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TILDE MOEOTGTIMES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1897.
Today- That Man's or Youth's
Sack Suit, Woolen Bicycle Suit
and a pair or two of Shoes. You
of the purchase price, as that is
the discount we are now giving
for choice of thisseason's newest
and beststj-les and qualities.
Robinson & Cfieiy Co., '
12tii 2nd F Streets N. W.
The Wince Lot ellipse has been much
Improved by regradiug.
The rirbt consignments Xorthern oysters
"were to be found ou the market yesterday.
The police patrol i oxes la Xo. 7 precinct
are very much in need ot a fretu coat ot
The iron fence indexing the White House
plaza lias lx-en given a fresh mat of
"ew cement pavementh are. being laid
on M btrect, between Tenth and Eleventh
The lower part of Seventeenth street, utt
5elow the new Corcoran Art Gallery, Iiub
Kit family e.curhion under the auspices
of the German Central Vereln will be gien
to Hlver View today.
Work it progressing rapidly on the large
new oiflc-e building at the corner of Four
teenth and F htreets northwest.
Judg Mills yesterday sentenced James
Howard to sixty days in jail for stealing
six. silver teai-poons from F- Zwasseeu.
The recently elected officers ot ( o
lumbla TyjKigraphlcal Union, No. 101, "11
be installed at the annual meeting of niie
onion, to be held tomorrow at 2 p. -n.
There will be a meeting ot the local
executive committee of the National
Educallcnal Association in the Loard ot
trade roomt this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock.
The annual report of the water registrar,
submitted to the Commissioners yesterday,
bhowe 51.C23 inspections made during the
year, and receipts to the umouut of $313,-i3S-S3.
The auditing committee ot Columbia
Typographical Union, No. 101, has been
buy the last week preparing Its annual
report, which will be submitted at the
meetingofthc union tomorrow afternoon.
Frank Bowman, colored, twenty years
old, fell yesterday from the third story of
a house at No. 200 A street southeast,
where he was employed, but received but
slight Injuries. He was taken to the
Frovidowc Hospital and then removed to
his home. No. 1135New Jerseyavenue.
Electric bells, speaking tubes. 1208
Mr. WarOcld, who holds the contract
Tor the removal of the city refute, w.is
jesterday made defendant in a suit en
tered b Oyrus Borguers, builder ot ".he
receutlv condemned Kmith crematory, for
ii,633 02, alleged to be due by the trms
of the contract under which the crematory
lightning rode, electric lights. P. H.
B. AND O. BULLETIN.
Bay Eidgc, CO cents for the round trip;
'cralnt leave 9:15 a. m. and 4:30 p. m.
Bundaya, 9:35 a in., 1:30 and 3-13 p. m.
Cape May, Atlantic City and Bea Isle
City, 10 a. m. and 12 noon, Friday and
Saturday, good to return until following
National llegatta, Philadelphia, August
13th and 14th. Eeduced rates; B. & O.
the official route.
Baltimore and return, $1.25; Saturday
and Sunday next.
Frederick, Md., and return, $1; Au
Buffalo and return, $11.20; best and most
picturesque route; account G. A. B..; Au
gust 21 to 24 going.. aul2e-13,14-em
X District AfibCSMiicnt Ruling.
B. L. Thomas, attorney for the District,
yesterday held that the Commissioners
cannot assess property for benefits acc.iu
ing to it from improvements made to
adjoining Government property His
views are embodied in an opinion upon
the application of Mr. Charles A. Shields
for readjustment and variation ot the
special assessment against his property,
lot 19, square 1013.
SUeeby Will Appeal.
In the case of the mandamus Biiit 'f
Henry Shechy to force the District to
grant him & license. In which Judgment
was awarded to the defendant by Judge
McComas. Attorney Smith jebterday gave
yotice of an appeal to the court of appeals.
The Steamer Kent Released.
