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THE MOBNIG- TIMES," THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1897.
Big invoice of those pop'
ular Derbys which went so quickly
last week. They are the peer of
any" $3 Hat in town, but like the
last lot the price is only $2.00.
All standard blocks and aewest
colors. All size?.
Our furnishing goods man is
very enthusiastic over the new
Neckwear. Says you save 25c
every time you biry one of our 50c
Ties for everybody else in town
sells the same grade for 75c.
ROBINSON & CHERY CO.,
12Ui and P Sts. v. W.
Clothes. FiirnUliIns. H-tts Shoes.
- mr .
The sufferer cares little what
itiKealletl; heonly knows that it
makes him feci wi etched. It
is no longer nccebary to suffer
Bailey's Chill Pills
mire at once. The very firt-t
dose will stop ttiechlllh 25c a
box at alldrugglstb.
11th and F sts.nw.
In the suit of J. E Williams ngainot W. C.
Carroll and others, Matthew Trimble, jr .
yePt orda y f HmI his answer, in -which he denies
the allegation of the plaintiff that cer
tain notes anil deeds of Hurt a re forgerieb.
The resignations of Drs. T. B. McDonald
a.s resident student at tLv Washington Asy
lum have been accepted. Dis StuartJuhn
fcon and W. E Whiton have been appointed
10 Uie portions thus made vacant.
William Duffj, a plumber, yesterday
filed a claim against the Belt Line Rail-,
way, new In the handb of William K.
Shoepf,n lecelwr appointed by the courts,
for SlS6 alleged to be due him for work
done before the company was declared
B. & O. BULLETIN.
Luray and return, aj0; including ad
liifehion to Uie caves. Special one-day ex
t urston Timrniay next, September y. Train
leaves Washington 8:30 a. m.
Niagara Falih and return, 10. Specially
conducted ten-day tour , ThurMla y next. Sep
tember 0. Special train of ooaeheb and Iull
iuau can-lea veWafchington8:10n.m. Tickets
g-ol to op off leuiruingat WatKlus Glen,
R bestir . and Buffalo.
HaMioore and return,-$L. Sunday nexti
Bay Ridjce nd return, 50 cents. Sunday
sext closing day.
tolwiitwh, Ohio, and return, 12.75 for
.he round-trip. September 19-21 to 27,
account L". V. L. National Encampment.
$2, Atlantic City and return, Saturday
and Sunday next. Royal Blue Line; lest
Sunday; gwd to rebWB unUlrollo wing Mon
I.IAHLIC TO CONFISCATION.
Majority - Dry ilenwnres lined
Here "Not of Legal Dimensions.
Acting Sealer of Weights and Measures
Miller has called the attention of the Com
n&tfonerb to the fact that a majority of
tlie dry measure in use In Washington
wlrtle conforming to the regulations in
capacity, are not of the diu.enhlons pre
scribed by law. This would make them
liable to confiscation, and Mr. Miller has
asked that Attorney Thamas be directed to
render an opinion upon the matter. If 'it
Is decided to enforce the law it will un
doubtedly work a great hardtbip upon the
ifcniullcr dealers, who are for the most
parttheowners-of such measures.
Personally Conducted Tour Via
Pennsylvania Itailroud to
Round trip tickets, good going on 7:50
a. m. train September 10, and valid for
return until September 15, including one
dayte Ixwrd at the Mountain House, $8.00.
MufeMiehusetts Mutual Benefit
Tio you wish to sell your policies toad
vantage? It eo, give number and amount
of policy and age at the prcEcut time.
Address X. T. Z this office. se5-tt
1.00 WuhlilDgton to Baltimore
and return, via Pennsylvania Railroad
laKjost time finest equipment. Sunday
next. Tickets good on all trains that
day. - tc9-3t
2.00 to Philadelphia and Return
next Sunday via Pennsylvania Railroad,
the finest railroad in America. Special
excursion next Sunday. se9 .'is
$1.00 Washington to Haiti mo re
and return, next Sunday, via Pennsylvania
Ratlrond. Tickets good on all trains.
1.00 to Uultlmore and Return via
For all trains Suuday, September 12.
I eSTCa-seof 24 bottles only Si
I Our Recipe for
I Keeping Cool.
