wood Electric Car Line. Fox
particulars apply en premises or to
EDWIN A. NEWMAN,
611 Seventh Street N.W.
WASHINGTON LAW AND CLAIMS COMPANY
Rooms 5 & 7, 472 La.ave.nw.
This company will purchase Ileal Estate,
the title to which Is defective or In dis
pute, or will clear up said titles for the
owners. Will pay back taxes at a discount.
Will rurnlsh bonds In criminal and civil
cases. Will act as receiver, assignee,
guardian, or trustee. Will prosecute claims
or all kiudand will BUY AXD SELL such
as arc assignable.
Street ami Steam Railroad Accident
Cases a Specialty. N'o charge for Consul
tation. Financial Assistance Furnished to
Litigants on Reasonable Terms.
Telephone N'o. 1118. JTDIIN G. SLATER,
La Rues Female Pills.
Safe and Sure Price. $1.50.
At a'll TJrugocfcts.
Blind, bleeding Inter
nal or protruding idles, no
matter of how longstand
ing, speetli'y cored, with
out cutting, tying or de
tention lroa business
DU. SHRAUKR. Special
ist, SOI Ninth-st. n w.
No other houso does, ever did. or aw
Will sell such sterling qualities at sack
low prices aa ire Quota.