Judge McComas yesterday released the
reamer Kent from the libel recently
Aied by her crew for wages alleged tu
be due them, on bond furnished by the
Special for Saturday, August 14, a
four-quart Alabline preserving ketUe, or
a four-pound butter crock, with one pound
tea, one pound baking powder, one pound
cplces. $1 worth coffee, two bottles 25
cent flavoring extracts, or four cans .Milk
maid Brand condensed milk. Great Atlantic
and PaciHo Tea Company, 501 and 503
Seventh street northwest. It-em
The steamers Jane Moseley, Arrowsmith,
Samuel J. Pentz, and Harry Baudall, all
keep Consumers' Beer the best beer made.
Ask for it. aul3-Tt
I J8-Case of 24 bottles only $1 I
I Order a Case i
I for Sunday-
f Brop its a postal or tele- j
phone and we 11 deliver
you a case of our famous 63
'Champagne" or "Ruby"
Lager promptly. Both p
are pure and satisfying. 0i
are made of pure Hops
and Malt, properly aged, g
and are famous for their
brilliancy- and delightful
flavor. The former is m
light, the latter is dark.
jC3-Chso or 24 bottlos delivered In jq
unlettered wasons for only 81,00.
Write or telephone. (EJ
Washington Brewery Co., j
4ti an4F Sts. IT. E. 'Phone 1293. j
clf?ifRY55 I PPED
fell EiBi I 1 iA 85 n Ft
She Is Fined $100 or to Spend
Three Months in Jail.
TOE CASE TO BE APPEALED
Motions to Set Aside the Verdict
and for a New Trial of the Jla--Mige
Houe Keeper Overruled
Grounds for the Appeal Her At
torneys Able for Mercy.
Urs Minnie He Forest, the proprietress
of the bath and rnassagi- establishment at
No. 14,03 Pennsylvania avenui, whose
place was raided last month by the officers
of the First precinct, as a disoiderly
houte, was sentenced to pay a flue of
$100, or ferve three mouths in jail. '
. The De Forest trial lasted for two ',-
tire dajp. The testimony of the witnesses
was mo-st damaging, andin several instu.ws
revolt ing. When, the case was handed ov r
to the jury a erdiec was returned alni'At
Immediately afterward Messrs. Fulton
and Walker, the defendant's attorneys,
made a motion for a new trial on a Mil
of exceptions. Yesterday was the day
fixed for a hearing, and the following
re.uous were presented Tor granting Mrs.
De Forc6t another hearing:
Firht Beeaiihe'the verdict was contrii y
to the evidence; also to the burden of
Second Because, upon all the evidence
and ur,on the entire case, the Jury hliould
have returned a lerdict of not guilty.
Third Because of prejudice against the
defendant' party on account of the fact
that slui conducts a "vapor bath find
massage f&lauliMunenc," and partly ou
account of the publication of fal&e state
ment dehors the record against the de
fendant In a certain local newspaper
Fourt'i Because of errors on the part of
the presiding justice during bald trial in
allowing Sergt. Moore to state in detail
what one C'audia Clark (the complaining
witness In the case) had told them la 'he
.absence of the defendant, aud upon wlilch
the information against the defendant was
made, and also in refusing to allow the
defendant to produce eidence as to cer
tain subsequent admi.vsious of the said
Claudia Clark contradictory or the .-aid
statements made to the police orfioers.
rifth Because of other errors during the
trial upon the part or the presiding justice
to which exceptions were duly taken
Sixth Becaute of errors on the part of
the presiding justice in refusing certain of
Uie prayers presented to the defendant.
Seventh Because of his charge to the
jury, to which exceptions were tluly taken.