S Have a Case of our de- a
a licious Beer in the house j
g and enjoy a Cold Bottle,
S whenever you're hot and
thirst v. S
are liquid refreshment on
a warm day. They are
the most satisfying- of
thirst quenchers. Famous
for their purity and per
jg! 3CaR0 of 24 bottles dellrerod In g
w unlettered wa;ons for only SL.OO. 0
Write or telephone. g
g Washington Brewery Co.,
A 4th aad? Sts. K. E. 'Phone 215.
fiOV55 i hum
a k r, K W r S'Bfcs Be
STILL ANOTHER HOT D1Y
Was Ninety Degrees Yesterday,
Will Be as Mnch Today.
BUT THE YUKON IS FROZEN
While Norlli Dulcotn "Was tlie UottM
Place in tlie Country There "Was
SIeiU Hiding at D.wsuii City
"Washington "Will Keep Winn
Tlilrly-Ix flours Longer.
Washington ife going to swelter again to
day, jus as it did yesterday and the day
before, and the Weather Bureau holds, out
no elusive prospects, that the sweltering
will not continue tomorrow. According to
the Weather Bureau, we ought not to
complain of being mi warm.
We were not to warm yesterday as we
were tl.e day before, as the very con
servative thermometer at the bureau regU
tered only 90 degree, yesterday, while Uie
day before It scored us high as 92. The
prospects are that today will be a repeti
tion of yesterday, and thatfcome time to
morrow the thermometer will take a down
w ard spurt.
The mobt peculiar feature of the pres
ent hot spell i. that this is September,
and last month, commonly supposed to be
the hottest scorcher of the year, was
like real autumn weather. Thlb brief
experience of colder "Weather -warmed us
into fancied immunity from hot breezes,
but the breezes got there Jum: the same.
The spell was explained at the Weather
Bureau as being due to an area of high
pressure. This area extended from New
York to South Carolina, and from the
coast to Ohio. In that area, the highest
temperature was 50 degrees, experienced
here, and at Norfolk, Charlotte and Rich
mond At Philadelphia, it was only 8-i.
This aiea of high pressure was not dot
ted by u tingle cloud, and there was
nothing but In-ated air to ward tif the
suu'b lays. This condition will continue
foi at least thirty six hours, while it is
possible that It may be at least forty
eight hours before the hot scorcher stops
With regard to the query as to why
August was so much cooler this year, the
officiuls at I he Weather Bureau stated that
Washington should take Its good luck as
it corn's, and not ask fool questions.
The hottest place In tha country yester
day was Bimar,k, N. li , where the score
tubeh. showed 101 degrees. The dty be
iore it whs 102. Palestine, Texas, also
got in some good work, and averaged up
with P2; Little Rock had 9-1, l'arkersburg,
W. Va., and Green Bay, Wis., footed up
the respectable figun-s of 9-1 each. Chi
cago, generally the hottest iHace this side
of a certain well known pot-L mortem re
tort, had only 92.
To offset tl.fse upward inclination of
the mercury, ir is refreshing to know that
San Francisco slumbered peacefully last
night with a temperature of only 00. The
n.eie reading of such figures makes one
cr.Uly. At Quebec it was uS. The of
fical return from Dawson City and
Forty Mile have not jet been received at
the office of the Weather Bureau but it
is learm-d from reliable sources that it
v. as a bout 10 degrees above ero.
The Yukon RUer commenced to freeze
yesterday, and ice three incheh thick is
already reiwrted. Good skating Is in
prospect. Sleighing pnrties are quite fre
quent. The ground is already frozen to
a depth of three feet- A number of Klon
dike who were going up the Yukon in
an open boat were caught In the Ice
flees and had to w alk ashore. The pros
pects are that there will be about three
feet or snow jtt Dawson City today. Under
such circumstances the people of Wash
ington should not feel weary at the pros
pect of working In a temperature of only
90 degrees. They should fee! glad that it
is not 1 0 degrees above or below zero.
TEMPERANCE WORKERS MEET.
Plans for Annual Meeting of the W.