Mr. Fulton argued enth exception in
full and especially dwelt upon the influ
ence of the newspaper in question, whose
account of the woman's former life, he
claimed, had probably had no small weight
in settling the disposition of the cave
At the close of his argument Judge MHU
complimented Mr. Fulton upon the energy
and abtHfy which he had evinced "while
arguing for his client, but overruled the
A motion was at once substituted to ar
rest judgment, set aside the verdict and
dismiss the derendaut upon the ground that
the orfensa charged did not come within
the jurisdiction of the court, as it was a
common law and not a United States of
fense to maintain a bawdy house In
support oT his argument a numbar of parai
lei cases were quoted in which It was
decided that a common law offense could
not be one ugnin&t the United States
Mr Mullowuy in reply denied that the
District court had no jurisdiction in the
case in question, but claimed that the police
court his jurisdiction in all United States
Judge Mills then referred to an act of
Congress by which all the laws ot Mary
land and Virginia were also made those ot
Virginia. The last motion was, therefore,
The courc was then asked to pronounce
sentence, Mr Fulton making an eloquent
plea in behalf of his client for clemency on
the grouaG of the class of tesUmony on
which Mrs De Forest was convicted, ner
poverty, and the iact that at the present
moment her child is dangerously ill and
demands her attention.
Tne penalty was, therefore, made as llgnt
as possible under the circumstances, :l10
flne or three months In jail. Notice was
given that the case will be taken to the
court of appeals, and pending such action
the woman was released upon $300 ball.
UKUD FOR THE GRAND JURY.
Mr. Curtis Accuses- Carrie Prather
of Appropriating His Money.
Yesterday in the police court Carrie
Prather, a domestic, was held for the
action of the grand jury under $500
bonds She was charged with the larceny
or $100 from George Curtis, a Prince
George a.unty farmer. Curtis attends the
local markets and is a man of considerable
means. Thursday he had a large quantity
of money on his person - rapped up in $100
packages, After disposing of part of hi6
money at the market he sold some fruit
at the house where Mrs. Prather was em
ployed. He claims that the accused wom
an saw him with his money and that when
he Inadvertently laldit down for a moment
she securf-d pot-session of It.
He acknowledges that he had been to
several other places, but was sure he
had not lost It anywhere else.
Xo one belde Mr. Curtis gave testi
mony and one of the officials ot the police
department, who happened to be in the
room during the progress of the trial,
claimed that there was no proof that Mrs.
Prather was the guilty person.
A Remniltuble Cnre of Chronic
"In 1862, when I served my country
as a private in Company A, One-hundred
and sixty-seventh Pennsylvania Volunteers,
I contracted chronic diarrhoea. It has
given me a great deal of trouble ever
Eincc- I have tried a dozen different
medicines and several prominent doctors
without any permanent relief. Not long
aco, fi friend sent me a sample bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, and after that I bought
and took a 50-Cent bottle; and now I
can say that I am entirely cured. I
cannot be thankful enough to you for
this great remedy, and recommend it to
all suffering veterans. If In doubt, write
me. Yours gratefully, Henry Steinberger,
Allcntowr-, Pa " Sold by Henry Evans,
Wholesale aud Be tail Druggist, 938 F
Btrect; Connecticut avenue and S street
northwest, and 1428 Maryland avenue
An ideal place are the Highland Ter
race Apartments. Location unsurpassed.
Thomas Circle, 1401 Massachusetts ave
nue northwest. Suites containing three
aud four rooms, with private bath; con
taining rooms large, cheerful, modern
and well-appointed. House now open for
inspection. The cafe, under the especial
direction ot Mrs. P, W. Favorite, will
be opened October 1, 1897. Letters
prompUy answered. aul3-tf-em
$1.25 To Baltimore nod Re- $1.25
turn via B. & O. R. R.
Via B. & O. B. R. All trains August 14
and 15, valid for return passage until
following yoJttiflftjf. &ull-4t-em
The tnati who tries to live 730 days in
z year is likely to find something giving
way hefore the year is complete. The
human animal is a remarkably strong or
ganization. It is astonishing how much
abuse it will stand and still hold together.
With proper care it seems well nigh in
destructible. What is proper care?
Right food at the right time, right
work, right sleep, right rest. Not one
man in a thousand can have these things
or will not, if he can. Next best tiling
is the remedy. If the machine is out of
order it must be mended. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery is medicine
for the blood and nerves, 'it helps stom
nch aud br.tin and lungs particularly
lungs. All weakness and disease seems
to lead to lung trouble. Consumption
kills more men than rule balls.
The "Golden Medical Discovery"
straightens out the digestion that's the
firbt step to pure blood. It searches out
every disease germ and kills it. It per
fectly purifies every portion of the body.
It furnishes food for the tired nerves and
the fagged brain. It builds up health
and strength and flesh. Nothing else is
like it Nothing else is "just as good."
There is hardly a disease In the category of
humtn ills that is not caused or aggravated by
coustipntion. Headache, hcart-buriu sonr stom
ach, biliousness, and palpitation of the heart arc
all caused by constipation. That trouble is
promptly and permanently remedied by Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They never gripe.
Your money back If they do. Cost twenty-five
cents at the druggist's. If he is dishonest he
will offer something said to be "just as good."
DEFEIDII6 TBEMB UOTOR
Suggestions of Receiver Sclioepf
to the Commissioners.
ASKS FOR FURTHER TESTS
AYlll Do Everything In Tils Power
to Secure Additional Investiga
tionsAgain Replies to the Stute
inentis Mudo iu the Adverse Re
port of dipt. Blaclr.
P.eccJvei Scboopf, of the Eckington and
Soldiers' nome Railway called to see Capt
Burr, who is Acting Engineer Commissioner
in the absence ot Capt. Black, yesterday
morumg, to ppeak about further tests of
the air motor .vith which it Is proposed to
equip his ma!
Mr. Scho'pf has already made a full
reply to the objections made by Commis
sioner Black In Ms advere report upon
the motor, anil In this leply stated that air
Is now beJng ued successtully In Xew
York, adding his desire that the Com
missioners investigate the Xew York sys
tem for therjselvea To this suggestion
the Comraiss'oaero on Thursday replied as
Dear Sir: The Commissioners have care
fully considered your letter of July 30,
ISO", in reply to the report or the Engi
neer Commissioner upon the air motor
system proposed to be adopted by the
Eckington aud Soldiers' Home and Belt
Line Itailway companies.
They have noted what you say in re
gard to the success or this motoron cer
tain lines in- Xew York city, and the'
proposed increase In the number or these
motors upon such lines.
They desire to ghe this question a rull
and carerul consideration, and would be
glad to make an investigation 1 n Xew York
or the use of these motors upon the lines
referred to by sending a man for that
purpose, but regret that the condition or
their runds is not such as to allow them
to do so, inasmuch as Congress has not pro
vided any runds for the purpose of such
In this letter Mr. Schoepf saw an Im
plied lequest that the company should pay
the expense ot sending a man to Xew
York, and yesterday morning's call was
for the purpose of making an offer.
To a Times reporter Mr. Schoepfsaid that
h e does not believe that the motor has had
a fair trial, and that he is willing to do
anything in his, power to insure a further
investigation. Commissioner Black's re
port, he said, stated as the principal ob
jections to the motor, that, first. If a
motor should break down he feared that
the next would not have power to push
It back to the shed, and seemed that he
feared the company would sink a lot
of money m the plant which they could not
get back should thf motor prove a failure.
Nothing had been said about the ability
to make its trips regularly and on schedule
time, but If there had, all doubts on that
score could be dispelled by an examination
of the Xew York system.
As to the ability of the motors to carry
another ear as a trailer in case of accident
Mr. Schoept said he has been experimenting
on that point and has made a motor carry
as many as four extra cars.
Mr. Sehoepf thought that it his offer
was accepted, and any employe of the
District detailed to make the investiga
tion, it would be Supt. McFarland, of the
water department, who had already sub
mitted one report upon the tests of the
air motor in this city.
He said that he is not only willing to
pay au investigator's expenses, but will
also accompany whoever it may be himself.