C. T. TJ. DibCiifeseu und Adopted.
The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union of tne District of Columbia held
a called meeting at their headquarterp,
910 F street northwest, yesterday n.oni
ing at 10 o'cloc. Mrs. M. B. Piatt, the
president, made an address, settinc forth
the work of the union for the near future.
Tim number present was very large, and
plans for the annual meeting, which will
be held on the 5th and 6th of October,
The day sessions will be set apart for
the reports of the superintendents and
other, matters of interest On the even
ing of 'he 6th there will be a demon
ftratwn meeting similar to the one held
last year Mrs. Catherine Lente Steven
son, the national secretary, will make the
principal address, aud other women of
national repute -will be present and give
A day of prayer will be held on Septem
ber 29, one week previous to the auuual
meeting, from 10 untin.2 In the morning
and from 2 until 4 in the afternoon. The
ounouncement of the Anti-Saloon League
meeting ou the tecond Sunday in October
was n.ade. This will be the last mass
meeting before the close of the license
PETITION FOR DIVORCE.
Mysierlons Allegation Mnde by Mrs.
Minnie Donglns in Her Complaint.
Minnie Douglas hns filed suit for divorce
against Samuel Douglas. She states that
her husband is a resident of Creole, S. 0.
Tbey -were married in Baltimore July 10,
JPri.Tie i.i.i mi being Minnie Busins
They Ined together until August 23,
1S9", Tvhen she alleges he deserted her.
.ihe charges that during their married
liff he has acted with great impropriety,
the nature of which she does not care to
disclose, but she rears she may at any
time be Implicated in a great scandal. She
is represented by Attorney J. Prestou
Judge Cox ltele'asied the Steamer.
The Bteatner Kent recently libeled by
Jauiep E. McCracken and others, ou tw
count of wages alleged to be due them, ban
been releasvd by Justice Cox upon the filing
of a bout' by the owners of the boat.
Bach Broken by a Railroad Collision.
David BIckey, the well-known postal
telegraph operator of this city, had his
back broken March 2 in a railroad ac
cident at Cairo, 111., and is not expected
Republicans to Have a. Meeting.
The regular monthly reception of the
Ioa Republican Association will be given
at S o'clock this evening at Maccabee
The New Resident Physician.
Dr. Stewart C Johnson has been ap
pointed resident physician ut the Wash
ington Asylum Hospital.
Grentest Bargain of the Year
$2.00 to Atlantic City and return No
change of care Finest equipment Two
full days at the shore. Pennsylvania
EailroadnextSaturday and Sunday." -Ee9-3C
When a woman
is petulant and un
loving with those
sue loye best
wrong-, ine Dest
of women may be
ill - naturcd when
her neryqus sys
tem is strained almost to
the snapping point by
some ailment peculiar to
Thd average doctor sel
dom understands the vari
ous complications of these
delicate complaints. He
has no time or opportunity to become a spe
cialist. He gives the regulation convcn
lional "local treatment" and that's usually
all the good it does.
No wonder women sometimes make the
mistake of resorting to some advertised
preparation compounded by aii uneducated
nurse or other incompetent person. But
there is no need of all these difficulties
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures
these ailments in a natural and thoroughly
scientific manner. Dr. Pierce is a regularly
graduated physician, a skilled and eminent
specialist of thirty years successful experi
ence in treating diseases of the intricate,
No other physician in the world has bet
ter earned the confidence of suffering wo
men; and no other medicine has ever done
so much for them as his "Favorite Pre
scription." Its sale is greater than the
combined sale of all other medicines for
women. It is the only remedy of its kind
devised by an educated physician and
Dr. Pierce's thousand -page free book,
'The Common faense
Medical Adviser" con
tains several chapters
on the feminine phys
iology and is a store
house of valuable in
formation for both men
and women. It will be
sent absolutely free on
receipt of twenty - one
cents in one-cent stamps
to pay the cost of mail
ing only. Address,
BufTalo, N. Y. If a handsome, cloth-bound,
beautifully stamped binding is preferred,
send ten cents extra 31 cents in all) to pay
txtra cost of this handsome binding.
RIOT, BRICKS AND CLUBS
Lively Time That Resulted From a
Policemen "With Difficulty Cnpture
the Rioters, Who Tlad Seriously
Injnrctl Two Men.