The company has still until July, 1898,
in which to adopt a motive power and
equip their lines, but it will be a tight
squeeze, and Mr. Schoepf is anxious to
have the matter acted upon as soon as
TEN DOLLARS FOR FIRING A GXJN
A Contractor "Who Scared His Neigh
bors. Fined by the Conrt.
Gun shots at $10 each are rather ex
pensive luxuries, but George Hevis' sport
cost him that amount. Revls Is a con
tractor, and lives at No. 174.1 A street
southeast. Last Monday night ho was
observed by the neighbors violently
flourishing a gun, and making widespread
assertions about cleaning out the neigh
borhood. Such violent demonstrations naturally
frightened the neighborhood, and when
Revis fired the weapon, thlsfeellngchanged
to one of terror As a consequence, a num
ber of persons appeared against the belli
cose contractor when he was arraigned In
police court yebterday morning. As the
defendant himself did not deny the charge,
a flue of $10 was Imposed.
The steamers Jane Moseley, Arrowsmith,
Samuel J. Pentz, and Harry Randall, all
keep Consumers' Beer the best beer made.
Ask for It. . r.ul3-7t
The Waehlugtonianj 68 pages; once cent.
All news stands. aul4;-2t
.Dro-WElness Is dispelled by Beeeham's
A RECORD SMASHER
We're going- to cut prices to a point that they have
never touched before and will never touch again. Spe
cial until 11 o'clock tonight. Not only will we
cut prices unmercifully on Summer Clothing but also
on shirts, neckwear, hosiery, EVERYTHING-. "We are
forced to do this because the dav of
OUR DISSOLUTION IS AT HAND !
We are ready for the greatest crowd in the history
of this store They will come they've GOT to come
these prices will BRING them. We promise you the
greatest bargains of -our life.
Men's Dress Suits
Men's Linen Suits
Very fine Serge Suits ....
Men's Business Buits .... 4)Z.v)
-Men's Fancy!i Vests OUG
Children's Wash Suits .. 20 C
Children's Wash rants .. C
Men's Crash Suits
Men's English Clay Diagonal Suits, silk
lined throughout, and
H H. Friedlander
Per visit is our only charge, ALL MEDICINES and
All Diseases of a SPECIAL NATURE are treated
for One Dollar per visit until cured.
WHAT WE TREAT AND CURE:
Emissions, Varicocele, Syphilis, Nervous Debility, Stricture, Gleet,
Impotency, Unnatural Discharges, Lost Manhood, Kidney and Bladder
YOTTKG MEN, MJDDXE-AGia OROLD a I EX suffering from the vices
and errors of youth, mid troubled with Xervous Dehllity, T.oss of Mem
ory, Unshfiilue;-, Confusion of Idea!, Headache, Dizziness, Pulpltrt
tlou of the Ilea rr, "Weak Hack, Durlt Circles Around tho Eyeo, T'liiiples
On tin Face, Loss of Sleep, Tlrd Feel lutein th Morn in;;, Evil Forebodings,
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Dreams and Xiht Losses, Deposits lti th Urine, Frequent Urination,
fcomi'tlmes accompanied with slight huriiJiii;, Kidney Troubles or any dln
ens of the Gonlto-Urliiury Organs, can here fiud uu honest, safe und
"VOTTfr TVT A 7 You nro nervous and despondent; wenk nnd debil-
VLJiN vT VtJ.J5.lM itted; tired nioriiliiijs; no iimhitlon; lifeJet; mem
ory poor, easily XutJued; excitable; eyes sunken, red and blurred; pimples
on face; dreams nnd niht losses; drains nt stool; oo.tiu; on excitement;
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vuneocele, want of confidence; impotency 'V'YrT TTT7itnT TTTPT "D
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" yu' a UxiSt! -
The National Medical and Surgical Institute,
SS"" ZIX Fourteenth Street Northwest. a
OFFICE HOURS 9 a. rn.to8p.rn.; Sunday, 10 to 12.
Consu'tatlon free and invited.
The Great South American Balsam,
FOR INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL USE.
Cofcghs, Colds, Croap and LaGrippe
la acute inflammation and swelling of the
Olfactory organ which contains the
Nerves of SmelL Thia orsan is a long
ribbon-like membrano and hanra from
tho roof of tho Nasal passage in folds, as
seen in Fig. 3. When this condition be
comes chronic,or-permanent, it is called
CATARRH. The folds becomo swollen
into a solid mass, so tho air in breathing
cannot circulate between them ; henco
tho loss of smell. The Catarrhal microbo
soon makes its appearance, causing a
multitudo of Email ulcers between theso
folds. Tho pus from these ulcera is very
poisonous and soon impregnates tho
whole mucou3 surface of the nose, head
and throat with tho diseaso. Medical
works show cases where tho tonsils hava
becomo a corrupt mass of ulcers. It not
infrequently involves tho wholo bronchial
passage to tho lungs, causing consump
tion and death. It will bo seen that
nothing can radically cure Catarrh which
does not reach to tho seat of the disease
between theso folds of tho Olfactory
organ, and cleanso and heal theso ulcers.
BRAZILIAN BALM ia the only known remedy
iu nature that will accomplish this result.
It will heal any old sore. Snuff a solu
tion of tho Balm and warm wator. aa
Ita Healing Power Is
strong as you can Dear, up tne nose, from
the hand or through a Nasal Doucho, aa
InFig. 1. Then, as water will not run up
lunhold tho head down, as in Fig. 2, giv
ing it time to work in botween tho folds.
Dp this three or four times a day. You
will soon experience relief, and if faith
ful, In a few weeks the folds will bo open
ed, tho swelling gone, tho ulcers will bo
healed and the sense of smell and taste
restored. A 60 cent bottle contains two
weeks treatment, and tho S1.00 bottlo six
weeks treatment. Catarrh never cures
Itself. Brazilian Balm is guaranteed to
MTfl TTflV "PftYPT- ftivAa cnmncinffTnltftf
in Consumption and often cures.
RIfty Cents and One Dollar pr
The Fifty Cent Bottle contains One Hundred Doses.
HOIXE TESTIMONIALS." I wa3 near a consumptive's gravo from Catarrh. It had
eaten holes into tho flesh above my palate Brazilian Balm mado a sound, well man of mo."
Chas. White, Wilmington, DeL "Brazilian Balm quickly cured my daughter of a violent attack
of Grippe. It is a blessing in the homo." W.B. Morrow, Merchant. "Brazilian Balm cured ma
over night of ono of the worst colds I over had." Chas. Connollee, Lawyer, York, Pa. "Our
child had a severe attack of Croup. The Balm cured her in 10 minutes. Wonderful." Thomp
son Foster. Camden, N. J. "I had dyspepsia over SO years. Brazilian Balm cured mo in two
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S children in & days with Scarlet Fever. Tho fourth child was taken tho tamo way but wo gave
her Brazilian Balm and she quickly recovered." Burton B. Deputy. Milford. Del. Ask your
druggist for circular.
Sold by Druggists and
B. F. JACKSON &COMPANY. Proof's,
WASHINGTON UMD, CLAIMS COMPANY
Rooms 5 & 7, 472 La.ave.nw.
This company ivill purchase Real Estate,
Che title to wnicb Is defective or In dis
pute, or will clear up Baid titles for the
owners. Will pay nacfctaxes at n discount.
Will furnish bonds In criminal and civil
cases. Will act as receiver, assignee,
guardian, or trustee. Will prosecute claims
ot all kinds and -will BUY AND SELL such
as ure assignable.
Street and Steam Railroad Accident
Cases a Specialty. No charge for Consul
tation. Financial Assistance Furnished to
Litigants on Reasonable Terms.
Telephone No. 11181 JOHN (J. SLATER,
NERVOUS TROUBLES, all kinds, cured
with Animal Extracts., Free book tells
how. Wash'n Chemical Co., Washington, D
O. For sale by WE8. Thompson, 703 15th
fcnwt - ieSO-tt
Children's Crash Suits ....