Several negro laborers engaged In laying
a brick pavement on Nassau street, be
tv, een First and North Capitol, O and P
Ktreets northwest, created a small sized
lint yesterday afternoon, in which two of
their number, Washington West and an
unknown colored man, were carried away
A quarrel arose among the workmenover
a trivial affair and soon the air was filled
with flying bricks, clubs, and other mis
siles. A telephone message wan sent to
No. 2 station for the police reserve, and
the patrol wagon responded with Sergt.
Dunnlgan and Policemen Copeland, Mudd
and Jl ea'tijn, who soon dispersed the mob.
JiiinPi auO Lewis Johnon and Robert
Moore, three of the ring leaders of the
gang, txk refuge in .1 neighboring house
and defied the police to enter.
James Johnson appeared at one of the
ivluuows with a drawn revolver and threat
ened to hiicot tlm first policeman who
entered tha place. This did not terrify the
policemen, however, and Sergt. Dunnlgan
and Policeman Copeland advanced toward
the window, and diverting Johnson's at
tention seized him and dragged him through
As soon as Johnson had been secured the
remaining two ir.cn surrendered and were
placed under arrest aud taken to No 2
ntstloa and locked up. None of the police
men were hurt, but West, one of the in
jured men, had received a ghastly cut
on the head from a brick thrown by one
of the Johnsons, aud lie was removed to
the Emergency Hospital, where he received
He reiused to remain at the institution
and after his head had been bandaged
he went home. Th three prisoners will
be arraigned In police court this morning.
TIONOHED A DEAD BROTHER.
Frederick Fretind Burled by G. A. R.
Comrades and Masonic Brethren.
The funeral of Mr. Frederick Freund, who
llfd at Atlantic City on last Saturday
morning, ' was held from his late real
dence, No Si 5 Tenth street northwest, at
3 p. m yesterday. The ceremony was at
tended by a large number of the friends
of the deceased and members of thi; various
organizations to which he belonged
The service at the house was read by
Rev. J dr Butler, pastor of Luther Place
Memorial Church, and at the cemetery
where the remains were laid away the
religious service was performed by Rev.
J. H. Butler, pastor of Kellar Memorial
After the religious ceremony, bervice
was heid by Stoae rost,No. 11,G. A.R., and
Unghtwood Chapter, Royal Arch Masons,
of which organizations the deceased was
a member. After the ceremonies the re
mains weie placed in the vault at Rock
Creek Cemetery It Is the intent'on of
the family of the deceased to have the
body interred In the family lot at the
The pallbearers were Messrs. Louis
Hartig, Henry Yost, jr., Benjamin Somme.
John Cramer, F. W. Helbig and Augus
Salt Against Sllsby fc Co.
Frank A. Seabrlng and Barclay E. L.
Tremaine, trading under the firm name
of Duffy & Co., yesterday took out an
attachment against George W. Sllsby, trad
ing as Siisby & Co., for $2,312.50, alleged
to have been placed in the defendant's
hands as margin for the purchase and
sale of stocks. This money, it is charged,
Sllsby & Co. lefuse to return, aud are about
to assign, dispose of, and becrete their
property with Intent to hinder, delay
and defraud their creditors.
Fire Department Chnnges.
The following promotions and appoint
ments in the District fire department have
been oidcred: Private J. C Henderson,
to be foreman; vice J. W . Buhlen; John A
Cutler- William II. Welch, R. V,'. Williams,
Frederick C. Long, and Jacob Stultz up
pointed privates; Vice nenderm pro
moted, and Malone, McConuell, Sauer.and
Buried in tho Convent Cemetery.
Sister Mary Clotilda Gertrude Fltman,
who died at the Convent or the Visitation
on Sunday, was buried yestetdayarternoon
in the convent cemetery. The funeral serv
ices were read by Father Scanlon, assistant
rector or Trinity Ch urch, assisted by Fathers
Debit and Hard wick.
Through Philadelphia avoided. Through
trains to Atlantic City. Pennsylvania
Railroad's great excursion next Saturday
and Sunday. se'J-3t
To Care a Cold In One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. AH
druggists refund the money if it fails to
cure. 25o. ee2-tf
SOING IIIFBTBE SPOILS
The National Anti-Merit System
advice erom grosvenor
The Ohio Statesman "Writes a Char
acteristic Letter Eighteen New
Members Elected Tlie Formation
of Clubs to Be Prohucuted iu
The Republicans who are urging the
ubolition of the civil service merit system
met last night nt Emrlch's notel. Hon.