(Ages 0 to 1G yeais.)
Children's Flannel Blouse
All-wool Golf Hose
Fine Seamless Hose
75c. Fancy Shirts ..
9 1 1 sizes
and E Sts.
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La GRIPPE, INFLUENZA,
A prompt and reliable
remedy in Inflammation
of tho Stomach and Bow
els, Scarlet and Typhoid
Fever, Constipation and
All theso diseases aro
Inflammations, and Bra
zilian Balm cures in
flammationt Fever and
Congestion in any part of
Dealers, or sent on receipt of prico.
La Rues Female Pills.
Safe and Sura. Prico, 91.60.
At all Drucist3.
g is not only better, cleanerand
' safer, but it is also much cheaper jj
J than steam for operating any Jg
ig kind of machinery. Requires no 6
g engineer. Requires no coal no
6 hotfires. It 1s the "Ideal" power. J8
W Ask us questions. 5i
8 U. S. Eleotrlo Lighting Go., g
g 218 14th St. nw. 'Phone 77. 6
JOHNSTONS, 729 7th St.
5 lbs, Sugar
JCou are entitled to 5 lbs. or Gran
ulated Sugar free with every pound
or 5(lo Tea, 00c Tea, HOC Tea or
?l Tea. l'urcliabers or a lb, or
Java and Mocha Corfee are alio
entitled to 6" lbs. or sugar.
We believe luletttngourcubtnmers
have tho advantage of our iui
itienhe nurctiiibeh or uranulated Su
You will do well to purchase as
many dollar.1, worth as you find
convenient the price at our stores,
-4 3-t cents lb. limit to the
Lemon Cakes, lb 8c
Coffee CakeSjlb 8c
Nicnacs, lb 8c
Rifle Nuts, lb 8c
Society Wafers, lb 1 Oc
Cream Crackers, lb 5 c
GKEAT VAKIETY. OF ilAVEN
Wl.lt S CA1CKS, IN GLASS-FRO -NT
TIN UAKE CASES.
Star Soap and liorax. Soap at
2. l-:sc percake.
Large Lump Starch in 7-lb. lots
ata 1-2C lb.
Sweet Chocolate 3c
Elgin Condensed Milk 8c
Arbuckle's and Leverlng's Cof
ree at 11 1-Uc per package, in lots
or 10 packages.
O. K. Root Beer, 4c
O. K.. Hoot Beer, In lots or 6
bottles, at 4 l-2c eacli. One bottle
makes 5 gallons or a delicious
400 sacks or the Uoyal Brand Best
Family Flour atliOc per sack.
Table Meal, 15c
Sacks or Table Ground Corn
Meal ror 13 ct&. sact.
JOHNSTONS, 729 7th St.
offe - -.-' vfc-o
I POSITIVE I
J! and has been gradually built
up by giving the greatest a
possible value for the lowest A
possible price, and Ja
I WORKING J
EARLY AND j
J to secure unqualified bar-
$ gains for the benefit of our i
5 LIBERAL HOME FINISHERS, J
Tth and I Sts. N. W.
cw'' '&'' -''. .- o
aa. halves' uoldex specific cures
It can bo given without the bnotvSetlcc ol
tho patient in coffee, tea or articles of food; will
effect a permanent unit speedr cure, whether the
patient ia a motlerato drinker or an alcoholic wreck,
Book of particulars free, to be hid of
F. S. William. Si Co.. OU k V SU. K. W Wnllorloi., D. a
GOLDEN SPECIFIC CO.. Prop1:. Cincinnati, 0.
JWWrits for thtlr " Book aa Uorphloe UiMt," mailed free.
1S7 W. o sn, N. X.
The Busy Comer,
8th and Market Space.
Our 2d Grand Rebuilding and
A field or anopera glass, place thellttle end
toward thepntes.andthelarKeend toward
the Koods advertised and you'll discover
tlic greatest difference in the world. Tho
one i far-retdted, and the other is rlgha
at your grasp.