A. M. Clupp presided. Mr, W. D. Lester,
secretary. There were about 100 present,
including 13 members elected lust night.
Several Interesting communications were
read. One was from a Boston iiaper,
asking lor data.; some were from "West
Virginia, Indian Territory, Virginia, Ohio,
and South Dakota. All of these Write that
lb isTleslred to fonncluhs and associations
to be affiliated with the Washington or
ganization, which is the national body.
A characteristic letter was received ftom
(ieu. Grosvenor, -who Js In line with the
spoils djstem. Mr. Grosvenor among othei
tilings said that he "specially wished to
emphasle the importance of work in the
Cong'easloiml districts. Open the batteries
In the dktilcts represented by the Infat
uated followers of tills humbug, especially
those in charge of clvilservice In the House
Mr. W. D. Lester, 0. P. Scott and George
C. Randall were appointed a committee
to go to Baltimore September 15 on the
occasion of the assembling of the Mary
land Republican convention to bring be
lore that body the question of forming 'n
Maryland leagues like that of this District.
All leagues, it Ik understood, will be sub
ordinate to the local association.
In appointing the foregoing committer
Mr. Ciapp said that he did not select the
names geographically, as Uie whole coun
try felt very much as this league did.
The association authorized the prepara
tion of a circular which will be addressed to
the pub'.k-.. Thlb matter was referred to
the executive committee. The address
will be reported at the meeting nuxt Wed
nesday. One of the letters which was not read
was froai a Mr. p. 1. Monnghan, of Kansas
City, Mo., who lays he is a free silver
Democrat, and Is In favor of wiping out
the civil service) reform "monstrosity."
FUNERAL OUXCAROLINE TAYLOR.
Attended by Numerous Clergymen,
Friends and Bff Jeers of the Home.
The funeral services of Mrs. Caroline
Tajloi, who died on Sunday, -were held
at 3:p. m.yenerdayat theBerean Baptist
Church. The ciunch was,crowded fo Its
utmost capacity -by those who came to
pay this last tribute of respect to their
The service -was read byEIshop Johnson,
who was assisted by Revs. William A.
Credit, Anderson Taylor, William Howard,
aud W E Waring- Besides these there
v'ere present several ministers of .the
Baptist faith Within the chancel with
the ch'rgy were the officers of the home
of which the deceased "was the president,
the Woman's Christian Uidon and True
The music for the service was rendered
by the choir of Perean Church. The rail
bearers were: Messrs. E. A. Watson, W.
II. A. Vi'ormley, Gabriel Golens, David
Warner, Robert C.Douglag, and Lemuel C.
Afvr the service the remains were in
terred at Harmony Cemetery.
ACTRESS WORKS HER PASSAGE.
Hannah "Webber Demonstrates Tier
Ability as an Impersonator.
Liverpool, Sept S. Hannah Webber, who
for some lime filled engagements as an
impersonator of male characters in music
halls in the United States, landed here
yesterday, ha vlngworUed her passage from
New York m the disguise of a cattleman
on board the Johnston line steamer Temple
more. The woman did her work well with the
rest of the crew, and her sex was not dis
covered until the steamer was nearlng
Liverpool, when she was injured while
lifting a bait or hay.
She explains her masquerading by say
lug that she had been discharged from a
The Great South American Balsam,
FOR INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL USE.
Colighs, Colds, Crolip and LaGrippe
COLD IN THEIHEAD
Is acute inflammation andswcllini? of tho
Olfactory organ which contains tho
Nerves of Smell. This organ is a long
ribbon-liko membrane and hangs from
tho roof of tho Nasal passage in folds, as
seen in Fig. 3. When this condition bo
comes chronicpr pormanent, it is called
CATARRH. Tho folds become swollen
into a solid mass, so tho air in breathing
cannot circulate between them ; henco
tho loss of smell. Tho Catarrhal microbe
soon makes ita appearance, causing a
multitude) of small ulcers between theso
folds. The pu3 from theso ulcere is very
poisonous and soou impregnates tho
whelo mucous surfaco of tho nose, iisad
and throat with tho disease. Motlical
works show cases where tho tonsils havo
become 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 euro Catarrh which
doosnot roach totuosoatof thodiseaso
between theso folds of tho Olfactory
Us Healing Power Is
uhaulian UALrtl is tnaoniy Known remoay
in nature that will accomplish this result.
It will heal any old sore. Snuff a solu
tion or tno Balm
stronc .in rnn rnn bonr-Tin tho
tho hand or through a Nasal Doucho, as
in Fig. l. Then, as water will not run np
hill, hold tho hoad down, as in Fig. 2, giv
ing it tiroo to work in between tho fclds.
Do this throo or four timds,n day. Yon
will soqn oxporienco reliof, tud if faith
ful, in a few weeks tho folds will bo open
ed, tho swelling gone, tho ulcers will bo
healed and tho senso of smoll and tasto
restored. A 50 cent bottle contains two
weeks treatment, and tho Sl.00 bottlo six
weeks treatment. Catarrh never cures
itself. Brazilian Balm is guaranteed to
cure Hay Fover. Gives surprising relief
in oonauinption ana oltcn
FMfty Cents and One Dollar- per
The Fifty Cent Bottle contains One Hundred Doses.
HOME TESTIHONXAIS. " I was
eatcnholes into the flesh above- my palate
child had a severe attack of Croup. ThoBalrr. cured hor in 10 minutes, wonderful." Thomp
son Foster. Camden, N.J. "1 had dyspepsia over SO years. Brazilian Balm cured mo in two
weeks." Chas. Broome, Philadelphia, Pa. "No tonguo can toll what I suffered from Astnma
for 11 years. Brazilian Balm perfectly cured me." Mrs. Mary Scott, Wilmington, Del. "I loss
a children in 4 days with Scarlet Fever. The fourth child was taken the same way but we gavo
her Brazilian Balm and sho quickly recovered." Burton B. Deputy, Milford, DeL Ask your
druggist for circular, Sold by Druggists and Dealers, or sent on receipt of price.
D. F. JACKSON & COMPANY, ProDrs. INDIANAPOLIS. IND.
This Is the Last Week I.
of Our f
1 Clearance Sale!
I And it will positively
I end Saturday, Sept. 11. f
f We are offering1 you f
t fine grade, stylish goods f
I at unprecedented prices. J
Oal! and Be Convinced. !
Brass Trimmed Steel f
Parlor Suites, 5 Pes.... $13. 50 f
Oak Wardrobes $7.50 f
Oak Sideboards $6.50 f
Oak Parlor Tables 39c f
Straw Matting. 8c f
Hall Stands, French j
Plate $4.00 f
Ea.hv narriacrfis $3.00 t
J Dining Chairs, Oak 69c j
? 0a fihfrmhar Rata $10.(10 t
Oak Arm Rockers $1.49 I
Cash or Credit,
HOUSE & HERRMANN,
nil and I Sts. N. W.
A Steady, Reliable
All the Year Round.
As a llRht electricity Is far su
perior to kus, and as a power it Is
uot only better but cheaper than
steam. Why not investigate? We
arc always ready to answer nucs-
2D. S. Elestric Lighting Co.
213 14th St. N.W. 'Phone, 77.
You Should Visit
The Standard Tailors
This week by
means and see
len JJoiiurs and up.
Trousers to measure
at $12.75 Itwillpay
you to come.
Cor. 11th and F Sts. fl. W.
hospital In New Xork in a destitute con
dition,, and was anxious to rejoin her
relatives In Sheffield.
Navy Yard Force Reduced.
New York, Sept. S. About 200 shlp
v. rights, ship-fitters and other employes in
the construction department at the Xew
York navy yard have been discharged.
Oueof the officlalssald that the discharges
resnltel from lack of funds and would
only be temporary.
"My boy came home rrom school one
day with his hand badly lacerated and
bleeding, and suffering great pain," says
Mr. E. J. Schall.wlth Meyer Bros.' Drug
Co., SI Louis, Mo. "I dressed the wound
and applied Chamberlaln'sPain Balm freely.