Tliat ia the comparison we make with
our atter-stock-taKing prices. Hig bar
gains attached to small figures. Our store
will remain open until 9 o'clock tonight. '
After Inventory we find about 3n dozen
Mens, and Ladles I'rint-boruered Hand
kerchieffc; .slightly mused; eold for Do.
and 10c. NEW PRICE 30
Another assortment or Ladles' fine em
broidered Misses Handkerchiefs, with fast
scolloped edges; also Men's all-linen
print borders or plain; reduced to ixo
"We've made the old prices on Summer
Jset Corhets look silly.
We have quite a lot of them, In fact
more than necessary to supply the regular
stock. We are going to sacrifice this sur
And sell the 35c. kind for 210
The 50c. quality for .390
And the 75c. grade for 483
Second floor, new building.
This particular line Is the next best
friend the corset has; Invariably always
After Inventory we find different lota '
of fine ribbed Tests.
SC for 12 l-2c value.
121-2C for 19c value. 7K.
25c for 50c value. v
Second Floor, New Building.
and Fancy Fronts.
Ladies' Mull Collarettes, slightly "
mu&fced, sold for 25c and 33c 50
ly soiled; were 50c and 75c iOo
One lot or Ladles' Odd Neckpieces,
which sold up to $1.50 each 35o
Everything elfee In fine Neckwear, Includ
ing Kime of the Imported styles, made
ot all kinds of fine materials, which
told up to $3.00 48o -"
First Floor, New Building.
Silk Gioves and fitts.
Ladies' and Misses' Pure Silk Mitts,
in white, cream and colors; reg
ular 25c value 50
All are fine, all-silk Gloves, In tans
blues, greens, navy, cardinal and other
Ebades, were 35 and 50c X9o
Open until 9 o'clock tonight.
8th and Market Space.
7th st. entrince. Family Shoe tire.
For yonr choice ot our $12,
$15, and $1S summer suits. 9
This Is the last and deepest P
cut ot the season. See the P
styles in our windows. P
DYRENFORTH & GO.
023 Pa. Ave. J. W.
Rents reduced to 10 per month.
Only Two Lelt.
.These nouses nre uuilc ot tho bert
material by day labor; have eight rooms
and bath, verandas, sanitary plumbing,
city water, pas, sewers, porcelaln-linea
roll-rlm bathtubs, electric bells, range,
hot and cold water; also excellent artesian
well water directly In front ot these
houses; speaking tubes, southern edga
gram pine rioors. tiled hearths and.
rire places, tiancsoiue mantels, and
beautifully papered. They are erect
ed on terraced lots, with substantial
copings, step3 and walks, shaded by
beautiful grove. They af8 near the Soi
diers' Home and not fnrfrom Mt. Pleasant
on tho Brightwood Electric Car Line. For
particulars apply on premises or to
EDWIN A. NEWMAN,
611 Seventh Street N. W.
PAINTER OF MINIATURES,
Removed lo 932 F Strest,
instructions tea limited class trrrymorning
Bli- d. bleedinr. inter
nal or protruding piles, no
matter of how longstand
ing, speedi'y cured, with
out cutting, tyin or de
tention iroa business.
UK. SHltAUi.lt, Special
ist, fcOI Xinth st. n w.
''' - a .
I Cooking does not
J "wear you out" J
5 " " one hit it It's done on a J
J " Gas Cook Stove. it's the
f " " cleanest, safest, and most
T " economical Stove In exist- 4
i " " ence today. Investigate Its
" W various merits. We've a
J " " superb Uock of Gas Stoves i
9 " " all reasonably priced $8 up.
4 " " Will he pleased to show them. 5
Gas Appliance Exchange, I
5 1424 New York Ave. f
Bft fi STORAGE CO., 10 to 18 Est
, 06 U, ne. 1 to $3 per month.
S, Kaon, Sons & Go.