All pain ceased, and iu a remarkably 6hort
time it healed, without leaving a scar.
For wounds, sprains, swellings, and rheu
matism, I know of no medicine or prescrip
tion equal to it. I consider ic a house
hold necessity." The 23 and 50-cent sizes
for sale by Henry Evans, Wholesale and
Retail Druggist, S3S F street aud Con
necticut avenue and S street northwest,
and 1423 Maryland avenue northeast.
A COLD IN ONE DAY,
CROUP IN 10 MINUTES,
la GRIPPE. INFLUENZA,
A prompt and roliahlo
remody in Inflammation
of tho Stomach and Bow
els, Scarlet and Typhoid
Fever. Constipation and
All theso diseases aro
Inflammations, and Bba
ztlian Balm euros in
flammatioiij Fover and
Congestion in any part of
ana warm water, as
near n consumptive's gravo from Catarrh. It had
Brazilian Balm made a sound, woll man of me."
JOHNSTONS, 729 7th St.
5 lbs. Sugar
With 1 lb. of Tea.
WE BELIEVE IN GIVING AS A
SPECIAL, INDUCEMENT TO BUY
EKS OF ONE-POUND LOTS OF
TEA SOMETHING WHICH EVERY
ONE CAN USE-5 POUNDS OF
H IMA ft IS NOW A MUCH GPJ3AT
Elt BARGAIN THAN "WHEN IT
WAR SELLING AT A LOWER
Arbuckle's or Leverlng's Coffee
is in great demand 10-lb. lots for
11 l-2ic We grind It If you wish,
or pulverize for drip coffee.
Imperial Sugar Cakes 8o lb
Square Lemon Cakes 8c lb
Lemon Coffee Cakes' 8c lb
Sweet Nionac Cakes 8c lb
Pearl Oyster Crackers....5c lb
Square Soda Crackers... 5c lb
Best Ginger Snaps 4c lb
Square Fruit Crackers. 10c lb
Society Salted Wafers 10c lb
Cocoanut Iced Cakes 12c lb
Crimped Egg Biscuit.. ..15c lb
Cream Crackers 5c lb
Cream Lunch. Milks 10c lb
Red Iced Honey Jum
bles 12c lb
Butter Scotch, and Va
nillas ....12c lb
Soap, 7c box.
3 cakes of Buttermilk Toilet
Soap In a box for 7 cts.
20 lbs. for $1.
Buy Sugar before an advance
Now is the time for canning fruit
The greatest bargain in Mack
erel 10 cts. for one dozen fish.
5 lbs Sugar Free
You can secure 5 jiounds or Kiigar
by making a purchase of '.i pounds
of Java and Mocha Coffee.
Java and Mocha Coffee..30c lb
Best Maracaifco Coffee. .25c lb
Best Rio Coffee 20c lb
Good Rio Coffee 15c lb
Large Grain Roasted
Good Coffee, large grain, 10c lb
Levering's package Roasted
Coffee UjAc lb
we will grind or pulverize any of 3
tlie above coffees, all of which are
large grain and guaranteed fresh
roahted and fine drinkers.
Star Soap 2c
Borax Soap 2c
Laundry Soap lc
Peerless Soap 2c
The finest Smoked Shoulders in
the world, right from the smoke
house, at our special prices.
Large Package Best Oats, 7c.
Baby Brand Milk, 10c-
Best Stick Candjr, 8c.
Gum Drop Candy, 6c.
Large Package Macaroni, 8c
Our Broom Department has n
rush on at all hours of the day -the
reason: "We are making a spe
cial Broom bargain iu cts. Tor uie
green straw carpet brooms.
Large cakes Baking: Chocolate,
Large cans Miller's Cocca, . 20c
large cans Condensed Cream, toe
Baby Brand Condensed Milk, 10c
Kneirm's Malt Coffee, lb. . . 15c
JOHNSTONS, 729 7th St.
The Busy Corner,
8th and Market Space.
Our 2d Grand Re
Let this little warm spell interfere with
your early fall shopping a turn of tho
nand mlgnt produce a cool wave and catch,
"We aiways prepare-for our fall trade ac
early as Hay and J one iu order to get tho'
cream or foreign and home markets fol
low our way of doing buslne" ami you'll
be making money even if you are noo
Yards genuine New York Mills Bleached.
Muslin, slightly damaged through f"7n
negligence of the Ioomera. Worth nU
12 l-2c UO-
Quantilles limited to purchasers and
positively none bold to dealers.
9-4 Mohawk Bleached Sheeting. Spe
G-4 New York Mills Bleached Hheet-
4oxjR Ready-made Bleached Billow
00x54 Beady-made Bleached Sheets- 19o
Vimmi Mou.wk meat uu oiieei.i. large-c
double size, deep hem. 49a
Fine White Cambric, New England brand,
yard wide 5 7-So
2d floor New Building.
1 case of Linen Toweling Remnants. con
sisting nf plain plaid-s. twdl and buck, in
bleached and brown, length from 1 to 5
yard3. Trices from 4 to 12l-2ca yard.
Stamped Linen Splashers. Size 20x30.
SPECIAL, 11C. EACH.
Stamped Bibs. Size, 15x18.
SPECIAL, 5C. EAGIT,
1st floor New Building.
An elegant chance to save big n&ney
on Blankets If you buy then, todav.
1,000 Fancy Double-face Crib Blankets,
beautiful colorings, can also be u&ed for
SPECIAL FOR ONEDAr.lSC.
200 Single 1 0-4 "Whiteand G ray Blankets,
with fancj assorted borders .. .: .."2So
1C0 pair full 11-4 Extra Heavy "White
Blankets, with assorted fancy iKjrtfer.
SPECIAL FOR ONEDAY, $1.19.
8tri and Market Space.
7th st. entrance. Family SUos Store.
e5e30 3!M"'SSS3Sx3'$n j
The Highland Terrace Apartment
House, Cor. 14th and
"With the finest outlook in the
city, in perfect order, with all
v modern conveniences, is now 2
ready for the inspaction of in-
x tending: tenants.
a Apply on the premises to the
PFI IARI F (.AT EITHER OF THEIR
-J?- THRliEBUSr STORES
BO ft STORAGE CO.. 10 to IC Eat.
, 06 U, ne. SI to S3 per month.
La Rues Female Pills.
Safe and Snre Price. $1.50.
Fnr T-nnr ehnlen of nnr SI a
$15, and 18 summer sulta. P
This la the last and deepest J
cut of the season. See tho jr
Btyles In our window. J
M. DYRENFORTH & GO. I
U23 Va. Are. 2. W.
WASHINGTON M AND CLAIMS COMPANY
Rooms 5 & 7, 472 La.ave.n'W
This companv will purchase Itcal Estate,
the title to wnlch la defective or in dis
pute, or will clear up said titles for the
owners. Will pay back taxes afcn discount.
Will furnish bonds la criminal and civil
cases. Will act as receiver, assignee,
guardian, or trustee. Will prosecute claims
ot all kinds and wUl BUJl AND SELL such
as urc assignable.
Street aud Steam "Railroad Accident
Cases a Specialty, rfo charge for Consul
tation. Financial Assistance Fnrnlsdea to
Litigants on Reasonable Terms.
Telephone N'o. 111b. JOIIX G SLATER,
i tt.Ia iOUKX Ul'lX'lFIC CCRS
(t can lm ftrca without the knoiv.ejCC ol
tbc patient In coffee, tra or article of food; will
"flt-tt a permanent anil p't,.T cute, whether tho
pstlcat is a mndpnte drlnJcrrnran alcoholic wreck.
Boot of pnrtirnUr frw. to be had of
F. e. William. Jfc Co.. DthJt KSL. V. W.. W.li!itaoTD.C.
G0LDEM SPECIFIC CO.. Prop's. Cincinnati. 0.
I -Wrtt fonh-'r n. .a v.r . it.- !f - mill frts.
Pg n Tio one need suffer.
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1 1 A 4 clallsci. aui Mots
1111 1.1 et. nw. I'Ues or
I I U whatever form, no
I 1 IS h matter ot how long
I I m. i ft 1 standing, promptly
cured, wltnout cut
ting, tying or detention from business.
Consultation freo. seO-dcxS-tillse20
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